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  • ID: I9133
  • Name: Susanna Hide ? 1 2
  • Sex: F
  • Birth: ABT 1637 in If she was the one who was 36 in 1673
  • Death: AFT 1673
  • Note: 3

    Susan, dau of Edward Hyde or Hide of Shinfield (d 1663), Yeoman of the WIne Cellar, married ?Henry Marsh of Fulham?.
    (Visitation of Berks)
    I have deduced that she was Henry Marsh?s wife Susannah.
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    A Susanna Marshe of Hammersmith, abt 36, widow, married Epaphroditus Marshe of Hannington, Wilts, gent (son of William Marsh of Hannington) by licence of 4 July 1673, and had an only child Grace.
    She ?appears to have died before? Epaphroditus, who moved to Ireland and died in 1719. His brother was Narcissus Marsh, Archbishop of Armagh.
    [The Marshes of Hannington seem to have no connection to those of Hendon.]
    (Some notice of various families of the Name of Marsh)
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    Allegation at the Vicar General?s Office. 1673. July 4. Epaphroditus Marshe, of Hennington, Wilts, gent.,
    about 36, Bachelor, and Susanna Marshe of Hammersmith, Midx, about 36, widow; licence to marry at Chelsea or Fulham, Middx., or at Putney, Surrey.
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    [The above] Susanna may well have been the widow of Henry Marsh, and the Mrs Marsh listed in 1672. Her re-marriage in 1673 could account for the expanded entry in the homage of 1674, calculated to show that the 13 acres were no concern of her new husband.
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    ...with reversions and all deeds in good condition, the vendors having good title. For eleven decades, to the end of 1741, the property descended in the Marsh family. Little has come to light about these Marshes of Fulham. One of them, Henry, was after his death entered in the records of Court Baron of 4 May 1671 as 'gentleman, holder of 13 acres' in the parish of Kensington, his heir being another Henry, a boy of six years in the guardianship of his mother Susanna. In the homage presented at the Court Baron of April 1672, 'Mrs Marsh' was listed as freeholder of 13 acres, but in the homage of April 1674 she was entered much more fully: 'Mrs Susanna Marsh, as guardian to her children, freeholder of thirteen acres of land more or less, called North-Crofts. A year later Henry Marsh, then aged ten, was named as freeholder of the 13 acres. It is not certain whether this Henry had a long life or whether a successor was the Henry Marsh of Hammersmith, in the parish of Fulham, who wrote his ...
  • _UID: B32389AFC0AC4E8D860FA41D2B96F096F2E9
  • Change Date: 15 APR 2011



    Father: Edward Hide
    Mother: Mary Chambers

    Marriage 1 Henry Marsh
    • Married: BEF 1665
    • Note: Date of Henry jnr?s birth
    Children
    1. Has Children Henry Marsh b: 1665
    2. Has No Children Susannah Marsh

    Sources:
    1. Text: THE OWNERSHIP AND DEVELOPMENT OF FIFTEEN ACRES AT KENSINGTON GRAVEL PITS
      Irene Scouloudi & A P Hands
      London Topographical Society
      v.22 1965
      Page: No surname
    2. Text: The Ownership and Development of Fifteen Acres [The Talbot and 13 acres adjoining.]
      London Topographical Record
      Published by London Topographical Society
      1965
      p77-
      Page: No surname
    3. Text: The Ownership and Development of Fifteen Acres [The Talbot and 13 acres adjoining.]
      London Topographical Record
      Published by London Topographical Society
      1965
      p77-
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