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Porth, and Cymmer (Rhonnda) Glamorgan
Porth & Cymmer
Porth known as 'The gateway to the Rhondda' derives its name from its position at the entrance to the two Rhondda Valleys, the Rhondda Fach and The Rhondda Fawr. Similarly Cymmer, which is n...
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red mail Williams Family, Porth, Rhondda
Searching for relatives of William James WILLIAMS (1892-1970) and his wife Doris Elizabeth WILLIAMS (nee Page, also known as Doris ATKINS, prior to her marriage) (1901-1982) Both resided at 15 River Terrace, PORTH< Rhondda, and are both buried at Trealaw cemetery. Doris was a native of Cardiff and my grandfathers sister. I would love to share my family research results with any living relatives. Tom
red mail wood
LOOKING FOR ANCESTERS OF THE WOOD FAMILY IN PORTH. MATILDA WOOD MARRIED WILLIAM WALTER POTTER AT SALEM CHAPEL. PORTH 1902, BOTH DIED IN THE RHONDDA VALLEYS.
red mail William Evans, Corona
My g-grandmother, Sarah (nee Evans) Williams was born at Pengegin, Gwaun Valley. She was a sister to William Evans,(Corona/Welsh Hills Drinks) Porth, Rhondda. I would be interested to hear from anyone with links or information.
red mail Ezmund Thomas
Looking for cousin Ezmund would be 70 or so now, lived in Eirw Road, with parents Dan (died young) and mother Vi, also had a sister Susan
red mail BERT YOUNG
I AM SEARCHING FOR BERT YOUNG BORN 1887. HIS WIFE WAS DELILAH JONES BORN 1890.HIS FATHER WAS HENRY JOHN YOUNG. ANYBODY KNOW WHERE THEY WERE BORN
Harvey
I lived in Porth, RHONDDA, until I was 21, my family HARVEY, orginally from Somerset, came there via Pontypridd for the coal, circa 1880's. I lived in both Cymmer and Porth and still have family there. Have a lot of info regarding my family if anyoneinterested.


 
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