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red mail James PEMBERTON
Has anyone details of James born c1831 Staffordshire, married Hannah HUGHES, but left her between census 1861/1871? Lived 182 Moreton Above/ Rhostyllen. Married 1857. Children Edward 1858-1931; Sarah 1860; George 62-1934; Mary 1866-97; James 1869-1943; Thomas 1870.
red mail Martha Irene Hewitt
Looking for any information on Martha Irene Hewitt. She told the family she was born in November 1915 in Rhostyllen nr Wrexham. She believed her parents were on holiday there from Heswall in Cheshire. Father James, mothers name not known. There may have been relatives of James living in Hope or surrounding villages and were miners. CANNOT FIND ANY RECORD OF HER BIRTH. Was she adopted? Anyone know anything?
I am trying to track down my JONES ancestors from Rhostyllen. My JONES/Rhostyllen interest is mainly in my gg grandmother, Eliza JONES, born in Rhostyllen (probably 1818 to 1824), the daughter of John JONES, a stone mason. She married Charles WYNNE at Gresford Parish Church on 28 Dec 1844, when she was recorded as living in Gwersyllt. Eliza died on 7 Nov 1896, and is buried in St. Paul's Church, Broughton. I have no information on her (other than her father's name and trade) or her family prior to the marriage. Charles's grandaughter did visit some JONES cousins (Samuel and Llewelyn), in New York between 1912 and 1930, but I don't know if they connect through Eliza. Charles probably had a sister, Elizabeth (c1838, d1876), who married a Jesse JONES, a joiner from Coed Poeth, on 2nd March 1860 at Abbott Street Chapel, Wrexham. Jesse was the son of Thomas JONES, a miner. When Elizabeth died, her death was reported by brother-in-law, John JONES. I don't know if this was the same one as above. Elizabeth and Jesse's children included Wynn, Emma, Llewelyn (possibly the same as above) and Elizabeth. If anyone can fill in any gaps, that would be wonderful. Best wishes, John
red mail esclusham/abraham/jones mutton hall
i have family from this area; i have a richard jones who marries a barbara abraham they are born around 1806 we are not sure if exactly here. children are; betsey william joseph barbara enoch elias jane richard eliza 9 and one unknown ( they are born between 1833 c and 1871 - some i have traced a bit - i am descended through barbara. some are listed on wern burials including unknown on tombstone. father's address richard jones is mutton hall. barbara abraham is the daughter or ellis abraham and jane davies siblings edward ellis elizabeth and joseph born c 1806 to 1828. some of these i have in minera baptism records and ellis abraham 2nd married catherine roberts in 1849 - from a later census this may have been her 2nd marriage. farmers and miners. some move to county durham anyone got any history - i have photos of mutton hall. what happened to the abraham family. thanks vivien
red mail Evans family
Evans family edward b.1812 eliza b.1819 children thomas 1844 edwin 1848. edwin went on to run New Black Horse Inn it was left to him by a John Evans Im trying to find what the connection is between them, can anyone please help, also is the inn still there. Many thanks
red mail Evans
I am looking for Nicholas Evans. My mother (Alice Chase), sister (Millicent) and I (Dorothy)were evacuated from Liverpool during the war. We stayed with an elderly couple (husband known as Uncle Joe I believe). Nicholas Evans lived down the street. I would appreciate contact from Nicholas Evans or family members since he may have passed on by now. Thank you,
red mail Timberlake
I am looking for any information about the Timberlake family. The children of Alfred Reuben and Elizabeth born 1864 and 1871 and their children: George, Emily, Stanley, Alfred, Rose, Gwendolene, Herbert (all born Esclusham Below) and their ancestors descendants. Stanley was my grandfather. It seems their are no Timberlakes left in the area.

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