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Bayvil, Begelly, Blackpool Mill, Bletherston, Boncath, Bosheston, Boulston, Brawdy, Bridell, Broadhaven, Burton Parish.

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Bayvil                    (OS 102406 )

St. Andrew: circular churchyard containing tiny disused Georgian church - twin bellcote box pews and triple decker pulpit.

(Acc/to A topographical Dictionary of Wales - S. Lewis. 1834.)

BAYVILL, a parish in the hundred of KEMMES,

County of Pembroke, South Wales, 3 miles (ENE) from Newport, containing 160 inhabitants. This small parish, which is situated in the northern part of the county, and within a short distance of the coast is intersected by a tributary stream, which rises to the north of the church, and falls into the river Nevern near its influx into the sea at Newport bay. The living is a discharged vicarage, consolidated with that of Moylgrove, in the archdeaconry of Cardigan, and diocese of St. David's, rated in the King's books at 5, and endowed with 800 royal bounty. The church is dedicated to St. Andrew. There is a place of worship for Independents. The poor are supported by an average annual assessment amounting to 24. 5.

Bayvill - (Pembrokeshire Parsons.)

St. Andrew the Apostle.

This benefice was appropriated to the Abbey of St. Dogmaels in Kemes, probably by Robert Martin, Lord of the Lordship Marcher of Kemes.

It is evident, however, that there was formerly a rectory here, as in 1493 Hugh ap Thomas was presented to the Rectory of Bayvil by the Abbot of St. Dogmaels. - Episcopal Register.

On the 7th May, 1691, Griffith Rice, curate of Bayvil and Moylgrove, subscribed to the King's Supremacy. - (Watsons's Subscrip.)

It would appear from this that Bayvil and Moylgrove parishes were probably at that time united, and continued so until 22 March, 1879, when they were disunited under an Order in Council.

Bavyle. - Viearia ibidem es collaeione abbatis Sancti Dogmaelis unde Johannes . . . est vicarius valet communibus annis 60s. Inde decima 6s. - (Valor Eccl.)

Under heading Living Discharged :Bayvill V. with Moylgrove (St. Andrew) Abb. St. Dogmael s Propr. The Prince of Wales. Clear yearly value, 6 10s; 20 King's Books, 5. - (Bacon's Liber Regis.)

In 1714 the living was sequestrated, and David Parry was then curate. - (Visitation Book.)

Rectors

1493            David Jevan.

1493. Nov. 25. Hugh ap Thomas vice David Jevas, deceased.

 

Vicars

1535-6       John. .........

1691          Griffith Rice.

1739. Aug. 1.  Morgan Gwynne.

1783. Mar. 21. Lewis Walters, vice Morgan Gwynne, deceased.

1809. Jul. 21. Daniel Davies, B.D. vice Lewis Walters deceased.

1846. Jan. 14.  David Evan Morgan, vice Daniel Davies, D. D., deceased.

1867. Jul. 26.  Thomas Richardson, M.A., vice David Evan Morgan, deceased

1879. Sep.11.  Isaac Hughes Jones, vice Thomas Richardson, resigned.

1893. Oct. 30. John Owen Evans, vice Isaac Hughes Jones, who died on 12 June, 1893,

1911. Oct. 30. Lewis Roderick, vice John Owen Evans. deceased, died on 26 March, 1911

 

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Begelly

(Acc/to South Pembrokeshire Place Names -- P. Valentine Harris.)

The old spelling is Bugeli, which may be a tribal name from the personal name Bugail (Welsh, Bugail, a shepherd) the Taxatio of 1291, however has Urgeby or Beg geby cum capel which suggests a Norse name Urb or Wrb.

(Acc/to The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park by Dillwyn Miles.)

The tall church tower commands a wide view over the surrounding countryside and was used as a watchtower even during WWII. A Norman castle mound was destroyed in 1941 so as to extend the churchyard.

Augustus John spent some of his boyhood in the Big House and looked with envy upon the free living Gypsies of Kingsmoor Common below.

The local collieries produced 50,000 tonnes of anthracite during the last century.

(Royal Commission on Ancient Monuments 1925.)

Church thoroughly restored 1886 when many interesting features were destroyed.

(Acc/to The old Parish Churches of South West Wales by Mike Slater.)

The 14C north chapel has two arches to the chancel and one to the nave. The nave, chancel and small south transept with a squint are all probably 13C. The lofty vaulted west tower is probably 16C but the battlements are later.

Begelly St. Mary -   (Glynne Welsh Churches 1847 p. 126.)

Begelly has much the general character of the district. The plan is a west tower, nave and chancel with a north aisle ranging along the eastern portion only, and a small transeptal chapel and porch to the south. The chancel arch is pointed with mouldings In the north east angle is the rood - door and the steps remain.  

(RCAM. Pembroke 1921 No 36.)

The edifice was thoroughly renovated in 1886 when several of the ancient features were swept away. The chancel arch is pointed, and on its western end are two cordels which supported the rood loft.

Names associated with the Parish

Davies  Rev. James   1610           Begelly          WWHR Vol1 P 307  father of Thomas Davies  rector Gumfreston                         

Morse  John            1543            Begelye           PRO223/423          Churchwarden          

Rowse  Phillip         1543            Begwlye          PRO 223/423         Churchwarden   

Begelly

Burkeley Philipps Esquire

The third son of the  "Good Sir John" 4th Baronet and the younger brother of Sir Erasmus 5th Baronet and Sir John 6th Baronet.

He married Philippa Adams of Holyland Pembroke. Although in the family traditions he was of minor importance, being a younger son, the whole future of the Picton Estate stems from him. He had no children from his marriage but after the death of his wife he was reputed to have adopted an illegitimate daughter by a woman named Maria Philippa Artemisia and gave the young girl the surname "Philipps". Her real name was Mary Philippa Artemisia. Bulkeley Philipps died in 1776 and after his death she married James Child of Begelly and she herself had a daughter whom she named Maria Artemisia. She died in 1786. Her daughter Maria Artemistia, married the son of the Vicar of Roch and Nolton, the Rev. John Grant, who succeeded his father in these livings. The father, the old Vicar, had been mad for some years.

