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Photographs of Margaret Evans (1800-1886)

A collection of photographs relative to the life of Margaret Evans.

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Map of South Wales: Margaret's birthplace, Cwrt-newydd (New Court), Cardigan Shire, encircled and underlined in yellow, is found in the lower part of the map. Encircled below Cwrt-newydd, approximately two miles distance to the south, is Llanwenog, the town where Margaret and Benjamin married, where they raised their family, and where they were converted to the Church.

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Another Map of South Wales: Benjamin's birthplace, Carmarthen, Carmarthen Shire, encircled and underlined in yellow below, is shown in relation to Llanwenog and Cwrt-newydd, approximately 16 miles distance to the north.

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Margaret and her granddaughter, Amelia Francis Howells (born in 1862).

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16th Ward House, 131 North 500 West, Salt Lake City, Utah, the building in which Margaret attended her Sunday religious meetings for the rest of her life after arriving in the Salt Lake Valley, in 1852.

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