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I'm trying to locate the death of Elizabeth WILLIAMS (born BOSLEY)
B 24 Dec 1839, Bristol, Gloucestershire
Father James Bosley
Mother Elizabeth Jenkins
Husband Llewellyn Williams
She's alive in the 1911 Census, a widow and living at 161 High Street,
Dowlais, but after that I just cannot find her.
Would anyone be able to help me locate her?
Cheers & thanks
Hi all, I have my REES ancestors living at Penygeulan, Cwm Rheidol,
Llanbadarn Fawr in the 1841 census. I have my GGG grandparents, Richard
REES a Tailor, married to Anne THOMAS 5 Feb 1819 Llambadarnfawr. Their
children found on the IGI are:-
Anne REES bap 16 Feb 1819
Richard REES bap 2 Jan 1820
Morgan REES bap 27 Jun 1823 age 15 in 1841 census
William REES bap 1 Dec 1825 age 15 in 1841 census
Richard REES bap 1 Dec 1825 age 13 in 1841 census
Elizabeth REES bap 25 Apr 1828 (my GG grandmother) age 11 in 1841 census
Margaret REES bap 7 Dec 1828
Isaac REES bap 4 May 1831 age 10 in 1841 census
Lewis REES bap 23 Sep 1832
Catherine REES bap 28 Jan 1834 age 7 in 1841 census
Margaret REES bap 8 Aug 1836 age 5 in 1841 census
John REES bap 5 Mar 1839 age 2 in 1841 census
Following 1841 they had 2 daughters,
Jane REES bap 24 Feb 1842
Mary REES bap 1 Sep 1844
I was very pleased to find them all, also the movements of most of them
to Monmouthshire where they eventually met up with daughter Elizabeth,
married to Charles DEATH, he moving from Suffolk to London, where he
married Elizabeth REES, then to Monmouthshire when they needed work for
their grown sons.
What I cannot find is the parentage of Richard REES and Anne THOMAS,
without any clues to find them. I'm hoping that someone links to any of
these, my only hope when there are so many records with the same names.
I'd love to find someone researching these families.
Catherine Moorey in South Australia
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In the 1851 census ,there is a David Jones b.c. 1828 ,occupation Carpenter
Journeyman .His father was another David ,widower,occupation Carpenter
Master.Dwelling being Bwlch Bach, Abergwili.
I have been trying for a number of years to find the birthplace of a David
(grtgrandfather }and his marriage record to a Mary Jones .
My grandfather James was born 1855 in St Peters, Carmarthen ,his father
David's occupation that of a Carpenter Journeyman . (James 'marriage
certificate in 1881 names David 's occupation as a Carpenter )
There 's no trace of them in the 1861 census and haven't been able to find
them in the 1871 census either ,so going on the occupation of this David
,there could be a very slim chance that the David of Abergwili is the one
I'm looking for .
Does anyone know anything of the family of Bwlch Bach that could help me
decide whether I'm on the right track ?
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