Listers, I'm researching the JAMES in Pembrokeshire. The main ancestors I'm
trying to unscramble are: Griffith, James, John and Lewis among many others.
According to the 1841 Census, I have possibility of seven "Griffith".JAMES.
b. 1838, age 3, parish Llanrian, Haverfordwest, St. David
b. 1837, age 4, parish St. Dogwell, Cardigan, Cardigan
b. 1835, age 6 parish Narbeth, north, Narbeth, Narbeth
b. 1832, age 9 parish Llanfihangel-Penbedw, Cardigan, Llandygwido
b 1791, age 50, parish Steynton, Haverfordwest, Milford
b. 1781, age 60 parish Llandfair Nant Y Gof, Haverfordwest, Fishguard
b. 1780, age 61, parish Narbeth-North, Narbeth, Narbeth
LNYG parish is important and also the TRECWN MILL and farm area now a disused Naval
arsenal. Any possibility that a cousin has a picture of the farm house that was torn down
for the Naval arsenal in 1930. (I think that is the year it was torn down.)
Any JAMES cousins out there that I haven't already communicated with can shed light on
Special note: I am coming from Michigan to Haverfordwest the first week in June to do