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published by John French - 1 day ago.
Thanks for that Pat. I spent hours looking at those directories recently and clearly missed that entry!! DUH!!! Will go and have a look first-hand sometime. As for the marriage - it only lasted a few days before he disappeared and committed suicide. I'll email her story to you.

published by Pat Hase - 1 day ago.
She was said to be living on the Bridgwater Road in 1964 in "Rosemary Chalet" before she died in St John's Hospital, Axbridge (Her Probate entry) This house was on Bridgwater Road, between "The Cedars" and "The Holmes" according to the 1964 Street Directory. By 1968 that house appears to have been called "Hillside". It is interesting that although she was married in 1907 she continued to use her maiden name after the death of her husband (such a short time after their marriage).

March 2024 Newsletter
published by Jenny Towey - 2 days ago.

I hope everyone is enjoying listening/watching the online talks from RootsTech, too, Pat.

Workshop 27th March
published by Pat Hase - 2 days ago.

Thanks Peter. I have corrected the Newsletter to include the information about Mark Bayley's Workshop on "Breaking down Brickwalls" on March 27th. 

William Tripp Marshall
published by msgrant256@btinternet.com - 4 days ago.

Yes that is, his son Victor Launcelot Marshall is also buried there, my grandfather, 

William Tripp Marshall
published by John H - 5 days ago.

Is that the same William Tripp Marshall Buried in Milton Road cemetery 

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