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red mail James Teague - born 1717
Hello Teague family. James had a brother, Thomas, who was born in 1719. Trying to trace family line back further than 1717. My grandfather, Reginald Percy Teague was born in Leytonstone, London, England in 1900. The father for James was Richard Teague. James married in Somerset in 1735. Would dearly love to know more of my Welsh ancestry. Thanks :) Photos, names, etc. Thanks, Deb
red mail Beavan, Bevan
Looking for info on Thomas Beavan (Bevan)thought to have been born in Clyro around 1800. Who were his parents? who were his siblings? where did he live? We know he had a nephew called William Beavan (Bevan) born around 1821 presumably in Clyro. Thomas married Eliza Williams in Monmouth in 1833.Eliza was about 10 years younger than Thomas. They had 7 known children Eliza b.1834;James b.1835; Thomas b.1837;John b.1840;Samuel b.1843;Elisha b.1844 & Enoch b.1848. All born in Monmouth. The elder Eliza died in 1853 and the elder Thomas died in 1855. Lots of information known about Thomas & Elizas children & their descendants but hardly anything known about Thomas the elder and his ancestors. Willing to share info. Please contact if you can shed any light. Thanks in anticipation
red mail Morris family
I am looking for information on Edward and Sarah Morris who were farming the area from about 1877 until early 1900s. Thank you
red mail Kilverts Diary
In his diary he talks of the Knight family who lived at Langley Burrell Farm. Has anyone anymore imformation about this family.I know tthat he also mentions the Wall family.
red mail Probert of Clyro
I am looking for William Probert b1863 in Glasbury, Rads. He married Sarah Ann Jones in 1883 in Clyro. Children - Sidney b1883, Henry b 1884, Hannah b1886, Mary b1888. Between 1888 and 1891 William left his family in Clyro and his whereabouts thereafter are a mystery. Can anyone help?
red mail Jones of Clyro
I am looking for information about the Jones Family of Clyro late 1700s early 1800s. Associated names are Prosser and Price.
red mail Stephen Jones Family, Clyro
I am looking for information about the Jones Family of Clyro. In particular the family of a Stephen Jones born there in 1787. He later married Hannah Prosser in Weobley where they raised a large family.
red mail llanshivor farm clyro
any info re william gore(b.1833) and mary gore(nee morgan)(b.1833) children, samuel.b.1854, david.b.1856, elizabeth.b.1858. maryann.b.1860. william.b.1863. edward.b.1865 and thomas.b.1870. why did william end up a 'banker' at coal works in blaina,monmouthshire from being a farmer of 235 acres?and, why did maryann and elizabeth, at their marriages, assume the name of pricegore?
red mail Price/Gore?Pricegore
Searching for ancestors of William Gore b.1832 Clyro, entered 1861 C and 1871 C who in 1881 census had changed his name to Price and moved to Forest of Dean. Daughters Mary Ann & Elizabeth used name Pricegoor on wedding certificates in 1880. A family quarrel possibly?
Beavan Emma & Ann
Looking for any info on Emma Beavan. Baptised in Clyro 20 Feb 1841. Mother Ann Beavan, no father given. Has anyone else come across a Beavan family in the Clyro area (may be spelt Bevan)?
red mail Jones, Prosser, Pugh, Chambers
Researching these families in Clyro, would like to exchange iformation .
Jones Family in Clyro
Looking for information about the family of Stephen Jones born late 1700s in Clyro. Married Hannah Prosser in Weobley and raised a large family there. Son Stephen Thomas married Ann Price of Weobley Any information would be appreciated
red mail Probert
Searching for any info on the Proberts who lived here at any time. Many thanks

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