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Genealogical Memoirs of the Family of Marsden (1194 - 1901)

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The surname of Marsden is of Anglo Saxon origin, and is a locational name from places called Marsden in Lancashire, and the West Riding of Yorkshire. It is derived from the Old English "mearc" meaning boundary, and "denu", valley; hence, "a valley forming a natural boundary". The original book by the Revd Benjamin Anderton Marsden, James Aspinall Marsden & Robert Sydney Marsden was published in 1914 and the authors have used public records, wills and other documents from private sources to trace the family and its several branches from 1194 to the beginning of the 20th century. The book contains a number of family trees and illustrations of various coats of arms for the family. Apart from detailing the Marsdens of Lancashire the book also covers the families in Yorkshire, Derbyshire, Essex and Dublin. The Lancashire townships include: Bolton, Darwen, Lower Hoddlesden, Darwen, Liverpool, Manchester, Marsden, Pendleton, Whalley, Pleasington, Tockholes, Wigan

Supplied by: Lancashire Family History & Heraldry Society
Format: CD-ROM
Ref: LFH-CD013

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