Mary Ann Jones Lewis ( professional portrait photograph ) was from Wales. I love the fashion and her hat!!
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A photo of the Officer Cadet Training Unit Royal Artillery at LLandridod Wells dated 1941/1942. Back row, 3rd from right - Jacob Wilson (1913-1985) who went into Normandy on D-Day +10 Seem to recall his nickname in the Army was 'Curly'
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Nov 20, 1913 - Jan 3, 1985 1913 - 1985
Handwritten on back "Rhoda Waters". No other information available.Photo found in an antique store in Seattle, Washington.
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Gt. Gt. Grandmother Mary Morris: Taken in Wales holding the photographer's baby, She was a very popular midwife in Burry Port
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This ultra brave boy signed up for the Welsh Regiment and died in the Battle for Mamtez Wood, 10th July 1916. He was my Grandad's little brother.
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Unknown - Jul 10, 1916 ? - 1916
Added Oct 30, 2020 by: Kevin Mills
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This is a photo of James John Ford added by Shaz Russon on April 24, 2020.
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Feb 14, 1925 - Jul 30, 1944 1925 - 1944
Added Apr 24, 2020 by: Shaz Russon
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Martin Sullivan & wife Frances (Williams) Sullivan with 8 of their 12 children. May have been taken in Caernarvon, Wales.
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1841 - Unknown 1841 - ?
Photo of William Tasker (1879-1934) taken when he signed on as a cabin boy with Sterling Co., in Glasgow, Scotland. He was born in Pembroke Dock, Wales but his family was living in Swansea when he signed his contract. He sailed on the Eagle Crag and the Glen Bank. Copy of contract between William, aged 16, and Sterling & Co. in Glasgow for William to become an apprentice (his age: 16) as reads: " It is contracted, agreed and ended between Sterling Co., 19 St. George Place., Glasgow on the one part, and William Tasker, Swansea, son of George Tasker Swansea, a native of Pembroke, in the County of Pembroke, and now residing in Swansea, with the special advice and consent of George Tasker, ....that is to say, the said William Tasker with advice and consent aforesaid hereby binds himself Apprentice unto the said Sterling & Co., his Heirs and Assignees, for the term of 4 years from the date thereof; .....In consideration thereof, the said Sterling & Co. hereby binds and obliges himself...to provide the said Apprentice with sufficient Meat, Drink, Lodging ("washing" crossed out), Medicine, and Medical and Surgical Assistance, and pay to the said Apprentice the sum of "36" pounds, in the manner following" six pounds for first year, 8 pounds for 2nd year, 10 pounds for 3rd year, 12 pounds for 4th year. The said Apprentice providing for himself all sea-bedding, wearing apparel, and necessaries (except such as are herein-before specially agreed to be provided by the said Master). Ledger sheet covering expenses for William during his Apprenticeship ends with: Glasgow, 13th Day 1900: This is to certify that the within Indenture has been fulfilled to our entire satisfaction"...signed by Sterling Co. Per his "Shipping Federation " license, Benefit # 1614, West Hartelpool: William was 5ft. 4in., brown eyes, brown hair, dark complexion, - two tattoos: I.V.(initials), star on other arm. In 6/19/1900, he lived at " 13 Marlborough Rd., Swansea, Wales". He was an "apprentice" at that time. Sailed on the ship Eagle Crag (official # 102461), which docked in Leith, Scotland 3/17/1903... "Barque: "Eagle Crag", Leith, Feb. 14th 1905: This is to certify that W. Tasker served with me in the above named vessel as A.B. from October 10th 1903 to the present date during the whole of which time he proved himself strictly sober (underlined), a good sailor, willing and attentive to his duties at all times and I can recommend to anyone requiring his services. (Signed) T.N. Hugo, Master" William was the son of George Tasker and Ellen Southwell. He married Mary Ann Jones in Southampton in 1905 when he was serving in the Merchant Marine. William and family later immigrated to the States, where he died in West Seattle, Washington, January 22, 1934.
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Nov 26, 1879 - 1933 1879 - 1933
Added Jan 31, 2012 by: Pam Marks
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Photo of a potrait of David "Davy" Jones, born 15 Feb 1853 in LLandissilo, Cardigan, Wales. Davy was the son of Thomas and Catherine Jones. Davy married Sarah Bengough 08 Nov 1880 in Merthyr Tydfil, Glamorgan, Wales. Sarah died 22 Jul 1896 in Mt. Ash, Wales. Davy then married Anne Hesro. Davy died 27 Oct 1947 in Mt. Ash. During WWII, Davy's grandaughter and husband, Connie and George Benning, sent weekly food supplies to help the family in Wales.
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Feb 12, 1853 - Oct 27, 1947 1853 - 1947
Added Apr 7, 2009 by: Pam Marks
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Unknown man in top hat, taken in Wales in late 1800's. Found in an album of Jones, Tasker, and Bengough family photos. Photo probably taken in Pembroke Dock or perhaps Swansea, Wales.
Standing sailor in a studio portrait - perhaps 1880's. This photo was found in the Tasker, Jones, Bengough family album - taken at Webb Studios in Pembroke Dock, Wales. I think he's a Tasker??
A photo of William Hugh Jones. Born 26 July 1883 Longert, Penmorfa, Garndolbenmaen, North Wales
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1883 - Unknown 1883 - ?
Added May 20, 2019 by: Jeanette Kerr
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A photo of my Grandfather, James Oscough Jones (with his hand on his hip) Unable to find his birth record. Where did Oscough his middle name come from? Born abt 1904/5 in Garndolbenmaen, North Wales died 5 Oct 1980 in Llanegryn, Merionethshire, North Wales
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c. 1904 - Oct 5, 1980 1904 - 1980
Added May 20, 2019 by: Jeanette Kerr
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A photo of my Grandmother Ellen Alice Gillison born 16 June 1901 and died 1991 In Llanbedr, Gwynfryn, North Wales
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Jan 9, 1885 - 1963 1885 - 1963
Added May 20, 2019 by: Jeanette Kerr
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The Wedding Photo of Arthur Greenland and Mary Jane "Jennie" Gough. November 27, 1899.
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Jul 26, 1879 - May 28, 1959 1879 - 1959
Added Aug 14, 2016 by: Nickole Bowler
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A photo of George and Dorothy Hirons, taken at Tenby, Wales
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Feb 2, 1920 - March 1997 1920 - 1997
Added Jun 17, 2016 by: Nick Peers
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A photo of the wedding of Ethel Victoria Hatten and Roland Walter Cryer
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Dec 7, 1886 - December 1967 1886 - 1967
Added Nov 17, 2015 by: Alan Fraser
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A photo of Aubrey Donald Carne (1934 - 2014)
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Dec 23, 1934 - Feb 9, 2014 1934 - 2014
Added Dec 30, 2014 by: Zoe Carne
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Emily "Vi" is on the left, Teg is on the right.
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Added Dec 30, 2014 by: Zoe Carne
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A photo of Mary Osborne believed to be taken in 1992 for her 80th Birthday.
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May 20, 1912 - Jun 25, 2001 1912 - 2001
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