This John Gant was said to have been the man who invented what was called the yard wheel for measuring distances and he was looked at askance in the Haverfordwest of that time running behind his peculiar wheel.

Their son was named Richard Bulkeley Philipps Grant. This boy's father, the Rev. John Grant, in addition to inventing the measuring wheel gained a great deal of notoriety because of his condemning those of his parishioners from Roch and Nolton who, whilst looting a wrecked ship containing a cargo of Gunpowder on Druidston Sands caused it to blow up, killing many and blinding others. He was said to have declared openly that it was an act of God punishing them for their wickedness. Maria Artemisia, upon the death of her first husband, the Rev. John Grant married as her second the Rev. Alexander Gwyther, the Vicar of Yardley in Worcestershire. By him she had a second son who later became the Rev. James Henry Alexander Gwyther, Vicar of St Mary's Church Haverfordwest.

Richard Burkley Philipps Grant and his half brother, the Rev. James Henry Alexander Gwther, in turn, inherited the vast Picton castle estates, both changing their surnames to "Philipps", thus causing those of closer relationship to become disinherited.

(Acc/to A topographical Dictionary of Wales - S Lewis. 1834.)

BEGELLY, a parish in the hundred of NARBERTH, county of Pembroke , South Wales , 5s miles (S by E.) from Narberth, on the road to Tenby, containing, with the chapelry of Williamston, which supports its own poor, 996 inhabitants. The substratum of the soil in this parish is coal, of excellent quality, and in great request for the drying of malt and hops by the proprietors of breweries and distilleries: it is chiefly procured by a company under Sir R. B. P. Philipps, Bart., and J. M. Childe, Esq., who are the chief proprietors of the soil, and receive one-sixth part, as their share of the produce: there are also some smaller proprietors, who exact one-fifth, and even one-fourth, part from those who work only on a limited scale. A railway has been commenced from the mines, leading over Kings Moor to Saundersfoot, in the parish of St. Issels, which is now in progress, and which, when completed, will greatly contribute to promote the interests of the surrounding neighbourhood. Iron-ore is also found, both above and below the strata of coal, and, during the existence of the Pembrey Iron Company, was procured in great quantities and with considerable benefit to the proprietors; but, since the stoppage of those works, the search for it has been discontinued. The shale which is found with the coal exhibits many interesting specimens of the fern and reed plants, and pyrites of iron have also been discovered.

The living is a discharged rectory, in the arch deaconry and diocese of St. David's, rated in the king s books at 12. 19. 2., and in the patronage of Sir R. B. P. Philipps, Bart. The church is an ancient structure, in the early style of English architecture, with a lofty tower, and is pleasantly situated near Begelly Hall, by the trees surrounding which it is partly concealed.

The chapel of Williamston is a rude structure without a tower, standing in the hamlet of that name.

The parsonage-house is situated on part of a stratum of coal, which has been wrought all round it, and, if the excavation had been continued, it would have endangered the stability of the building, There is a place of worship for Calvinistic Methodists. Near the parsonage house are the remains of a cromlech, which has been thrown down; and in its vicinity is a tumulus supposed to have been raised to the memory of some unknown chieftain. The poor are maintained by an average annual expenditure amounting to 84 16s.

Begelly - (Pembrokeshire Parsons.)

This living is now a rectory with the chapelry of East Williamston annexed. No mention of the chapel of East Williamston occurs in the Valor Eccl., but George Owen writing in 1594, states that it was then dependent on Begelly. The same authority says that there was an-other chapel of ease under Begelly, called St. Thomas Chapel. Owen's Pem. The site of this chapel has now been lost. The Rev. Henry Phillips, Rector of Begelly who has recently made careful enquiry in the neighbourhood, says that he has failed to find any trace of a site bearing a name suggestive of a church or Chapel near the village called Thomas Chapel in the parish, but there is little doubt that the site must have been in or close to that village.

Under the name of Urgelys Begelly Church with its chapel was assessed in 1291 at 12, the tenths payable to the King being 24s. - Taxatio.

Bygley Rectoria.Ecclesia ibidem ex presentaaone predicti Johannis Wogan armigeri unde Johannes Tanke, clerieus, est rector habens matlsionelll. Et valet fructus hujusmodi beneficii x vjs viijd. Inde sol in visita-cione ordinaria quolibet tercio anno. 13t Archid quolibet amo pro sinodalibus et plucuraz:iuI us vjg iced. Et remanet clare 2 19S. 11d. Inde decima 25S. 11d. - (Valor Eccl.)

Under the heading Livings Discharged Begeley, alias Bige11y R. Syn. and Prox. 6s. gd. John Wogan, Esq., 1535. Sir John Philips, Bart., 1700. Elizabeth Philips, widow, 1765;. Baron Milford, 1779. Clear yearly value, 47 King's Books, 12 19s. 2d. Under the heading of Not in Charge Williamston Chapel to Begeley, Lord Milford. - (Bacon's Liber Regis.)

On 28 Oct., 1881, a piece of ground, added to Begelly churchyard, was consecrated.

On 9 May, 1885, authority was granted for a removal of a cowhouse belonging to the rectory.

On 8 July, 1886, a facility was granted fur the restoration of the parish church, a license having been issued on 11 June in the same year, for the celebration of divine service in the barn of the rectory during the restoration.

On 6 June, 1891, authority was granted for the removal of an old barn belonging to the rectory.

Described as Ecclesia Sancts aria de Castro Wiz, this church was granted bv Wizo, lord of Wiston, his son Walter, and Walter the son of the said Walter, to the Knights of St. John of Jerusalem.  (Anselm's Confirm. Charter.) On the dissolution of the preceptory of Slebech, the advowson came into the hands of the Crown.

Williamston East

Under the heading "Not in Charge": Williamston Chapel to Begeley. Lord Milford. - (Bacon's Liber Regis.)

