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6 Evans widow of Pontypool in the parish of Trevethin in the county of
Monmouth stationer

MARGARET JONES widow abiding at the house of Mary Jones in the parish
of Saint Woollos in the borough of Newport in the county of Monmouth widow

WILLIAM JOHN the younger servant to William Brewer of the parish of
Saint Woollos in the borough of Newport in the county of Monmouth
surgeon abiding at the house of his father William John in the parish of
Saint Woollos in the borough of Newport in the same county labourer

MARY JENKINS of Pillgwenlly in the parish of Saint Woollos in the borough
of Newport in the county of Monmouth wife of Morgan Jenkins of the
same place blocklayer

JOHN JENKINS of the parish of Saint Woollos in the borough of Newport in
the county of Monmouth publican

EDMUND JONES of Mamhole in the parish of Bedwellty in the county of
Monmouth mason

JAMES JAMES of Coalbrook Vale in the parish of Aberystruth in the county
of Monmouth miner

BENJAMIN JAMES collier son of and abiding at the house of the said
James James at the same place

JOHN JAMES of the parish of Monythsloyne in the county of Monmouth
collier

WILLIAM JAMES collier son of and abiding at the house of the said John
James
at the same place

DAVID JONES of the parish of Llangynnyder in the county of Brecon shoe-
maker

DAVID JONES limeburner abiding at the house of Edward Duffield the
younger of the parish of Risca in the county of Monmouth publican

DAVID JONES of the parish of Monythusloyne in the county of Mon-
mouth
beer house keeper

JOHN LEWIS JONES of the parish of Bedwellty in the county of Monmouth
collier

WILLIAM JENKINS of the parish of Saint Woollos in the borough of Newport
in the county of Monmouth grocer and parish clerk of Saint Woollos

CHRISTOPHER KIDNER of the parish of Llanvrechva in the county of
Monmouth butcher

HENRY KEAR of the parish of Saint Woollos in the borough of Newport in
the county of Monmouth accountant

JOSEPH KERBY watchmaker abiding at the house of Henry Barton of
Pontypool in the parish of Trevethin in the county of Monmouth tin
plate worker

JOHN LEWIS of Pillgwenlly in the parish of Saint Woollos in the borough
of Newport in the county of Monmouth publican

[Handwritten numbers in left hand margin:- 90 William John/ 115 Mary Jenkins/ 115 John Jenkins/ 21 William Jenkins/ 91 Henry Kear/ 119 John Leiws

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