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Offline cae howell

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Grandmother
« on: Tuesday 06 August 13 13:44 BST (UK) »
I'm  trying to find out about my grandmother she married my grandfather in 1914 her name was Margaret Parry his name was Thomas Owen Williams they married in Valley Anglesey she was married before to a John Owen Parry and they lived in Baker Street Holyhead I believe he died in 1901 I don't know much about her only that she was brought up in Holyhead hope someone can help or if they are on some ones family tree would be appreciate thank you
griffiths Anglesey,, thomas Holyhead,,Liverpool

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Re: Grandmother
« Reply #1 on: Tuesday 06 August 13 13:59 BST (UK) »
Hi was this Margaret in 1901?

John Parry 30 b Carnarvon
Margaret 22 b Holyhead
John Owen 2 b Holyhead
Margaret Ellen 7months b Holyhead
Residing at 27, Grocer Shop, Baker Street, Holyhead
Census ref RG13/5299/13/17
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Re: Grandmother
« Reply #2 on: Tuesday 06 August 13 15:07 BST (UK) »
Don't know if these marriages are familiar, not sure if they are who you are after:

6 January 1899 at Holyhead Registry Office
Margaret Elizabeth Jones, 21, spinster, of Queen's St, Holyhead (father Owen Jones, mariner)
John Thomas Parry, 27, bachelor, mariner, of Wynne St, Holyhead (father John Thomas Parry, platelayer, deceased)

23 October 1914 at Tabor Chapel, Valley
Margaret Parry, 38, widow, of Baker St, Holyhead (father Owen Jones, mariner, deceased)
Owen Thomas Williams, 40, bachelor, carter, of Baker St, Holyhead (father David Williams, saddler, deceased)

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Re: Grandmother
« Reply #3 on: Tuesday 06 August 13 15:22 BST (UK) »
 ;D Thanks for above, do not know why but John Owen Parry a few years later is a John T? Which leads to this 1891:-

Ellen Jones 48 Wife
Margaret E 13
Ellen J 10
Edward 9
William H 4
Hugh J 18 occ Sailor
All born Holyhead
Residing at 12, Queens Street, Holyhead
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Re: Grandmother
« Reply #4 on: Tuesday 06 August 13 17:04 BST (UK) »
thank you yes that is the family i'm after all I know is that Margaret was brought up in Holyhead but before that I don't know thank you once more for your help I was told Margarets father was a mate on a schooner out of Portmadog
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« Reply #5 on: Sunday 11 August 13 20:56 BST (UK) »
hi cae just got back to working  my owen and williams family tree i have a owen miller parry my great great granddad he married a margrate     any connections  my family seam to be same area where your from we chatted before my family come from llandrygarn both side owen from gwyndy mawr williams from glanar fron   i have done most of my tree  i do visit anglesey to do my research went to gwyndy mawar last year my dad was born at cwter howell excuse my grammar not to good at this hope you can understand my message lol cheers glenys owen 
owen and  williams   anglesey          brooks lancs  sporston cheshire