Rectors

1534                     John Tank

1557. Jan 4      Nicholas Nicolls, vice . . . . resigned

1599. Aug. 7.  Phillip Simons.

1610. Oct 23  James Davies

1650                 George Owen

                         John Davies

1685. Apr. 24. William James

1692. Sep. 13. William James

1700. Dec. 6.   John Griffith

1721.  Sept 4  Owen Phillips, M.A., vice John Griffith, deceased.

1767. Apr 23  Edward Philipps, B.A., vice Owen Philipps M.A., deceased.

1779. Dec. 2.  William Philipps, M.A.,12 vice Edward Philipps, instituted to Lampeter Velfrey.

1793. May 13. John Williams.

1802. May 12. Thomas Seth Jones Thomas,  vice John Williams, deceased.

1839. Nov. 4  Richard Buckby, B.A. vice Thomas Seth Jones Thomas, deceased

1884. Jun. 10. Frederick Ball, M.A..15 vice Richard Buckby, deceased, who died on 23 Feb., 1884.

1892. Sep. 23. George Harries, vice Frederick Ball, resigned.

1894. May 4.  Frederick Ball, vice George Harris, resigned.

1902. Feb. 26 Henry Phillip, vice Frederick Ball, instituted to Wolfhamcote, Dioc. of Worcester.

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Blackpool Mill

(Acc/to Sir Francis Dashwood.)

Blackpool Mill stands on the bank of the Eastern Cleddau which rises in the Prescelly mountains and runs down into Milford Haven past Blackpool. Recent research confirms that the bluestones at Stonehenge were cut from the Prescelly range in about 1700 BC and were hauled down the hills to Canaston bridge, about one mile from Blackpool, where they were launched on rafts for their voyage around the Milford Haven coast and then overland to Stonehenge, a distance of 135 miles as the crow flies. There were about 80 of these great stones, the largest weighing as much as 4 tons It has been estimated that 5,000 men must have been required over a period of several years for this great undertaking.

In early times Blackpool was part of the vast forest of Narberth in which special rights were established and maintained. It is recorded in 1357 that  "8s. was yearlie received of 91 burgages and 5 censuaries in the villages of Narbut, Templeton, Robertson, Caneston and Moylaston . . . ld. for a certayne custom then caled virsilver and 4. 11s. 3d. also for custome payd for lybertie of goings of cattle in the said forest" (Virsilver probably stands for fire-silver which was a payment made annually by tenants to the lord as a sort of hearth tax or chimney money probably to compensate the lord for the fuel taken in the forest for keeping the fires going).

Later in 1581 Morgan Phillips had a lease for  "pannage of hogs and wild honey in the forest of Narberth". The pigs lived in the woods feeding off the nuts and mast from the trees a practice still to be found in parts of Europe and occasionally in Britain.

Much of the land in this area was a gift of local magnates to the Knights of St. John of Jerusalem in the 11th century. This religious order of hospitallers had their commandery at Slebech, which is about a mile down from Blackpool and on the opposite bank. It was then one of the most important commanderies in Britain. Now all that remains of the buildings is the Knights Chapel which stands roofless, by the water s edge.

Following the dissolution of the Monasteries by Henry VIII, the land of the hospitallers was sold by the Crown to Thomas and Roger Barlow in 1646. They had previously held it as tenants. The Barlows were rich Tudor magnates with powerful connections at Court. Slebech remained in their possession for over 200 years, eventually passing to Ann, the only daughter of George Barlow. Her husband died in 1766 and she married in 1773, John Symmons who subsequently sold the estate to William Knox. The latter may have bought the property in order to prospect for coal and silver; he carried out extensive mining trials at Minwear near Blackpool but failed to find any good seams. In 1792 he sold the estate to Nathaniel Phillips through Mr. Christie, the founder of the famous London firm of auctioneers.

Nathaniel was a wealthy plantation owner from Jamaica, shipping sugar and rum from his estates to England. At his death Slebech passed to his daughter, Mary Dorothea, who married in 1822 Charles Frederick, Baron de Rutzen, a Polish nobleman and a relative of Field Marshal Potemkin, the favourite of Catherine the Great of Russia.

The estate now belongs to Sir Francis Dashwood Bart. of West Wycombe in Buckinghamshire.

There is a reference to Blackpool itself in a lease by the Crown to John Watkins in 1555 of  "Caniston Mills . . and all that pool called the Blackpool" at a rent of 7 0. 12 and an even earlier reference that "David Tew farmed the grist mill there called Canyston Mylne together with le Wayre (weir) and le Blake Pool at a rent of 10." It is interesting to note that Blackpool was otherwise called crooked poole in 1609.

Before this both Canaston Mill and Blackpool belonged to Rhys ap Griffith who was convicted of high treason and forfeited his properties. Black pool was of value for the fishing, the weir and the ford for crossing the river. A deed of 1573 mentions 2 grist and 2 fulling mills in this area but it is not certain that there was a mill at Blackpool at that date. Another document dated 1587 refers to tolls of Caneston Mill for grinding.

At the end of the 18th century, we find Nathaniel Phillips receiving 10shillings for every sloop and 5shillings for every lighter on account of navigation and wharfage for loading and discharging at Blackpool.

THE FISHING.

The river abounded in fish and the fishing was a valuable asset. In 1760 Robert Morgan leased the fishing rights from Canaston Bridge to Blackpool for 16 16s. 0d. There was a weir built of piles filled with large stones and rubbish and with strong wattling in five or six tiers about a quarter of a mile upstream from Blackpool. It was rebuilt in about 1846 in solid stone.

People used to come out on Sundays to watch the salmon jump the weir and it was not unusual in the 1850's. to see salmon of 7 lbs. or over and sewin of 2 to 3 lbs. go over the top.

The Mill lead was, a favourite place for catching fish and people used to fill their baskets with little salmon known as  "shed". Near the weir there was a fish trap known as the  "Slaughter" and as many as 40 or 60 sewin were caught at a time here.

