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Marsh Family of Northwich and Liverpool in the UK

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Nick Report 9 Feb 2013 20:51

Looking for relatives of the family of Thomas Marsh, who was born in Liverpool about 1793 and moved to live in Northwich, Cheshire. Have plenty of information after 1813 but very little before then.

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safc Report 9 Feb 2013 21:19


Baptism: 17 Feb 1793 St James, Toxteth, Lancashire, England
Thomas Marsh - son of Abraham Marsh & Catharine
Born: 20 Jan 1793
Abode: Toxteth Park
Occupation: Miller
Register: Baptisms 1791 - 1796 from the Bishop's Transcripts, Page 47, Entry 18
Source: LDS Film 1468979


Nick Report 10 Feb 2013 22:43

Many thanks, SAFC. I THINK this Thomas Marsh is part of my family (great great great grandfather), and have seen this information elsewhere at some stage. I think the name Abraham has rather misled me because it has never been used since in the family, which seems a bit unusual. However, Catharine HAS been used, with the same spelling.

My sincere thanks again.