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Howell Family

Waukesha County Wisconsin Genealogy

Ancestors of Edward Rees Howell

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Generation No. 1

1. Edward Rees Howell, born April 04, 1882 in Ottawa Tsp.,Waukesha County, WI; died September 13, 1958 in Palmyra, Jefferson Co., Wisconsin. He was the son of 2. Edward Howell and 3. Elizabeth Felix. He married (1) Bertha Iva Lean February 04, 1904 in Dousman, Waukesha Co., Wisconsin (Congr.). She was born February 04, 1881 in Sullivan, Jefferson Co., Wisconsin, and died January 15, 1948 in Milwaukee, Milwaukee Co., Wisconsin. She was the daughter of John Lean and Hannah Hooper Burton. He married (2) Mary Hoffman 1950. She was born November 14, 1893 in IN, and died November 1984 in Palmyra, Jefferson Co., WI.

Notes for Edward Rees Howell:
1910 Census: Sullivan Tsp., Jefferson Co., WI
Howell, Edward 28 WI Farmer
Bertha 29 "
Bernice 2 "
Riddle, Charlie 21 " Farm laborer

1920 Census: Sullivan Tsp., Jefferson Co., WI
Howell, Edward R. 37 WI Farmer
Bertha I. 38 "
Bernice H. 12 "
Koehler, Chas. 40 " Hired man
Frank 35 " " "
Stacey, Percy 28 " " "

1930 Census: Ottawa Tsp., Waukesha Co., WI
Howell, Edward R. 46 Farmer
Bertha 47
Bernice 22 Teacher
Doris 9

More About Edward Rees Howell:
Burial: September 15, 1958, Ottawa Cemetery,Waukesha County, WI

Notes for Bertha Iva Lean:
Resided in Pleasant Valley, near Palmyra, Jefferson Co., Wis. in 1927..
Birth recorded in Jefferson County Courthouse Vol 4 p 40 Other siblings listed on birth certificate are George, Clara Edith, Olisola (sp)

More About Bertha Iva Lean:
Burial: Ottawa Cemetery, Waukesha Co., Wisconsin

Marriage Notes for Edward Howell and Bertha Lean:
Marriage recorded in Jefferson County Courthouse Vol 5 p 0239 Vol B seq: 05913


Generation No. 2

2. Edward Howell, born June 10, 1831 in "Cwmgwenllan",Gwynfe, Carmarthenshire, Wales; died September 16, 1920 in Sullivan Tsp., Jefferson County, WI @89. He was the son of 4. Samuel Howells and 5. Anne Daniel. He married 3. Elizabeth Felix November 25, 1874 in Genesee Tsp., Waukesha County, WI.
3. Elizabeth Felix, born September 14, 1847 in "Tyncornel",Tregaron, Cardiganshire, Wales; died October 29, 1932 in Sullivan Tsp., Jefferson County, WI @86. She was the daughter of 6. David Rees Felix and 7. Anne Williams.

Notes for Edward Howell:
1880 Census: Ottawa Tsp., Waukesha Co., WI 1:67
Howell, Edward 47 Farmer Wales
Elizabeth 33 Keeping house Wales
David 5 WI
Edward 3 "
Daniel 2 "
Owens, Thomas 22 Servant Works on Farm WI
Gramling, Ferd 24 " " " " "

1900 Census: Sullivan Tsp., Jefferson Co., WI 150:8
Howell, Edward Jan 1833 67 Wales Farmer
Eliza Jul 1939 60 "
David Mar 1875 25 WI
Daniel Mar 1878 22 " Farm laborer
Anna Nov 1881 18 " At school
Edward Apr 1882 17 " "
Mary Dec 1884 15 " "
Sarah Jul 1888 11 " "

1905 WI State Census: Sullivan Tsp., Jefferson Co. p. 480-1
Howell, Edward 77 Wales Farmer
Elizabeth 65 " Housekeeper
Anna 24 WI Dressmaker
Edward Jr. 23 " Farm Lab.
Mary 19 " Servant
Sarah 16 " "
Bertha [D/L] 23 " Housekeeper
Green, William 42 " Laborer

1910 Census: Sullivan Tsp., Jefferson Co., WI
Howell, Edward 79 Wales Retired farmer
Elizabeth 66 "
Gutherie, Edna 22 WI Boarder

At Genesee, November 25, 1874, by Rev. John Jones, of Racine, Edward Howell of Ottawa to Miss Elizabeth Felix of Genesee. [Waukesha Freeman 1/14/74]

More About Edward Howell:
Burial: September 20, 1920, Ottawa Tsp.,Waukesha County, WI
Census: 1880, Ottawa Tsp., Waukesha Co., WI
Christened: June 26, 1831, Jerusalem Indep. Chapel, Gwynfe
Declar. of Intent.: November 01, 1852, Waukesha Co., WI
Emigration: April 1852, Port of New York

Notes for Elizabeth Felix:
1930 Census: Sullivan Tsp., Jefferson Co., WI
Howell, Clara M. Head 25 WI
Elizabeth G 83 Wales

More About Elizabeth Felix:
Burial: October 31, 1932, Ottawa Tsp.,Waukesha County, WI
Census: 1930, Sullivan Tsp. @ 83
Christened #1219: November 26, 1847, Caron Parish, Tregaron, Cards., S. Wales

Children of Edward Howell and Elizabeth Felix are:
i. David Samuel Howell, born March 23, 1875 in Ottawa Tsp.,Waukesha County, WI; died July 06, 1962 in Fraser, Wayne County, MI; married (1) Olive Isola Lean June 14, 1900 in Sullivan, Jefferson County, Wisconsin, P. V. Ch; born July 21, 1877 in Sullivan, Jefferson Co., Wisconsin; died February 26, 1909 in Ottawa, Waukesha Co., Wisconsin; married (2) Lydia Butler Smith Williams October 12, 1910 in Waukesha, Waukesha Co., WI (1st Cong.); born April 16, 1879; died April 1982 in FL.

Notes for David Samuel Howell:
1905 WI State Census: Ottawa Tsp., Waukesha Co.
Howells, David 30 WI Farmer
Olive 27 "
Arthur 4 "
Clara 10/12
Armstrong, John 30 WI Farm Laborer
Vaughn, James 19 " " "

1910 Census: Ottawa Tsp., Waukesha Co., WI
Howell, David S. 35 Farmer
Arthur 9
Clara 6
Sarah 21 Sister

More About David Samuel Howell:
Burial: Cadillac Memorial Garden Cemetery

More About Olive Isola Lean:
Burial: Pleasant Valley Cem., Sullivan Tsp., Jefferson Co., WI

ii. Edward Rees Howell I, born February 05, 1877 in Ottawa Tsp., Waukesha Co., WI; died July 21, 1881 in Ottawa Tsp., Waukesha Co., WI @4.

More About Edward Rees Howell I:
Burial: Ottawa Cemetery, Ottawa Tsp., Waukesha Co., WI

iii. Daniel Benjamin Howell, born July 01, 1878 in Ottawa Tsp.,Waukesha County, WI; died November 11, 1934 in Snohomish, Snohomish Cty., WA; married Mary Emily McWilliams June 26, 1907 in Wauwatosa, Milwaukee County, WI; born July 23, 1885; died April 1974 in Renton, King Co., WA.

More About Daniel Benjamin Howell:
Burial: G.A.R. Cem., Bothell, King County, WA

More About Mary Emily McWilliams:
Burial: G.A.R. Cem., Bothell, King Co., WA

iv. Ann Elizabeth Howell, born November 26, 1880 in Ottawa Tsp.,Waukesha County, WI; died May 11, 1964 in Waukesha, Waukesha County, WI; married Robert V. Ahrens October 13, 1906 in Sullivan Tsp., Jefferson County, WI; born November 29, 1880.

More About Ann Elizabeth Howell:
Burial: May 13, 1964, Pinelawn Cemetery, Milwaukee, Milwaukee Cty, WI

1 v. Edward Rees Howell, born April 04, 1882 in Ottawa Tsp.,Waukesha County, WI; died September 13, 1958 in Palmyra, Jefferson Co., Wisconsin; married (1) Bertha Iva Lean February 04, 1904 in Dousman, Waukesha Co., Wisconsin (Congr.); married (2) Mary Hoffman 1950.
vi. Mary Caroline Howell, born December 01, 1884 in Ottawa Tsp.,Waukesha County, WI; died March 20, 1962 in Waukesha, Waukesha County, WI; married (1) John W. Baker March 16, 1907 in Sullivan Tsp., Jefferson County, WI; born July 10, 1884 in Ottawa Tsp.,Waukesha County, WI; married (2) Arthur Williams 1952; married (3) Arthur R. Williams September 24, 1952; born November 16, 1880 in Waukesha Tsp., Waukesha Co., WI; died March 18, 1959 in Waukesha, Waukesha Co., WI.

Notes for Mary Caroline Howell:
1930 Census: Ottawa Tsp., Waukesha Co., WI
Baker, John 45 Farmer
Mary 43
Gladys22
Wilton 7

More About Mary Caroline Howell:
Burial: Ottawa Tsp.,Waukesha County, WI

vii. Sarah Jemima Howell, born July 28, 1888 in Ottawa Tsp.,Waukesha County, WI; died September 13, 1982 in Milwaukee, Milwaukee County, WI; married Claude A. Yarmark September 18, 1912 in Milwaukee, Milwaukee County, WI; born July 12, 1890.

