Robert Griffith

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Robert Griffith
Born 1833
Llwyngwril, Merioneth
Employer FR Co
Occupation railway labourer
FR People | WHR People



Robert Griffith was the leading brakesman on the wagons when the George Westley accident took place in the goods shed at Harbour Station on 4th March 1881(see Accident Record) He was born in 1832. He had various jobs at different times, brakesman, oilman at Portmadoc, carriage cleaner and labourer

Census Entry for 1871[edit]

An entry has been found for this person at Penybryn
where the year of birth is recorded as: 1833
The occupation given is: Oilman
and the FR/WHR connection is unverified


Census Entry for 1881[edit]

An entry has been found for this person at Bryn Bethyl
where the year of birth is recorded as: 1833
The occupation given is: Brakesman/oilman
and the FR/WHR connection is unverified


Census Entry for 1891[edit]

An entry has been found for this person at Greenhill
where the year of birth is recorded as: 1833
The occupation given is: labourer
and the FR/WHR connection is unverified


Census Entry for 1901[edit]

An entry has been found for this person at Green Hill
where the year of birth is recorded as: 1833 in Llwyngwril, Merioneth
The occupation given is: railway labourer
and the FR/WHR connection is unverified



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