Although this marriage appears to have taken place in Zion Chapel, Mallow in 1805 (or did I misread the date?), for some reason it was entered (many years later) in the Register of Zion Chapel, Dublin, Ireland - CR/7/4A/1 at PRONI.
It could have been this Rev William Cooper, or his father (also Rev William Cooper), who excommunicated a certain Mr Cronin, thus bringing about the early stages of the Plymouth Brethren.
Most of the original punctuation has been omitted, as it tends to confuse. The text reads as follows:
Certificate of marriage copied from the Registry of Zion Chapel, Mallow
This is to certify that William Owen Dissenting Minister of the Independent denomination formerly of Zion Chapel Mallow & now of Albany Chapel Regents Park London residing at No 1 Haverstock Terrace parish of Hampstead near London bachelor and Catharine Justice of the town of Mallow Ireland spinster were married to each other at the house of the young Lady's father in the town of Mallow and in the presence of the undermentioned witnesses who have attested the original document by their respective signatures dated Mallow Oct 14 1805 being the date of the marriage of the parties. Witness my hand attesting this copy as having married the above named parties to each other
[signed] W Haweis Cooper, Minister of Zion Chapel, Dublin
The subscribing witnesses were
C.B. Gibson Minister of Zion Chapel, Mallow
T.H. Justice Father of the bride
TH Justice brother of the bride
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