Notes for Sarah Jemima Howell:
Yarmark/Howell Nuptials Mr. Claude Yarmark of Milwaukee and Miss Sarah Howell of Dousman were married last week Wed. PM at 3 o'clock at the home of Rev. Heywood, pastor of the Kingsley and Asbury M.E. church, Milwaukee. They were atternded by Miss Edna Guthrie of Guthrie, an intimate friend of the bride and Mr. Orville Landgraf, a cousin of the groom.
The bride wore a dress of pale blue-messaline and carried white roses. The bridesmaid wore tan messaline and carried pink carnations.. After the ceremony, the bridal party were served a four course dinner at the home of Mr. & Mrs. Robert Ahrens. Mr. & Mrs. Yarmark left Thursday morning for an extended tour of Canada. They will reside in Milwaukee where Mr. Yarmark is employed by the CM & St. Paul Ry. They have the best wishes of the whole community for a long and prosperous life. [Dousman Index September 27, 1912]

More About Sarah Jemima Howell:
Burial: Valhalla Cem., Milwaukee, Milwaukee County, WI

Generation No. 3

4. Samuel Howells, born Bef. February 20, 1798 in Gwynfe, Carmarthenshire, S. Wales; died May 10, 1879 in Ottawa Tsp.,Waukesha County, WI. He was the son of 8. David Howel and 9. Margaret Thomas. He married 5. Anne Daniel June 06, 1818 in Llangadock, Carmarthenshire, Wales.
5. Anne Daniel, born Bef. January 23, 1801 in "Gwaryallt", Gwynfe, Carmarthenshire, S. Wales; died November 28, 1888 in Ottawa Tsp.,Waukesha County, WI @87. She was the daughter of 10. John Daniel and 11. Mary Thomas.

Notes for Samuel Howells:
1841 Census: "Bayliau", Hamlet of Trayanglas, Llywell Parish, Breconshire
Samuel Howells 40 Farmer
Anne 35
John 20
Thomas 15
Daniel 12
Edward 8
Mary 6
Margaret 4

April 27, 1852 Steam Ship "Jacobsland" Liverpool to New York
Ann Howells 57 [Widow] G.B.
Thos. 37 Laborer "
Edward 21 " "
Eliza 20 Spinster "
Mary 18 " "
Margaret 15 " "

1855 WI State Census: Waukesha Co. p. 3
Samuel Howells 3 males/2 females 5 foreign born

1860 Census: Ottawa Tsp., Waukesha Co., WI 1:383
Samuel Howells 63 Farmer Wales
Anna 63 "
Edward 28 Farm Laborer Wales
Thomas 35 "
Margaret 29 "
Margaret 6 WI
Daniel 3/12 WI

1870 Census: Ottawa Tsp., Waukesha Co., WI 1:496
Howell, Edward 36 Farmer Wales
Samuel 72 Retired farmer Wales
Ann 69 Keeping house "
Jonah 26 Farm laborer "
Elizabeth 24 Domestic servant "
Elizabeth 1 "

1880 Census: Ottawa Tsp., Waukesha Co., WI 1:67
Howells, Ann 79 Keeping house Wales

More About Samuel Howells:
Burial: Ottawa Cemetery, Ottawa Tsp.,Waukesha County, WI
Census: 1860, Ottawa Tsp., Waukesha Co., WI
Christened: February 20, 1798, Capel Isaac, Llandeilofawr, Carms.
Declar. of Intent.: November 01, 1852, Waukesha Co, WI
Emigration: September 1851, Port of New York
Naturalization: December 11, 1860, Waukesha Co., WI

Notes for Anne Daniel:
April 27, 1852 Steam Ship "Jacobsland", Liverpool to New York
Ann Howells 57 (Widow) G.B.
Thos. 37 Laborer "
Edward 21 " "
Eliza 20 Spinster "
Mary 18 " "
Margaret 15 " "

Jefferson Banner, December 13, 1888 At the residence of her daughter, Mrs. Thomas Williams, in Ottawa Tsp., Wednesday night, November 28th, Mrs. Ann Howell, a native of Wales departed this life, aged 87 years and 11 months. Mrs. Howell was an old settler of the Tsp. wherein she died, having resided there since 1851. She enjoyed an extensive acquaintance by whom she was highly respected.

More About Anne Daniel:
Burial: December 01, 1888, Ottawa Cemetery, Ottawa Tsp.,Waukesha County, WI
Census: 1880, Ottawa Tsp., Waukesha Co., WI

Children of Samuel Howells and Anne Daniel are:
i. David Howell, born Bef. November 15, 1818 in "Gwaryallt:, Gwynfe, Carmarthenshire, Wales; died 1883 in S. Wales @65; married Gwenllian Thomas Price May 19, 1864 in Llywel, Breconshire, Wales.

Notes for David Howell:
David Howells son of Samuel Howells married May 19, 1864 Gwenllian Price, widow, dau. of Thomas Thomas (Farmer)
Witness: Daniel Howells Marriage at Llywel Church

ii. John Howells, born August 14, 1820 in "Cwmgwenllan",Gwynfe, Carmarthenshire, S. Wales; died December 25, 1898 in Bangor, LaCrosse County, WI; married (1) Margaret Lewis February 16, 1846 in Gwynfe, Llangadock, Carmarthenshire, S. Wales; born May 12, 1821 in Gwynfe, Carmarthenshire, S. Wales; died September 25, 1870 in Foreston, Howard County, IA; married (2) Mary James Davis October 13, 1879 in Hamilton Tsp., LaCrosse Co., WI.

Notes for John Howells:
1860 Census: Ottawa Tsp., Waukesha Co., WI
John Howells 39 Farmer Wales
Margaret 37 "
Morgan 12 "
John 7 "
Samuel 4 "
Ann 1 WI

1870 Census: Forest City, Howard Co., IA p. 28 P.O. Lime Springs
John Howell 50 Farmer Wales
Margaret 49 Keeping house "
Morgan 22 At home "
John L. 15 " WI
Samuel 13 " "
Anne 11 " "
Edward 9 " "
Margaret 6 " "

1880 Census: Bangor Tsp., LaCrosse Co., WI p. 12
John Howells 59 Farmer Wales
Mary 47 "
Annie Davis 21 [dau] WI
Robie " 15 [son] "
Hannah " 11 [dau] "

John Howells Obit: It is sad to contemplate how very sudden our friend was taken away from us. He was in the church [Congregational] Thursday afternoon, December 22nd and was gone at midnight the following Saturday. He got up on Saturday morning as usual, and went out of the house, feeling just as well as he had felt for some time. About 9 a.m., he was taken sick with severe pain. During the day his suffering increased; the physician was sent for, who came as promptly as possible. Dr. Yates did his utmost to alleviate the pain, yet all was futile; no earthly power -- however competent and efficient otherwise, the medical aid rendered was -- could resist the advent of the grim destroyer, death. "There is no man that hath power over the spirit to retain the spirit", when, "the time of tje departure is at hand."
He breathed his last, as stated, midnight and we shall see him no more on earth.

John Howells was born at Cwm-gwen-llan, near Gwynfe, Carmarthenshire, South Wales, August 14, 1820. His parents were Samuel and Anne Howells. His father well-known as a Congregational preacher among the Welsh of our state. He was brought up on a farm, and followed the occupation of farming all his life. In 184[5] he married Margaret [Morgan], of the same place. They had eight children, two of whom died in infancy, the remaining six out-living their parents. In [1851] they came as a family to Milwaukee, where they resided for about one year. They went thence to Bark River, Waukesha County, WI, where they bought some land to make for themselves a home. In 1862 they came to Bangor, where they again secured a dwelling for themselves. In 1866 they left here and went to Foreston, near Lime Springs, Iowa. Their home there was near the Methodist church and was a convenient place to dwell in, in every respect. In 1870 Mrs. Howells died, and was buried in that neighborhood. Nine years afterward he came back to Bangor, and sometime after married Mrs. Mary Davies, who with her children lived on the place where he spent the remaining years of his earthly career. Both Mr. and Mrs. Howells were faithful members of the Congregational church, and as such he will be very much missed from our midst. We hope "his end was peace and that he now enjoys the blessedness of the future state."

His funeral took place Tuesday, the 27th and it was large and solemn. The service at the house was conducted by the pastor of the church and by the grave he was assisted by Revs. J.S. Wilson and J.J. Vaughan. His uncle, Howell Howells of Minneapolis, his brother, Edward Howells of Bark River; his sons, John, Morgan, Samuel and Edward of South Dakota, and nephew, Daniel Howells, of Bark River, were in attendance at the funeral in addition to the relatives who live in this vicinity. His daughters, Mrs. Cole, of Winnebago, IA, and Mrs. Calvert of Seattle , WA, were not able to attend the obsequies of their beloved father. The funeral sermon was delivered by the pastor Sunday Jan. 8th at 2 p.m. at the Congregational church, to a large and attentive audience. H.D.

More About John Howells:
Burial: December 27, 1898, Bangor Cemetery, Bangor, LaCrosse County, WI
Census: 1860, Ottawa Tsp., Waukesha Co., WI

More About Margaret Lewis:
Burial: Bangor Cemetery, Bangor, LaCrosse County, WI

iii. Thomas Howell, born November 07, 1822 in "Ysquborwern",Gwynfe, Carmarthenshire, S. Wales; died March 25, 1905 in Ottawa Tsp., Waukesha Co., WI @82; married Margaret Morgan July 22, 1859 in Ottawa Tsp., Waukesha Co., WI; born Abt. 1829 in Wales; died March 18, 1884 in Ottawa Tsp., Waukesha Co., WI @54.

Notes for Thomas Howell:
1870 Census: Ottawa Tsp., Waukesha Co., WI 1:510
Howell, Thomas 46 Farmer Wales
Margaret 41 Keeping house Wales
Margaret 15 WI
Daniel 10 "
Leticia 6 "
Samuel 4 "
Evan 1 "

More About Thomas Howell:
Burial: March 27, 1905, Ottawa Cemetery, Ottawa Tsp., Waukesha Co., WI
Census: 1870, Ottawa Tsp., Waukesha Co., WI
Christened: November 11, 1822, Jerusalem Indep. Chapel, Gwynfe

More About Margaret Morgan:
Burial: March 20, 1884, Ottawa Cemetery, Ottawa Tsp., Waukesha Co., WI

iv. Daniel Howells, born February 12, 1825 in "Ysquborwern", Gwynfe, Carmarthenshire, S. Wales; died May 05, 1882 in Bangor, LaCrosse Co., WI @58; married (1) Eleanor Evans July 05, 1847 in Llywel, Breconshire, S. Wales; born Abt. 1826 in Of Llywel, Breconshire, S. Wales; died March 18, 1864 in "Llwyumeurig",Llywel, Breconshire, S. Wales @38; married (2) Elizabeth Thomas Edwards 1870; born Abt. 1825; died in Wales.

