I found what I think is my g g grandparents marriage in a parish register in Kilronan, County Roscommon, Ireland dating from 1841. What I didn't expect was that the entries (I also found some childrens' baptisms there) would be entered in latin. The marriage entry I am interested in has the following phrase in it 'sanguinitatis gratibus', which I think relates (no pun intended) to the participants perhaps being close blood relations, maybe first cousins. Has anyone else come acroos this phrase and, if so, what might it mean?
Lawrence Wynne 492