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SCOFIELD MINE DISASTER

SCOFIELD MINE DISASTER

Posted: 25 Nov 2007 1:43PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: WEBBER
HI some WEBBER family were killed in the mine explosion,1st may 1900, iam trying to confirm the bereaved parents names of the WEBBER men.My kin were from NEATH WALES the origin of the WEBBER connection is MATHEW WEBBER married to MARGARET REYNOLDS,its believed the kin of this family worked in the winter quarters mine.Is there anyway anyone can confirm that this family came from WALES and is there any living kin associated with this family in the locality,thankyou JOHN MORRISS Deal Kent UK

Re: SCOFIELD MINE DISASTER

Posted: 9 Apr 2008 9:04PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Webber
There is a great possibility that these Webbers are related to me. I am currently researching the Webber family tree and have noticed that many entries in the 1800's have recorded the family births, deaths and marriages as being in the Neath locality or even in Breconshire when in fact they have lived in the Llansamlet area of Swansea - some miles away.

Do you know who Mathew Webbers parents were? If you can share any other names with me then I can try to link the family and will be happy to provide you with any information that I have. Regards Liz Harries

Re: SCOFIELD MINE DISASTER

Posted: 10 Apr 2008 6:26AM GMT
Classification: Query
HI LIZ will look out research on my WEBBER lines ,send me you email to l_morriss@sky.com
regards JOHN

Re: SCOFIELD MINE DISASTER

Posted: 21 Jan 2013 7:57AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Webber
Hi Liz. I am also researching the Webber lines, and I am branching off of Mathew Webber, born 1796, Neath Wales, who is my fourth great grandfather. Feel free to email me:

Rattlesnake230@yahoo.com

Thanks
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