9:20:34 AM

Peter Hughes
I'm searching for info on my GGGF Joseph Hughes (born Bangor around 1834) and his parents Owen Hughes



4:11:50 PM

I am looking for an Obituary for a Cynwal Williams who I believed lived at 6 Mills Row and Dorvil Street at some time in Blaenau FFestiniog. I don't know his date or year of death but it was probably in the 1960's, but I may be wrong. he had a sister Jeannie who married a LLoyd (surname)



9:04:58 PM

Kim Munt
I am seeking information on my g-g-g-grandfather and family, JOHN and CATHERINE JONES, born 1843 and 41, their children,as shown in the 1881 census, JOHN 9, GRACE 6 and SHEM 5. The family address at time of census was TAN Y GRAIG Farm, Census Place: Llanfair-Fechan, Caernarvonshire. Son John later emigrated to Australia. Any information most appreciated. Regards



6:23:26 PM

rod willis
We are trying to trace any information regarding the family of Jane Catherine Jones nee Hughes born 1880 Minifford Terrace LlanfairPG daughter of Richard Hughes and Ann Hughes nee Evans Catherine had one half brother William John born 1889 and two half sisters Annie Mary born 1890 and Martha Ellen born 1894 their mother was Ann Hughes nee Jones the last three children all born at Cerric Brithion Llanfair PG. Does anyne know what happened to these three children as we can find no records of them apart from birth certificates. Jane was my wifes Grandmother who we also know very little any help much appreciated



8:28:18 PM

hi looking up the thomas simon come from bodedern angelesy 1844childen elizabeth simon born 1868 llanddeusantthomas simon born 1870 llanddeusantmary simon 1875 born broughtonellen simon born 1887 bagillt flintthomas simon 1892 my g father/email nappers69@hotmail.com



9:40:50 PM

David Lewis Pritchard
I've been receiving Gwynedd Roots magazine for about three years and find it a fascinating record of Welsh life. I'm hoping I might find some information of my own Welsh roots as my family come from Gwynedd.



7:25:13 PM

Caroline Head
I'm trying to trace my ggfather's sister, Margaret Jane Hughes (nee Jones). She was born in 1876 at Tynygwndwm in Cellan Cardiganshire. She ran the Royal Oak Hotel in Rachub from at least 1901 to 1916. She married Edward Hughes in 1902 at the Parish church in Llanllechid. I believe she had 4 children - Leonard Sharples 1903-1975, Iola Rees 1904-1980, Watkin Richard 1906-1984 and Hannah Rees 1906.



9:01:17 PM

Peter Scott
MyGranfather was William James Cannon his Twin was Edward DOB12feb1896 near the cob NO1Britannia Place Portmadoc FamilyTrade Hawker I can not find any details of GtGrandparents any help please many thanks



11:11:51 PM

Hoping to find information about the lives of Frederick and Elizabeth Richardson (nee Lloyd). Married in Caernarvon RO in 1897. Frederick, a retired Sergeant Major (Welsh Fusiliers) died aged 74 in Llanrug in 1938, and Elizabeth aged 87 in 1958. They lived in Arvonia Terrace, Llanrug. Family suggest that they had an 'adopted' daughter but no trace of one so far. Elizabeth was Welsh from Clynnog, and Frederick was an Enlishman. I have their BMDs, but would like to find out where they might be buried. A TW Thomas of Berwyn, Llanrug caused the body of Elizabeth to be buried in March 1958.Many thanks.



11:52:16 PM

Graham Pritchard
I am trying to trace details relating to my grandfather - John Thomas Pritchard, born 1870-1890 who worked in the Slate Quarry in Bangor and lived in Bethesda before moving to England. Can you assist please



3:13:47 PM

Mark Beard
I am trying to trace a Joyce Evelyn Thomas who lived at 119 Cae Mur Caernarvon Gwynedd. She would have lived here in the mid 1960's.



11:18:15 AM

Vyvyan Baxter
I am looking for any information about my Great,great Grandfather. His name was Hugh Jones and he lived at Cae Fynnon, Rhosgoch, Anglesey. His daughter,my great grandmother, Catrin, married Moses Thomas of Llandeiniolen. Any information would be most helpful.

