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red mail Rhosyn -Coch farm in meidrim
The owners at present have been there five to six years can any body tell me who was the owners before 2006 as my sisters were staying there in 1943 i am trying to fill the owners after 1957 it was Mr&Mrs Morgan I do not know when they sold or left farm or village can you help morton would like to speak to the present owners.
red mail I am looking for some person living meidrim
Is there some one with a camera that would takes some phot's of the vilage of meidrim ,the road leading to the common the black smith shop shots of the common thr river ,the water mill and out houes ,the foot brige across the river any shots of the vilage .that i was staying there in 1942 I am an O.A.P. and would like to see the present vilage Thank you albert
red mail Arthur Jackson
In the very early 1950s my uncle lived in Meidrim in a small white washed stone cottage no electric and his water came from a well just up the lane.His only neighbour for some way was opposite where a family called Williams lived.I can recall a daughter I think her name was Dylas or Phillis who must have been about 10 maybe a little younger we used to play in the lane,she fell off her bike on one occassion and badly hurt her knee.I would like to know if anyone can recoginse any of this and tell me if the cottage my uncle lived in is still there I would love to see it.He worked for a nearby farm where he used to attend a dairy herd and I think he had some sheep as he had a sheep dog called Bob whether he rented the cottage and had a bit of land for his own use I have no idea to the back of his cottage ran a river and he had plum,apple and pear trees. I went to to the farm once and he gave me some fresh ice cold milk.I think the owner of the farm was a Major Kay or similar name to that I cannot say where the farm was but it was in the opposite direction to Meidrim I recall some folk story of a hanging nearby at a cross roads. To walk into Meidrim it took about twenty minutes.Just up the road was a small bridge where you could look down on to rolling fields,where I recall seeing a hunt.So if anyone can help please reply via site
red mail levi evans
Looking for the family of a Levi Evans who was born in approx. 1800 and was a weaver in his time. He later moved to Swansea rd.,Lanelli. His daughter Elizabeth married my gt. granfather
red mail James in Meidrim / Mydrim
Does anyone have any info (pre 1837) on Hezphibah James (b1810) and Keturah James (b1820)in Meidrim? The name 'Hezphibah' was spelt in several different ways.
red mail Williams in Meidrim
I am looking for information on my Great Grandfather William Williams, who states on all census's that he was born in Meidrim. The year of birth is not known exactly, as his age varies on each census. I can say he was born between 1842-1849. His father was Thomas Williams Labourer. William married Esther Morris in 1867.They married in Llanybri Church in Llanstephan. They lived in Llanelli Carmarthenshire in 1871.
red mail Evans, Meidrim
I am looking for information on my grand fathers first wife. My grandfather (John Emlyn Jones) was married to Ann Evans from the Meidrim/St. Clears area. They had a daughter (Gwyneth) in 1904 and they were possibly living in Aberdare at that time. Ann died at some time between 1908/1914 and is believed to be buried at Meidrim. There is a connection between Ann and the Beynon family living at Deganwy in St. Clears, (who may have been making furniture).
red mail Meidrim
In June, 1803, Daniel Stone of Llanfihangel Abercywyn, married Elizabeth Morgan (widow), nee William, at Meidrim. They had four known children. Ann married Thomas Griffith and lived in Laugharne; Elizabeth married Thomas Roberts and emigrated to the U.S.A; David married Esther Thomas and moved to Merthyr Tydfil and used the name Stonewary/Stonuary/Stonnay; John married Rachel Thomas and moved to Cwmavon using the name Stone. The surname seems to have changed over the years and the 1851 Census for Blaenpant, Meidrim, shows Elizabeth Stoneyware, 70, widow, pauper. She was born in Trelech hamlet, Meidrim. Furthermore, the name may be connected to Steinhauer and Stonehewer in Haverfordwest and Carmarthen town. Much info' on this family.
I am trying to find out about a David Phillips who lived in Close, Mydrim for the 1871 Census. The family appear to be in Ludchurch by the 1881 census but he is not listed
Evans in Meidrim
Looking for any info on Amy EVANS, who was born about 1794 at "PANTGLAS" Meidrim, she married Thomas Lewis in Llanegwad church, Llanegwad, in 1823, they had 7 children, anyone interested or have these names in their tree, please contact me. Jackie

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