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Butler County, Ohio  (matches: 3)

   ...a, Hughes and Bebb traveled west towards Cincinnati in the spring of 1796 to survey the land in the ...

   ... lucky because they were within reach of Cincinnati market, where they could get a good price for th...

   ...of renting land and the market prices in Cincinnati (Welsh only) >> Worshipping NLW 9521A Even...

Hamilton County, Ohio  (matches: 14 - displaying first 10 only)

   ...line Click to edit Hamilton County, Ohio Cincinnati Life in the city Cincinnati was a relatively sma...

   ...County, Ohio Cincinnati Life in the city Cincinnati was a relatively small town at the beginning of ...

   ...n 1837, around 400 Welsh people lived in Cincinnati according to the author, the Rev. Edward Jones. ...

   ... craftsmen and servants. Early pioneers, Cincinnati ( Courtesy of The Ohio Historical Society) This ...

   ... called Yr American . His description of Cincinnati as a busy, exciting and developing city must hav...

   ...(Iorthryn Gwynedd) spent January 1852 in Cincinnati and was amazed at the size of the city and its o...

   ...ers, forges, vehicles and ships and that Cincinnati was a suitable place for young women to be in se...

   ...rs of John and Hugh Pugh from Liverpool, Cincinnati, Columbus and Portsmouth (1843 - 1852) (Welsh) &...

   ... NLW 20995: The letters of Jack Edwards, Cincinnati (1880 - 1887) (English and Welsh) >> Autog...

   ... Congregational Church, Lawrence Street, Cincinnati, Ohio, 1840-1952 (English) >> Felicity Chi...

   ... University, 2006) Short descriptions of Cincinnati are to be found in: Edward Jones, Y Teithiwr Ame...

Jackson and Gallia Counties, Ohio  (matches: 1)

   ...upervision of the Rev. Edward Jones from Cincinnati. Edward Jones returned to Wales in 1837 and he p...

Gomer, Ohio  (matches: 1)

   ...d from the Churches in Gomer, Oak Hill , Cincinnati , Radnor , Paddy's Run , Newark and Granvil...

Digital Library  (matches: 6)

   ...More than 130 letters describing life in Cincinnati by Jack Edwards, who originally came from Aberys...

   ... Bala, written from Liverpool, Columbus, Cincinnati and Portsmouth. The original copies are kept in ...

   ... Congregational Church, Lawrence Street, Cincinnati, Ohio, 1840-1952. 1840-1952 (38 images) The Saga...

   ... images) St David\'s Day Dinner Program, Cincinnati (1983) Fourth Dinner of the Welsh Society of Gre...

   ...h Dinner of the Welsh Society of Greater Cincinnati 1983 (4 images) Eisteddfod Program Eisteddfod Pr...

   ...tter (1982) The Welsh Society of Greater Cincinnati newsletter 1982 (6 images) Gymanfa Ganu Programs...

The Welsh in Ohio  (matches: 2)

   ...borhood. There were only a few houses in Cincinnati at the time when they traveled through, and Hami...

   ...the surrounding area today is about 800. CINCINNATI, Hamilton County. This great and excellent city ...

Background  (matches: 1)

   ... Run , Oak Hill , Gomer and the cities - Cincinnati and Columbus . Many of the Welsh began to settle...

Religion and culture: transcript of digital story (1)  (matches: 1)

   ...in rural areas, towns and cities such as Cincinnati and Columbus. Some worshippers in the countrysid...

Religion and culture: transcript of digital story (2)  (matches: 2)

   ...io's first Gymanfa Ganu was held in Cincinnati in 1833 and with the arrival of more immigrants ...

   ...tate in Lima, Delphos, Van Wert, Warren, Cincinnati and Cleveland for example. People would come tog...

Settling down: transcript of digital story (1)  (matches: 2)

   ...ernment started to sell good land in the Cincinnati area, Ezekiel Hughes and Edward Bebb took advant...

   ... were attracted to cities like Columbus, Cincinnati and Cleveland where there were plenty of work op...

Education  (matches: 1)

   ... Run , Oak Hill , Gomer and the cities - Cincinnati and Columbus . Many of the Welsh began to settle...

Welsh Settlements in Ohio  (matches: 9)

   ...ated about twenty-two miles northwest of Cincinnati, on a small stream by that name. The present nam...

   ...by the name of Ezekiel Hughes arrived at Cincinnati from Wales, and together with Edward Bebb and Wi...

   ...mes. The opening of the public road from Cincinnati to the Miami furnished a market for their produc...

   ... furnished a market for their produce at Cincinnati, and the fact that that city was located along a...

