Author Topic: Llety, Rhoscolyn in the 1860's  (Read 13286 times)

Offline richardemlyn

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Re: Llety, Rhoscolyn in the 1860's
« Reply #36 on: Tuesday 24 October 17 21:48 BST (UK) »
Dragon T,

Thank you for your information re John Rowlands and Margaret Willimas, Llety Bach and their descendants, I concur with that information and the posting of Owen ap Anglesey 01/01/2015 @ 15:56 concerning their children.

Looking closer at John Rowlands, Llety bach, I have him b Trewalchmai 07/07/1793, d 09/12/1856 at Llety Bach, Rhoscolyn.  I am confident from Parish records that his parents were Edward Rowland 1771 - d 20/08/1799, Pumllog, Trewalchmai and Mary Pritchard b 3030/10/1774 Holyhead (possibly to a William Pritchard and a mother Grace)  d 12/04/1799 Pumllog, Trewalchmai.  Their children according to Parish records were John Rowlands, Llety bach, dates as above, Grace Rowland b 26/08/1795, Pumllog, Trewalchmai and William Rowlands b 30/05/1797 also Pumllog.

As both the parents, Edward Rowlands and Mary d 1799, the 3 children were left orphans. John Rowlands line has been developed extensively via Llety Bach, but I cannot find any trace of his siblings Grace nor William and would really appreciate your thoughts on both.

Thank you

Richard




 

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Re: Llety, Rhoscolyn in the 1860's
« Reply #37 on: Thursday 26 October 17 11:30 BST (UK) »
Hello Richard,
I've replied by PM
Anglesey - Thomas:
Bodedern, Heneglwys, Llanfair-yn-Neubwll.
Anglesey - Jones:
Llanfaethlu, Llanfair-yn-Neubwll, Rhoscolyn.
Anglesey - Parry:Llanfair-yn-Neubwll.
Anglesey - Lewis:Llanbadrig.
Anglesey - Willins & Tyran/Tyrer

Caernarvonshire - Evans and Lewis:Llanberis.

Denbighshire - Jenkins:Llandynan, Llantysilio, Cerrigydrudion.
Denbighshire - Jones:Rhos, Ruabon.
Denbighshire - Jones:Henllan

Flintshire - Mathews:Northop

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Re: Llety, Rhoscolyn in the 1860's
« Reply #38 on: Monday 30 October 17 19:01 GMT (UK) »
Hi Richard. there does'nt seem to be a Mary wife of Edward Rowlands noted  as being buried in the parish register of Trewalchmai 1799..but for the date you have ie 12th april, a Margaret Rowland is noted..

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Re: Llety, Rhoscolyn in the 1860's
« Reply #39 on: Monday 30 October 17 19:29 GMT (UK) »
...also,your dob for Edward 1771 seems unlikely if you consider the fact that, if the same person, he was noted as early as 1788 in the land tax reg. for pum llog, givng his dob more likely to be in the 1760's....

Land tax Trewalchmai:

Edward Rowland - pum llog - 1788, 90, 93, 94, 95, 96, 98

Rowland Edward - pum llog - 1768, 72, 73

some years in the registers are missing unfortunately, espescially the ones before 1768 which would have been really useful as the next occupant is:

Robert Edward - pum llog - 1746, 53

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Re: Llety, Rhoscolyn in the 1860's
« Reply #40 on: Monday 30 October 17 20:44 GMT (UK) »
....I have'nt been able to find a baptism for Edward, but he is likely to be the son of Rowland Edward whose dob would be c1745, possible mother Elin, noted as being the wife of RE when buried in 1776 gwalchmai..
In the burgess roll of 1782, Rlnd Edrds yeoman of tyddyn sarn engan [pum llog] is listed along with an Edward Edwards of the same..this EE could be our Edward Rowlands, giving a dob of c1761,as he would have to have been at least 21 to be 'rolled'...who knows ??
Interestingly, if we were able to connect Rlnd Edrds to Robert Edward of pum llog 1746, 53 land tax, I believe he could be of the Bodwina and Yspilltir families as in the pedigrees..plenty to search for...
hope this helps...