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Updated September 11, 2003

I am just beginning to research my family tree.
The first reference found to the Perry family was in 1851 in the parish of Wiston in Pembrokeshire- the address appears to be Glanrhyd. My Great grandmother Mary Perry was then aged 33 and a widow. Living with her were a daughter Ann aged 12 and a son George aged 9, my grandfather.
By 1881 George had married Mary and they lived in the parish of Llawhaden at Tarngroom?.
In 1881 the family lived at Foxen, in the parish of Llawhaden, with their children Mary Ann, Thomas, Phebe, Dan, Levi,George, John, William(my Father) and Martha.
Later on they had moved to Gelly, Llawhaden, Pembrokeshire. In 1911, George had died and is burried in Gelly with his wife Mary and 2nd wife Phebe. I have no idea what happened to the rest of my Father's siblings, or any other information regarding the family. I would dearly love to learn more.

Margaret Mary Ryan

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