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Re: Tregaron
« Reply #9 on: Thursday 01 January 15 19:42 GMT (UK) »
this is Edward the hawker from 1851 (as is everyone from Edward downwards, and all from Cardiganshire, apart from Griffith Evans. Jenkin Davies, David George and Hugh Hugh are also from tregaron)

John Davies    44 - tailor b Cardiganshire
Margret Davies    46 - b Lampeter
Mary Davies    20 - b Lampeter
Edward Edwards   40
John Rees        44
Jenkin Davies    35
Morgan Jones    41
David George    35
Hugh Hugh    27
Griffith Evans    60

HO107, 2458, 557, 20

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Re: Tregaron
« Reply #10 on: Thursday 01 January 15 20:02 GMT (UK) »
nathaniel

1841 - Newcastle (town) [ie Bridgend]. most if all not born in county

Mary Jones    60 - lodging keeper
Nathaniel Edwards    35 - stocking ??
George Jones    20
Mary Jones    30
Ann Andrus    65
Mary Amos    40
John Dean    20

HO107, 1422, 20, 8


1851

 Mary Jones    70 - widow, lodging keeping b Pembs, Nevern [?]
Stephen Jones    5 - grand son b bridgend
Nathaniel Edwards    47 - b Tregaron, hosier, married
Richard Brown    64 - bookseller b Glasgow
Mary Brown    60 - bookseller b Dublin
Ismael Evans    61 - boot and shoemaker b Newcastle Emlyn
Mary Williams    50 - cape seller b Carmarthen
Mary Williams    19  - cape seller b Carmarthen

HO107, 2461, 674, 6

1861 - Chapel St, tregaron
Nathaniel Edwards    56 - hosier b Llangyby
Elizabeth Edwards    53 - b Tregaron
Elizabeth Alma Edwards    6 - grand daughter b Milwaukee Wisconsin
William Davies    25 - boarder, police officer

RG9, 4204, 36, 5

1871 - 17 Chapel St
Nathaniel Edward    66 - b Llanddewi brefi, hosier
Elizabeth Edward    64 - b Caron
Elizabeth O Edward    16 - b Milwaukee
Mary Bell    3 - visitor, stationmaster's daughter, b Bettws, Carms
John Evans    22 - stationmaster b Llandinam, Montgomeryshire
Magdalen Thomas    19  - servant

RG10, 5571, 61, 22

1881 - Werna, Tregaron

John Evans    32 - builder's merchant b Llandinam, widower
Sarah B.A. Evans    8
Herbert P. Evans    5
Nathaniel E. Evans    4
Elizabeth A. Evans    2
Nathaniel Edwards    76 builder's merchant b Llangeitho, widower. Grandfather in law
Elizabeth Evans    36 - sister
Mary Davies    32 - servant

Nathaniel Edwards
Q2 1888  Tregaron Vol 11b, p556
Age at Death:    84


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Re: Tregaron
« Reply #11 on: Thursday 01 January 15 20:09 GMT (UK) »
For completeness - his wife Elizabeth

1841 - Water St?
Elizabeth Edwards 35 - hosier
Mary Ann Edwards 10
David Davies  30 - hosier


1851 - Chapel St, tregaron
David Davies 40 - visitor, stocking dealer
Elizth Edwards    45 - b tregaron. stocking dealer's wife
Ann Evans    12 - servant
HO107, 2487, 313, 29

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Re: Tregaron
« Reply #12 on: Thursday 01 January 15 21:58 GMT (UK) »
Mabel
Thank you so much for all the details, as always you have been a great help.
Best Wishes Roy
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Re: Tregaron
« Reply #13 on: Wednesday 07 January 15 16:40 GMT (UK) »
Hi Mabel
I'm not sure if you would be picking this up but just in case:

In your post of Jan 1st
quote "I have a possible for Edward in 1851 - there's a chap b Tregaron c 1811 visiting a Davies family in High St Merthyr. He's one of a number there described as hawker"
 
Sorry to trouble you but can you confirm that Edward Edwards was listed as 'visitor' and what of the other hawkers; were they visitors, or lodgers etc

Roy
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Re: Tregaron
« Reply #14 on: Wednesday 07 January 15 17:42 GMT (UK) »
Hi again Roy, Mabel is currently offline so just to let you know Edward Edwards 40 Married b Tregaron plus the other Hawkers were shown as visitors to a John Davies & family, the occupation of John Davies is that of a Tailor
Census Ref HO107/2458/557/20
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Re: Tregaron
« Reply #15 on: Wednesday 07 January 15 19:23 GMT (UK) »
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Thanks for picking up the post; and thanks for the details.
Roy

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