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died in car accident 29 May 1995

death cert issued 3 May 1996.

Driver of other car pleaded 'guilty' on Fri 26 Apr 96, wil
l be sentenced 14 June 96


_PRIVATE Y 
BALL, Audrey (I94)
 
2 !BIRTH:1881 Census, 1881 Census, British Government, microf
ilm then microfiche, also CDs, then internet, via findmypast

!DEATH:Death Registration, Death Registration, British Gove
rnment, indices, Edmonton 3a 199, Mar q 1910 aged 56 
NEWBERRY, Elizabeth Mary E (I158)
 
3 !BIRTH:1881 Census, 1881 Census, British Government, microf
ilm then microfiche, also CDs, then internet, via findmypast 
MURCH, Harry J (I162)
 
4 !BIRTH:1881 Census, 1881 Census, British Government, microf
ilm then microfiche, also CDs, then internet, via findmypast 
[--?--], Alice Jane (I188)
 
5 !BIRTH:1881 Census, 1881 Census, British Government, microf
ilm then microfiche, also CDs, then internet, via findmypast 
MURCH, Emily (I202)
 
6 !BIRTH:1881 Census, 1881 Census, British Government, microf
ilm then microfiche, also CDs, then internet, via findmypast 
WALLIN, Sarah Emma (I204)
 
7 !BIRTH:1881 Census, 1881 Census, British Government, microf
ilm then microfiche, also CDs, then internet, via findmypast 
ALLEN, Selina (I985)
 
8 !BIRTH:Census/Tax, 1861 census, British Government, via fin
dmypast 
[--?--], Susanna (I170)
 
9 !BIRTH:Internet IGI, Internet IGI, Church of Jesus Christ o
f Latter Day Saints, Internet website

!CHRISTENING:Internet IGI, Internet IGI, Church of Jesus Ch
rist of Latter Day Saints, Internet website 
MURCH, Hannah (I118)
 
10 !Census
1901 27, lvg w husband and children at 32 West Street, Mi
llbrook
1891 16, lvg w w father in Kingsand
1881 6, living at Lower Green, Maker with parents


_PRIVATE Y 
AVERY, Emma Maud (I75)
 
11 !NAME:1881 Census, 1881 Census, British Government, microfi
lm then microfiche, also CDs, then internet, via findmypast

!BIRTH:1881 Census, 1881 Census, British Government, microf
ilm then microfiche, also CDs, then internet, via findmypast

!DEATH:1881 Census, 1881 Census, British Government, microf
ilm then microfiche, also CDs, then internet, via findmypast 
[--?--], Sarah A (I238)
 
12 (note: he was not in the 1861 census with them) MURCH, James (I177)
 
13 (Research):1911 census has her and her siblings born Greinton, Somerset MURCH, Gladys Elizabeth (I948)
 
14 (Research):born Devoran, Cornwall TRETHOWAN, Annie Maria (I986)
 
15 (Research):Census
1911
1901
1891
1881
1871 9, scholar, lvg w parents at 21 Queen Street, Plymouth St Andrew 
MURCH, Alfred (I792)
 
16 (Research):Census
1911
1901
1891
1881
1871 Farmer 14 acres
1861 Farmer 10 acres, transcribed as MARCH (but enumerated as MURCH) 
MURCH, Thomas (I169)
 
17 (Research):Census
1911
1901
1891
1881 12, scholar nephew, lvg w Robert/Sarah SNAPE, Harrington St, Alvaston, Derbys
1871 
MURCH, James (I797)
 
18 (Research):Census
1911
1901
1891
1881 13, scholar, lvg w parents at 21 Queen Street, Plymouth St Andrew
1871 3, lvg w parents at 21 Queen Street, Plymouth St Andrew 
MURCH, George (I794)
 
19 (Research):Census
1911
1901
1891
1881 16, commercial clerk, lvg w parents at 21 Queen Street, Plymouth St Andrew
1871 7, scholar, lvg w parents at 21 Queen Street, Plymouth St Andrew 
MURCH, Thomas Brustey (I793)
 
