M, #1012, b. 13 February 1807, d. 15 April 1893
|Father||William Williams2 b. 18 Jan 1778, d. 20 Apr 1855|
|Mother||Anne Evans2 d. 15 Dec 1854|
|Relationship||3rd great-grandfather of Keith Graham Bassett|
|Charts||Ancestors of Keith Graham Bassett|
|Last Edited||19 Apr 2022|
|Birth*||13 February 1807||Penclawdd, Llanrhidian, Glamorgan, Wales;son of William & Anne, Blacksmith2|
|Marriage*||8 October 1829||St Marys, Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales;|
Llewelin Williams of the Parish of Llanridian Bachelor
and Margaret Walters of this Parish Spinster
were married in this Church by banns
this eighth Day of October in the Year One thousand eight hundred and twenty nine
By me Wm Hewson Vicar
This Marriage was solemnized between us:
Llewelin Williams (his mark)
In the Presence of:
|Census 1841*||6 June 1841||Blackpill, Oystermouth, Glamorgan, Wales;|
Lewellyn Williams, 30, Blacksmith, Born in County
Margaret Williams, 30,, Born in County
Ann Williams, 10,, Born in County
John Williams, 9,, Born in County
Elizabeth Williams, 6,, Born in County
Thomas Williams, 4,, Born in County
William Williams, 2,, Born in County
;Wife=Margaret Walters, Daughter=Ann Williams, Son=John Llewellyn Williams, Daughter=Elizabeth Williams, Son=Thomas Williams, Son=William Williams4
|Residence*||1845||Blackpill, Oystermouth, Glamorgan, Wales;|
Llewellyn occupied a Smith, Shop, Cottage and Gardens - the land owner was the Duke of Beaufort.
He occupied lot 186 "Brinna Lands" 1 rod and 12 perches
|Residence||26 March 1845||Ynisnewdd, Oystermouth, Glamorgan, Wales;|
Lease for the lives of Llewellyn Williams aged 37, Margaret his wife aged 34 and Anne their daughter aged 15, for 10s annual rent dated 26 March 1845
Christopher Rice Manset Talbot of Margam, esq., to Llewellyn Williams of Ynisnewidd, Oystermouth, blacksmith
Land on which the lessee has lately built a house, formerly called Penauch, now called Ynisnewidd, in Oystermouth parish.
Lease surrendered 5 January 1849.6
|Immigration*||21 June 1849||"Appleton", Port Adelaide, SA, Australia;|
S H I P P I N G.
June 21—The brig Appleton, 300 tons. Geo. Hullin, master, from Swansea. Passengers— Messrs John Cave, C. Francis, and Llewellyn Williams.7
|News-Arct||30 June 1849||"The Adelaide Observer", Adelaide, SA, Australia;|
Monday, 25th June.
Llewellyn Williams, blacksmith (a new comer), charged with being drunk in Hindley-street, did not appear when called to take his plea.8
|Death of Mother||15 December 1854||Penclawdd, Llanrhidian, Glamorgan, Wales;|
When Died: Fifteenth December 1854, Penclawdd, Llanrhidian
Name and Surname: Ann Wiilliams
Age: 76 years
Rank or Profession: Wife of William Williams, Smith
Cause of death: Decay of nature, not certified
Signature, Description, and Residence of Informant, The mark of William Williams, In attendance, Penclawdd, Llanrhidian;Principal=Anne Evans9
|Death of Father||20 April 1855||Penclawdd, Llanrhidian, Glamorgan, Wales;|
When Died: Twentieth April 1855, Penclawdd, Llanrhidian
Name and Surname: William Wiilliams
Age: 81 years
Rank or Profession: Pauper, formerly a Smith
Cause of death: Decay of nature, No Medical Attendant
Signature, Description, and Residence of Informant, Evan Jenkins, In attendance, Blue Anchor, Llanrhidian;Deceased=William Williams10
|News-Arct||13 September 1862||"The Adelaide Observer", Adelaide, SA, Australia;|
SUPREME COURT—CIVIL SITTINGS,
Monday, September 8.
[Before His Honor the Chief Justice.]
The Civil Sittings of the Supreme Court commenced to-day.
The Jury List.
