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Monmouthshire, County of Monmouth, Sir Fynwy (County, MON, Wales, Cymru)
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Monmouthshire, maritime co., in W. of England, bounded N. by Herefordshire and Brecknockshire, E. by Gloucestershire, S. by the Bristol Channel, and W. by Glamorgan; greatest length, N. to S., 32 miles; greates... more
 
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red mail Thompson & Davies
Seeking information on these family names in the area of Newport - John Thompson & Katie Davies were married and had two children, we believe, John Augustus & Edith Kate. John Thompson and his son were both ship builders/engineers. John Thompson did drown near Ireland in shipping accident 1910. Thank you!
red mail Biss Families
Any information on the Biss Families? My connection came from Newport. Thanks
red mail Elizabeth MORGAN/MORRIS
If anyone has any information on the following please let me know. Elizabeth Morgan (1809-1882) born to Anna and Henry, married John Morris (1810-73), children Richard 1835, Alfred T 1837, Henry 1837-80, George 1840-97, Edward 1842, Walter Lionel 1844-1932, James J 1844, John 1844, Phoebe 1845-1922, Margaret E 1847, Sarah S 1848, Selina 1849 and Frederick Samuel 1855.
red mail George MORRIS/Phebe GARDNER
If anyone has any information on the following please let me know. George Morris (1785-1844) married Phebe Gardner (1786-1862), children John 1810-73, Richard 1814-73, Elizabeth 1821-84 and George 1824.
red mail Walter Ford b1860
Looking for any info regarding this gentleman thx Rick
red mail JOHN HOWELLS
My grandfather Walter RUCK was living with John HOWELLS a Blacksmith/Farmer in a cottage in Cwmcarvan Hills in 1901. I would like any information on John Howells, or contact with descendants. Any help appreciated, thanks! Peter.
red mail could anyone help please
I am trying to find out more information on the SEABOURNE family and we are connected to HEREFORDSHIRE as well as RAGLAN MONMOUTHSHIRE, and used to be known in areas of PENRHOS, and LLANARTH back in early 1900s , we have connections with the WILLIAMS family in PENRHOS ,and of a parish clerk in same area. and my grandmother was May Victoria SEABORNE married a Thomas WATKINS in 1930 and settled down in LLANISHEN MONMOUTHSHIRE until she died in 1933 still in her twenties.my father was born in 1928 PENRHOS MONMOUTHSHIRE would be delighted to hear from anyone who thinks this sounds familiar to them regards maria
red mail joseph l davies of Tredegar
Hi, Looking for info on Joseph born 1933 to Mabel Maud Robbins.He moved to London at an early age with some of his siblings. Cant find out about his London life or how long he stayed there or when he returned to Wales he died in Brynwmar in 1998.Did he have children? Did he work? Did he marry? Did he have children? SO many questions. Thanks Peter.
red mail Samuel family from Bedwellty
Hi! I am looking for any information on a Samuel family that lived in Bedwellty. Benjamin & Margaret Samuel and they had 4 Children: Thomas James, James and Elenore J. and William Samuel - round about the time period 1860's. Thank you for any help.
Margaret and Connie/Constance LEWIS
Margaret E Lewis had an illegitimate daughter named Connie - perhaps Constance. Margaret later married Alfred Ernest Warfield in 1930 and they had a son, Bertram. Constance married William (Bill) and it is thought that they may have run a pub - possibly in the Port Talbot district. Can anyone help please?

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