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green mail Powell Scranton, Pennsylvania
I am looking for any information of the family of a long ago relative of mine David Powell b. 1838, in Tredegar South Wales. His father was William and mother Jane. In 1878 David moved, with others from South Wales, to Scranton to help with the boilers at the iron works. As far as I know he stayed on in the area. Any in formation of related Powells would be of interest. Many thanks.
red mail Family of David R. Kinsey and Nellie (Mary Ellen) Davies of Scranton Scranton, Pennsylvania
I have found the following marriages of some of the children of David R. Kinsey (b.1877 Ystradyfodwg, Glamorgan, Wales) and Nellie (Mary Ellen) Davies in Scranton, Lackawanna, Pennsylvania: Esther Kinsey to Earl Sillick in 1932, Mildred M. Kinsey to John Duerden in 1935, Dorothy Kinsey to Adam Rigby in 1935 and Elizabeth Kinsey to John McConnell in 1936, all Scranton, Lackawanna. If anyone is researching these families in the USA I would be interested to make contact. Can help with background on the Kinsey family in Wales and US.
green mail Samuel Williams born Merthyr Tydfil, Wales Scranton, Pennsylvania
We cannot get a firm source as to the family and death of Samuel Williams born 1864 in Merthyr Tydfil, Wales. Samuel's last known address in 1923 was 1328 Lafayette Street, Scranton PA . We know that he started another family on returning to America in 1903 and that at least one son, John Williams, joined his father from Wales in 1923 along with his wife and children. Samuel was my 2x great grandfather so any further information gratefully received.
red mail Richardson/Wharton families Scranton, Pennsylvania
John Richardson b 1888 parents John and Hannah. he was born in I believe Olyphant Lackawanna County but the family were back in England in 1891. In 1923 he returned to US with wife Margaret Jane and 2 children Jennie and Sarah. I have him in Scranton PA in working for the Hudson Coal Co. in 1941. Also looking for descendant of Mary E Wharton nee Scott born in 1868 in Lumley Co Durham England she emigrated with her sister Isabella and Isabella's husband Joseph Richardson and their children Mark and Isaac plus 2 of Joseph's brothers John and William in 1887. last know address DuBois Clearfield PA. If any one can help would greatly appreciate it.
red mail Edward Kinsey's Family from Ystradyfodwg, Glamorgan, Wales Scranton, Pennsylvania
Edward Kinsey (b.1839 Llangurig, Montgomeryshire, m.1859 Elizabeth Rees) emigrated from Wales in 1883 to the USA with some of his family. Edward was one of the sons of John and Jane Kinsey, who had emigrated to USA in 1869. He was recorded on the 1900 US Census living at 2723 North Main Avenue, Scranton (Ward 1), Lackawanna, Pennsylvania with two children, Elizabeth Jane Kinsey (b.1869) and David R. Kinsey (possibly named David Rees Kinsey) (b.1877). Descendants may have moved to Akron, Ohio. Interested to hear from any researchers/descendants of the family in US.
green mail Thomas Phillips Scranton, Pennsylvania
Interested in Thomas Phillips b. 1858 in Pembrokeshire, Wales. We know he left Wales for America with his wife's two brothers, first names unknown but surname was JONES. The 3 men were miners. Thomas died soon after they arrived in America - but no details of how or where. We think the 3 men ended up in the Scranton area

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