Llewelyn Morris was my grandfather, he died when I was still only two years old & I am sorry to say I have no memory of him at all. I have also heard Llewelyn referred to as Llew, a shortened version of his real name & Jack. I can find no reason for him to have been called Jack.
Birth of Llewelyn Morris.
Llewelyn Morris was born on the 7th of July 1911, in Cadogan Street, Nant-y-moel, Glamorgan, Wales. His mother, Margaret Jane Wylde, registered his birth in August 1911 whilst she was living at Oakfield Street in Nant-y-moel. His father, Benjamin Morris, was a Coal Miner (hewer).
Wedding of Llewelyn Morris & Doris Irene Daniels
Llewelyn Morris got married to Doris Irene Daniels at the Registry Office in Epping, Essex, England. They got married on August 3rd 1935. The wedding certificate shows that Llewelyn was living in Willow Street, Chingford, Essex, England. His profession was entered as a Journeyman Painter & Decorator & his father Benjamin Morris, was a Fishmonger.
The two witnesses on the wedding certificate were E.Davies & E.English.
Children of Llewelyn Morris & Doris Irene Morris.
- Brian Llewelyn Morris. 1936-2005
- Phyliss Patricia Morris. 1940-2022
- David Brinley Morris. 1944-
- John Keith Morris. 1946-2015
- Jean Kathleen Morris. 1952-
Census Records for Llewelyn Morris.
I have been able to find Llewelyn Morris on the 1921 Census & the 1939 register.
This census was taken in Nant-y-moel, Glamorgan, Wales. It shows the family living at 13 Wann Lloyd.
|Name.||Relation to Head.||Age.||Occupation.||Birthplace.|
|Daniel Morris.||Head.||62.||Coal hewer.||Pembrook, Wales.|
|Maria Morris.||Wife.||63.||Home Duties.||Cardigan, Wales.|
|James Lewis Morris.||Son.||18.||Assistant Coal hewer.||Cardigan, Wales.|
|Benjamin Morris.||Son.||34.||Coal Hewer.||Cardigan, Wales.|
|Daniel Edward Morris.||Grandson.||11.||Glamorgan, Wales.|
|Llewelyn Morris.||Grandson.||10.||Glamorgan, Wales.|
|Benjamin Brynley Morris.||Grandson.||6.||Glamorgan, Wales.|
Military Service details for Llewelyn Morris.
Llewelyn Morris served in the Royal Artillery. He enlisted in December 1940 & was released from service in 1946, serving over five years. Llewelyn enlisted in Hartlepool, County Durham, England & his first posting was to Paisley, Renfrewshire, Scotland in 1941. He was then posted to Woolwich, London, England in 1943 for a short time before being posted to Gibraltar where he spent around 3 years.
Death of Llewelyn Morris.
Llewelyn Morris died on the 28th of November 1969 in the family home in Chingford, Essex, England. His son John Morris was the named informant on the death certificate & was present at his death. His occupation at death was listed as a General labourer.
He died from a Myocardial infarction (heart attack), caused by a Coronary thrombosis (blood clot in the heart). His death was registered on December 2nd 1969.
Llewelyn Morris was cremated at Enfield Crematorium in 1969.