I have found a little information for you re William and Margaret
They are still at the Three Compasses Crwbin in 1851, William is shown as a
publican aged 66 born Llangendeirne and Margret as 59 born Llanarthney.
With them are Eliza daughter aged 20, William son aged 18 and William EVANS
grandson aged 1 all born Llangendeirne.
I can't find a marriage for William and Margaret in either Llangendeirne or
Llanarthney. I did find burials relating to the family however: 1851 May
21 William AARON Three Compasses Crwbin aged 18yrs, 1861 March 13 William
AARON Three Compasses Crwbin 77yrs and 1870 October 9 Margaret AARON Crwybin
aged 80. There is another AARON keeping the Smiths Arms in Llangendeirne
Village, a William of this address was buried 1861 April 17 aged 50.
Hope this helps
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Sent: Wednesday, April 20, 2005 7:11 PM
Subject: [Dyfed] William & Margaret Aaron in Crwbin?
I am searching for information on a William and Margaret Aaron. William
born about 1786 and Margaret about 1796 in Carmarthenshire, Llangendeirne
parish. I have found them in the 1841 census in a hamlet called Tor-Coed.
William was listed as the owner of a pub "The Three Compass" There is
still a Pub
by that name in the area. The town is called "Crwbin" on my map. Could
the same place? How would Crwbin be pronounced?
William's daughter Margaret married a Daniel Davies(son of David Thomas)
1840. They left for America in 1848. I believe William Aaron and his wife
stayed in Wales with the rest of his family. I would like to contact any
descendants if there are any? Do these people sound familiar to anybody?
Thanks for your help.
Chris Brown, Michigan, USA.
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