Plas Hafod Hafod is welsh word that refers to the place where people move at the end of summer, after harvest. There are many instances of Hafod in Wales including a district in Swansea but our Hafod is an area
Pollokshaws An area on the South side of the city of Glasgow, Scotland. It is bordered by the residential neighbourhoods of Auldhouse to the east, Eastwood and Hillpark to the south and Shawlands to the north, with the Glasgow South Western Line railway and the open lands of Pollok Country Park to the west.
Penilee is a small housing scheme and suburb on the southwestern edge of Glasgow, Scotland. The area is bounded to its east by the Glasgow suburbs of Cardonald and Hillington, and to the west by the Renfrewshire border and the farms of North and South Arkleston. The
Belfast is one of the two semi-permanent homes of the Halliday family. Over the late 19th and early 20th century they seem to move seamlessly between Belfast and Glasgow. The connections between these cities was strong, travel by sea was
Although many of the family surnames have an Irish Origin the vast majority of family members back to 1860 were born in Scotland. The map below shows the main locations as an origin for family name groups. Of course many
There are many places in Ireland that are mentioned in our family history but we have only shown the locations of the main points of origin. For Kilkie this is relatively easy as the only places where the surname are
The map below documents the location of the various family names. In addition. For most of the surnames the location is the area where they originated in our family history but for Kilkie which is an immigrant family the map
Lloyds Map. The map below shows all the historical residences of the Lloyd family in Wales from 1800-1910 but shown on a modern Google map. The location are all in Flintshire and Denbighshire. Place names in red are significant residences
Aberduna Hall is the home of Outside Lives Ltd, however, before the current property was built, there was an older house on the site, dating back to as far back as 1587 – this date having been inscribed on a
Halkyn (Welsh: Helygain[heˈləgain]; Flintshire Welsh: Lygian[ˈləgjan]) is a village and community in Flintshire, north-east Wales and situated between Pentre Halkyn, Northop and Rhosesmor. he 2011 Census. Pentre Halkyn is in the community. Halkyn is one of the ancient parishes of Flintshire, originally comprising the townships of Hendrefigillt, Lygan y Llan and Lygan y Wern. The area
Cilcain is a village and parish, near Mold in Flintshire, north-east Wales. The village has an mining history and includes a post office, a public house, a parish church, a primary school (Ysgol y Foel) and a village hall. Cilcain borders the parishes of Rhosesmor, Rhes-y-cae and Rhydymwyn and includes the village of Rhydymwyn. The Welsh placename Cilcain, which has also
These posts show places that are important to our families. One or more branches have lived or live in these places.
Hinckley has a history going back to Saxon times. By the time of the Domesday Book in 1086, Hinckley was quite a large village, and grew over the course of the following 200 years into a small market town—a market
Gravesend is a town in northwest Kent, England, on the south bank of the Thames, opposite Tilbury in Essex. It is the administrative town of the Borough of Gravesham. It still retains today a strong link with the river. The opening of the Eurostar railway station at Ebbsfleet, the arrival of
Canterbury s a historic English cathedral city and UNESCO World Heritage Site, which lies at the heart of the City of Canterbury, a local government district of Kent, England. It lies on the River Stour. The Archbishop of Canterbury is
There is not a great deal difference between Ashford and many other towns in the UK.Like others we have our Malls with household name stores.Debenhams,M&S,Bhs to name a few and on the other side of the Ashford-Hastings rail line from