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Parish Chest - a Memory of Marhamchurch.

I have just come into part of the Parish Chest going back to the late 1600 and the 1700 for Marhamchurch Church. This is just under 50 documents and Identures, moving parishes and bastard children. In addition I have various Church books of committee meetings.
In addition there is a Marehamchurch book on highways with people's names and wages and repair costs etc.
These were found in a skip in 1974 being thrown out.
Some of the documents are in tatters but are readable and are ideal for family historians.
I have got them all onto the computer and propose to put them on CDs when I have sorted them out.
fixbylad@hotmail.com


A memory shared by Ron Lane on Mar 28th, 2008.
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