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    1. [CMN-L]Proceed
    2. John Read
    3. Hi Sent from my iPad

    12/18/2019 12:28:00
    1. [CMN-L]Proceed
    2. J.Reimann
    3. Hello, My Name is Johann Reimann and i have something important to discuss with you but only with your permission i will proceed. Regards J.Reimann

    12/25/2018 01:37:43
    1. [Cmn-L] Hughes - March 7th, 2002
    2. Christine Deeks & Jack Faichney
    3. Hi Pat. Is Llannon and Llangendeime in the same area? You recently forwarded me the 1841 Census for Hector Hughes, age 25, in Llannon. I have found a birth in 1816 which would match his age of 25. Hector Hughes - 13 Feb. l8l6 Llangendeime, Carmarthen. If Llannon and Llangendeime are in the same area could you look on the 1841 Census for the parents of Hector: David Hughes Mary Hughes .. the only location I would have reference to would be with the birth of Hector in 1816 and they were in Llangendeime. Thank you, once again Pat. Regards, Christine

    08/21/2018 06:00:00
    1. Re: [Cmn-L] Questions 1881 CENSUS- THANK YOU - March 3rd, 2002
    2. Christine Deeks & Jack Faichney
    3. Hi Pat and Hi Alvar: Thank you very much for forwarding the Census for John Hughes. You have been a great help....keep well. Christine

    08/21/2018 06:00:00
    1. Re: [Cmn-L] Questions 1881 CENSUS
    2. Christine Deeks & Jack Faichney
    3. Hi Pauline: Could you please see if you can find the following John Hughes on the 1881 Census. Name of farm: MERCHEGLWYNECHAF LLANELLY JOHN HUGHES born 1850 LLANELLY MARGARET DAVIES - WIFE CHILDREN; CYMFELIN, CYNBRYD, GWILYM, HETTY .( no birth dates) THANK YOU. CHRISTINE

    08/21/2018 06:00:00
    1. [Cmn-L] Fw: HUGHES - LLANNON - LLANELLY - Feb. 21, 2002
    2. Christine Deeks & Jack Faichney
    3. ---------- > Date: (No, or invalid, date.) > From: cdeeks > To: CARMARTHENSHIRE-L-request@rootsweb.com > Subject: HUGHES - LLANNON - LLANELLY - Feb. 21, 2002 > > Hi: > I am new to the list. I would appreciate a lookup on the 1891 Census for: > > GRIFFITH HUGHES age 23 - born Llannon > > RUTH HUGHES > > > ON THE 1881 CENSUS GRIFFITH WAS LIVING WITH HIS FATHER WILLIAM HUGHES > AND HIS MOTHER MARGARET HUGHES ON A FARM CALLED MANGWYN IN LLANELLY. > > ON A 1898 BIRTH CERTIFICATE THAT I HAVE FOR HIS SON WILLIAM, HIS ADDRESS WAS > PLEASANT VIEW, > LLANELLY. > > THANK YOU FOR YOUR HELP > CHRISTINE > CANADA

    08/21/2018 06:00:00
    1. [Cmn-L] Hughes - Jeremy - 1881 Census - March 4th, 2002
    2. Christine Deeks & Jack Faichney
    3. Hi Pat: I would appreciate your kind help once again. On the information sheet left by a family member in 1975 it mentions his grandfather had a half brother JeremiahJeremy. I found a birth for Jeremiah Jeremy with parents William Jeremy and mother Ann. Date of birth 1858 - PONTYBEREM. On 1851 census for Ann Hughes at Cwmblawd she was 31 and no mention of Hector her husband. William Jeremy could be her second husband. Could you please therefore check the 1881 Census for: WILLIAM JEREMY ANN JEREMY - AGE AROUND 61 Thank you once again for all your help. Christine

    08/21/2018 06:00:00
    1. Re: [Cmn-L] Hughes - Jeremy - 1881 Census - March 4th, 2002 - THANKS
    2. Christine Deeks & Jack Faichney
    3. Hi Pat: Thank you ever so much for your great work. Anne Jeremy's age would fit in with the 1851 Cenus when she was Anne Hughes, her maiden name was Rees so that also fits in with other members of her family with the name Rees mentioned on the 1881 Census. Also Jermeiah Jeremy fits in with with the birth I found on LDS. Jermeiah had another son William and besides William's name was written 'killed lst war", I started searching and found an excellent site www.cwgc.org.uk with reference to where William is buried, etc. He belonged to "B" Coy, 15th Bn, Welsh Regiment. Thank you so much. Christine

