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red mail Looking for Lionel Newcombe born 1905.
Hello from Australia. I am looking for any information on Lionel Newcombe. Lionel was the twin brother of my father, Roy Newcombe who emigrated to Australia in 1927. Lionel was living in Senghenydd in 1927 as he attended his father's funeral on 2 August of that year. There is no record of my father attending the funeral. He may have already left for Australia. After that Lionel seems to have 'disappeared'. He and my dad were born in Station House, Bedlinog, South Wales on 1 September 1905. Their mother was Elizabeth Newcombe. If anyone has any information on what happened to Lionel I will be very grateful. I have been searching for him for over ten years. Elizabeth. Darwin, Australia.
red mail Richards/Nash family
I am looking for any of my cousins by the name of Richards who lived in Senghenydd in Cenydd Terrace. Their mothers name was Iris and father Danny. We have cousins living in Australia and they are coming to Wales next year to scatter their parents ashes and we would all like to meet up, I know that there was Gleason,Marilyn,Gwynn,Pamela Brian Graham David and Susan and Philip Richards if anybody knows the whereabouts of any of them please contact me.
red mail HARPER
Thomas John Harper married Mary Jane Morris,they lived in Commercial St, they had 4 sons David,Vernon, Reginald & William, i was told that Thomas had something to do with the miners union in the early 1900's, all ecept David emigrated to WesterN Australia in 1922, David stayed & worked at the mine in Aber till he retired & lived in Abertridwr until his death
red mail RALPH
TRYING TO FIND A GWENDOLINE RALPH WHO LIVED IN 16 LOWER STANLEY STREET SENGHENNYDD IN OCTOBER/NOVEMBER 1946.
red mail pit disaster 1913
does any one remember george cheetham from the llwydcoed colliery no 1 rescue party.he held an 18yr old lads head above water day and night until they were rescued.this cost him his health and he died in 1917 aged 38.i believe the pit was closed for his funeral and all the miners walked for him.i have a photo of him and six members of the rescue party. it would be good to put a name to them. they are all carring a miners lamp in one hand and it looks like breathing apparatus in the other ..also if anyone knows where i could get a copy of "the valley of shadows by john brown i would be most grateful thank you iris
red mail pit disaster
can anyone tell me where I can buy a copy of John H. Brown's book "The Valley of the Shadow" about the two pit explosions at Senghenydd, 1901 and 1913, please?
red mail dennis rees
does anyone have any information of the rees family of cefn illan abertridwr mother gladys rees who had a son dennis rees who died in approx 1984 any info would be much appreciated think he was married to a lady called ella white
red mail Lewis / Thornton
David John LEWIS (coal miner ) /Lily May THORNTON married in 1917 aged 19 . resided Caerphilly Rd SENGHENYDD .1st son William Arthur Lewis born 1917, 2nd son John G.Lewis born 1918 ,3rd son Cyril (Tom). Perhaps someday ,someone may come across these names in their family tree Thank you
red mail Rev David M Jones
Rev David M Jones was pastor of the English Ebenezer Baptist Church in Senghenydd from 1910 until his death in November 1939, his wife Mary and two sons Benjamin born about 1896 and David R born 1901 attended the funeral, anyone with any info, please contact
red mail Woodfield,Richards Family
William Woodfield 1875c married Rosina Davies (woodfield) 1876c My Great Grandparents, and Emily Jane Woodfield (Richards)1893 Married Richards Richards 1887. My Grandparents. The Woodfield's and Richards family lived in 2 houses in Coronation Tce Senghenydd between apprx 1907-1930. Rosina died in 1917, and Emily (eldest surviving child of the Woodfields) took over the roll of mother to her siblings in addition to having 6 of her own children. William and Richard were both miners, I am looking for any descendants from this family. Most moved to Surrey around 1930, but not all. Please contact through this site if you have any information,Thank you
red mail Male Voice Choirs
Can anyone assist me. My Grandparents lived in Senghenydd between apprx 1907 to 1930..I know my grandfather sang in a Male Voice choir in the 1920's..I understand that the Aber Vale Male Voice Choir is now the Choir in the area, and it was formed in the 1950's joining 2 original choirs in the area..I have made inquiries with them to no avail....Can anyone tell me where I might get information about the original choir ...My Grandfather Richard Richards, was a collier in the Senghenydd Pit, as was my Great Grandfather William Woodfield. I would dearly like to see any documents or photos of the choir showing my Grandfther as a member. Many Thanks
red mail MATTHEWS FAMILY
ISLWYN MATTHEWS MARRIED BEATRICE HARRIS 1957.HAD ROSEMARY DANIEL AND ISLWYN.. LIVED COMMERCIAL STREET UNTIL 1969....I WAS BORN OUT OF WEDLOCK 1956.. i have been searching &searchin&sear........just lost as to what to do next... can you HELP.please..... i really want to find my natural family...... did you know them....... thankx in antisipation. ann
red mail grocers/greengrocers in 1930's
I am trying to trace my grandparents who lived in Senghenydd in the 1930's. They owned a shop that sold fruit and sweets and i seem to remember my mother saying it was in commercial street. My grandparents names were Elizabeth Mary Davies (nee rogers) and Daniel James Davies. She died in around 1937/8 and he in the early 1960's. I cannot locate the churchyard where they are buried, although i know it was in a churchyard surrounded by a high stone wall and their grave was on the front row. Any info would help.


 
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