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Cefn-coed-y-cymmer, Cefncoedycymmer Brecknockshire
 
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red mail david samuel williams
can anybody give me any details about my grandfather,david samuel williams,born approx. 1892 .i think it was around fothergill street in cefn coed.he was also known as sam
red mail brace family
my great grandmother was margret brace she married william jones i am looking for any information of the brace side of the family they lived in high street any infor greatful
red mail jones family
i am looking for information on william jones born 1883 children were david,francis,william,trevor,thomas dont know mothers name any information would be greatful lived in high street thanks
Fencott, Owen, Rawlings
Looking for any descendants of the Fencott family. Leonard Richard Rawlings Fencott born 1865 Little Hereford, married Mary Owen born 1866 at Merthyr Tydfil 1892 Leonard known as Richard, foreman Platelayer at the Dowlais Steel works, died 1935 at 12 Field Street, Cefn Coed. They had five children Fanny Ellen Fencott daughter, was my mother. Any information would be much appreciated thank you Jill
red mail cefn coed familys
looking for info on vaughan and ferriday familys from the cefn coed area. would be pleased to hear from you.
red mail The Chappell Family
The Chappell family have been living in Cefn Coed since at least 1800. There are now many branches all over the world and we have found relatives in Australia and America. Many of us still live in or around Cefn Coed and would love to hear from anyone who can trace their ancestors back here.


 
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