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Before accessing the research pages please be sure you want to know the information contained therein.
I will not be held responsible for any distress caused by information not previously known by the reader.
I will not be held responsible for any inaccurate data.
I am happy for you take any information from these pages for your own use, however, please note the information below re photographs the National Archives and other suppliers of genealogical data. If you wish to use any other information on this site for commercial purposes you must apply to Jane Snell for written permission to do so or the appropriate owner of the copyright.
Please be aware that some images such as census returns, birth certificates, and other National Archive documents are copyright of the National Archives, Public Record Office and General Register Office and may be used for the purpose of research, private study or education. If you wish to use the images from this site for any other reason or wish to enquire further regarding their use, please contact the National Archives, Kew, Richmond, Surrey, TW9 4DU. Infringement of the above conditions may result in legal action by the National Archives. Or alternatively contact The General Register Office, Communications Manager, Trafalgar Road, Southport, PR8 2HH.
Images of census returns may be from Ancestry or Find My Past and are copyright and are only used as part of my unique genealogical database.
All images on the site are part of my unique family history/genealogical database.
Most photographs are owned by the Marshall family .
I have not knowingly entered any data for living people. If this has occurred in error, please contact me and I will ensure that it is removed.
If I have missed anyone regarding copyright documents, this is not intentional. Please contact me if necessary and I will take the appropriate action as required.
Finally, apart from all the red tape, I hope you enjoy reading the web site and if you are linked to the Marshall line find the information helpful.