Dear Dr. Reg,
I wondered if you had received answers to your query. It caught my eye
because a very long time ago I was Bettye Wilson....and, no, this part of my
ancestry had no connection to Wales as far as I know.
The only references I have seen to the Wilson surname in Wales appear in the
MI's for St. Cristiolus Church, Eglwyswrw..and they appear to have lived or
worked in Aberteifi.
B-3 shows a couple who lived in the 1900's and C-43 refers to Sarah Wilson
of the Brynbwa Arms who died aged 63 in 1884. I can type these MI's out for
you if you think they fit in some way.
From: REGINALD DAVIES
Sent: Thursday, August 22, 2013 8:16 AM
Subject: [Dyfed] Wilson and Cooke
I'm trying to find out more about the Cardigan based grocers Wilson and
Cooke. They had a branch at Newport, Pembrokeshire in 1902 which was sold
shortly afterwards to J.J. Brown.
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