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Workhouses of Wales and the Welsh Borders - The History Press

A survey in 1776 recorded almost 2,000 parish workhouses operating in England, while the number in Wales was just nineteen. The New Poor Law of 1834 proved equally unattractive in much of Wales – some parts of the country resisted providing a workhouse until the 1870s, with Rhayader in Radnorshire being the last area in […]

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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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