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Founding Family: John Eaton of Radnorshire, Wales

We have yet another contender who is center of a great story. Until the EFA and its Members started researching this line, little had been confirmed, but each day we are getting closer to the truth. Hope you are part of this exciting family and can join us in solving a true mystery. John and Joan Eaton were from Radnorshire, Wales. They were Baptist. According to Jones's History of the Baptist in Radnorshire, the Eatons were members at Dolau Chapel, in the the parish of Nantmel. John Eaton…

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Cardiff Castle Lion

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Victorian Welsh women of the working class led hard lives and were rarely photographed. These photos show the unique beauty and character of those Welsh ladies. Traditional Welsh Dress, Traditional Dresses, Folk Costume, Costume Dress, Dame, Welsh Lady, Wooly Bully, Knit Art, Vintage Knitting

Welsh Women Knitting

(Welsh Quilts) Photographs of Welsh women in national dress were wildly popular in the late 19th century, partly as tourist souvenirs, and partly I think as a record of rapidly-disappearing country life. One of the three most common occupations for...

Two women in national dress drinking tea (Jones) - Traditional Welsh costume - Wikipedia Welsh Lady, British Traditions, Moda Fashion, Fashion Trends, Folk Costume, Vintage Photography, Scenic Photography, Night Photography, Landscape Photography

Inspiration for a Glorious Welsh Afternoon Tea – Resurgence of a very British Tradition with Tea with Mary Kate

so was born the very British tradition of afternoon tea…… Hurrah! Thank goodness that the 7th Duchess of Bedford was so ravenous, she was bold enough to order bread and cakes to eat mi…

Tegfynydd, victorian mansion in Pembrokeshire - Derelict Places Abandoned Property, Old Abandoned Houses, Abandoned Castles, Abandoned Mansions, Abandoned Buildings, Old Houses, Gothic Buildings, Old Buildings, Spooky Places

Tegfynydd, victorian mansion in Pembrokeshire

Tegfynydd can only be described as an almost perfect shell of a delightful victorian mansion. Aparently abandonned as many were after the war, this has...

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Llanberis Path

The Llanberis Path is the longest and easiest route to the summit of Mount Snowdon, which follows a similar path to the Snowdon Mountain Railway.

A historic chapel in the centre of Cardiff is now a bar and restaurant, called Chapel Visit Cardiff, Cardiff Bay, Cardiff Wales, Cymru, South Wales, Capital City, Mosque, Welsh, Newport

Pembroke Terrace Chapel - Cardiff - Wales, Great Britain.

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