    08/21/2018 06:00:00
    1. [Cmn-L] Fw: 1851 CENSUS - HUGHES - February 28th, 2002
    2. Christine Deeks & Jack Faichney
    3. ---------- > Date: (No, or invalid, date.) > From: cdeeks > To: CARMARTHENSHIRE-L-@rootsweb.com > Subject: 1851 CENSUS - HUGHES - February 28th, 2002 > > Hi Pauline: > Pat sent me some information last week and mentioned that you might be able to > give me the > details as to whether Ann Hughes is a widow or any other information that you > have on the > 1851 CENSUS for her. > > I have the following from Pat: > > 1841 Llannon enum dist 9 - Cwmblawd > Hector Hughes 25 - butcher > Ann Hughes 20 > David Hughes 8 months > > 1851 Census has: > Cwmblawd: > Ann Hughes 31 - (maiden name Rees) > John Hughes 1 > > Thank you, > Christine > Canada

    08/21/2018 06:00:00
    1. [CMN-L]Re: Mary Lewis [Digest V12.11]
    2. Denise Lambkin
    3. Hi Lisa, I haven't solved your problem, but here are some thoughts / suggestions. In the censuses Harriet is consistent about her age, which places her date of birth about 1831. In 1871 she says she was born in Carmarthen, which tallies with the baptism and in 1891 she simply gives Carmarthenshire. However, in the 1851 census her place of birth is Pembrey. If David Thomas is her uncle, it would be worth following him up to see where he was born and if he had a brother Rees Thomas. It might be worth following up on a link to Pembrey. I agree that Rees Thomas and Mary Lewis were probably not married. But Rees Thomas is stated to be a farmer on the baptism, not a ship's carpenter. It is quite possible that Harriet made up her father's occupation when she got married because she didn't know her parents / she wasn't told. If Rees Thomas was a farmer he might have left a will. You can see these online at National Library of Wales. If was a ship's carpenter, you might find him in the merchant crew lists or naval records. Have you looked at newspapers? I found some interesting articles at Welsh Newspapers Online, which would be worth following up to confirm or eliminate this Mary Lewis: The Cambrian, 15 March 1834: At Carmarthen Spring Assizes Mary Lewis is indicted for stealing at Carmarthen in October last [1833]. The crime took place in Lammas St [her abode when Harriet was baptised]. She was found guilty and sentenced to 7 years transportation. The Welshman, 27 Feb 1835: Several payments are made in respect of Mary Lewis, including for conveying her to his Majesty's ship "Hubberd" at Woolwich. Findmypast has come crime records, including some for Mary Lewis in 1834 [there are also some in the Carmarthen records, currently held at Swansea - I have felons in my family tree]. FMP also has transportation records. According to these Mary Lewis was transported on the ship "George Hibbert" to Sydney, New South Wales. If this is your Mary Lewis it would explain why she wasn't with Harriet. I hope this helps. Denise

