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Hello Elwyn, Why not subscribe to the Glamorgan or Dyfed FHS? I am sure you
may find your many queries answered.
From: dyfed-bounces(a)rootsweb.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On
Behalf Of E.Schreuder via
Sent: Saturday, September 19, 2015 10:18 AM
Subject: [Dyfed] FW: [GLA] Llangeinor Church cemy
Wonder if there is somebody near Llangeinor Church.
Would so much like a photo of the grave of my Thomas Morgan, who died 1846.
Not in this grave his wife Jennet, as she remarried after his death. Do not
know if there are more relatives buried there.
I am told that the grave is near other's with ironframework around the
Hope somebody can help me.
Elwyn Schreuder - netherlands.
Dear fellow listers
Seems to me the list had gone quiet.... I’ve been looking closely at my North Pembs Tree (that’s ancestors of 3 grandparents) over last few weeks.
Have lots of info but also lots of gaps!
So sharing who and where I’m researching .. either to share info or link up with anyone researching same surnames/families.
In no particular order!
Dinas Cross: Thomas Morris Evan/s Samuel Williams
Llanychaer/Llanllawer: Thomas Morris
Llanfairnantygof : Thomas Cornock
Llanstinan/Letterston areas : Cornock Owen/s
Manorowen / Llanwnda / Goodwick areas: Thomas George Francis
Fishguard: Thomas George
and other surnames in those areas that I’ve not looked into much yet. including surname David
The British Library Newspaper Archive has the following:
1 Narberth, Whitland, and Clynderwen Weekly News. 1906 to 1940
2 Narberth & Whitland observer. 1906 to date
If your cousin is spending time in London, she can order the
relevant copies to consult at the British Library. Alternatively she
can probably find copies in main Pembrokeshire libraries, or possibly
from the Observer itself, as it is still going strong - see
At 17:26 08/09/2015, ANNE EVANS via wrote:
>I am looking for a wedding item for a marriage in Login Whitland
>from 30th March 1907 to 30th June 1907. My cousin is travelling
>from British Columbia Canada to do family research. Unfortunately
>there are no items at all for Whitland District in Pembrokeshire
>County Guardian nor Carmarthen Journal for those dates. My
>grandmother used to read the Whitland and Narberth News. Can anyone
>tell me when this newspaper commenced? It is not listed under NLW
>Welsh Newspapers online.
>Thee would have been local interest in the above wedding, as the
>couple emigrated to Canada after their wedding.
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I am looking for a wedding item for a marriage in Login Whitland from 30th March 1907 to 30th June 1907. My cousin is travelling from British Columbia Canada to do family research. Unfortunately there are no items at all for Whitland District in Pembrokeshire County Guardian nor Carmarthen Journal for those dates. My grandmother used to read the Whitland and Narberth News. Can anyone tell me when this newspaper commenced? It is not listed under NLW Welsh Newspapers online.
Thee would have been local interest in the above wedding, as the couple emigrated to Canada after their wedding.