Evan Pugh b1826 and his family in 1871 census

Living at Garthgynfawr in parish of Dongelly. . The parish includes also the townships of Brithdir-Isaf, Brithdir-Uwchaf, Cefnyr-Owen, Dolgledr, Dyffrydan, and Garthgynfawr; and extends along the estuary of the Maw. GARTHGYNFAWR, a township in the parish of Dolgellau, county Merioneth, North Wales, 2 miles S.W. of Dolgelly.

"DOLGELLAU, (or Dolgelly) a parish, market town, locally situated in the hundred of Talybout, in the county of Merioneth, North Wales. It is the county town of Merionethshire, in conjunction with Bala. 16½ miles from Machynlleth, the terminus of the Newtown and Machynlleth railway, from whence access is by coach. A railway is now in course of construction. Dolgelly is situated in a beautiful valley, as its name implies, "the Dale of the Hazel Groves," between the rivers Arran and Wnion, under Cader-Idris, the summit of which is about 6 miles distant. The parish contains Brithdir, Isaf and Uwchaf, Cefnyr-Owen, Dolgledr, Dyffrydan, and Garthgynfawr, North and South, in all, eight townships.

Civil Parish: Dolgelley, Merionethshire

Evan Pugh 45, born: Dongelly, Merionethshire: quarryman,
Jane Pugh 37 born, Llanelltyd, Merionethshire
Hugh Pugh 17 born, Llanelltyd, Merionethshire
Mary Anne Pugh 15 born, Llanelltyd, Merionethshire
Elizabeth Pugh 13 born, Llanelltyd, Merionethshire
Jane Pugh 11 born, Llanelltyd, Merionethshire
Rees Pugh 9 born, Llanelltyd, Merionethshire
Evan Pugh 7 born, Dongelly, Merionethshire
Catherine Pugh 5 born, Llanelltyd, Merionethshire
Margaret Pugh 2 born, Llanrug, Caernarvonshire

 

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