Not unnaturally, this abundance of fish encouraged poaching which was carried out extensively, but matters came to a head in 1830 then there was a violent clash at Blackpool between the Poachers and the men of Baron de Rutzen. The Baron had previously taken to court two Llewellyns who questioned the right of the Baroness to the fishing. Magistrates let them off with a warning against further poaching.

Some time later the Baron was warned that poachers were planning to net the river on a centain night. So his Agent, William Currie, collected twenty men and they watched the river. In due course John & Isaac Llewellyn were spotted coming downstream in a coracle and netting the drawpool between Blackpool and the weir. Currie asked them to stop several times but they refused to take any notice. So two of Currie's men seized the coracles and pulled them ashore.

One of Llewellyn's  shouted Murder and immediately squibs were fired from the lime kiln and horns were sounded in the wood.

As the coracles were being carried to the bridge, a large party of men, some armed with sticks, set upon Currie s men. In the ensuing fight six of Currie s men were beaten and two seriously injured. Currie himself only just escaped, pursued by several men.

The Llewellyns were subsequently taken to Court where they pleaded guilty on the understanding that they would not be indicted providing the offense was not repeated.

On another more recent occasion it was discovered that a grating had been ingeniously rigged up at the bottom of the opening of the lower waste water sluice of the Mill. When the fish hit the grating they fell back into a basket. Eventually, to put an end to this type of poaching, the gates of the Mill lead were blown up in 1954 and water power was replaced by electricity.

There were ten flood gates altogether, one by the Mill, two further up called the Jackses, six more by *le weir and the  "old sluice". At flood times, the sluice gate at the  "slaughter" by the weir was opened first and the mill gate last. Today there is very little water in the mill lead and the fishing in the river is let to a local syndicate.

THE IRON FORGE.

At the beginning of the 16th century or possibly even earlier an iron forge was set up at Blackpool. The site was chosen because of the abundant local supply of timber and anthracite and good access to the sea. It was let in 1635 by the Barlows to George Mynns of  Woodcote in Surrey and there are records of the sale of coal-pit timber at that time.

In 1709 George Harcourt made a proposal to change the forge into a furnace but we hear no more of the ironworks until 1760 when it was let to an iron maker called Robert Morgan. With the death of John Morgan in 1805, the lease came to an end. His sons Charles and John wanted to continue and proposed to erect a pair of cylinders to blow three fires and to apply for an Act of Parliament to take off the duty on pit coal which they intended to use rather than charcoal.

However, trade was poor and by March 1806 they had made little iron owing to the scarcity of charcoal and inadequate supplies of timber. The forge needed 6 to 700 loads of summer and winter wood. Furthermore, great advances were being made in ironmaking in  Manchester and they were facing stiff competition. Coal had risen 300 per cent in price, the cost of labour and cordwood had also risen and the supply of the latter was less sure. It was difficult to keep the forge supplied owing to the uncertainty of navigation due to the tides.

The Morgans refused to agree a higher rent and quit the forge in 1806 taking with them most of the equipment, the anvil block, the cast iron hammer wheel, the namer, beam, gudgeon and rings. Their lease for 52 12. 6d. had included the forge, shed, coke house, coke oven, stable, iron house, seven cottages, carpenter's shop, flood gates and locks.

THE MILL.

The iron forge was replaced in 1813 by the existing mill which was built by Nathaniel, the son of Nathaniel Phillips He erected  "a large grist mill and over that river a commodious and ornamental bridge which was so placed to unite two roads which had long existed."

In 1833 the mill was insured for 1,300 at a premium of 14 18s. 0d. as  follows:

Cornmill including grinding stones 700

Machinery including water wheel     300

Storehouses, stables and pigsties   100

(adjoining but detached)

Dwelling house and of offices near 200

In 1842 John Butler became the tenant at a rent of 194. Two years later he was complaining of a broken beam and the need for a new pit and wheel. The wheel had broken as a result of a jar which occurred at every turn of the wheel and caused the beam to break. The following autumn the flood gates were destroyed by the Rebeccades, followers of Rebecca. This movement was responsible for destroying toll gates, weirs, etc., in protest against social and economic conditions during the period 1839-1842.

By the end of the 19th century the mill machinery was badly in need of repair and an estimate was prepared by the tenant Wyndham Pike in 1897 of the work involved. In 1901 the firm of Joseph J. Armfield of Ringwood in Hampshire was called in and produced a report with their recommendations. The water wheel was 15ft. in diameter and 1ft. 9ins. wide; it had four sets of wooden arms and cast iron arm bosses secured to an 8in. square wrought iron shaft. The wheel was past repair and was of a very old type which was very wasteful of water. The pit wheel was 9 feet in diameter. Both wheels were in a poor state with the teeth badly worn.

There were four pairs of millstones working, two for barley, one for maize and one for wheat; some of the equipment including the stone spindles, the flytackle and the hoist needed replacing. The building itself was in very good repair.

The fall of the water was 13ft 6ins when the tide was out and 3 to 4ft. when it was in.

As a result of Armfield's recommendations, the mill was reequipped the same year with a 25in. double horizontal British Empire Turbine. This turbine would work at 32 hp. with a 13 foot fall and at 5 hp. with 4 foot fall. It would also work in tail water which the old wheel would not do. Owing to its high speed, the old heavy gearing would be replaced by high speed gearing which required less power and would greatly reduce wear and tear.

Among the other new equipment that was supplied were four sets of millstone hurstings, one set of 3 self-emptying bins, a complete exhaust system and a single chain sack hoist. The cost was 604. Minor repairs were also carried out to the mill lead.

G. W. Pike was granted a lease in 1903 but by 1913 he was in financial trouble. He had spent 123 14s. 6d. on equipment which included a pair of millstones to replace one of the four original pairs which had split, a weighbridge, a cake crusher, a saw bench and corn rolls - the latter were required because customers were going elsewhere to get their oats rolled. Pike asked the Baron de Rutzen for help to re-equip and repair; in particular the flour machine, installed in about 1855 had broken down.

