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I am trying to find out what happened to the children of William Rees and
Phebe Price who were married on 3 April 1835 in Haverfordwest (St Mary).
William was a mariner and Phebe appears in Llanrian with four children in
David Rees b 1836 in Trevine
Mary Ann Rees b 1839 in Trevine
William Rees b 1845 in Trevine
John Rees b 1850 in Trevine
The only child I can find after 1861 is David who worked initially in the
quarry and became a shopkeeper/grocer by 1881. He died unmarried after 1891.
I cannot find any mention of the other three children. Does anyone know what
happened to them?
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Hi Im hoping for help with the translation
Googles translation wasn t very good at all
My 2nd great grandparents headstone.
Er cof annwyl am Samuel Magor ,Gwarcaeau,bu farw Awst 19,1909 yn 66
Hefyd Mary,ei briod,bu farw Gorffenaf 16,1916 yn 70 mlwydd oed
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