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Read about historical events at the time they were happening. Perhaps you'll discover your ancestor in their local newspaper?
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Trying to find Mason
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|Karen||Report||24 Mar 2004 21:26|
I am looking for any connections with Amelia Eliza Mason m Frederick Charles Yelland, in 1900. They lived in Swansea, Wales according to the 1901 Census. Amelia's father was Christopher William Mason m Sarah Ann Gwatkin. She had two brothers (1881 Census) Arthur C1874 Thomas William C1880. Uncle Thomas (bp1854) m Alice J. Uncle William (bp1847) Cousin Arthur T (C1872) They came from the Bodenham area in Herefordshire.Please can anyone help further?