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Re: Thomas Rogers b Llansilin d Llangedwyn help please!
« Reply #9 on: Monday 09 November 09 16:51 GMT (UK) »
Is this him Bridget? :)

Llangedwyn Feb 16 1847. by Banns.
Thomas Rogers. 35 Bachelor. Lab. Rh??las. Father, John. Farmer.
Anne Vaughan(x) 21. Spinster. Tan Y Dderwen? Father, James. Lab.
Witnesses.William Humphreys(x) & Mary Vaughan(x)

Children's Baptisms.
Aug 29 1847. Mary.
April 28 1850. Anne.
April 4 1852. Jane.
June 11 1854. Harriet.
June 21 1857. Elizabeth.
Nov 9 1862. Eleanor.
Feb 9 1868. Margaret.

Dec 29 1870 George. (Illegitimate) s/o Mary Rogers :-\

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Re: Thomas Rogers b Llansilin d Llangedwyn help please!
« Reply #10 on: Monday 09 November 09 22:01 GMT (UK) »
That certainly looks like then, Paul  :)

Thanks ever so much - I knew that I could rely on you  :-*

The Rh??las will probably be Rhiwlas - a small township in the parish of Llansilin.

I think Steve will be overjoyed!



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Re: Thomas Rogers b Llansilin d Llangedwyn help please!
« Reply #11 on: Monday 09 November 09 22:40 GMT (UK) »
I am indeed overjoyed because Nelly Leicester in her post gave me a link to a will from 1759 which was Thomas Rogers living in Rhiwlas, there is also a will from 1807 of Thomas Rogers living at Rhiwlas.

I am overwhelmed by the help I have recieved. Thank you very very much.

Steve.

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Re: Thomas Rogers b Llansilin d Llangedwyn help please!
« Reply #12 on: Monday 09 November 09 22:44 GMT (UK) »
Paul

Children's Baptisms.
Aug 29 1847. Mary.
April 28 1850. Anne.
April 4 1852. Jane.
June 11 1854. Harriet.
June 21 1857. Elizabeth.
Nov 9 1862. Eleanor.
Feb 9 1868. Margaret.

Dec 29 1870 George. (Illegitimate) s/o Mary Rogers :-\

On the 1871 census there is a John aged 11 do you have any background on him?

Thanks.


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Re: Thomas Rogers b Llansilin d Llangedwyn help please!
« Reply #13 on: Monday 09 November 09 22:53 GMT (UK) »
I must have missed him :P
I'll have a look for him next time I'm at the archives :).

Paul.

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Re: Thomas Rogers b Llansilin d Llangedwyn help please!
« Reply #14 on: Saturday 20 January 18 13:18 GMT (UK) »
HI Everyone,

I am a bit late getting to this very helpful post!
Also a descendant of this family (Hi Steve) - are these children of Thomas and Ann born in Llangedwyn? baptised there? does anyone have any DOB or middle names?
My husband and I are visiting that part of Wales for 2 days in June (from Australia) and would love to visit the right churches etc.

Any help greatly appreciated.

Libby

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Re: Thomas Rogers b Llansilin d Llangedwyn help please!
« Reply #15 on: Saturday 20 January 18 13:23 GMT (UK) »
Hi Libby

It certainly looks as if the children were born Llangedwyn.  From Paul's posting:


Is this him Bridget? :)

Llangedwyn Feb 16 1847. by Banns.
Thomas Rogers. 35 Bachelor. Lab. Rh??las. Father, John. Farmer.
Anne Vaughan(x) 21. Spinster. Tan Y Dderwen? Father, James. Lab.
Witnesses.William Humphreys(x) & Mary Vaughan(x)

Children's Baptisms.
Aug 29 1847. Mary.
April 28 1850. Anne.
April 4 1852. Jane.
June 11 1854. Harriet.
June 21 1857. Elizabeth.
Nov 9 1862. Eleanor.
Feb 9 1868. Margaret.

Dec 29 1870 George. (Illegitimate) s/o Mary Rogers :-\

Paul.


I've  just checked on the baptism of Mary, 1847. Their residence is given as Tanydderwen, Llangedwyn.

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Re: Thomas Rogers b Llansilin d Llangedwyn help please!
« Reply #16 on: Saturday 20 January 18 13:25 GMT (UK) »
Thanks so much! I am so excited to be visiting these places where they lived.
Appreciate your help very much Gadget.

Libby

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Re: Thomas Rogers b Llansilin d Llangedwyn help please!
« Reply #17 on: Saturday 20 January 18 13:29 GMT (UK) »
It's a lovely part of the Welsh borders, Libby. I spent a lot of time there.  I hope you and your husband have a really good visit.

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