1871 census: District 12, Page 3

Civil Parish

John EVANS Head Mar 79 Farmer 25 acres employing 1 man Trefeglwys Mont –
Catherine EVANS Wife Mar 75 – Trefeglwys Mont –
Catherine JONES Granddaur – 13 General Servant Trefeglwys Mont –
John EVANS Grandson – 14 Farm Servant Trefeglwys Mont –

Thomas PUGHE Head Mar 36 Engine Driver Berriew Mont –
Mary PUGHE Wife Mar 34 – Llanwnog Mont –
Thomas PUGHE Son – 10 Scholar Carno Mont –
Henry W PUGHE Son – 7 Scholar Carno Mont –
David C PUGHE Son – 5 Scholar Trefeglwys Mont –
John PUGHE Son – 3 – Trefeglwys Mont –
Hannah E PUGHE Daur – 10m – Trefeglwys Mont –

John DAVIES Head Mar 25 Farmer 10 acres Trefeglwys Mont –
Anne DAVIES Wife Mar 24 – Trefeglwys Mont –
Richard DAVIES Son – 3 – Trefeglwys Mont –
David DAVIES Son – 1 – Trefeglwys Mont –

Charles ASHTON Head Mar 81 Ag Lab Trefeglwys Mont –
Mary ASHTON Wife Mar 76 – Llanidloes Mont –
Jane DAVIES Daur Mar 31 – Aberhafesp Mont –
Jane DAVIES Granddaur – 5 – Llanwnog Mont –
Mary DAVIES Granddaur – 1 – Llanwnog Mont –

Ref RG 10/5610

Transcribed by Alison Bryan, as part of the Trefeglwys 1871 census collection. A list of links for the 1871 census pages can be found here.

One response to “1871 census: District 12, Page 3”

  1. Hello Alison
    I have been tracing my family tree on my father’s (Pryce) side.

    I have dis over ed that my great grandfather – John Pryce- and his 6 siblings were brought up on a farm at 6 Robins Bank.
    According to my research of census data they had a 5 acre smallholding at Robins Bank.

    However I cannot find and farm buildings on Robins Bank. There is Pant Farm to the North and Cwmmegan Shepherds cottage to the West but cannot find number 6 Robins Bank.

    Also I do not understand why your census transcripts for all properties in the Trefeglwys area do not include the Pryce.

    Finally, could you advise me on how I go back further than 1837 in tracing this line of my family.

    Would I need to contact the Parish Church and non Conformist churches in Trefeglwys to go any further back with the Pryce family who all lived at Robins Bank.

    Please could you contact me at:- andy.pryce@talk talk. net

    please note there is a dot between andy and pryce.

    with any helpful assistance.

    Thank You

    Kind regards

    Andy Pryce

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