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Ronald Evans
Ronald Evans was born in Pleasant View,Wattstown in 1923,He served in the Navy in WW2 and after the War returned home to live with his Grandmother Annie Preece at 77 Ynyshir Road.He left home suddenly around about 1950.Anyone who can identify with him please make contact.
red mail John Bevan b 1888 & David Bevan b 1896
The above were brother who were recorded as living at 13 Graig Road Ynyshir in 1911 census. Both were coal hewers and were single at that time. Am trying to find out who they married and when and the names of any children they may have had. Any help/suggestions greatfully received Thanks Diane
red mail Evans
Looking for information about David Evans and wife Elizabeth Mary Evans formally Evans who lived at 39 Graig Road Ynyshir in 1906 when he was a Colliery Fireman, and was described later as a Colliery Official. Their children were Lloyd, Leonard, John, Vanu and Annie.
red mail Robins Family
I am looking for information on my great grandfather Henry Robins who moved from South Petherton, Somerset in the late 1800's. 1901 census show him, his wife and their 6 children and an adopted child, Annie Darby living at 46, Aberhondda Road. He and two of the boys were working underground.
red mail moore family
looking for details of john charles moore, lived at aberrhondda road
red mail Hunt/Perkins family
I am looking for information on the Perkins family who lived in ynyshir road pre 1960s and the Hunt family who lived in Weston Tce. My grandmother Sarah Perkins married Joseph David Hunt.


 
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