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Re: hugh humphrey Evans Pontypool monmouth
« Reply #18 on: Wednesday 10 May 06 17:00 BST (UK) »
Lol rhys, i was just looking through the marriages for samuel,

thank you so much, i could hug you!!  this family has given me nightmares for the last month or so i only had hubbys grandads name and birthplace to go on when i started then i found a marriage index for hugh and may and now thanks to you i have the family for the evans side

MIL will be made up as she knew nothing of that side ( still not shown her, her dads birth cert yet as i wanted to get as many certs and info for her before presenting it all to her in a folder.
warwickshire: blakeman, lines, Taylor, wilcox
somerset, taunton: hallet
shropshire, bridgnorth, cleobury mortimer: foxall, poyner,charles
worcestershire: hardwick, smith
Gloucestershire: Smith, Pearse
monmouth:pontypool, meredith,
Caernarvon: humphreys
denbighshire, evans

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Re: hugh humphrey Evans Pontypool monmouth
« Reply #19 on: Wednesday 10 May 06 17:14 BST (UK) »
lol oops so does thatr mean back to the drawing board
warwickshire: blakeman, lines, Taylor, wilcox
somerset, taunton: hallet
shropshire, bridgnorth, cleobury mortimer: foxall, poyner,charles
worcestershire: hardwick, smith
Gloucestershire: Smith, Pearse
monmouth:pontypool, meredith,
Caernarvon: humphreys
denbighshire, evans

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Re: hugh humphrey Evans Pontypool monmouth
« Reply #20 on: Wednesday 10 May 06 17:26 BST (UK) »
Hello
 I would think that there is a strong possibility that Hugh Humphrey Evans was named after his Grandfather.

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Re: hugh humphrey Evans Pontypool monmouth
« Reply #21 on: Wednesday 10 May 06 17:32 BST (UK) »
I think your right, so the family in 1881 is correct then?  and i just need to find them in  1901 then work backwards

hopefully be able to name samuels parents and tell MIL who they are in the pic she has
warwickshire: blakeman, lines, Taylor, wilcox
somerset, taunton: hallet
shropshire, bridgnorth, cleobury mortimer: foxall, poyner,charles
worcestershire: hardwick, smith
Gloucestershire: Smith, Pearse
monmouth:pontypool, meredith,
Caernarvon: humphreys
denbighshire, evans

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Re: hugh humphrey Evans Pontypool monmouth
« Reply #22 on: Wednesday 10 May 06 19:25 BST (UK) »
Hi Rhys,

I am lead to believe that the wesleyan insurance society was a  part of the wesleyan methodist church.

if Im wrong can someone correct me plz
warwickshire: blakeman, lines, Taylor, wilcox
somerset, taunton: hallet
shropshire, bridgnorth, cleobury mortimer: foxall, poyner,charles
worcestershire: hardwick, smith
Gloucestershire: Smith, Pearse
monmouth:pontypool, meredith,
Caernarvon: humphreys
denbighshire, evans

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Re: hugh humphrey Evans Pontypool monmouth
« Reply #23 on: Saturday 06 October 18 13:08 BST (UK) »
Hi Kaz

i think my great grandmother was May Evans wife of Hugh. i think i have my grandmothers birth certificate which show my grandmother Josephine May Evans daughter of Hugh Humphrey Evans (Actor) and May Evans (deceased). Registered birth in Easington (Shotton Colliery). My grandmother was adopted by a Frances Greener. my grandmothers marriage cert. shows her as being Josephine May E Greener and two of Josephine's sons had middle names as Evans which made me think that she may have been May and Hugh's daughter. Josephine was born in 1904 a month before May's death was registered. Not sure if you can shed any light on it as with he being adopted its hard to find out any information as Josephine dead when my mum was 13 i don't get to hear much of the history from that side of the family.

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Re: hugh humphrey Evans Pontypool monmouth
« Reply #24 on: Tuesday 04 June 19 10:50 BST (UK) »
Im not sure if i am barking up the wrong tree. But delving back through our family history we have a Hugh Humphrey Evans (actor) and a May Evans "deceased" formally Meredith giving birth to a daughter Josephine May on  13 september 1904 in Sunderland Row, shotton colliery road. This information is from Josephines birth certificate, and to me seems very similar to dismiss. I dont know what everyones thoughts are around this, but thought id add to the pot.

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Re: hugh humphrey Evans Pontypool monmouth
« Reply #25 on: Wednesday 05 June 19 04:10 BST (UK) »
Hi, I'm doing research for my cousins husband and his father was Donald Evans who was the son of Hugh Humphreys Davey Evans and May Evans nee Meredith. May Evans died on 16th Oct 1904 at Sunderland Row, Shotton Colliery, Easington, Durham. Cause of death - Confinement Zymotic Enteritis Synope, which sounds like it would have been an infection of some sort following or not long after childbirth. Donald was raised by his Grandmother Sarah Meredith nee Price who later married again to become Sarah Exton. Donald would have been aged 4 when his mother died and is possibly Josephine's brother?

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« Reply #26 on: Wednesday 05 June 19 13:48 BST (UK) »
I'm unsure where the Evans/Meredith are in our family tree, but am awaiting my nanna to speak to her cousins in Durham to ask as they were the ones that sent this i fo down. The route is through my nannas side and she was a Gill, her mum was Agnes Outhwait, and she (Agnes) married John William Gill.

Agnes was 8 when she lost her mum in child birth to her 8th child. So nanna dont know her grandmothers name, as she died when her mum was very young. 

Agnes moved to North Yorkshire near selby to work. We have some of the family tree from 1600s but have not recieved the rest. But the copy of birth certificate for Josephine was in with this. But its been passed round family  before my nanna got it. So waiting on further information from them in the know in Durham.