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Edward Lloyd of Maesgwyn Farm, Chirk

Photo credit: Chirk Town Council

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The 1881 census shows that Edward Lloyd was aged 68 and had a wife Easter (Ester) Annie, aged 60. The couple also had a daughter, Emily Ada and a son, William. Other persons residing at Maesgwyn were Mary Elizabeth Moss, née Lloyd, her husband John Edward Moss (a civil mining engineer), and their one-year-old son, Edward. Thomas Jones (a farm servant) was also a resident.

This painting was bought for £15 at a car boot sale in Chelsea, London in September 1991 by Marion Evans of Wrexham.

Chirk Town Council



Edward Lloyd of Maesgwyn Farm, Chirk




oil on panel


H 28 x W 20 cm

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gift from Marion Evans, 1991

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Chirk Town Council

The Parish Hall, Holyhead Road, Chirk, Wrexham (Wrecsam) LL14 5NA Wales

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