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Re: Marychurch Jenkins
« Reply #9 on: Tuesday 02 April 19 08:04 BST (UK) »
The actual image of Joseph Jenkins and Ann Price has 2 witnesses the first is somebody Marychurch ( Iím not sure what the initial is possibly an S or an L or a J and the second is William Price presumably a relation of Ann.

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Re: Marychurch Jenkins
« Reply #10 on: Tuesday 02 April 19 11:38 BST (UK) »
These are brothers of Ann Marychurch whom I've found, I think all born Haverfordwest:

John b 1764 d 1770
Joseph b 1766 d 1808 (his Will in my previous post)
Solomon b 1768 d 1844 Haverfordwest
John b 1771 d 1787
Francis b 1773 d 1852 Bristol

My details are incomplete and I haven't added to them recently.  Solomon was a tailor, lived in Haverfordwest.  Francis was a saddler, lived in Bristol.  Most of the details I have are of the descendants of these two.  There was a close friendship between their families and mine, and one of Solomon's descendants married a sister of my great grandmother.

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Hotham, Guilliatt, Brown, Winter, Buck, Webster, Mortimore
Richards, Meredith, Gower, Davies, Todd, Westmacott, Hill
Mid C19 Cardiff and Haverfordwest, the Marychurch family.

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Re: Marychurch Jenkins
« Reply #11 on: Tuesday 02 April 19 15:17 BST (UK) »
The marriage of Ann Marychurch to Mr Jenkins is the key event for me. Many thanks to Drosybont for pointing me towards it. Where should I look to find more details?

My Heritage has a reference to the wedding having taken place in Nolton, 7 miles west of Haverfordwest, in 1763. There is no source given for the information but the list of their children chimes with Drosybontís.

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Re: Marychurch Jenkins
« Reply #12 on: Tuesday 02 April 19 18:26 BST (UK) »
I agree that daughter Annís baptism reads ďAnn Church JenkinsĒ. Was the vicar having an off day?

I think this is her death (so yes, the vicar was having an off day!)

JENKINS, ANNE  MARYCHURCH      Age at Death (in years): 13 
GRO Reference: 1837  D Quarter in HAVERFORDWEST  Volume 26  Page 340

Not that it helps in your quest  :-\

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Re: Marychurch Jenkins
« Reply #13 on: Tuesday 02 April 19 22:28 BST (UK) »
The marriage at Nolton in 1763 is between Solomon Marychurch and Anne (Thomas).  The Ann Marychurch who married ? Jenkins was their daughter, born in 1776.  As I said, I haven't found a record of her marriage.

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Hotham, Guilliatt, Brown, Winter, Buck, Webster, Mortimore
Richards, Meredith, Gower, Davies, Todd, Westmacott, Hill
Mid C19 Cardiff and Haverfordwest, the Marychurch family.