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    Alwyn ap Huw

    Default Interests Humphreys Ganllwyd and Trawsfynydd

    John HUMPHREYS was born on February 21, 1831 in Derlwyn, Ganllwyd, Llanddwywe Uwch y Graig, MER and christened on May 27, 1831 in Capel Penystryd Congregationalist chapel Trawsfynydd. He was the son of Griffith Humphrey (1786- ) and Ann Morris (1793-1871+), both of Trawsfynydd.

    He worked as a copper miner until he was blinded in an accident in the mines.

    He married twice. His first wife was named Sarah (Williams or Rees), they married in 1858 in Dolgellau and had at least two Children (probably more) Sarah Humphreys who was born in and 1858 and Ann Humphreys who was born in 1864.

    Sarah died in 1865 and John married for a second time soon afterwards to my great great grandmother Jane WILLIAMS on October 22, 1865 in the Registry Office, Dolgellau.

    John Humphreys and Jane Williams had five children:

    Griffith HUMPHREYS (1868-1939) my great grandfather, who lived in Dolgellau MER.
    Elizabeth HUMPHREYS who was born in 1871 in Ganllwyd, MER
    John HUMPHREYS who was born in 1874 in Ganllwyd, MER and died in France 1915 in the First World War
    Evan HUMPHREYS who was born in 1876 in Ganllwyd, MER and moved to Llanwonno, GLA to work in the mines
    Hugh Thomas HUMPHREYS was born in 1881 in Dolgellau, MER and who died in Iraq in 1918 during the First World War

    I would be pleased to exchange information with anybody who has or thinks that they might have connections to this family

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    Default Hymphreys familly tree

    Hello, my grandmother was Ann Jane Humpreys 1876 who married Evan Evans(Evan Clocia). Living at Manaros Manod rd, Bleanau Ffestiniog. My father was Meurig Evans 1918 (Meurig Clocia).
    Ann Jane's parents were Morris Humphreys 1850 and Margret Williams who lived at 10 Penygroes, Bethania, Blaenau.
    I have ordered a copy of their marige certificate from the registerar in Dolgellau in order to find out exactly who their parents were and should get it later this week.
    There is a chance that it is the same family as yours as my father always used to talk about his old familly at gofaint penstrud Trawsfynydd.
    perhaps you could possibly help me with tracing our old teulu.

    Pob Hwyl
    John Evans (John Clox)

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    Hello Hymac - welome to Brit-Gen,

    Unfortunately, Alwyn ap Huw is no longer a member of the forum and will not be able to reply to your post.

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