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Rees Parry 1868
Help please, I am looking for, Rees Parry, bn 1868, son of Humphrey Parry and Mary Jones in the village of Llanfrachreth. I have found him 1871, 1881 and in 1911 living in Mountain Ash where he is noted as widower. He possibly distanced himself from his family. I am eager to learn of his later years. I have DNA links to this Parry family. I would love to learn more. Many thanks for any snippets......Steve.
Posted: 2021
red mail Richard & Jane Griffith
Richard Griffith was a weaver and his wife Jane was a daughter of Lewis David. Jane's sister Ellin was married to Edward Ellis. Am wondering if perhaps this Richard Griffith was the son & Richard & Jane Griffith of Deunant, parish Llanymawddwy. Richard Griffith Sr. was born Feb. 17 1750 to Mary (Richard) and Griffith Jones. Mary died 1795 at Deunant and Griffith died 1753 at Deunant.
red mail Ellis-dolgellau
Looking for descendents of Lewis Ellis born and bred Dolgellau in the late 1700s. Married Twice, second wife called Margaret or Elizabeth. Lewis's daughter Mary Ann Ellis married into the Tween Family from Essex. Then her daughter Elizabeth Tween married into an Essex based Ellis family! Help from anyone appreciated.
red mail Griffith Ellis
Griffith Ellis (tailor) b. 1781 Barmouth m. Anne Lewis Dolgellau, 1815. Children William, Gwen, Elizabeth, Sydney (female) and Richard-born between 1816 and 1835 in Dolgellau. Glad to hear from any descendants.
red mail Jones Family
I am looking for information on the Jones family. Head's name - Evan (1823) Wife's name - Mary (1818) Children - Evan (1852) Mary (1857) William (1855) Isaac (1861) Evan Snr was warder at Dolgelly County Gaol between 1861-1871.
red mail Griffith Evans, DolgellauR
Seeking information regarding GRIFFITH EVANS, b. Dolgellau abt 1825: died Bangor 17.11.1900 He wed a "Jane" from Llanwnda and was residing in Treborth, Bangor, and engaged in the final months building the Britannia Railway Bridge.Thereafter, he was employed as a Railway Platelayer until his retirement.Interesting to note that a lodger (John Evans of Dolgellau - possibly a brother) resided with the family. Griffith and Jane had children (Thomas,b.1865; Evan b.1867; Griffith b.1858;John b.1853; Laura b.1857; Ellen (Elin) b. 1861; Mary Grace b. 1872, d. 1957; Owen b. 1858 - all born in Bangor). Wife, Jane, died on 9.5.1906 suffering from Dementia when struck by a train on the Britannia Bridge. Desperately trying to identify Griffith and Jane - who were my Great-Great Grandparents.
red mail Meghan Ellis Brown
Searching for descendants of Thomas Ells b.1836 d. 1888 m. Catherine Morris(Dolgellau) b.1838 d.?.Children: Elizabeth b.1862 d. ?, Mary b.1864.d.1931 m. George Calcutt,John b.1866 m. Essie Halls (sp.) d.?, Gwen b. 1869 m. Wm. Henry Hitchings d. ?, Annie b. 1870 m. Lewis Williams d.? , Thomas b.1872 m. Annie ?, d. ?,William b. 1874 m.? d.?,Sydney b.1877 d.?, Myre(sp) b.1874 ?. Other names: Calcutt,Graynot (sp), Davies,Hitchings.


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