1861 census: District 17a, Page 2

Township of Eskirieth

5
Braichyfedw Factory
1 unoccupied

6
Braichyfedw Factory
1 unoccupied

7
Rhydypyme
1
Evan OWENS Head Mar 40 Ag Lab Montgomery Trefeglwys –
Sarah OWENS Wife Mar 40 Ag Lab Wife Montgomery Trefeglwys –
Ann OWENS Daur – 9 Ag Lab Daur Montgomery Trefeglwys –
Elizabeth OWENS Daur – 8 Ag Lab Daur Montgomery Trefeglwys –
John OWENS Son – 5 – Montgomery Trefeglwys –
Jane OWENS Daur – 4 – Montgomery Trefeglwys –
Edward OWENS Son – 2 – Montgomery Trefeglwys –
Martha OWENS Daur – 1m – Montgomery Trefeglwys –

8
Drwsynant
1
Eleanor LEWIS Head Wid 35 Pauper Montgomery Penegoes –
John LEWIS Son – 12 Pauper Montgomery Darowen –
Evan LEWIS Son – 10 Pauper Montgomery Darowen –
Thomas LEWIS Son – 8 Pauper Montgomery Darowen –
Samuel LEWIS Son – 6 Pauper Montgomery Darowen –
Jane LEWIS Daur – 4 Pauper Montgomery Trefeglwys –

9
Dolydd
1
Edward JONES Head Mar 63 Farmer 11 acres Montgomery Trefeglwys –
Ann JONES Wife Mar 52 Farmers Wife Merioneith Talyllyn –
Evan JONES Son U 27 Carpenter Montgomery Darowen –
Richard JONES Son U 22 Lead Miner Montgomery Darowen –
Mary JONES Daur U 29 Miner Daur Montgomery Darwen –

Ref RG 9/4246

Transcribed by Alison Bryan, as part of the Trefeglwys 1861 census collection. A list of links for the 1861 census pages can be found here.

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  1. Gill Lewis says:

    I believe the Samuel Lewis in Drwsynant, 1861 census,pauper,was an ancestor of my husbands, who went on to be a servant with Joseph Griffiths, Master Tailor at Tycoch,,census 1871, and subsequently learned his trade as a tailor and travelled to Swansea where we find him in the 1881 census married and working as a tailor. We would like to trace his father, but in the 1861 census his mother Eleanor Lewis is widowed…any pointers would be greatly appreciated. Thank you

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