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Cardiganshire, County of Cardigan, Ceredigion (County, CGN, Wales, Cymru)
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County town: Cardigan, Aberteifi
Other major towns: Aberystwyth
Origins of Name: Country of Ceredig, Welsh
Population 1801: 42,956
Population 1961: 53,648
Acreage: 443,189
 
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phillips john and benjamin and david
I am searching for details of John Phillips and boy Benjamin, and also David Phillips aged 14-15 appearing as a mine labourer on the 1851 wales census for Cardiganshire, Melindwr, District 3. John and Benjamin migrated to Australia in 1855 following the death of his wife Margret (evans) however, there were 3 other children from the marriage., David, Sarah B1849 and Thomas B1841. Can anyone help me please. I am a direct descendant of Johns son, Benjamin, 1846
red mail jones family
looking for henry jones wife elizabeth son john. johns children thomas-elizabeth-catherine. in 1918 they were living in penygraig in tonypandy in the rhondda valley cath was my hubbys grandmother her marriage cert in 1917 shows she lived at 23 tylycelyn road (under) penygraig rhondda i think under means a under house she was born july 1898. any info no matter how small appreciated
red mail Thomas Mitchell
I am searching for the father of Thomas Mitchell, Thomas junior was born in Cardigan in 1875 and was a Stone Mason by trade, his father was also Thomas Mitchell I don't know when he was born but to take a wild guess it would have been in 1830 or 1840 he was an engineer by trade he was still alive when Thomas junior married Phoebe Annie Rees in 1903 as it states on his marriage certificate, if anybody has any information on this gentlemen it would be very helpful, Thank You
red mail David Davies
David Davies b. 1815c Llanbadarn Cardigan, has anyone any family connections please get in touch, thank you,
red mail Francis family
looking for any family connection to the Francis family of Betws Cardigan some came to Aberdare Wales to live.
red mail Lewis of Mwnt
Seeking information about William J. Lewis, of Mwnt, who married Jane Turnor of Llangoedmore 27 Aug 1829.
red mail william parry
I'm trying to trace william parry born cardigan approx 1842 was living in llanidloes in 1881 census are there any parrys who come from cardigan that may be related(think he was a miner)
red mail a complete novice
Trying to find my mothers family.Martha Herwain Jones was born illegitimately in may 1926.certificate reads registration district Aberayron.Sub distict Llansantffraid in the county of cardigan.Where born Ffos-y-ffin Henfynyw.Mother Hannah Ellen Jones born 1905c with a possible three sisters Mary Marina and Joyce.All of the above are no longer alive, any info or help would bereally appreciated
red mail court, rees
looking for relatives of dorothy may court and anthony austin rees, married june 1957 in cardiff, dorothys father and mother were ruben and eileen court
red mail John Bowen Thomas Ropemaker
looking for info on Thomas Bowen Thomas b1840,Cardiganshire ropemaker on marriage cert.to Jeanette Harrison 1864. Also his fathers prof.Settled in Cardiff,2 children George Frederick 1867, Johm william harrison Thomas1871. He died 1914.
red mail morgan.evans
PLEASE can someone help I can find nothing on my great grandmother Mary Ann Morgan born late 1800's in Aberystwth Cardigan Her father was John Morgan a carpenter and mother Mary Evans Can anyone tell me where to look? She married William Jones a mariner in Brisbane Australia in 1889 I have a copy of their marriage certificate I don't know what to do next PLEASE help
red mail morgan , evans of cardiganshire
Mary ann morgan born in aberystwth cardiganshire wales about 1859 to john morgan (carpenter ) and mary evans I am seeking any information on this family please


 
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