William Walters1,2,3
Male

Family with Sarah Evans (cal 1794 - )

Son Walters
Daughter Walters
Daughter Walters
Daughter Mary Walters (bet 1821 and 1826 - )
Son William Walters (cal 1826 - )
Son James Walters (cal 1826 - )
Daughter Anne Walters (cal 1830 - )
Daughter Rachael Walters (cal 1832 - )
Daughter Margaret Walters (cal 1835 - )
Son Joshua Walters (cal 1839 - )

Events and attributes

Birth
between 1786 and 1791
2
Residence
29 December 1810
Llanfyrnach, Pembrokeshire, Wales3
Marriage
29 December 1810
To Sarah Evans
St Teilo's Parish Church, Kilrhedyn, Carmarthenshire, Wales3
Occupation
6 June 1841
Farmer2
Census
6 June 1841
Pontwedwst, Kilrhedyn, Carmarthenshire, Wales2
Death
before 16 March 1861
1

Citations

  1. [S325] Wales, marriage certificate (certified copy) for William James and Margaret Walters, married 16 March 1861 Merthyr Tydfil district in the County of Glamorgan. General Register Office, Southport
  2. [S333] 1841 census of Wales Carmarthenshire Kilrhedyn, William Walter; digital image, Findmypast (http://www.findmypast.co.uk : accessed 29 December 2017); citing Class: HO107; Piece: 1383; Book: 10; Folio: 7; Page: 6
  3. [S335] "Carmarthenshire Marriages and Banns Transcription" database with images, Findmypast(https://findmypast.co.uk accessed 17 January 2018), marriage of William Walter and Sarah Evans, 29 December 1810; citing Welsh Archive Services