I had a look at the above names in your family tree as they are also in
mine. I can't see a connection, but who knows!
So have included a little below.
1841 (M) Reg. at Narberth, Sept. ¼, 1841, Vol. 26, page 719: Thomas James &
Margaret Phillip [sent for 10/06/06. Arrived 08/07/06]
Entry No.20. Marriage Solemnized at the Parish Church of Lampeter Velfrey in
the County of Pembroke.
Thomas James, of full age, bachelor, Farmer's Son, residence Brownslade.
Father Thomas James, Farmer.
Margaret Phillip, of full age, spinster, Farmer's Daughter, residence Barre.
Father Thomas Phillip, Farmer.
Witnesses: Theos. Rees and Louiza Phillip. Rector: Wm. Seaton.
1879 (M) March quarter, at Carmarthen: William James and Mary Jones. Vol.
11a; page 774.
Marriage solemnized At the Register Office in the District of Carmarthen in
the County of Carmarthen.
No.155, Twenty-fifth of March 1879; William James, 27 Years; Bachelor;
Police Constable; Residence at time of Marriage: Ferryside, Saint Ishmael; Father:
Thomas James, Farmer.
Mary Jones, 28 years; Spinster; Residence at time of marriage: Tresilwood,
Saint Ishmael; Father: John Jones, Farmer.
Best Wishes, Penny