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An article on bigamous marriages taken from a family history magazine makes the point that: There was more bigamy about in Victorian times than is generally known, as divorce was virtually impossible for the ordinary person, being expensive and complicated, and did not become generally accessible to all classes until the introduction of legal aid in the 1920s.
have married new partners means four people "living in sin," even if the two couples are no longer bigamous in the eyes of the state.
Also declared null are marriages solemnized without license, or those considered bigamous or polygamous.
Yvonne, from Hoylake, Wirral, was in daily contact in the lead-up to his illegal marriage, exchanging 11 emails with him about bed linen the day before his bigamous wedding.
By the time Gul joined her husband in 2008, Rahim had fathered four kids after a bigamous marriage to a Scots woman.
Sarah Harding - see Question 10 the wife of a bigamous taxi driver?
The series also sees singer Katherine Jenkins discover her grandmother's hidden musical career and shocking details of her family's bigamous past.
A BIGAMOUS bride who earned thousands of pounds from a bogus wedding scam has been spared jail after a court heard she was mentally ill.
The comedy, which ran for several years in London's West End, is about a bigamous taxi driver, the double life he leads and what happens when both suddenly collide with hilarious consequences.
The soap's perennial bad penny has returned to the famous cobbles with five-year-old son Simon in tow - the product of a bigamous marriage to flower shop boss Lucy last time he was in town.
The former church minister was found guilty in his absence at Warwick Crown Court on November 14 of entering into a bigamous marriage and committing forgery.
A top judge dismissed her appeal over her conviction after Kelly claimed her embittered husband "set her up" to go through a bigamous white wedding with another man.