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Ann DAVIES (1806?-1861)

Ann DAVIES1 [46] was born in 1806 (approx.) in an unidentified place.1 Her relationship to John is Paternal Great (x2) Grandmother.

Ann married David OWEN [47] on 1 December 1826 at St Teilo-on-the-Clase in Llangyfelach, Glammorgan in Wales. The witnesses were William Jones and Thomas Jones.1,2

in 1841 they lived at 100 Tewgoed Row in Cwmavon, Neath District in Glamorgan County, Wales.1

in 1861 they lived at 6 David's Row in Cwmavon.1

she died (aged 55) in 1861 in a location to be determined.3


David OWEN1 [47] was the son of David Morgan OWEN (1765-1850) [1405] and Elizabeth TAYLOR (1770?-1860) [1406]. He and Ann DAVIES had the following children:


Ann OWEN (1828?- ) [378]

David OWEN (1830?- ) [379]

Hannah OWEN (1832?- ) [380]

Jane OWEN (1834?- ) [381]

William OWEN (1837?- ) [382]

Thomas OWEN (1839-1914) [44]


1{S0036}, Researcher : OWEN (nee QUESSY), Marie (0129) : re OWEN. Cit. Date: before 1 July 2009. Assessment: Secondary evidence.
2{S0142}, Certificate - Marriage : OWEN, David (0047) and DAVIS (DAVIES, DAVID), Ann (0046). Custom Id: WALES No 50, Page 17, Parish of LLangyfelach, County of Glamorgan. Cit. Date: before 1 July 2009. Assessment: Primary evidence.
Registration no : Parish of Llangyfelach, 1826, Page 17, No 50
3{S0344}, Internet ( 'MyFamily' and/or 'World Tree Project' Matches. Cunningham & Plant Families; owner: wisard158. Cit. Date: 14 August 2009. Assessment: Secondary evidence.

Compiler of this family history is : John Owen


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Updated : 14 Mar 2016