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For decades, an old woman in a ragged dress emitting an eerie blue glow is said to walk along Waterston Road between Llanstadwell and Waterston.She is sometimes seen holding a bundle of rags, most commonly between the hours of 10 pm and midnight on Saturdays.Roads, and particularly crossroads, are a common theme in Welsh ghost stories.The Waterston Lady is a classic example and is Pembrokeshire's most prolific ghost sighting.“I intend – as I’ve always maintained – to be here to give every answer to every question.But I intend to stand down in the autumn, allowing for a new first minister to take their place by the end of this year.
The personal genealogy history on the Dalton and Vaughan connection in South Wales 1651-1800; by Rod Dalton. Frances Edith Leaning (Dalton) The Oxfordshire FHS. Lets now continue with a pedigree chart and more history about Walter Dalton III that we left in chapter 3. 1 WALTER DALTON III was born in 1603 in Witney, Oxfordshire England, and died 1666 in Pembrey, Carmarthenshire Wales. He had never seen any city larger than Carmarthen, but he must have heard of the great school at Oxford in his old hometown in Oxfordshire from his father. Source: Rodney Dalton picked up this copy of the above booklet at the Illtyd Church of Pembrey after attending Sunday services on May 31, 2003. We don’t know much about James Dalton nor his wife, Mary Bonvill.Other sources: Cymdeithas Hanes Teuluoedd Sir Gaerfyrddin” Carmarthenshire Family History Society of Llanelli, Carmarthenshire. "The Historical Homes and Families of Carmarthenshire" by Major Francis Jones. The LDS Church Ancestral File at the LDS FHL in SLC Utah. He died in London in 1719 aged 55 and was buried in the family vault at Pembrey Church." Source: Richard James, Carmarthenshire FHS The story of how James Dalton became a Barrister-at-law: For any man to become a barrister, it was necessary for him to begin as a student at one of the “Inn’s of Court” in London. Ann Thomas – Tenent, widow, property mentioned: Llettyrffonen, Pembrey. James and Mary had three children: 1- Thomas Dalton - born: 1731, Pembrey, Wales (our line) 2- Mary Dalton - born: about 1733, Pembrey, Wales 3- Elizabeth Thomas – buried Nov.E-Mail from Elaine Barsosky; " the History of the Vaughans" E-Mail from Bettye Kirkwood, "The Vaughans of South Wales" The Vaughan Family in Monmouthshire, Wales; from "A History Tour Through Monmouthshire" by William Coxe. The FHL at the Lee Library on the BYU campus in Provo Utah. These four ancient Societies were named; Lincoln’s Inn, Gray’s Inn, The Inner Inn, and the Middle Temple, respectively in the seventeenth Century and a candidate had to either pass a general examination, or produce evidence of having done so at one of the Universities. 3 1729 Of note about the above Elizabeth Thomas; In the book, “Pembrey Parish Church Resisters “– Selected Entries from 1701 to 1900 by John A. This under the heading of Burials 1701 – 1771: 1729, Nov.Note: Some of the below pedigrees of the Dalton family was researched by John Luther Dalton while on a Genealogical Mission to Wales in 1888. He too, was succeeded by an only son, ROWLAND VAUGHAN, who married Margaret Ann Mansel of Swansea.(See John Luther’s history in chapter 7, Volume 2.) Some research was done by the Wales/English side of the Dalton family and by members of the DGS. Phillip was High Sheriff in 1661, and married, firstly Lettice Lloyd of Maesyfelin, Lampeter, who died shortly after the marriage, without issue; secondly Sage daughter of John Mansel of Stradey by Mary Vaughan of Derwydd (d. None of the sons married, and one of them Edward Vaughan was the last male member of the family to live at Trimsaran, and when he died on 31 December 1683, the rental of the estate was 1,650 pounds per annum.