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Llangynhafal, Llanganhafal Denbighshire
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red mail Llangynhafal Parry
I am trying to find out more of the life of Caroline Roseta Parry. Born to William and Maria Parry, of 2 Commins, Llangynhafal on November 23 1881. She married Capt. H. M. Delano-Osborne in 1905, and after living for some time on the Isle of Wight, and in Essex, came back to live in Holywell, where they had a little shop in Greenfield Road. She died in 1970 and is buried in Greenfield cemetery. If anyone remembers her, or has any information about her or her family I would be very grateful, in particular how she met the captain, who was from a wealthy family on the Isle of Wight. Was she in service somewhere?
Posted: 2016, Member logged in: 2020
red mail Thomas / Robert Eyton ca 1800
Seeking some information about Thomas EYTON of Llangynhafal, who died ca 1800. A 1791 mention noted him as a Merchant. His wife was Alice ROBERTS Eyton, and two known sons were Thomas and Robert (1744-1828). I have his Will; am interested in anything concerning his position in the community. Thank you! Nancy (researching from California)
red mail Parry & Jones LLangynhafal
Looking for information about Parry family living in LLangynhafal. Richard Parry (born around 1794), wife Margaret and son William (born around 1833). Also looking for Jones family - Ann Jones school mistress at School House, Golden Lion in 1861 and children Mary Ann, Maria, Ann, John, Richard.

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