    07/30/2018 05:29:08
    1. [CMN-L]Re: Mary Lewis
    2. Ann Varma
    3. Lisa, Sorry I don't think I can be of any help. My great grandmother ,Mary Thomas, I believe was born in St Clears around 1800 and married my great grandfather Francis Francis, a cordwainer. They lived in Quay Row, St Clears and after children grew up moved to Neath. I have not been able to trace any of her family history or that of my great grandfather thus far. Good luck with your research Ann ________________________________ From: Lisa Britton via CARMARTHENSHIRE <carmarthenshire@rootsweb.com> Sent: 29 July 2018 17:08 To: carmarthenshire@rootsweb.com Cc: Lisa Britton Subject: [CMN-L]Mary Lewis My 2nd great grandmother marries William Harvey on 10h October 1865 in Bristol. On their marriage certificate her father is given as Rees Thomas, and his occupation is given as ships carpenter. In the 1871 census her age is given as 40 and place of birth Carmarthen, Wales. I have found a baptism for “Harriett Thomas or Lewis” in St Peter, Carmarthen on 23rd Dec 1831, birth date 8th December 1831, and with parents Mary Lewis and Rees Thomas, which would seem to suggest they weren’t married. I’ve not been able to find a subsequent marriage for them, or any reference to a Rees Thomas in or around Carmarthen who is a ships carpenter. There are a couple of earlier census refs which might be Harriett 1841, in St Ishmael with David and Elizabeth Thomas, Harriett aged 12 and described as lodger HO107/1385/2/8/9 1851 22 year old Harriet (described as Nephew!), with 78 year old widowed Elizabeth Thomas (cord wainers wife, on parish relief). Harriet’s occupation is gathering coals (or possibly cocks). How do I identify the correct Rees Thomas and Mary Lewis who are Harriet’s parents? There are several Mary Lewis in censuses in Carmarthen, but I can’t positively identify her. There is a Rees Thomas, variously described as a chemist, landed proprietor and landowner, born 1801, but not a ships carpenter. If anyone can help, I’d appreciate it. I’ve been struggling with them for years! Sent from Lisa Britton's iPad _______________________________________________ _____________________________________ http://ukgo7.com Ukgo7.com<http://ukgo7.com/> ukgo7.com We can supply any Indexes, Available on our Website Take a look around at: www.ukgo7.com If you find something you would like Send us a message and we can give you a price at anytime : http://www.uk-genealogy-online.com Welcome to Carmarthenshire Mailing List......... carmarthenshire@rootsweb.com _______________________________________________ Email preferences: http://bit.ly/rootswebpref Unsubscribe and Archives https://mailinglists.rootsweb.com/listindexes/search/carmarthenshire Privacy Statement: https://ancstry.me/2JWBOdY Terms and Conditions: https://ancstry.me/2HDBym9 Rootsweb Blog: http://rootsweb.blog RootsWeb is funded and supported by Ancestry.com and our loyal RootsWeb community

    07/29/2018 12:06:23
    1. [CMN-L]Mary Lewis
    2. Lisa Britton
    3. My 2nd great grandmother marries William Harvey on 10h October 1865 in Bristol. On their marriage certificate her father is given as Rees Thomas, and his occupation is given as ships carpenter. In the 1871 census her age is given as 40 and place of birth Carmarthen, Wales. I have found a baptism for “Harriett Thomas or Lewis” in St Peter, Carmarthen on 23rd Dec 1831, birth date 8th December 1831, and with parents Mary Lewis and Rees Thomas, which would seem to suggest they weren’t married. I’ve not been able to find a subsequent marriage for them, or any reference to a Rees Thomas in or around Carmarthen who is a ships carpenter. There are a couple of earlier census refs which might be Harriett 1841, in St Ishmael with David and Elizabeth Thomas, Harriett aged 12 and described as lodger HO107/1385/2/8/9 1851 22 year old Harriet (described as Nephew!), with 78 year old widowed Elizabeth Thomas (cord wainers wife, on parish relief). Harriet’s occupation is gathering coals (or possibly cocks). How do I identify the correct Rees Thomas and Mary Lewis who are Harriet’s parents? There are several Mary Lewis in censuses in Carmarthen, but I can’t positively identify her. There is a Rees Thomas, variously described as a chemist, landed proprietor and landowner, born 1801, but not a ships carpenter. If anyone can help, I’d appreciate it. I’ve been struggling with them for years! Sent from Lisa Britton's iPad

    07/29/2018 11:08:56
    1. [CMN-L]Surname Interests
    2. Mary Beth Adams
    3. Hello List!! Glad to be back online once again!! I thought my first submission should be to let everyone know what my ancestral surnames are: Robert/Roberts & Jones of Allt Fawr Farm, Llannon.  Bowens, especially Joshua Bowen, 1815-1889, and family of Llannon, Pontyberem & Pontyates.  Perrott & Samuel (Penllwyn Uchaf) & Llannon area.  Other surnames Rees, Thomas, John, James, etc.  Richard Williams of Morriston/Llangyfelach, Glamorganshire who married Ann Roberts of Allt Fawr. Would especially like to get more info and back further from John Robert/Roberts, c. 1775-1860.  Died at Allt Fawr.  Only know of one son, John, 1804-1876, with whom he lived.  Do not know his wife or other children.  Wife died before 1841.  No will naming children, etc. Also wondering if Allt Fawr Farm was previously known at Garnlwyd or was it a different farm.  Family was enumerated on Garnlwyd in 1841 census, after that it was Allt Fawr. Mary Beth Adams nee' Roberts 

