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red mail Mary Ann Dutton
On the 1881 census, 4 year old Mary Ann Dutton - born in Abergavenny - is noted as the granddaughter of David Tanner and Fanny Tanner (nee Sargeant). Daughter 20 year old Jane is also listed. The Tanner's children (all born in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire) are: Mary Maria born 1844 bapt 13/10/1844 Euphemia born 1846 bapt 22/2/1846 married 26/09/1863 died 16/07/1908 - married William Thomas Limbrick Susanna born 1848 bapt 06/08/1848, death 1851 aged 3 Clara Fanny born 1853 bapt 26/08/1855 Eliza Susan born 1854 , death 1855 in infancy Ann Smith born 1855 bapt 26/08/1855 David Samuel born 1856 bapt 06/09/1857, death 1858 aged 10 Emma Matilda born 1859 Jane Ellen born 1861, married Henry Hawkins 1882 in Abergavenny, buried 30/01/1922 Nantyglo Ann Rosabell born 1863. I'm trying to find any records which may show which daughter gave birth to Mary Ann Dutton, can't find any record of a marriage of a Tanner to a Dutton nor a birth record for Mary Ann. Mary Ann's marriage record has the father being John Dutton, no luck there either.
red mail William Henry Owen Board
Seeking the descendants of William Henry Owen Board, born in Abergavenny on 25 April 1890 to Arthur William Board and Jessie Selina (nee Owen). He lived briefly in Cornwall, circa 1911-12, and served in WWI in the 1st Dragoons. In 1923 he married Florence Craske and they had three children: Florence  born Wandsworth 1924; William - born Wandsworth 1926 and Phyllis - born Gloucester 1927. Daughter Florence married a Thomas Dear in Maidenhead in 1950. William Board died in 1953 in Eton, Bucks., aged 63. Please contact if you are related.
red mail Axall, Axale or Oscall
I am looking for any information at all about the Axall, Axale or Oscall family from Abergavenny and Llanwenarth Ultra in Wales. Ada Annie Axall (also called Ada Ann Axall/Axale/Oxcall) was listed as born in 1860 in Abergavenny, Monmouthshire, Wales, and was the tenth (judging from census data on who was in the house) child of Selena Axall and William Axall. As a one year old, Ada was still in Abergavenny. By 1871, when she was 11 years old, she was listed as living at Llanwenath Ultar, Llandaff, Govillon, Monmouthshire, Wales. I would greatly appreciate any information at all about the family. Thanks!
red mail holland family
I am looking for information about the holland family who were at the post office in the early 1900s.l. believe hollndh a daughter to be my mother. Any information gratfuly received
red mail Evans, Thomas and Muriel
Looking for information on THOMAS and MURIEL (nee JENKINS) EVANS. Thomas was born in Blaina and was bought up by his aunty - Elizabeth Evans. The 1911 census shows him living with his family in Blaina. I have heard that Thomas was a keen chess player and also lived to 100, this would mean that he died around 2003 in Abergavenny. Thanks
red mail Martin Roberts
I am attempting to discover anything about my grandfather Martin Roberts and his wife of Armstrong House Abergavenny who had this address in 1937. My father St. John Martin Roberts (deceased), was born in South Africa in Kroonstad in 1910 and he fought in WWII in the South African Army-Air Force 1937-1945 "St.John" had 3 brothers 'Sony' Manfred and Alfred who were sailors in the British Navy in WWII also. Like to have information about the brothers too, please. I have only learned recently about Martin Roberts' old address of Armstrong House Ross Rd from my Dad's army papers in archives. I am busy with a life story of my family and know that my grandfather and his wife are buried in South Africa but I really want to find discover my granparents story and marriage in Abergavenny and about their background and family.If there are any relatives in Abergavenny who can help me learn more about my Roberts family, thanks. My dad won medals in WWII and I am curious about his brothers - my Uncles & grandparents and if anyone of them fought in WWI.& WWII. I live in the United States for 6 months and South Africa for 6 months each year and my family would like to know about all Roberts kin in in Abergavenny in Wales. Really curious Glynis
red mail registry office abergavenny
Please could anyone tell me anything about an address i have on a relatives marriage certificate. the marriage was in April 1920 at Abergavenny Registry Office, the witness names were Thomas G Hardwick & John Edwards. I have no idea who these two men were whether friends or family or even attendants at registry office does anyone else have these names on any certificates for Abergavenny that may help to narrow down the search. The names of the couple getting married were William Robson a Bricklayer age 37 father David Robson, occupation Painter (deceased). Gertrude Davies although here proper name is Gertrude Davis age 27 father Josiah John Davis occupation Ex Policeman. I know Gertrude came from Nr Stanstead in Essex. I have no idea at all of the life of William Robson. My other dilimna is the address given as the residence of Bride & Groom stated as, 6 Court A Tudor Street Abergavenny I have searched census' and cannot find any trace of this address other courts in Tudor Street give me no clues. I have looked for this couple from date of marriage and have a gap between the marriage in 1920 Abergavenny and when they appear in Fulham London in 1926 on an Electoral Role. Also I would like to know where I could find the Electoral Roles for Abergavenny from about 1910 to 1926 or if there is anyone out there that does searches for that area please do get in touch. I know there is a connection to Worcester with the names Winter Bull & Shergold. Maybe there is a connection through them names. William Robson the groom was in the 465th North Midland Field Coy Royal Engineers as a Sapper , maybe thats why he was there. The family have no connection to Abergavenny and from 1926 spent their whole lives in Fulham London, Gertrude was in Essex living with her parents on 1911 Census so would like to know how she ended up in Abergavenny in 1920. Maybe in Service. I have been searching for about 5 years now and have come up with nothing so any help would be most appreciated. Or even if anyone can lead me in the right direction that would be super thanks in advance and kind regards tracy
red mail May Elizabeth Edwards
Seeking information about May Edwards born 1918 Brecon. During the 1920s lived at either Abergavenny or Crickhowell. Alan
red mail shrimpf
am looking for any info on edith emily hancocks born abt 1882 who married fredrick john shrimpf july in 1907 in abergavenny , also married to a swift and a perry ,ivor s shrimpf was her son but went under the name of ivor smith he was my father in-law and his past is vague
red mail Walter Williams, a soldier
Looking for researchers of Williams family. Found a Walter Williams bp 18.1.1794, Abergavenny, the son of Walter Williams and Margaret. He married Rosanna Tippins of Dudley, Staffordshire on 11 September 1814. He served in the 23rd Foot Regiment, and the 85th Foot Regiment. He was discharged aged 44 (around 1835) He was a Chelsea Pensioner according to the census of 1851 when he was living with his wife and son at Trangor(?) In 1841 he was at Bury Cwm, Llanwenarth Ultra, aged 50, with Rosanna and 4 of his children, Henry, John, Elizabeth and Edward. His father, Walter Williams Snr. was bp 20.10.1750 in Abergavenny, the son of Lewis Williams.

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