I am indexing an image on FamilySearch for UK War Office Registers, Soldier Records, 1772-1935. This text in this image is the place of a marriage that took place on Dec, 11, 1825.

I can make out the bottom text, which says 'County of York' but I can't quite make out the top text. I can tell it starts with 'L' and possibly has 'the' at the end.

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    Commented Sep 4, 2017 at 4:17

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It says "Leeds in the County of York"


As has already been said, its "Leeds in the County of York"

In case you're not familiar with the UK, Leeds is a large city in West Yorkshire.


  • That answer has already been given.
    – Chenmunka
    Commented Sep 8, 2017 at 8:43

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