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Offline bickleton56

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« on: Monday 19 January 15 13:39 GMT (UK) »
Hi Anyone,
I am researching a REBECCA ROW.Her marriage was in 1811.She married a JAMES MORGAN in Pembroke Parish Church.She came from the Pembroke area.She is buried in Laugharne Churchyard.
Anyone help me find out more about her, please contact me.She was born about 1787.

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« Reply #1 on: Monday 19 January 15 13:46 GMT (UK) »
Hi their is a baptism of a Rebecca Rowe 14th September 1788 Carew Father Thomas Mother Elizabeth


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« Reply #2 on: Saturday 22 September 18 16:34 BST (UK) »
Number 1333: Rebecca Morgan of Ferry House Buried 17th June 1862 Age 72
Vicar: J N Harrison

At present I only have access to Laugharne Census going back to 1871, but Morgans lived there and next door. Cliffside became known as The Cliff and then because of Dylan Thomas it was renamed Dylanís Walk.

Cliffside; Bennett, William; Head; Widowed; 70; Gardener; Laugharne
Cliffside; Morgan, Lydia; Head; Widowed; 57 ;St. Clears
Cliffside; Morgan, Matilda; Daughter; Single; 18; Servant; Laugharne
Cliffside; Morgan, John; Son; Single; 15; Herd?; Laugharne
Cliffside; Morgan, Thomas; Son; Single; 13; Sailor Boy; Laugharne
Cliffside; Jones, Isabella; Boarder; Married; 20; Sailors Wife; Laugharne

Cliff Ferry House; Morgan, James; Head; Widowed; 80; Coal Dealer; Amroth
Cliff Ferry House; Morgan, Ann; Daughter; Single; 52; Licensed Publican; Laugharne
Cliff Ferry House; Morgan, James William; Grandson; Single; 19; Tailor; Laugharne

There were two buildings referred to as Ferry House, one behind The Boathouse, former home of Dylan Thomas, but recently demolished. Before that Ferry House, there was another a little further upriver, perched above the cliff, whose remains are covered in overgrowth. On the opposite side of the river, a bell-house called the ferryman.