    07/29/2018 10:40:19
    1. [CMN-L]Test Message
    2. Mary Beth Adams
    3. Test Message Mary Beth

    07/29/2018 09:53:30
    1. [CMN-L] PETER PARRY & MARGARET MORGANS
    2. Adrian Parry
    3. A few days ago I ordered and received from the GRO a pdf relating to the birth of John Parry in Llanfair-ar-y-bryn on11 October 1858. I had hoped that John would turn out to be the son of my x times great grandparents David and Elizabeth (née Morgans) Parry. Unfortunately John proved to be the son of Peter and Margaret (née Morgans) Parry. Coincidentally, both Elizabeth and Margaret were born in Conwil Caio according to various census returns so I am trying to find out if the two families were related. Unfortunately the marriage certificate for David and Elizabeth was blank as far as their parents were concerned. I have tried without success to locate the marriage of Peter Parry and Margaret Morgans prior to 11 October 1858. According to the 1851 census Margaret was born c 1819/20. Has anyone come across this elusive marriage, please? If so, I would very much like to hear from you. Adrian

    12/07/2017 03:01:00
    1. [CMN-L] Updates UK-Genealogy-Online.com
    2. UKGO
    3. St Pauls Monumentals,Llanelli are now on UKGO7.com, under Llanelli Parish, Llanelli has also been update with Parish Register Indexes for St Elli. Carmarthen, St Peter Indexes of Parish Registers has also been updated Landeilo Fawr Parish Register Burials & Marriages Images and Parish Register Indexes will be available shortly Regards Richard

    11/18/2017 12:53:38
    1. Re: [CMN-L] Rehoboth Chapel Cemetery, Pembrey
    2. UKGO
    3. No We Don't have an Index to Rehoboth Chapel Munumental's sorry, I will have a look and see what I can make out Regards Richard On 14/09/2017 16:42, Stephen Simon wrote: > Hello-- > > I have seen the wonderful photos of the monuments > > at Rehoboth Chapel, Bryndu, Pembrey. Is there a typed listing of inscriptions?? > > There is a William Thomas (at least it looks like Williams) > > who has a death year of 1888. I cannot make it out. > > THANKS. > > Stephen Eric Simon , Member. >

    09/15/2017 01:11:53
    1. Re: [CMN-L] St. Paul's Parish
    2. E.Schreuder
    3. I am also interested in the survey map and photocollection. Also have family mambers there. Elwyn - netherlands. -----Oorspronkelijk bericht----- Van: CARMARTHENSHIRE [mailto:carmarthenshire-bounces+e.schreuder7=chello.nl@rootsweb.com] Namens Williams, Paul Verzonden: maandag 4 september 2017 16:33 Aan: carmarthenshire-fhs@rootsweb.com; CARMARTHENSHIRE-D-request@rootsweb.com; carmarthenshire@rootsweb.com; CARMARTHENSHIRE-L-request@rootsweb.com; carmarthenshire-fhs-request@rootsweb.com Onderwerp: [CMN-L] St. Paul's Parish All - My 4great grandmother, Ann Williams, was buried at St. Paul's Parish Church in Seaside, Llanelly, on May 13, 1851. Her gravesite is #9. I understand that a Monumental Inscription Survey of the graveyard was conducted in 1986. In 1987 when the church was demolished the headstones were laid flat, where possible, and that many are still legible. I also understand that a collection of photographs are available. If anyone has any information on the Survey or photographs I would appreciate receiving it. I am looking for information on my 4great grandfather, Griffith Williams, which may be on the inscription. Thank you. Paul R Williams, PhD, CFA Registered Investment Adviser Associate Professor of Finance California Lutheran University 60 West Olsen Road, #3500 Thousand Oaks, CA 91360 Phone: 805.493.3370 FAX: 805.493.3719 _____________________________________ http://ukgo7.com http://www.uk-genealogy-online.com Welcome to Carmarthenshire Mailing List......... carmarthenshire@rootsweb.com ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to CARMARTHENSHIRE-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message --- Deze e-mail is gecontroleerd op virussen door AVG. http://www.avg.com

