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c.1830 Born in Hirwaun son of [[David Davis (1797-1866)]]
 
c.1830 Born in Hirwaun son of [[David Davis (1797-1866)]]
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1851 Living with his parents; he was an attendant in his father's shop<ref>1851 census</ref>
  
 
1871 Lewis Davis 41, landowner, lived in St Woollos, Newport, with Mary A Davis 33, Caroline M Davis 11, Margaret J Davis 10, Annie Davis 9, [[Frederick Lewis Davis|Frederick L Davis]] 8, Florence L Davis 6, Catherine M Davis 5, Edith Davis 4<ref>1871 census</ref>
 
1871 Lewis Davis 41, landowner, lived in St Woollos, Newport, with Mary A Davis 33, Caroline M Davis 11, Margaret J Davis 10, Annie Davis 9, [[Frederick Lewis Davis|Frederick L Davis]] 8, Florence L Davis 6, Catherine M Davis 5, Edith Davis 4<ref>1871 census</ref>

Latest revision as of 13:33, 10 July 2020

c.1830 Born in Hirwaun son of David Davis (1797-1866)

1851 Living with his parents; he was an attendant in his father's shop[1]

1871 Lewis Davis 41, landowner, lived in St Woollos, Newport, with Mary A Davis 33, Caroline M Davis 11, Margaret J Davis 10, Annie Davis 9, Frederick L Davis 8, Florence L Davis 6, Catherine M Davis 5, Edith Davis 4[2]

1881 Lewis Davis 51, coal mine proprietor, was visiting Pontypridd[3]

1888 of Brynderwen Ferndale, died at Langland Castle[4]

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  1. 1851 census
  2. 1871 census
  3. 1881 census
  4. National probate calendar