The following Jurors were severally fined £5 for not appearing when their names were called on:—Llewellyn Williams, Mount Barter, farmer; and Patrick Ward. Willunga, farmer. Two Jurors—William Wattles and Charles White, gardener—were excused on the ground of age; and Edwin Watts, Mount Barker, farmer, who appeared by substitute, on the ground of illness.11
|News-Arct||26 October 1862||"The South Australian Advertiser", Adelaide, SA, Australia;|
SUPREME COURT—IN BANCO.
MONDAY, OCTOBER 27.
FIRST DAY OF TERM.
THE JURY LIST.
Llewellyn Williams, Mount Barker, farmer, who was fined £5 for non-attendance as a Juror at last sitting, was wrongly summoned.
Patrick Ward, Willunga, farmer, fined at the last sittings £5 for non-attendance, was excused on the ground of illness.12
|News-Arct||24 November 1882||"The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser", Mount Barker, SA, Australia;|
Government Gazette Items.
Thursday, November 16th.
Real Property Act.—The following applications have been made to bring land under the provisions of the Real Property Act:—Llewellyn Williams, Mount Gambler, part Section 2890, Hundred of Macclesfield. Caveats in each case until Saturday, December 9.13
|Death*||15 April 1893||Yahl Paddock, SA, Australia;|
When Died: 1893 15th April
Name and Surname: Llewellyn Williams
Age: Years 86
Rank or Profession: Blacksmith
Usual Residence: Yahl Paddock
Cause of Death: Senile Decay
Place where Death occurred: Yahl Paddock
Signature, Description, and Residence of Informant: W Hall, Undertaker's Assistant, Mt Gambier14
|Burial*||April 1893||Lake Terrace Cemetery, Mount Gambier, SA, Australia;|
|News-Arct*||25 April 1893||"The South Australian Register", Adelaide, SA, Australia;|
Deaths of Old Colonists. — The S.E. Star of April 18 records the deaths of two very old colonists and old residents of the district. The first, Mr. Llewellyn Williams, father of Mr. Thomas Williams, J. P., of Moorak, and Mr. W. Williams, died on Saturday at the ripe old age of eighty-six. Mr. Williams arrived in the colony early in the fifties, and for several years was engaged in farming and blacksmithing at Mount Barker. Subsequently he went to Mount Gambier, and took up his residence at Yahl, where he had lived up to the time of his death.16
|Margaret Walters b. 14 Jun 1810, d. 21 Sep 1893|
- [S49] Marriage Certificate, Ade S 41/268.
- [S20] IGI.
- [S1318] St Mary's Church Swansea Marriages 1631-1837.
- [S1454] 1841 Census for Wales.
- [S1839] Welsh Tithe Maps, online https://places.library.wales/, Llewellyn Williams 1845.
- [S1869] West Glamorgan Archive Service.
- [S1565] Trove digitised newspapers, online http://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/, The South Australian Gazette and Mining Journal, Saturday, June 23, 1849.
- [S1565] Trove digitised newspapers, online http://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/, The Adelaide Observer, Saturday, June 30, 1849.
- [S1764] Findmypast Glamorgan Burials, online http://www.findmypast.com/, Ann Williams 1864.
- [S14] Death Certificate.
- [S1565] Trove digitised newspapers, online http://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/, The Adelaide Observer, Saturday, September 13, 1862.
- [S1565] Trove digitised newspapers, online http://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/, The South Australian Advertiser, Tuesday, October 28, 1862.
- [S1565] Trove digitised newspapers, online http://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/, The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser, Friday, November 24, 1882.
- [S14] Death Certificate, Llewellyn Williams 1893.
- [S1603] Keith Bassett photos.
- [S1565] Trove digitised newspapers, online http://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/, The South Australian Register, Tuesday, April 25, 1893.
- [S1308] GLA CEN 1841 - Oystermouth for Oystermouth, Glamorgan.
- [S1297] The Ships list.
- [S1239] South Australian Marriage Registrations 1842-1916, Gre 80/637.
- [S1329] 1851 Census for Glamorgan, Wales.
- [S1244] South Australian Death Registrations 1842-1915.
- [S1240] South Australian Birth Registrations 1842-1906.