My 4 x Gt Grandfather, Richard Forbes was a Lieutenant Col in the Hon East India Company. He was born and died in Calcutta in 1813. He married a ‘native woman’ who converted to become a Roman Catholic in order to marry him. She was then given the name Rebecca. They went on to have 11 children, six of which survived. On a monument, erected by their children, her death date is given as 1794. I'm questioning Rebecca’s date of death as 1794, because five of the children, including my 3 x gt grandfather were born after 1794, and yet there is no mention of another wife, and the memorial refers to Rebecca as their mother! Richard's will made in 1813, which is a fabulous document, refers to her and no other wife. His will also refers to them having been married for 34 years, which if she had died in 1794 would have made him 12 years old when they married! I was hoping to find some sort of marriage record for them to help with the dates. They were married by a Catholic priest, but I have no idea how and if I can find a record of this, as their marriage was not recognised by the Anglican church. I assume they were married in Calcutta. Might there be any records of this anywhere?