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    Default Molyneux, Marsh & Whitfield.

    Scroll down to Monday 28th Jan 08. The 'poolproject' held a meeting for people with, or interested in these family names:


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    http://www.poolproject.co.uk/experie...ents-diary.asp

    I am sorry to say I found out about this too late and missed this meeting.

    I have both Marsh & Whitfield in my family tree - I can trace back from present day to 1880s.

    Max, you maybe interested to see your name too.

    looks like we belong to some very old Liverpool families

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    Quote Originally Posted by lindylou View Post
    Scroll down to monday 28th Jan 08. The 'poolproject' held a meeting for people with, or interested in these family names:

    http://www.poolproject.co.uk/experie...ents-diary.asp

    I am sorry to say I found out about this too late and missed this meeting.

    I have both Marsh & Whitfield in my family tree - I can trace back from present day to 1880s.

    Max, you maybe interested to see your name too.

    looks like we belong to some very old Liverpool families

    I would have guessed that Molyneux was French ?

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    Max will tell you more about that. I think he did say something about the French origins of that name.

    I think Molyneuxs had a connection with either Speke hall or Croxteth hall.

    Apparently, The Molyneuxs were in the Liverpool castle and they had built a bridge (which would have been located somewhere by the Church st area).
    The Whitfields & Marsh families had some problem with this and tore it down.
    .. and something about they got back the 'council tax' money of the day for the people.

    I was listening to Jean Grant this morning on Radio Merseyside, she was telling the story.

    You may be able to hear it on 'Listen again' - - it was 7:20am, Tony Snell show.
    http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio/aod/mainf...rseyside.shtml

    Not sure if it will be on yet as I havn't checked.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lindylou View Post
    Max will tell you more about that. I think he did say something about the French origins of that name.

    I think Molyneuxs had a connection with either Speke hall or Croxteth hall.

    Apparently, The Molyneuxs were in the Liverpool castle and they had built a bridge (which would have been located somewhere by the Church st area).
    The Whitfields & Marsh families had some problem with this and tore it down.
    .. and something about they got back the 'council tax' money of the day for the people.

    I was listening to Jean Grant this morning on Radio Merseyside, she was telling the story.

    You may be able to hear it on 'Listen again' - - it was 7:20am, Tony Snell show.
    http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio/aod/mainf...rseyside.shtml

    Not sure if it will be on yet as I havn't checked.

    Maybe this site will be of interest to you Lindylou ?

    www.familytreeforum.com

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    Thanks Steven, I will have a look.

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    I don't really know anything about my family history. My name was from my Dads, dad side of the family Is all I know really but never met my granddad.

    I couldn't trace family history even If I wanted to. Not seen any cousins or relatives on my dads side for years and wouldn't want to.
    Last edited by Max; 01-31-2008 at 06:05 PM.
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