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Carmarthenshire, Sir Caerfyrddin, Sir Gaerfyrddin (County, CMN, Wales, Cymru)
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County town: Carmarthen Other major towns: Llandovery, Llanelli. Origins of Name: Stronghold of the Seafort, Welsh Population 1801: 67,317 Population 1961: 168,008 Acreage: 588,472 Urban Land 1961: 2.5 %
 
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red mail Fowler
I am seeking life details of Thomas and Catherine Jane Fowler, both born in 1850's to Betsy and John Fowler of Ammanford, also details of Edward Fowler, born 1873 to Catherine who would have been 21 at the time of his birth. She became a housekeeper in Swansea. I cannot find marriage or issue for these three. Any help appreciated.
red mail David Daniel Evans, b. 1865 @
Looking for information on the Evans and Rice families · David Daniel Evans, born Aug 1865. · Elizabeth Rice, born Sep 1867 · They migrated to the US in 1884. · Last know location in Wales was Golden Grove, Carmarthenshire. Dates indicate David was about 19 when he immigrated and Elizabeth 17. My information indicates they were married in 1886, probably in Boston, which would make David 21 and Elizabeth 19. They may or may not have immigrated with other family members.
red mail stafford
doing my best to find parents of a thomas stafford,who was born in 1580,in langharne,some time before 1620,he moved to minchinhampton in gloucestershire,where he was a weaver by trade
Williams
Searching for info on/descendants of Thomas John Williams born circa 1895 in Llandeilo, Carms. Mary Eunice Williams born circa 1900 in Llandeilo, Carms. Daniel Hubert Williams, born in Llandeilo, c1904 Died aged 75 on 30th Nov 1979 in Chilliwack, British Columbia.
Morgan family
Searching for info on/descendants of Gwladys Morgan born circa 1906 in Llandeilo, Carms. Also Decima Morgan born circa 1908 in Llandeilo. Also Raymond Morgan born circa 1910 in Bettws, Carms.
Thomas
Searching for info on/descendents of Olwen Tybie Thomas, born 1904 Llandeilo, Carmarthen.
red mail William Eastman and Catherine Hoey
Can anyone help me with information on William Eastman and Catherine Eastman (nee Hoey). They had a son, also William, born on 30 September 1884 in Picton Place, Carmarthen, Wales, who was baptized on 26 October 1884 at St Michael's Catholic Church in Carmarthen. I can find no obvious matches in any censuses, nor any BMD records for William and Catherine. William Sr was in the Royal Artillery and in 1884 was a Battery Sergeant Major. The lack of information may be because he was in the Army and moved around. Any information at all would be very gratefully received - I have a few brick walls that need to be torn down! Many thanks, Jackie.
red mail Thomas Walters/ Mary Morgan
Thomas Walters was born in Llandyfeilog, Carmarthenshire in 1790 to John Walters and Margaret Ellis. He married Mary Morgan (1804-?). They had a daughter Eliza (1822-?) who married William Adams (1826-?).
red mail Davies Family History
I am endeavouring to find descendants of my late fathers uncle, John Davies born in Pontardulais in 1874. To give you some background; my father (Christopher John Davies) was born out of wedlock in Llanelly in December 1912. He lived until 1939 (when he was called up during the emergency of Word War 2) at 7 Yspitty Row, Bynea. I have discovered that my paternal grandmother, a Margaret Ann Davies died on 14 September 1937 and is buried in the Box Cemetery in Llanelli. In the 1891 Census, my grandmother, Margaret Ann is listed (as Maggie) living at 7 Yspitty Row, Llanelly in the Hamlet of Berwick and the Parish of St. Michaels and also show is her parents, John and Mary, together with her brother John and her sisters, Eleanor and Catherine. I have discovered through my research that Eleanor and Catherine, both were married with no children and enjoyed a full life. There was also an adopted brother, called Emrys, who never married and died sometime during the 1940s. Unfortunately, I can find no trace whatsoever of my grandmothers brother John. John, according to the 1891 Census was aged 17 and was born in Pontardulais. I had thought that he may have been killed in World War 1, however, a school friend of my father, told me that my father used to visit an uncle who lived somewhere in the locality at a smallholding called Ty Draw, and this can only have been John. In view of my limited success in tracing the records of my grandmothers brother, John, I nonetheless feel reasonably confident that John may have gone on to have a family and that his ancestors (and my distant relatives) may be alive and living somewhere in or around Carmarthenshire and I would be keen to make contact, or, the very least find out when John died. Any help, lead or guidance that anyone can give me, however limited, would be dearly appreciated.
