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red mail Emily Jane Julien formerly Lewis & Edward william Julien
I have traced my paternal grandparents to Skenfrith in between 1921-1925 when they lived on a farm or smallholding. They were Edward William Julien (my grandfather) a mariner b in South Shields in 1875 & my Grandmother Emily Jane Julien, formerly Lewis. It could have been a farm already occupied by emily's parents.... George lewis (stonemason) and his spouse emily Jane Baldaro, both from Gloucester. Does anyone have any info: as to the name of the farm? My father Harold Julien was there aged 8 with his other brothers. Any one know of them at that time?
On another note from my last posting I have now found that Elizabeth's father was called David and her mother was Ann Elizabeth Salmon pre 1799 and was married at St Michael's in Bristol and that Robert Batten was a Chemist/Druggist hoping that this will help in finding these people propper. thank you Wayne
I am looking for Elizabeth Ann Bayes born 1799 and grew up in Skenfrith before marrying Robert Batten in 1823 then migrated to Australia in 1853 with Robert and her daughter and son (Sarah and Edward) on board a ship called "KYLE". They had 6 children all born in Bristol, 2 daughters only lived 16/17yrs(Ann and Mary), Catherine went to Utah in USA and married Cornelius Evans (in New York)from Bristol. William Henry was a son who also migrated to Aust but donot no when! Hoping that someone may be able to help thanks!
red mail Hanbury of Skenfrith
Ann Hanbury or Hambury of Skenfrith b about 1795, married Jonathan Creed Box of Penallt in about 1820. Looking for any likely Hanbury family connections. Please can you help?
red mail Edmunds of Skenfrith
Daughter Frances married Thomas Edwards(Garway) 3 children I know of George(b1842) Alfred(b1847) Thomas(b1848 my GtGFather) Elizabeth(b1850) Charlotte(b1855) William(b1858) and Frances(b1860) Lived in Gaer Cottages Abergavenny 1861Census and Symes Row AberG 1881Census. Interestingly I have documents which show both Thomas and William as my Grandads father Can anyone help ?
red mail EdwardsFamily
More info on Thomas b 1817 Garway married Francis b1818 Skenfrith-5 Children Alfred 1847,Thomas1848(my gt gt grandfathe)Elizabeth1850 Charlotte b1855 and william b 1858
red mail The Davies Family
I am looking for an information on the Davies family all born in Skenfrith. William Davies B 1809 was a builder, his wife Ann B 1808, children Elizabeth B 1839, James B 1841, Ellen B 1843, Jonathon B 1845 and especially William Henry B 1848. Thank you.
red mail John Jenkins
Born 1728 in Skenfrith. Had a brother Joseph b. 1718, and a sister b. 1723. The sister married a William Morgan in abt 1741 in Skenfrith. Their father, Joseph b. 1697, was also born in Skenfrith. Any assistance with filling in the blanks would be wonderful!
red mail Edmunds of Skenfrith
William Edmunds married Elizabeth ? circa 1816. From the baptism records of their children they were farming at Norton, then Lade farm, then The Farm (which I have found on the map). Their children were Mary Ann(1817), Frances(1818),Paul(1820), John(1822), William(1824), James(1826), Charles(1829), George(1832) and Eliza (1834). I am looking for the birthplaces and dates of William and Elizabeth, and Elizabeth's surname and their marriage date.
red mail The Giles Family
My grandmother Amy Giles was born in Skenfrith in 1897. She was the daughter of Shadrack and Elizabeth Giles and was the youngest of 10 children. She later came and settled in London where she died in 1982. I would be grateful to hear from anyone who many know anything about the family.

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