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1901-1911 census re pyres parry


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thanks to all for the info provided yesterday it was a big help.i have spoken to a family member who lives in st asaph and has visited the pub and spoken to the landlord who has a photograph of a parry dated 1905 in the pub i was wondering if anyone could look at the 1901-1911 census to see who was landlord then.the pub is the kinmel arms.high st.st asaph.north wales.it has changed its name now to the kentigern arms.

Lincoln Lad

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Fujairah, United Arab Emirates
1901 the landlord was James Towers, married, age 52, Hotel Keeper, b Wray, lancashire. Wife was Elizabeth Towers, age 52, b Kingswinford, Staffs.
Also in the house were Edith Jones age 19, Niece and Richard Ernest Jones age 16.

RG13; Piece: 5234; Folio: 129; Page: 1.

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