Notes for Daniel Howells:
1851 Census: "Baelse"[Beiliegleision], Llywel, Breconshire
Daniel Howells 26 Farmer Llangadock
Elinor 24 Llywel
Elizabeth 3 "

Daniel Howells, son of Samuel Howells married May 7, 1847 Eleanor Evans, dau. of Evan Evans (Farmer) "Llwyumeurig"
Eleanor was buried 1864, aged 38. Also in the same grave were Anne, 6 weeks and Margaret, 1 week.
Daniel Howells remaried in 1870 Elizabeth Edwards, widow, day. of William Thomas, "Gellirhydd", Llanfair-ary-bryn

Daniel emigrated to the USA and Elizabeth returned to Wales after his death.

David A. Thomas is descended from this Daniel

1870 Census: Ottawa Tsp., Waukesha Co., WI 1:495
Howell, Daniel 44 Farm laborer Wales
Elizabeth 44 Keeping house "
Ann 15 Domestic serv. "
John 12 "

More About Daniel Howells:
Burial: May 06, 1882, Bangor Cemetery, Bamgor, LaCrosse Co., WI
Census: 1870, Ottawa Tsp., Waukesha Co., WI
Christened: February 27, 1825, Jerusalem Capel, Gwynfe, Carms.

More About Eleanor Evans:
Burial: Saron Indep. Capel, Cwmwysg, Breconshire, S. Wales

v. Samuel Howell, born July 19, 1827.
vi. Edward 1 HowelI, born January 15, 1830.
2 vii. Edward Howell, born June 10, 1831 in "Cwmgwenllan",Gwynfe, Carmarthenshire, Wales; died September 16, 1920 in Sullivan Tsp., Jefferson County, WI @89; married Elizabeth Felix November 25, 1874 in Genesee Tsp., Waukesha County, WI.
viii. Elizabeth Howell ?, born Abt. 1832.
ix. Mary Howell, born January 09, 1834 in "Cwmgwenllan",Gwynfe, Carmarthenshire, Wales; died August 20, 1879 in Bangor Tsp., LaCrosse County, WI; married David Jones March 04, 1854 in Waukesha, Waukesha County, WI; born 1824 in Wales; died August 18, 1875 in Bangor Tsp., LaCrosse County, WI.

More About Mary Howell:
Burial: Bangor Cemetery, Bangor, LaCrosse County, WI
Christened: January 19, 1834, Jerusalem Indep. Chapel, Gwynfe

Notes for David Jones:
1881 History of LaCrosse Co., WI David Jones (deceased), born in Wales about 1824; came to the United States when a young man; lived in Waukesha Co., this State, for a time, where he was married to Mary Howells, born in Wales. They came to LaCrosse Co. about 1854, and purchased the farm now occupied by his two sons, Edward H. amd Watkin. A part of this farm was Government land at the time he purchased it. He resided here till his death, which occurred Aug. 18, 1875. The mother died August 20, 1879. They had eight children, four of whom are living, viz. :Edward H. ; Margaret, now Mrs. John Thomas, resides at Youngstown, Ohio; Watkin, born on the homestead in 1857, and Mary Ann, now Mrs. Richard Evans. The homestead farm contains 230 acres, which is occupied by Edward H. and Watkin.

More About David Jones:
Burial: Bangor Cemetery, Bangor, LaCrosse County, WI
Census: 1870, Bangor Tsp., LaCrosse Co., WI

x. Margaret Howell, born June 07, 1836 in "Cwmgwenllan", Gwynfe, Carmarthenshire, Wales; died September 09, 1920 in Palmyra Tsp., Jefferson County, WI; married Thomas John Williams December 28, 1855 in Ottawa, Waukesha Co., Wisconsin; born December 21, 1826 in "Llwynmwym", Gwnnws, Cardiganshire, Wales; died December 23, 1904 in Ottawa Tsp.,Waukesha County, WI @78.

Notes for Margaret Howell:
Mrs. Thomas J. Williams obit: Margaret Howell Williams was born June 7, 1836 in Wales, G.B. When 15 years of age, she came to America with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Howell, and settled in Waukesha Co., WI. She was married to Thomas J. Williams, December 28, 1855 and located on a farm near Ottawa, Waukesha County, where they lived until Mr. Williams' death in 1904. To this union were born eight sons and three daughters, ten of whom are still living: John S. of Wales, WI; Thomas D., Appleton; Edward H., Judsonia, Ark.; David B., Winnett, MT; Morgan H., North Prairie; William W., Portland, OR; Mary A. Hooper, Palmyra; Elizabeth Jane Hooper, Escondido, CA; Margaret Ellen Coen, Chicago; Moses R., Alta., Canada. Stephen R. died at San Diego, CA, June 18, 1912.
After her husband's death Mrs. Williams made her home with her daughter, Mrs. W.A. Hooper, Palmyra.
Thursday morning, September 9, 1920. after a month's illness, she quietly passed to her rest, The funeral was held Saturday afternoon; Rev. John Hammand of Wales officiating. Mrs. Theodore Nuoffer and Mrs. Harley Williams sang most comforting hymns, with Miss Jane Williams accompanying.
Thus is briefly told the principal events in the life of Mrs. Williams, but we wish to add our tribute to this splendid mother, who has given to the world such a fine family, among them being Rev. T.D. Williams, but better known here as Rev. Dan Williams, superintendent of the Appleton district of the M.E. Church. Only twice before has the large family circle been broken and then not until she had seen them all reach maturity--a wonderful and unusual record. To meet her was always a pleasure and inspiration, and she rounded out a life so full and complete that her entering into rest, is as beautiful as her living. She will continue to live in the lives of her children, and her influence, always for good, will go on to eternity. [Palmyra Enterprise September 1920]

More About Margaret Howell:
Burial: September 11, 1920, Ottawa Cemetery, Ottawa Tsp.,Waukesha County, WI

More About Thomas John Williams:
Burial: December 27, 1904, Ottawa Cemetery, Ottawa Tsp.,Waukesha County, WI

xi. Anne Howell, born December 1838; died in @1 year.
xii. Samuel Howell II, born December 1838.

6. David Rees Felix, born March 15, 1816 in Ship Builders Row, Aberystwyth, Cardiganshire, Wales; died March 25, 1893 in Sullivan Tsp., Jefferson Co., WI @78. He was the son of 12. Rees Felix and 13. Elizabeth Daniel. He married 7. Anne Williams August 13, 1841 in Strata Florida, Cardiganshire, S. Wales.
7. Anne Williams, born Bef. February 12, 1819 in Chancery, Llanychaearn, Cardiganshire, S. Wales; died September 10, 1862 in "Tynycornel", Tregaron, Cardiganshire, S. Wales @45. She was the daughter of 14. Richard Williams and 15. Margaret Evans.

Notes for David Rees Felix:
September 25, 1871 S.S. "City of Brooklyn", Liverpool to New York #966
Steerage Passengers: David Felix 55 Laborer England #306
Richard 16 " " #307
David 11 Child " #308
Daniel 8 " " #309
1851 Census: Caron Parish, "Tynycornel"
David Felix 34 Laborer Llanbadarn
Anne 31 Llangwynfon
Margaret 9 Gwnnws
Rees 7 "
Elizabeth 3 Caron
Anne 7 mos. "

1861 Census: Caron Parish, "Tynycornel"
David Felix 44 Aberystwyth
Anne 41 Llangwryfon
Anne 10 Caron
Richard 7 "
David 4 "
Daniel 1 "

1861 Census: Caron Parish, "Brong Cappel"
Rees Felix 15 Farm Servant Caron
Elizabeth 13 " " "

Will dated April 2, 1886: To my granson, David Felix, son of my daughter Ann, wife of David T. Rees.
Inventory dated August 12, 1893: $493.50

1880 Census: Genesee Tsp., Waukesha Co., WI
Phelix, David 65 Farming Wales
( "Annie" 63 Wife House Keeping Wales)
Daniel 20 Son At home Wales
David 7 " " "
Dorth, Gussie 18 Servant Germany

David Felix Obit: In Bark River, WI on March 25, 1893 at the age of 78. He was born in Tanny Garner about a mile from Tregaron, Cardiganshire. He was the father of seven children, six of which came over to this country with him, and established themselves in Genesee, WI and there remained until the end of his life, except for the few weeks he stayed with Mr. Edward Howells, his son-in-law. Mrs. Rees [Ann], Mrs. Howells [Elizabeth], Mrs. Harris [Margaret], Richard, David and Daniel.
He was a hard worker and a very devoted father to all his children. He was not ill for many weeks before his death. He was not a member of any church but was well respected by church members and we sincerely believe he has been delivered by the blood which cleanses all sin. The Lord is a refuge to all His Children.
He was buried in Jerusalem cemetery on the 28th of March. The Rev. D.E. Phillips officiated in English and Welsh at the funeral.

More About David Rees Felix:
Burial: March 28, 1893, Jerusalem Cemetery, Wales, Waukesha Co., WI Lot 36
Christened: November 24, 1816, Aberystwyth, Cardiganshire, S. Wales
Emigration: September 25, 1871, Port of New York
Residence: 1841, "Tynycornel", Tregaron, Cards.
Will: April 02, 1886, Waukesha Co., WI

Notes for Anne Williams:
1841 Census: "Cefngaer Yoke", Caron Parish, Chapelry of Strata Florida
William Williams 30 Farmer Cardiganshire
Margaret 55 "
Margaret 30 "
Anne 20 Female Servant "
Morgan Jones 20 Male Servant "
Mary Mason 15 Lodger "

More About Anne Williams:
Burial: Bwlchgwynt Calvinistic Meth. Capel, Tregaron
Christened: February 12, 1819, Llanychaiarn, Cardiganshire, S. Wales

Children of David Felix and Anne Williams are:
i. Margaret Felix, born March 17, 1842 in "Gilfachyrhew",Gwnnws, Cardiganshire, S. Wales; died October 17, 1924 in Lake Crystal, Blue Earth Co., MN @82; married (1) William P. Evans; born 1835; died September 14, 1880 in Blue Earth Co., MN; married (2) Evan Evans in never married; married (3) William K. Williams April 23, 1873 in Genesee Tsp., Waukesha Co., WI; born Abt. 1851 in Wales; died Abt. 1875 in Blue Earth Co., MN; married (4) Daniel L. Harris March 10, 1882; born November 1832 in Wales.

