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red mail Praxey Fisher (b. Giles in Mark)
Does anyone have a date of death for Praxey? As Praxey Giles she married Samuel Fisher in Mark, Somerset in 1794. James Fisher was a witness. Samuel's parents were John and Jane Fisher of Arow (Yarrow?), Mark. Samuel and Praxey Fisher had at least 3 children and 2 of these - Betsey and Hannah may have survived...... Samuel Fisher died in a nasty accident in 1807. But it is a Praxey's date of death I am interested in. thanks
red mail Binning - Parker
Looking for information about relatives: Ann Binning (born in Mark about 1814), married George Parker, blacksmith. George Parker born circa 1814-16 in Mark. Children were Martha Parker, Gilbert Parker, Mary Parker, Amelia Parker, Clement Parker, and George Parker. Ann Binning moved to Hutton, Somerset. My wife is the descendant of Clement Parker.
MARC (or Mark ) WALL
My Great Grandfather was a Stonemason for The Millfield Estates.He is buried in Mark Churchyard.One of his sons Alfred John Wall was born in March 1886.He is my Grandfather.Marc's wife died and he re-married.There were step children and also children fromn the second marriage.I have no knowledge of the name of Marc's first wife,my Great Grandmother.I believe the family lived at Mark. My Grandfather Alfred John married my Grandmother Fanny Rice in 1905. Two of Marc's children,my Grandfathers true sisters were Rose,who emigrated to Canada and Annie who lived in Draycott after her marriage.
red mail Josias Wride, Mark, Somerset
I'm hoping someone out there has come across some info on Josias Wride born c.1737, who died in Mark, Somerset 1806. He married Hannah Conduit(t) in 1759 and Sarah (?) after his first wife died in 1766. He is as far back as I have got in my family tree using the internet and live a long way from Somerset! Possible siblings of Josias are Betty (baptised 1737) and Mary (1741) whose parents were John and Mary but I'm only speculating. Any help would be gratefully received.
red mail Louia Jane Urch
I am trying to trace the parents of LOUISA JANE URCH(c1847)and WILLIAM URCH(c1846). Louisa is down in the 1851 census as born in Mark, Somerset but both children, aged 4 & 5 are listed in the 1851 census as being inmates of the Axbridge workhouse. Louisa married my Gt-grandfather, Thomas Disher. Any information would be wellcome. Regards John
red mail Day - Mark
I'm looking for info on William Day b abt 1826 Mark, he married Elizabeth ? from Bristol. Betty
red mail Methuens of Mark and Blackford
My grandmother was Iris Methuen (1914-62), daughter of Robert William (b. 1876) and Keturah Durston. Roberts parents were John Methuen, a butcher(1838-1907) and Amelia Fear Lee. Johns parents George Methuen (another butcher 1816-1890) and Mary Ann Vaughan. Lived originally at Mark, then in Blackford. Any descendants? Any known link to historic Methuens of Corsham Court/Bradford upon Avon.
red mail Cox Family.
Reaching the Cox Family from Mark.
red mail blackford
am looking for details on rose wall and family of rose cottage blackford i think she was born in cocklake born 188?
red mail Mark, Somerset.
Looking for references to Collins family in Mark, Westhay, Shapwick and Ashcott or surrounding villages. Especially Edwin George b.1855,brothers William and Theopoulis and sister Eliza. Also their parents Thomas and Mary nee.Yard. Peat Merchants, Griffins Head Inn Landlord, Oakhill Brewery and Railway.
red mail Dauntons in Burnham & Mark
Family tradition says we are Huguenot in origin. Early appearances in Mark,(1676) Danton becoming Daunton, plenty in Burnham. One Daunton rented Blew's Mill now caravan site at Edithmead. Not many French sounding names in registers. Any ideas?

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