My Lettice Rees married a HUGHES. They had a daughter Elizabeth HUGHES born
1794 in Carew.
I would be interested if you did find a link with Lettice REES and your
REESes and the SCOURFIELDS owned the farm that my ancestors occupied near
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Sent: Tuesday, August 01, 2000 7:22 AM
Subject: Re: [DYFED] re. Scourfields again
Yet more info on Scourfields for you - This relates to my wife.
Her 3 x GG was David Scourfield born about 1800 and married to Elizabeth
Rees in 1823 in Cosheston.
Her 2 x GG was William Scourfield born in 1828 in Carew and married to
John in 1849.
Her G Grandmother was Catherine Scourfield born 1851 in Carew and married
to John John in 1873 in Carew.
This brings us to her Grandfather Thomas John, son of Catherine and John,
who was born in 1881 in Carew. This part of the family subsequently
to mining in the Ogmore Valley in South wales.
----- Original Message -----
From: Carol Wheeler <carol(a)cwheeler64.freeserve.co.uk>
Sent: Monday, July 31, 2000 8:30 PM
Subject: [DYFED] re. Scourfields again
> Hello Margaret
> I am also researching the name Scourfield and was wondering if you'd
> hear about mine.
> My 3x great grandfather was John Scourfield born in 1807 in Llawhaden
> Pembrokeshire. He was a blacksmith married to Mary and his children
> Thomas born 1838, Margaret born 1840, William born 1843, Benjamin born
> John born 1846, Sylvaenus born 1849 and Elizabeth born 1852. All
> were born in Robeston Wathan. The family then moved to Blaenavon
> My 2xgreat grandfather was Benjamin Scourfield and his children were
> William, George, John, and Mary Elizabeth my great grandmother born in
> I would be very pleased to hear from you should you be able to make any
> Carol Wheeler
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