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I have been interested in tracing my family tree for the past six years. |
I live in the South East Wales. I may be willing to look for graves etc in the local areas,please ask and will do my best.
Please feel free to use any photos that I attach and upload to the site .
Please ask my permission and/or credit me for the photographs.
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|TANYA BIRNIE||lucy saint|
went onto the link Colin. she is not showing as being there. regards
|TANYA BIRNIE||RE: Photo request ,New Inn|
thank you very much for trying colin
|judy ripperger||St Sannon's Burials|
Hi Colin, Happy to find your post of St. Sannan's Church. And the stone for David Aubery Williams, Jr. is of interest to me also. Researching my family roots in the Bedwellty area. I suspect several family members may be in the St. Sannan Cemetery.
Here is what I know:
My 2x Great Grandmother:
Margaret Williams Born about 1826-death date unknown
Info from her marriage certificate:
Father was David Williams listed as dead on the certificate dated August 4, 1856
Marriage certificate lists Abergavenny, Bedwellty Parish Church(I believe the parish church was St. Sannan's)
John Scott Born 1834-Died at age 29 on August 24, 1863-mining explosion accident(info from death certificate.) His father's name was Samuel-also dead on the marriage certificate dated August 4, 1856
Margaret and John had a son named
Rees Scott Born 1861-Died March 20, 1867 at age 6 of Diptheria.
I believe Margaret married again after John died so may be buried with a different last name.
Any research you could do would be greatly appreciated. And thank you for your volunteer time for Find-A-Grave.
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