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Re: Look ups at Flintshire Records Office
« Reply #9 on: Saturday 11 September 04 14:39 BST (UK) »
Hi Donna,
I hope to get to the archives next week, I'll have a look.
Do you have Richard & Mary in Woodside Houses on the 1881 Census.
Paul.

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Re: Look ups at Flintshire Records Office
« Reply #10 on: Saturday 11 September 04 16:40 BST (UK) »
I do thanks and then back at Battery Row in 1891 which is a bit strange then in 1901 Richard is living with his unmarried daughter in New Road Holywell. I think I have his death in Dec qtr 1901 still in Holywell.

I haven't done much with this branch yet as I can't get to Wales as easily as Liverpool to do the research maybe this is the push I need.

Donna
Surname interests Soundie, Brookfield, Healey/Heeley, Frost, Handley, Goodall Weaver, Evans, Pagett, Waywell/Whaywell, Haimes, Jones, Roberts, Cummins Ryder, Bleasdale and Foley, Jackson, Robinson, Calvert and Grayson.
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Re: Look ups at Flintshire Records Office
« Reply #11 on: Saturday 11 September 04 18:56 BST (UK) »
Been looking on IGI and have found these
Chapel Street Congregational or Independent  Holywell

Elizabeth Evans b7 jun 1824 father David
Richard Evans b18Jun 1826 parents David and Cathrine baptized 2 Jul 1826
Susannah 1836 father David

Not sure if this is helpful

Donna
Surname interests Soundie, Brookfield, Healey/Heeley, Frost, Handley, Goodall Weaver, Evans, Pagett, Waywell/Whaywell, Haimes, Jones, Roberts, Cummins Ryder, Bleasdale and Foley, Jackson, Robinson, Calvert and Grayson.
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Re: Look ups at Flintshire Records Office
« Reply #12 on: Monday 13 September 04 16:21 BST (UK) »
thanks paul that did help i dont suppose you could find the marrige for his parents john and elizabeth so i can take the line back further scouser :-*

Hi scouser,

I had a look, but could not find a marriage of Joseph & Eliz,
in Hamner. Sorry mate.
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Re: Look ups at Flintshire Records Office
« Reply #13 on: Monday 13 September 04 18:27 BST (UK) »
Excellent Paul - what a fast response!

Not only the exact dates, which is what I really wanted, but also the name of the Church, which I've been trying to find for AGES. and to top it all, ANOTHER offspring.

However William Henry must have popped his clogs quite handy, as there is no further record of him at all.

Don't suppose there's a chance you could look up burials for him at all?

Great stuff,

D ap D

Hi D ap D,
Had a look in the Buckley Burials for William, nothing I'm afraid. Be glad to help with anything else you might have.
How about a Photo of the Church? if I can get my mate to nip up with his digital camera, it's only 5 or 6 miles up the road.
Paul

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Re: Look ups at Flintshire Records Office
« Reply #14 on: Monday 13 September 04 19:02 BST (UK) »
hi paul thanks anyway they must of married somewere else,scouser :(
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Re: Look ups at Flintshire Records Office
« Reply #15 on: Monday 13 September 04 20:03 BST (UK) »
Been looking on IGI and have found these
Chapel Street Congregational or Independent  Holywell

Elizabeth Evans b7 jun 1824 father David
Richard Evans b18Jun 1826 parents David and Cathrine baptized 2 Jul 1826
Susannah 1836 father David

Not sure if this is helpful

Donna

 Hi Donna,
Had alot to do today for other people, you came of far the best.
Marriage; 22/2/1822, David Evans to Catherine Jones  Marriage;22/6/1850, Richard Evans, Greenfield, Father; David (Labourer) To  Mary Jones, High St, Father; William(Shoe maker).
Marriage;19/2/1853, Thomas Evans, Battery Row, Father David(Carter) To Mary Owens, Greenfield, Father, John (Cotton Spinner)

Baptisms;                             Parents
29/6/1851; Louisa Alice, Richard & Mary. Battery Row
9/12/1855; Walter William,     "        "       Bagillt St
20/4/1861; Richard,                "        "       High St
                                              Parents
19/3/1854; Amelia,          Thomas & Mary, Battery Row
18/5/1856; John David            "       "              "     
29/8/1858; Maria Elizabeth      "      "              "     
1/8/1860;   Grace                     "      "               "
17/9/1862; Henry                    "       "               "
8/2/1864;   Thomas Henry        "       "              "
17/8/1866; Edward                   "        "               "
4/5/1868;   Thomas Henry         "        "              "
1/2/1871;   Mary Anne              ""         "            "
                                                     Parents
29/9/1822; Thomas                David & Catherine
8/3/1829;   Mary                        "               "
 All Evans, just to save me time.
What do you think, let me know?

Paul.

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Re: Look ups at Flintshire Records Office
« Reply #16 on: Tuesday 14 September 04 02:32 BST (UK) »
Thanks very much for that I have just logged on at work on a night shift and found your message. They look very promising don't they. Were they at Chapel Street congregational?

There was a Thomas listed on the 1871 a few houses down from Richard and David so thought he might be another son but didn't want to assume being Evans and Wales  ;)

So it looks like Richard and Mary had a Walter William that died as he is not on any other census and used the name Richard more than once as my Richard was born in c1866. Will have to get looking for deaths to confirm.

Bagillt street rings a bell as well but not sure why. very frustrating as my file is at home and I am at work   :-[

Will have to organize a trip to Flintshire records sometime

Donna
Surname interests Soundie, Brookfield, Healey/Heeley, Frost, Handley, Goodall Weaver, Evans, Pagett, Waywell/Whaywell, Haimes, Jones, Roberts, Cummins Ryder, Bleasdale and Foley, Jackson, Robinson, Calvert and Grayson.
Searching in Liverpool, Shropshire, London, Worcester and Holywell, Stafford and Cheshire.  (and eventually in Ireland) :-)

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Re: Look ups at Flintshire Records Office
« Reply #17 on: Tuesday 14 September 04 08:26 BST (UK) »
How about a Photo of the Church? if I can get my mate to nip up with his digital camera, it's only 5 or 6 miles up the road.

Many thanks for your time and your offer Paul. Since you gave me the name of the church, I've found a photo on the Clwyd FHS site.
Much appreciated anyway.

D ap D
Stuck with:
William Williams of Llanllyfni
John Jones in Llanelli
Evan Evans in Caio
David Davies of Llansanffraid
Evans: Caio/Carms
Jones: CDG, DEN

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