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ADX/1128: The Edwards family of Nantcwnlle
[GB 0212] ADX/1128Title:
The Edwards family of NantcwnlleDate(s):
3 filesScope and Content:
Publications and research relating to the Edwards family, originally of Brynele, p. Nantcwnlle.
1. Research into the family done in response to an enquiry by Anna Skarzynska, Assistant Archivist
2. 'Saga of Edwards Family, Brynele, Cardiganshire, Wales, who lived as neighors of John Williams, Pen Rhewl and David D. Williams, Pantebeudy (brothers), Llangeitho neighbourhood, Cardiganshire. All emigrated to Madison Township, Jackson County, Ohio; John Williams later migrated to Makkato, Minnesota
' - by David E. Morgan, Columbus, Ohio. 2 copies: one from Ohio State Library, Columbus, another (slightly different, some pages missing) from Llyfrgell Ceredigion, Local History Collection.
3. Scanned photographs of Jenkin Edwards (1882-1935) and his family who moved to London and ran a dairy there. Also page of captions identifying some people in the photographs.
Jenkin Edwards (1882-1935), with Mary, his 1st wife, holding baby ?Bessie. Standing next to Jenkin is Mary's younger sister Jane (Janet) Jones, who became the 2nd Mrs Edwards. Mary is buried in Bwlchgwynt Chapel, Tregaron.
Jenkin Edwards' dairy in Cadogan Terrace, East London.
Unidentified- possibly Edwardses.
Elizabeth Edwards, b. 1905, by her father Jenkin's grave, Manor Park cemetery.
The grave of Jenkin, his 2nd wife Jane and baby Mair Margretta.
Close-up of the grave
An Edwards? (maybe Jenkin's mother)
Possibly a Jones of Cefnesgairfach, Tregaron, could be father of Mary and Janet Jones.
Labelled Auntie Nellie, but which one?
Jenkin Edwards (R) with his brother Tom.
Man, 'looks like an Edwards but scenery more like Cefnesgairfach, Tregaron'
11. Maybe Samuel Jones, father of Mary and Janet.