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Wrexham, Wales, United Kingdom in Europe

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Servants At Erdigg Featured Wrexham Print

Servants At Erdigg

The domestic staff at Erdigg Hall, the home of the Yorke family in Wrexham, North Wales, 1852. They are head gardener James Phillips, coachman Edward Humphries, laundry maid Elizabeth Alford, dairy maid Mary Davies, head housemaid Ruth Jones, under gardener William Price, footman William Stephenson, head nurse Eliza Rogers, cook and housekeeper Mrs Webster, butler Thomas Murray, lady's maid Elizabeth Hale, under nurse Sarah Evans, carpenter Thomas Rogers and hall boy Edward Davies. From a daguerrotype. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

© 2005 Getty Images

James Trainer, Welsh-born footballer Featured Wrexham Print

James Trainer, Welsh-born footballer

James Trainer (1863-1915), Welsh-born footballer (goalkeeper) who played for Wrexham, Great Lever, Bolton Wanderers and Preston North End, as well as the Welsh national team.
1890s

© Mary Evans Picture Library

1890s, 1895, Badge, Bolton, End, Famous, Football, Footballer, Footballers, Goalkeeper, Great, James, Lever, Man, Men, National, North, Preston, Shirt, Sport, Sports, Sportsman, Sportsmen, Team, Trainer, Trousers, Victorian, Wales, Wanderers, Welsh, Wrexham

Servants Night-time Visiting Ban at Congleton, Cheshire Featured Wrexham Print

Servants Night-time Visiting Ban at Congleton, Cheshire

Following claims, in 1842, that the practice of allowing young men to pay night-time visits to female servants in agricultural areas of the Wrexham Union resulted in many single mothers at the workhouse, the nearby Congleton Union began a campaign to ban such visits. This form was printed to support the scheme. Date: 1842

© Mary Evans/Peter Higginbotham Collection