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benrymnd

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I have a deceased relative name of James Marsh born 1809 windle St Helens Lancashire his wife was Mary Houghton but I cannot find his father any ideas would be most grateful.
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James Marsh
Event Type: Census
Event Date: 1871
Event Place: Windle, St Helens, Lancashire, England, United Kingdom
Event Place (Original): Windle, Lancashire, England
Sub-District: St Helen
Enumeration District: 5
Gender: Male
Age: 63
Marital Status: Married
Occupation: Tailor
Birth Year (Estimated): 1808
Birthplace: St Helens, Lancashire
Relationship to Head of Household: Head
 

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James Marsh
Event Type: Marriage
Event Date: 10 Jul 1831
Event Place: Farnworth, Lancashire, England, United Kingdom
Event Place (Original): Farnworth Near Prescot, Lancashire, England
Gender: Male
Spouse's Name: Mary Houghton
Spouse's Gender: Female
 

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PRESCOT (St Mary), a market-town and parish, and the head of a union, in the hundred of West Derby, S. division of the county of Lancaster, 8 miles east by northeast of Liverpool. The parish consists of the chapelries of Farnworth, Rainford, St. Helen's, and Great Sankey, and the townships of Bold, Cronton (which had at one time, 31 Nonconformist chapels in the area--mostly Welsh), Cuerdley, Ditton (Hough Green), Eccleston, Parr, Penketh, Prescot, Rainhill, Sutton, Whiston, Widness, and Windle. There are chapels at Eccleston, Farnworth, Parr, Rainford, Rainhill, St. Helen's, Great Sankey, and Sutton. The Unitarians, Primitive Methodists, and Wesleyan Methodists, have places of worship in the town; and at Portico, a mile and a half on the east, is a Roman Catholic chapel, built in 1790, and dedicated to St Nicholas.[1]
 
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