These 3 have been 'bugging' me off and on for years - and I'm not sure that I have posted in the correct forum - so here goes. There is a very likely scenario where the eldest Jeremiah is my 4Xgt. grandfather. He appears likely to have married Jane Owen on 4 May 1799 in Llandinam, Montgomeryshire. I have not found any satisfactory baptism records on Ancestry for children of this marriage but I am aware of possibly 2 children - Jeremiah [born abt. 1806] and Ann [she was the wife of John Evans]. The Jeremiah born c. 1806 could have married 16 June 1826 in Llanbister, Radnorshire to Mary Rees. Jeremiah was of Llandinam, Montogomeryshire. There is a Jeremiah [an Ag. Lab.] in 1841 census with wife Mary and 6 children - H0107/1455/10/20/9. The youngest child was named Jacob and was aged 5 months in 1841. The other schildren were Jane [c.1828], Jeremiah [c.1830], Ann [c.1833] and Elizabeth and Sarah [twins? c. 1835]. I cannot find this family after 1841. Ancestry has just tossed into the mix the following: 1] Jan.-Mar. q. 1854 in Newton [inferred Co. Montgomeryshire] a death of Jeremiah Whilding [no age]. I cannot find an 1851 census for this chap. 2] Jan.-Mar. q. 1840 in Newton[inferred Co. Montgomeryshire] there a 6 names associated with a marriage - 3 men and 3 women. One of the men was a Jeremiah Whilding. The 3 ladies were Jane Brees, Rebecca Davies and Winifred Lloyd. Can we ask for help in unraveling this mess?