James (Cunning) Murrell

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James Murrell, the eldest child of Edward and Hannah Murrell, was born at Rochford and baptised on 9th October 1785 in St Mary the Virgin church at Hawkwell.
He married Elizabeth Frances Button on 12th August 1812 in St Olave’s church, Bermondsey.
They moved to Hadleigh, where Elizabeth Murrell died 16th April 1839 and was buried five days later in the churchyard at St James the Less.
James Murrell was a shoemaker and the 1847 Tithe Map shows that he lived in a cottage in End Way, owned by James Tyrrell. Murrell died from natural causes, at the age of 79 years, on 16th December 1860. This text is extracted from Chris Worpole’s article.
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