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Offline sandraanne

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Where is Cwmydalpha ?
« on: Thursday 27 January 05 21:13 GMT (UK) »
Hellocan anyone tell me where in montgomery is a place call CWMYDALPHA all i know it is near kerry and on the 1841 census under name of harris sandraanne

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Re: Links: Maps of Montgomeryshire
« Reply #1 on: Friday 28 January 05 19:11 GMT (UK) »
Sandraanne,

The name Cwmydalfa appears on the 1851 census in Kerry in 4 ways:

Cwmydalfa
Upper Cwmydalfa
Blaen Cwmydalfa
Lower Cwmydalfa

I do know that Blaen Cwmydalfa was the name of a house because when I did a search on Google for it, I found a website about the Woosnam family of Llanidloes who used to live there. 

I think that maybe they are all property names - I am sure someone will correct me if I am wrong!!!!!

What are the names of the people you are looking for?  I can look at the 1851 for you.

Jan :)

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