    09/08/2017 02:30:02
    1. Re: [CMN-L] [CMN-FHS] St. Paul's Parish
    2. Williams, Paul
    3. Roy - I thought about how I could get the file to Richard and Pauline for posting. It is copyright protected. However, I am including the contact information for the archivist I dealt with at West Glamorgan Archives. Maybe they would be willing to give UK Genealogy permission to post the file? Regards, Paul Katie Millien Archivist and Education Officer West Glamorgan Archive Service Civic Centre, Swansea, SA1 3SN 01792 636589 Millien, Katie <Katie.Millien@swansea.gov.uk> Archifydd a Swyddog Addysg Gwasanaeth Archifau Gorllewin Morgannwg Canolfan Ddinesig, Abertawe, SA1 3SN 01792 636589 Paul R Williams, PhD, CFA Registered Investment Adviser Associate Professor of Finance California Lutheran University 60 West Olsen Road, #3500 Thousand Oaks, CA 91360 Phone: 805.493.3370 FAX: 805.493.3719 -----Original Message----- From: CARMARTHENSHIRE-FHS [mailto:carmarthenshire-fhs-bounces+williams=callutheran.edu@rootsweb.com] On Behalf Of Roy Davies Sent: Wednesday, September 06, 2017 11:41 PM To: carmarthenshire-fhs@rootsweb.com Cc: carmarthenshire-fhs-request@rootsweb.com; CARMARTHENSHIRE-D-request@rootsweb.com; carmarthenshire@rootsweb.com; CARMARTHENSHIRE-L-request@rootsweb.com Subject: Re: [CMN-FHS] St. Paul's Parish V. Glad you got hold of the survey though very frustrating your relatives are not on the list. If not copyrighted and OK with you, then Richard and Pauline (who run the FHS site) might be interested in having PDF copy of the pages that they could put on the website for the benefit of others. Richard and Pauline? Regards Roy On Thursday, 7 September 2017, Williams, Paul <williams@callutheran.edu> wrote: > Roy - > > Thank you very much for the information. I contacted the West > Glamorgan Archives Service in Swansea. They have a Monument > Inscription Survey for St. Paul's. Llanelli (D/D MI 88). It is 21 > pages of data, etc. They scanned and eMailed me the Survey for 15 > Pounds (same day service!). There about > 750 names/dates on the list. They were very nice and helpful. > Unfortunately, my ancestors were not on the list. Maybe their > monuments were missing or unreadable. I wonder if were wooden grave > markers ever used? Also, the archives had no pictures. The materials > are copyrighted, but if anyone is interested in a name I can look it up on the list. > > I will now try emailing Archives Wales and see where that takes me. If > anyone has any other suggestions, they would be welcomed. > > Regards, Paul > > -----Original Message----- > From: CARMARTHENSHIRE-FHS [mailto:carmarthenshire-fhs-bounces+williams > <javascript:;>=callutheran.edu@rootsweb.com <javascript:;>] On Behalf > Of Roy Davies > Sent: Monday, September 04, 2017 8:39 AM > To: carmarthenshire-fhs@rootsweb.com <javascript:;> > Cc: carmarthenshire-fhs-request@rootsweb.com <javascript:;>; > CARMARTHENSHIRE-D-request@rootsweb.com <javascript:;>; > carmarthenshire@rootsweb.com <javascript:;>; > CARMARTHENSHIRE-L-request@rootsweb.com <javascript:;> > Subject: Re: [CMN-FHS] St. Paul's Parish > > There is mention of it here under Content: > https://archiveswales.llgc.org.uk/anw/get_collection.php? > coll_id=77055&inst_id=34&term=Aberpergwm%20%7C%20Wales&L=0 > > You could try emailing Archive Wales for help > https://www.llgc.org.uk/en/ services/enquiries/nlw-enquiries/ > > Regards > > Roy > > On Monday, 4 September 2017, Williams, Paul <williams@callutheran.edu > <javascript:;>> > wrote: > > > > > All - > > > > My 4great grandmother, Ann Williams, was buried at St. Paul's Parish > > Church in Seaside, Llanelly, on May 13, 1851. Her gravesite is #9. I > > understand that a Monumental Inscription Survey of the graveyard was > > conducted in 1986. In 1987 when the church was demolished the > > headstones were laid flat, where possible, and that