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Edward
BAYTON

M4.3


24th. February 1841 to 19th October 1929


Born at: Cwm Glyn, Trevethin, Pontypool, Monmouthshire

Parents:
Edward BAYTON,
Elizabeth BAYTON (DAVIES) ,

Married:
Elizabeth THOMAS , 20th. April 1861,
Newport Registry Office, Monmouthshire

Children;
1865 Mary Ann

1867 Edward (Labourer)

1872 Clara (Nail factory worker)

1874 Rosa

1877 Alfred (Errand boy, post)

Brothers and Sisters;
1827 John (forge man at charcoal bar iron works)

1832 Mary Ann (dressmaker)

1833 Thomas

1834 James (forge labourer)

Addresses;
1841 Glyn Forge, Trevethin, Pontypool, Monmouthshire

1851 Cwm Glyn, Trevethin, Pontypool, Monmouthshire

1861/65 Ty Du, Rogerstone, Newport, Monmouthshire

1871 Tee dee, Graig, Newport, Monmouthshire

1881, 1891 Tee dee, Rogerstone, Newport, Monmouthshire

1901 1 Ivy Cottage, Rogerstone, Bassalleg,Monmouthshire

1910 Ty du, Rogerstone, Monmouthshire

1911 19 Seborne Road, Horfield, Bristol, Gloucestershire

1929 64 Uplands, Rogerstone, Monmouthshire

Occupations;
1851 Labourer Forge

1861 Forge man

1865 Charcoal Refiner

1871 Master finer in iron works

1881 Iron worker

1901 Ironworks labourer

1910 General labourer

1911 Retired Forgeman

1929 Described as Steel Works Millman

Notes

Edward's daughter Rosa was not at home in 1891. However she was married by about 1896. Later she lived in Cardiff then Bristol where in 1911 her father was living with her and her family.

Died of Myocardial Degeneration. Informant was his son Alfred of 8 Raleigh Gardens, London.

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