You should be able to find the marriage of 1830 and Mary Anne's marriage in 1853. If you contact me I can give you the website of the History Foundation, it is a not for profit but a fee is charged. Considered commercial by rootsweb.
The marriage of Rose to Francis Hughes would be a parish record. The correct spelling of Rose's name would be there and her father's name.
If Protestant they started civil registration of marriages early, I think 1845?
I went through the Francis Hughes Griffith Valuation
1861, looking for the NEIGHBOURS to see if I could find
a spelling for Garsey. I did 2 in Antrim, 3 in Down, but left the 14 in Armagh for you. I also did the Hood's, two in Larne, Antrim in 1861 a James and a John. Who wasn't call that!! www.askaboutireland.iewww.familysearch.org
Marriage 1851 James Hood, Belfast next marriage is 1859.
This is on microfilm available at any LDS Heritage Center.
But being a civil registration you should be able to
get a certified copy from the Public Records office, Belfast
James Hood 1846 married Mary, Tyrone
James Hood 1849 married Anne, Tyrone
James Hood 1851 married Margaret, Antrim
James Hood 1853 married Rebecca, Tyrone
James Hood 1859 married Eliza May, Larne Antrim
Marriages usually took place in the bride's parish.
Francis Hughes, nothing before 1864
Francis Hughes 1867 married Rose, Dungannon, Tyrone
Church of Ireland, Dublin has parish records to 1899 and these records are for personal research only. There are a few Parish's where records are held in local custody.
You can email them and ask what records they hold and they also have a link to genealogists who can research for you.www.library.ireland.anglican.org
has an 1851 census it is divided into streets and you need to check them all, I got to Croft Lane.
I need to attend to grandgirls now and get them ready for school.