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From: "Jerman Project" <>
Subject: Re: [POWYS] Trefeglwys: one parish study
Date: Mon, 7 Nov 2005 19:18:25 -0000
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I am very interested in your proposed Trefeglwys site and can perhaps offer
some material. You may be aware of the Jarman/Jerman web-site I maintain.
There are various Trefeglwys connections throughout the generations,
although because the families were quite widely dispersed in the area, I
have so far preferred to use an overall "Llanidloes" description. What
counts as Trefeglwys proper I don't know - you will have to consider how
extensively you treat the outlying farms etc.
You will also probably be aware that some of the Ashton links - yours and
others - that have been discussed on this list recently merge in and out of
the Jermans at various points - in sometimes rather complicated ways. This
might be worth pursuing as a subject in its own right as branches of these
two families did seem to rather colonise certain parts of the area over
I look forward to seeing your first efforts as I feel it is always good to
try and put some social/geographical/economic context with what can be
otherwise rather dull raw genealogical stuff.
See web-site at http://myweb.tiscali.co.uk/jermanproject
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