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Sea Road, Abergele, Denbighshire, Wales

History of the Shaw family

1891 Glandwr House, Sea Road

James Begg Shaw, 53, living on own means, b Manchester

Susanne Jennette, wife, 46, b Manchester

Rosamund Catharine, daughter, 19, b Lancs

Magaret Joyce, daughter, 14, b Lancs

Jennette Booth, daughter, 6, b Lancs

Gwendoline Mary, niece, 21, governess, b London

Mary Ibbotson Walker, boarder, governess, b Yorks

Stanley Melar, visitor, 22, jam maker, b Lancs

Ethel Rosa Hynes Clinton, visitor, 17, scholar, b Lancs

Emily Jane Clarke, servant, 24, servant, b Suffolk

It is not apparent yet why photos of this family have been kept by the Museum of Cambridge. This entry reproduces ll the relevant images in the hope that this mystery can be uncovered.

James Begg Shaw (MoCA5963)

? Mary Chadwick who married John Begg?

Susan Jenette Booth

Susan Jennette Booth

John Begg (MoCUN0005)





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