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red mail William Edwards and Margaret Price
William Edwards married Margaret Price, at Llywel, Brecks., in 1803. They had four known children: Rhys, nothing more known to date; Margaret, married a David Williams; William, nothing more known to date; David, moved to Merthyr Tydfil and married Jane Daniel and had four known children: David, Mary/Marg.(aret ?), Solomon and William. Solomon married Lucretia Reece (Rees) and moved to Penygraig, Rhondda. They had several children born in both places. Much info' to share.
Posted: 2005, Member logged in: 2016
red mail Eliza (Elizabeth) Price
Eliza Price was born in 1858 in Llywel, Breconshire to Morgan and Jane Price. Eliza died in 1859 in a drowning accident. I am interested in locating the burial place of Eliza in Breconshire.
red mail Price Family of Llywel
Morgan Price was born Llywel, Breconshire about 1810. He married Jane Thomas (born Carmartenshire) 1 May, 1835 at the parish church of Llywel. They had 10 children in Breconshire. The family remained in Breconshire until about 1864 when they moved to Ystrad area of Glamorgan and the Rhonda to take up coalmining. Morgan Price died 1886 Llantrisaint,Glamorgan and Jane died 1875 Ystrad, Glamorgan. The 10 children were: 1. John (Morgan) Price b. 1835. Moved to New Zealand about 1860. 2. William Price b. 1838 Llywel area and died 1889 in coalmining accident in Pencoed, Glamorgan. William married Mary Lewis in 1859. 3. Anne Price b. 1840 Llywel married David Jenkins and lived in the Llantrisaint area of Glamorgan. 4. Daniel Price b.1842 Llywel married Ann Jenkins in Glamorgan in 1865. 5. Sarah Price b. 1844 Llywel married Henry Griffiths in 1863 in Breconshire. They eventually moved to Iowa, USA and then settled in Washington state, USA. Sarah died Las Angeles, California in the 1920's. 6. Thomas Price b. 1846 Llywel and died 1872 Heol Fach, Ystradyfodwg, Glamorgan. Thomas did not marry. 7. Isaac Price b. 1849 in Llywel married Ann Davies (born Carmarthenshire) in 1871 in Glamorgan. Isaac and Ann came to Iowa, USA in 1881 and coalmined in the area of Albia and Hiteman. Isaac Price died Hiteman, Iowa in 1923. 8. Morgan Price b. 1852 Llywel married Elizabeth Davies in Glamorgan in 1870. Morgan and Elizabeth came to USA and coalmined in the area of Albia and Hiteman, Iowa. Morgan died 1923 in Hiteman, Iowa. 9. Lewis Price b. 1855 Llywel married Margaret Ann Davies in 1876 in Glamorgan. Lewis and Margaret Ann came to the area of Albia and Hiteman, Iowa USA where they coalmined. Lewis died 1909 in Hiteman, Iowa. 10. Eliza Price b. 1858 Llywel and died 1859 Llywel. Her burial place is not known. Eliza accidentally drowned as a very young child. I would be happy to hear from anyone interested in these Price folks.
red mail John (Morgan) Price of New Zealand
John Morgan Price was born in 1835 in the Llywel area of Breconshire. His parents were Morgan and Jane Price. About 1860 John travelled to Austrailia and after a few years he settled in New Zealand. He has many descendants in New Zealand and much is known about his life there. I would be happy to hear from anyone researching this John Morgan Price or his family in Wales.
red mail Jones family of Llywell
Looking for information of Rees Jones (b.Pwllcolch, Carmarthenshire) and wife Rachel Jones (b. Llywell 1813. Rees was a carrier and later a grocer in Llywell. The eldest son William Rees was born in Trescastle 1859 and became a magistrates surgeon in Breckon. Siblings Margaret, Thomas and Revd John R were all born in Llywell.


 
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