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red mail Lodge Family
My family from Caerleon, Christchurch, and llangybi, Wales dates back into the 1740's. They were farmers in the area. In 1847 my third greatgrandfather James Lodge and his wife Charlotte Harris Lodge and six children immigrated to Philadelphia in the United States. Several of my great aunts and uncles were baptized in the church at Christchurch. It is possible that family members are buried in the cemetery, Namely William who died in 1837. Is there anyone who would be willing to visit the cemetery and inform me if any Lodge relatives lie there? I would also appreciate any photo's of the Lodge Farm and Woods. Thank you for your consideration and help. Regards, John
red mail MacQueen Family
I am looking for a George MacQueen born in Caerleon in 1956. Father's name is also George and his mother is called Margaret. I know he had an older sister called Harriet. If anybody has got any information please get in contact with me. Thank you.
red mail WILLIAMS
I am looking on any information on John and Kate Williams and their 4 daughters Maggie, Mary, Lizzie Jessica and Annie Cerydwem who were all living at 1 Railway Terrace at the time of the 1911 census. John originated from Ystradgynlais, Swansea and was born about 1852 and Kate was born in Cinderford, Gloucestershire in 1858. I would be grateful for any information on any or all of the family post 1911.
red mail JOHN NORRIS, CAERLEON
John Norris was my grandfather who died on the Somme in the First World War. He lived in Backhall Street/ Norman Street, Caerleon, until he died in 1916. His name is on the memorial monument. His widow and small family then moved to Newport. Would be very grateful for any information regarding my grandfather.
red mail Thomas Williams, Llanhenock
Thomas was born in Llanhenock about 1816. He is listed in the 1851 census there, with wife Jane (Wall) and mother Mary, aged 79 listed as a 'pauper' but still head of the house. Mary is shown as born in Ragland, Wales, Jane Wall born in 'Whare', Somerset, which I think is mispelled and should be Weare. The young Williams perhaps waited until Mary had passed away before immigrating to Australia in 1853. Any further details would be very much appreciated. Robyn.
red mail Joseph Flook and Christabella Edwards
I am researching the Flook family and am interested in finding out more about Joseph Flook and Christabella Edwards. They had a daughter Beatrice M born in Shaftesbury Cottage Llangattock Caerleon in 1910 . Any information welcome
red mail Pattemore/Collins
I am looking for any information about Frederick,William,Pattemore c.1874 Crewkerne who married Selina,Ellen,Collins c.1876 Wayford, Crewkerne. Also their children,Albert,Arthur and Dorothy. Albert married Gwendoline and they lived in Ashwell Cottage,Ashwell, bottom of Christchurch Hill. Arthur.W. married Mona and they lived at 12 Arthur Street,Caerleon,Mon. I believe Frederick Pattemore may have lived at The Kings Arms in Caerleon in 1914, he was killed in action in W.W.1 in 1915.
red mail James
Does anyone remember Daniel and Nora James who lived on Backhall street? Does anyone know who Daniels brother was or what his parents were called. They lived in the village initially in the prefabs during the 1950/s then moving to Back Hall Street. Any info gratefully appreciated.
red mail Stamp, Davies ,Samuel ,Thomas
They are all here in our family in Caerleon. If I can be of any help , please let me know. Before Caerleon,i.e pre 1905, our family was in Llantrisant, Wenvoe, Wick, various parishes in Devon (the Stamps anyway) and likely other places I have yet to learn about..... Just learned we have some new family in the USA via Canada .


 
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