One Name Study of Gronow / Gronnow / Goronwy

One Name Study of Gronow / Gronnow / Goronwy

Thursday, May 22, 2008

On this day in 1876:
At the County Magistrates' Court, Wrexham on Saturday, Charles Gronnow, gamekeeper, was remanded, charged with shooting Robert Jones, militiaman, in Cefn Park on Friday night. The wounded man was taken to the infirmary. Gronnow alleges that the affair was the result of an accident, a scuffle having arisen in consequence of Jones trespassing.

Liverpool Mercury (Liverpool, England), Monday, May 22, 1876; Issue 8844
Recently acquired certificates:

Jenkin Gronow Sept. Qtr. 1839 Bridgend & Cowbridge Vol.XXVI page 459.

Thursday, May 08, 2008

Databases added for Gronow's appearing in:

British Army WWI Service Records, 1914-1920
This database contains the surviving service records of non-commissioned officers and other ranks who served in WWI and did not re-enlist in the Army prior to World War II. The type of information contained in these records includes: name of solider, age, birthplace, occupation, marital status, and regiment number.
(Contains 9 entries)

British Army WWI Medal Rolls Index Cards, 1914-1920

The Medal Index Cards collection is the most complete listing of individuals who fought in the British Army in WWI, containing approximately 90% of soldiers’ names. The Index Cards were created in order to keep in one place details about a soldier’s medal entitlement.
(Contains 50 entries)