Stephen Picton

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Stephen Picton Family Tree - Green Book - by Owen Picton

Compact Picton Family Tree - From first Picton to Great Grandchildren of Stephen Picton

Ancestors of my Great Grandmother Eliza (Rees) picton- Mother of Owen Picton

Stephen Picton Obituary- Translation from Welsh

Stephen Picton (1825-1896) in a Historical Context- Related to Local Kansas Information and Nearby Welsh Immigration Stories

Stephen Picton Family Immigration from Wales to Kansas- by Mrs. Lewis Morgan, 1957 (revised by Owen Picton)

Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Picton- Genealogy in the green Family Tree Book - their family and descendants1825-

Internet Sources for Local History - Some in areas of Eastern Kansas and Eastern Nebraska and the World

Picton Prospecting and Gold Mining Stories - Related to the Stephen Picton family-

Thanks to Jeanette Froeschner for the information she provided and for suggesting that I visit the Cemetery at Rhydyparc, Eglwys Fair a Churig in Carmarthenshire which is just a few miles away from Cwmfelin Mynach (Monks Mill)and near the previous Chocolate Farm. The Cemetery at Rhydyparc, Eglwys Fair a Churig is where Elizabeth Rees is buried.

My pictures of Rhydyparc Cemetery and Genealogy Information about Elizabeth (Phillips) Rees (Mother-in-Law of Stephen Picton)

The below website contains another source of information about the Rhydyparc Cemetery including Elizabeth Rees who died Oct 8, 1873. She is my great great grandmother and the mother-in-law of Stephen Picton. They said the cemetery is on the internet because it is an Arminian cemetery within the Unitarians. The cemetery is in poor condition and all that remains of the church are the 4 walls. The people who own this location, have made about 3 or 4 lakes where people pay to fish. They say about 21 springs exist on this property. I think the Email address of the people who own this property (Gwen and Terry) is:

For Rhydyparc, Eglwys Fair a Churig in Carmarthenshire just click on the below website:

Click on the Memorial Inscriptions (before top of page), The Memorial Inscriptions listed appear to be what is inscribed on the tomb stones. They say a tree had fallen a few years ago and destroyed some of the stones.

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