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  1. Montgomeryshire Parish Records

    Hi All Bit of a newbie question.......... I have been trying to find Montgomeryshire Parish Records online to enable me to find older generations. Having visited the Montgomery Genalogical Society Website, it appears that many on the records are on findmypast. I'm just wondering if it's...

    Started by monicaj‎, 31-10-2011 3:22 PM
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  2. Caer Howell family home

    Hi, I'm attempting to research my Powell family ancestors which has proved most difficult given the Welsh surname of ap etc. I believe I maybe related to the Powells of the Bank in Castlewright, Montgomeryshire. I found a pedigree entitled the Powells of Ednop when at Castlewright (source:...

    Started by apowell‎, 11-05-2014 10:44 AM
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  3. Thomas LUCAS of Llangurig

    I am seeking Thomas Henry LUCAS, my great grandfather. According to the censuses of 1861 to 1891 he was born on Llangurig/Montgomeryshire. By 1860 he was with his wife Louisa (COOPER, from IoWight) in Islington. It is possible that oldest son, also Thomas, may have been born in Carmarthen ca 1858....

    Started by robinadexter‎, 17-01-2005 10:52 PM
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  4. Henry Hobbs Newport area

    Looking for any information on Henry Hobbs who was born in Bridgewater about 1821-22 and moved to Newport who he married his wife Marianne (surname unknown) about 1839. They had a son Alfred about 1850. Any information would be appreciated.

    Started by forestlea65‎, 02-05-2014 6:57 PM
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  5. Harriet Richards

    A friend of mine asked me to help with her family tree. Her ancestor: Harriet Richards was born in Llanfechain, Mongomeryshire 27. jan 1833. (In the Montgomeryshire records, it say's "illeg") Her parents are written as David Richards ( labourer ) and Margaret Francis. I see that they marry a few...

    Started by shaygriff‎, 17-09-2013 5:48 PM
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  6. Sarah Lewis

    I am trying to find information on a Sarah Lewis who was a great great grandmother of mine, the last recorded information I am aware of is on the 1891 census in the civil parish of Berriew but believe she may have died between 1898-1901,I have been to the church in the village of Trefeglwys,Powys...

    Started by cshore‎, 19-12-2012 9:03 PM
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  7. William Francis Lloyd Forden Montgomeryshire

    I am attempting to locate and validate information about my wife's 3x great grandfather William Francis Lloyd. My current data shows him born 5/10/1797 Forden, Montgomeryshire, Wales. I show that he probably immigrated to Canada in 1813 with his mother and father. I also have the following...

    Started by Jim Davis‎, 02-05-2012 6:58 PM
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  8. Thomas & Elizabeth Morgan

    It's been a while since I've been here but since hitting brickwalls all over the family, I decided to try and find out more about my "interesting" folks. Thomas Morgan was born 1801 in Llanfechen Montgomeryshire, he married Elizabeth (?) born 1801 in Llanymanddwy, Merionethshire. Thomas died in...

    Started by shaygriff‎, 03-03-2012 4:34 PM
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  9. Montgomery local knowledge, please!

    I'm tracing my great great grandfather George Vaughan, born 1832, Kerry, Montgomeryshire. His address on censuses has been described as "Little Argoed", Churchstoke. I have, perhaps naively, looked at modern maps and assumed this was a farm dwelling. However, having looked at a copy of his...

    Started by Jonesy‎, 25-02-2012 9:54 AM
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  10. Thumbs up GREEN NEWTOWN?

    I have just obtained a death certificate for Joseph Mills who died in 1859.On the certificate it says where died.....GREEN NEWTOWN. He died of a disease of the brain,was there a place in Newtown in 1859 called Green ? and could it have been an asylum or workhouse?Anyone out there know anything...

    Started by snappersnipes‎, 20-07-2011 4:01 PM
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  11. samuel cleaton marriage

    Hi I'm try to find a marriage between samuel cleaton and ann surname unknown. i think they are both from Llanidoes. I'm looking at 1825/26

    Started by whdsn‎, 20-03-2011 8:01 PM
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  12. Glas-coed and Old Quarry

    My ancestor was farrm bailiff at Glas-coed farm just north-west of Llansanffraid-ym-mechain when he died in 1870 (the outbuildings are now converted residences). Does anyone know who might have owned the farm so I can search for employment related documents? Also his wife's death certificate...

    Started by LynJames‎, 31-03-2011 1:38 PM
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  13. Marriage look up if posible St Tudur Darowen

    Hi Would it be possible if any one was going to the records office and had the time could you please look up the marriage of John Thomas and Jane Jones at St Tudur Darowen 1838 June Qrt , any infomation would be very much appreciated. Kind regards Sue

    Started by slewis‎, 11-09-2010 2:59 PM
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  14. Trefeglwys families: Morgan and Roe/Row

    I am working on two families from Trefeglwys parish. The Morgans: My 4x great-grandfather Evan Morgan, bap. 3 Aug 1797, son of David Morgan (?-1806) and Catharine Morris (1753-1818). David Morgan and Catharine Morris were married 21 Feb 1792 and known children include John born 1790, David...

    Started by tlcompton‎, 17-08-2010 4:35 PM
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  15. James Powell Montgomery

    Hello I am looking for the parents of James Powell born in Montgomery in 1803. he married Susannah Cranage in 1827 in Coreley in Shropshire. his occupation was a maltster. there were a lot of Powells in Coreley they may have been related to the Cranages . can any one help. thank you.

    Started by susyswan‎, 07-05-2010 1:12 PM
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  16. New House Montgomeryshire 1842

    Could there have been a town or village called New House in Montgomeryshire in 1842?

    Started by Bob Topley‎, 22-04-2010 1:28 AM
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  17. The Swan Inn - Llanrhaeadr & Llangedwyn

    I'm looking for a family connection to The Swan Inn which was located in Pentrefelin on the B4396 highway between Llanrhaeadr in the west and Llangedwyn in the east. My grandmother's sister Jane Parry (b 1884) married Jack Cartmail (b 1882) in 1914 and at onetime they owned The Swan Inn. I would...

    Started by Bob Topley‎, 19-10-2006 7:30 PM
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  18. Catherine Beedle, Llanidloes

    Does anyone have any birth details for a Catherine Beedle. She married William Baxter in 1782 in Llanidloes and went on to have children -Mary 1786, James 1792, Elizabeth 1783 and 1788 and William 1789. I have access to some parish records but cannot find her birth anywhere. Regards Gaynor

    Started by gamo16‎, 29-03-2010 1:28 PM
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  19. Howell,- Bont Dodgadfan, Llanbrynmair,

    Hello Group, I've crossed the pond, and jumped a great Wall, to find my Welsh rooted ancestors. William and Elinor Howell in Bont. They have been there since 1841, and I suspect that their children were all born there starting about 1810. Have any of you been successful in reserching this area...

    Started by Chas_70‎, 08-03-2010 7:05 AM
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  20. Question 1911 Gello Cottage Llansantffraid Mont.Wales

    I have just seen a copy of the 1911 census for my grand parents and their children. The postal address on the bottom right of the form is Gello Cottage Llansantffraid, Mont. Has anyone ever heard of Gello Cottage or know where it is? Could it be in Llanfyllin? Once I can establish where Gello...

    Started by Bob Topley‎, 30-11-2009 1:14 AM
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