20 (Research):Census
1911
1901
1891
1881 23, commercial clerk, lvg w parents at 21 Queen Street, Plymouth St Andrew
1871 13, scholar, lvg w parents at at 21 Queen Street, Plymouth St Andrew
1861 3, lvg w parents 
MURCH, Harry (I703)
 
21 (Research):Census
1911
1901
1891
1881 24, governess (daily), lvg w parents at 21 Queen Street, Plymouth St Andrew
1871 14, scholar, lvg w parents at 21 Queen Street, Plymouth St Andrew
1861 4, lvg w parents 
MURCH, Caroline (I662)
 
22 (Research):Census
1911
1901
1891
1881 30?, trunk maker, living with wife/children/sis-in-law at Park Lodge 
MURCH, John (I966)
 
23 (Research):Census
1911
1901
1891
1881 49, lvg w husb/children at 21 Queen Street, Plymouth St Andrew, enumerated Stefford
1871 41, lvg w husb/children at 21 Queen Street, Plymouth St Andrew
1861 32, lvg w husb/children
1851
1841 
BARDENS, Stephanah Coad (I790)
 
24 (Research):Census
1911
1901
1891
1881 50, tailor, lvg w wife/children at 21 Queen Street, Plymouth St Andrew
1871 42, master tailor, lvg w wife/children at 21 Queen Street, Plymouth St Andrew
1861 33, tailor, lvg w wife/children in 29 Morley Pl, Plymouth St Andrew
1851
1841 
MURCH, James (I789)
 
25 (Research):Census
1911
1901
1891
1881 84, wid, annuitant, lvg on own at Swan Entry, Little Walsingham, Norfolk
1871
1861
1851
1841 
[--?--], Mary (I795)
 
26 (Research):Census
1911
1901
1891
1881 wife described as widow
1871
1861
1851
1841 
MURCH, [--?--] (I796)
 
27 (Research):Census
1911 18, student, living with parents/siblings at 17 Queen Street, Bridgwater
1901 
MURCH, Daisy Blanche (I949)
 
28 (Research):Census
1911 48, lvg w husband/children at 17 Queen Street, Bridgwater, Somerset 
WOOD, Ellen Harrington (I947)
 
29 (Research):Census
1911 32, states married, actress, 2 children, living at 93 Pancras Square, London, named Margaret
1901 22, single, lvg w aunt Sophia PINKEY at 58 High Street, Hampstead, named Emily M
1891 11, lvg w wid aunt Sophia PINKEY at 61 Tottenham Court Rd, St Pancras, named Emily M
1881 2, lvg w parents/siblings at Park Lodge, Ealing. Father a Trunk Maker, Sophia Pinkey also there as wid sis-in-law (she later becomes a portmanteau maker), family enumerated and transcribed as MINCH 
MURCH, Emily Margaret (I965)
 
30 1881 census has him born Hambrook, Gloster MURCH, Henry James (I329)
 
31 1881 census: at Catholic Industrial School! MURCH, Alexander (I77)
 
32 1881 census: described as nephew in house of Ellen WEST MURCH, William Smith (I745)
 
33 1881 census: listed as grandson in house of James and Ann MURCH, Bradford, Wilts MURCH, Arthur Henry James (I822)
 
34 1881 census: listed as widow Ruth MURCH, living in house of John TRASK in ?Marsh, Westbury, Wilts [--?--], Ruth (I823)
 
35 1901
1891
1881
1871
1861
1851
1841 60, silk illegible, lvg w wife/daughter/gdaughter in Mill Street, Ottery St Mary

Exeter & Plymouth Gazette, 30 Oct 1841:
Column devoted to the Agricultural and Industrial Association Dinner at Subscription Room, Canniford's London Tavern
Samuel Murch received ?1 as
"To the Journeyman who has worked longest in the employ of the same master, ?1. - Samuel Murch, Sen., 38 years employed in the Ottery Factory, 18 years during the time of the present respected proprietor, Mr. Newbery.
[?667 in 2011 money]


Small article from Exeter & Plymouth Gazette (Saturday January 20, 1849) in Deaths column:
Jan.16, at Ottery St. Mary, Mr. Samuel Murch, in the 71st years of his age. He was employed 44 years in the Ottery Factory, - the last 26 years in the silk department of the present proprietor. He was a trustworthy and faithful servant. 
MURCH, Samuel (I106)
 
