1871 census: District 13, Page 5


Civil Parish
Trefeglwys

[Berthlas continued]
Ann EVANS Niece U 14 Servant Trefeglwys Montgomery –
Elizabeth LLOYD Niece – 7 – Trefeglwys Montgomery –
Hannah LLOYD Niece – 1 – Trefeglwys Montgomery –
William LEWIS Serv U 16 Farm Servant Trefeglwys Montgomery –

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?Denrrin
1
David EVANS Head Mar 49 Farmer 91 acres Landowner Trefeglwys Montgomery –
Ann EVANS Wife Mar 49 Farmers Wife Llanbrynmair Montgomery –
David EVANS Son U 18 Farmers Son Trefeglwys Montgomery –
Edward EVANS Son – 12 Farmers Son Trefeglwys Montgomery –
Margaret EVANS Daur – 10 Farmers Daur Trefeglwys Montgomery –
Evan EVANS Son – 7 Farmers Son Trefeglwys Montgomery –
Richard EVANS Son – 3 – Trefeglwys Montgomery –

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Longhill
1
John ASHTON Head Mar 58 Farmer 8 acres Trefeglwys Montgomery –
Mary ASHTON Wife Mar 50 Farmer Wife Trefeglwys Montgomery –
John ASHTON Son U 23 Miner Trefeglwys Montgomery –
Valentine ASHTON Son – 12 Scholar Trefeglwys Montgomery –
Ann ASHTON Daur – 7 – Trefeglwys Montgomery –

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Longhill
1
Thomas HUGHES Head Wid 35 Farmer 26 acres Trefeglwys Montgomery –
Rebicka HUGHES Mother Wid 75 Pauper Trefeglwys Montgomery –
Richard HUGHES Son U 47 Pauper Trefeglwys Montgomery –
Rebecka HUGHES Daur U 31 General Servant Trefeglwys Montgomery –
Richard HUGHES Nephew U 23 Farm Servant Trefeglwys Montgomery –
Thomas HUGHES Nephew U 11 – Trefeglwys Montgomery –
Edward HUGHES Nephew – 5 – Trefeglwys Montgomery –

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 13, Page 5”

  1. David Evans farmer at ?Denrrin is my great great grandfather.

    The farm name is Penrorin. At the time of the census it was possibly Pen’rorin or Pen-y-rorin as on the OS maps from about 1860. I have not seen the original for this census only a transcript which lists it as Penrrin.

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