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Is there somebody near Hermon cemetery Blaina?
I found a few graves of my Welsh ancestors listed and would like to know if
the graves still keep a headstone.
1.1.26 Evan James Lloyd 1899- jan 1900 107443700
1.1.26 Sarah Ann Lloyd 1863- 09-1902 107443789
1.2.9 Sarah Ann Lloyd 1900 107443751
Teresa Lloyd 1910- 13-12-1910 107445304
Thomas Lloyd 1863 - 08-1925 107461029
Hope somebody can help me.
Elwyn Schreuder - netherlands.
Are these people relatives or friends? It sounds like a lovely day.
Ours was so different....we chilled out....the. most relaxed Christmas we have ever had. Damn but those prawns were good!! ..Fi and I both voted them the best we had ever had...costly, but perfection. We enjoyed our lobster, mango, cherries etc. whilst Zoe ate smoked salmon as well as prawns.
Fi bought a croquembouche from Woolies....decadent, but really very good.
Tonight all I wanted was a slice or two of ham....unaccompanied..but I had pudding, custard and Streets Blue Ribbon ice cream for dessert..really good too.
Fi and I snoozed after lunch..we had your share.
Zoe loved everything she received..we have had fashion parades of clothes and ear ornaments. She spent the afternoon reorganising her bedroom for some reason.
Rochelle sent a video of the kids excitement first thing...and a few photos which were lovely to see....the family had telephoned when they were stuck in traffic for a short time on their way down ...Albion Park had rain overnight and we had about 31.2 mls. all told.
It has been dry all day..contrary to expectations...but we have just had a short sharp shower...did not last long, but welcome nevertheless.
Today was memorable down south I am told......because Chase did his first big boy wee!!! I even got a toilet pic.
We forgot all about the Carols...probably because there was so much lightning we turned a lot of things off last night, but listening to rain was marvellous.
I did not hear back from Bronwyn. re her birthday card.....I hope they have good friends where they live.
Your cleaner sounds good..light appliances help. I bought Fi a Karcher window cleaner as one present for Christmas and a few weeks ago I bought a Karcher special cleaner for the tiled floors...Fi told Zoe she also got a third of that as a present but Zoe reckons hers is two thirds as she will also be doing my share of its use! True!
You should sleep well tonight.
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> On 25 Dec 2019, at 5:56 pm, Fay Provost <fprovost40(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> stick cleaner , nice & light ...also 4 containers
> for the fridge ...he is coming over to relocate everything in the fridge .
> I needed a new light cleaner , so was very happy .
> I will phone Mark & Co tonight ...I tried about 30 mins ago ...but no answer .
> Hope you all had a lovely day ...did you get that storm ? ....wish we could get just
I am wondering two things:-
Can anyone help with explaining where the surname "Felix" came from into
Ceredigion. I noticed that 85 individuals had that surname, primarily in
North Ceredigion in census of 1841. They did not appear to be wealthy in
anyway, - mostly shoemakers, farm labourers, and female servants.
However there were 3 sisters of that name who were tea merchants in
Aberystwyth. The other thing that puzzles me is the Rev Peter Felix
vicar of Llanilar in 1841 and 1851. He appears to be wealthy, owning
farms within the county. He was born in Ceredigion in 1796. He owned
"Coedmawr Uchaf" Llanddedwi Brefi which he may have bought from my
grandfather x 3 who was John Jones previously of Coedmawr. John Jones
lived there until mid 1830's, but Rev Felix owned it in 1842.
It is rather odd that Rev Felix was the only person of wealth amongst
the large extended family of Felixes(apart from 3 sisters selling tea in
A Samuel James was baptised in Walton West on 3 March 1850.
Unfortunately the entry on the Familysearch web-site does not include
the name(s) of his parent(s).
I suspect that he was the illegitimate son of Eliza JAMES. Can anyone
confirm this for me, please?
Eliza left Pembrokeshire and married my x times great uncle John Paul
DREW in Aberdare on 12 May 1856.
I am looking for the death and burial place of Adeline Lloyd, born 1844
Blaina. She married Thomas Lloyd b 1839 near 1864.
Thomas Lloyd died 17-06-1900 at Blaina ( 11 Parrot Row). Her death could
possibly been near 1928.
Hope you can help me.
Elwyn Schreuder - netherlands