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Matthew Boulton married his deceased wife’s sister in 1760.He advised silence, secrecy and Scotland, although they married in London; the marriage was opposed by her brother.
All that was needed was someone, ANYONE to challenge or complain about one of these voidable marriages to the Ecclesiastical Court, and the court could declare it invalid, thereby making all offspring of the union bastards, a loss of a living, etc.But I doubt many of these marriages existed, especially if titles and land were involved. Such marriages were not automatically void by law, but they were voidable if someone challenged them.Lord Lyndhurst’s concerns about a challenge to the 7th Duke of Beaufort’s marriage was not without substance.But as this Act of Parliament included the marriage between a woman and her dead husband’s brother, an amendment was made – almost immediately- to exclude the marriage of a woman to her dead husband’s brother.“Parliament had to tack that part on to get the bill to pass.
In the social climate of the time it was ‘too soon’ to eliminate the taboo on in-law marriage in one fell swoop.Our own Collins Hemingway in his piece entitled “Brotherly Love?