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A sample of the 19 census for example shows thee branches of the Marshall clan in High Brooms engaged in the trade of butchers, fishmongers and poulterers, as well as other occupations.
The first branch was that of George Marchall, a general labourer, born 1849 in Shirburn, Oxfordshire, and his wife Sarah Ann, born 1870 in Pyrton, Osfordshire, who by 1911 had been married 21 years and had eight children.
Based on the 1911 census, he was one of four children born to Charles and Charlotte Marshall, who had been married in 1895.
At the time of the 1901 census, Charles was operating a butchers shop at 124 London Road and was still there at the time of the 1911 census.
The photo of his shop shown opposite was taken in the 1920’s when his premises were on Bedford Road.