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Herefordshire / Re: SEABORNE Vowchurch
« on: Tuesday 28 September 10 19:55 BST (UK)  »
Hi Emma
Thanks for being in touch re SEABOURNE. I think my great uncle married Gwynneth SEABOURNE in Pontypridd around 1917 but I am pretty sure they had no children and at some point were living in Evesham, he was a shop assistant in the early 1930's. We have no further knowledge of them. I am keen to find out anything that might be of relevance.
As your Seabournes came from Wales there may be a connection. Would love to know more if you can find out more about their Welsh connections.
Best wishes

Herefordshire / Re: SEABORNE Vowchurch
« on: Thursday 22 July 10 10:45 BST (UK)  »
Thanks Trish, I see her on the 1901 census. I'm not absolutely sure she is married to my particular Albert John Bowen, but if she did she would have gone to Evesham with him in 1930's. I know he and his wife were there at that time. He worked in a shop in the town. Would really appreciate any ideas how I can trace him? .... just wanted to find out if they ever had any children.

Herefordshire / Re: SEABORNE Vowchurch
« on: Wednesday 21 July 10 11:53 BST (UK)  »
I'm quite new to Roots, and am looking for my great uncle Albert John Bowen (b 1896) who I think might have married a Gwyneth Seabourne in Pontypridd Glamorgan in 1924.  I know Albert was in Evesham working in a shop during the 1930's but after that have no further info. Would love to know if you know of any connection with your Seabournes?
Thanks so much.

Glamorganshire / Re: Old boxers
« on: Tuesday 20 July 10 12:52 BST (UK)  »
Hi Gareth
I'm new here, but saw your post about boxing in Pontypridd, and wondered if you can help me trace Albert John Bowen who was connected to the Mill St boxing scene in Pontypridd around the 1920's?  My grandfather (Albert's elder brother) was also interested in boxing and a member there too. He was Daniel David Bowen, who also later became secretary of the Pontypridd Rubgy Club 1921. I don't think either of them were champions, just colliers who used to enjoy the scene. Albert went off to live in Evesham I think, and we have completely lost all track of his side of the family. Any info would be good. Many thanks.

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