I don't have access to MON 1851 census - can you send me a copy off-list
and I'll see what I can do.
Meanwhile - given that the last letter you show as lower case P does
that mean it has a "tail" downwards in whicg case Mathry or Martletwy
might be a possible - or does it have an upright letter such as t?
If you are certain about the first letter being M then there are the
following in Pem:_
Manorbier, Monkton, Minwear, Monington, Manorowen, Maenclochog,
to name just a few.
Alternatively it could be the name of a farm as some people did put
farmnames as birthplaces.
Can you found her in other census?
Do you know when she got married? Would she be at home with her parents
All for now
In message <004c01c5f0bd$856b15c0$fe866f58@oemcomputer>, Adrian Parry
My x times great grandmother Sarah POTHECARY (née EVANS) daughter of
and possibly Ann was born in Pembrokeshire c 1823/24. In 1851 she was living in
Victoria, Monmouthshire with her husband John and their children (HO 107 2418
I can not decipher the precise location of her birth. It looks like Miorlap.
I would appreciate any help in deciphering the correct location. Can anyone
Family history web-site at: -
Carmarthenshire - PARRY & MORGANS
Glamorgan - PARRY & POTHECARY
Monmouthshire - POTHECARY
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