This section is aimed at families with connections in the Dolgarrog and Llanrwst area in the Conwy Valley, who are happy to share their family histories here.
There are also features on other villages in the area.
That's right, no two children regardless of age are allowed to go off alone, even in the context of this childhood pastime.
When Ben Seewald jokingly wrote to fiancee Jessa, "Give me a ring," Jim Bob actually jumped in on the group text, writing "No ring yet." With a smiley face emoticon. Whatever you think of him, Jim Bob needs his own Instagram so he can start posting screen shots of this stuff.
Robert and Ellen had 11 children, Catherine born 1872 in Caerhun, Jane born 1876 in Llanbedyr-y-Cennin, Dolgarrog Robert born 1873 in Dolgarrog and the following, who were all born in Caerhun, Hugh born 1876, Ellin born 1879, John born 1881, Margaret born 1883, Robert born 1886, Annie born 1888, Mary born 1889, William born 1892 and Lizzie born 1893.
By the 1901 census on the 31st March, the family had moved to live at Tai, Caerhun where Robert Roberts was 62, but now a general farm labourer and his wife Ellen was 47. They had two children, Owen Owens age 3, born Caerhun and Ellen Ann Owens, aged 1, born Llanbedyr who died in 1915.
Robert Cooper was born on the 13th July 1912 in Clayton-Le-Moors, christened on 31st July 1913 in All Saints, Clayton le Moors, died on the 4th June 1985 in Queens Park Hospital and was buried on the 10th June 1985 in Dill Hall Cemetery.
The cause of his death was Cerebra Donna states; Even though she moved to Clayton le Moors after marrying my Grandad, she was always a Welsh lass and very proud of it too.