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3 JOHN DAVIS of Blaina in the parish of Aberystruth in the county of Mon-
mouth
collier

JOHN DAVIES of Rhiw-Sir-David in the parish of Monythusloyne in the
county of Monmouth collier

WILLIAM DAVIES shopman to son of and abiding in the house of Roger
Davies
of Blackwood in the parish of Bedwellty in the County of Monmouth
shopkeeper

WILLIAM DAINTY miner abiding at the house of Thomas Allcock at Aber-
sychan
in the parish of Trevethin in the county of Monmouth collier

JAMES DAILY a serjeant in her Majesty's 45th regiment of foot abiding at the
barracks at Pillgwenlly in the parish of Saint Woollos in the borough of
Newport in the county of Monmouth

HERBERT DAVIES of the parish of Monythusloyne in the county of Mon-
mouth
collier

JOHN DAVIS of Gellyhave in the parish of Monythusloyne in the county of
Monmouth saddler

BENJAMIN DAVIES of the parish of Bedwellty in the county of Monmouth
publican or beer house keeper

EDWARD DUFFIELD the younger of the parish of Risca in the county of
Monmouth publican

ELIZABETH DUFFIELD of the same place wife of the said Edward Duf-
field


ISAAC EVANS clerk to Thomas Withers of the parish of Saint Woollos in the
borough of Newport in the county of Monmouth commission agent abiding
at the house of his father Evan Evans in the same parish

HENRY EVANS of the parish of Saint Woollos in the borough of Newport in
the county of Monmouth saddler

DANIEL EVANS of the parish of Saint Woollos in the borough of Newport in
the county of Monmouth tailor

WILLIAM EDMUNDS of Pontllanfraith in the parish of Monythusloyne in
the county of Monmouth publican

SARAH EDMUNDS of Pontllanfraith in the parish of Monythusloyne in
the county of Monmouth publican

WILLIAM EDMUNDS son of and abiding at the house of the above named
William Edmunds

WILLIAM EVANS of Crumlin in the parish of Monythusloyne in the county
of Monmouth clerk to Martin Morrison of the parish of Saint Woollos in
the borough of Newport in the county of Monmouth coal master

WILLIAM EDMUNDS blacksmith and dissenting preacher abiding at the
house of his father William Edmunds of the Argoed in the parish of Bed-
wellty
in the county of Monmouth collier

JAMES EMERY cabinet maker abiding at the house of Ann Michell widow of
Pontypool in the parish of Trevethin in the county of Monmouth lodging house and shopkeeper

THOMAS EDWARDS of Pontypool in the parish of Trevethin in the county
of Monmouth attorney at law

[Handwritten numbers in left hand margin:- 20 Henry Evans and 21 Daniel Evans]

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