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red mail TANNER
I am looking for information on a William Tanner who lived in Bassaleg, he has a son named Thomas (of Colford) who between 1825 and 1831 had a paid apprenticeship as a carpenter with a John Evans of Colford in, I am presuming, Bassaleg.
red mail Cradock Family
Looking for any information relating to the Cradocks of Bassaleg, Rogerstone, Monmouth, Wales. Father was Edward Cradock (1791 Caerleon), Mother Ann Williams (1791 Bassaleg). There were four children that we are aware of: John (1817), William (1824), Benjamin (1826) and Mary (1834). Edward died prior to 1861, and Ann was a midwife.
red mail Flook Family
I am Researching the Flook Family who were living in Bassaleg at the end of the 1800s. Especially Joseph Flook and Christabella
red mail Joseph
Info welcomed about Joseph family based in Bassaleg near Newport. William Henry Jospeh (b.1858) later moved to Newport.
red mail Wix(c)ey Family
I have documents with both spellings of this name. Looking for any relatives of the Wix(c)ey Family to share information with.
red mail Dr David and Mrs Olive BUCKLEY
I am searching for descendants of Olive (nee KELLY) and Dr David BUCKLEY who lived at Bassleg near Newport in the 1950s, 60, and possibly the 1970’s.
red mail John Jones~Bassaleg?
I am looking for birth certificate, etc. for John Jones born 17 DEC 1800 Monmouthshire, father was Edward...married Elizabeth James apprx. 1840, emigrated to Jarvis, Ontario, Canada..
red mail Phillips
Looking for John and Sarah Phillips, whose dau married Edward Jarratt at Parish Church on June 22, 1857. Witnesses were Edward and Mary Ann Phillips. The Vicar was Hugh _________ (illegible)


 
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