Village, Town or County  
 
 
Home
Help
Browse Entries



Llandenni Monmouthshire
 
Store this place
Link to this place
 
Old Map of Llandenni
Street Map of Llandenni
 
Places within
1-2 of 2

Entries around
red mail Walker, William Gwilliam
This is a long shot. In a transcript of the family bible, he is shown as having been born on 2 August 1785 at 'Berllanvedu'(farm or district - obviously a made up name - look at the French in it! or is it?),at Llandering (Town? spelling is not correct, as the handwriting is dreadful and I am trained in deciphering old handwriting!) in Monmouthshire. I have lots of in depth material about them in Australia, but have often wondered what they were doing in France in 1816. He was not in the army. Any relatives still out there in Wales? I will send you a family tree of the Walker-Fletchers in Australia, since 1825. They were well off it appears, as they had chartered the Admiral Cockburn and carried stock and more than £500 as they received a land grant as soon as they got to Tasmania. My daughter and I would love to know more about him and the other family members - another William Walker d. 1793, Elizabeth Walker d. 1797, Mary Walker d. 1802, Miles Walker d. 1808, and so on. The town may also be Abergavenny. Regards Rosie
red mail Edwards
Looking for an 'Edwards' family in Llandenni. Occupation - Farmers in late 1700's - early 1800's I have a Mrs Margaret Edwards c 1792, born Llandenni,aged 69, Farmers widow, living in Cheltenham with her Daughter Margaret Green (nee Edwards, born 1831 St Briavels, Glos). So either Mrs Edwards' Husband had a farm in Llandenni or nearby or her husband was a farmer in St Briavels. Other surnames include Havelock, Pickett.


 
Surname GeoSearch

Surname
County
Village/Town
Find within
Text of Entries
Surname Keywords
GeoSearch Help

Read & Reply
Change email
Check entries
Upgrade
Renew


To send a message or add an entry... join CuriousFox as a free or paid member. Paid members have entries with green envelopes and all members can send them messages. Entries added by free members have red envelopes and only paid members can contact them.





Previous page