Ezekiel Hughes could benefit from Welsh speakers

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One of the first Welsh settlers in Ohio is Ezekiel Hughes.  Apparently, his ancestry has been done:  Evan ap Owen Fach (d.1680) to Hugh Evan ap Owen (d. 1720) to Edward Hughes to Richard Hughes (b. 1700) to William Hughes (b. 1725) to Richard who married Mary Jones. 

The family lived for generations on the farm called Cum Carnedd Uchaf,  leased from Sir Watkin William Wynne, located in Llanbryn-mair, Montgomeryshire, North Wales.  The records available are in Welsh which I can't read.   

So, if anyone from Wales or the Wales Project wants to take this man and connect him to his ancestors it would be wonderful.  It would also be great to be able to connect him to his cousin and good friend, Edward Bebb, also from Llanbryn-mair:  https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Bebb-61


WikiTree profile: Ezekiel Hughes
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