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Foster. Blaenauffestiniog ?


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I can’t find my research to 20615 Pte. B. C. Foster. R. W. Fus. I know that he is from Blaenauffestiniog. Can any member confirm this.   Thank you.  Lyn.

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There is a Bertram Cecil Foster, aged 16 years, living with his parents and siblings in Festiniog in the 1911 Census. (image attached courtesy of Ancestry)

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His entry on the 1914-15 Star Medal Rolls shows that he was Bertie Cecil, landing in France on 1st December 1915 and being demobbed on the 25th March 1919. (image courtesy of Ancestry)

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The 1939 National Register shows that he was still living in Festiniog with his wife. (image courtesy of Find My Past)

Foster_Bertram Cecil 1939.jpg

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Absent Voters has Bertram C Foster 6 Station Road, Festiniog 20615 14th RWF. Also there is Augustus Foster 290529 1/7 RWF. Note that this is Festiniog and not Blaenau Festiniog.

The 14th Bn Embarkation Roll gives the address for Bertram as Bodalaw, Station Road, Llandudno. 

 

edit: correct number for Augustus

Edited by Hywyn
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Marriages Dec 1936   (>99%)
Foster  Bertram C                      Jones  Crosby  8b 1169  btnInfo.gif Scan available - click to view
             
Jones  Gwladys                      Foster  Crosby  8b 1169  btnInfo.gif Scan available - click to view

 

Deaths Mar 1959   (>99%)


FOSTER  Bertram C  64  Anglesey E.  8a 19
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