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red mail Jenkins - Taylor
Am seeking any information about both Thomas Jenkins (1844-1896), who was a striker for the railway, and Elizabeth Taylor (abt 1850-post1911) who were married in Mynyddislwyn 21.8.1870. Any information will be gratefully received although I am particularly interested in their origins. I believe Elizabeth's parents were John Taylor and Annie James. After 1901 Elizabeth married David Thomas (1852, Dudley, Staffordshire) who had been a boarder with Thomas and Elizabeth for a number of years prior to Thomas's death in1896. I would also like to know how Thomas died. Many thanks.
red mail Thomas Morgan, Mynyddislwyn to Pennslyvania
Looking for connection with Thomas Morgan b.1813 in Mynyddislwyn. Married Amy James in May of 1836 in Blackwood. Amy James was from Bedwelty. Their daughter Amelia was born there in 1840 according to the 1841 census. Rebecca, my 2nd great grandmother was born on 26 April 1844 in Newbridge, Llanwit Vandre according to the 1851 census. Family moved to US about 1852 to Beaver Meadows, Carbon Banks, Pennslyvania. They had a daughter Ann in 1853. Rebecca married William Hughes (b. 27 Oct.1837 S. Wales, UK) in 1868 in Scranton, Pa. Any connection please contact.
red mail Lawrence family1800s
I'd be interested in any information on the parents and earlier relatives of John Lawrence who lived with his family in Mynyddislwyn in the early 1800s.
red mail Looking for information on the EDWARDS family
Just starting out with all this. I am looking for information on Caswelltyn Edwards born approx 1882 (was 19 in the 1901 census). This is my fathers side of the family Caswelltyn married my great grandmother whose surname was sullivan and my grandmothers name was Rosalie but was known as Rose. My fathers father was also from around the area (we think Cwmcarn) his surname was Redman. Would love to hear from anyone who could give me a good start! Thanks
red mail Seeking Gregory descendants
I'm hoping to find descendants of George and Elizabeth Gregory originally from Radford, Somerset and moved to Mynyddislwyn. Their children were Emily, George, William, James, Sarah Ann, Henry and Edward. They resided in Fleur-de-Lis in 1871 and then by 1881 Elizabeth remarried a George Thomas and the family resided on Cross Street Derinewydd?? My Great-great grandfather is William Gregory. He married Sarah Jane Wilkins (from Somerset) and they had George, Elizabeth and Alice Maud Gregory on Bailey St in Gelligaer. In 1894 they came to Pennsylvania. Any infomation would be greatly appreciated. Thank you, Kristen
red mail Morgan family of Mynyddislwyn
I'm interested in Hezekiah MORGAN, collier (1841, 1846), pauper coal miner (1851) born ca 1784 at Mynyddislwyn, married 10 Aug 1805 at Llantwit Fardre, Glamorganshire, to Ann EVAN born ca 1788 Bridgend, Glamorganshire. They had at least 7 children at Mynyddislwyn: Evan 1808, Anne 1815, Hezekiah 1818, Thomas, Elizabeth and John (three bapt 1825) and Isaac 1827. Elizabeth was married 1846 at Machen to William PHILLIPS (ca 1822 - ca 1866) and had issue. Please contact me if you are a descendant.
red mail BACON
My GG Grandfather James BACON and his wife Rachel DENNING resided in RISCA and CROSSKEYS during the latter half of the 19th C. Are there any members of the BACON family still living in the area?
red mail Harris family
William Harris b1871,Bedwelty, married Mary Jane Redwood b1871 Witcombe, Somerset. They had 4 children - my grandfather, Clifford b1891, Mynwer, Six Bells, Llanhilleth, Gwladys b1893, Elsie 1895, Olwen b 1897. My mother Eileen was b 1920 Cwmnantyrodyn, Mynyddislwyn, Newport, Monmouthshire and went to Brigg Girls High School
red mail mynyddislwyn Morgans
My ancestors lived in the Ton y pistill area from about 1805 to about 1840. Hezekiah, Isaac(went to america 1851) John (WENT TO AMERICA 1851). Hezekiah, my gt. gt. gt. grandfather baptised mynyddislwyn church, buried in argoed chapel cemetary. Looking for links / info.

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