Aberedw, Radnorshire Family History Guide

Last Updated on January 20, 2019Aberedw is a parish in the county of Radnorshire, South Wales. Alternative names: Aberedow Parish church: St Cewydd restored 1887. The register of baptisms dates from the year 1690; burials, 1695; marriages. 1700 Nonconformists: Independents, Congregational. The land is chiefly pasture. The area is 4.807 acres …

Riding Without Reins 27 February 1856

Last Updated on October 9, 2018BUILTH PETTY SESSIONS.—MONDAY. [Before THOMAS THOMAS, ESQ., Chairman, REV, DANIEL EVANS, and THOMAS PRICE BLIGH, ESQ.] RIDING WITHOUT REINS.— Thomas Richards, farmers son, Trevaughan, parish of Aberedw, Radnorshire, was charged by Sergeant McPherson, of the Breconshire constabulary, with riding on his waggon, drawn by four …

Mrs Morris Gwernalltcwm Aberedw 1908

Last Updated on October 9, 2018Mrs Morris, Gwernalltcwm, Aberedw, Radnorshire, who has just passed away at the age of 84 years, had 11 children, 55 grandchildren and 18 great grandchildren. Source: Cardiff Times, 21 March 1908.

Louisa Evans of Llanbadarn-y-Garreg Drowned 1906

Last Updated on October 9, 2018Drowned 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 …

James Pryce Court Farm Aberedw 1906

Last Updated on October 9, 2018Mr. James Pryce, Court Farm, aberedw (Radnorshire), has just sold a 13 month old bull, alf, for exportation to South America at 900 guineas. Source: Cardiff Times 1906

Aberedw Minister Drowned

Last Updated on October 9, 2018Tragic 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 …