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red mail Trecwn Mill & JAMES family - (Tre-Cwn, Trecwn - Pembrokeshire)
Griffith JAMES c 1754-1819, wife Martha DAVID. Children Thomas, Martha, Lettice and Griffith. Involved with Mill and Farm. Land was leased from VAUGHAN family. Griffith JAMES c. 1779-1857, wives, Elizabeth JOHN and Charlotte HOWELL. Many children including Lewis (+Hannah GRIFFITHS), Eliza (+ William DAVIES) Dinah (+ John BAXTER) Another family involved is CORNACK but don't know how. Mill was located on land used as armament depot, called Trecwn RNAD -Royal Naval Armament Depot, back in 1950-60??. Any info about history of RNAD, Mill and JAMES family ? Janice.
red mail JOSEPH JOHN - (Trefgarn Owen, Trefgarn-Owen - Pembrokeshire)
I am still trying to trace my great great grandfather Joseph JOHN born around 1833 in parish of Brawdy. Married Martha MATTHIAS, born around 1827, in Pembroke on the 9th of May 1877. His second wife was Mary Ann TAYLOR and they married on the 22nd of July 1882.
red mail Francis & Jones - (Trefin, Trevine - Pembrokeshire)
My ancestor Captain Thomas Francis married Sarah Jones at Llanrhian Church in 1788 He was later lost off the coast of Anglesey in January 1802 The ship Martha was from Fishguard. Also his two sons William Francis 19 yrs and James Francis 21 were both lost off the coast of Ireland in 1810. I am searching information regarding these events.any information would be greatly appreciated
red mail Cadogans Of Upper Nash - (Upper Nash - Pembrokeshire)
My great grandfather Richard Cadogan was born here in 1858. His father John was born at Cosheston and his mother Ann Thomas was born at Upton, Ann was called granny the back because she lived at the back of Upper Nash Farm.
Benjamin Davies - (Uzmaston - Pembrokeshire)
I'm looking for information about my great great great grandfather Benjamin Davies. He was born in Uzmaston in about 1778. He was a watchmaker and jeweller by trade, probably in Haverfordwest to begin with. His father Owen Davies was also a watchmaker. Benjamin had sons, William Ayleway Davies, born 1812, and Richard Gibbon Davies, born about 1815, and in 1822 the family moved to Carmarthen where Benjamin continued his jewellery and watchmaking business, later with a branch in Cardigan run by son William. Benjamin died in Carmarthen on 30 March 1845. His sons continued the business in Carmarthen after his death. Benjamin married Mary Gibbon in Uzmaston in 1808. She may have been a relative of Richard Gibbon, a former High Sheriff of Haverfordwest. She died in 1827 in Carmarthen. In January 1845 Benjamin married Mary Ann Powell in Carmarthen.
red mail Allen - (Waltwn Gorllewin, Walton West - Pembrokeshire)
Seeking info.on William and Rebecca Allen who lived in Walton West at the end of the 18th century.
Eliza and Sarah THOMAS - (Warren - Pembrokeshire)
I have an Eliza THOMAS and sister Sarah born abt 1820 at Warren in Pembrokeshire. Father William I think. Any leads would be appreciated.
red mail HUGHES, GWYTHER - (Whitchurch - Pembrokeshire)
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 maryborough or merryborough wiston - (Wiston, Cas-wis - Pembrokeshire)
I am looking for any info on a dairy/farm at maryborough Wiston.My greatgrandmother was born there and her father working on the farm. I have found it on an old map but just wonder if anyone has come across any more info in their research
red mail Reed - (Wiston, Cas-wis - Pembrokeshire)
Looking for information on farmer Peter Reed, died Lower Hill, buried 28 March 1800, father of John. Also, any information on the railway accident on 01 Oct 1882 which killed 13 year old Robert Reed.
red mail Bevans of Rudbaxton - (Wiston, Cas-wis - Pembrokeshire)
Looking for any info of a Mary Unknown of Wiston who married Stephen Bevans of Rudbaxton, Pembs.
red mail John JAMES, Wiston - (Wiston, Cas-wis - Pembrokeshire)
Looking for JAMES family related to this John JAMES; born 1857 in Wiston, married Annie (of Honey Hook) THOMAS c. 1881. John JAMES died in 1935 in Tedston De La Mere, near Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, England. I'm trying to find connection to Griffith JAMES b 1754 or another Griffith JAMES, b. 1779. Thanks.
red mail John Griffiths - (Yerbeston - Pembrokeshire)
Am looking for a John R. Griffiths, b. 1829, of James and Charlotte Griffiths. Moved to US and died in Iowa in 1881.
red mail Evan Thomas Or Elizabeth Thomas - (Yr Eglwys Lwyd, Ludchurch - Pembrokeshire)
Searching for relatives of my gt grandfather from Pembroke and gt grandmother from St Clears, Carmarthen. Evan married at Bethlehem chapel in Pwll Trap, around 1886. He was born at a dwelling called "Grey Horse" Ceffyl Llwyd, nr.Ludchurch which used to be an old "inn" a two room farm tennant dwelling I need to find the name of his parents and or brothers or sisters pre 1880. Any info would be helpfull
red mail Benjamin Davies - (Yr Eglwys Lwyd, Ludchurch - Pembrokeshire)
I am searching for more information about my great great grandfather, Benjamin Davies, who married Margaret Evans in the Parish of Cyffig in 1843. Their marriage certificate shows them to be servants living in 'Ludchurch within the Parish of Ludchurch. Blaenwaun'. They later moved to Skewen but I am curious to know where they worked as servants - is there a large house or place that employed servants in 1843?

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