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1 22 Mar 2006 - 04:35Betty (hidden)
My sister and brother were evacuated to Treddol and stayed there 1939-44, they are included in the names from Anfield school. My sister attended Methodist Church and was given inscribed bible when she left to return to Liverpool - hard to make out the writing but looks like "Soan"?? Treddol Methodist Church
2 04 Feb 2006 - 11:33John Rees (hidden)
I lived with my mother and father, Heather and Bill Rees, at Dyfi Villa, Taliesin, between 1957 and 1974. I attended Llancynfelin CP School where Mansell James was headmaster with Miss Isaac and Miss James as junior teachers. I remember best our cook, Annie Lizzie of Tre'r Ddol, who prepared lovely food and was a real 'aunty' to the children. I actually left the village in 1972 to join the Dyfed Powys Constabulary at Carmarthen. Now retired, I run the Red KIte Cafe at Ponterwyd. Would love to hear from anyone who also remembers those happy times. Diolch John.
3 24 Jan 2006 - 21:18nigel (hidden)
Hi folks - there is a slight gap in the guestbook as, thanks to some amusing spammers, the book got overloaded and I have had to go back to a backup from early Dec 2005. I think it's fixed for now, but who knows....Please keep the feedback coming. Nigel
4 05 Dec 2005 - 21:45James Lloyd-Williams (hidden)
Thank you for all the work you put into creating and maintaining this wonderful site.
5 19 Nov 2005 - 09:59Patsy (hidden)
A really excellent site, very easy to use and great information. Many thanks for the work and commitment to providing such a valuable resource for researchers of this area.
6 08 Nov 2005 - 19:47Jonathan Salter (hidden)
Don't ask me how I arrived at this web site, to long to explain. I believe that my Gt. Gt. Grandfather came from this particular area. His name was Jonathan Jones, he was a 'French Polisher' by trade and I'm led to believe that he was a cousin of Rev David Morgan one of the great revivalist preachers of the 19th. Century. I have in my keeping David Morgan's bible dated 1854. Jonathan Jones came to Kidderminster in 1854 where his daughter Eliza was born in the same year. She was the 1st. wom
7 23 Oct 2005 - 01:48liverbird (hidden)
Great site and I am appreciative of all the hard work that has gone in to it. I came across it by chance as I am researching my Welsh family, but all I have relating to your area is my Gt Gt Grandmother Sarah ( dont know her maiden name )she was born approx 1811 in Aberystwyth and married Richard Evans born approx 1817 in Anglesey, they had one daughter Catherine ( my Gt Grandmother )and lived all their married lives certainly from the 1851 census in Liverpool. Any one who might recognise these
8 30 Sep 2005 - 19:50Morris Jones (hidden)
A later Talybont evacuee from Anfield, along with my 2 brothers.[Though we are not listed] Remember Miss Tilston fondly. I also attended Ardwyn County for a year. Mixed memories aroused, and recognise many names. I enjoyed the trawl through the page. Many thanks.
9 23 Aug 2005 - 22:20David Davies (hidden)
I am at present trying to gather any information possible regarding Thomas Davies who was my great great grandfather. My research so far has led me to his son, my great grandfather William Davies and my great grandmother Naomi Davies (nee Jones) who lived in Taliesin with the family, their presence being well documented in both the 1871 and 1881 census. Any information that you can supply will be most helpful.
10 22 Aug 2005 - 07:53wen tregurtha-steer (hidden)
Hi Al, I have spent an enjoyable hour in this site. It is great that the culture and history are in English as well. Cheers from Tasmania Austalia
11 11 Aug 2005 - 18:55Patricia (hidden)
Great website! I think it is wonderful that someone has made this available to find our families history. I am so proud of my grandmothers Welsh side and love finding the nice people who help us along the way. I sure hope to get to Wales soon! If I can help anyone from Wales with their searches for family in the states let me know! Would love to return the favor.
12 11 Aug 2005 - 18:52Patty Ramos (hidden)
Iam searching for the families listed: John Jones born abt 1811 in Llangyfelech, married once to Jane? born abt. 1826, Jane I think was married previously to a Jenkins because there is a son name Evan Jenkins listed in 1861 census. John probably had a wife before her. Children listed are Hannah Jones and Ester Jones. IN 1871 census Ester is missing and there is a Rachel JOnes. John Married Catherine Evans next and has ELizabeth Ann Jones and Mary Beatrice Jones with her.Catherine Evans pare
13 10 Aug 2005 - 18:21Richard Evans (hidden)
Excellent site - congratulations to those concerned.
Trying to find information on Elizabeth EDWARDS (nee ?) born 1840/41 in the Llangynfelyn area. She married a Thomas EDWARDS from Derwen, Denbighshire.
14 08 Aug 2005 - 04:45JoAnn Carlson (hidden)
I'm looking for information on the family book of Common Prayers 1811 that I have from Bartholmew Horsell,Churchwarden in 1843 and George Horsell and Edmont Parsons ,Church Wardens from 1852-1872.Thank you.
15 05 Aug 2005 - 23:56Rhiannon Williams (hidden)
Thank you for an excellent site - thank you and congratulations to everyone involved - I haven't seen anything else like this although I'm also impressed with the many Welsh community sites. I found your site through researching photos in my grandmother's photo albums - photos taken at Bedd Taliesin, Pensarn and Pensarn chapel, views of Talybont and Penpompren Hall taken from a field above Rhydfach, and two cottages Felindre and Delfryn (although I'm not sure if these were in Llangynfelyn or
16 01 Aug 2005 - 03:35vaughan williams (hidden)
my ggg grandfather david edwards born tre ddol 1800 was a hatter, he moved to amlwch anglesey around 1830, one of his hats with his name inside is still in amlwch. Vaughan.
17 14 Jul 2005 - 18:50Delyth Jones (hidden)
Rhagorol, wedi fy helpu i ddilyn peth o'r teulu o Tyhwnt, Brickyard a Dolennydd. Marvellous. Many have worked diligently to provide such a marvellous site.
18 08 Jul 2005 - 13:17David R. Jones (hidden)
Excellent site which enabled me to discover previously unknown facts about the family of my great grandfather, Jonathan Jones. The death of his first wife, Anne, in Taliesin in 1887 and his subsequent marriage to Catherine Ann Morgans in 1888. Previously the 5 children he and Catherine had were unknown to me. Many thanks for a most interesting and useful site. Cheers, Dave Jones (late of Aberystwyth)
19 08 Jul 2005 - 13:02Gwawr Jones (hidden)
Mae traddodiad yn ein teulu ein bod yn disgyn oddi wrth Lewis Morris o Fon (1701-65). Gallaf olrhain fy nheulu i Richard Morris o Langynfelyn, briododd Elizabeth Taylor yn 1780, ac a fu farw, mae'n debyg, yn 1835 yn 80 oed. Mae hyn yn 'ffit' da efo wyr L.M. o'r un enw a anwyd yn 1756. Ond mae angen PRAWF! Syniadau?
20 26 Jun 2005 - 05:07Martha Landers (hidden)
Email ynyshir25@yahoo.com has been deleted. My permanent address will be ynyshir03@yahoo.com. This also replaces an old email rusty@oregontrail.net.

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