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I believe that I may have had a GG Aunt named Rosina A SANKEY, who married George Frederick Albert LATHAM in 1888. My great grandfather, Samuel Sankey, on his 1918 return from West Africa where he was both in the army and working on the railways gave his intended UK destination as Llanymynech and I see from probate records that that is where George and Rosina lived (Arddleen, Llandrinio to be precise). I am guessing Samuel was going to visit his sister. The fact that intrigues me is that although he was born Samuel Sankey, from at least 1916 (the year of GFA Latham´s death) he is known as Samuel Latham Sankey. Why would he have adopted the name? I believe there are still Lathams in Llanymynech but don´t know whether they are related, or how to contact them in order to ask (I live in Spain). Gareth
Francis Boliver and Elizabeth Smith m/1799
Francis Boliver of Rhuabon married Elizabeth Smith on May 14, 1799 at Llanymynech, St. Martins. Their daughter, Sophia, was born 1801 and is my GGG Grand Mother. Sophia married William Powell. Sophia had siblings, Aurelia b/1800, Francis b/1803, Edward b/1806, and Francis b/1812 (appears Francis b/1803 died young).
red mail tannatt, tanat, tanatt, tannat
I am interested in your connections with Thomas and Alice Tannatt of Llanyblodwel: The family gravestone is at Llanyblodwel Church. The family has links around Llanymynech Hill as many generations have stayed in the area for years however some have moved away or emigrated. Connections have been established with these families; Morris; Griffiths; Herbert; Morgan; Swain; Humphreys; Birch; Cheshire; Owen; Owens; Evans; Ellis; Lewis; Davies; Francis; Jones; Hughes.
red mail Griffiths.
I'm seeking information information about John and Ann Griffiths, parents of John Griffiths, who I believe was Christened in Llwyntidman, Llanymynech, on 9 June 1783
Looking for connections to the Harris Family who lived at Llwyntidman,Llanymynech/Careghofa/Pant 1850-1950 The Harris men worked as Rockmen. Other connections were the Morris and Humphreys family.
red mail Rogers/Fox-Davies families
William Ward Rogers born 1876 married Florence Fox-Davies born 1883 in 1916. William's parents were William and Mary Rogers, Florence was daughter of Edwyn and Emily Jane Fox Davies. They had a drapers shop in the village. Florence had a brother Frank who was a photographer. Any information on these families would be appreciated.
red mail Holloways
Hi Looking for any information on the Holloway family from Llanymynech in particular John 1900 and his brother Richard J 1890. Parents John Holloway 1863 and Margaret Swain 1867.
red mail William Elias Morris
Does anyone have any info about William, born Q June 1873, married Q September 1901 in Oswestry District? Probably married Roseanna Parry (or less probably Lizzie Kynaston). Probably lived in Pant. I have a lot of Morris connections in Pant and LLanymynech but can't tie him in. He has a connection with Rockwell, Pant. Thanks
red mail Myatt
Looking for anyone who might know anything about Andrew Myatt born 1888/1890
red mail SWAIN family
Looking for any information about James SWAIN & Jane nee PRICE (both born c1828/30) & family. On census records & on his daughter Elizabeth's marriage certificate, James occupation is described as boatman. Elizabeth SWAIN (born c1859/60) was my Gt Grandmother. One kind helper has already told me, " they were leading lights in the Primitive Methodist church in Llanymynech " ANY help however trivial appreciated on behalf of my 88 year old mother who didn't even know where he father was born. Many thanks, Roy.
red mail Llanymynech
I am looking for anyone from the Waetherill family that used to live in Llanymynech or anyone that can tell me what happened to them...they were Charlie, Jessie and Phillis

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