Notes for Margaret Felix:
1870 Census: Genesee Tsp., Waukesha Co., WI 1:133
Jones, John A. 38 Farmer Wales
Felix, Margaret 25 Housekeeping Wales
Jones, Charlotte 12 WI
Margaret 10 "
Bertie[f] 8 "

William Williams & Margaret Felix 23 April 1873 Genesee 2:192 Rev. Hugh Roberts, Genesee Wit: John A. Jones & John Hopkins

1880 Census: Butternut Valley Tsp., Blue Earth Co., MN p. 413
Evans, William 46 Farmer Wales
Margaret 40 "
Mary 15 "
Annie 6 MN
Robert 4 "

1900 Census: Lake Crystal Village, Blue Earth Co., MN
Harris, Daniel L. Nov 1832 67 Landlord 1856
Margaret Mar 1842 57 [marr 35 yrs] 1869

1910 Census: Blue Earth St., Lake Crystal Village, Blue Earth Co., MN
Harris, Margaret 70 Wales 1869

1920 Census: Lake Crystal, Blue Earth Co., MN
Harris, Margaret 79 Wales Living alone 1869

More About Margaret Felix:
Burial: Cambria Cemetery, Blue Earth Co., MN
Christened: June 12, 1842, Gwnnws, Cardiganshire, S. Wales

Notes for William K. Williams:
1870 Census: Genese Tsp., Waukesha Co., WI [listed under William Rowland]
Williams, Wm. K. 19 WI Farm Laborer
Hugh 16 WI

ii. Rees Felix, born June 01, 1844 in "Gilfachyrhew" ,Gwnnws, Cardiganshire, S. Wales; died September 06, 1905 in 9 Martins Ter., Abercynon, Glams., S. Wales @62; married Anne Edwards November 09, 1866 in Strata Florida, Cardiganshire, S. Wales; born June 13, 1843 in Caron Parish, Cardiganshire, S. Wales; died October 19, 1935 in 16 Chapel St., Tonypandy, Glams, S. Wales @91.

Notes for Rees Felix:
1871 Census: Gwnnws Upper "Talwrn Bont"
Elizabeth Edwards Head wid. 58 Gwnnws
Anne Felix Dau. mar. 27 Caron
Rees " S/L 26 Gwnnws Miner
Elizabeth GD 3 "
David GS 1 mo. "

1881 Census: Gwnnws Upper "Talwrnbont"
Anne Felix 37 Head Colliers Wife Caron
Elizabeth 13 Scholar Gwnnws Upper
David 10 " "
Thomas 7 " "
Anne 4 " "
Rees 1 Colliers Son "

More About Rees Felix:
Burial: Llethrddu Cem., Trealaw, Glams., S. Wales
Christened: July 15, 1844, Gwnnws, Cardiganshire, S. Wales

More About Anne Edwards:
Burial: Llethrddu Cem., Trealaw, Glams., S. Wales

3 iii. Elizabeth Felix, born September 14, 1847 in "Tyncornel",Tregaron, Cardiganshire, Wales; died October 29, 1932 in Sullivan Tsp., Jefferson County, WI @86; married Edward Howell November 25, 1874 in Genesee Tsp., Waukesha County, WI.
iv. Ann Felix, born September 07, 1850 in "Tyncornel",Tregaron, Cardiganshire, S.. Wales; died February 22, 1929 in Genesee Tsp., Waukesha Co., WI @78; married (1) Unmarried; married (2) David Thomas Rees December 25, 1876 in Genesee Tsp., Waukesha Co., WI; born November 10, 1842 in Granville, Licking Co., OH; died October 28, 1924 in Genesee Tsp., Waukesha Co., WI.

Notes for Ann Felix:
1900 Census: Genesee Tsp., Waukesha Co., WI 124:5
Rees, David T. Apr 1844 56 OH Farmer
Ann Sep 1849 50 Wales 1874
Margaret Sep 1875 24 WI
John Sep 1877 22 " Farm laborer
Daniel Dec 1879 20 " " "
George I. Oct 1887 18 " At School

1905 WI State Census: Genesee Tsp., Waukesha Co. p. 102
Rees, David T. 63 OH Farmer
Ann 56 Wales
Margaret 36 WI
Irving 17 "

1910 Census: Genesee Tsp., Waukesha Co., WI
Rees, David T. 66 OH
Ann 60 Wales

1920 Census: Genesee Tsp., Waukesha Co., WI
Reese, David T. 77 OH
Ann 70 Wales

Ann Felix Rees [Dousman Index, March 1, 1929]
The funeral of Mrs. Ann Rees, wife of the late David Rees, took place from the late home on Monday afternoon. Services were at Jerusalem Church, Rev. O.O. Jones, a former pastor, and the Rev. J. Pugh Jones, officiating. Mrs. Rees died after a short illness of pneumonia, and in her death the community was thrown into gloom and sorrow. No better obituary could be given any person than this given to Mrs. Rees: "She was a grand old lady and will be missed by every one for a long time. This is true - She was of a kind and thoughtful nature, sympathetic of others, devoted to the service of the Master and the church that she had served for many years." Left to mourn are four sons, David Felix of Berkely, CA, John of Wales, Dan of Menasha, Ervin on the old home and five grand children. Great sympathy goes out to the family, especially Mr. John Rees who is very sick at this time. [Funeral on February 25, 1929]

More About Ann Felix:
Burial: February 25, 1929, Jerusalem Cemetery, Wales, WI Lot 50
Christened #1307: December 27, 1850, Tregaron, Cardiganshire, S. Wales

More About David Thomas Rees:
Burial: October 31, 1924, Jerusalem Cemetery, Wales, WI Lot 50

v. Richard Felix, born May 19, 1854 in "Tyncornel",Tregaron, Cardiganshire, S. Wales; died June 15, 1934 in Genesee Tsp., Waukesha Co., WI; married Margaret Jenkins July 03, 1877 in Summit Tsp., Waukesha Co., WI; born July 1857 in Ottawa Tsp., Waukesha Co., WI; died February 18, 1944 in Summit Tsp., Waukesha Co., WI.

Notes for Richard Felix:
1880 Census: Town of Genesee, Waukesha Co., WI p. 10
Phelix, Richard 27 Farmer
Margaret 23 Wife
Davie 2 Son

1900 Census: Miner Tsp., Miner Co., SD
Felix, Richard May 1854 46 Wales Farmer 1869
Margaret Jul 1857 42 WI
David H. Jun 1878 21 "
Ruth Apr 1881 19 "
Moses Apr 1881 19 "
Howell Mar 1885 15 SD
Levi Feb 1887 13 "

1905 WI State Census: Summit Tsp., Waukesha Co. p. 549
Felix, Richard 57 Wales Farmer
Margaret 47 WI
David H. 27 "
Moses M. 24 " Farm Lab.
Ruth 24 " " "
Howell H. 20 SD " "
Levi P. 18 SD " "

1910 Census: Summit Tsp., Waukesha Co., WI
Felix, Richard 57 Wales Farmer
Margaret 53 WI
Levi 23 SD Farmer
Ruth 29 WI Elevator & Stock, Grain
Howell 25 SD " " "

1920 Census: Summit Tsp., Waukesha Co., WI 191:2
Felix, Richard 67 Wales Farmer 1871
Margaret 62 WI
Moses 38 " Elevator
Ruth 38 "
Howell 33 SD Farmer
Levi 32 " "

More About Richard Felix:
Burial: June 19, 1934, Jerusalem Cemetery, Wales, WI Lot 239
Christened #1405: October 14, 1854, Tregaron, Cardiganshire, S. Wales

More About Margaret Jenkins:
Burial: Jerusalem Cemetery, Wales, WI Lot 239

vi. David Felix, born February 1858 in "Tyncornel",Tregaron, Cardiganshire, S. Wales; died October 06, 1919 in Wales, Genesee Tsp., Waukesha Co., WI @63; married Mary Rees April 05, 1882 in Genesee Tsp., Waukesha Co., WI (Presby.); born February 23, 1854 in Genesee Tsp., Waukesha Co., WI; died October 27, 1937 in Wales, Genesee Tsp., Waukesha Co., WI.

Notes for David Felix:
1900 Census: Genesee Tsp., Waukesha Co., WI
Felix, David May 1857 43 Wales
Mary Feb 1855 45 WI

1905 WI State Census: Genesee Tsp., Waukesha Co. p. 97
Felix, David 48 Wales Stock & Grain Buyer
Mary 50 WI

1910 Census: Genesee Tsp., Waukesha Co., WI
Felix, David 53 Wales Own income
Mary 55 WI

1880 Census: Genesee Tsp., Waukesha Co., WI
Phelix, David 23 Boarding w/Thos. M. Jones Wales

David Felix Dead, Fri., October 10, 1919 [Dousman Index]
Mr. David Felix, a prominent businessman of Wales, WI, for the past 27 years died at his home in that village at 3:15 Monday afternoon following a lingering illness.
Mr. Felix was born in South Wales, G.B. about 62 years ago and came to America with his parents when about twelve years of age. In April 1882, he was married to Miss Mary Rees who survives. He is also survived by the following brothers and sisters: Richard Felix, Summit; Daniel Felix, South Dakota; Mrs. Daniel Harris, Lake Crystal, MN; Mrs. Edward Howell, Ottawa and Mrs. David Rees, Genesee.
The funeral was held Thursday afternoon at two o'clock at Jerusalem Church, Wales, WI, which was very largely attended as Mr. Felix was well known throughout the county.

More About David Felix:
Burial: October 09, 1919, Jerusalem Cemetery, Wales, WI Lot 36
Christened #1519: June 17, 1858, Tregaron, Cardiganshire, S. Wales

More About Mary Rees:
Burial: Jerusalem Cemetery, Wales, WI Lot 36

vii. Daniel Felix, born February 09, 1860 in "Tyncornel",Tregaron, Cardiganshire, S. Wales; died February 26, 1932 in Carthage, Miner Co., SD; married (1) Mary Jenkins October 11, 1882 in Delafield, Waukesha Co.. WI (Episcopal); born Abt. 1861 in Ottawa Tsp., Waukesha Co., WI; died June 05, 1892 in Fedora, Miner Co., SD; married (2) Sarah Hester Martell July 22, 1894.

