Griffiths / Huband
I am looking for information on my grandmother's,Annie Griffiths, family who have connections with New Radnor and Kinnerton. Annies daughter Muriel Griffiths, 1918-1979, is buried in Kinnerton churchyard.Annie married Samuel Huband in Birmingham in 1920. Anne's father was shown as James Griffith and his occupation as a miller. Samuel and Annie had three sons who with Annie returned to Kinnerton in the 20's, living in Mill Pound Cottage and going to school, possibly Evenjob. The family excludingMurial returned to Birmingham in 1932. Any held on the Griffiths Family would be appreciated.
I have since posting the above message found references to what I believe is Annie's family in both the 1881 & 1901 Census's. the 1901 Census shows a James & Mary Griffiths residing at Kinnerton Common with children Annie, Emily, Lily and Osmond. The 1881 Census recorded James and Mary with children Emily, William, John, Osmond and Agnes living also at the Common, Kinnerton.
I know that Annies daughter Muriel was raised by William, "Uncle Bill", Griffiths and Mill Pond Cottage in Kinnerton and that my Father Emrys,"Don" Edward Huband also lived in Kinnerton for a short period before WW11. Any information welcome on either th...