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red mail Gladstone Oyster Bar
Ann THOMAS (b.1822-1833)gave her father as John THOMAS quarryman when she married Heinrich Lockband (b. Holstein, Germany 1820). They are living with a related GEBHARDT family in Swansea in 1871. Ann and her husband then ran a Coffee Bar in Beaufort Buildings (1881). She was widowed and remarried John HUMPHREYS (b. Witney, Oxon). Together they ran the Gladstone Oyster bar, next to The Mermaid Hotel on The Parade. Any info gratefully received.
Posted: 2007, Member logged in: 2019
red mail JOHN SYLVESTER DAVIES/LILIAN MARGARET DAVIES
I am looking for any information on the above people after the 1911 Census. At that time, they were living in Oystermouth with their widowed mother, Sarah Frances Davies. John (born 1885 in Mountain Ash, Glamorgan) was an Insurance Agent and Lilian (born in Mountain Ash in c.1889), was a General Domestic Servant. Any information gratefully received.
Posted: 2014, Member logged in: 2017
red mail James Aikin, George Aikin, Kortright & Brock
Hi Looking for any information relating to George Aikin b abt 1755, died 1807 and buried in Oystermouth. George was a Captain in His Majesty's 37th Regiment of foot and a Major, Bengal Artillery. He I believe was married to Kate Donlavy. He is the grandson of James Aikin, Aide de Camp to the Duke of Marlborough. This is all I know so any little snippet would be helpful, other family names include Brock & Kortright also with connections with Oystermouth. Many thanks Also a connection with Norton Cottage/Lodge


 
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