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Abertillery, Aberteleri, Abertyleri Monmouthshire
Also spelt as Aberteleri and Abertyleri.
 
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red mail Jim (James) and Ivy Adams
I am seeking more info' about my grandparents, Jim (assume James) and Ivy Adams, who moved from Abertillery to Birmingham. Any potential relatives, friends, leads, please let me know. They had 2 sons in Birmingham, David and Clive.
Harris and Evans
I am seeking information regarding John Harris the son-in-law of Henry John Evans. John Harris was the second husband of Hanna the daughter of Henry John Evans and wife Dinah. Dinah (nee Edwards) who died on 9 March 1918 is buried in the Abercynon cemetery. John Harris was present at the death of his father-in-law HJE on 23 February 1925 in the Aberbeeg hospital. The residential address was stated as 146 Alma street Abertillery. Any information would be much appreciated.
red mail Jenkyn-Thomas
I am looking to make contact with Angela Jenkyn-Thomas who lived in Abertillery (Blaina) approx 5 yrs ago.
red mail Evans Giralaus
Can anyone connect ? Born Abertillery abt 1880 according to cenus. Father John mother Diana? Dinah? Anna (believe maiden name maybe Dinah Edward ) HELP
red mail Osborn Davies
Looking for information on a Osborn/Osborne Davies born between mid 1880,s to 1896 born cwmtillery, fathers name David Davies,David was from montgomeryshire, and was a miner,would be most grateful for any information on Osborn/Osborne,and the name of his mother,can only find Osborn/Osborne on the 1911 cencus is age is given as 15.His father David is married again to his second wife Alice they were all living at 74 west bank cumtillery, would be most grateful for any help with this Osborn/Osborne mother I believe Osborn mother died giving birth,I also think Osborn could have had another first name, i have been unable to find a Osborn Davies born in cumtillery. kind regards ann
red mail townsend
i am looking for family members on my dads side of the family, his name was ivor townsend and married mary ann mcneil known as nancy,in 1923 , my dad came from abertiilary ,and moved to ramsgate kent in 1946. ,he had several brothers ,but sadly we have lost contact over the years , any help would be gateful.
red mail Barnes - Abertillery/ Sengenydd
I am researching the name Barnes in Abertillery, particularly william Thomas Barnes, born 1890. Any help would be appreciated. I know that he had a sister Mary Ann born 1887, 2 brothers David J Barnes born 1883 and Edwin J barnes born 1895. so any information on the Barnes family would also help. Thanks
red mail Smale Family
I am looking for information on my Great Grandparents Charles and Esther Smale. They came from Bath with their seven children around 1909 to 1911 to Oxford Street Abertillery.I am trying to locate their grave I know its in the old and no longer used Blaenau Gwent Cemetary opposite Preston Street in Abertillery i have the grave number and the row number but don't know how to locate it could anyone help me please (.Update ) at last I have found my Great Grandparents grave thanks to a kind gentleman who helped me locate it .
red mail Went Family
Iam looking for infomation regarding the family of Joseph Went married to Ann Woodhouse 1859 in St Weonards Herefordshire.
red mail Evans married Edwards, Help needed
Henry John Evans a Coal Miner married Dinah Edwards both born about 1855, her father was Edward Edwards. Children Hannah b abt 1875 abertiltillery ? Giraldus born abt. 1880, Abertillery ?, Alice b abt. 1885, Pontywaun, Margaret) b abt. 1887 Cwmcarn or Abercarn, Edward b abt 1891 Abercarn, David 1894 Abercarn. If anyone can help with this family I would be very pleased to hear from them

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