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Re: Davies of llywell
« Reply #54 on: Sunday 30 May 21 22:05 BST (UK) »
Oh thank you,
On the burial transcripts it just states Burials in the Parish of Llywel
So it would behard to find one, even if they had headstones.

Julie

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Re: Davies of llywell
« Reply #55 on: Wednesday 02 June 21 08:58 BST (UK) »
I'm still trying to find my book with notes about the various Trecastle/Llywel families, but I do have information on one branch of the Davies family.  They lived at The Bear, Trecastle, where we moved to in the 1980s, it then being called Bear House. It was a former pub, but later used by a stone mason so the gardens were strewn with pieces of stone cherub and half-finished gravestones. It was a lovely place; I wish I still lived there.

The Davies family as they appear at Bear, Trecastle in the 1911 census are:
Thomas Davies, widower, Stone Mason, aged 74 (so born abt 1837), Trallong  (his wife's name was Elizabeth)
William Davies, married, aged 29, Stone Mason, born Trecastle
Harriet Davies, wife of William Davies
Violet Elizabeth Davies aged 7
Thomas Gordon Davies aged 2
David Brychan Davies aged 6 months

I'm wondering if this Thomas Davies is one of those you are looking for?

Regards
GS
Suffolk: Pearl(e),  Garnham, Southgate, Blo(o)mfield,Grimwood/Grimwade,Josselyn/Gosling
Durham/Yorkshire: Sedgwick/Sidgwick, Shadforth
Ireland: Davis
Norway: Torreson/Torsen/Torrison
Census information Crown Copyright, from www.nationalarchives.gov.uk

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Re: Davies of llywell
« Reply #56 on: Wednesday 02 June 21 11:25 BST (UK) »
Thank you for the reply,

All the family who were still alive arrived in Cliybebyll by 1851 after William and Mary the daughter died in 1848

They were living in Pen Yr Heol in 1841
But cannot find any trace of Ann the daughter.

But thank you for looking up for me
Julie