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Caernarvonshire / Re: Burial Register llanfair is gaer
« on: Monday 27 August 18 06:12 BST (UK)  »
The list I posted to gives you a list of records for Llanfair Isgaer that the record office holds. You would either have to visit their office (which is on the quay in Caernarvon) or ask for a copy of the relevant list. I know from past visits to the cemetary that the burials covered start as early as 1771 so there are some details missing.

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The pub sign you see in the photo is the present County Arms and if I remember correctly the Druid was next door to the right

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Try the Bangor Civic Society for a post about pub/pubs. Havn't time to look myself http://www.bangorcivicsociety.org.uk/pages/messagesf.htm

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The Common Room / Re: Rootschat's Victorian Photos Website!!!
« on: Wednesday 10 December 14 17:38 GMT (UK)  »
I have cabinet photos with photographer on my website that you can include.
Go to photos then Bangor. Any problems please ask.
www.welshgenealogy.net

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Caernarvonshire / Re: Mary Roberts
« on: Saturday 28 June 14 11:21 BST (UK)  »
Forgot to mention I found it in the 1861 census  >:(

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Caernarvonshire / Re: Mary Roberts
« on: Saturday 28 June 14 11:18 BST (UK)  »
Ancestry is showing a match for your names and 1837 birth date for a birth in Millbrook, Bedfordshire. This seems a bit far out for what you have posted, but thought I'd mention it.

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Caernarvonshire / Re: William John Jones of Tregarth family connections
« on: Saturday 28 June 14 10:59 BST (UK)  »
Nearest small confectionary shops are the one on Beach Road next to Hackers Tyres and facing the George V playing field that has a football field on it. The other was on the road to the Pier and was run for years by Tommy Jones former manager of Bangor City football club.
If there is a headstone on the grave I can take a photo of it. I live quite close.

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Caernarvonshire / Re: John Evans - Is it hopeless?
« on: Monday 16 June 14 12:22 BST (UK)  »
Penrhyn Castle is now run by the National Trust and the staff there are very helpful. You could try ringing them. http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/penrhyn-castle/
If John remained in the area till he died it's possible he may be buried in Llandegai churchyard which has a few members of Penrhyn staff buried there.

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