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I have been researching my family tree, but have not got very far as a whole. Lieutenant Hegan was brought down to a standard that made one wonder why he was selected to represent his country when he was held in a grip of iron, so effectively, that it was not until late on in the second half that his presence was felt. When he got his cahance, however, which was only once, it was sufficient to give England the honours.
Daughter Maggie Jones was 9 and born in Holyhead, and sons William Thomas Jones 7, Robert Chambers Jones 4 and Humphrey Owen Jones 1, were born in Rhoscolyn. Our Holyhead reporter, telephoning last night, states that he is given to understand that J. Jones, the clever Holyhead goalie, was interviewed this week by two gentlemen on behalf of Liverpool Football Club, and that as the result he has signed an amateur form for them."J.
John Owen 20, and Thomas Jones 14 were farm labourers. All were born in Holyhead, apart from William himself and sons Robert and Humphrey William Jones was 55, and recorded as a shopkeeper, his wife of 30 years, Mary was 57, and assisting in the business. at Rhyl last week were asked if the custom of presenting caps to players could be revived for this season's Coronation inter-association match against the Scottish Juniors at Easter Road, Edinburgh on March 7. H." as he is popularly called along the Coast, is undoubtedly recognised as one of the most brilliant goalkeepers in the Welsh League.
This is the side we all thought - oh, yes you did; and so did I - was altogether too old and too poor to carry Liverpool's work this season.
They played like it early on, and only their superlative endeavours of the last two months have brought a fading side into a bright light.
William Jones was 45, and running a business on his own account as a butcher and grocer. Their family living at home consisted of Margaret 19, William Thomas 17, Robert Chambers 14, Humphrey O. Sons William 27 and Robert 24 were labourers, Humphrey 21 was a ship joiner, Elizabeth 18 was a housekeeper and John 16, was a grocer's errand boy. He is also to guard the breach in the North Wales v Scotland Senior International match at Edinburgh tomorrow (Saturday).
My Great Grandfather William Jones is standing in the gate with other farm workers. In one of Liverpool's early attacks, Mc Call narrowly missed scoring against his own side as the ball went just over the bar as he cleared from Forshaw.
The Bangor team were well balanced throughout and deserved their victory, the Quay forwards being poor in comparison with the visitors. Shots by Rawlings, Hopkin and Mc Nab were splendidly cleared and at the eightieth minute Harrison scored for Preston, the ball turning into the net off Mc Kinlay. are moving at great pace, and are making other sides look like commoners.Liverpool had a chance of making amends when, following a drive by Rawlings, Forshaw got the ball in the net after the keeper had stopped the winger's shot, but within a minute Cook, with a bonny first time effort, had dashed their hopes. The forwards, who had opened promisingly, lost their command of the ball ubder the relentless tackling of Watson, Wilson (T.) and Spence, and fell to individual rather than collective movements. They taught the home football public a lot of things they did not know.A bouncing ball added to their discomfiture as when Mc Kinlay tried to ward off Huddersfield centre, Jones did not anticipate the move, and, failing to leave his goal in time, had his charge captured. Yet England sent out missionaries to show the South Africans the proper manner of playing the game.I am researching my family tree and know that one of my ancestors John (Jack) Parkinson lived on Anglesey at or near Benllech. The North Wales Coast side beat the Scots 4v1 - the first time Wales had beaten them in the series which commenced in the 1911/12 season. The thirteenth amateur international match between Wales and England which took place at Llandudno, was won by England after a very stern struggle, the Welsh team being unfortunate, for on the day's play they did not deserve to lose.We know he had a garage which we believe was at Glanrafon, also he lived in a bungalow, possibly called Penrallt on a hill top over looking the bay. We've been able to piece together a fair bit of information about his Anglesey family. Llewelyn Williams , Holywell (hon secretary) William Roberts Llandudno (now NWCFA hon treasurer)Front; Norman Pritchard, captain (Bangor City) and W. They enjoyed practically all the attack in the first half, when they should have put the issue beyond doubt, but, try as they would, the Welsh forwards could not round off their clever field work with goals.