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Llanelly Hill Brecknockshire
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Seeking persons with any connections to the Prosser family of Llanelly Hill, Brecs. in the 19th century I am particularly interested in the lineage of Samuel Prosser (born 1785/86 died 8 June 1857), husband of Mary who was present at the death at Llanelly Forge, Llanelly Hill Many thanks
Posted: 2009, Member logged in: 2021
I am researching a paternal line, James & Phillips from Llanelly Hill, Breconshire, Wales William James (1876-1946) married Prudence Phillips (1877-1953) They had five known children:- Doris Ann (b Llanelly Hill 1901) William Basil (b Blaenavon 1905) Mary Ivy (b Blaenavon 1908 d Clydach, Brecs 1929) Basil John (b 4 Jul 1913 d Ebbw Vale Jul 1987) one infant unknown The family were at Blaenavon in the 1911 Census and the Miners Arms, Clydach in the 1920's Would love to hear from anyone with knowledge of this family; in particular, Basil John James who married Ada Hibbard and is buried in Ebbw Vale Cemetery
Posted: 2009, Member logged in: 2021
red mail Prince of Wales Inn
Looking for information on Prince of wales Inn Pwlldu Monmouthshire. My family lived here from 1850s onwards---name of Aubrey. If anyone has any info on William Aubrey, sons David, William, Aubrey, Joshua, John, Thomas also daughter Sarah, I would be very grateful. Also any other Aubreys or Watkins in Pwlldu area---not far from Blaenavon or Brynmawr.
Posted: 2008, Member logged in: 2020
red mail Reames
Interested in the Reames family from Brynmawr. Anyone got any info. please
red mail George White Born Germany 1801
He kept guest houses in the Llanelly/Brynmawr area but was first listed as a hawker. Daughter Alice Elizabeth and son Louis, Any idea who ha was married to ?

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