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red mail Brynhyfrydd and union street
Looking for information on David Davies who was living at 37 brynhyfrydd ferdale in 1905 he was a widower had a son called osborn Davies by his first wife who name is not known, David Davies was a colliery repairer at the time,he met and married his second wife alice maud jones who was living at 10 union street fendale.Does anyone know anything about these people and anything about these two address, would be most grateful for any information. regards ann
red mail graham howard jones, born 2.9.1946, llwynypia hospital
He joined Army around age of 16/18, parents i believe are Mildred who married his Dad, Owen Jones, may of been in Navy, they had 2 other children also, David and Joan. I wld like 2 find them, the last i know of Owen and Mildred they got into the licensing trade, brief spell at the Pontymister Inn, Risca, Gwent, then The Stute in Oakdale near Blackwood, Gwent. I know they have passed away approx 35 odd yrs ago, but i wld really like 2 have the chance 2 meet David and Joan who i have with no choice been deprived of. Any help wld b greatly appreciated. Thanks.
red mail sydney stoner
dentist living at 2 Elm street, ferndale, died 1932 Sydney Stoner came from Brighton with his second wife Emily and their two daughters - Gladys and Emily, they moved to Glamorgan and had several more children. I am looking for any relatives of Sydney, his siblings or his children.
red mail Fitzpatrick, Margaret
I'm looking for any info. on where Margaret Fitzpatrick lived in Ireland. I know she came to America in the 1850's and married Alfred Harvey.
red mail Morris Family
I am looking for information on my late husband's father Morgan and mother Mary (nee Hughes) where and when they got married. Also Morgan's father William, where and when he was born.
red mail PHILLIPS
Looking for details re my great grandfather David phillips last known address in 1955 was 155 north Road, Ferndale. He was General Secretaryship of Ferndale Miners Lodge plus other organisations such as the Miners Social wlefare, Rhondda Urban District council. Married to a Margaret Ann/e (Davies??)later to a Jennie. Davids' father was Owen Phillips, mother Mary and an uncle mention of Benjamin.
red mail Short
I am looking for information on my grandmother Minnie Short.She married Albert George Melhuish, had 14 children and lived in Ferndale.I know she died in @1950.Would appreciate any info on her marriage and family.
I'm looking for my nan and grandfather who lived in taff street in 1924,or relations who might still be in Ferdale
red mail Austin
I am looking for information about Robert Edward Austin b 1870 and moved to the Ystradfodwg area of the Rhondda Valley around 1898. He had 10 children and died about 1940s
red mail Ferndale/ Lewis
I am looking for relatives of Bronwen Lewis b.1905 Glycorrig, ferndale. She had a sister Florence who herself went on to have a daughter Mona. Please can anyone help?
red mail Davies of Ferndale, & Maerdy
Research has led us to these villages in the Rhondda for the family name of DAVIES. Head of house, William, probably a steelworker, but are there, were there steel foundries in the area, possibly associated with the mining industry? Wifes maiden name believed to be Maria Smith.
red mail Tom Joshua
Tom Joshua was a teacher at Ferndale Grammar School until the 1950's. Did he have any descendants? His sister, Hannah Mary, b.1882 at Cilgerran Pembs., was my husband's grandmother.
red mail Elizabeth Sansom / Evans
I am researching Elizabeth Hill, born in Yarlington about 1858. She first married William Sansom, from Marston Magna, in 1881 and lived with him in South Wales. After William's death, she married David Evans and lived in the Ferndale and Tylorstown areas of Glamorgan. Any information about Elizabeth (or William) would be greatly appreciated.

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