Author Topic: 1881 Census confusion in Cefn Mawr: Evans, Rogers & Edwards  (Read 551 times)

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Re: 1881 Census confusion in Cefn Mawr: Evans, Rogers & Edwards
« Reply #18 on: Tuesday 12 February 19 13:14 GMT (UK) »
It is possible,of course,that the relationship to Hannah only applies to William H and the others are "conventional descriptions".

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Re: 1881 Census confusion in Cefn Mawr: Evans, Rogers & Edwards
« Reply #19 on: Saturday 16 February 19 15:06 GMT (UK) »
My dearest thanks to everyone who've helped me with this, all very gratefully received! So, I understand now that the Lloyd connection is from Elizabeth's maiden name before she was married twice, thank you!!

So, where does William Henry Lloyd fit in? He must be descended from a sibling of Elizabeth Lloyd, that assumedly married into my Edwards family, though the naming of him as "nephew" and "grandson" in the censuses doesn't altogether add up.

It's given me new areas for research though!
Oxfordshire: SHAYLER, HERN,
Gloucestershire: MEADOWS, HERBERT,
Worcestershire: GRIFFIN, WOOD,
Denbighshire: WILLIAMS, JAMES, EDWARDS, DAVIES.

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