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Hawarden & Flintshire Record Office

Hawarden & Flintshire Record Office

Posted: 31 Jan 2010 5:46PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Royston, Ware, Blackshaw, Williams, Catherall, Tyser, Mesham
Last year I asked for SKP to check some marriages here as I am unable to visit this office. I received this help for which I am extremely grateful.
Can I be cheeky and ask for help again, there is no rush?

The marriages are at St. Mary's Mold.

1918 (June quarter) Thomas Royston to Ivy H Ware
1859 (Dec quarter) William Blackshaw to Elizabeth Williams
1878 (Sep quarter) Thomas Catherall to Hannah Tyser(Mesham)
1842 (Dec quarter) Edward Mesham to Elizabeth Tyser

If I can help by checking Liverpool Records I will.

Thanks
Eileen

Re: Hawarden & Flintshire Record Office

Posted: 1 Feb 2010 11:27PM GMT
Classification: Query
Don't know when I'll be going next, but have copied your request into my task list.

Re: Hawarden & Flintshire Record Office

Posted: 2 Feb 2010 1:33PM GMT
Classification: Query
Thank you once again. I do appreciate your help. I have just found another one but don't know if it is at the record office.
1898 George Edwards and Elizabeth A Parry at St Deiniol, Hawarden. This is the Sept quarter.

As I have mentioned before there is no rush and if I can help you at anytime please let me know. My e-mail is e.simpson2(at)tiscali.co.uk Replace (at) with @ when contacting.

Regards
Eileen

Re: Hawarden & Flintshire Record Office

Posted: 12 Feb 2010 7:53PM GMT
Classification: Query
Hawarden, marriage after banns, 11th July 1898
George Edwards, 24, batchelor, joiner, address Aston, father William, labourer (deceased)
Elizabeth Alice Parry, 27, spinster, address Shotton, father John, labourer.
Witnesses, Catherine Walsh, Maggie Hughes, William John Hughes, William Hughes.
Officiating: C.P.Williams, Assistant Curate.

More to follow.
Tecwyn.

Re: Hawarden & Flintshire Record Office

Posted: 12 Feb 2010 8:01PM GMT
Classification: Query
Hawarden, marriage after banns, 31st December 1859
William Blackshaw, full age, batchelor, miner, address Arddynwent, father Thomas, foreman.
Elizabeth Williams, full age, spinster, address Broncoed, father William, miner.
Witnesses, Gabriel Williams, Charlotte Oldfield.
Officiating: William Briscoe, Curate.

If you're not sure where Arddynwent and Broncoed were, I can explain.

Tecwyn.

Re: Hawarden & Flintshire Record Office

Posted: 12 Feb 2010 8:09PM GMT
Classification: Query
Mold, marriage after banns, 14th December 1842
Edward Mesham, full age, batchelor, collier, address Bistre, father Edward, collier.
Elizabeth Tyser, full age, spinster, address Bistre, father Peter, collier.
Witnesses, Joseph Davies, Elizabeth Davies
Officiating: D.Williams, Curate.

Bride, groom & witnesses all made mark X.

Tecwyn

Re: Hawarden & Flintshire Record Office

Posted: 12 Feb 2010 8:22PM GMT
Classification: Query
Correction: the Ba;ckshaw/Williams marriage was at Mold.

Next:
Mold, marriage after banns, 1st July 1878
Thomas Catherall, 33, batchelor, collier, address Mold, father John, farmer.
Hannah Tyser, 36, spinster, address Mold, father blank, blank !!
Witnesses, Francis Jones, Mary Williams.
Officiating: W.D.Owen, Curate.

And finally, this one was at St Mary's Ysceifiog, not Mold.

Marriage after banns, 20th May 1918.
Thomas William Royston, 24, batchelor, coal miner, address 2 Frith’s Cottage, Buckley, father Thomas William Anthony, coal miner.
Ivy Helen Ware, 25, spinster, address Afonwen, Ysceifiog, father Robert, paper maker.
Witnesses, Gwendolen Ada Ware, William Robert(s) Williams.
Officiating: J.?.Jones, Vicar of Caerwys.

Tecwyn.

Re: Hawarden & Flintshire Record Office

Posted: 13 Feb 2010 12:25PM GMT
Classification: Query
Hi
1918 Thomas Royston to Ivy H Ware at Ysceifog St Mary ref C26-1-E313
1878 Thomas Catherall to Hannah Tyzer Mold St Mary ref C16-4-37
1859 William Blackshaw to Elizabeth Williams at Mold St Mary ref C16-2-201
1842 Edward Messham to Elizabeth Tyzer at Mold St Mary ref C16-1-157.All these marriages can be purchased from Shirehall Mold Tel 01352 703333 after 11am.Regards John

Re: Hawarden & Flintshire Record Office

Posted: 13 Feb 2010 3:50PM GMT
Classification: Query
Hi Tecwyn

Thank you so much for the details of the marriages you are a Star!!!

I don't know where Arddynwent and Broncoed are so would be grateful if you could explain also is St Mary's Ysceifiog Mold a different denomination than the other St Mary's in Mold?

Eileen

Re: Hawarden & Flintshire Record Office

Posted: 13 Feb 2010 9:48PM GMT
Classification: Query
Hi Eileen,

You're most welcome.

Broncoed is an ancient township of Mold, and Arddynwent was a township of Nercwys. (My mother and most of her siblings was born there).

St Mary's Ysceifiog is different from St Mary's Mold. The bride in this case lived in Afonwen which is a hamlet near Ysceifiog.

Have you looked at the Genuki website? This varies in content accross the country, but it's very good for Flintshire and well worth looking at.

I think it's acceptable to put the link on here:
http://www.genuki.org.uk/big/wal/FLN/

Regards,
Tecwyn.
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