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elizabeth cox

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Hi, Hope I've managed to find the right place for this plea for help!! I know my gt.gt.grandfather John Hill was married to Elizabeth circa 1850 and that they lived in Monmouthshire, Wales. Believe the town was Brynmawr, Crickhowell. They had three sons, Alfred, John and Thomas and possibly daughter Sarah in the years of 1850-1856. I think I've tracked Elizabeth's surname down as Cox but I would love to have this verified. Also is there any way of tracking Elizabeth & John's parents. Think John was born in Tredegar and Elizabeth would have been born in the general area. I know census returns are iffy but if somebody could help I'd be very grateful!!:biggrin: Gilllisa
 

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