Caersws Memories

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My great great grandfather was born in Caersws In1831 - his name was Peter Jones. He eventually moved to St. Asaph when? Unknown. In a later census he is described as a tallow chandler. His wife's name was Roseanna. Does anyone know anything about them please.

I'm looking for any information on Maes Mawr Hall around 1950; I believe Norman Edwards lived there with Lucy Collins and they had a son called Keith. If anyone has any info I would be grateful.

My husband's family came from Main Street, Caersws, their name was Evans, does anyone remember them, and could help me find any one that knew them?