   ...ilt for moving families and embarked for Cincinnati. They undertook to manage the boats themselves, ...

   ... Jones, Dr. Dan Jones (Dec.), Dr. Lewis, Cincinnati; Dr. Morgan, Coalton; Dr. Morgan, Jackson; Dr. W...

   ...nes (Dec.), R. H. Jones, Judge D. Davis, Cincinnati; Lot Davis, Ironton; Daniel Phillips (Dec.), Eva...

   ...Ohio in 1772 and 1773 is published in Cincinnati Miscellany, Vols. 1 and 2. Note (4) “In a vall...

   ...e on a flatboat down the Ohio, bound for Cincinnati. In 1803 Hughes visited Wales, married Margaret ...

Accidental Settlement of the Welsh in Gallia and Jackson Co  (matches: 1)

   ...intended to float down the Ohio River to Cincinnati. When they arrived at Gallipolis, a small town o...

Welsh Community of Gallia County  (matches: 1)

   ...ar ddyn, yn agos mor rhad a Pittsburgh a Cincinnati. Ac y mae hefyd werthdai ( stores ), ar hyd y wl...

The First Settlers in Gallia and Jackson Counties  (matches: 2)

   ...'s Run, the famous Welsh settlement near Cincinnati., O. The names of the heads of these six familie...

   ...ohn Davis, Easton, Mo.; Mrs Polly Evans, Cincinnati, O.; and Thomas Davis, Pottsville, Pa. After the...

Welsh Hills  (matches: 2)

   ...or about eight years, when he removed to Cincinnati, - where he died in 1832. He was one of the earl...

   ...e was. He held some official position in Cincinnati, and was greatly esteemed there as a man of ener...

Biographical Sketch of Ezekiel Hughes  (matches: 4)

   ...om Limestone he reached Fort Washington (Cincinnati), “Judge Symmes, the chief proprietor of the l...

   ...had to open a road through the forest to Cincinnati, which is our post-office”. In 1800 the land w...

   ... now Whitewater Township. At the sale in Cincinnati, he bought these two valuable sections, and was ...

   ... the steps of the Presbyterian church in Cincinnati. His hip was dislocated, and resulted in a lamen...

A Distinguished Son of Llanbrynmair  (matches: 5)

   ...Limestone (Maysville, Ky), and thence to Cincinnati. The passage down the Ohio is safe, and the heav...

   ...ht than in the day. “When we landed at Cincinnati, once called Fort Washington, we applied to Judg...

   ... within half a mile of the big road from Cincinnati to Hamilton. The judge would not divide that sec...

   ...e it sometimes myself and have come from Cincinnati alone with a pack horse at midnight, the three o...

   ...ot with an axe, and was obliged to go to Cincinnati, seventeen miles, to a doctor. John, who worked ...

Paddy's Run, Butler County  (matches: 11 - displaying first 10 only)

   ...t Ezekiel Hughes and Edward Bebb came to Cincinnati in 1796, and squatted on the Big Miami, not far ...

   ... of Llanbrynmair, North Wales, landed at Cincinnati, and spent some time in exploring the new countr...

   ...tone, Pa., came down the Ohio, landed at Cincinnati in 1798, and squatted on Blue Rock Creek, near t...

   ... on a “broad horn”, down the Ohio to Cincinnati, and settled on Paddy's Run in 1802, on a choice...

   ...icians John and William B. Davis, now in Cincinnati), George and Catherine Williams, Evan and Mary H...

   ... with him or purchased in the village of Cincinnati. The question what shall we eat and what shall w...

   ... roads had been laid out and opened from Cincinnati to the Miami and the regions beyond, in 1805, an...

   ...eir fields, poultry yards and dairies to Cincinnati on pack horses. At an early day, Paddy's Run but...

   ...ted, left for Missouri. They embarked at Cincinnati on the steamer “Nannie Byers.” Near Madison,...

   ...2 inches; but when the case was made the Cincinnati market could not furnish a piece of glass large ...

   ... Halstead, has for many years edited the Cincinnati Commercial, one of the leading newspapers of our...

The Welsh Pioneers in the Miami Valley  (matches: 7)

   ...th took a flat-boat for Fort Washington (Cincinnati). The passage down the Ohio is safe and slow. We...

   ...e and bottom level land on the other. At Cincinnati we applied to Judge Symmes, registrar and chief ...

   ...being within a mile of the big road from Cincinnati to Hamilton. The price was $3 an acre cash, or $...

   ...they come to the stern. Fort Washington (Cincinnati) may be as large as Machynlleth (a small town ne...

   ...ot with the axe and was obliged to go to Cincinnati (sixteen miles) to the doctor. He is now recover...

