Welcome to the home page for the History of Marks Hall and its inhabitants.
Below you find links to a range of sources transcribed by History House. Further below under 'more family and local history sources' you will find additional links to help you.
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MARKSHALL is a small parish near the source of a rivulet, 2 miles North by West of Coggeshall, containing only >>more.
Court cases involving Marks Hall residents - ongoing project >>more.
Marks Hall Estate - Gardens and Arboretum
Reports and returns on schools and education in Marks Hall.
Report on employment in agriculture in Marks Hall in 1867.
Under the Poor Law of 1834, Marks Hall became part of the Witham Union, later the Braintree Union. See our article on researching your workhouse and pauper ancestors.
For images of Marks Hall see our article on Essex Images for Family History.
For maps of Marks Hall see our article on Essex Maps for Family History.
Are your ancestors from Marks Hall? Why not tell us their story: My Marks Hall Ancestors.
New to researching your family tree or unsure where to find information? Take a look at our Your Ancestors section of the website. It contains tips, advice, links to resources, and stories.
Discover how to explore newspaper archives. With millions of pages now online, there is always the possibility of finding articles featuring your ancestors.
Search for Marks Hall census returns at Ancestry.co.uk.
Search for Marks Hall census returns at Findmypast.co.uk.
If you're looking for pictures of Marks Hall to add to your family tree album, then try Ebay. Link already formatted for Essex Postcards
Books featuring Marks Hall from Abebooks. Just click the logo. The search terms are already formatted for Marks Hall.
Books featuring Essex on Amazon. Just click the logo. This link is already formatted for Essex History in the book section. Refine the search to look for Marks Hall, such as: Marks Hall history.
The Essex Record Office 'ERO' is an excellent starting point for research. The ERO has an online catalogue by the name of Essex Archives Online which includes parish registers. Access to both via the ERO's homepage.
Also try FreeReg: a database of parish registers transcribed by volunteers. The Essex coverage is increasing each day.
Newspaper archives are now a very important source of information for researching your family tree.
Find your ancestors in the newspapers.
Try our example search to discover if your ancestors are in the British Newspaper Archive.
Also look at other newspaper archives and learn how they can help you research your ancestors. >>more
Marks Hall - Cary's New and Correct English Atlas, 1798
Ebay is a good source of old images of Essex towns and villages. If you're looking for pictures to add to your family tree album, then try one of the auctions, or there are several 'Buy It Now' shops offering postcards which have been touched up and improved - so if you're unsure about bidding, try these. Link already formatted for Essex Postcards. Browse through or type the name of the location in the Ebay search box.