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Llanaber (near Barmouth) Merionethshire
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red mail William Harper Penrallt Barmouth Barmouth, Abermaw
William Harper's family moved from Liverpool some time after the 1901 Census and he and his parents (father and stepmother from second marriage), originally from Unst, Shetland, and two of his brothers (Peter and John) were all living in Arthog at the 1911 Census. His father Peter died in Barmouth Junction (Morfa Mawddach) in 1919; have not yet traced his mother's death. William died in 1966 aged 84 and is described as a retired theatre manager. He left a widow (name unknown, but initials M H). Does anyone out there know more of this branch of the Harper family?
red mail Vaughans and Humpheys in Barmouth Barmouth, Abermaw
John Vaughan a boatman and Gwen (nee Lewis) lived on Penygraig near to St Georges cottages in 1841 to 1881 and their family after that. John was born 12/08/1792 in Llwyngwril ( Llangelynin parish) to John and Elizabeth (nee Griffiths) John Humphreys was born in Barmouth and his wife was Mary ?. He was a mariner and never on a census although his family were. These were my g.grandparents. Their children William Humphreys and Ellen/Elin/Eleanor Vaughan married and moved to Liverpool where they remained. Does anyone have any interest in them or can help me with info. Thank you. Alan
red mail Kirk family Barmouth, Abermaw
I am looking for information on the KIRK family who lived in Barmouth in the Mid to Late 1800's
red mail Bywater Family Barmouth, Abermaw
I am looking for information on Joseph Bywater who lived in Barmouth in the late 1800's
red mail Orielton Hall Barmouth Barmouth, Abermaw
Does anybody know of Orielton Hall in Barmouth? Is it still there? In 1901 it was owned by Col.H.E. Bentley, it was named after the home of his mother's family Orielton in Pembrokeshire. Judging by the census it was quite large and may have been being used as a convalescent home for the wounded in the Boer War. Any help at all, but of course especially any pictures, would be very much appreciated.
red mail The Cafe Arthog Arthog, Capel Arthog
Does anybody have any history or pictures of the Cafe at Arthog during the 1920's.It was kept by my Great grandparents William and Annie Edwards.Would be grateful for any response.Diolch
red mail Lewis Family of Llwyngwril Llwyngwril
I'm looking for any information on the family of William Lewis of Llwyngwril.He was born there in 1870.He died on August 15 1901 as a result of an accident at Pwllheli railway station.His parents were John and Catherine and they lived at Felin o'r Felin Isaf.Catherine died in 1900 aged 62yrs and John died in 1912 aged 75yrs both are buried in Llwyngwril.I would be grateful for any information.
red mail Powell family in Barmouth Barmouth, Abermaw
Would be interested in hearing from anyone else researching the Powell family in Barmouth.
red mail Gwenfron Adams Barmouth
Would anyone descending from Gwenfron Adams, daughter of John Adams, of Barmouth, please contact me. I think she would have been born in late 1800's. Thank you.
red mail Mayc Youth Hostel Fairbourne
The Methodist Association of Youth Clubs used to run a Hostel here in the 1960's.When I visited and worked there (1961-4),it was run by Donald Hoare and his wife.I had the happiest time, does anyone else remember it? Apart from the beautiful scenerythere was also a minature steam railway.

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