I am sorry to say that there are no children of James Harries baptised at
Moylgrove prior to 1812. The later baptism register has not been deposited at
the NLW, so I do not have any later records.
However, do you have the marriage record? James was of Llanfair Nant Gwyn
when he married Rachel in 1803, so it is likely that they went to live there
after their marriage. They would have baptised children there unless they
Cilgerran and Cilrhedyn - no, they are two different parishes. Cilgerran
is between St Dogmaels and Manordeifi; Cilrhedyn straddles the PEM-CMN border,
east of Clydey.
In a message dated 30/11/2006 20:27:16 GMT Standard Time,
Can somebody tell me where I can look for the birthrecords for Moylgrove.
Looking for the children of James Harries ( Llanwair) and Rachel Richard
(Moylgrove). Couple got married in 1803 at Parish Church of Moylgrove.
I was told that my gggrandmother Elisabeth Harries was born in 1809,
possibly at Whitechurch. Family at Knwccyfrane in 1815 and 1817.
At clyn next door in 1831 according to tax records.
Do not know of any brothers and sisters.
Elisabeth Harries married my Timothy Evans in 1839 at Clydau. Family moved
up to Pwll, Llanelli at time of Rebecca Riots.
Also cannot find anything on Timothy's father and mother. Father could be
John Evans, also a stone mason, like his son Timothy.
Timothy was born near 1815, possibly at Cilgerran. Is that the same as
Elwyn - Netherlands.
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