In 1915, repairs were carried out to the mill lead and new hatches were installed. Additional equipment consisting of a Sour dressing plant with automatic feeder, stone metal scalper and centrifugal dressing machine, was also introduced by Joseph J. Armfield & Co. There were four pairs of stones for grinding wheat, one pair for grinding barley, one for shelling oats and one for the manufacture of pearl barley. The mill had a kiln.

Pike reported that "wheatgrinding is the mainstay as oil engines and crushers for barley and oats are taking the place of country mills. Blackpool is the only mill for miles around for wheat grinding and making flour."

Pike ran the mill successfully during the first World War and also derived an income from loading timber from the wharf. In 1919 he was earning 2d. a ton for 527 tons loaded. The same year he sank a new well at Blackpool l9ft.deep for which he charged 11 15s. 0d.

Little change occurred in the working of the mill until the Second World War when some of the sieves were removed on orders from the Government to stop flour being illegally produced. The local farmers continued to patronize the mill although it was used more for storage than for grinding. With the introduction of electricity at the mill in 1954, the old machinery became redundant and the mill was used by the tenant, Mr. Williams, for grinding and storing corn.

In 1968 the late Lady Victoria Dashwood embarked on a programme of restoration of Blackpool Mill which had been rebuilt in 1813 by her ancestor Nathaniel Phillips. The Mill was part of the Slebech Estate and had passed to her following the death of her father John, Baron de Rutzen, whilst serving with the Welsh Guards in Italy in 1944. Extensive repairs were made not only to the Mill itself but also to the corn milling machines, and the water powered turbine that drove it, and an attractive cafe was created at one end of the Mill.

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Bletherston

(Acc/to South Pembrokeshire Place Names - P. Valentine Harris.)

1326 Bletheriston  "Blethry's tun." Perhaps from the personal name Blethery or Bledri on the old pilgrims route to St. Davids.

13c church dedicated to St. Mary on suspected site of an old Celtic church dedicated to St. Elen the Welsh wife of the Roman Emperor Magnus Maximus.

Contains a norman font with 5 sides and memorials to the Colby family.

(Royal Commission on Ancient Monuments (1925).)

Church thoroughly restored in 1886-9.

(Acc/to The old Parish Churches of South West Wales by Mike Slater.)

There is an easter Sepulchre in the chancel north wall. Much of the walling may be 13c like the pentagonal font, but the west doorway and the south aisle with a doorway and three bay arcade are early 16C.

Bletheston - (Pembrokeshire Parsons.)

This vicarage was originally a chapelry and seems at a very early date to have been annexed to the Church of Llawhaden. On 12 Jan. 1887, a faculty was granted confirming the restoration of the parish church, and for completing the unfinished portions thereof.

(South Wales by Wade 1913.)

(Perhaps Bleddyn's ton) a parish in Pembrokeshire 4m east of Clarbeston Road. The church contains a pentagonal font - an unusual shape and a plain arcade of early origin. In the north wall of the chancel is a tomb lacking an effigy.

(According to A Topographical Dictionary of Wales by S. Lewis. 1834.)

BLETHERSTON, a parish in the hundred of Dun-Gleddy, county of Pembroke , South Wales , 7 miles (NW by N) from Narberth, containing 300 inhabitants. The living is a consolidated vicarage with Llawhaden, in the archdeaconry and diocese of St. David s. Several silver coins were found here about ten years ago, but they were immediately sold at Haverfordwest, and smelted; so that nothing is known of their date or history. There is an estate in this parish, called Langridge, which belongs to the Bishop of St. David s. The average annual expenditure for the support of the poor is 133. 16.

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Boncath

(from Welsh word for Buzzard)

Former Railway village between Cardigan and Crymych.

(The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park by Dillwyn Miles.)

A village that grew when the Whitland and Taf Vale Railway was extended to Cardigan in 1885. Ffynnone nearby, was designed by John Nash in 1793 but the house was remodelled in 1904. Cilwendeg, now a home for the elderly is a Georgian house with a shell lined grotto, that was built on the proceeds of the last privately owned lighthouse in Britain, the Skerries, off Anglesey.  (See Also Orielton )

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Bosheston        (Jottings by B H J Hughes)

A neat little village near the south coast of the Castlemartin Peninsula.

The parish churchyard has a 14th century Cross bearing the head of Christ at the intersection.

Nearby features of interest include the popular Bosherston Lily Ponds, St. Govan's Chapel, and the delightful Broad Haven (South) beach.

Pre-History - Royal Commission on Ancient Monuments.

STONE-AXE FOUND NEAR PEMBROKE.

Described as a beautiful, finely ground and polished, stone-axe was found by Mr. William Jones, on the 4th October, 1929, in the earth at the entrance to a rabbits hole, in the east hedge 500 yards along the lane leading to Trevallen farm, from the junction of that lane and the road leading to St. Govan's (O. S. 6in. sheet Pemb. 43 S.W.), in the parish of Bosheston, 5 miles south of Pembroke. The axe is 6 ins. in length and 3 ins. in width above the cutting edge. The maximum thickness is 1 1/2 ins. The cutting edge is crescent-shaped and in perfect condition. The butt-end, however, is not worked so perfectly. The stone is felsite, of a dull yellowish colour.

The axe is at present at Bosherston, in the possession of the finder. A G. O. MATHIAS.

Freyneslake Tumulus

This is a ruined sepulchral mound on Bosherston Burrows immediately south of North Hill. In 1880 it was carefully trenched, and found to be constructed of stones and sand, and to cover a Kist containing two skeletons. One of the skulls, now in the Tenby Museum, was described by the late Professor Rolleston as "the beautifully typical brachycaphalic skull of a young female". With it were pig, sheep or goat bones, white water-worn pebbles, and fragments of well-baked black ware (Laws, Little England, 29). The mound has a present height of 5 feet, and a base circumference of 140 feet. Visited, 14th June, 1922. (RCAM.)

Buckspool Down Fort

A well-preserved promontory fortress south of Buckspool Down. The defences consist of a rampart and a shallow ditch about 200 feet in length thrown across a neck of land which falls on either side by inaccessible cliffs to the sea. The rampart rises some 6 feet from the level and drops 8 feet to the ditch; though somewhat weathered it is in good preservation. The entrance is from the north-east. - Visited, 14th June, 1922. (RCAM.)

