|This part of the Frimston family is from Salford, UK|
|father||James Henry Hartigan|
|David||David James Hartigan|
The Frimston family is connected to the Hartigan family by marriage. Henry Hartigan’s second wife, Emily Dooley, married Henry after the death of her first husband, Edwin Frimston
|Emily Dooley m (1) Edwin Frimston (1871-1915) in 1907 and (2) Henry Hartigan in 1915|
|Reginald E Frimston (1914-) m Ann|
|James Henry Hartigan m Olive May McNally|
|David James Hartigan m Barbara Hilary Belton|
In 1891 Mary Frimstone lives at 9 Brickfield Terrace in Rhuddlan. She is the head of the family, single, age 51 and a laundress; living with her is Thomas Frimstone, son, age 10, scholar. Both are born in Rhuddlan.
Edward Fromston (Frimston) is living at 66 Victoria Road, Rhuddlan. He is the head of the household, married, 48, an agricultural labourer, born Rhuddlan and Welsh speaking. His wife is Elizabeth, age 52, a laundress, born St Asaph and Welsh speaking. The children are all bilingual: Ellen, daughter, single, 22, general servant domestic, born Rhuddlan; Thomas, son, 17, single, baker, born Llanasa; Annie, daughter, 14, scholar, born Newmarket, William, son, age 10, scholar, born Rhyl; Herbert, son, age 6, scholar, born Rhyl.
Edwin Frimston (Winstone on the transcripts) was a stableman and groom living in the stables (head, age, 20, single,) at Bodrhyddan Stables, in Rhuddlan. (Appears to have been a big house with farmhouse etc).