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101 Census:
1871 26, labourer, wid, lvg w small daughter at 6 Town Tree Hill, Dawlish 
MURCH, John (I1002)
102 Census:
1881 16, carpenter, lvg w parents/siblings at 133 Cambridge Road, Willesden

MURCH, Abraham Jarvis (I149)
103 Census:
1881 23, dom serv, lvg in hse of George/Jane Holt, "Fern Hill", Rowson Street, Liscard, Cheshire 
MURCH, Lucy Ann (I714)
104 Census:
1881 72, mar, wheelwright lvg at 8 Clough Street, Hanley, Staffordshire 
MURCH, Henry (I799)
105 Census:
1911 14, GPO Telegraph Messenger, lvg w parents at 49 Collins Street, Glasgow
1901 4, lvg w parents at 49 Collins Street, Glasgow, transcribed as LIVENSTON

23 September 2014: His name was read out on the 'Roll of Honour' for 'The Tower Remembers'.
Reader: Yeoman Warder Rob Fuller
Last Post: Drummer McKenna
A long list of names was read out, including (at about 15 minutes)
Livingstone MURCH
Walter Harold BALL
Then came the verse from the poem by Laurence Binyan 'For the Fallen':
*They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old:
Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn.
At the going down of the sun and in the morning
We will remember them. *

Then the Last Post was played.

HMS Flirt on Wikipedia
On the night of 26/27 October 1916 the German Navy raided the Dover Barrage with two and a half flotillas of torpedo boats and destroyers. Flirt under the command of Lieutenant R. P. Kellett responded to gunfire from the drifter line. She found Waveney on fire and sent a boat to assist. When unidentified ships approached she issued a challenge and was immediately fired upon by the Germans. Flirt was lost; the only survivors were those dispatched to aid Waveney.

She was awarded the battle honour "Belgian Coast 1914 - 15" for her service.
MURCH, Livingstone (I142)
106 Census:
1911 30, lvg w mother in Broad Street, Launceston
1901 22
1891 12, living with parents in St Mary Magdalene, Launceston, Cornwall
1881 2, living with parents and 2 servants in St Mary Magdalene, Cornwall

BAKER, Alice (I51)
107 Census:
1911: 33, bank clerk, still single, lvg w wid father/Kate/May/Sybil at 34 Oakwood Gardens, Ilford
1901 23, commercial clerk, lvg w widowed father and sister Kate at 37 Durham Road, East Ham
1891 15, scholar, lvg w parents/siblings at Cottage, Cambridge Rd, Eastry, Kent 
MURCH, Arthur Montague (I904)
108 described as niece in household of Ellen WEST MURCH, Annie (I809)
109 Elizabeth // DANN, Elizabeth (I46)
110 Emotional and Light Comedy Lead.
Permanent, 3, Coram Street, Russell Square, London, W.C.
[from Stage Yearbook 1908 at]

maybe she was called Margaret because, if Emily M MURCH b 1878 is her, then her mother was called Emily and the servant was called Emily, so they called the toddler Margaret so as to avoid confusion? 
MURCH, Emily Margaret (I965)
111 erom Murch was born in Honiton in 1807. He married Anne Taylor in 1830 and on the 1841 census he has been enumerated as a 'Dissenting Minister' (this was Unitarianism), living in the Parade in Bath, Somerset, England with his wife, three children, and four servants.

By the 1851 census, none of the children is recorded as being at home (although the four servants are still there), and Jerom is now recorded as a 'Unitarian Minister of Lewins Mead Chapel, Bristol'.

By the 1861 census, he has now become 'Magistrate for Somerset'. On the 1871 census he is recorded as a 'Landowner Magistrate', and his servants, instead of being merely 'male' or 'female', are now recorded as 'Butler', 'Lady's Maid', 'Cook', and 'Housemaid'. He became Mayor of Bath 1863, 1864, 1876, 1877, 1886, 1890, 1892.

On the 1881 census, now aged 73, he has added a footman to his staff, and Jerom is described not only as a Magistrate, but also Deputy Lieutenant and Alderman. When aged 83, he is now described as 'living on own means' on the 1891 census. Jerom was knighted on 21 May 1894.
MURCH, Jerom (I865)
112 Event Description: Y MURCH, Emely (I26)
113 Father described as labourer in baptismal register

MURCH, Harriet (I129)
114 Florence // [--?--], Florence (I40)
115 FMP transcription has him born in Gorbals, Lanarkshire MURCH, Archibald (I798)
116 From National Archives Trafalgar search:

Comments: Joined the Royal Navy at Plymouth as a volunteer.
Comments: Entered Gibraltar Hospital on 24 October 1805 owing to wounded feet. Discharged from hospital 4 November 1805.