Fishpond Camp

Fenton (Tour, p.419), referring to this camp states that, in one of the ditches of which, by a labourer raising a hedge; was dug up half a skeleton, the upper part with a sort of brazen ring on his breast, perhaps a rude broach. "This is doubtless the large earthwork, 400 feet long by 250 feet broad, known as the Fishpond. The defence to the east is by steep slopes, the fall to the west has been artificially sharped, while the exposed front to the north has two ramparts, the inner much denuded, the outer about 80 yards beyond, with the remains of a ditch. The entrance was in the north angle. The enclosed area is level and strewn with loose boulders. Lieut.-Colonel W. Morgan, R.E., F.S.A. an ex-Commissioner, points out that; from beings situate on the sea this earthwork is generally described as a cliff castle, but the amount of protection it derives from it is but small. For this reason it is a very unlikely situation for the natives to select as a refuge, and a most suitable one for invaders." - Visited, 14th June, 1922 (RCAM.)

The Parish Church dedicated to St. Michael.

Church late 13c Probably built on the site of an earlier church.This cruciform buildings known in 1488 as the church of Stackpole Bosher" consists of chancel 21 1/2 feet by 13 feet, nave (32 1/2 feet by 18 feet), north transept (12 feet by 9 feet), west tower (16 feet square), and south porch. The Church was restored in 1855 when the Norman windows where replaced by the present Gothic style and much other restoration was done, including a new chancel arch and roof.

In the south-east angle of the chancel are a plain double piscina and an aumby; in the south-west angle is a squint. On either side of the chancel arch are two corbels which supported the rood beam. The transepts and nave are vaulted, both transepts opening to the nave with plain pointed arches. The tower is of three storeys, and finished with battlements above a corbel table. At its south-eastern corner is an unlighted set of seventy-six stairs. A stone bench, which in the year 1850 ran round the tower, has been removed. The three floors are lighted by plain slits. The font has been scraped and altered; it was apparently of the square Norman type commonly found in the county. The Norman font has been lined with lead and provided with an oak lid.

1872 three light stained glass window by Clayton and Bell depicting life of Christ dedicated to rector for 41yrs - were erected

Two interesting effigies are illustrated and fully described in Arch. Camb. (1909 VI, ix,345). They appear to be of 14th-century date. The one is hidden by pews. One is of the Dowager Duchess of Buckingham the other one a Crusader.

The south transept has a squint and contains a crudely made figure, whilst the north transept contains an effigy of a veiled lady with a dog at her feet. Both transepts have 14c ogival headed piscinae and pointed tunnel-vaults like that of the probably slightly earlier nave. There are corbels for a rood beam across the chancel arch but the arch itself has been renewed. The west tower has a round arched vault.

The Church was extensively restored in 1855 along with the other Churches on his estate. by John Fredenck Campbell, first Earl of Cawdor, the local landowner at the time, then living at Stackpole Court. Its old high backed pews have disappeared and its Norman windows have been replaced by those of later Gothic design. The Cawdor arms may be seen in the tiling of the Chancel and Sanctuary floor.  

The East Window.

This lovely window of nine lights. depicting the Annunciation, the Nativity, the Baptism, the Agony in the Garden, the Crucifixion, the Burial, the Resurrection, the Ascension and Pentecost, was erected in memory of the Rev. D. William Allen. Rector 1831-1872.

The Diary of William's wife Frances. was discovered recently covering the period from 1832 to 1865 it furnishes a fascinating picture of country clergy life in South Pembrokeshire in the early l9th. century .

The transept Windows.

These four lights are erected in memory of another incumbent of Bosherston the Ven, David Edward Williams (1913-1920), who was Archdeacon of St. Davids (1900- 1920), and it is interesting to note the choice of lights. In the South Transept they depict St. Teilo, the Rector's favourite saint, and St. Govan, the local saint, surmounted by the Arms of Exeter College, Oxford, where the Rector was educated. The North Transept lights show St. Michael, the dedication of the Church, and St. David, the Diocesan patron saint, surmounted by the Arms of St. David and the Diocese of St. Davids.

The Squint Window and the West Window.

These were erected by a schoolmistress who taught for many years in the old Bosherston School (now the Church Hall). The Squint window depicts St. Nicholas as the patron saint of seafarers, and is in memory of Petty Officer George Evans; her husband, who was killed in the battle of Jutland. The West Window is a depiction of Jesus, The Resurrection and the Life, and was erected in memory of her father. James Walter Davies of Pembroke Dock.

Tombs.

Under the North Transept window there is what is thought to be the tomb of a Dowager Duchess of Buckingham, an antecedent of the Duke of Norfolk The fact that she was a widow maybe gathered from the veil and cloak shown on the figure carved on the tomb. That she was of noble birth can be seen by the coronet on her head and the dog at her feet. Under the South Transept window there is a stone tomb surmounted by a figure depicting a Crusader. It is thought to have been carved in the l4th century.

War Memorial.

On the North wall of the Church there are brass tablets commemorating the men of the Parish who lost their lives in the First World War and a coast guard killed on duty in the Second.

Other Memorials.

On the Nave walls are two stone tablets placed in memory of local families. Near the organ there is a framed vellum inscription stating that when electricity was installed in the Church in 1958 each light was dedicated in memory, of some local individual. The Church was rewired and new lighting installed in 1987

The Church was completely re-roofed in 1991- 1992.

Parish records exist from

Baptisms 1670

Marriages 1670

Burials 1670

There was no non-conformist Chapel in the parish.

In 1851 the area of the parish was 1,566 acres with a population of 246 (129 m 117 f) and the average congregation was 60 in the morning and 35 in the evening.

Churchyard Cross.

This stands to the south of the church. From a base of three steps rises a plain octagonal shaft 56 inches in height. At the intersection of the arms is a much-weathered face of the Saviour in high relief (Arch. Camb.. 861, III, vii, 218, ill.). It is probably of 14th-century date. Visited, 14th June, 1929. (RCAM.)

