Been some queries lately about BARRETT in Carmarthen, sent this the
other day but don't recall seeing it on the list??
If it has and I've missed it, my apologies....
I suspect though that the "dyfed" list may be case sensitive??
On 16-Mar-98, cricha wrote:
->I have an old family tree which goes back to Thomas or Rees Barrett, a
->farmer of Carmarthen (unclear if this is town or county). He would have
->been born in the 1790s. His son, another Rees Barrett is down as a
->surveyor of Carmathen - perhapos more likely to be town. Please will you
->look in the 1851 index for Rees Junior. If he is there there might also
->be his children another Rees and a Rachel.
->Rees senior is my 3G Grandfather.
Got your man in Carmethen Town in the 1851 census....
BARRETT, Rees, HD, 39, Land Surveyor, Auctioneer b. CMN. Llangain
BARRETT, Mary, WI, 48 b. WAR. Warwick Town
BARRETT, Rachel, MO, W, 65, Accoutants Widow (Anniutant) b. CMN. Laugharne
The only other BARRETT listed in Carmarthen Town in 1851 is as follows....
24 Magazine Row
FLANAGAN, Michael, HD, 45, Chelsea Pensioner b. IRE. Ireland
FLANAGAN, Anne, WI, 37, Laundress b. CMN. St. Peter
BARRETT, Jane, SD, U, 19, Nurse b. CMN. St. Peter
FLANAGAN, Mary, DA, 11M b. CMN. St. Peter
DAVIES, Mary, X, U, 72, Pauper-Wife's Aunt b. CMN. Conwil
EDWARDS, John, LG, U, 16, Labourer b. CMN. St. Peter
Seeing as Gareth has made an emotional plea recently for someone to post to
the Dyfed List (apart from Gareth:-)) you can have the honour of the first