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Monday, August 07, 2006

HISTORY OF MONMOUTHSHIRE: SKENFRITH

Originally published in twelve parts between 1904 and 1933, this is the History of Monmouthshire From the coming of the Normans into Wales down to the present time. This works is one of the essential references for the genealogist and local historian for Monmouthshire.

This is Volume 1 Part 1, The Hundred of Skenfrith which includes Monmouth, Dixton, Rockfield, Wonastow, Llangattock-vibon-avel, St Maughan's, Skenfrith, Grosmont, Llangua, Llantilio Crosseny, part of Llanfihangel-ystern-llewern and Welsh Bicknor.

This publication is available for £6.25 as a download from Lulu.

3 comments:

susancurtis123 said...

Hi--I think this reference is exactly what I need but I can't find it anywhere on this site. Is there an URL for it? I think I am looking for p. 116? (Joseph Austin Morgan? J. Cowles Morgan...)

Thanks so much!
Susan

susancurtis123 said...

Hi--I just found only the "Ender Nominum" online at BYU. It turns out I need p. 81 of Vol. 1, part 1 of Bradney's book. I'm interested in Morgan Austin who md. Elizabeth Prosser, their daughter, Margaret Austin who md. James Morgan and any Morgan families who tie together with them. I'm sorry I can't figure out how to find it on my own here.
Thank you!
Susan

The OGRE said...

Hi Susan

Can you contact me via my email - I have the data you need but I'll need your email address to send it - the blog prevents email addresses from being displayed!