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Offline sgburgess

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Re: Butchers Arms Llandrinio
« Reply #9 on: Monday 16 November 20 15:00 GMT (UK) »
Thank you so much for responding and for alerting me to the responses! I would love the additional Burgess info or other about the Butcher's Arms. I think that the last time I was on this forum was about 9 years ago, so I'm extra-delighted to hear from you on the forum.
I understand that my 2nd great grandfather, John Burgess, was the proprietor there around the turn of the last century. I've since visited a 2nd cousin who lives not too far from there, and he showed me the town, the area, and John's headstone. I spoke with the fellow who had recently purchased, moved into, and remodeled the house that John lived in. The apartment flat on the same street looks to have been a remodeled Butchers Arms, actually. A great uncle went to the Catholic school down the street from there, and drowned in the Severn.
I welcome any news you have. Many thanks again!
-Steve

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Re: Butchers Arms Llandrinio
« Reply #10 on: Tuesday 17 November 20 07:50 GMT (UK) »
I have sent you a message to A Owen