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Cestr. - abbreviation for Cestrensis, of Chester. Cestrian - inhabitant Deva - Roman name for Chestre
 
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Davies (169741)
I am tracing my family tree does anyone have any connections? 1901 census 8 trinity st frederick head 60 gunmaker selina daug 14 1891 frederick 51 catherine wife 48 eliza dau 19 kate dau 17 selina dau 4 i have other details
DRAYTON, Edward and Jane (117713)
Edward Drayton born 28 Jun 1863 Welshpool, Montgomeryshire. Married Jane Rogers 1891 Forden reg dist, Montgomeryshire. Moved to Shrewsbury and subsequently Chester as a railway worker. 1901 Census at 16 Cross Street, Chester: Edward Drayton b. Welshpool age 37 railway porter. Wife Jane Drayton (1862) and two sons: John Edward DRAYTON (1892) and Norman George DRAYTON (1895). Very interested in any more information about this family and descendants.
RHODEN (97119)
seeking family tree members of RHODEN family in Chester and surrounding areas.
Nagle and Crawforth in Chester (57973)
Having just discovered last month that a John Enoch NAGLE married my great great aunt Louisa CRAWFORTH. They married in 13th October 1875 in Kensington London. This information I have taken from their marriage certificate. The writing on it isn't fantastic and very hard to decipher. We've managed to make a bit of progress thanks to another researcher helping me to decipher the writing on the certificate. His profession could be a cartier. His father from what I can read is Patrick (Bartholomew) NAGLE. Again with help of other researchers we've managed to find out John was born in France very possibly Bouologne. We know both he and his father lived there. At some stage the family moved to Cheshire as seen on census again another researcher sent me this. I really apperciate how helpful people are. It does mean a lot If anyone has any further information on their children, descendants or is a descendant. I'd love to hear and get more information on this branch of the family. You may even know about branches of my family.
john anglesey (47412)
john anglesey-born 1805 married ann jones-born 1806 looking for parents of each thanks
A TAILOR IN CHESTER & MACCLESFIELD (40883)
I would dearly love info on a tailor in Chester c. 1840-1850. My ancestor, Job Turner was actually born in Macclesfield and was a tailor but was only 16 years old when he committed a crime. He continued to work as a tailor while he did his time. I suspect he was apprenticed but have no proof. Also, I wonder if the court was in Chester but he didn't actually move there. Anyway, he was then granted a Royal Pardon but with the proviso to emigrate to Australia. He did, c. 1846.
West Yorkshire Regt (P.W.O) (40427)
My late Grand-father served with the 2nd Batt West Yorkshire Regt (P.W.O) during the 2nd Boer War 1899-1902. Anyone that also had a family member that took part in that campaign and with said regiment is welcome to make contact for exchanging information and general help.
Di PONIO - MARCHO - MAZZONE - Italians in Chester and Wales (35108)
If anyone has any info on these families listed, please contact me. Di Ponio (Deponeo, Diponio, Deponio, D'Ponio etc) - Marcho (Marco etc) - Mazzone (Mazzoni etc) - Gizzi - Gentile (Gentili, Gentilli etc) - all from Chester, Rhyll, Cardiff, Swansea, Liverpool, Birkenhead and that area.

 
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