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red mail Samuel Jones - engine driver
I am trying to trace the parents of Samuel Jones b.1856 or 1857 in Pentre Broughton. He married Ann Johnson from Rhosllanerchrugog in June 1879. They had at least 7 children, Sarah, Richard Henry, Sephora, Mary Elizabeth, Ann, Alice Maud and Gwendolin. Samuel was an Engine Driver. If anyone can help I would be very grateful. Many thanks
Posted: 2011, Member logged in: 2017
red mail love family
does anyone know of the love family who lived in mathias green pentre broughton around 1880 to 1917? robert and elizabeth love had at least 8 children, mary ellen, anne, eliza, robert thomas, charles, john samuel, oswald(my grandfather)and kate.i think robert senior worked in brymbo steelworks and oswald down the pit.there was also a rosina love who was robert and elizabeths grandaughter, living with them on the 1911 census. i am trying to find out more about roberts parents, he was born in crook durham in 1853 but can find no trace of his birth, my info being mainly from census's. any info appreciated.
red mail Edward and Sarah Elizabeth Williams
Sarah Elizabeth nee Crawford was born on 17.12.1877 in Pentre Broughton. She married Edward in Wrexham Parish Church 20.11.1899.Her father William was the publican of the Black Horse when they married. They had many children including Arthur born at the Tunnel Inn in 1912, May born in Black Lane Road in 1906 and Maud born at the Mason's Arms in 1919 plus Doris and 'Pet'. Family stories seem to indicate that she was the liscense holder. Edward, born @ 1875 was a collier but became a Parish Councillor and a County Councillor. His parents were Samuel, who could have been killed in the Gresford Mining disaster of 1901 and Hannah Parry. Anybody know anything about them?
red mail Herbert Fisher
Can anybody shed any light on the Herbert Fisher who had a wooden shop on the Bryn Road, which was at one point the Moss Post Office. This is mentioned in the 'Broughton, Then and Now' publication.
red mail PUGH family
Any information please on Joseph Pugh c 1858 who married Mary Ann. They had four children Emily, Joh, Walter and Mary Elizabeth.

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