Wonderful offer but I'm afraid I can't get much further backwards or
forwards with my WARLOW.
In 1891 my gt gt gt grandparents were Michael and Mary KELLY as follows:-
Michael KELLY h m aglab Ire b1831
Mary KELLY w m Fstrop? b1834
John KELLY s m " ? b1863
Thomas KELLY s m " ? b1865
William KELLY s " ? b1867
Michael KELLY s " b1871
margaret KELLY d " b1875
Richard KELLY gson " b1883
John WORLOWS gson w'Flook b1890
The only child I know of missing from the above is Sarah who by then had
married John VENABLES (my gt gt grandparents).
I would assume that John WARLOW must be the son of one of the sons listed
above. This would mean there is a Ms WARLOW out there!
In 1881 there was an Ann WARLOW living at Fiddlers Green but a trip to
Freystrop cemetary led to a discovery of her grave and she died in 1885.
As always just hoping for a miracle breakthrough!
Many thanks for the offer.
From: Therese and Gerry Lewis <project(a)asterisk.co.uk>
To: DYFED-L(a)rootsweb.com <DYFED-L(a)rootsweb.com>
Date: 28 March 2000 10:12
Subject: Re: [DYFED] Warlow - Freystrop
I can't help you with the Warlows you listed, but I have a tree showing
many of the descendants of William Warlow (born 1700) of Nolton,
Pembrokeshire, given to me by Roland Thorne (a Pembrokeshire family
historian for a very long time) many years ago because two of William's
grandsons (brothers) married great great great great aunts of mine
(sisters, surname of Perkins).
There is a faint possibility of a connection. If you can provide some
Warlows of an older generation than those you have listed, I will check.