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red mail William MORRIS and Jennet GREEN
William MORRIS and Jennet GREEN married at Roch on 26th November 1772. They had one son - Joseph - who was born about 1793 in Hayscastle. I am sure that there must have been other children born in the intervening years but have not been able to trace them. My prime interest however is to find more information about William and Jennet and their parentage.
red mail mark williams
Does anybody know mark williams who owned the local shop if you do could you please ask him to contact uncle ken in caerphilly urgently
red mail David Morris and Lydia Richards
I am interested in finding any baptism or marriage records for the afore mentioned both of whiom were born in the Roch area. David Morris was born circa 1796 and his wife Lydia nee Richards circa 1801. They would have married circa 1825 in Roch. Many thanks.
Trying to trace descendants of Phebe THOMAS, born in Roch c1812, the daughter of John THOMAS and Rachel nee OWENS. I believe that Phebe married James GWYTHER (born Brawdy, c1816) in 1842 and that they had at least 3 children: Lettice (c1843), John (c1845) and Richard (c1848). In the 1881 census, James is listed as farmer of 50 acres at "Trevnane" in Roch parish. Of their children, I don't know what happened to John. However I believe Lettice married John HUGHES (born c1844 at Whitchurch) in 1867 and that she had at least four children: Phoebe (1869), Mary (1873), Margaret (1875) and John (1876), the three daughters born in Whitchurch and John in St Davids. In the 1881 census John HUGHES is listed as a farmer of 20 acres at "Trelerwr" village. I also believe that Richard GWYTHER married Mary Ann EVANS in 1876 and had 6 children: John (1877), Patsey (1879), Phoebe (1883), Thomas (1885), Martha, (1877) and Lilian (1890), all born in and around Brawdy. In 1881 Richard is listed as farmer of 95 acres in Brawdy and his father James GWYTHER, now widowed, is living with the family.
red mail Thomas
Interested in hearing from anyone with information about John THOMAS and Rachel OWENS, both probably born at Roch c1791 and who married on 7th November 1811 at Roch parish church. They had the following known children: Phebe (c1812), Jane (bapt 12/02/1815), Richard (10/05/1817), William (c1818), James (09/07/1820), Mary (21/10/1827), Lettice (c1831), Eliza (c1833) and Louisa (c1837). Richard died at Roch on 31st March 1862 and Rachel in the same parish on 24th May 1860 and both were buried in Roch churchyard. Their daughter Lettice married Charles TUDOR, originally TEW, at Roch on 14th October 1854 but I have no information about their other children.
red mail TEW or TUDOR
Researching the TEW (later TUDOR) family who appear to have settled in Roch c1770. John TEW married Elizabeth HARRY at Roch on 17th November 1774 and had the following children: George (1775), John (1777), Ann (1779), Richard (1782 - died same year), Richard (1783), Mary (1786), David (1789) and Elizabeth (1792). Of these, John TEW married Mary LLEWHELIN at Roch on 25th February 1813. Their children were: Thomas (1814), Richard (1815), Charles (1816), Lettice (1819), Elizabeth (1822), David (1824), Joseph (1825) and Mary (1834). John's brother Richard married Mary GIBBY of St Brides in that parish on 25th January 1825 and produced Elizabeth (1835), George (1837 - 1885: became a police constable in Pembrokeshire) and John (1838 - became alicenced victualler in Cwmdu, Glamorgan). The family changed its name from TEW to TEWDOR to TUDOR over the course of the 1840s. I believe the original John TEW may have come from the St Brides area. I am descended from Charles TEW (later TUDOR) born at Roch in 1816 and who married Lettice THOMAS (daughter of John THOMAS and Rachel (nee OWENS) at Roch on 14th October 1854. Does anyone recognise any of the above please?

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