(Glynne, Notes (Arch. Camb., ]888, V, v, 124)).

The Preaching Cross.

Outside the Church erected on a two-tier throne there is an unusual Preaching Cross - unusual in that it has an unnaturally short upright, and that it has a face carved on the centre of the cross. It has been suggested that originally there was a full stone crucifix which was mutilated and partly destroyed, perhaps during the Reformation, and that local folk found the cross but being unable to find its stem, placed the cross on a simple upright of locally-hewn stone, and erected it to serve as a Preaching Cross.

St. Govan's Chapel and Well.

At a distance of one mile and a quarter south of the parish church and Concealed in a rocky gorge on the sea coast stands the small well-chapel of St Govan. The descent to it from Trevalen Downs is by a fight of fifty-two rude stone steps. The building is in a fairly good state of preservation. It consists of a single chamber 18 ft by 12 ft having a plain pointed vault covered externally with rude tiles. At the west end is a single empty bell-cote. The main entrance is to the north through a pointed doorway 60 inches high to the lintel and 30 inches broad. A second door in the north east angle six steps above the level of the interior gives access to a natural rock chamber of very small dimensions, whilst a third doorway in the south west angle leads to the well on the cliff a few yards below the chapel. At the east end of the main structure is a stone altar 72 in by 21 in by 3in with a height of 33 in. having above it a simple slit for light. A stone masonry bench runs along the north and south sides with a return in the south east corner to the altar. To the left of the main entrance on the wall is a square stoup in the south wall is an aumbry and between it and south east angle is an opening 20 in by 12 in inside. Opposite to the main entrance is another light. In the west wall under the bell-cote is also a narrow slit; below it the natural rock forms part of the walling.

The present floor is of clay, which may possibly cover one of rough stone slabs, its level is three steps below the exterior at the north doorway. beneath the stoup is a small spring of fresh waters which is said never to flow over the floor of the chapel. The building may be of 13th-century date.

The Well, which lies between the chapel and the sea, is protected by a plain hood of masonry; the entrance is to the north. The spring has been dry for some years past".

Fenton 1810 notes that in it crippled patients bathe their limbs, many of whom come from the remotest parts of the principality to seek relief here and leave their crutches behind, a votive offering on the altar, as I perceived placed there when I last paid a visit to this hermitage. - Visited, 14th June, 1929. (RCAM.)

White Well.

About 250 yards north of the parish church is a well concerning which no traditions of sanctity or of healing appear to have survived. Visited, 11th June 1922. (RCAM.)

Education 1847:

PARISH OF BOSHESTON.

The two dame schools in this parish were not visited. The returns were kindly procured for me by the incumbent. The few children attending are sent as to a nursery rather than a school. The children in the parish attend generally the Earl of Cawdors school at Stackpole.

HISTORICAL RECORDS.

1604 Will of Phillip Gibb labourer of Bosheston - small portion of worldly goods which I leave behind me.

1719 according to Stephen Lewis a canon of St David's writing to Browne Willis: John Campbell of Stackpole wainscotted ye chancel (of Bosheston Church) and otherwise adorned it, made new rails about ye altar gave a new set of communion plate, distributed a great number of Bibles and common prayer books to ye poorer sort (quoted by J T Evans - The Church Plate of Pembrokeshire 1905).

1794 circa [St Petrox] extract from a Letter from Cha[rle]s Pigott Pritchett, rural dean of Pembroke, to William Stuart Bishop of St David's.

..... The state of the churches in my district is now become so decent and in tolerable order that it is unnecessary for me to trouble your lordship with particulars. I wish I had as good an account to give of many of the vicarage houses. That of Nangle stands in most deplorable condition, next to it Mannerbier, St Twinnels and the vicarage at Stackpole want thorough repairs.

List of subscribers to the fund for the sons of the clergy:

Lady Owen Orielton                            1-1-0

John Campbell, esq., Stackpole          5-0-0

John Mirehouse, esq., Brownslade      1-1-0

Revd. C. Prichard, St Petrox               1-1-0 

 Revd. J. Bowen, Rosecrowther           1-1-0

Revd. Mr. Buckridge Pulchroan         1-1-0

Revd. G. Jones Hogheston                 1-1-0

Revd. J. Hughes Bosheston               1-1-0

Revd. T. Wood Curate of Pembroke        0-10-6

Revd. T. Hancock, Vicar of St Florence 0-10-6

Revd. H. Wood, Curate of Bosheston     0-10-6

It would appear that whilst Pembroke Parish which included St Michael's, St Mary's and St Nicholas had only a curate as resident clergy Bosheston had both a Rector and a Curate resident.

(Church in Wales MS. AD/AET 120912   Pembrokeshire life 1572-1843.)

1794 Acc/to Charles Hassell the Stackpole Court Estate which included Bosheston totalled 16,000 acres.

Population

1563 Number of households    21

1801 Number of families        35

Acc/to the Census records of 1831 and 1841 the population only increased by a very small amount.

1831 -- population 222

1841 -- population 225 .

There were 47 inhabited houses and 2 uninhabited. the population consisted of 118 males and 107 females.

Bosheston Mere.

This is a very curious blow-hole on the cliffs near Stackpole, not far from St. Govan's Chapel, the quaint little hermitage nestling halfway down the great limestone cliffs and said to have been the final refuge of Sir Gawain, one of Arthur's Knights of the Round Table, who thus at the end of his life became Saint Gawain, or Govan.

This blow-hole is connected underground with the sea-caves, and at certain states of wind and tide the sea, dashing into the caves and imprisoning the air, forces it up through the narrow passage and out through the blow-hole with a shrill and terrific sound, like a prolonged scream or whistle, the edges of the hole being polished like marble by the friction of small stones and earth, carried up by the rush of wind. The mere is said to play when the sound is heard, but this happens now more seldom than formerly, though persons now living have heard it frequently possibly some fall of rock may have obstructed, or partially obstructed, the passage.

