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of Bridgwater, Somerset
Ironfounder, at Bridgwater Iron Foundry
1804 Born in Honiton, son of William and Ann Murch
1830 Married Rebecca Criddle in Bridgwater
1831 'PARTNERSHIP DISSOLVED. W. Browne, J. Browne, T. H. Watson, E. Murch, and E. W. Nias, Bridgewater, iron-founders, so far as regards W. and J. Browne, and E. Murch.'. This was presumably Browne, Watson, Murch and Co. Two members continued at Nias and Watson, ironfounders.
1841 Edward Murch 35, iron founder, lived in Bridgwater with Rebecca Murch 40, Rebecca Murch 9, William Murch 5, Alexander Murch 3
1849 Listed as an iron founder (and Bridgwater agent for Phoenix Fire Assurance Co) 
1855 Exhibited an apple mill, a thrashing machine, and a couple of horse-hoes at the Bath & West of England Agricultural Society Show 
1873 Edward Murch died at his residence, Taunton Road, Bridgwater, 14 November