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Morgan family
George Morgan - b 1860 - married Annie Sullivan who is my great Aunt. I have a photograph of a house in Caersws which states that it is the Morgan family residence in Caersws. It was presumably taken by my grandfather Arthur Powell Sullivan who was Annie's brother. If any member of the Morgan family would like to have a copy of this photograph I would be pleased to forward them one. I do not have any contact with any of George and Annie's descendants - although I know that there are some out there somewhere.
red mail MYATT
I am looking for information on the Myatt Family living in or around Caersws, My Grandparents were Andrew & Hannah Myatt they moved to Caersws from the Pontypridd area about 1935 and stayed there untill Hannah's death in 1968. My Father was John Myatt their son, I believe I still have some family in the area.
red mail john owen born caersws 1832
i am looking for john owen born in caersws in 1832 and has been listed as john(jun)owen so that tells me that his father was also called john. John(1832) died in 1902 the the folly or folly farm in broseley Shropshire any help at this stage would be a great help as my ancestry trail seems to end here.ta!
red mail GEORGE PRYCE DAVIES - Caersws b8/11/1853 died Australia.
Looking for my GGrandfather, George Pryce DAVIES, according to his death certificate here in Australia, was born 8/11/1853 in Caersws, Wales. We have been to Caersws and his birth is not registered at the Newtown Archives. His marriage states his father was William, a farmer and mother Sarah. He may have had a brother named Richard who worked on the railway as a porter or station master. George came to Australia in 1875 we believe after working in London and then working his way over on a vessel. There are no records of him on any shipping lists to Australia. George worked most of his life as a railway porter here in Sydney.
red mail Brees And Gwillim Families
Matthew (born Llanwnog)and Anne (born Llanavan-fawr) were married at Caersws in 1813, and had a son Thomas (in 1819) who later became innkeeper at the Lion Inn, Llandinam, around 1870. His wife and he are buried in Llandinam churchyard, having died in 1874 and 1892 respectively. Daughter was Mary Jane Breese (the official spelling of the name by this time), born around 1850. More on the Brees/Breese/Gwillim families, please.

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