Thomas Lewis b.1845 commanded the sailing vessels Cambrian, Seiriol Wyn and the Snowdon. Richard Lewis b.1848 captained the Bootle. Enoch Lewis b.1852 passed as master when he was only twenty-one years of age. He was the son of the previously mentioned Captain John Lewis b.1822, and went to live at Aberdyfi two years after gaining his captaincy. Another Captain John Lewis b. 1857 commanded the Archimies. Thomas Lewis b.1860 was master of the Nesta. William David Lewis b.1867 was mate on the barque Snowdon prior to gaining his captaincy. He went on to command the steamers Boltonhall, Grantleyhall, Hendonhall, Derwenthall, Lindenhall, Siltonhall and the Stanwell over a period of thirty years from 1900. Evan Morgan Lewis b.1869 became captain in 1896 and commanded steamers throughout the First World War, these included the Annie Hough and the British Coast. The Lewis’s also produced two ships engineers, John Lewis b.1865 who served on the Seroun Prince and John Benjamin Lewis b.1876. There is also Captain Richard Basil Lewis 1909-2003, who married Mary Cosnett of Liverpool and spent most of his life at that port...he is buried at Llandre.