many are still > > legible. I also understand that a collection of photographs are > > available. If anyone has any information on the Survey or > > photographs I would appreciate receiving it. I am looking for > > information on my 4great grandfather, Griffith Williams, which may be on the inscription. > > > > Thank you. > > > > Paul R Williams, PhD, CFA > > Registered Investment Adviser > > Associate Professor of Finance > > California Lutheran University > > 60 West Olsen Road, #3500 > > Thousand Oaks, CA 91360 > > Phone: 805.493.3370 > > FAX: 805.493.3719 > > > > ==== CARMARTHENSHIRE Mailing List ==== ACCESS URL FOR > > CARMARTHENSHIRE MEMBERS ONLINE DATABASES: > > > > http://ukgo7.com > > > > ~~This is a closed list for Members only~~ > > > > MEMBERSHIP is available @ http://www.UK-Genealogy-Online.com > > > > ------------------------------- > > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to > > CARMARTHENSHIRE-FHS-request@rootsweb.com <javascript:;> > > <javascript:;> > with the word > > 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the > > message > > > ==== CARMARTHENSHIRE Mailing List ==== ACCESS URL FOR CARMARTHENSHIRE > MEMBERS ONLINE DATABASES: > > http://ukgo7.com > > ~~This is a closed list for Members only~~ > > MEMBERSHIP is available @ http://www.UK-Genealogy-Online.com > > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to > CARMARTHENSHIRE-FHS-request@rootsweb.com <javascript:;> with the word > 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the > message > > ==== CARMARTHENSHIRE Mailing List ==== ACCESS URL FOR CARMARTHENSHIRE > MEMBERS ONLINE DATABASES: > > http://ukgo7.com > > ~~This is a closed list for Members only~~ > > MEMBERSHIP is available @ http://www.UK-Genealogy-Online.com > > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to > CARMARTHENSHIRE-FHS-request@rootsweb.com <javascript:;> with the word > 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the > message > ==== CARMARTHENSHIRE Mailing List ==== ACCESS URL FOR CARMARTHENSHIRE MEMBERS ONLINE DATABASES: http://ukgo7.com ~~This is a closed list for Members only~~ MEMBERSHIP is available @ http://www.UK-Genealogy-Online.com ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to CARMARTHENSHIRE-FHS-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    09/07/2017 09:44:26
    1. Re: [CMN-L] [CMN-FHS] St. Paul's Parish
    2. Williams, Paul
    3. Richard - Yes, and thank you very much for putting all of these register images online. That is how I found my distant relations!! Unfortunately, I am still missing the husband of Ann Williams who was buried in St. Paul's on May 13, 1851. His name was Griffith Williams and he died prior to the 1841 census. I suspect in Llanelly, or maybe Llanedy or Llannon. Best, Paul -----Original Message----- From: CARMARTHENSHIRE-FHS [mailto:carmarthenshire-fhs-bounces+williams=callutheran.edu@rootsweb.com] On Behalf Of UKGO Sent: Wednesday, September 06, 2017 10:56 PM To: carmarthenshire-fhs@rootsweb.com; carmarthenshire@rootsweb.com Subject: Re: [CMN-FHS] St. Paul's Parish Hi Paul I assume you have viewed Llanelli Parish/Carmarthenshire on UKGO7.com You will find all of St Pauls Parish Register Images as follows: St Pauls Church Register Images 1851-1874-baptisms 1851-1978-Burials 1874-1905-Baptisms 1880-1910-Marriages 1905-1907-Baptisms 1922-1926-Marriages Regards Richard ========================================= On 07/09/2017 05:02, Williams, Paul wrote: > Roy - > > Thank you very much for the information. I contacted the West Glamorgan Archives Service in Swansea. They have a Monument Inscription Survey for St. Paul's. Llanelli (D/D MI 88). It is 21 pages of data, etc. They scanned and eMailed me the Survey for 15 Pounds (same day service!). There about 750 names/dates on the list. They were very nice and helpful. Unfortunately, my ancestors were not