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Llanllwchaearn, Llanllwchaiarn Montgomeryshire
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red mail Evans, Lewis
I am searching for information on my great grandfather (and beyond), Evans E. EVANS born April 1848 in Cardigan, Llanllwchaiarn, Wales. He Immigrated to the US in 1869 at age 21. While in the US he married Ann LEWIS, born to Herbert and Mary LEWIS June 21, 1851 in Pantagere, Wales. Any information would be grealtly appreciated. Jay
red mail The Beehive 1841
My Gt Grandmother Elizabeth Manuel was born to William Manuel and Catherine Manuel (nee Swancott)on the 12th April 1841 at the Beehive Llanllwchaiarn. Any information abot the families or what the Beehive was would be appreciated. Elizabeth married Henry Davies in 1867 in Liverpool. Henry was also born in Llanllwchaiarn in 1840 to Edward and JaneDavies (nee Evans) at Church Street.
red mail Thomas Bowen(1796)
Thomas Bowen and his family lived at the Rock Farm LLanwchaian, near Newtown for many years. His son Maurice Bebb Bowen migrated to Australia and created a dynasty there from his 13 children.I know very little about his siblings.Can you help?? Col
Sarah HUMPHREYS born Llanllwchairn c.1810. Married Thomas Pugh of Llandysul (Llandyssil, Montgomeryshire. Subsequent residences included Clunbury 1850, Lydbury North 1851 and Bishop's Castle 1861. Children include Charles Pugh born Clunbury 1850
red mail Bliss Family
Researching the Bliss family in Llanllwchaiarn. From 1781
red mail Edward Williams
Looking for information on Williams or Bliss family of Heartsease farm. My Gt Grandmother Margaret Williams married a Bliss at the turn of the century and they had 1 son, Edward. She later re-married a Mumford in England and had 3 more children. Would love to hear from anyone with a connection to the Williams family. Long straw I know Cheers Gary
red mail Edward Gittins
Edward Gittins was a blacksmith. Born in the 1850s. Married Esther Nock of Newtown. His father was Rees? Gittins, also a blacksmith. Any information gratefully received.

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