Notes for Daniel Felix:
1900 Census: Miner Tsp., Miner Co., SD
Felix, Daniel Mar 1861 39 Wales Farmer 1869
Hester Aug 1875 24 IA
Elizabeth A. Dec 1885 14 SD
Nellie M. Aug 1888 11 SD
Della H. Apr 1899 1/12 "

1910 Census: Miner Tsp., Miner Co., SD
Felix, Daniel 49 Wales Farmer
Hester 34 IA
Della 10 SD
Milton 7 "
Dorothy 4 "
Martha 10/12 SD
Mae N . 20 SD Music Teacher

1920 Census: Franklin St., Carthage, Miner Co., SD 160:4
Felix, Daniel 59 S Wales Farmer
Hester S. 44 IA
Della H. 19 SD
Milton D. 17 "
Dorothy M. 14 "
Martha L. 10 "


More About Daniel Felix:
Burial: February 29, 1932, Morgans Cemetery, Fedora, Miner Co., SD
Christened #1566: May 07, 1860, Tregaron, Cardiganshire, S. Wales

More About Mary Jenkins:
Burial: Morgans Cemetery, Fedora, Miner Co., SD

Generation No. 4

8. David Howel, born Bef. July 23, 1764 in Llanddeusant, Carmarthenshire, Wales; died Bef. March 02, 1839 in "Pwllaber",Llanddeusant, Carmarthenshire, Wales @77. He was the son of 16. Howel David and 17. Anne Walter. He married 9. Margaret Thomas March 02, 1793 in Llangadock, Carmarthenshire, Wales.
9. Margaret Thomas, born Bef. March 03, 1771 in Llangadog, Carmarthenshire, Wales; died Bef. August 19, 1805 in @35.

More About David Howel:
Burial: March 02, 1839, Gwynfe, Carmarthenshire, Wales

More About Margaret Thomas:
Burial: August 19, 1805, Gwynfe, Carmarthenshire, Wales

Children of David Howel and Margaret Thomas are:
4 i. Samuel Howells, born Bef. February 20, 1798 in Gwynfe, Carmarthenshire, S. Wales; died May 10, 1879 in Ottawa Tsp.,Waukesha County, WI; married Anne Daniel June 06, 1818 in Llangadock, Carmarthenshire, Wales.
ii. Ann Howells, born Bef. December 08, 1793 in Gwynfe, Carmarthenshire, S. Wales.

More About Ann Howells:
Christened: December 08, 1793, Capel Isaac, Llandeilofawr. Carms.

iii. Margaret Howells, born June 1795 in Gwynfe, Carmarthenshire, S. Wales; died Bef. March 29, 1801 in Gwynfe, Carmarthenshire, S. Wales @5.

More About Margaret Howells:
Burial: March 29, 1801, Gwynfe, Carmarthenshire, S. Wales

iv. Daniel Howells, born Bef. March 13, 1800 in Capel Isaac, Llandeilofawr, Carms., S. Wales; died May 01, 1883 in Llandingat, Llandovery, Carmarthenshire, S. Wales @80; married (1) Jane ? ? October 02, 1829 in Newchurch, S. Wales; born Abt. 1812 in Llanelli, Carmarthenshire, S. Wales; married (2) Eleanor Evans July 05, 1847 in Llywel, Breconshire, S. Wales; born Abt. 1826 in Of Llywel, Breconshire, S. Wales; died March 18, 1864 in "Llwyumeurig",Llywel, Breconshire, S. Wales @38.

Notes for Daniel Howells:
1881 Census: Llandingat, Carms.
Daniel Howells 81 Glazier Llangadock
Jane 69 Llanelli

More About Daniel Howells:
Burial: May 04, 1883, Llanfair-ary-Bryn Church, Llandovery

v. David Howells, born Bef. March 23, 1802 in Gwynfe, Carmarthenshire, S. Wales; died in Llanddeusant, Carmarthenshire, S. Wales; married (1) Margaret ? ?; born Abt. 1805 in Llanddeusant, Carmarthenshire, S. Wales; married (2) Anne Price October 18, 1833 in Gwynfe, Carmarthenshire, S. Wales; married (3) Hannah Howell March 04, 1834 in Gwynfe, Carmarthenshire, S. Wales; born Abt. 1805 in Llandybie, Carmarthenshire, S. Wales.

Notes for David Howells:
1861 Census: "Punehumfumas" sp.?, Llanddeusant, Carms.
David Howells 59 Ag Lab Llangadock
Hannah 57 Llandybie
Mary 20 Dressmaker Llanddeusant
Margaret Thomas 2 GD Llangadock

1841 Census: "Pontaber", Llanddeusant, Carms.
David Howells 35 Ag Lab
Hannah 35
Margaret 6
David 3
Mary 4 mos

1851 Census: "Abergwenllan" Llangadock, Carms.
David Howells 49 Ag Lab Llangadock
Hannah 46
Jonah 11
Mary 10
Lydia 2

1871 Census: "Penrhypynare", Parish Road, Llanddeusant
David Howells 69 Llangadock
Margaret 66 Llanddeusant

1881 Census: "Penrhyfynnau", Llanddeusant
Howells, David 79 General Lab. Llangadock
Margaret 76 Wife Llanddeusant

More About David Howells:
Census: 1851, "Abergwenllan", Gwynfe, Carms.
Christened: March 23, 1802, Capel Isaac, Llandeilofawr, Carms., S. Wales

vi. Margaret Howells, born Bef. October 13, 1803 in Gwynfe, Carmarthenshire, S. Wales; married Joseph Morgans May 23, 1823 in Gwynfe, Carmarthenshire, S. Wales.

More About Margaret Howells:
Christened: October 13, 1803, Capel Isaac, Llandeilofawr, Carms., S. Wales

More About Joseph Morgans:
Occupation: 1833, Taylor

10. John Daniel, born Bef. July 09, 1743 in Llandilofawr, Carmarthenshire, S. Wales; died Bef. May 14, 1810 in "Gwaryallt", Gwynfe, Carmarthenshire, S. Wales @70. He was the son of 20. Daniel Price. He married 11. Mary Thomas May 15, 1795 in Llangadock, Carmarthenshire, S. Wales.
11. Mary Thomas, born Bef. March 01, 1767 in Llangadock, Carmarthenshire, S. Wales; died Bef. February 22, 1848 in "Cwmgwenllan", Gwynfe, Carmarthenshire, S. Wales @82. She was the daughter of 22. Thomas William.

More About John Daniel:
Burial: May 14, 1810, Gwynfe, Carmarthenshire, S. Wales
Probate SD1810/139: 1810, To widow, Mary Daniel

More About Mary Thomas:
Burial: February 22, 1848, Gwynfe, Carmarthenshire, S. Wales

Children of John Daniel and Mary Thomas are:
5 i. Anne Daniel, born Bef. January 23, 1801 in "Gwaryallt", Gwynfe, Carmarthenshire, S. Wales; died November 28, 1888 in Ottawa Tsp.,Waukesha County, WI @87; married Samuel Howells June 06, 1818 in Llangadock, Carmarthenshire, Wales.
ii. Mary Daniel, born Bef. March 06, 1804 in "Gwaryallt", Gwynfe, Carmarthenshire, S. Wales; married Edward Lewis February 24, 1826 in Gwynfe, Carmarthenshire, S. Wales.
iii. Thomas Daniel, born Bef. March 30, 1808 in "Gwaryallt", Gwynfe, Carmarthenshire, S. Wales; married Gwenllian Griffiths December 18, 1929 in Gwynfe, Carmarthenshire, S.. Wales.

12. Rees Felix, born Bef. April 24, 1787 in Treflyn, Tregaron, Cardiganshire, S. Wales; died September 24, 1860 in "Bwlchyrhos", Tregaron, Cardiganshire, S. Wales @74. He was the son of 24. David Felix and 25. Jane Davies. He married 13. Elizabeth Daniel December 13, 1815 in Llanbadarnfawr, Cardiganshire, S. Wales.
13. Elizabeth Daniel, born 1787 in Nantcwnlle, Cardiganshire, S. Wales; died January 11, 1856 in "Tynswydd", Llangeitho, Cardiganshire, S. Wales @69. She was the daughter of 26. Daniel Jones and 27. Elizabeth ? ?.

Notes for Rees Felix:
Llanbadarn-Fawr, Cardiganshire, S. Wales
Rees Felix of the Parish of Caron, Bachelor and Elizabeth Daniel of this Parish, Spinster were married in this Church by Banns this 13th day of December 1815. In the presence of John Daniel & Daniel Jones

1841 Census: "Tyncornel", Caron-is-Clawdd, Cardiganshire
Felix, Rees 55 Lab
Elizabeth 50 wife
Elizabeth 12 dau
Elizabeth 55
1851 Census: "Bronllwenbach", Llangeitho p. 149
Rees Felix 63 Farmer of 11 A Caron
Elizabeth 61 Farmers wife Llanbadarnfawr
Richard [s] 31 Visitor & farmers son Caron
John [s] 25 " " "
Elizabeth [d] 21 one of the family "

More About Rees Felix:
Burial: Bwlchgwynt Calvinistic Meth. Capel, Tregaron
Census: 1841, "Tynycornel", Tregaron, Cardiganshire, S. Wales
Christened: April 24, 1787, Tregaron, Cardiganshire, S. Wales
Occupation: Labourer

More About Elizabeth Daniel:
Burial: Bwlchgwynt Calvinistic Meth. Capel, Tregaron

Children of Rees Felix and Elizabeth Daniel are:
6 i. David Rees Felix, born March 15, 1816 in Ship Builders Row, Aberystwyth, Cardiganshire, Wales; died March 25, 1893 in Sullivan Tsp., Jefferson Co., WI @78; married Anne Williams August 13, 1841 in Strata Florida, Cardiganshire, S. Wales.
ii. Richard Felix, born Bef. July 21, 1819 in "Tyn-y-cornel", Tregaron, Cardiganshire, S. Wales; died June 16, 1900 in "Doldre", Tregaron, Cardiganshire, S. Wales @80; married (1) Elizabeth Daniel; married (2) Mary ? ?; born Abt. 1828 in Tregaron, Cardiganshire, S. Wales; died June 06, 1882 in "Gwndwnmelyn", Tregaron, Cards., S. Wales @54.

