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People Connected to Radnorshire

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  • Rev. Ernest William Brown, BA (1856 - 1927)
    Ernest William Brown (1856-1927) Ed Marlborough and Trinity College Cambridge BA 1878. Rector of Montgomery 1893-1905, Rector of Bedstone 1905, Rural Dean of Clun, Prebendary of Hereford Cathedral. ...
  • John Cadwallader (1644 - 1742)
    John CADWALLADER bought 250 acres in Uwchlan 2 June 1715 and gave a small piece for a meeting house and burial ground. A meeting house was built, in what later became the village of Lionville. Early se...
  • John Lloyd (c.1789 - 1851)
    1841 Census: Lower Laithdy, Llanbadarn Fynydd, Radnorshire, Wales. Occupation: Farmer. 1851 Census: Lower Laithdy, Llanbadarn Fynydd, Radnorshire, Wales. Occupation: Farmer.
  • Sarah Lloyd (1836 - c.1909)
    1841 Census: Ddulley, Llanbadarn Fynydd, Radnorshire, Wales. 1851 Census: Tynymain, Llandinam, Montgomeryshire, Wales. Occupation: Servant. 1861 Census: Caerslogeon, Llanbadarn Fynydd, Radnorshire,...
  • Edward Lloyd (1821 - 1896)
    1841 Census: Lower Laithdy, Llanbadarn Fynydd, Radnorshire, Wales. 1851 Census: Caerslogeon, Llanbadarn Fynydd, Radnorshire, Wales. Occupation: Farmer. 1861 Census: Caerslogeon, Llanbadarn Fynydd, ...

People Connected to Radnorshire

Historic Couinty of Wales

(Sir Faesyfed)

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  1. Please link any GENI Profiles with links to Radnorshire to this project.
  2. You can ALSO add the earliest heads of families to the list of Radnorshire Families on Geni below (don't forget to link their profiles to the project as well). These would usually be male! Please restrict people added to the list to the earliest head of family!

Note People with links to Radnorshire can be linked to the project but not necessarily added to the list below.

People connected to Radnorshire can also be linked to the following projects.

Historical and Political people

- accommodated by the project Historical Radnorshire to followwhich covers the History of Radnorshire and historical/political people. Some of these are also listed in the Famous people category.

Famous or Notable People

Those people of note with connections to the county are listed below. Some of these connections are a little tenuous - counties like to lay claim to people of renown! Please visit Radnorshire - Famous People and add them to the listing there.

Emigrants

People from Radnorshire who went to the "New world" and were early progenitors in those countries. Where the earliest ancestor is known please add them to the list of "Radnorshire families on Geni" below if that was their roots, or to the appropriate county project.

Where the earliest known ancestor is the emigrant add them to the list below. In some cases if there is a project that covers them in detail please link the project.


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Heads of Radnorshire Families on Geni

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Emigrants from Radnorshire

Please add the names of people from Radnorshire who settled in the "New World"

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1820 British Settlers in South Africa


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