My parent's marriage license only states the county where they married. A wedding announcement in the local paper names the church, but gives the wrong (adjacent) city.
Birth certificates show my grandfather was 22 and my grandmother was 16 when they married. Marriage license lists both as 21, and no parents' names. Wedding announcement gives ages of 23 and 18, names grandpa's mother and gives address. Address listed matches the address on my mother's birth certificate 7 years later.
The bloodline through these recent generations is easily proven with other documents. Although not required, I'd like to include the wedding announcements in a lineage society application, for a more complete record. Should I add some sort of statement/summary explaining the conflicts, or let them speak for themselves?