Ship's pay book number: (SB 610)
4 November 1805 to 14 January 1806
Rank/rating: Sailmaker's Mate

HMS Salvador Del Mundo 
MURCH, John (I723)
117 Full name William Henry Murch

Born November 18, 1867, St Philip, Bristol, Gloucestershire

Died May 1, 1928, Bristol (aged 60 years 165 days)

Major teams Gloucestershire, London County

Batting style Right-hand bat

Bowling style Right-arm medium
Batting and fielding averages
?tab?Mat ?tab?Inns ?tab?NO ?tab?Runs ?tab?HS ?tab?Ave ?tab?100 ?tab?50 ?tab?Ct ?tab?St
First-class ?tab?88 ?tab?147 ?tab?14 ?tab?1337 ?tab?58 ?tab?10.05 ?tab?0 ?tab?2 ?tab?40 ?tab?1
Bowling averages
?tab?Mat ?tab?Balls ?tab?Runs ?tab?Wkts ?tab?BBI ?tab?Ave ?tab?Econ ?tab?SR ?tab?5w ?tab?10
First-class ?tab?88 ?tab?9923 ?tab?5103 ?tab?207 ?tab?8/68 ?tab?24.65 ?tab?3.08 ?tab?47.9 ?tab?11 ?tab?4
Career statistics
First-class span ?tab?1889 - 1906

MURCH, William Henry (I223)
118 Internet IGI says:
Robert MURTCH, chr 22 Feb 1682, parents Richard & Dorothy

Dorothy MURCH or GODFRY, chr 11 Jul 1677, parents Rich. MUR
CH and Eliza GODFRY
(Robert above's sister?)

MURCH, Robert (I65)
119 Lance Corporal in 7 Battalion of Royal Fusiliers

Service no 2052

Died of wounds

Buried at Valenciennes (St Roch) Communal Cemetery
Grave Ref V B 23 
MURCH, James Hewett (I946)
120 MARRIAGE: both of full age, groom a mason Family F43
121 MARRIAGE: St C's House Index; 1st Q 1927; St Germans; 5c 49
second marriage to Edward John McNally, together for 17 yea
rs, married in 1970s

Wrote to Temple Recorder, London Temple on 6.1.97 re incorr
ect father named in sealing-to-father (John Blagdon)

rec letter back dated 8 Jan 97, outlining my next steps:
i) Submit work for John Henry Blagdon inc sealing to spous
e - done
ii) Resubmit sealing to parents of Elsie Beatrice Blagdon - check 31/8
iii) Write to Family History Dept at SLC, giving info and asking them to delete incorrect sealing [nb suggest inc photocopy of temple's letter]

BLAGDON, Elsie Beatrice (I97)
122 occupation: weaver (from bishop's transcripts)

MURCH, Gideon (I82)
123 schoolmistress MURCH, Annie B? (I754)
124 silkweaver

1881 75
1871 65
1861 55, foreman in silk factory, living with wife/children in Ottery St Mary
1851 45 - steward in silk manufactory

could this be him on the 1881 census?
Samuel CHURCH W 75 M Ottery St Mary, Devon, England Rel:Head Occ:Retired Silk Weaver
Emily CHURCH U 40 F Ottery St Mary, Devon, England Rel:Daur Occ:Dressmaker

MURCH, Samuel (I23)
125 There is a John MURCH, age 39, d June q 1889, Islington 1B 157 - NO

Note: there was an influenza epidemic in 1889-90, which killed a million people. Maybe, since wife Emily Margaret died later in 1889, that is why 11-year-old Emily Margaret was taken to live with her widowed aunt, Sophia Pinkey? NO

died of liver cancer 24 July 1921 in Plymouth Borough Asylum, Ugborough
MURCH, John Vivyan (I966)
126 [ Death notice, The Argus, Friday 22 April 1927]
MURCH, Elizabeth Louisa (I786)
COLEMAN, Etta May (I2)
HAYWOOD, Edmund George (I98)

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