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Lost Davies Family
« on: Friday 10 March 17 11:07 GMT (UK) »
I cannot find the Davies family on the 1901 census. I am trying to find if they were living at Bettws Mill or had moved. The family details are William Davies born 1858, wife Elizabeth 1858 and possibly their children an Agnes and a William and a Gladys. I have found them on the 1911 census at 100 House Mill.

Any tips on how to find them on the 1901 census will be gratefully received
Dewis - London
Garmonsway - London
Craze - Dunster
Francis - Hilperton
Llewellyn - Cardiff & Pembroke

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Re: Lost Davies Family
« Reply #1 on: Friday 10 March 17 11:48 GMT (UK) »
How about this one?

RG13; Piece: 5162; Folio: 37; Page: 6
Llansaintffraid in Elvel  The Mill

William Davies   43   Miller and corn merchant                              Disserth, Radnorshire
Elizabeth Davies   43                                                                    St Harmon, Radnorshire
William E Davies   13                                                            Glascomb, Radnorshire
Maud Davies   7                                                                      Llansantffraid-in-Elvel,
Gladys Davies   2                                                                 Llansantffraid-in-Elvel, Radnorshire
William Mathews   24 servant                                            Llansantffraid-in-Elvel, Radnorshire
Margaret Jones   27 servant                                                    Llansantffraid-in-Elvel, Radnorshire
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Re: Lost Davies Family
« Reply #2 on: Friday 10 March 17 13:42 GMT (UK) »
Many thanks,you have found the correct family. I see it says they are living at the "mill". I am presuming this is Hundred House Mill? There should be a pub close by, is there any other information to confirm the mill is at Hundred House?
Thanks again for you help
Dewis - London
Garmonsway - London
Craze - Dunster
Francis - Hilperton
Llewellyn - Cardiff & Pembroke


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Re: Lost Davies Family
« Reply #3 on: Friday 10 March 17 14:45 GMT (UK) »
Unfortunately it doesn't say Hundred House Mill just The Mill.

The two previous households to yours have Mill Cottage however the following one over the page is down as 100 House Inn  :D  then 100 House Shop then The Vicarage.

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Re: Lost Davies Family
« Reply #4 on: Friday 10 March 17 17:28 GMT (UK) »
Thank you very much for the information which answers many questions for progression of my research
Dewis - London
Garmonsway - London
Craze - Dunster
Francis - Hilperton
Llewellyn - Cardiff & Pembroke

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Re: Lost Davies Family
« Reply #5 on: Tuesday 21 January 20 17:16 GMT (UK) »
Hello
 I have William Lewis who lived in Glascwm. He married Esther Ann Davies in Glascwm in 1827. William's father is also William Lewis a soldier and a shoe maker, later living in Trevethin. Family lore has it that William Snr had other sons we cannot locate. I wonder if your Thomas was one of them? Do you have any more information on him?
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Re: Lost Davies Family
« Reply #6 on: Wednesday 22 January 20 15:03 GMT (UK) »
Sorry your message does not  a connection perhaps you can elaborate.
Dewis - London
Garmonsway - London
Craze - Dunster
Francis - Hilperton
Llewellyn - Cardiff & Pembroke