Some starting points: Thomas Trevor ApSimon, Nancy Isabella Davies, William Henry Tangye and Edgar Gladstone Cowtan and Laura Eliza Chard. There are quite remote connections to the engineer Richard Trevithick Tangye, the film director David Lean and the airman-author-spy Nigel Tangye. The latter, first cousins, were both married to Ann Todd. The first recorded Tangye is John Tangye, whose descendants can be found in this report. The living and those who have been dead for less than 25 years have been excluded from the public version, which is the version accessible via search.

There is also a private site: Exhibits include the full version of this; the First World War and other correspondence of Thomas Trevor ApSimon (Royal Army Medical Corps; 1880-1976) and Arthur Tryweryn ApSimon (Royal Welch Fusiliers; 1883-1917) and the war photos of the former, mostly from the desert campaign with the 52nd Lowland Division in Sinai and Palestine; Arthur Massey ApSimon (1927-2019), being the foine startings of a loife, as told to TGA by AMA, HTA and others; family photos scanned from AMA's slides and other sources; my English translation of the autobiography of Robert Thomas, bardic name Ap Vychan (1809-1880), lichen gatherer, blacksmith and Congregationalist minister from Ty Coch, friend of Thomas Jones (1801-47). Future items may include translations from the Welsh of tub-thumping political oratory by Simon Jones of Bala (1805-73) and what appears to be the burlesque diary of Thomas Jones in Llanuwchllyn, Liverpool and Utica.



I've written some PHP to generate a simple Gramps XML sitemap. I can put up an online generator if someone else needs this functionality, which ensures that Google indexes all your pages.