David Sturch ( scouse) )
Lost friend PaulMarsh X. RAF Driver last camp was RAF. Weston on the green my face book is under Dave Stevens
My ancestor Benjamin Marsh immigrated in 1829 from Wiltshire. He is from theMarsh family in Deane, Lancashire. 16th century. I can't trace any earlier but suggesting Kent and Somerset.
I'm a Marsh I live in Washington State USA I was told my Marsh family came from Ireland and Scotland by way of Wisconsin.. Any other Marsh's from Wisconsin please contact me! my family history pretty much stops there as my grandfather ran away from home as a young man and never looked back he eventually joined the US ARMY but never shared his family history except that we may be of Irish and Scottish decent. both his parent were immigrants. He also spent a lot of time in Alaska. His name was Herbert Marsh.
I'm a Marsh from Wigan in the North West of England. :)
I am a marsh from Australia. There was more than just one Richard and John marsh. Some immigrated to Australia and New Zealand and others I'm not to sure about. I have managed to retrace back as far as 16 th century but not many records before that. Most of our men were tile and brick makers and wheel rights and carriage builders..a very important job and highly regarded. Cheers to all my fellow marsh clan
There were 6-Marsh immigrants from England between 1620 and 1641 starting with John Marsh and my 8th great grandfather was Samuel Marsh the 5th to arrive from Essex, England and after taking his oath of loyalty was made a freeman in 1647. He later became one of the original 80 Elizabethtown Association to pioneer and settle about 500,000 acres of present day New Jersey in Union County. His son John Marsh also pioneered Rahway NJ and built one of the first saw mills along with a grist mill.....this is interesting stuff to me...there are presently over 5,000 descendants and 14 generations from Samuel.
I'm a Marsh from Colorado. Im a geologist to.
Does anyone know if our name comes from anywhere else?
I have been told it comes from England but I am a Marsh and my grandmother tells me our family name originated from Ireland, and also Scotland...Even Prussia... my family history stops shy of Elis island though... Rumor has it we are Marsh's from Ireland... who knows though..
I'm a Marsh! Originally from Plymouth and Hingham, MA
the name marsh is a very popular last name
I cant trace my family history which sucks
I know Marsh`s here in Finland! Funny, huh?
Have traced my family back to John Marsh of Salem Mass. About 1640. You folks
may want check in to this period.
A boy from England in London, from a whole family of 'Marsh'es and as it happens, Iam the only family member who is able tocarry on my name as there is no other boy with the name Marsh apart from me. My duty is to re-colonise the Marshes throughout my locality. Viva les Marshs
Scattered throughout the Midwest here. Charles > Charles > Charles > Me. All four generations have lived in the same town.
ray marsh .
A bunch in NY. Myself Raymond. Only know as far up as my grandparents, John, & Emily.
Im a marsh. The marsh side of my family originally came from somerset.thats all i can tell you. I only know of one other family called marsh but im sure theres loads about
Ashlea, I know 2 branches here that come from Somerset, Including me.
jimwmarsh at hotmail dot com
lot's of them Sean my name before I married was Marsh
I'm really interested in finding out more about my anglo Saxon surname. guessing I must be descendant from a German tribe that still resides in England today.. don't you just love history, any other marsh's out there?
Im from western Kentucky and until I joined the army I had believed it was an uncommon name. I know our family came from ohio and some still reside there. Im stationed at fort Riley and have met 4 other Marsh's in about 8 weeks haha. Hailing from New York to California.
I'm a Marsh (maiden name).. My family is in Maryland
I am Odell Marsh, from Jamaica and there is an entire community in Jamaica with persons whose surname is Marsh. I too was told that the name originated from Ireland and that most of the earlier generation who were here in Jamaica had migrated to the USA and others went back to UK.