I seem to remember seeing a Peregrine Marriage in Cilgerran Parish.
Where there are mixed registers of Births, Marriages and Burials FMP appears not to have
indexed the marriages.
There are also errors in Baptisms and Burials.
For example in Cilgerran Zephania Davis is recorded as Stephania or something similar.
Births are indexed as Burials and vice versa.
There were Peregrines in the Cilgerran area, and due to slate quarries, a high percentage
of the population are described as Masons.
Given the name Peregrine and the occupation of Mason, your ancestor may well have a
connection to the Cilgerran Peregrines.
Worth exploring in my opinion.
Message Received: May 07 2015, 10:41 AM
From: "ANNE EVANS via"
Subject: [Dyfed] Fwd: Marriage John Peregrine and Ann
From : anneyvonne.evans(a)btinternet.com
To : DYFED(a)rootsweb.com
Subject : Marriage John Peregrine and Ann
I live near Llanycefn in Pembrokeshire so I can easily access marriages in Llanycefn area.
However I have tried for years to find a marriage of a John Peregrine to an Ann in around
1818. The marriage should have been in Llanycefn church Pembrpkeshire or Llandysilio
church which is a few miles away. The Peregrines seem to have been calling themselves by
the surname "John" at that time, taking the father's Christian name as
surname. There are certainly no Peregrines getting married either at Llandysilio or
Llanycefn around that time. John was a native of Llandysilio, and Ann of Llanycefn. He was
a mason, and continued to live at Llanycefn/Llandysilio all his life. These were my
grandparents x 3. Many of my distant cousins have also failed to find a marriage. Can
anyone possibly help? I should be very grateful
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