1871 census records

David Lewis (Farmers Son)

  • Gender: Male
  • Age: 17 years
  • Position: Son
  • Status: Unmarried
  • Occupation: Farmers Son
  • Address: 1 Maes-y-Felin
  • Birthplace: Llanwenarth, Monmouthshire, Wales

Record collection

The 1871 census records were collected by Enumerators who were assigned to a particular area.

This record was collected by Mr William Jones who served the following area:

Part of the Parish of Llanwenarth Ultra comprising all the houses & cottages which lie between the Parish Road leading from the Canal Company Wharf to the Wildon Works & thence bounded by the L & N W Railway leading from Abergavenny to Brynmawr bounded by the Tram Road leading from the Limestone Quarries on the Gilwern Hill to the Incline on the Blorenge Mountain including the houses on the Tilla, Allws, Cwm, Old Tumble as far as the end of the Turnpike Road leading from Abergavenny Wharf to Blaenavon Iron Works

Other people at 1 Maes-y-Felin

Name Age Occupation
Hiley, Lemuel Louisa 48 years Annuitant
Lewis, David 17 years Farmers Son
Lewis, James 24 years Farmers Son
Lewis, John 12 years Scholar
Lewis, Mary 27 years Farmers Daughter
Lewis, Rebecca 14 years Scholar
Lewis, Sarah 54 years Farmers Wife
Lewis, William 69 years Farmer, 29 Acres
Lewis, William 9 years Scholar
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