red mail can any ne tell me what happened to gerald morris
Gerald Morris lived in the old mill at Meidrim in the 1940 he was in the RAF he moved to CARMARTHEN were he he got a job with the local police force and went on to become a high ranking officer, I lived in the Mill around 1942 as i was evauated during the war the old Mill was a water mill it was one the right hand side on the common in the vilage of meidrim gerald used to fly fish for trout in the local river any think you can rember of gerald I would like to know albert .
red mail Harry
Looking for a Sampson Harry born in 1729
red mail Treharne/ Trehearne/Trehearn
Looking for descendants of David Treharne b. Abt. 1790 wife Elizabeth Morgan married 1822 Llanddowror, Wales. Known children David b. 1824, Margaret b. 1826 Joseph b. 1828. Elizabeth must have passed away as David married Anne Williams, known children John Henry b. 1844. May be other children.
red mail Sherwoods of Milford, Carmarthenshire
Hi, My GGG Grandmother was Phoebe Sherwood. She was born in Milford, Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales. I want to find her parents. She married James Long in Bedminster, Bristol, England. Lesa
red mail Thomas/Jones
I am seeking family history on Joshua Thomas (b. 1719 Caio, Carmarthenshire & d.1797 Herefordshire) and his wife Elizabeth Jones (d1807 at age 85). I have been unable to locate any parents or immediate family for Elizabeth. Joshua Thomas is the one who was a Baptist pastor and historian.
red mail griffiths margaret jane
hello there from canada. looking for information on g grandparents his name john and hers margaret jane griffiths her maiden name unknown but was born to mr +mrs william ? of bridport house cilcennin.margaret was born at tyllwyd pennant then moved to burry port.son ? were alf - burryport john - pembrey and cyril-newport related to elizabeth jones -aberystwyth, d jones-bridport, mrs.a davies -aberystwyth, h.j.davies-gwynfro. margaret jones- aberystwyth and cousin? a e evans- caemadog . I am gdaughter of myra, her daughter. can not find her parents last name and any newer family info. thanks! hope to here from some one soon. P.S. funeral took place on a wednesday afternoon april 1 19?? at cilcennin parish church rev. d lloyd jones vicar officiating
margaret james
I am searching for information on Margaret James nee. REES. living at Blaennant Llwyd, Llandyfeisant, Carmarthenshire in 1841 with her son John James aged 3. The father of John is given as John James (farmer). There is another son, Lewis Rhys James b.1843 who appears with his brother and mother on the 1851 Census. There is no name for the father of Lewis on his birth certificate. Any information would be greatly appreciated.
red mail Bridges of Carmarthenshire
Am researching into the Bridges of Carmarthenshire for a lecture to be given to the Carmarthenshire Antiquarian Society and am looking for any info/photos/reminiscences Thanking you in anticipation for your help. Ronald
red mail Margaret Franis
I am looking for a Margaret Francis b. abt 1843 Carmarthen, would anyone have the 1841 census and look to see if she is on there with her family, Many Thanks.
red mail Lodges and Gatehouses
Any info/photos/reminiscences of the lodges and greathouses of the mansions and estates of Carmarthenshire.A lecture is to be given to the Carmarthenshire Antiquarian Society. Thanking you in anticipation for you help. Ronald John
Farm Workers
Padcroft Boys Home Yiewsley Middlesex ran from 1902 to 1949 and some 8,000 boys passed through its doors, many of whom went to work in the Carmarthenshire area on local farms. University researcher would appreciate any information on these boys and their families as many remained in the area
red mail Local History
Bynea and Llwynhendy Local History Society Bynea, Y Bynie All people especially local residents cordially invited to meetings of the above society held in Red Cow Bynea on Thursdays(check with me for details)Publications,speakers and original research.
red mail Statistics 1901 Census
From Census Statistical Volume 1901 County of Carmarthen in PP 1903 Cd 1,411 Summary of Results. Workhouses. Pauper inmates of Workhouse establishments in the Registration County number 290 persons ofall ages, 169 Males and 121 Females. These represent approximately 0.23% of the general population. At advanced ages the proportion is far higher; at 55 years and upwards the % is .92% and at 65 years and upwards is 1.42%.Prisons Prisoners in the Prison at Carmarthen number 28. 26 Male 2 Female. Their age and civil condition are shown in Table 31. The Blind, Deaf and Dumb and the Insane Table 38 The number of persons returned as Blind is 98, and of these 9 suffer from some other Infirmity also. Deaf and Dumb persons including 22 returned simply as Dumb, number 88, and of these 15 suffer from some other Infirmity also. Lunatics number 617, including 10 afflicted with some other Infirmity also; and the Imbecile and Feeble-minded 229, including 10 otherwise afflicted. The total of these classes is 846. It may be noted that,...


 
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