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101 Event Description: Y MURCH, Emely (I26)
102 Father described as labourer in baptismal register

MURCH, Harriet (I129)
103 Florence // [--?--], Florence (I40)
104 FMP transcription has him born in Gorbals, Lanarkshire MURCH, Archibald (I798)
105 From National Archives Trafalgar search:

Comments: Joined the Royal Navy at Plymouth as a volunteer.
Comments: Entered Gibraltar Hospital on 24 October 1805 owing to wounded feet. Discharged from hospital 4 November 1805.

Ship's pay book number: (SB 610)
4 November 1805 to 14 January 1806
Rank/rating: Sailmaker's Mate

HMS Salvador Del Mundo 
MURCH, John (I723)
106 Full name William Henry Murch

Born November 18, 1867, St Philip, Bristol, Gloucestershire

Died May 1, 1928, Bristol (aged 60 years 165 days)

Major teams Gloucestershire, London County

Batting style Right-hand bat

Bowling style Right-arm medium
Batting and fielding averages
«tab»Mat «tab»Inns «tab»NO «tab»Runs «tab»HS «tab»Ave «tab»100 «tab»50 «tab»Ct «tab»St
First-class «tab»88 «tab»147 «tab»14 «tab»1337 «tab»58 «tab»10.05 «tab»0 «tab»2 «tab»40 «tab»1
Bowling averages
«tab»Mat «tab»Balls «tab»Runs «tab»Wkts «tab»BBI «tab»Ave «tab»Econ «tab»SR «tab»5w «tab»10
First-class «tab»88 «tab»9923 «tab»5103 «tab»207 «tab»8/68 «tab»24.65 «tab»3.08 «tab»47.9 «tab»11 «tab»4
Career statistics
First-class span «tab»1889 - 1906

MURCH, William Henry (I223)
107 Internet IGI says:
Robert MURTCH, chr 22 Feb 1682, parents Richard & Dorothy

Dorothy MURCH or GODFRY, chr 11 Jul 1677, parents Rich. MUR
CH and Eliza GODFRY
(Robert above's sister?)

MURCH, Robert (I65)
108 Lance Corporal in 7 Battalion of Royal Fusiliers

Service no 2052

Died of wounds

Buried at Valenciennes (St Roch) Communal Cemetery
Grave Ref V B 23 
MURCH, James Hewett (I946)
109 MARRIAGE: both of full age, groom a mason Family F43
110 MARRIAGE: St C's House Index; 1st Q 1927; St Germans; 5c 49
second marriage to Edward John McNally, together for 17 yea
rs, married in 1970s

Wrote to Temple Recorder, London Temple on 6.1.97 re incorr
ect father named in sealing-to-father (John Blagdon)

rec letter back dated 8 Jan 97, outlining my next steps:
i) Submit work for John Henry Blagdon inc sealing to spous
e - done
ii) Resubmit sealing to parents of Elsie Beatrice Blagdon - check 31/8
iii) Write to Family History Dept at SLC, giving info and asking them to delete incorrect sealing [nb suggest inc photocopy of temple's letter]

BLAGDON, Elsie Beatrice (I97)
111 occupation: weaver (from bishop's transcripts)

MURCH, Gideon (I82)
112 schoolmistress MURCH, Annie B? (I754)
113 silkweaver

1881 75
1871 65
1861 55, foreman in silk factory, living with wife/children in Ottery St Mary
1851 45 - steward in silk manufactory

could this be him on the 1881 census?
Samuel CHURCH W 75 M Ottery St Mary, Devon, England Rel:Head Occ:Retired Silk Weaver
Emily CHURCH U 40 F Ottery St Mary, Devon, England Rel:Daur Occ:Dressmaker

MURCH, Samuel (I23)
114 There is a John MURCH, age 39, d June q 1889, Islington 1B 157

Note: there was an influenza epidemic in 1889-90, which killed a million people. Maybe, since wife Emily Margaret died later in 1889, that is why 11-year-old Emily Margaret was taken to live with her widowed aunt, Sophia Pinkey? 
MURCH, John (I966)
115 [ Death notice, The Argus, Friday 22 April 1927]
MURCH, Elizabeth Louisa (I786)
COLEMAN, Etta May (I2)
HAYWOOD, Edmund George (I98)

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