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Cardiganshire / Re: Avarina James burial site
« on: Saturday 31 March 18 21:55 BST (UK)  »
I hadI just looked at her birth certificate and she was born in 1854.

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Cardiganshire / Re: Avarina James burial site
« on: Saturday 31 March 18 21:53 BST (UK)  »
Oh wow, thatís very interesting. My cousin was told by her mother that Avarina was the result of a liaison with a wealthy landowner. The father is not noted on the birth certificate. My cousin has looked into this and found that the local gentry were the Richards family.

Iím not sure how I can actually find more information on this though.

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Cardiganshire / Re: Avarina James burial site
« on: Thursday 29 March 18 20:18 BST (UK)  »
I meant Anne. 😊

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Cardiganshire / Re: Avarina James burial site
« on: Thursday 29 March 18 20:17 BST (UK)  »
Hi Tanya,

Thatís absolutely fine! I am on ancestry.com if you want to look on there. I have more info. I am also a descendant of Mary Ann, I am Edithís granddaughter. Is Michael the son of a Tydfil by any chance?

Jacqueline 😀

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Cardiganshire / Re: Avarina James burial site
« on: Tuesday 06 February 18 09:16 GMT (UK)  »
Hi,

With regards to her address, it just says Wainfawr, Vainor Lower. Her mother was Mary James and her parents were Avarina and John Janes.

Unfortunately I donít have an address of Maryís place of work but I have been told that she was a result of a liaison with a wealthy landowner.  My cousin has noted that the gentry in the area of Llanbardan Fawr at that time weíre a family called Richards, but weíve no idea if there is a connection there or not.

Thanks,

Jacqueline

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Cardiganshire / Re: Avarina James burial site
« on: Tuesday 06 February 18 09:08 GMT (UK)  »
Hi ,

Thatís great stuff. It definitely sounds like her. Her husband David Warrington did go to Crewe and married again. He died in 1938 I believe.

I am hoping to head down to Aberystwyth on Monday to speak to somebody. Thanks for your input.

Jacqueline

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Cardiganshire / Re: Avarina James burial site
« on: Sunday 04 February 18 21:02 GMT (UK)  »
Thatís great, thank you. Well at least I know where she is. I did look on the bni but it didnít come up with anything.

Next thing is to try and find out who her father is!! Unregistered on her birth certificate. The tale goes that she was fathered by her motherís rich employer. Any ideas where to go on that?! 💡🤷🏻‍♀️

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Cardiganshire / Avarina James burial site
« on: Sunday 04 February 18 17:06 GMT (UK)  »
Hi,

Not been on here in a long time, so please donít shout at me if Iím on the wrong forum (somebody did this once!).

Iím looking fir information on how to locate a grave. My great great grandmother died around 1884, aged 30. She was from Llanbardan Fawr I believe. The grave may no longer be there but a lot of the family come from this area and I may head downnfur a visit to check the place out. Would love to locate her grave if possible.

Thanks,

Jacqueline

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Carmarthenshire Completed Requests / Re: Llanbydder Black Lion owners
« on: Wednesday 22 February 17 10:10 GMT (UK)  »
Oh brilliant. I have been looking at lots of the same pub names and thought this was what it said on the census.

Where did you find this info please? I haven't used this site much so am not too sure about the references.

Many thanks,

Jacqueline  :)

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