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From: "carreglwyd" <>
Subject: Re: [Cmn-L] Williams/Jenkins
Date: Sun, 11 Nov 2001 10:02:32 -0000
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Good morning Sylvia & everyone,
Re. 1841 Census Llanelly.
Please does anyone have any info. re 1841 whereabouts of Mary (or Mary
Ann) Morris, believed born Llanelly area c. 1836, daughter of Peter Morris,
engineer?
TIA
Helen

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Subject: Re: [Cmn-L] Williams/Jenkins


> Hi Pauline.
> I have the result of an 1841 cencus (HO 107/1379, book 6, Parish and
Borough
> of Llanelly,Co, Carmarthen.
>
> Almshouse Wern. (folio 49, page 10)
>
> John Williams age 35 (to 39) Laborer, born in county, Carmarthen.
> Elizabeth " 30 (to 34) " "
> "
> Margaret * " 8 " "
> "
> William " 3 " "
> "
> David " 1 " "
> "
>
> 1851 Cencus HO 107/2468 Llanelly Carmarthenshire.
> 66 Upper Wern.
> John Williams Hd M 47 Labourer born Llanelly Carmarthenshire
> Elizabeth 38 " "
"
> David son 11 " "
"
> Henry " 9 " "
"
> Sarah dau 6 " "
"
> Mary " 2 " "
"
> William 5 months " " "
>
> Using the 1841 cencus elizabeth was born 1811, making 18 when she married,
> first child Margaret was born 1833, so it looks as if John and Elizabeth
were
> married about 4 yrs, or were there others who did not survive, or was
> there another child could have been about 11 and living else where, one
thing
> is for sure they came from Llanelly.
>
> I wonder why they were in the Almshouse, wish i was a fly on the wall in
> those days sure would have answers :-)).
>
> The 1841 cencus was from a Raymond Foster 10 Jan 1990.
>
> Thank you again Sylvia
>
>
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