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The Marston Family of Norton, Gloucestershire, England
This family tree was last updated on 4 June 2014.
Individuals
Males
340
50.1%
Females
338
49.9%
Total surnames
Families
Sources
Media objects
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Total events
776
Total users
18
Latest birth year
1999
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Average age at death
56
Males: 56   Females: 56
Family with the most children
16
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Average number of children per family
3.01

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St. Mary's Church, Brecon, Wales.Joan Prosser
Christening: 29 October 1820St. Mary's Tabernacle, Brecon, Breconshire, Wales
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St. Mary's Church, Brecon, Wales.
St. Mary's Church, Brecon, Wales.
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Note: Saint Mary's Church began as a chapel of ease to the priory but most of the building is dated to later medieval times. The West Tower, some 27 m (90 ft) high, was built in 1510 by Edward Stafford, 3rd Duke of Buckingham at a cost of two thousand pounds. The tower has eight bells which have been rung since 1750, the heaviest of which weighs 16 cwt (815 kg). In March 2007 the bells were removed from the church tower for refurbishment.
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RecordNAMEDateDATEANNIVEvent
Dorothy Emily Mary SaundersSaunders,Dorothy Emily Mary20 August 19040113113Birth
Giles FluckFluck,Giles20 August 16011416416Christening
Upcoming events
RecordNAMEDateDATEANNIVEvent
Martha Mary SaundersSaunders,Martha Mary21 August 19020115115Death
Joseph HillHill,Joseph21 August 18891128128Death
Joseph HillHill,Joseph21 August 18892128128Burial
Mary MarstonMarston,Mary21 August 17323285285Christening
William Mann + Esther MarstonMann,William + Marston,Esther21 August 17634254254Marriage
Alice MarstonMarston,Alice24 August 18515166166Christening
Martha Mary SaundersSaunders,Martha Mary25 August 19026115115Burial
Henry MeekMeek,Henry25 August 18397178178Birth
Charles Henry MarstonMarston,Charles Henry25 August 18338184184Christening
Mary MarstonMarston,Mary25 August 17329285285Burial
Mary MarstonMarston,Mary25 August 173210285285Burial
Ann MarstonMarston,Ann26 August 182711190190Christening
Ann MarstonMarston,Ann27 August 180912208208Christening
John FluckFluck,John27 August 159813419419Christening
Top 10 surnames
SurnameIndividuals
Marston
MARSTON161
161
Prosser
PROSSER62
62
Rees
REES29
29
Hamer
HAMER25
25
Williams
WILLIAMS23
23
Rowlands
ROWLANDS21
21
Scott
SCOTT19
19
Jenkins
JENKINS18
18
Healing
HEALING18
18
Jones
JONES18
18


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