Following on from Bettye
If you go to www.cenquest.co.uk
remember to use the wild card after sa* and a forename
or parish and you will see the free index with all the variations of the spelling of Sais.
Thomas Sais (spelt Says) married Esther Jenkins in Mathry in 1810.
On the 1841 Esther Sais (spelt Sayce) was living in Vachelich Aged 70, no sign of Thomas
, so I presume she was widowed.
In house with her were
John Sayce aged 20 an Agricultural Labourer.
Elizabeth aged 30
Thomas Aged 4
William Aged 2
Together with a Phebe Owen Aged 15 and Thomas Butler Aged 4.
Vachelich is a small hamlet, between St Davids and Solva.
I cannot find a Thomas Sais, spelt in any way of the approximate correct age still alive
on the 1841 around the St Davids area. Neither is there a Phebe.
There is a Thomas Evan Aged 65 living at Mabws Bridge, Mathry, occupation Shoemaker.
In house were Elizabeth Aged 65 and Phebe Aged 25.
This is the only Thomas on the 1841 who is a shoemaker of the right age and in the correct
I hope that will help you further
Sylvia Birch sylvia(a)cenquest.co.uk
1841,1871 and 1891 Pembrokeshire Census on line
----- Original Message -----
From: David Jones
Sent: Thursday, March 30, 2006 6:38 PM
Subject: Re: [Dyfed] PEM Place names
Hi Sylvia & list.
Information gained from marriage cert.
26 Dec 1837 St.Davids Parish Church
William Sais widower Pencarnan son of Thomas Sais Labourer.
Anne Evans spinster Tregunnis Isaf daughter of Thomas Evans Shoemaker.
If anyone has a conection or any information they could share please email.
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