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Listers, I'm researching the JAMES in Pembrokeshire. The main ancestors I'm trying to unscramble are: Griffith, James, John and Lewis among many others.
According to the 1841 Census, I have possibility of seven "Griffith".JAMES.
b. 1838, age 3, parish Llanrian, Haverfordwest, St. David
b. 1837, age 4, parish St. Dogwell, Cardigan, Cardigan
b. 1835, age 6 parish Narbeth, north, Narbeth, Narbeth
b. 1832, age 9 parish Llanfihangel-Penbedw, Cardigan, Llandygwido
b 1791, age 50, parish Steynton, Haverfordwest, Milford
b. 1781, age 60 parish Llandfair Nant Y Gof, Haverfordwest, Fishguard
b. 1780, age 61, parish Narbeth-North, Narbeth, Narbeth
LNYG parish is important and also the TRECWN MILL and farm area now a disused Naval arsenal. Any possibility that a cousin has a picture of the farm house that was torn down for the Naval arsenal in 1930. (I think that is the year it was torn down.)
Any JAMES cousins out there that I haven't already communicated with can shed light on ancestors?
Special note: I am coming from Michigan to Haverfordwest the first week in June to do research.
A little bit of a long shot this but my Great grandmother Ann Jones was born in the village of Llandygwydd in 1867ish. I have not been able to find her birth for sure but I did see in the baptisms in Llandygwydd Church that there was an Ann Jones baptised in 1867 but no father on the baptism. On her marriage in 1894 to Moses Griffiths at the Register Office in Cardigan she states her father to be Richard Jones a stonemason but again I cannot find a Richard/Ann relationship. I was just hoping that someone may have done a little more research on this village and be able to help me demolish a major wall. I look forward to hearing from you.
Hello Tommy I have a Eleanor in my line. I’m still trying to discover all the relatives but have a look here to see if this helps.http://trees.ancestry.ca/tree/76711511/family
James Evans married Eleanor Louisa Thompson James had a brother John and I believe there great grandfather was John too but need to check on the great grandfather of James, and John.
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On May 6, 2015, at 3:00 AM, dyfed-request(a)rootsweb.com wrote:
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> Subject: [Dyfed] My direct EVANS line
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> As the list is quiet can anyone help me go further back on my direct
> line. What I have is:
> g grandfather: John Evans b. 6 Dec 1861 Conwil Caio. In 1911 census he
> a butter merchant at 15 Gower Street, Swansea
> gg grandfather: William Evans b. 1822 Conwil Caio d. 1879 Conwil Caio
> ggg grandfather: John Evans b. 1789 Lampeter d. 1851 Conwil Caio.
> I have marriage info for all of them except my ggg grandfather - I know
> married an Eleanor but have no more information on the date of the
> marriage or her maiden name.
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As the list is quiet can anyone help me go further back on my direct
line. What I have is:
g grandfather: John Evans b. 6 Dec 1861 Conwil Caio. In 1911 census he
a butter merchant at 15 Gower Street, Swansea
gg grandfather: William Evans b. 1822 Conwil Caio d. 1879 Conwil Caio
ggg grandfather: John Evans b. 1789 Lampeter d. 1851 Conwil Caio.
I have marriage info for all of them except my ggg grandfather - I know
married an Eleanor but have no more information on the date of the
marriage or her maiden name.
I'm trying to identify the location of the birthplace of a possible ancestor, Daniel Morris, baptised at the Bethlehem Independent, St Clears, Jan 11 1803, and shown on the register as being of Llwyvach Langinning [sic] parish.
I can't find Llwyfach on any of my maps - can anyone help?
Roger Jones St Allbans
I wonder if anyone has the parish records for Talley ? I'm trying to
find a possible birth /bapt for an Ann Joseph in Talley . I have found
three possibles in Caio ranging from 1776 to 1784 (different fathers )
She was married to William Williams in 1803 in Talley and according to
the marriage cert. both from Talley .They were married by license .
Possibility that she was one of these but living in Talley at the time
of marriage . I assume that William was William Thomas Williams
,Cwmgerrig Issa b c 1760 died 1824. William T Williams had a son Thomas
b 1804 .
Any help will be appreciated .
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