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Trying to find Marshall
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|MizzyH||Report||19 Feb 2004 11:53|
Mary Heywood (30/11/2003 22:20:10) My GGGrandmother was ELIZABETH MARSHALL born around 1850 in Willington, Derbyshire. She was one of 10 children, six of whom were baptised all together in 1867 in Derby. Elizabeth married a GEORGE HENRY BARDSLEY in 1869 and had at least one child, my GGrandmother, HANNAH PRISCILLA BARDSLEY, born around 1870. Hannah married BENJAMIN ORME in 1889 (in Derby) and had at least three children, one of whom was my Grandfather. Are there any Derbyshire Marshalls still around who recognise any of the above names or think they might POSSIBLY be connected? I'd love to take that side of the family a bit further, either backwards or forwards! Mary Devon