My thanks to Tommy, Sylvia and Pat for their Pembs suggestions. No, I had
not ignored these possibilities. Of course Trelettert is used as a farm
I was trying in my original message to see if there was also a Newquay area
marriage which fitted.
I don't have the marriage index for the Moyddyn Hundred but hope someone
will be able to look in it for me.
In a message dated 28/07/2005 18:38:20 GMT Standard Time,
There is a Treletert in Pembrokeshire. It is Welsh for Letterston., which
is midway betwen Haverfordwest and Fishguard.
Sylvia Birch sylvia(a)cenquest.co.uk
PEMBROKESHIRE Census on Line
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Sent: Thursday, July 28, 2005 1:25 PM
Subject: [Dyfed] Henry Thomas, Ropemaker, born about 1795, possibly of
Henry THOMAS, Ropemaker, born about 1795
I have a second marriage for Henry THOMAS in 1847 (in St Dogmaels), in
he says he is of Newquay, son of David Thomas, farmer deceased.
In the 1851 census he says he was born in Trelettert (no parish or county!)
I wonder if anyone can help me with his first marriage, perhaps in the
Newquay area some time after 1815. It's not in the Troedyraur Hundred
but I don't have an index for any of the other Hundreds.
And does anyone know of a Trelettert in Llanllwchaearn parish or nearby?
Any help would be appreciated.
in rainy England