You are right, I am lucky with the Dyfed List and
all of the listers who have been so brilliant to help me:0)
Many thanks for the information below, much appreciated.
Bettye KIRKWOOD gave me the link to view the Will that you
have mentioned below and it is a fascinating read isn't it?
I must thank you also for the geography help below
re: the farms location.
Again that will make it easier to search on a map and help me
to get to know the area a little better.
To: manxie55(a)hotmail.co.uk; dyfed(a)rootsweb.com
Subject: Re: [Dyfed] BATINE surname query
Date: Sun, 31 Jan 2010 14:39:05 +0000
You have struck lucky! As part of my local history project I have been
studying the wills on-line from the National Library.From my notes I found
the will of Thomas Batine of Llanwnwr, Llanwnda. His third bequest is to his
grand daughter Ann Clement James the daughter of his daughter Eleanor and
her husband John James of Pencnwck, Dinas. Hopefully you can use the link to
look at the will yourself.
Llanwnwr is a large farm close to Strumble Head on Pen Caer. Batine is a
surname still found in this area (Fishguard/Goodwick)
Myra Heywood, Goodwick
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