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  1. Jones Family History Rachel Morgan Thomas Albans • Born and Married in Cardiganshire, South Wales • Immigrated to the U.S. some time before 1847 • Moved to Venedocia, OH in 1865 • Had 4 children • Born in Tan Rallt, North Wales • Married 4/18/1845 • Immigrated to Cincinnati, OH in 1847 • Moved to Venedocia, OH in 1850 • Had 6 children • William Howell Jones • Richard Howell Jones • ABRAHAM B. JONES • Humphrey Howell Jones • Griffith Howell Jones • Mary Jane Jones Abraham Jones Born: 1818 Died: 1905 Margaret Howell Born: 1821 Died: 1899 Abraham B Jones Born: 11/6/1853 Died: 1934 Margaret Alban (Jones) Born: 9/12/1855 Died: 1931 • Married 10/17/1876 • Had 8 children • Howell Jones • THOMAS ALBAN JONES • Margaret Jones • Oscar Jones • Irvin Jones • Eunice Jones • Gladys Jones • Haydn Jones • Married June 1902 • Had 7 children • Alberta Elizabeth Jones • Thomas Herbert Jones • Margaret Jane Jones • ABRAM JENKINS JONES • Glenn Howell Jones • Willard Alban (Pat) Jones* • Helen Jones Elizabeth Jane Jenkins Born: 1881 Died: 1944 Thomas Alban Jones Born: 1880 Died: 1958 Abram Jenkins Jones Born: 7/25/1909 Died: August 1947 Henrietta Furniss Died: 1956 • Married December 1936 • Had 1 child: Thomas Alban Jones Father of Stephen Jones (Born 5/22/67) Thomas Alban Jones Born: 7/22/1938

  2. Abraham JonesBorn: 1818Died: 1905

  3. Cardiganshire, Wales • Birthplace of Thomas Albans • Immigrated to the U.S. some time before 1847 • Moved to Venedocia, OH in 1865

  4. Tan Rallt, Wales • Birthplace of Abraham Jones • Immigrated to the U.S. in 1847 (Cincinnati, OH) • Moved to Venedocia, OH in 1850