Notes for Richard Felix:
Bwlchgwynt C.M. Chapel Records: Richard Felix, formerly of "Gwndwnmelyn", returned to Tregaron from Ystrad Rhondda Dec 1897 to live in "Doldre" where he died 16-6-1900, age 80.

1841 Census: "Maesyllyn", Caron uwch Clawdd, Cards.
Richard Felix 12 ML

1861 Census: "Gwndwnmelyn", Caron Parish
Richard Felix 40 Ag Lab, Farmer of 8A Caron
Mary 32 ?
Rees 4 Caron
Jane 3 "
David 1 "

1871 Census: "Gwndwnmelyn", Caron Parish
Richard Felix 50 Laborer Tregaron
Mary 42 "
Rees 14 "
John 10 "
Mary 2 "

1881 Census: Caron Ys Clawdd, Cardiganshire
Richard Felix 61 Farmer of 16+ A Tregaron
Mary 52 "
Jane [d] 23 "
Mary [d] 12 "

1891 Census: 100 Pontrhondda Terrace, Tregaron, Cards.
Jane Felix Head sgl 32 Caron Is Clawdd Housekeeper Welsh
Mary Sister sgl 23 " Dressmaker Deaf & Dumb
Richard Father wid 71 " Stocking vendor Welsh

More About Richard Felix:
Burial: Bwlchgwynt Cemetery, Tregaron, Cardiganshire, Wales
Occupation: Farmer

Notes for Mary ? ?:
Bwlchgwynt C.M. Chapel Records: Mary Felix of "Gwndwnmelyn", on trial at Bwlchgwynt Jan 1881. She died 6-6-1882, age 54.

More About Mary ? ?:
Burial: Bwlchgwynt Cemetery, Tregaron, Cardiganshire, Wales

iii. Rees Felix, born November 01, 1821 in "Tynycornel", Tregaron, Cardiganshire, S. Wales; died March 02, 1909 in "Derlwyn", Tregaron, Cardiganshire, S. Wales @87; married Elizabeth Morgans June 22, 1859 in Bwlchgwynt Calvinistic Meth. Chapel, Tregaron; born September 09, 1833 in Llanbadarnfawr, Cardiganshire, S. Wales; died February 14, 1922 in "Ffosheulog", Tregaron, Cardiganshire, S. Wales @87.

Notes for Rees Felix:
1861 Census: "Ffosheulog", Caron Parish
Rees Felix 37 Laborer Caron
Elizabeth 37 "
John 11 mos. "

1871 Census: "Ffosheulog", Caron Parish
Rees Felix 46 Ag Lab Caron
Elizabeth 36 "
John 10 "
Rees 7 "
David 4 "
Morgan 8 mos. "

1881 Census: "Ffosheulog", Caron Ys Clawdd, Carms.
Rees Felix 54 Caron Ys Clawdd Laborer
Elizabeth 46 "
David 14 " Scholar
Morgan 10 " "
Daniel 7 " "
Jane 7 " "

Bwlchgwynt C.M. Chapel Records: To Tregaron from Swddffynon Dec 1848 as a servant at "Maesllyn". Away for a year Nov 1857 to Oct 1858, returning to "Ffosheulog". In 1889 he was at "Derlwyn", where he died in 1909, age 87.

Will: Rees Felix of "Derlwyn", Caron, Cards. died 2/3/1909. Probate: London 18/3/1909 to John Morgan Felix [Farmer]. Personal effects 330 pounds, 15 shillings.

More About Rees Felix:
Burial: March 06, 1909, Bwlchgwynt Calvinistic Meth. Capel, Tregaron
Christened: December 15, 1821, Tregaron, Cardiganshire, S. Wales
Probate: March 18, 1909, London
Residence: 1859, "Ffosheulog", Tregaron, Cards.

More About Elizabeth Morgans:
Burial: February 20, 1922, Bwlchgwynt Cemetery, Tregaron, Cardiganshire, Wales

iv. Daniel Felix, born 1823 in "Tynycornel", Tregaron, Cardiganshire, S. Wales; died February 19, 1846 in "Croenllwrnfach", Llangeitho, Cardiganshire, S. Wales.

More About Daniel Felix:
Burial: Bwlchgwynt Calvinistic Meth. Capel, Tregaron

v. John Felix, born Bef. March 03, 1826 in "Tynycornel", Tregaron, Cardiganshire, S. Wales; died February 06, 1915 in Lake Crystal, Blue Earth Co., MN; married Mary Lewis December 17, 1852 in Nancwnlle, Cardiganshire, S. Wales; born Bef. March 11, 1825 in Nancwnlle, Cardiganshire, S. Wales; died December 14, 1893 in Genesee Tsp., Waukesha Co., WI @69th yr..

Notes for John Felix:
1841 Census: "Moelpriske", Caron-Uwch-Clawdd, Cardiganshire
John Felix 15 Male servant Cardiganshire

1881 Census: Llangeitho, Cardiganshire
John Felix 54 Farmer of 12+ A Caron Ys Clawdd
Mary 56 Farmers wife Nantcwnlle
John 23 Agricultural Blaenpennal

1861 Census: "Tynywydd", Llangeitho, Cards.
Joh Felix 34 Ag Lab Tregaron
Mary 30 Nancwnlle
John 3 Blarnpenal
Rees 2 Mos. Llangeitho

1871 Census: "Tynywydd", Llangeitho, Cards.
Joh Felix 46 Farmer Caron
Mary 46
John 13 Blaenpenal
Rees 10 "

Obit: The remains of Mr. John Felix arrived at Wales in care of a nephew from Lake Crystal, MN Tuesday morning and the funeral took place at 1:30 from the home of Mr. & Mrs. David Felix. Services were held at the New Church and the remains laid to rest in Jerusalem Cemetery beside his wife who preceded him by twenty-one years. Rev. Matthew officiated.
Messrs. Edward Howell Sr. and Jr. of Bark River attended the funeral of Mr. John Felix Tuesday. [Dousman Index, Feb. 12, 1915]

More About John Felix:
Burial: February 09, 1915, Jerusalem Cemetery, Wales, Waukesha Co., WI
Census: 1841, "Moelpriske", Caron-Uwch-Clawdd
To USA: 1887

Notes for Mary Lewis:
December 14, 1893 Mrs. John Felix departed this life after a short illness in the 69th year of her age. She was buried December 16th. Rev. Mr. Roberts of Minn. officiating. Her son had just reached home from the west. [Waukesha Freeman]

More About Mary Lewis:
Burial: December 16, 1893, Jerusalem Cemetery, Wales, Waukesha Co., WI

vi. Elizabeth Felix, born Bef. August 13, 1828 in "Tynycornel", Tregaron, Cardiganshire, S. Wales.

Notes for Elizabeth Felix:
1861 Census: ? Cottage", Caron Parish
Elizabeth Felix 30 Head unmar, Caron
Thomas Hughes 27 Husb. Blacksmith
Catherine " 34 Wife

More About Elizabeth Felix:
Census: 1861, Unmarried
Christened #621: August 13, 1828, Caron Parish, Tregaron

vii. Morgan Felix, born Bef. June 14, 1831 in "Tynycornel", Tregaron, Cardiganshire, S. Wales; died February 25, 1910 in "Rhywdywyll", Tregaron, Cardiganshire, S. Wales @79; married Martha Davies Jones 1874 in Llanbadarn-Odwyn, Cardiganshire, S. Wales; born 1827 in Llanbadarn-Odwyn, Cardiganshire, S. Wales; died October 10, 1882 in "Rhywdywyll", Tregaron, Cardiganshire, S. Wales @54.

Notes for Morgan Felix:
1881 Census: Caron Ys Clawdd, Cardiganshire
Morgan Felix 49 Farmer of 36+ A Caron
Martha 49 Llanbadarn Odwyn

1871 Census: "Dildre", Caron Ys Clawdd, Carms.
Morgan Felix unmar. 38 Farmer's Servant Caron

1891 Census: "Caeganu", Caron, Cards.
Morgan Felix 59 Farmer Tregaron
Martha 62 Llangeitho

Bwlchgwynt C.M. Chapel Records: Morgan Felix, a "listener" at Bwlchgwynt 1872-1884, whilst a servant at "Dildre", and 1874-1885 at "Lletyfeurig", becoming a full member Sep 1884, then at "Ffosheulog" before leaving for Pentre Ystrad Rhondda. Here the records are not clear, for he is recorded as a listener whilst at "Caegarw" 1885-1890. In 1905 he was at "Y Fleinog", and at "Rhywdywyll" at his death 25-2-1910 age 79.

More About Morgan Felix:
Burial: Bwlchgwynt Calvinistic Meth. Capel, Tregaron
Christened #722: June 14, 1831, Caron Parish, Tregaron
Residence: 1874, "Dildre", Tregaron, Cardiganshire

Notes for Martha Davies Jones:
Bwlchgwynt C.M. Chapel Records: Martha Felix (1827-1882) at "Lletyfeueig" 1874-1884, a full member Bwlchgwynt Mar 1874. She, like Morgan, was at "Rhywdywyll" when she died 10-10-1882 age 54.

More About Martha Davies Jones:
Burial: Bwlchgwynt Cemetery, Tegaron, Cardiganshire, Wales

14. Richard Williams, born Abt. 1763 in Llanychaiarn, Cardiganshire, S. Wales. He was the son of 28. Richard Williams and 29. Mary ? ?. He married 15. Margaret Evans March 27, 1811 in Llanbadarnfawr, Cardiganshire, S. Wales.
15. Margaret Evans, born Bef. March 26, 1786 in "Maesglas", Tregaron, Cardiganshire, S. Wales; died November 04, 1853 in "Cilfachyrhew", Gwnnws, Cardiganshire, S. Wales @73.. She was the daughter of 30. Richard Evans.

