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Posted Nov 2020 by a free member
Caerdydd, Cardiff, Glamorgan

Rachel Edwards married with John Wile in April 1848.
Very confusing ancestor please help.


Rachel Edwards married with John Wile in April 1848. They married in Cardiff and their parents are David Wile and Edward Edwards. Ive got the marriage certificate.

In 1851 Rachel Edwards now Wild is with her husband and her grandmother a widowed shopkeepers wife called Mary Hughes.


The only Rachel Edwards christened to Edward Edwards is to mother Margaret Lewis in Llanpumpsaint Carmarthenshire 1830 but this one almost certainly gets married to David Rees in 1865 in Abergwili Carmarthenshire and the mother isnt Hughes- its Lewis so the grandmother of this girl wouldnt be Mary Hughes.


Please help locate her Thankyou!



 
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