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memorial of the parish and family of Hanmer in Flintshire

Hanmer, John Hanmer 1st baron

memorial of the parish and family of Hanmer in Flintshire

out of the thirteenth into thenineteenth century

by Hanmer, John Hanmer 1st baron

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Published by privately printed at the Chiswick Press in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Hanmer family.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Lord Hanmer.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20915258M

    The County of Flint War Memorial record cards and Hanmer Remembrance Book record date of death as 10th July and it is also written on the bottom of their photographs by a family member. The family believes it to be the 10th of July that the brothers fell together. George Harold Groom was born on the 11th October at Hanmer Flintshire. The census of records the family living at Carnben Bank Hanmer. Head of the household was Levi Groom aged He was a Bricklayer. His wife Elizabeth was Their listed children were He M Et George 4, Muriel 2 and Ruth 1.

    John Williams was born in in Pickhill Denbighshire. He was recorded living with his family in the census of living at Tybroughton, Ellesmere in the District of Hanmer. Head of the household was Charles Williams a 23 year old Farm Labourer who had been born in Bronington. His wife, Selina was 21 and she too was from Bronington. Adams, Henry Stanley. Name of Researcher / Enw’r ymchwylydd: Claire Lewis and Viv Williams Name of Memorial / Enw’r gofeb: Hanmer Regiment/Catrawd: 14th Royal Warwickshire Regiment formally Welsh Horse Service Rank and Number / Rheng gwasanaeth a rhif: Private Formerly 64 Military Cemetery/Memorial / Fynwent milwrol: Ploegsteert Memorial Country of Cemetery or Memorial / .

    A Memorial of the Parish and Family of Hanmer in Flintshire, out of the thirteenth into the nineteenth century. London: privately printed at the Chiswick Press, pp. 63, , ff. ^ Bunbury, Henry Edward (). The correspondence of Sir Thomas Hanmer with a memoir of his life, to which are added, other relicks of a gentleman's family. chancel, ; a list of subscribers to the Vaughan Memorial Fund, ; photographs of stonework and Roman coins found locally; and newscuttings re: restoration, The Hanmer parish registers also contain some entries for Tallarn Green church and some Bronington parish .


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[from old catalog], Hanmer parish, Eng. [from old catalog] Publisher Westminster, Printed by J. A memorial of the parish and family of Hanmer in Flintshire out of the thirteenth into the nineteenth century: By John Lord Hanmer By Sir John Hanmer Topics: Mid Nineteenth Century poetry, Hanmer, A memorial of the parish and family of Hanmer in Flintshire out of the thirteenth into the nineteenth century (); J.

Griffith, Pedigrees of Anglesey and Carnarvonshire Families (), ; N.L.W., Bettisfield Manuscripts at the National Library of Wales.

Hi, ive been tracing my grandmothers family the Broads, who lived the Hanmer, Flintshire area in the s. Ive gotten back to John and Mary Broad who i have found in records of their two childrens baptisms.

Elizabeth 23/02/ and John 24/07/ The Hanmer War Memorial commemorates those men from the area who were killed in conflict throughout the world. The war memorial, designed by Gilbert Scott, stands in the grounds of St.

Chad's Parish the church there is a memorial to a soldier from the Boer War. A memorial of the Parish and family of Hanmer in Flintshire out of the thirteenth into the nineteenth century. London: Privately printed at The Chiswick Press, vii, p.

Title from table of contents page (viewed on Ap ). Hanmer, Sir Thomas, second baronet (–), gardener and writer, was born on 4 Maythe son of Sir John Hanmer, first baronet (d. ), of Hanmer, Flintshire, and his wife, Dorothy, daughter of Sir Richard Trevor of Trefalun, Denbighshire.

Following the premature death of his father inHanmer inherited the baronetcy the former had gained in THE NAME AND FAMILY OF HANMER OR HANMORE. THE NAME AND FAMILY OF HANMER OR HANMORE (Dec. ) Compiled by THE MEDIA RESEARCH BUREAU Washington D.

THE NAME AND FAMILY OF HANMER OR HANMORE The name of HANMER or HANMORE is derived from the residence of its first bearers in the parish of that name, in the diocese of St. Asaph. A memorial of the parish and family of Hanmer in Flintshire: out of the thirteenth into the nineteenth century: Flint, Wales Historic Notices: View other Stories, Memories & Histories collections related to Flintshire (35).

Get this from a library. A memorial of the parish and family of Hanmer: in Flintshire out of the thirteenth into the nineteenth century: By John Lord Hanmer. [John Hanmer, Sir]. David Hanmer was knighted by Richard II in His name ceased to appear amongst the judges toward the end of that year, and he was certainly dead bypursuant to a deed of that year concerning his widow Angharad, Lady Hanmer, which names their son-in-law, Owain Glyndŵr, as the trustee for Sir David's estate.

Forebears and family. Hanmer is a village and a local government community, the lowest tier of local government, part of Wrexham County Borough in the Census the population of the Hanmer community area, which includes Hanmer village itself, Horseman's Green, Halghton and Arowry along with a number of small hamlets, was recorded atreducing to at the Census.In addition to the churchyard of Emmanuel parish church, and the churchyard of St.

Matthew's parish church, Buckley, there is a public cemetery in Elfed Road (OS ref. SJ ). The cemetery, which was opened aboutis still in use, and is administered by Flintshire County Council.The County of Flint War Memorial record cards and Hanmer Remembrance Book record date of death as 10 th July and it is also written on the bottom of their photographs by a family member.

The family believe it to be the 10th of July that the brothers fell together.