Category: Wales

Lydham, Shropshire & Montgomeryshire Family History Guide

Lydham, Shropshire & Montgomeryshire Family History Guide

Lydham is an Ancient Parish partly in Montgomeryshire. Other places in the parish include: Aston. Status: Ancient Parish Parish church: Holy Trinity Parish registers begin: Parish registers: 1596 Bishop’s Transcripts: 1638 Nonconformists include: Parishes adjacent to Lydham Norbury More Bishop’s Castle Hyssington Snead   Historical Descriptions of Lydham The Imperial Gazetteer of England & Wales...

Llanymynech, Shropshire Family History Guide

Llanymynech is an Ancient Parish in Shropshire and partly in Montgomeryshire. Other places in the parish include: Carreghorn, Treprennal, Treprenal, Llwyntydmon, and Llwyntidman. Alternative names: Llan-y-Mynech Status: Ancient Parish Parish church: St. Agatha Parish registers begin: Parish registers: 1666 Bishop’s Transcripts: 1662 Nonconformists include: Parishes adjacent to Llanymynech Oswestry Kinnerley Llandysilio Carreghofa Historical Descriptions Llanymynech...

Llansilin, Shropshire Family History Guide

Llansilin, Shropshire Family History Guide

Llansilin is an Ancient Parish in Shropshire and partly in Denbighshire. Other places in the parish include: Soughton and Sychtyn. Status: Ancient Parish Parish church: St Silin Parish registers begin: Parish registers: 1668 Bishop’s Transcripts: 1666 Nonconformists include: Independent/Congregational and Particular Baptist. Parishes adjacent to Llansilin Trefonen Oswestry Llanyblodwel Rhydycroseau Sycharth Llangadwaladr Cynynion Historical Descriptions...

Old Radnor church early 1900s

Old Radnor Radnorshire Wales Family History Guide

Old Radnor a parish in the county of Radnorshire, Wales Alternative names: Pencraig, Maesyfed Hen. Parish church: St. Stephen The parish contains the townships of Lower Harpton, electorally in Hereford, part of Upper Harpton, and all Ednol, all Walton and Womaston, all Evenjobb, Newcastle, Barland, and Burfa, and all Kinnerton, Salford, and Badland Chapels of...

St Matthew's church, Llanelwedd early 1900s by Percy Benzie Abery (1876–1948)

Llanelwedd Radnorshire Family History Guide

Status: Ancient Parish Parish church: St. Matthew Parish registers begin: Baptisms and burials: 1773; marriages: 1796 Nonconformists include: Public elementary school built in 1895 for 106 children. Parishes adjacent to Llanelwedd Llanddewi’r cwm Builth Llanfaredd Disserth Llansantffraid-in-Elvel Historical Descriptions The Imperial Gazetteer of England & Wales 1870 LLANELWEDD, a parish in the district of Builth and county...

Clyro Radnorshire Wales Family History Guide

Clyro is a parish in the county of Radnorshire, Wales. Bettws Clyro is a chapel of ease to Clyro. Clyro parish includes: Bettws Clyro, Bronydd Parish church: St. Michael (rebuilt in 1853) Chapel of ease: Holy Trinity, Bettws Clyro (rebuilt in 1878) Parish registers begin: 1666 Nonconformists include: Baptist and Congregational Schools: Public Elemenatry School...

Cascob Radnorshire Wales Family History Guide

Cascob is a parish in the county of Radnorshire, South Wales. Alternative names: Casgob Parish church: St. Michael and all Angels Parish registers begin: the register originally dated from the year 1624, but the first volume containing the records from 1624 to 1680 has been lost. Cascob parish includes Litton Nonconformists include: Schools: National (Elementary)...

Bryngwyn Radnorshire Wales Family History Guide

Bryngwyn is a parish in the county of Radnorshire South Wales. Parish church: St Michael and All Angels (restored 1874-77) Parish registers begin: 1614 Nonconformists include: Congregation (chapel at Rhosgoch erected in 1839). The children of this parish attend the schools at Newchurch & Llanbedr Painscastle Parishes adjacent to Bryngwyn Clyro Llanbedr Painscastle Colva Glascwm...