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Re: Markwells since 900 AD
Posted by: Adrian markwell (ID *****8188) Date: September 06, 2003 at 14:35:52
In Reply to: Markwells since 900 AD by Christopher Richard Markwell of 145

I have a G Grand father, James b1849, Stowmarket Suffolk, UK, married to Emma (b1851). They had 7 children, James (b1878), Thomas (b1880), Ada (b1883), Lottie (b1886), Albert (b1889), Fred (b1890) and Ernest Edward(b1892).

Ernest was my Grand Father, but I have no info on any of the others. Would this Fred (b1890) be any relation to the Fred at Birmingham Uni?

BTW - I've been to "Markwell" - I think "town" is a bit generous - and its just outside Plymouth as you say in another message. A bit of a co-incidence is that to get there you have to go through "St Earney" (both Grandfather and Uncle are Ernest)

Regards
Adrian Markwell


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