Adair, Simon, cooper, 51 Waring Street. Alexander, Samuel, tanner, 78 North Street. Allen, Mary Ann, haberdasher, 10 Cornmarket. Appelton, David, hosier, 38 High Street.
Marshall, Jacob Detamore, D. Shepherd, Nancy White, Wm. Bentivoglio - John M. Wilkey, Towles Downer, J. Reynolds Boonesville -- M. Williams Boyd's Tavern -- S. Wheeler, Richard Williams, L.
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Maupin, Wilson Wood, W.The memorial is to be found on the top staircase of the Lord’s pavilion and takes the form of a nowy-headed wooden board with gold lettering that is accompanied by a framed print giving details of membership, date elected, date of death and place of burial.
. Ancient History ' The Mearsoeti. In the AD Charter of Eadred or Edwy, Merstham is known as Mearsoetham and the marsh dwelling people who lived there were known as the 'Mearsoeti'.
The memorial is to be found on the top staircase of the Lord’s pavilion and takes the form of a nowy-headed wooden board with gold lettering that is accompanied by a framed print giving details of membership, date elected, date of death and place of burial.
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