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red mail Gray or Grey, Glamoganshire
Looking for any one with information on people with this name in Glamorganshire, after 1897.
Posted: 2006, Contact email reconfirmed: 2016
red mail Phillips, blacksmith
Daniel Phillips born in Haverfordwest,in 1840, married Elizabeth Rowlands.He disappeared and after she had married twice more and was widowed, he reappeared in 1891 census,Cardiff St Mary, living with her.Where had he been and why?
Posted: 2005, Member logged in: 2016
red mail Frances lilian Brookman steele
looking for info about my nan she married a Bushrod,from cardiff wales,but cant find any of her relatives.
red mail Rose Annie Petersen
Born Hannah Davies, married Karl Petersen in Cardiff and was mother of Olave Petersen. Olave died in WW1 about 1917.
red mail (John?) Lee
I am searching for the illigitimate son of Eileen Phyllis Lee who was born just prior to World War 2 somewhere in the Cardiff area. I am his half sister and desperate to find him. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
red mail REID/ Cardiff
George Reid (Master Mariner) b. 1823 Whitehaven, Cumbria sailed his father's brig, Douro, to Cardiff about 1850. In 1852 he married local girl, Elizabeth Symons, at St Marys church. They had nine children, five boys who all follwed their father as mariners. George died at Patrick Street in 1875 and is buried in Cathays Cemetery. Any info about this family, especilly the girls, most welcome
red mail SYMONS/Cardiff
Richard Symons (Master Mariner) b. 1787 Appledore, N. Devon, mar. Elizabeth Williams at Northan in 1822. The couple had one son, Richard at Appledore, but by 1826 were settled in Cardiff. As well as going to sea, Richard was landlord of the Ship Inn situated on the old sea lock. A further five children were born at Cardiff, three boys who all became master mariners (two also channel pilots) and two daughters, who both married master mariners. Richard died in 1867 and is buried in the Adamstown Burial Ground. Any info on this family would be most grateful.
red mail John Rees m. Mary Jane Parlour Cardiff 1889
Would love any information re John Rees who married Mary Jane Parlour in Cardiff, 1889. Their children were Rees, Pamela and Watkin. Their address was 35 Hills Terrace, St. John. Mary Jane was my great aunt. I live in Australia and would love to find out any information about my Welsh connections.
red mail All Saints Church Cardiff, Glamorgan
Hi Everyone I've just started compiling my family tree book and have searched and searched for a photo of All Saints Church Cardiff where my great great grandparents were married in 1874 but can't find one so am hoping someone may be able to please help? Also is there a website somewhere with photo's of churches in Wales? Kind Regards Tracy
red mail Lucy Harris/Henry clifford
I am looking for any information about Lucy Harris who must have arrived in Cardiff somewhere between 1882 and when she married Henry Clifford there in 1890. She was born in Buckinghamshire and in 1881 had been in domestic service, aged 15. So I assume she went to Cardiff for the same reasons and would love to know where she might have been. Her husband was from Wiltshire and on the 1891 census he was a painters labourer presumably attracted by industrial growth. At that time they were living in Roath. Any insight gratefully received.

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