Notes for Richard Williams:
Probate record: SD 1853/358 Margaret Williams, Gwnnws, "Gilfachyrhew", Cards. Widow died November 4, 1853
dau: Mary
gd: Margaret, dau. of late son William
gs: Evan William Williams
dau: Anne, the wife of David Felix
gd: Eliza Williams
gd: Margaret Felix

Parish of Llanbadarn Fawr for 1811: 104:310 Richard Williams of this parish bachelor, and Margaret Evans of this parish spinster, were married in this church by banns this twenty seventh day of March in the year one thousand eight hundred and eleven by me Dd Griffith Curate. This marriage was solemnized between us Richard Williams (signature) Margaret Evans (by mark) in the presence of Jenkin Jenkins, John David.

Notes for Margaret Evans:
1851 Census: "Cilfachyrhew", Cards., S. Wales
Margaret Williams 60 Widow, Independent Means Lledrod
Mary " 38 Daughter, Visitor "

More About Margaret Evans:
Census: 1841, "Cefn-gaer", Gwnnws, Cards.
Christened: March 26, 1786, Tregaron Parish Church

Children of Richard Williams and Margaret Evans are:
7 i. Anne Williams, born Bef. February 12, 1819 in Chancery, Llanychaearn, Cardiganshire, S. Wales; died September 10, 1862 in "Tynycornel", Tregaron, Cardiganshire, S. Wales @45; married David Rees Felix August 13, 1841 in Strata Florida, Cardiganshire, S. Wales.
ii. William Williams, born Bef. September 02, 1811 in Aberystwyth, Llanbadarnfawr, Cards., S. Wales; died Bef. January 21, 1813 in Aberystwyth, Llanbadarnfawr, Cards., S. Wales.

More About William Williams:
Burial: January 21, 1813, Aberystwyth, Llanbadarnfawr, Cards., S. Wales
Christened: September 03, 1811, Seion Indep. Capel, Aberystwyth

iii. William Williams, born Bef. January 21, 1813 in "North Gate", Aberystwyth, Cards., S. Wales; died April 1851; married (1) Mary Mason August 24, 1833 in Tregaron, Cardiganshire, S. Wales; married (2) Jane Hughes September 09, 1837 in Strata Florida, Cardiganshire, S. Wales; born Abt. 1801 in Llar.

Notes for William Williams:
August 24, 1833, Caron Parish, Tregaron, Cards., S. Wales: William Williams, Gwnnws, Bachelor & Mary Mason of this Parish . Wit: David Owens & John Jones

September 9, 1837, Caron Parish, Tregaron, Cards., S. Wales: William Williams, 28 and Jane Hughes 37, both widowed, son of Richard Williams and daughter of Evan Hughes. Wit: Walter Rees and John Hughes Evans

More About William Williams:
Burial: April 1851, Strata Florida, Cardiganshire, S. Wales
Christened: January 21, 1813, Seion Indep. Capel, Aberystwyth

iv. Richard Williams, born Bef. October 27, 1815 in Aberystwyth, Llanbadarnfawr, Cards., S. Wales.

More About Richard Williams:
Christened: October 27, 1815, Seion Indep. Capel, Aberystwyth

v. Mary Williams, born Bef. February 18, 1816 in Aberystwyth, Llanbadarnfawr, Cards., S. Wales.

Notes for Mary Williams:
1841 Census: "Esgair Ddu", Gwnnws, Carms., S. Wales
David Williams 15 Shepherd Cardiganshire
Mary 25 "
Elizabeth 6 "

1851 Census: "Cilfachyrhew" , Gwnnws, Carms., S. Wales
Margaret Williams 60 Widow, Independent Means Lledrod
Mary " 38 Dau., Visitor "

More About Mary Williams:
Census: 1851, "Cilfachyrhew", Gwnnws, Cardiganshire, S. Wales
Christened: February 18, 1816, Seion Indep. Capel, Aberystwyth

vi. Evan Williams, born Bef. March 07, 1819 in Aberystwyth, Llanbadarnfawr, Cards., S. Wales; died Abt. December 1837.

More About Evan Williams:
Christened: March 07, 1819, Seion Indep. Capel, Aberystwyth

vii. David Williams, born Bef. January 21, 1823 in Chancery, Llanychaearn, Cards, S. Wales; died Bef. October 06, 1843 in "Cefn-gaer", Gwnnws, Cardiganshire, S. Wales @20.

Notes for David Williams:
1841 Census: "Esgair Ddu", Gwnnws, Cards., S. Wales
David Williams 15 Shepherd Cardiganshire
Mary 25 "
Elizabeth 6 "

More About David Williams:
Burial: October 06, 1843, Strata Florida, Cardiganshire, S. Wales
Census: 1841, "Esgair Ddu", Gwnnws, Cards.
Christened: January 21, 1823, Llanychaiarn, Cardiganshire, S. Wales

viii. Margaret Williams, born Bef. November 27, 1825 in "Twypick Gate", Aberystwyth, Llanbadarnfawr, Cards.

More About Margaret Williams:
Christened: November 27, 1825, Seion Indep. Capel, Aberystwyth

Generation No. 5

16. Howel David, born Bef. April 13, 1740 in Llandilofawr, Carmarthenshire, S. Wales. He was the son of 32. David Edwards and 33. Elizabeth ? ?. He married 17. Anne Walter 1762 in Llanddeusant, Carmarthenshire, S. Wales.
17. Anne Walter, born Bef. December 21, 1742 in Llandilofawr, Carmarthenshire, S. Wales; died Bef. February 09, 1792 in Llangadock, Carmarthenshire, S. Wales. She was the daughter of 34. Walter William and 35. Jane ? ?.

More About Anne Walter:
Burial: February 09, 1792, Llangadock, Carmarthenshire, S. Wales

Children of Howel David and Anne Walter are:
8 i. David Howel, born Bef. July 23, 1764 in Llanddeusant, Carmarthenshire, Wales; died Bef. March 02, 1839 in "Pwllaber",Llanddeusant, Carmarthenshire, Wales @77; married (1) Margaret Thomas March 02, 1793 in Llangadock, Carmarthenshire, Wales; married (2) Elizabeth Thomas November 14, 1806.
ii. Margaret Howel, born Bef. May 03, 1762 in Llanddeusant, Carmarthenshire, S. Wales.
iii. Rees Howel, born Bef. November 30, 1768 in Llanddeusant, Carmarthenshire, S.. Wales; died Bef. March 24, 1819 in "Nantyrhiddill", Gwynfe, Carms., S. Wales @51; married Mary David November 14, 1789 in Llanfairarybryn, Carmarthenshire, S. Wales.

More About Rees Howel:
Burial: March 24, 1819, Gwynfe, Carmarthenshire, S. Wales

iv. Mary Howel, born Bef. February 21, 1771 in Llanddeusant, Carmarthenshire, S. Wales.

20. Daniel Price

Child of Daniel Price is:
10 i. John Daniel, born Bef. July 09, 1743 in Llandilofawr, Carmarthenshire, S. Wales; died Bef. May 14, 1810 in "Gwaryallt", Gwynfe, Carmarthenshire, S. Wales @70; married (1) Elizabeth ? ?; married (2) Mary Thomas May 15, 1795 in Llangadock, Carmarthenshire, S. Wales.

22. Thomas William

Child of Thomas William is:
11 i. Mary Thomas, born Bef. March 01, 1767 in Llangadock, Carmarthenshire, S. Wales; died Bef. February 22, 1848 in "Cwmgwenllan", Gwynfe, Carmarthenshire, S. Wales @82; married John Daniel May 15, 1795 in Llangadock, Carmarthenshire, S. Wales.

24. David Felix, born Abt. 1765; died Bef. February 13, 1801 in "Tynllyn", Treflyn, Caron, Cards., S. Wales. He was the son of 48. Rees Felix and 49. Mary Jones. He married 25. Jane Davies December 02, 1786 in Tregaron, Cardiganshire, S. Wales.
25. Jane Davies, born Bef. January 05, 1763 in Blaen Ayron, Tregaron, Cards. S. Wales; died 1845 in Tregaron, Cardiganshire, S. Wales. She was the daughter of 50. Edward David/ Davies.

More About David Felix:
Burial: February 13, 1801, Caron Parish, Cardiganshire, S. Wales

Children of David Felix and Jane Davies are:
i. Elizabeth Felix, born Abt. 1786; died in "Tynycornel" in 1841 Census.
ii. David Felix, born Bef. April 24, 1787 in Treflyn, Tregaron, Cardiganshire, S.. Wales; died Bef. May 18, 1801 in "Tynllyn", Treflyn, Tregaron, Cardiganshire, S. Wales.

More About David Felix:
Burial: May 18, 1801, Tregaron, Cardiganshire, S. Wales
Christened: April 24, 1787, Tregaron, Cardiganshire, S. Wales

12 iii. Rees Felix, born Bef. April 24, 1787 in Treflyn, Tregaron, Cardiganshire, S. Wales; died September 24, 1860 in "Bwlchyrhos", Tregaron, Cardiganshire, S. Wales @74; married Elizabeth Daniel December 13, 1815 in Llanbadarnfawr, Cardiganshire, S. Wales.
iv. John Felix, born Bef. December 22, 1790 in Treflyn, Tregaron, Cardiganshire, S. Wales; died Bef. December 22, 1882 in "Ochrygareg", Tregaron, Cards., S. Wales @92; married Jane Jones April 18, 1823 in Tregaron, Cardiganshire, S. Wales; born Bef. September 10, 1794 in Llandewibrefi, Cardiganshire, S. Wales; died July 03, 1863 in "Ochrygareg", Tregaron, Cards., S. Wales @69..

Notes for John Felix:
1841 Census: "Coedbach", Caron uwch Clawdd
John Felix 70 Mason
Jane 40
Mary 10
Rees 5
Mary Jones 4

More About John Felix:
Burial: December 22, 1882, Caron Parish Cemetery, Tregaron, Cards., S.. Wales
Burial #948: December 22, 1882, Caron Parish Cemetery, Tregaron, Cards., S. Wales
Christened: December 22, 1790, Tregaron, Cardiganshire, S. Wales

More About Jane Jones:
Burial: July 06, 1863, Caron Parish Cemetery, Tregaron, Cards., S. Wales

v. Sarah Felix, born Abt. 1798; married David Evans April 02, 1824 in Tregaron, Cardiganshire, S. Wales.

