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Loyalist Directory: William 4 Marsh

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Surname : Marsh
Given name : William 4
Rank :  
Where Resettled : Parr Town Nova Scotia
Status as Loyalist : Proven
Proof of Loyalty :  
Notes (Expunged, Suspended, Reinstated) :  
Regiment : Civilian Militia Company Number 54
Enlistment Date :  
Date & Place of Birth :  
Settled before war :  
Date & Place of Death : 30 Dec 1830, Markham Township York County Upper Canada
Place of Burial : Probably St. John's Church Cemetery, York Township York County.

What is interesting is that the first full time Anglican priest at St. John's York Mills was a man also by the name of William Marsh. He arrived with his wife Susannah (Brown) Marsh and children from Wiltshire England in 1828. And he is buried there in the cemetery. While headstone hunting in the churchyard one day it was both weird and surprising to see his stone. Unfortunately no early markers for Loyalist William Marsh or other settlers who were buried there at an early date were found.
Wife Name : Ann/Anna/Nancy
Children : William, Nancy, Leonard, Sarah, Bathsheba
Biography : See William Marsh Biography
Proven Descendants :  
Military Info : During the Revolutionary War William served in the Civilian Militia Company Number 54 under the command of John Wetmore of Westchester County New York USA.
Loyalist Genealogy :  
Family History :  
Family Genealogy :  
Sources : Information submitted by Terrilee Craig UE
Revised 13 january 2013.
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