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Hi Lyn,

There is a tree on the Ancestry site with them on and I found the marriage on FindMyPast. What information are you looking for as I can get it for you, if you haven't a subs on Ancestry.


Could that be Elizabeth May James who married George Rodney Bayes in Kensington 1908 ?

Kind Regards,


Montgomeryshire / Re: John Davies of Stone House, Bwlch-y-cibau, Llanfyllin
« on: Saturday 21 June 14 17:14 BST (UK)  »
Hi Tom,

I have found a John Davies born 1850 Llanfyllin on the 1861 Census living with his parents John Davies Born 1826 Trefeglwys & Jane Davies born 1814 Llanbrynmair. There is a brother Thomas H born 1852 Meifod & sister Elizabeth born 1853 Meifod. They are living at Trefarman Farm, Trefnannau, Llanfyllin and Father's occupation Farmer of 140 Acres employing 4 labourers.

Hope this is who you are looking for,

Kind Regards,


World War One / Re: Place of Recruitment
« on: Thursday 19 June 14 17:23 BST (UK)  »
Hi Dave,

He enlisted at Mountain Ash.

Kind Regards.


Denbighshire / Re: Grocery in Penrhyn Bay, Llandudno
« on: Wednesday 11 June 14 17:49 BST (UK)  »
Hi Selina,

I would suggest you post this question on the Three Towns Forum which covers the areas from Llandudno to Conwy and Colwyn Bay (Penrhyn Bay being in between). There is a section "Ask A Local" and you would be amazed by what some people know on there.

Good Luck,


Caernarvonshire / Re: Ellen Thomas
« on: Monday 02 June 14 14:02 BST (UK)  »
Hi Sue,

I placed a request on for the house you have been looking for and it was called Dryll Madyn and was off Mount Road, but is no longer standing. The person giving the information said their family lived there in 1790 and called William Rowland & Ann Thomas. It is quite easy to view if you go on the website. I hope it is a match for the family you are looking for and perhaps could get more info from the person who answered my request.
Kind Regards,
Ellen Mai

Down / Re: Look up for birth record, County Down, Ireland
« on: Friday 30 May 14 15:29 BST (UK)  »
It just stated Ireland for them both on the 1871 Census. Couldn't find them at all on the 1881 Census but found him on the 1891 Census and it was on this one it states Co Down, Ireland, but the birth date was wrong and given as 1835. It was definitely him as he had his three daughters Bridget, Ellen and my Great Gran Mary Ann with him and was lodging in Penrhyndeudraedd Wales, Occupation Pedlar. He was stated as single so I presume his wife Ellen had died.
Thanks for your interest scotsmum.

Down / Re: Look up for birth record, County Down, Ireland
« on: Friday 30 May 14 14:09 BST (UK)  »
I'm afraid it isn't him BallyaltikilliganG but thank you so much for looking. That is a very interesting website though. Both my Great, Great Grandparents James Patrick Morris & his wife Ellen Peyton (born1850) were born in Ireland. I found them on the 1871 Census living in Staffordshire and they married 20/2/1871 in Longton, Staffordshire. How or where they met is a puzzle, especially how they ended up in Staffordshire. I can't find anything about them before 1871 other than on the marriage certificate Ellen's father is named as Martin Peyton, Occupation Labourer. So I don't know if their families came over to England or not.

Down / Look up for birth record, County Down, Ireland
« on: Thursday 29 May 14 16:01 BST (UK)  »
I'm looking for my Great, Great Grandfather James Patrick Morris who was born about 1849 in County Down Ireland.
On his Marriage Certificate it states his father is Patrick Morris Labourer.
Any help would be very much appreciated

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