Transactions of the Liverpool Welsh National Society

Gramps ID S0064

References

  1. Sixth Session 1890-1891
    1. Joseph Henry ApSimon [I0012]
    2. Thomas Trevor ApSimon [I0007]
    3. Start date established in the Monthly Tidings article, recording the Catharine St. Presbyterian Church's thanks to Thomas for almost 20 years service. 1891 census gives Willow Hall Lane - if in another house here, that may explain the discordance re address.
      1. Thomas Trevor ApSimon (Primary) [I0007]
      2. Arthur Tryweryn ApSimon (Primary) [I0014]
      3. Thomas Jones/ApSimon (Primary) [I0008]
      4. Joseph Henry ApSimon (Primary) [I0012]
      5. Anna Elizabeth Thompson (Primary) [I0011]
      6. Estyn Douglas ApSimon (Primary) [I0015]
    4. Estyn Douglas ApSimon [I0015]
    5. Anna Elizabeth Thompson [I0011]
    6. Thomas Jones/ApSimon [I0008]
    7. Arthur Tryweryn ApSimon [I0014]
  2. Twelfth session 1896-97
    1. Very small compared to Willow Hall. 1893 Liverpool Mercury ad for an iron chapel is marvellous.
      1. Anna Elizabeth Thompson (Primary) [I0011]
      2. Thomas Jones/ApSimon (Primary) [I0008]
    2. Thomas Jones/ApSimon [I0008]
    3. Anna Elizabeth Thompson [I0011]
  3. First session 1885-86
    1. Mill furnishing partnership with Van Gelder. Old Ropery address, also Victoria Works/Industrial Road, Sowerby Bridge. White's 1887: Pieter van Gelder & he are managing directors, Van Gelder, Apsimon & Co. Limited.
      1. Thomas Jones/ApSimon (Primary) [I0008]
    2. Thomas Jones/ApSimon [I0008]
  4. Third session[ 1888-88] 1887-88
    1. Mill furnishing partnership with Van Gelder. Old Ropery address, also Victoria Works/Industrial Road, Sowerby Bridge. White's 1887: Pieter van Gelder & he are managing directors, Van Gelder, Apsimon & Co. Limited.
      1. Thomas Jones/ApSimon (Primary) [I0008]
    2. Thomas Jones/ApSimon [I0008]