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Cardiganshire / Re: David Edwards c1801 Llangynfelyn
« on: Wednesday 13 June 18 16:58 BST (UK)  »
Llangynfelyn Heritage Society
Nigel Callaghan
Tel: 01970 832573
E-mail: ymhol "at"

The Common Room / Re: What does pwc mean on the 1939 register?
« on: Wednesday 13 June 18 16:39 BST (UK)  »
PWC, Political Warfare Committee.

Carmarthenshire / Re: A birth for Charlotte Rees (1814?-1891)
« on: Thursday 07 June 18 00:48 BST (UK)  »
i would say it is the 1808 one as she married in the same church as the baptism in this year

though the grooms name is issac edwards not john issac edwards

First name(s)    Charlotte
Last name    Rees
Year    1833
Event    Marriage
Marriage year    1833
Marriage date    15 Feb 1833
Residence    Saint Peter
Place    Carmarthen, St Peter
County    Carmarthenshire
Country    Wales
Spouse's first name(s)    Isaac
Spouse's last name    Edwards
Spouse's residence    Saint Peter

Carmarthenshire / Re: Missing Babies in Llanegwad/Nantgaredig
« on: Thursday 07 June 18 00:40 BST (UK)  »

Carmarthenshire / Re: Italian prisoner in POW 102 - Llanddarog
« on: Thursday 07 June 18 00:32 BST (UK)  »

Carmarthenshire / Re: Italian prisoner in POW 102 - Llanddarog
« on: Thursday 07 June 18 00:23 BST (UK)  »
be the first to add a name as none as yet

Family History Beginners Board / Re: Thomas Tobutt b1764 poss Surrey
« on: Thursday 31 May 18 23:36 BST (UK)  »
Thomas Tobutt Married Elizabeth Pritchard 1792 in Ruislip

in 1841 he was a agri labourer in Ruislip

Scotland / Re: William Haig Ferguson
« on: Wednesday 30 May 18 17:32 BST (UK)  »

Iam trying to find a photograph of Gwendoline Mary Jenkins I have a photo of her husband, reason being I and some other people are putting a book together for the schools in pembrokeshire a history of the service men and women, Gwen who was a field nurse in france married William in Devon in 1919 i have a wonderful newspaper cutting about their wedding day where the congregation consisited of the many people they took care of during the war even to were they where on crutches and bandaged but because they where really nice people. Gwen saved a young man from milford haven he was gassed his other 3 mates where killed all on the same day Matthew joined up 1 month before his 14th birthday two of the others where just 16, Gwen realised after his clothes where removed he was under age and had him sent home only for him to join the RNR service and patrolled the seas around pembrokeshire. We had hoped to find a photo of Gwen in her nures uniform we have one of matthew and his battalion and you can plaiinly see he was young indeed, I have written a letter to Miss G Binney in the hope that she is still here as her phone is ex directory, we just want to pay hommage to this wonderful nurse in the book we wil write about her but its always nice to actually see the person.

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