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red mail William Williams Market Gardener
I am looking for any information on William Williams (born abt 1831) a cardiff/Rumney Market Gardener in 1885 married to Norah Williams nee Ford(born abt 1841). They had nine children all with the double barrel surname Ford Williams. The family lived in Marion Street, Roath, Railway Street, Splott and Greenway Fach, Rumney. Any information would be most gratefully recieved
red mail Calder family
I am looking for some information on the Calder family from Splott. My fathers grandmother was a Calder ( a very tall one) and when she died the whole of Splott basically stopped for the funeral. My family don't really remember that far back, hence the reason I am on here. If anybody can help with this or point me in the right direction I would be grateful
red mail Britton
Looking for info on the Britten (Britten) family from this area. My Mother in Law was Evaline Britten, one of a large family. She moved to Ilfracombe , North Devon as a teenager and married and lived there the rest of her life. I know no more about her.
red mail Tarr Family
Bill Lister was resident sargeant in Janet Street Police Station. His wife was Joan nee Tarr. Other family members lived in Roath area. Would like to hear from you if you have other informtion.
red mail Portmanmoor Road Splott
Does anyone know of an Eliza Thomas who had a cooked meat and pie shop at 158 Portmanmoor Road Splott in 1926.I think we may be related.
red mail Tarr family - Janet Street, Splott
Does anyone remember the Tarr family from Janet Street Splott, in the 1950s/1960s? Would like to hear from you
red mail Duckstien Family- Splott/tremorfa
has anyone any info on walter and sarah duckstein i know decendants but nothing about them or their parents any help would be realy appreciated

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