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red mail Pierce and Waltho family, Llandudno.
I've come to a dead end tracing this branch of my family tree. Does anyone remember Gertrude and Robert Pierce, grocers, died 1937 and 1938. Two children - Eric (born 1919) died in WW2 and Dorothea, who married Richard C Waltho in 1938. The family lived at "Guildford" in Lloyd Street and "Guildford" in Claremont Road. Can't find any children born to the Walthos, neither can I find Dorothea and Richard Waltho's deaths in the indexes. They appear to have vanished - perhaps emigrated? Any help or suggestions gratefully received.
red mail Mills/Taylor/Hopkins
Information wanted Sidney Bertie Mills born in Cheltenham 1874, Florence taylor born 1880 in oswestry both spent their adult life in Llandudno and lived in Curzon Street where they had a guest house, he was a keen horseman and used to spend time with the beach donkeys in his later years. Also samuel Hopkins who may have been married to Florence taylor - marriage 1906 in Conway district
red mail evan and bridget roberts
looking for any information on evan and bridget nee Somers (Ireland ) evan came from bangor where his father was a tailor. what part of Ireland did bridget come from and when did she come here,
red mail jeramiah and sarah jones
jeramiah and sarah live at llanrhos and had come up to live in LLandudno from Meifod.they had andrew joseph,willam, jane E (GINNY) who moved to live in Rugby and had a son called Ralph James, who was an officer in the army and then worked in a library in Liverpool.David owen who had a daughter called Florrie and a son called.. william who died in the pacific on a destroyer.Jack tay (john) who had a grocer shop in penrhyn bay then a fish and chip shop in glan conwy. they had a son called john and a daughter jean.
red mail Park House Mostyn Street
I have been told that the Park House Hotel was owned by my great great grandparents, John and Elizabeth Jones. John Morris Jones died in 1916, Elizabeth in 1936 and Park House was mentioned on both their headstone inscriptions. I have been unable to locate any information on Park House, other than on the 1901 census when it appears under Littlers Buildings as more of a boarding house. I would be grateful for any information.
red mail Edwards
Traced from John Edwards 1789 (Amlwch) to Llandudno bathing machine proprietors 1930's. Lots of loose ends, can anyone help?
red mail Powell
Looking for any family details of Sarah Powell, my great grandmother, born in Llandudno in 1841 in particular her parents. Her mother is buried at St. Tudno's church . Terence
red mail looking for crickleigh brothers
i am looking to find what i can about the crickleigh brothers if any one can tell me more it would be nice
red mail Hughes
Need information please on David Hughes who migrated to Australia in 1844 or earlier. He is said to be related to Australia's Prime Minister Billy Hughes. When Billy's mother Jane nee Morris died,the 6-year-old child was sent to Llandudno, Caernarvonshire to live with his mother's family and attended school. His father William Hughes, a joiner, remained in London. He is shown in the 1881 census as having been born in Holyhead but I cannot find an entry for him there. He may have been born in Llandudno. I have a likely David Hughes, born on 27 Feb.1825 at HOLYHEAD to William Hughes and Mary Ellis married there on 15 April 1816. I need to establish a connection between David and William Hughes. Can anyone help, please? Also, how do I access Welsh emigration records? Many thanks. Kurt

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