Louisa Evans of Llanbadarn-y-Garreg Drowned 1906

Last Updated on October 9, 2018 Drowned in a Brook Old Lady’s Sad Death near Builth Wells At Aberedw, near Builth Wells, an old lady named Louisa Evans, of Llanbadarn-y-garreg, while returning home alongside a brook after attending Good Friday evening church service, stumbled on the bank and rolled into the water, where she was …

Aberedw Minister Drowned

Last Updated on October 9, 2018 Tragic Affair at Llanstephan. The Rev. J. Wyndham Jones, Congl. minister, of Whitehouse, Aberedw, near Builth Wells, who was spending a holiday at Llanstephan with his family on Friday evening went for a bathe in spite of the stiff breeze blowing. He had not been in the water many …

Holyhead Anglesea Principal Inhabitants Universal British Directory 1791

Last Updated on October 11, 2018 The following are the principal inhabitants: Gentry Bulkeley Mrs. widow Jeston Mr. Thomas Jones Mrs. widow, Glanrason Jones Mrs. widow, Bodnyfa Owen Madam, widow, Penrhose Robinson Miss Vickers’ Miss, Llanfawr Williams’s Miss

Hay (Brecknockshire) Universal British Directory 1791

Last Updated on October 11, 2018 Hay is 153 miles from London.  It has a market on Saturday; and three fairs, on May 17, August 12, and October 10.  It is seated between the rivers Wyall and Dulas, on the river Hay, over which is has a handsome stone bridge of seven arches.  It stands …