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red mail Robert Davies b 1814
I am looking for evidence of my GG grandfather who throughout his life stated Buckley as his birthplace in Buckley. He was a blacksmith and before 1840 he had settled in Shropshire. I would love to know his family who originated in Buckley. Mum was so proud of her Welsh heritage. His wife was Mary who was born in Shropshire.
red mail Mary Freeney
Looking for Mary Freeney born 1857/58. Father James mother probably named Mary. Believed to be Irish immigrants. Mary married Richard Trotter, living Stockton on Tees 1881 census.
red mail moffatt/cook
looking for Joan Moffat or Moffatt her mother's maiden name was Lilian Cook and came from the North East of England. I believe her father was a farmer near Mold
red mail Jones, Lloyd, Williams
I am seeking information on Joseph Jones, grocer, and his family. Joseph was born in Northop in 1823. He married Elizabeth Lloyd in Harwarden in 1853 and they had children, including Mary, b. Mold, Samuel, b. Mold, and Arthur, b. Buckley 1857. Arthur married Elizabeth Williams in Lancashire in 1887 and they had 4 children; Margaret, Joseph Henry, Thomas Ellis, and Mary
red mail Croft nee Jones
I am looking for anyone with information on the life of Rebecca Croft nee Jones (1907-1999)who lived with the Hollins family firstly in Ewloe and later in Buckley.Thanks to anyone who can help
red mail Buckley, Cheshire or Flintshire
I am looking for baptism records for James Randles. According to the 1851 census for the village of Hargrave ( Foulk Stapleford )Cheshire he was born about 1794. He lists Buckley Cheshire as his place of birth. I am aware there was a Buckley, Hawarden, which was in a Cheshire registration District. Can anyone help with finding where his baptism record for 1794 can be accessed. David
lost friend
can anyone please tell me if there is a local paper in Buckley in which I could place a personal ad for a friend with whom I have lost contact.
red mail buckley
Buckley,Bwcle,Family of Buckley in this area possibly since ancient times,possibly Anglo-Saxon. Area map shows Buckley Mountain. Originally Cheshire,now Flintshire.Interestingly an early (mis)spelling of the name appears to be Bulclough (wich means large mountains) and is specific to the area of mountains in central Cheshire

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