Author Topic: Evans Family, Ynysygarth Clydach 1911  (Read 3106 times)

Offline CaroleW

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Re: Evans Family, Ynysygarth Clydach 1911
« Reply #9 on: Tuesday 02 February 16 16:32 GMT (UK) »
Louisa was b 1867 so by the late 1940's she would be around 80.

 Her daughter Mary would be in her 50's by then and to a child of 10 or so that can appear quite elderly so do you think it's possible it was Mary and her daughter who visited rather than Louisa and Mary?

Why do you think the visitors were Louisa and Mary and why do you think the visit was about the adoption?  Did you hear their conversation?

Is the identity of the visitors fact or supposition?  Is the purpose of their visit fact or supposition?
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Re: Evans Family, Ynysygarth Clydach 1911
« Reply #10 on: Wednesday 03 February 16 18:48 GMT (UK) »
Mary Evans was my mother's birth mother my mother was illegitimate. She was born 14 July 1910 and was adopted at 6 weeks old.i am looking for any information I can get.

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