When Elson John’s legendary wife Elisabeth had her marriage license revoked in Washington D.C., she was shocked to find her wedding registry had been replaced by a marriage registry with no photos or other details.
The Washington State Department of Health said it was because the woman who had applied to marry John had changed her name on her birth certificate.
Now, the registry includes a photo and a note from the state that says the marriage has been recognized.
The registry is in the process of being updated to include a list of the parties and a date for their next court hearing.
It’s been a couple of months since Elton’s marriage license was revoked, and it’s been hard to understand why the change wasn’t made earlier.
The marriage registry lists only a couple names, the couple’s names, their dates of birth and some other information.
The couple’s last name, George, is not on the registry.
Elson, on the other hand, has a full name and married the woman on her marriage registry.
When Elson married his wife on his marriage registry, she changed her surname from “Elton” to “John” because he didn’t have a surname on his registry.
He has no siblings by his first name, but has a sister by that name, Sarah.
Sarah married Elisene and was married in New York City.
The two have a daughter, Sarah and a son, David.
The Washington state department of health said in a statement on Thursday that “an administrative error has occurred with the registration of the name Elson on the Washington State registry.”
The department of marriage said that it would make changes to the registry to make it more accessible.
“It is our hope that this will ensure that the registry remains accurate and that it can be updated in a timely manner,” it said.
The woman who applied to be married on her registry did not have a birth certificate or a marriage license.
The man who applied for her registry didn’t provide any evidence of a marriage.
He had a marriage certificate and a marriage permit, but neither were issued to him.