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Findmypast lookup please?

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Paul Barton, Special Agent

Paul Barton, Special Agent Report 7 Feb 2013 07:35

Thanks Andysmum, but in fact he was definitely from Llandysiliogogo, in Cardiganshire.


Andysmum Report 6 Feb 2013 22:26

Paul, I think your town above is the last part of the town on Anglesey with the full name of


(Usually abbreviated to LlanfairPG)

Paul Barton, Special Agent

Paul Barton, Special Agent Report 6 Feb 2013 15:28

Oh wow! Yes, it must be! Now I know when he was born. Thanks Kath!

(He came from a town with the wonderful name of Llandysiliogogo!)


KathleenBell Report 6 Feb 2013 13:42

Is this the burial of "your" Thomas Jones:-

Last Name: JONES
First name(s): Thomas
Date of burial: 28 May 1837
Place of burial: St Dunstan In The West
Age at death: 40
Approximate year of birth: 1797
Address at death Roll's Buildings (In Fetter Lane)
Record source: City of London Burials
Data provider John Hanson and Monnica Stevens

Kath. x

Paul Barton, Special Agent

Paul Barton, Special Agent Report 6 Feb 2013 12:50

Thank you for those Roy. Looks like London was full of Thomas Joneses at that time! My Thomas Jones must have been a neighbour of the Thomas Jones in the bankrupt directory - they were both in the same street. Mine was a milkman at Rolls Buildings in Fetter Lane, though at some time prior to that he was at Fishmonger's Alley. I know he died in the late 1830's so thanks very much for the lookup.


Porkie_Pie Report 6 Feb 2013 11:16

First name(s):Thomas

Last nameJONES

Date of burial: 20 November 1836

Place of burial St Luke, Old Street

Age at death:41

Approximate year of birth: 1795

Address at death: Workhouse

Record source City of London Burials Find out more

Data provider: John Hanson and Monnica Stevens



Porkie_Pie Report 6 Feb 2013 11:06

Last name:Jones

First names:Thomas

Street:"White Horse", Fetter Lane



Occupation:tavern keeper






Record source:Bankrupt directory 1820-1843


Paul Barton, Special Agent

Paul Barton, Special Agent Report 6 Feb 2013 10:23

Could somebody kindly tell me what these records say please?

Bankrupt directory 1820-1843

Parish Records Collection 1538-2005
JONES Thomas Burial1836 Birth 1795 County London

I'm hoping it will show his address as Rolls Buildings, Fetter Lane.