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#1 by elizabeth Carr on September 11, 2015 - 7:26 AM
I was glad and sad at the same time to find out more about my ancestor George Marsh ,My grandmother Elizabeth Marsh -Banks told me the tail when I was a girl of how “George” was burnt at the stake at Chester and whenever I went to Smithills Hall I would get a very cold feeling.
It`s only as Ive got older that I realise what an amazing person he was .,and what a terrible fate he had.
I smile to myself though when I here the staunch view points of some of my family and think yes ,sounds like they got the strong ways from “George”.
Thank you and today I`m off to Chester to find the memorial .
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