Author Topic: Llandwrog, Bryntrallwyn, Jones  (Read 999 times)

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Re: Llandwrog, Bryntrallwyn, Jones
« Reply #54 on: Monday 28 September 20 23:40 BST (UK) »
Hi, Wootsie,

That would be great, thank you! You can tell me all about life in Carmel & Cilgwyn, too.

Iíll let you know when my chauffeur is free!  ;)

Hope to see you soon!
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Reid: Lamington; Glasgow; Dundee.
Parry: Conwy; Gyffin; Penmaenmawr; Dwygyfylchi.
Jones: Llandwrog; Eglwysbach
Davies: Llanrwst; Llansannan; Llanfairtalhaiarn; Llangerniew; Pandy Tudur; Gwytherin; Denbighshire.

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Re: Llandwrog, Bryntrallwyn, Jones
« Reply #55 on: Thursday 01 October 20 20:53 BST (UK) »
@Tall Al, would you mind telling me where I could get the booklets from for graves in and around Carmel, Gwynedd please? I'm trying to locate the grave of a Richard Thomas born around 1840 at either Amlwch or Llanerchymedd on Anglesey but is living at Carmel for most of his life.

I'm struggling to pinpoint which Richard Thomas he may be from the several that show up so I'm hoping that a grave inscription might give his date of birth, or narrow it down a bit. I've physically looked at both non-conformist cemeteries in the village but had no luck so I'm now thinking obtaining documents might be easier as I'm also trying to clarify details of his 3 wives!!

Diolch yn fawr :)

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Re: Llandwrog, Bryntrallwyn, Jones
« Reply #56 on: Friday 02 October 20 08:10 BST (UK) »
Hi,

Just to clarify a couple of things -

a) St Thomas Church was not completed until August 1853 so there are no entries before that date.

b) There is no Richard Thomas buried at St Thomas according to my booklet.

c) Gwynedd Family History Society has lots of booklets for Anglesey and other parts of North Wales - you can become a member or just purchase the publications/booklets from their web site - www..gwyneddfhs.co.uk

Hope this helps in your searches

Alan

 


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Re: Llandwrog, Bryntrallwyn, Jones
« Reply #57 on: Friday 02 October 20 09:31 BST (UK) »
Hi,

Using a combination of Free BMD and North Wales BMD, I think it is possibly your Richard Thomas who died in Dec quarter 1918 age 77 at Llandwrog.

You could order a death certificate to see if it is him from either the GRO or North Wales BMD

Alan

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Re: Llandwrog, Bryntrallwyn, Jones
« Reply #58 on: Friday 02 October 20 11:28 BST (UK) »
Hi,

Using a combination of Free BMD and North Wales BMD, I think it is possibly your Richard Thomas who died in Dec quarter 1918 age 77 at Llandwrog.

You could order a death certificate to see if it is him from either the GRO or North Wales BMD

Alan

Hi Woostie,

If you do order a death certificate, Iíd recommend the GRO pdf upload option as theyíre accessible to upload in about 2 days, whereas the certificates are taking at least a couple of months, or at least the ones Iíve been requesting have been.

Thanks again #Tall Al for your information on St Thomasí dates.

Wallbanger  :)
Reid: Lamington; Glasgow; Dundee.
Parry: Conwy; Gyffin; Penmaenmawr; Dwygyfylchi.
Jones: Llandwrog; Eglwysbach
Davies: Llanrwst; Llansannan; Llanfairtalhaiarn; Llangerniew; Pandy Tudur; Gwytherin; Denbighshire.

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Re: Llandwrog, Bryntrallwyn, Jones
« Reply #59 on: Friday 02 October 20 14:59 BST (UK) »
@Tall Al, thank you for checking. I've now ordered a couple of booklets myself, so thanks for the link, hopefully they will come in useful :)

@Wallbanger, thanks for that advice, it's very handy to know these things :)