New Zealand


10:32:53 AM

Lori Roberts
I am working on my family tree and trying to get info on Llanfachraeth, Anglesey, Wales where some of them were from.thanks for any help you can give me.Lori



5:56:49 PM

noreen foster nee bakewell
On the 16 July 1944 I arrived at Ppenrhyndeudraeth station as a evacuee from Kent.There was Mum ,2brothers,1 sister and me(18 mths).We were billeted with other families in a large farm house.We can not remember how far from the station.We think we only stayed a few weeks as the older ones did not go to school.Any help most welcome

United Kingdom


8:24:54 AM

Elena Fitzpatrick
ROBERTS TREFOR CAERNARFONSHIRE: William Roberts b1875 married Mary Ellis b Llanfairisgaer 1875, children Richard Llewellyn Roberts and Robert Ellis Roberts. They lived in Eifl Road.



1:17:49 PM

I hope you may be able to help me in my search for information on my Great Great Great Great Grandfather Johanus Benedictus who was the lone survivor of the Genoese shipwreck The Bronze Bell off Barmouth in 1709 He was born before 1694 in Italy and died in 1730 I know that this is a shot in the dark but his wife my GGGG Grandmother well I don't know who she is and whether or not they were married. I know that their children were Mary Bennett (Benedictus) born before 1730 in Llanddwywe Merionethshire married William Probert ( ap Robert) and died in 1799. The son of Benedictus was John Benedictus born 1714 in Llanddwywe Merionethshire died 1806 in Tal y bont and was married to Catherine I am aware that the shipwreck is part of Wales rich history and is a protected site. There have been films made about the wreck and programmes on BBC radio Wales however the name of this lady Benedictus's wife, escapes all and I am wondering if you could cast any light on who she may have been or point me in the right direction. I am asking a lot but even the smallest snippet of information might lead me to further discoveries. Here's hoping



8:31:29 PM

Jayne Licari (nee Edwards)
I would sincerely appreciate any help and support I could receive on tracing the marriage certificate of my great grandparents. I have been trying for years and in 3 weeks will be coming to North Wales from the Midlands so I can be confident in knowing I have traced them back and know I have the correct names of great, great grandparents to then trace.Details are:My Great Grandmother:Mary Ellen RobertsB - don't know where but must be approx 1888/9 based on her deathM - don't know when or where but first child was born whilst they lived in Llansaffraid, Glan Conwy in 1912. Husband: John Edward Roberts (often known just as Edward RobertsD - died Jan 30th 1969 aged 80 whilst living at 11 Dreflan, Mold. Buried Mold cemetery.John Edward Roberts - only info I have traced is his death on 13 Jan 1943 aged 53 also in Mold but I know he lived in Caerwys in 1914 and Glan Conwy in 1912.I believe both may have come more from the Conwy or Gwynedd area and am desperate to find their marriage certificate to identify fathers' names to enable me then to track where they are born.If anyone can help or even suggest where to go for help please let me know.Jaynejaynelicari@hotmail.com



8:29:47 PM

I hope you may be able to help me in my search for information on my Great Great Great Great Grandfather Johanus Benedictus who was the lone survivor of the Genoese shipwreck



6:54:19 PM

My great uncle David Taylor in the 1911 census lived in Llangefni and was headmaster of elementary school at Llanryddiad. He had a son Denis born 1912.If anyone knows any info of this family please contact me.



1:40:28 PM

Miriam O'Donnell
Griffith JONES and his wife, Catherine, had these children: Catherin (1844), John (1845), Ellen (1847), Ann (1849), Richard (1852), Griffith (1855), Mary (1858) and William (1861). They moved from Tynrhos, LLANBABO in 1851 to Gronant, Llanfacmarth in 1861 and to Fadog Lwyd, LLANFAETHLU in 1871, where they remained. The sons John Griffith JONES and Griffith JONES were still there as single men in 1911. I'm interested in this family, particularly in the eldest daughter, Catherine, her marriage and her children.



