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Cardiganshire / Re: Jones Family 1916 to 1940 - Aberystwyth
« on: Monday 31 October 22 09:34 GMT (UK)  »
Thanks to all for the useful information.
Dave

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Cardiganshire / Re: Jones Family 1916 to 1940 - Aberystwyth
« on: Sunday 30 October 22 14:09 GMT (UK)  »
Thank you Colin, good starting points.  I particularly like Sally Gont.   Dave

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Cardiganshire / Re: Jones Family 1916 to 1940 - Aberystwyth
« on: Sunday 30 October 22 10:33 GMT (UK)  »
Thank you Trish.   Do you have a date for the census information on John A. Jones

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Cardiganshire / Jones Family 1916 to 1940 - Aberystwyth
« on: Sunday 30 October 22 09:56 GMT (UK)  »
I am looking for any information on a Jones family between 1916 and 1940.   The head of the family would have been Elizabeth Jane Jones (1877 Trefeurig) widow of Richard Jones killed 1916 at Mametz.
Children with one exception all born in Talybont.   David William (1900), Richard Trefor (1902), Ceinwen (1905), Thomas Isfryn (1907), John Alwyn (1910) and Elizabeth Ann (1912 Aberystwyth).
At the time of her death, the mother, Elizabeth Jane Jones, was living at 41 Greenfield Street, Aberystwyth and is buried in Aberystwyth Cemetery.
Any further information greatly appreciated.
   

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That sounds a better bet, my Montgomeryshire geography leaves a lot to be desired outside of Carno

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At a guess born Llandrindod Wells, Montgomeryshire


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Essex / Re: Frederica Hyam - Colchester
« on: Thursday 10 March 22 08:18 GMT (UK)  »
Thank you for the suggestions and information.   John Hyam (1808) seems a possible brother for Frederica and he coincidentally had a son Frederick.
Dave

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Essex / Frederica Hyam - Colchester
« on: Wednesday 09 March 22 13:18 GMT (UK)  »
I'm hoping to obtain information on the origins of Frederica Hyam.   The 1861 Census gives her date and place of birth around 1806 in Colchester.   In 1861 she was living at Queens Road West, Chelsea, Middlesex, with her husband, John Eborall (born about 1807 in Warwick) and family.
They had 7 Children born between 1832 and 1848 in Chelsea so they probably married prior to the earlier date.
John and Frederica were both buried in Brompton Cemetery.
I have no further information on Frederica Hyam's origins and any help greatly appreciated.
Dave

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United States of America / Re: Peleg Carr, Rhode Island
« on: Monday 07 March 22 14:20 GMT (UK)  »
Thanks again for the illuminating information.   It seems pretty certain that Elizabeth Aylesworth was unlikely to have married Peleg Carr but rather Peleg Card.   Unfortunately I no longer have an Ancestry subscription but will follow your suggestions regarding US Sons of the American Revolution and DAR sites.   Back to the drawing board.
Regards Dave

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