Beaumaris Anglesey Family History Guide

Status: Ancient Parish Alternative names: Biwmares Parish church: St. Mary Parish registers begin: Parish registers: 1649 Bishop’s Transcripts: Nonconformists include: Baptists, Independents, and Calvinistic and Wesleyan Methodists Parishes adjacent to Beaumaris Llanfaes Llandegfan Historical Descriptions The Imperial Gazetteer of England & Wales 1870 BEAUMARIS, a town, a parish, and a …

Aberffraw, Anglesey Family History Guide

Status: Alternative names: Aberffro Parish church: St. Beuno Parish registers begin: 1720 Nonconformists include: Calvinistic Methodist Parishes adjacent to Aberffraw Llangwyfan Llanbeulan Trewalchmai Heneglwys Cerrigceinwen Trefdraeth Llangadwaladr Historical Descriptions Beeton’s British Gazetteer 1870 Aberffraw, a village of Anglesey, Wales, 11 miles SE. from Holyhead. It was formerly famous for its castle, or palace, …

Aberfraw Anglesea Universal British Directory 1791

Aberfraw is a small town in Anglesea, North Wales, and lies twenty miles from Holyhead. A bye-road over the sands; fifteen miles from the Head; sixteen miles from Bangor Ferry; six miles from Newburgh; and eight miles from the post road. It derives its name from the river Aber, on …

Holyhead Anglesea Principal Inhabitants Universal British Directory 1791

The following are the principal inhabitants: Gentry Bulkeley Mrs. widow Jeston Mr. Thomas Jones Mrs. widow, Glanrason Jones Mrs. widow, Bodnyfa Owen Madam, widow, Penrhose Robinson Miss Vickers’ Miss, Llanfawr Williams’s Miss