1:40:03 PM

Miriam O'Donnell
I'm searching for the families of William EVANS, a farmer (born Holyhead, 1791) who was married on 21st Nov 1821 to Margaret OWEN (born 1799-1801 at FADOGLWYD in LLANFAETHLU parish ) and their children, Richard (1823), Jane (1826), Evan (1827), William (1829), Margaret (1831), John (1836) and Thomas (1840). All children were born at FADOGLWYD and baptised in the LLANFAETHLU PARISH. Richard may have become a miller and married Margaret, who was born at Gwalchmai in 1823. This couple had two daughters, Jane 1848 and Mary 1850. Any information or contacts would be most welcome.



6:49:27 PM

Robin L. Taylor-Dunlop
I would appreciate any assistance in acquiring a birth cert. for Robert Edwards born approx. 1832-of Dolgellau, Merionethshire. He left for England while young to marry and stay in England.Thank you..God bless



7:14:00 PM

Marianne Morgan Golden
I am searching my family history and have found some relatives who lived at Chauntry House and Borthwen, Glyn Garth in the early 1900's. John Samuel Pritchard and his wife, lived in Beaumaris, where their 5 children were born. After John died, Jane married William Thornton-Jones and 4 more children. William and 2 of his sons were baristers in Bangor. Can you tell me where to find additional information on my family.Thank you,Marianne Morgan Golden



7:10:50 PM

Susan May
Hi, iam currently researchingmy welsh family of Owen. George Owen b1817 Mold Flintshire married Jane Williams b1837 Llanbedr, i think that George was probably married before as there is a few years difference can anyone help me find his first wife and or parents



12:09:30 AM

Gwyn Roberts
I have hit a brick wall concerning my Great-Great Grandfather GRIFFITH EVANS. He appears with his wife, Jane in each Census from 1851 to 1891 and the age difference fluctuates between 3 Years and 9 Years.Similarly the Place of Birth in the case of Jane varies between Dolgelley Caernarfon and Llanwnda. Griffith EVANS was a Railway Platelayer and died at Bangor Gwynedd on 17th November 1900 at the age of 83 years suggesting he was born in 1817.Jane EVANS nee WILLIAMS died at Bangor on 9th May 1906 aged 79 years suggesting that she was born about 1826 an age difference of 9 years.It is interesting to note that in the 1881 Census a Lodger appears to reside with the couple he being one JOHN EVANS 57 yrs a Miner born at Dolgellau and 2 years older than GRIFFITH. Was he an older brother. I have consistently been unsuccessful in determining the parentage and address of Griffith EVANS in Dolgellau and similarly failed to ascertain the roots of Jane EVANS nee Williams -at whatever location she was born.The answers have eluded me for over 25 years. Can anyone assist



3:20:27 PM

Gwyn Roberts
Seeking information regarding GRIFFITH EVANS, b. Dolgellau c.1817-1825: died Bangor 17.11.1900 He wed a



2:09:02 PM

Andrew Jones
whilst my jones, williams and beans family records go back to 1700's, i would like to locate my grandfather robert jones, b ruthin 1863, he did not join his wife and the 3 sons in wolverhampton in 1900.It is possible that he appears in the 1901 census as a lodger at cefnisaf llanbedr,merionethshire.is their anywhere i can search for him or his farmer employer john price? ever hopeful, andrew



10:27:17 PM

David Hull
Hello, My partner and I are researching her Owen family history in the Trawsfynydd area. We are keen to know of anyone or enyehere anywhere I could ask whether Ellis (aka Elsyn) Owen served on the staff (perhaps as head) of Bontddu school near Dolgellau in the 1920s or 1930s. I am loath to approach the school about something so offside for busy people. Best wishes Dave Hull



3:14:16 PM

David Hodgson
I am looking for descendants of Jeffrey Francis Hughes born 1936, born Llangoed. Father Griffith Hughes, Mother Doris May Hughes nee Hodgson (Hodson)David Hodgson.hodgson@ukf.net



10:12:11 AM

Helen Faulkner
I should be very grateful for any information about the birth/baptism of Alexander Moreland born in N.Wales 1819/20.His father was John and mother Margaret. John was a stonemason probably working on one of the famous civil engineering projects in N.Wales at the time. They moved to London soon after Alexander was born. I don't know where John or Margaret came from peviously. A record might just mention John's orgin. Any sugestions gratefully would be gratefully received.


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