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Angus Murch
Angus Murch
Angus became a Serjeant in the Gordon Highlanders and died at the Somme in 1916. 
 
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Archibald Murch
Archibald Murch
Survived the Great War; older brother to Angus and Livingstone 
 
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Arthur Montague Murch
Arthur Montague Murch
Commercial clerk, b 1878 
 
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Beatrice Alexandra Murch
Beatrice Alexandra Murch
Progress through the censuses 
 
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CWGC Memorial Certificate for A Murch
CWGC Memorial Certificate for A Murch
Commonwealth War Graves Commission memorial certificate for A(ngus) Murch 
 
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CWGC Memorial Certificate for Livingstone Murch
CWGC Memorial Certificate for Livingstone Murch
CWGC Memorial Certificate for Livingstone Murch 
 
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Daisy Blanche Murch
Daisy Blanche Murch
College student in 1911 
 
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Edward Bryer Murch
Edward Bryer Murch
From a trunk and portmanteau-making family 
 
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Emily Murch Baker
Emily Murch Baker
Emily Murch Milward nee Baker: from Cornwall to Oxford 
 
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Emily Murch, Court Dressmaker
Emily Murch, Court Dressmaker
Emily's humble beginnings and rise to Court Dressmaker 
 
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Gideon Murch
Gideon Murch
Gideon and the Flying Shuttle 
 
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Hephzibah Murch
Hephzibah Murch
Lacemaker and mother of eleven children 
 
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James Hewitt Murch
James Hewitt Murch
From Devon to Flanders Fields 
 
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Jerom Murch (Sir Jerom)
Jerom Murch (Sir Jerom)
Dissenting Minister, Mayor, Magistrate, Deputy Lieutenant, Alderman, Knight 
 
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Johanna Yates Murch
Johanna Yates Murch
Biography of RNH gg grandmother 
 
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Livingstone Murch
Livingstone Murch
More about Livingstone Murch and his life before entering the Navy 
 
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Margaret Murch, Actress
Margaret Murch, Actress
Details of her performance in The Prodigal Son, 1907 
 
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Samuel Murch 1778
Samuel Murch 1778
"A Trustworthy and Faithful Servant" 
 
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Service record of Livingstone Murch
Service record of Livingstone Murch
Service record of Livingstone Murch 
 
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William Samuel Searle Murch
William Samuel Searle Murch
Photographer to dockyard labourer to music teacher and back to the docks