* Dundon And Related Families in Great Britain*

Updated September 5, 2000


This site is part of my global "one name study" of the Dundon clan, which aims to collect all references to the surname at any time and in any place. Please contact me with any information, however trivial. I may have information on your family to swap.

The Dundon family can be traced back to Norman stock who came to County Limerick in Ireland before the reign of Queen Elizabeth I. A powerful family, they occupied the townlands of Ballystine, where they were the major freeholders, and they were owners of Ballystine Castle.

The branch of the family discussed on these pages emigrated from Buttevant, County Cork, Ireland to South Wales, Great Britain in around 1815-1820, establishing in the rural community of Abergavenny, where they worked in agriculture, coal mining and iron working.

The file contains references to some 3000 individuals, dating from the late seventeenth century. Most are from England and Wales, but there are references to America, Switzerland, Japan, Australia and New Zealand.


Current interests are:
Dundon/Dunden - Worldwide, all dates.
Howard - Devon and Glamorgan, 19th century.
Amott - Birmingham or anywhere, 18th and 19th centuries.
Eden - Leicestershire, 18th and 19th centuries.
Silvester - Warwickshire and Staffordshire, 19th century.
Pike - Somerset, 18th century.
Lloyd - Gyffylliog area,Denbighshire, all dates.
Bowditch - Devon and Dorset, all dates.
Jennings - Leicestershire, 18th and 19th centuries.
Knight - Monmouthshire and Croyden, Surrey, 19th century.
Cleare - Monmouthshire, 19th century.



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Paul Scott Dundon

Charleston, 6 Grove Road
Pontnewynydd
Pontypool, Torfaen NP4 6RX
Wales
+44 (0)1495 764206
Fax: +44 (0)8704 053090
dundon@ireland.com


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