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Re: Murley/Murly cousins marrying early 1800s
Posted by: Colin Y (ID *****8402) Date: October 18, 2008 at 14:20:39
In Reply to: Somerset Murleys 1700s by Jill Stock of 191

Jill

Me again... I think I have a definitive answer, They were 1C1R says my programme

Mary was actually a Murly her father (edward junior)'s father Edward having dropped the e two generations earlier. His father Thomas b 1713 speled it with an e and the eldest son, Thomas b 1738, held on to the e which he passed to his sons John, Thomas and William (as you said later Capt. RN retd.

OK

Colin


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