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I was recently contacted by Peter Aubrey-Smith. He is my third cousin, once removed on the Lewis branch of my family tree. He had seen my research on ancestry.com and decided to contact me. We have since been sharing information back and forth, but the grand prize came the other day when he shared with me a portrait picture of a woman that his family firmly believes is Jane Lewis.
Jane Lewis is the sister of Henry William Lewis who is my great, great grandfather. Jane (b. circa 1844 in Llanmdock, Wales) married William Henry Hunter (b. circa 1844 in Barstaple, England) on October 16, 1865. Together they had at least 5 children. Peter is the descendant of their fourth child, Margaret Grace Hunter.
My cousin in Pennsylvania has letters from Jane to the Lewis family in New York I have not seen them yet, but now I am excited to get my hand on them now.