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James Howell Williams
FURTHER TO MY ENTRY FOR JAMES HOWELL WILLIAMS BORN TREHERBERT 1881. I NOW KNOW THAT HIS PARENTS WERE JOHN WILLIAMS c1836 SARAH WILLIAMS nee REES c 1834 BORN MERTHYR. SIBLINGS WERE THOMAS WILLIAMS BORN MERTHYR 1864,WILLIAM WILLIAMS BORN MERTHYR 1867 AND ANNE WILLIAMS BORN MERTHYR 1870. ON THE 1881 CENSUS THEY WERE LIVING AT JENKINS ROW AND JOHN,THOMAS AND WILLIAM WERE COAL MINERS.
red mail Robert Lloyd died 1906 Treherbert, Wales
Hi Robert Lloyd was my Great Grandfather I know he lived with his wife Sarah Lloyd and Children John, George, Robert (my grandfather), Florence and Elsie at 16 Taff Street, Treherbert, up to his death 1906, he was killed in a fight outside the Railway Bar Hotel, Station Street, Treherbert. - If anyone has a photo of the Railway Bar Hotel, Treherbert an old postcard I would be extremly grateful. His family in the 1911 Wales census are still living at this address and I would welcome any of his descendants to contact me. Also would welcome anyone contacting me who has any information on Robert Lloyd and his family.as I am researching my family tree which I have been doing for several years As a child I stayed in Treherbert with my grandmother Elizabeth Lloyd nee Gunn she married Robert Lloyd (my grandfather). many times and at the time I was too young to take in what had become of my Great Grandfather, but enjoyed spending time with her and listening to her memories of her family. Her Father James Gunn was a Theatre Manager in Treherbert and was in charge of the Opera Theatre in Treherbert and The Grand. Treherbert. which i have photos of as my granny gave them to me.
red mail Janet Ann Collins
I am looking for any family details relating to the above named,DOB 6/4/1917. Her mothers maiden was Morgan and her own married name was Morris.
red mail Clifford James
Clifford James was my father b:02/12/1910, 43 Miskin Street Treherbert d:1986 Haverhill,Suffolk , His Father was John James b: abt1887, mother was Martha Ann nee Lewis b: abt1886. I would like to know any connections to John James & Martha Ann Lewis. I also believe that my Gt.Gt.grandmother could possibly be Price
red mail Francis History
I am seeking information about my father's (Welesley) side of the the Francis Family. His father, Alfred was born in Treorchy about 1885 to Edward(?b.1848) and Margaret(?b.1850). His older siblings were Martha(?b.1877) and Sarah(?b.1879), his younger siblings were Gladys(?b.1887), John Jenkins(?b.1894), Stanley(?b.1894) and Beatrice(?b.1897).
red mail William hughes & Jennet Howells
Hi there Im looking for information on my great grandfather. His name was William hughes, or may have been known as William Parry (we dont know why) He was born 1893 and died 1963 aged 70. He married Jennet Howells of Dumfries Street in August 1916, and lived in Treherbert for 45 years. We believe he worked in the Maerdy mine, and when he retired worked at the "Peglers" store. We want to find out what brought him here as he was born in North Wales we believe. Any info would be great.
red mail John and Margaret Lewis - 1911 census
John and Margaret Lewis were living at 60 Miskin Street, Treherbert when the census was run in 1911 and they had about 13 children (2 of whom must have died very young). One of their children was my grandmother Gertrude Mary Lewis or it seems possibly Mary Gertrude Lewis. I am trying to find any relative or local who knew any of the family or their children. Some of my grandmother's siblings were named David, Llewelyn, John, Jessie, Maggie, Bertha and Ivor. My grandmother married Cedric Brown (an Australian airman in WWI in France) in 1919 at St Alban's Church Treherbert and emigrated to Australia. Margaret Lewis (her mother) was born in Ystradgynlais (I would like to find her maiden name) and John Lewis (her father) born in Fishguard.
red mail Baglan Street
My grt gran worked at a newsagent shop in 1911c in Treherbert, could anyone help as to where the newsagent shop was situated and who owned it,thank you
COTTERELL
My great uncle Albert Cotterell was living at 18 Miskin Street Treherbert according to the 1911 census (he is wrongly transcribed as Cortnell) He was boarding with the MORGAN family& working as a hewer in the coal mine. Any info would be welcome as I know nothing about him my father didn't even know he had an uncle! Which mine is he likely to be working at? ANY help please!
red mail JOHN MYATT 7 BRYNHYFRYD PLACE, TREHERBERT.
Looking for any information on John Myatt born 24th May 1918 at 7 Brynhyfryd Place, Treherbert, to Andrew and Hannah Myatt and brother to Elvira, Sarah, and Andrew. Anyone with information on John and his family please get intouch. Thank you.
red mail Andrew & Hannah Myatt - formely Price
I am looking for information about Andrew Myatt & Hannah Price, they were married in 1912 at the Register Office, Pontypridd Glamorgan, Hannah's address was listed as 4 Jones Terrace, Treherbert and her father's name Was James Price and he worked in the coal mines. I know that Andrew lived in Trehafod, and they had 7 children who were born in the Pontypridd reistration district,Elvira (Vi), Sarah (Sally), Andrew James, John, Glenis, Thomas, & Iris, before moving to Caersws Montgomreyshire. John Myatt was my Father.
red mail Jane Sulwen Thomas - Treherbert, Glam.
