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Offline jui

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senghenydd
« on: Tuesday 25 July 06 11:51 BST (UK) »
Hi.. does anyone know please if there is such a street as ..

st cenydd terrace in senghenydd????

my  great  grandfathers and there familys are registered as living at this street..  in 1936  but i can find no reference to the street at all....

i wonder if ive read the writting incorrectly on my grandparents marrige certificate..

so if there was no  st cenydd terrace ..i wonder if anyone might know how its supposed to be spelt..please...

thankyou.............jui..........xx
Mary jane Evans born 1876 st nicholas, wenvoe, cardiff.
wenvoe

Daniel  Thomas Harris born  sirhowy, bedwellty, tredegar, monmouthshire

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Re: senghenydd
« Reply #1 on: Tuesday 25 July 06 12:00 BST (UK) »
If you "google" the name, you will find it did exist (theres a list of miners, a "death roll", from 1913, and the name was used then, without the "St" though), dont know whether it exists now though  :-\
Dunning/Downing, Osborn/e, Astley -Cheshire/Birmingham/Middlesex
Fanthorpe/Hall/Driffill/Storm - Lincolnshire
Bower/Woodward/Bingham/Pettinger/Shaw - Nottinghamshire
Shaw, Marland - Lancashire
Broph(e)y - Queens County, Ireland
Richards - Neath Swansea
Hunt/Fox - Lincs, Waterfield/Middleton - Staffs
Hart/Harland/Askew/Scales - Yorkshire
Brereton/Vickers - Cheshire
Gleaves/Sandford/Hulse/Hulme - Wolstanton/Audley Staffs
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Re: senghenydd
« Reply #2 on: Tuesday 25 July 06 12:02 BST (UK) »
thankyou cat one ..just found that.. do you know how far apart penyrhoel and senghenydd are apart.. please..as it looks like there might be two..
Mary jane Evans born 1876 st nicholas, wenvoe, cardiff.
wenvoe

Daniel  Thomas Harris born  sirhowy, bedwellty, tredegar, monmouthshire


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Re: senghenydd
« Reply #3 on: Tuesday 25 July 06 12:07 BST (UK) »
Sorry, tried checking on autoroute and the only Penyrhoel I could find was in Monmouthshire, over 40 miles away, couldn't find one near Senghenydd. Have you tried multimap.com?

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Catherine  :)
Dunning/Downing, Osborn/e, Astley -Cheshire/Birmingham/Middlesex
Fanthorpe/Hall/Driffill/Storm - Lincolnshire
Bower/Woodward/Bingham/Pettinger/Shaw - Nottinghamshire
Shaw, Marland - Lancashire
Broph(e)y - Queens County, Ireland
Richards - Neath Swansea
Hunt/Fox - Lincs, Waterfield/Middleton - Staffs
Hart/Harland/Askew/Scales - Yorkshire
Brereton/Vickers - Cheshire
Gleaves/Sandford/Hulse/Hulme - Wolstanton/Audley Staffs
Census information is Crown Copyright, from www.nationalarchives.gov

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Re: senghenydd
« Reply #4 on: Tuesday 25 July 06 12:23 BST (UK) »
got it catone.. thanks for your help.. it was as simple as  a dot...

1913 disaster is cenydd terrace... senghenydd..

what i am looking for is st. cenydd terrace ( with a dot after the t)
i spent ages looking for this street.. thanks for your help.........again........jui..xx
Mary jane Evans born 1876 st nicholas, wenvoe, cardiff.
wenvoe

Daniel  Thomas Harris born  sirhowy, bedwellty, tredegar, monmouthshire

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Re: senghenydd
« Reply #5 on: Saturday 25 August 18 20:56 BST (UK) »
There's a Cenydd Terrace in Senghenydd. Its still there. There is a St Cenydd Road near Penyrheol. On my map (http://bit.ly/Senghenydd) there are mining disaster victims in both streets.
Wiltshire: Matthews, Cresswell, Gregory
Staffordshire: Dean

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Map of Senghenydd mining disasters (1901 & 1913) victims

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Re: senghenydd
« Reply #6 on: Sunday 26 August 18 21:16 BST (UK) »
Cenydd Terrace is at the top of Senghenydd - it's one of the four terraces

St Cenydd Road is in Trecenydd - they are around 4 miles apart

I would say St Cenydd Terrace, Senghenydd would be the first one - do you have a number of the house though - the Road is a LOT longer than the terrace (190odd houses compared to 37- if they lived at 101 it would self indentify)