Notes for Sarah Felix:
Of "Tynycornel" when married in 1824

1841 Census: "Garn", Tregaron, Cards.
David Evans 40 Farmer
Sarah 40
Anne 6

vi. Mary Felix, born August 1799 in "Tynllyn", Treflyn, Tregaron, Cardiganshire, S. Wales; married (1) John Steadman; married (2) John Morgan June 02, 1826 in Tregaron, Cardiganshire, S. Wales.

26. Daniel Jones, born Abt. 1746; died Bef. January 21, 1830 in Chancery, Llanychaearn, Cardiganshire, S. Wales @84. He married 27. Elizabeth ? ? Abt. 1782.
27. Elizabeth ? ?, born Abt. 1749; died Bef. June 05, 1823 in Chancery, Llanychaearn, Cardiganshire, S. Wales @74.

More About Daniel Jones:
Burial: January 21, 1830, Llanbadarn-Fawr, Cardiganshire, S. Wales

More About Elizabeth ? ?:
Burial: June 05, 1823, Llanbadarn-Fawr, Cardiganshire, S. Wales

Children of Daniel Jones and Elizabeth ? are:
i. David Daniel, born Bef. February 26, 1784 in Nantcwnlle, Cardiganshire, S. Wales.
ii. Stephen Daniel, born Bef. September 18, 1785 in Nantcwnlle, Cardiganshire, S.. Wales.
13 iii. Elizabeth Daniel, born 1787 in Nantcwnlle, Cardiganshire, S. Wales; died January 11, 1856 in "Tynswydd", Llangeitho, Cardiganshire, S. Wales @69; married Rees Felix December 13, 1815 in Llanbadarnfawr, Cardiganshire, S. Wales.
iv. Anne Daniel, born Bef. March 01, 1789 in Nantcwnlle, Cardiganshire, S. Wales..
v. Elinor Daniel, born Bef. October 05, 1793 in Nantcwnlle, Cardiganshire, S. Wales.
vi. Thomas Daniel, born Bef. April 12, 1795 in Nantcwnlle, Cardiganshire, S. Wales.

28. Richard Williams, died 1822 in Llanychaiarn, Cardiganshire, S. Wales. He married 29. Mary ? ? Abt. 1763 in Llanychaiarn, Cardiganshire, S. Wales.
29. Mary ? ?, died Bef. 1822.

Notes for Richard Williams:
Will SD 1822/155: Richard Williams, Llanychaiarn, "Tanyrallt", Cards.. Husbandman, widower

More About Richard Williams:
Will SD 1822/155: July 13, 1822, Llanychaiarn, Cardiganshire, S. Wales

Children of Richard Williams and Mary ? are:
14 i. Richard Williams, born Abt. 1763 in Llanychaiarn, Cardiganshire, S. Wales; married Margaret Evans March 27, 1811 in Llanbadarnfawr, Cardiganshire, S. Wales.
ii. William Williams, born Bef. April 15, 1772 in Gwnnws, Cardiganshire, S. Wales.

More About William Williams:
Christened: April 15, 1772, Gwnnws, Cardiganshire, S. Wales
Will SD 1822/155: 1822, Llanychaiarn, Cardiganshire, S. Wales

iii. Anna Maria Williams, born Abt. 1783 in Llanychaiarn, Cardiganshire, S. Wales; died Bef. August 10, 1876 in Aberystwyth, Cardiganshire, S. Wales @75; married John Williams Abt. 1823; born Abt. 1767; died Bef. January 22, 1830 in "Aberbrynen", Llanychaiarn, Cards., S. Wales @63.

More About Anna Maria Williams:
Burial: August 10, 1876, Llanychaiarn, Cardiganshire, S. Wales

More About John Williams:
Burial: January 22, 1830, Llanychaiarn, Cardiganshire, S. Wales

30. Richard Evans, born Bef. November 11, 1752 in Tregaron, Cardiganshire, S. Wales. He was the son of 60. Richard Evans and 61. Margaret Meridith.

Children of Richard Evans are:
i. Benjamin Evans, born Bef. April 20, 1780 in Tregaron, Cardiganshire, S. Wales; married (1) Lettice Lloyd; married (2) Elizabeth ? ?.

More About Benjamin Evans:
Christened: April 20, 1780, Tregaron Parish Church
Occupation: 1815, Shepherd

ii. Mary Evans, born Bef. June 27, 1782 in Caron-ys-Clawdd, Cardiganshire, S. Wales.
iii. Rachel Evans, born Bef. February 08, 1785 in "Pantysheriff", Caron-ys-Clawdd, Cardiganshire, S. Wales.
15 iv. Margaret Evans, born Bef. March 26, 1786 in "Maesglas", Tregaron, Cardiganshire, S. Wales; died November 04, 1853 in "Cilfachyrhew", Gwnnws, Cardiganshire, S. Wales @73; married Richard Williams March 27, 1811 in Llanbadarnfawr, Cardiganshire, S. Wales.
v. Moses Evans, born Bef. July 04, 1788 in "Pantsheriff", Tregaron, Cardiganshire, S. Wales; died Bef. January 01, 1825 in "Ochrfelen", Tregaron, Cardiganshire, S. Wales @36; married Mary ? ?.

More About Moses Evans:
Burial: January 01, 1825, Tregaron, Cardiganshire, S. Wales
Occupation: 1816, Mountain Farmer

vi. Elizabeth Evans, born Bef. May 05, 1789 in "Maesglas", Caron-ys-Clawdd, Cardiganshire, S. Wales.
vii. Jane Evans, born Bef. June 03, 1792 in "Maesglas", Caron-ys-Clawdd, Cardiganshire, S. Wales.

Generation No. 6

32. David Edwards, died in Llandilofawr, Carmarthenshire, S. Wales. He married 33. Elizabeth ? ?.
33. Elizabeth ? ?

Children of David Edwards and Elizabeth ? are:
16 i. Howel David, born Bef. April 13, 1740 in Llandilofawr, Carmarthenshire, S. Wales; married Anne Walter 1762 in Llanddeusant, Carmarthenshire, S. Wales.
ii. Elizabeth David, born Bef. September 01, 1743 in Llandilofawr, Carmarthenshire, S. Wales.
iii. John David, born Bef. June 28, 1746 in "Llandilovilla", Llandilofawr, Carms, S. Wales.

34. Walter William, born Abt. 1726 in Llandilofawr, Carmarthenshire, S. Wales. He married 35. Jane ? ?.
35. Jane ? ?

Child of Walter William and Jane ? is:
17 i. Anne Walter, born Bef. December 21, 1742 in Llandilofawr, Carmarthenshire, S. Wales; died Bef. February 09, 1792 in Llangadock, Carmarthenshire, S. Wales; married Howel David 1762 in Llanddeusant, Carmarthenshire, S. Wales.

48. Rees Felix, born 1744 in Llanbadarnfawr, Cardiganshire, S. Wales; died Abt. 1771. He married 49. Mary Jones December 29, 1758 in Tregaron, Cardiganshire, S. Wales.
49. Mary Jones, born Abt. 1736 in Tregaron, Cardiganshire, S. Wales. She was the daughter of 98. Rees John.

Notes for Rees Felix:
Will: LDS film #105249, p. 173

More About Rees Felix:
Freeholder: 1760, "Tynant", Strata Florida, Cards.
Probated: 1771
Will: April 05, 1762

Child of Rees Felix and Mary Jones is:
24 i. David Felix, born Abt. 1765; died Bef. February 13, 1801 in "Tynllyn", Treflyn, Caron, Cards., S. Wales; married Jane Davies December 02, 1786 in Tregaron, Cardiganshire, S. Wales.

50. Edward David/ Davies

Child of Edward David/ Davies is:
25 i. Jane Davies, born Bef. January 05, 1763 in Blaen Ayron, Tregaron, Cards. S. Wales; died 1845 in Tregaron, Cardiganshire, S. Wales; married David Felix December 02, 1786 in Tregaron, Cardiganshire, S. Wales.

60. Richard Evans, born in Of Tregaron, Cardiganshire, S. Wales. He married 61. Margaret Meridith November 08, 1751 in Tregaron, Cardiganshire, S. Wales.
61. Margaret Meridith, born in Of Tregaron, Cardiganshire, S. Wales.

Children of Richard Evans and Margaret Meridith are:
30 i. Richard Evans, born Bef. November 11, 1752 in Tregaron, Cardiganshire, S. Wales.
ii. Jane Evans, born Bef. December 04, 1754 in Tregaron, Cardiganshire, S. Wales..
iii. John Evans, born Bef. April 02, 1757 in Tregaron, Cardiganshire, S. Wales.
iv. David Evans, born Bef. October 09, 1758 in Tregaron, Cardiganshire, S. Wales..
v. Thomas Evans, born Bef. April 24, 1761 in Tregaron, Cardiganshire, S. Wales.
vi. Elenor Evans, born Bef. February 05, 1763 in Tregaron, Cardiganshire, S. Wales.

Generation No. 7

98. Rees John, born Abt. 1696 in Tregaron, Cardiganshire, S. Wales. He was the son of 196. John Oliver.

Children of Rees John are:
i. Thomas Jones, born in Tregaron, Cardiganshire, S. Wales.
ii. Jenkin Jones, born Abt. 1732 in Tregaron, Cardiganshire, S. Wales.
iii. Baby Jones, born Abt. 1734 in Tregaron, Cardiganshire, S. Wales.
49 iv. Mary Jones, born Abt. 1736 in Tregaron, Cardiganshire, S. Wales; married Rees Felix December 29, 1758 in Tregaron, Cardiganshire, S. Wales.

Generation No. 8

196. John Oliver, born in Tregaron, Cardiganshire, S. Wales.

Children of John Oliver are:
98 i. Rees John, born Abt. 1696 in Tregaron, Cardiganshire, S. Wales.
ii. Jane John, born Abt. 1698 in Tregaron, Cardiganshire, S. Wales.


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