Author Topic: Evans - Amlwch and Trefdraeth, Anglesey  (Read 639 times)

Offline HDeFer

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Re: Evans - Amlwch and Trefdraeth, Anglesey
« Reply #9 on: Sunday 08 July 18 23:31 BST (UK) »
Have seen his bond, as well as his wife Elizabethís a couple of years later, thank you! 

Will check out the other link that was sent.

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Re: Evans - Amlwch and Trefdraeth, Anglesey
« Reply #10 on: Wednesday 11 July 18 20:56 BST (UK) »
Got additional information yesterday, sounds like two of Emanuelís children (Hannah and Thomas Evans) both died in 1797, and Bontfawr was their abode.  May have been in Amlwch, or may have been near Llanerchymedd as I have seen reference to a minister there.  He was a yeoman as well, so may have had a large or small freeholding.  Can anyone locate this home/Farm in the late 1700ís?  Two others died at the abode in the same year, a Margaret Griffith and a William Painter, died 1797 at Bontfawr.

Also in the 1801 Amlwch census, It says Emaníl (Emanuel) Evans lived at Treydrath.  Was that Trefdraeth misspelled, or is that a different home/place name?

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