36 Barnstaple Reg Dist MURCH, Thomas (I383)
 
37 Census
1901
1891
1881
1871
1861
1851 20 - silk weaver
1841

there is a Sarah CURTIS about the right age and birthplace in the 1881 census 
MURCH, Sarah (I25)
 
38 Census
1901
1891
1881 40 - dressmaker, named as CHURCH, Ottery St Mary
1871
1861 32 - dressmaker
1851 13
1841 
MURCH, Emely (I26)
 
39 Census
1901
1891 15, machine boy, lvg w parents in Foss, Maker
1881 5 - son in house of John & Eliza HAYWOOD, b Bovey Tracey

census - enumerated 2158 89 48 p 02701 
HAYWOOD, Ernest (I86)
 
40 Census
1901
1891 20, tilemaker, lvg w parents in Foss, Maker
1881 10, named as Edmund HAYWOOD, b Abbotskerswell
1871 5m 
HAYWOOD, Edmund John (I99)
 
41 Census
1901 55, living St Thomas Street in Cornwall, b Ottery St Mary
1891 45, living with husb & children at 57 Broad Street, St Mary Magdalene (CON)
1881
1871
1861 15, dressmakers apprentice, living with parents in Ottery St Mary
1851 5 
MURCH, Alice (I30)
 
42 Census
1901 7, scholar, lvg w parents at 49 Collins Street, Glasgow

Angus MURCH, Sgt, 375, 2nd Bn Gordon Highlanders

23 September 2014: His name was read out on the 'Roll of Honour' for 'The Tower Remembers'.
Reader: Yeoman Warder Rob Fuller
Last Post: Drummer McKenna

A long list of names was read out, including (at about 15 minutes in)
Livingstone MURCH
Eli BALL
Walter Harold BALL
A MURCH

Then came the verse from the poem by Laurence Binyan 'For the Fallen':
*They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old:
Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn.
At the going down of the sun and in the morning
We will remember them.*

Then the Last Post was played. 
MURCH, Angus (I141)
 
43 Census
1901 deceased
1891 deceased
1881 deceased
1871 63
1861 53, living with husband/children/grandchildren in Ottery St Mary
1851 43
1841 
YEATES, Johanna (I24)
 
44 CENSUS
1901 28, brickmaker, lvg w wife & children at 32 West Street, Millbrook
1891 18, brick setter, lvg w parents in Foss, Maker, named as Samuel HAYWOOD
1881 8, named as Murch HAYWOOD, b Abbotskerswell

OCCUPATION: brickmaker

died of influenza

there is a paper mill at Aller (a hamlet near Abbotskerswell) 
HAYWOOD, Samuel Murch (I74)
 
45 cENSUS
1911
1901
1891
1881 24, gen serv, lvg in hse of Edward/Hannah JONES, 46 Argyle St, Birkenhead, Cheshire 
MURCH, Louisa Mary (I689)
 
46 census records:
1901 deceased
1891 deceased
1881 deceased
1871 27
1861 17, unm, silkweaver, living with parents in Ottery St Mary
1851 7

on birth cert, forename spelt Joanna; on marriage cert, spelt Johanna; in death register, spelt Johanna Yates Haywood 
MURCH, Johanna (Yates) (I96)
 
47 Census:
1901
1891
1881
1871
1861
1851 10, lvg with parents in St Saviours Place, Honiton
1841 
MURCH, Henry Callow (I117)
 
48 Census:
1901
1891
1881
1871
1861
1851 14, scholar, lvg with parents in Friars, Exeter
1841 
HAWKER, Georgina (I137)
 
49 Census:
1901
1891
1881
1871
1861
1851 17, dressmaker, unm, lvg with parents at Friar, Exeter
1841 
HAWKER, Henrietta (I136)
 
50 Census:
1901
1891
1881
1871
1861
1851 19, milliner, unm, lvg with parents at Friars, Exeter
1841 
HAWKER, Louisa Ellen (I135)
 

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