   ...ve done so myself. I have come home from Cincinnati late at night with a pack horse four miles witho...

   ... Hughes bought at public auction, in the Cincinnati land office, two sections in Whitewater Township...

Founders of the Welsh Settlement in Gallia and Jackson Counties  (matches: 1)

   ... and T. Davis, of Pomeroy, Mrs Evans, of Cincinnati, and Mrs Lloyd, of Jackson co. Of Evan Evans' fa...

The Welsh Settlement in Van Wert County  (matches: 3)

   ...eek, Pennsylvania, - afterward pastor at Cincinnati, O. He preached several times, and formally orga...

   ...f preaching. He, at the time, labored in Cincinnati. The brethren here promised themselves a spiritu...

   ... William Bebb. His remains were taken to Cincinnati and buried at Spring Grove Cemetery. In the spri...

Features  (matches: 1)

   ...ds, from Aberystwyth, describing life in Cincinnati (1880-1887). more >> Yr American, by t...

William Bebb  (matches: 1)

   ...uccessful school, attracting pupils from Cincinnati and the South, with many of them becoming promin...

Ezekiel Hughes  (matches: 1)

   ...e months they had arrived in the town of Cincinnati. Ezekiel recorded some notes of the journey to M...

NLW 9521A - the notebook of R. D. Thomas  (matches: 3)

   ... (Welsh) >> A journey from Lima to Cincinnati (Welsh) >> Allen Co., extra notes (Welsh) ...

   ...> Kentucky: Notes on (Welsh) >> Cincinnati: Notes on the Welsh (Welsh) >> Banks explo...

   ...ish) >> Ohio River: a Journey from Cincinnati to Pittsburgh (Welsh) >> Pittsburgh, Pa. N...

NLW 20995 - Jack Edwards letters  (matches: 4)

   ... Aberystwyth until 1880, when he went to Cincinnati, Ohio, USA. He lived there with his brother Ed, ...

   ...ress, and news of the Welsh community in Cincinnati. He also wrote regularly, but less often, to his...

   ...in his 89th year. The Welsh Community in Cincinnati During his time in America, Jack became very pop...

   ...he latest news about the Welsh people in Cincinnati, and he would regularly send news about those wh...

Yr American  (matches: 8)

   ...m Paddy's Run , in western Ohio, to Cincinnati and on to Columbus, Radnor, Sandusky, Rochester,...

   ...ore he reaches New York. Early pioneers, Cincinnati ( Courtesy of The Ohio Historical Society) One s...

   ...rst of all when he describes the city of Cincinnati. In 1808, he says, its population was 5,000 but ...

   ...e was brought up in Ohio. Description of Cincinnati and Columbus >> He describes the views, th...

   ... (4) Columbus (9) Putnam and Vanwert (5) Cincinnati Emphasis is given again and again in this chapte...

   ... to discuss the two cities, Columbus and Cincinnati . This is where the young people of Wales headed...

   ...ven as well as the work opportunities in Cincinnati as it grew and expanded. The main difficulty a W...

   ... to Utica and Ohio >> a journey to Cincinnati through Pennsylvania >> what kind of land ...

Features  (matches: 1)

   ...ds, from Aberystwyth, describing life in Cincinnati (1880-1887). Transcribed in full and Welsh lette...

Places  (matches: 5)

   ...rs were drawn to the cities - Columbus , Cincinnati and Cleveland - and of course industrial areas s...

   ...icles in The Cambrian . Hamilton County: Cincinnati Digitized materials NLW 19331E: The letters of J...

   ...rs of John and Hugh Pugh from Liverpool, Cincinnati, Columbus and Portsmouth (1843 - 1852) (Welsh) &...

   ... NLW 20995: The letters of Jack Edwards, Cincinnati (1880 - 1887) (English and Welsh) >> The S...

   ... Congregational Church, Lawrence Street, Cincinnati, Ohio, 1840-1952 (English) >> See bibliogr...

Everyday life in Ohio  (matches: 2)

   ...s a picture of a Welshman's life in Cincinnati during Jack Edwards the 1880s. Amongst them ther...

   ...tmas 1881 (English) >> The snow in Cincinnati and the sledges (English) >> The Welsh hav...

Churches and Sunday Schools  (matches: 1)

   ...regationalist Church in Lawrence Street, Cincinnati between 1840 and 1952. Click here to browse thro...

Voyages  (matches: 2)

   ...he stayed mainly in Ohio - in Columbus , Cincinnati and Portsmouth. He sent a letter dated 31 May 18...

   ...iverpool and by 1852 he had gone over to Cincinnati. In one of his letters, he describes the emigrat...


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