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1851 Census, Bangor, Gwynedd

We have recently added over 8800 names from the 1851 Census of Bangor, Gwynedd. Many thanks to Tom Farrell for collating the info search here.* To search the 8800+ listings search here.* *membership required. Source: […]


George ROBERTS – Erddig Under Gardener

by Jill Burton. George was born in 1859 in Erbistock, the son of an agricultural labourer. On the 1881 census he was a lodger in Bersham and working as a railway plate layer. He also […]

War Memorials

Pentre Chirk War Memorial

Pentre War Memorial commemorates those local people who died in two world wars. The memorial is located beside the Newbridge to Chirk road at Pentre. Sources: Pentre Chirk War Memorial; photographs by Graham Lloyd. Back […]


Mary Ann BYRNES 1866-1922

Mary Ann Dickinson was born in Newcastle under Lyme, Staffordshire in 1866, she was the daughter of William Dickinson and Mary Fallon. Her father was a Sergeant Major with the 3rd Staffordshire militia. Her mother […]


Samuel ELLIS c1816 – 1880

SAMUEL ELLIS c1816 – 1880 SARAH ELLIS c1814 – 1884 SAMUEL ELLIS was born in Liverpool about 1816. On 1 June 1840 he married Sarah Edwards who was from Dublin.  They married at St Oswalds […]


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