I am researching my grandmother's history. She was born Jane Sulwen Thomas in 1914 and lived in 82 Gwendoline Street. Father: Coal Hewer - David Thomas and mother - Jane Thomas. My grandmother told me stories of her growing up in a workhouse as a young child. I am trying to find out what workhouse this would have been and what unfortunate circumstances forced the family into this situation. I would also like to find out which mine my great-grandfather worked in.
red mail GUNN
My grandfather, Gomer Llewellyn Gunn, was born in Treherbert in late 1885 and became a famous rugby player. Can anyone please tell me about his ancestors or his siblings.
red mail Samson
Wanting to find information on the Samson Family who came from Hawkchurch Devon for the mine sinkings in the late 1800's. They had a son William John, Sarah, Edith May (who died at 6 months) and Alice. John Samson was killed in an accident in Dec 1897, and his wife later remarried William James, and they had a son Albert
William Husband Family
I'm looking for information on the descendants of William Husband and Charlotte Escott. They had the following children: Thomas, Walter, William, John (called Jack), Mary Elizabeth (possibly died in childhood), David Henry (called Harry), Mary, Kate, Maggie Gwen and Charlotte (called Lillie) all born in Wales between 1872-1896. They lived in Treherbert, first at 46 Gwendoline Street and then 48 Gwendoline Street. Jack emigrated to Australia; Harry, Kate and Lillie to the U.S. Any information on the descendants of the other children would be greatly appreciated.
red mail Williams - Treherbert
I am trying to find out more about my Grandfather who died after a mining accident in Fernhill Collliery approx 1950. His nickname was Binky and surname was Williams. He was married to Florence May and lived in Dumfries Street. Any info would be great. Thanks
Williams/Lewis/Morgan - Treherbert
Looking for info on the following individuals, all born in Treherbert: Richard Thomas Williams, DOB: Sept. 2, 1917; his father: David Williams, DOB: Jan. 16, 1890, married in May 1916 to Annie May Williams, DOB: Oct. 6, 1894. David Williams' parents are listed as: William Williams and Catherine Ann Davies. Annie May Williams' parents are listed as: William Williams, DOB: Jun. 23, 1858, married in 1882 to Gwen Lewis, DOB: Jul. 7, 1865, DOD: Mar. 13, 1961. Gwen Lewis' parents are listed as: John Lewis, DOB: 1830, and Catherine Morgan, DOB: 1834. John and Catherine Lewis lived at 58 High Street.
red mail Brain family - Maesteg/Treherbert
We're researching my grandmother's family in Wales. She was born Eirwen Brain in about 1922/23 to Joseph (miner) and Martha Brain (nee Williams). We believe my Gran was born in Maesteg and moved to Treherbert before they came to Canada. We think Joseph's parents were names Aaron and Charlotte. My Gran had a younger sister, Carys who made contact with the Brain family many years ago and they still resided in the family home on Dumfries Street in Treherbert. We would love to make contact with anyone connected to this family, or who might have information.
red mail Treherbert Winstones
My ancestors moved to Essex from Treherbert in the 1920's/1930's depression. If anyone knows of Nellie O'Neill or Frank Winstone (christened Danial Francis Winstone) I would love to hear from you.
red mail HAYWARD
I AM TRYING TO FIND ANY INFORMATION ON A LAWSON HAYWARD AND ANY FAMILY IN THE TREHERBERT AREA.LAWSON WAS IN TREHERBERT IN 1930 AS A VICAR L.C. SIMONS WROTE A MESSAGE IN A BIBLE TO HIM AND THERE WAS AN ADDRESS OF 20, MT LIBANUS STREET BUT NOT SURE IFTHIS WAS LAWSONS ADDRESS OR THE VICAR, DO YOU KNOW OF ANY HAYWARDS IN THE AREA ? THE NAME OWEN ALSO CROPS UP BUT NOT SURE IF THAT WAS A CHRISTIAN NAME OR SURNAME .OWEN MOVED TO DEVON BUT WE WERE TOLD THAT THEY WERE PART OF AN OLD DAIRY TOO .ANY HELPWOULD BE GRATEFUL THANKS
red mail Pole/Counsell
Anyone know anything about Lewis John Pole, son of John Pole, who lived in Treherbert in early 1900s? He married Beatrice Mabel Counsell who comes from a Somerset family. I am trying to find out how a Counsell from Somerset got to be in Treherbert,leading her to meet and marry a local man.
red mail Pole/Eynon
Anyone got any informtion on John P Pole and his wife Charlotte who lived in Treherbert at the end of the 1800s and into the 1900s? John was a coal hewer. He and Charlotte (born Eynon)had a large number of children (17 in total I believe). All were living at 41 Blaenycwm at the time of the 1901 census.


 
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