on the list. Maybe their monuments were missing or unreadable. I wonder if were wooden grave markers ever used? Also, the archives had no pictures. The materials are copyrighted, but if anyone is interested in a name I can look it up on the list. > > I will now try emailing Archives Wales and see where that takes me. If anyone has any other suggestions, they would be welcomed. > > Regards, Paul > > -----Original Message----- > From: CARMARTHENSHIRE-FHS > [mailto:carmarthenshire-fhs-bounces+williams=callutheran.edu@rootsweb. > com] On Behalf Of Roy Davies > Sent: Monday, September 04, 2017 8:39 AM > To: carmarthenshire-fhs@rootsweb.com > Cc: carmarthenshire-fhs-request@rootsweb.com; > CARMARTHENSHIRE-D-request@rootsweb.com; carmarthenshire@rootsweb.com; > CARMARTHENSHIRE-L-request@rootsweb.com > Subject: Re: [CMN-FHS] St. Paul's Parish > > There is mention of it here under Content: > https://archiveswales.llgc.org.uk/anw/get_collection.php?coll_id=77055 > &inst_id=34&term=Aberpergwm%20%7C%20Wales&L=0 > > You could try emailing Archive Wales for help > https://www.llgc.org.uk/en/services/enquiries/nlw-enquiries/ > > Regards > > Roy > > On Monday, 4 September 2017, Williams, Paul <williams@callutheran.edu> > wrote: > >> All - >> >> My 4great grandmother, Ann Williams, was buried at St. Paul's Parish >> Church in Seaside, Llanelly, on May 13, 1851. Her gravesite is #9. I >> understand that a Monumental Inscription Survey of the graveyard was >> conducted in 1986. In 1987 when the church was demolished the >> headstones were laid flat, where possible, and that many are still >> legible. I also understand that a collection of photographs are >> available. If anyone has any information on the Survey or photographs >> I would appreciate receiving it. I am looking for information on my >> 4great grandfather, Griffith Williams, which may be on the inscription. >> >> Thank you. >> >> Paul R Williams, PhD, CFA >> Registered Investment Adviser >> Associate Professor of Finance >> California Lutheran University >> 60 West Olsen Road, #3500 >> Thousand Oaks, CA 91360 >> Phone: 805.493.3370 >> FAX: 805.493.3719 >> >> ==== CARMARTHENSHIRE Mailing List ==== ACCESS URL FOR CARMARTHENSHIRE >> MEMBERS ONLINE DATABASES: >> >> http://ukgo7.com >> >> ~~This is a closed list for Members only~~ >> >> MEMBERSHIP is available @ http://www.UK-Genealogy-Online.com >> >> ------------------------------- >> To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to >> CARMARTHENSHIRE-FHS-request@rootsweb.com <javascript:;> with the word >> 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the >> message >> > ==== CARMARTHENSHIRE Mailing List ==== ACCESS URL FOR CARMARTHENSHIRE > MEMBERS ONLINE DATABASES: > > http://ukgo7.com > > ~~This is a closed list for Members only~~ > > MEMBERSHIP is available @ http://www.UK-Genealogy-Online.com > > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to > CARMARTHENSHIRE-FHS-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' > without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message > > ==== CARMARTHENSHIRE Mailing List ==== ACCESS URL FOR CARMARTHENSHIRE > MEMBERS ONLINE DATABASES: > > http://ukgo7.com > > ~~This is a closed list for Members only~~ > > MEMBERSHIP is available @ http://www.UK-Genealogy-Online.com > > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to > CARMARTHENSHIRE-FHS-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' > without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message > > ==== CARMARTHENSHIRE Mailing List ==== ACCESS URL FOR CARMARTHENSHIRE MEMBERS ONLINE DATABASES: http://ukgo7.com ~~This is a closed list for Members only~~ MEMBERSHIP is available @ http://www.UK-Genealogy-Online.com ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to CARMARTHENSHIRE-FHS-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    09/07/2017 07:26:59