The home of actor Samuel Ryley (c1756 – 1837)
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Built in 1841 as a school, the building was converted to use as a church in 1843 when it was opened for worship on the feast of St Winefride.
The postcard is dated 7th July 1913. The message was ” Visited this church with Mr R. Howick who played the organ for me”. It is addressed to Miss M Phizackerley, Chester. It was unposted and with an incomplete address so possibly it was her memento of the occasion. Richard George Howick, originally from Chester, […]
Postcard published by William Ledsham of the Clontarf Café in Parkgate. He and his wife, Florence had a café/general store in the 1920s and 30s. He was born in Chester in 1881 and was originally a tailor