Author Topic: George H Davies, which one?  (Read 901 times)

Offline fairlane

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Re: George H Davies, which one?
« Reply #9 on: Friday 01 April 16 22:27 BST (UK) »
The 1911 census you have details of looks very likely. George H Davies with wife Matilda as you know from your lookup he states he was born in Rhoswiel. There is a marriage of George Henry Davies with a Matilda Bowyer on the same page in Oswestry district in 1906 - Oct-Nov-Dec qtr  Ref: 6a 1471.
Good luck with your research.
Fairlane
Edwards - Cheshire/Denbighshire
Dale, Lloyd, Potts, Vaughan - Cheshire
Humpherson - Shropshire
Ludlam - Yorkshire/Lancashire
Beasley - Buckinghamshire
Dick, Laird, Lambie, McInnes, McKechnie, Robertson, Semple - Lanark/Renfrew
Jordan - Drogheda
Maddison, Thirlwell, Nevin- Co. Durham/Northumberland
Walker - Yorkshire/Notts;
Jackson - Westmorland

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Re: George H Davies, which one?
« Reply #10 on: Friday 01 April 16 22:31 BST (UK) »
Thank You, I'm going to spend some time on it now, he's the last one in that family group that I need the last bits of info on so hopefully I'll get there. If only Davies was an easy surname to research  ::)
North Wales - Davies, Hardy, Martin, Parry, Griffiths, Smith, Johnson, Bolas
Durham - Pickering, Smith, Ritchey, Chicken
Northumberland - Bickerton, Byers, Pringle
Australia - Davies, Pickering
USA/ Canada - Ritchey, Pickering

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