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JOHN AND GEORGE VIGGORS
Sylvanus VIGGARS and Susannah had twin sons John and George baptised at St Marys, Chapel Hill, Monmouth on 01.07.1810. John's first marriage was to Harriet Reynolds on 09.03.1834 but she died in 1837 aged 25. His second marriage on 10.10.1840 was to Gwenllyan Williams but sadly she died in 1846 aged 30. John had four children Mary Ann (1836-1861), Susannah (1836-), Gwenllian (1835-) and George (1840-1849). I have the 1841/51 census return but not traced the 1861 census for him. His brother George married Mary Warr 20.05.1823 at St Marys, Chapel Hill, they had four children Thomas (1824-1849), Charles (1815-1849), Mary Ann (1831-1849) and Henry (1834-) The family is recorded on the 1841 census but no trace of George and his wife Mary after this. If anyone has links to the VIGGORS/VIGORS family tree and has any further information about John and George it would be very much appreciated. Their grandparents were George (-1807) and Sarah (1738-1828 nee Partridge) who are buried at St Marys, Chapel Hill, they and their family originally came from Bouldon Shropshire. Thank you and best wished Cheryl
GEORGE VIGGORS AND SARAH PARTRIDGE
George VIGGORS and Sarah PARTRIDGE are my 3x great grandparents, they were married in Holdgate, Bouldon, Shropshire on 12.04.1762. They had ten children, Mary (1763), George (1768), Sarah (1771), John (1773-1775), Henry (1775), Martha (1777), Thomas (1767), William, Richard and Sylvanus. At some stage George and Sarah moved to South Wales. When George died he was buried on 21.12.1807 at St Marys Church, Chapel Hill, Tintern Abbey, Monmouthshire. Sarah was also buried there on 06.01.1828 aged 90 years. Henry (my 2x great grandfather) also moved to Wales but he settled in Neath Glamorgan and worked at the Iron Foundry his brothers Thomas, Richard, Sylvanus and possibly William settled in Monmouthshire. Thomas (1767-1854) and Richard are also buried at St Marys Church, Chapel Hill Tintern Abbey. If you are connected to this family tree please get in touch. Thank you.
red mail Kerwood
I am looking for any information on Richard Kerwood Sr.(1750) who's wife was named Elizabeth. I believe his father's name was William but have no wife's name and that is where I am stuck. I think the family was originally from somewhere in England and came to Wales. I do know that Richard lived in Chapel Hill Monmouthshire for I have info on the children's church records there. Any help you can give me would be appreciated so I could break down that wall and continue my search for my ancestors. At the moment I am at a standstill with no set info on Richards parents or grandparents.
red mail WATKINS
Henry WATKINS baptised 1806 in Chapel Hill(probably son of John and Ann who had seven other children). Married Ann b1804 probably Machen. Henry and Ann ended up in Newport. Sons John (1831) and Alfred Octavius Watkins (c1833)who was architect of several Newport public buildings.
red mail Tamplin/Wheeler
In particular Thomas and Hannah(born Tintern) Wheeler born late 1700 early 1800 had children Charles,Thomas, John and a daughter between 1842 and 1850. Unable to find their marriage or whereabouts in 1841. Thomas mother was Elizabeth
red mail DUFFIELD
My family lived at Chapel Hill. Looking for present day descendants of William DUFFIELD and Marianne nee DAVIES i.e.particularly James b. 1860 m. Rosina b. 1870 m. Bedminster 1891. Chn Gladys 1893 Cyril 1894. James had brother? Oliver DUFFIELD b.c. 1877. He disappears, anyone know anything about him please?


 
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