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red mail FRITH and THOMAS
Frederick Frith and Sarah Thomas married at Bangor Register Office 4th March 1879 and lived in the Bangor area with the exception of 1891 Census where they appeared in Liverpool with son William aged 11. supposedly born Caernarvonshire c.1880. Frederick died 1908 in Bangor, a cabman, and is buried in Glanadda. Sarah remarried with widower Owen Evans, from Tregarth, in Llanllechid Church in 1912. She died in 1922 at Tanrhiw Road Tregarth and is buried in Glanadda with her first husband in an unmarked grave. No other information about son William Frith found to date. Any information about this family would be appreciated.
Posted: 2021
red mail JONES
I would like to find any descendents of Griffith JONES born c1840 in Bethesda (his parents were Thomas & Elizabeth JONES). He is on the 1871 census in Hirael, Bangor living with his wife Elizabeth at her mothers home. Their children are: Robert Thomas b1873; John Henry b1875; Richard Griffith b1876 & William Caradoc b c1878. Robert Thomas became a bank manager, John Henry a clerk, Richard Griffith a coal merchant & William Caradoc an estate agents clerk. Their father was firstly a quarryman & later a coal merchant. Richard Griffith worked with his father & presumably took over the business after his father retired. Richard Griffith would have been my father-in-law - he died before I met his son Richard Wynne JONES. I found Griffith living with his son Richard in the 1911 census and would like to know when he died. There are quite a few Griffith JONES's in the death notices in the Bangor area between 1911 - 1920. Richard Griffith JONES came to Liverpool c1920 probably after his fathers death as he isn't living with them in Liverpool. Any info would be gratefully appreciated. Thank you.
Posted: 2011, Member logged in: 2020
red mail HUGHES
I am looking for connections to Mary Hughes born 1836 in Bangor. She married William James in about 1859. I would like to know who her parents were. She and William had at least five children of whom I know - William,John,Charles, Jessie and Arthur Thomas who was born 1879. Any help would be appreciated.
Posted: 2010, Member logged in: 2016
red mail Mabel Bessie Llewellyn and Salvation Army
In 1901/02 my grandmother, Mabel Bessie Llewellyn, was in the Salvation Army at Bangor. While there she was made a Captain. By 1903, however, she was working for J M Barrie as his housekeeper. I am writing a book about her life titled It Might Have Been Raining, published by Elijah Editions, and I should be grateful for any details concerning her time in Bangor, please.
red mail Jane Williams daughter of Thomas Henry Williams
I am looking for any information on my Gt grandmother, Jane Willliams born between 1862 and 1864, the daughter of Thomas Henry Williams. I do not know her mothers name. The family have always understood she came from Bangor and my Granfather John Edward Price, pointed out a house, as they were driving through Bangor and said, "that was my mothers house". Unfortunately, no-one remembers which street the house was in. The stange thing is that on the Cheshire census where she lived after her marriage in 1884 to Thomas Price (1859,) she is stated as being born in Liverpool. I would be grateful for any details at all. Ann
red mail George Augustus Browness (1848/49-1908)
Looking for any info at all on the above, whose death was registered (clearly spelled "Browness") in Bangor, Caernarfonshire, Jul-Sep 1908, although there are no known links to the main "Browness" line. Only other known potential reference (1891 Census) shows a "George A. Bowness" (wife "Alice S.", son "Harold A.") working as an Oil & Colour Merchant in Great Bolton, Lancashire, who may (?) be the same.

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