Glanrhyd

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Hi Wil

Interested in the Swtan article. The part about Glanrhyd, I take it this house is in Bodffordd?

I'm tracing my family tree and I had relatives living in Glanrhyd, Bodffordd. William and Mary Jones.

Can we talk?

Richard




Hi Richard,

Interesting. Very interesting indeed.

Glandrhyd is in Llynfaes, which is in the ward of Bodffordd.

William and Mary had four daughters. Ellen, Jane, Maggie and Ann.

Where are you? Local or away?

You left no email address. Contact me again on a new message box for privacy. This time with an email address.

Wil

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Bodffordd
by: Emlyn

Wil,

Sorry for delay in responding,

My mother could possibly be Maggie, she had a brother Emlyn who was killed in WW2 in Italy.

I have taken my family tree back to the Elias family who built many houses in Liverpool in the 1800's but the finer details still elude me.

My e mail is r.rowlands@btinternet.com

Thanks

Richard

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