Camden, Britannia (page 640) alludes to it:

Near Stackpole Bosher, otherwise Bosherston, upon the sea-side, is a pool or pit called-Bosherston-Mear; the depth whereof several that have sounded have not yet discovered. This pit bubbles and foams, and makes such a noise before stormy weather that it is heard above ten miles off. The banks are of no great circumference at the top, but broader downwards, and from the bottom there is a great breach towards the sea, which is about a furlong distant. But there is much more talked of this place than I shall trouble you with at present, because I take some relations of it for fabulous . . . its noise is distinctly known from that of the sea, which also on these coasts often roars very loud. The opening of the blow-hole is round, and about of the size through which a man could with difficulty squeeze himself. The author has never heard the mere actually play, but has stood by when it gave an occasional deep, hollow groan; the Crush of wind through the hole was tremendous, and one seemed to hear it coming from a long way off before it actually rushed out, then for an interval all would be still then the groan again and then the wind.  

Bosheston St Michael - (Pembrokeshire Parsons.)

This living is a rectory, and the patronage in 1514 the date of the earliest presentation of which there record was in lay hands.

In 1594 the patronage was vested in Margaret Stanley (wife of Thomas Stanley, the second son of Edward, third Earl of Derby) daughter of Sir George Vernon of Haddon, as appendant to her manor of Stackpoole. - (Owen's Pem.)

1291 Under the name of Stakepol Bosser this church was assessed at 8, the tenths payable to the King being 16s.  - (Taxatio. (1291)).

1535-6 Stackepole Bosher Rectoria. Ecclesia ibidem ex pre-sentacione domini ibidem unde Johannes Philippus clericus est rector et habet mansionem ibidem et glebam. Et valet fructus ejusdem per annum xijll. Inde 601 priori Pembr pro pensione ibidem debit vjs viij4. Item in visitacione ord inar ia et arch id ut in preceden [see St. Petrox] vjg viijd. Inde remanet clare 1 6s. 8d. Inde deeima 22s. 8d. - (Valor Eccl.)

Under the heading Livings remaining in charge: Stackpoole Bascher alias Bosherston alias Bosheston R. (St Michael).

Pens. Pri. Pembr. 6s. 8d. Oldinar. and Archidiac. 6s. 8d. John Campbell, Esq., 1720, 1778. King's Books, 11 6s. 8d. Yearly tenths, 1 2s. 8d. - (Bacon's Liber Regis.)

On 2 March, 1889, a faculty was granted for the removal of a lime kiln belonging to this living.

In this parish is the ancient Chapel of St. Govan.

Rectors of Bosherston:

1514 William Linge
1514 Arthur Vernon
1517 John Flynt
1517 John Thomas
1518 Lewis Reede
1535 John Phillip
1554 John Thomas
1561 John Potterlon
1561 Giles Sheares
1618 Rice Middleton
1624 Robert Phillips
1675 William Lloyd
1675 Charles Owens
1676 Stephen Young
1677 Silas Balgay
1684 Walter Clarke
1728 Jeremiah Phillips
1766 Pryse Wright
1792 John Hughes
1798 John Jones
1831 William Allen
1872 Charles Morgan
1887 lorwerth Grey Lloyd
1904 Edward Roderick
1913 David Edward Williams
1923 Jenkin Richards
1935 John Thomas Rees
1941 Ernest S. Michael (Priests in charge during the war)
1942 M. L. Davies
1945 D. G. Beynon
1946 Jenkin Richards
1947 Ernest S. Michael (returned)
1948 Arthur G. L. Pettit
1950 George Raymond Ball (With St. Twynnells, Stackpole & St Petrox)
1985 John Henry Richards

Dates associated with Places in the Parish.

Ancessdown   1533-8  - early Chancery Proceedings

Broadhaven 1578 Saxon Map

Buckspool

 (Acc/to Mjr. Francis Jones): Now a farmhouse, half a mile south of the parish church. Fenton writes (1810)

I pass Buck's Pool so called from a small piece of water close to the house formerly a residence of a branch of the respectable family of Adams. It has now no remains of ancient grandeur or of any thing above the condition of a Castle Martin farm-house; all its importance if, as is probable, it possessed any, having left it with its ancient possessors when they migrated to a more desirable situation [Paterchurch] on the banks of Milford Haven. The family of Adams had been in south Pembrokeshire since the 13th century and had lived at Buckspool until Henry VI (1422-3) when John Adams married Elen, daughter and heiress of David de Paterchurch, and then moved to his wife's home near Pembroke Dock, where his descendants remained until early in the 18th century when they moved to Holyland near Pembroke. Buckspool remained part of the estate and became a farmstead. By 1786 it had been sold to John Campbell, and became part of the Stackpole estate. Henry Dawkins was the tenant in 1786. Henry Hitchings in 1834, and George Hitchings in 1894.

Creature       1793 Land tax records

Crickmail       1282 Picton papers

Newton            1578 Saxon Map

Bosheston Mere 1602 Owen

(Acc/to the Topographical Dictionary of Wales 1834.)

BOSHERSTON, a parish in the hundred of CASTLEMARTIN, county of PEMBROKE, SOUTH WALES, 6 miles (S. by w.) from Pembroke, containing 222 inhabitants. This parish is pleasantly situated on the shore of the Bristol channel, by which it is bounded on the south, and the rocks on this part of the coast are, by the repeated action of the sea, worn into caverns of considerable depth, and of singular and romantic appearance. Of these Bosherston Mere, about a quarter of a mile from the sea, is the most remarkable: at the entrance it presents only a small opening on the surface of the ground, but gradually expands into a spacious cavern of increasing depth, which has never yet been explored. Previously to the commencement of a Storm, the confined air is greatly agitated, and the most terrific noises issue from the cavern, which are heard at a great distance: during the violence of the tempest immense columns of spray are occasionally thrown up and so great is the force of the receding current of air that animals near its mouth are drawn into the cavern and engulfed in its vortex. By far the greater part of the land in this parish is enclosed and in a state of cultivation, but there is a considerable portion forming an extensive expanse of open downs.

The living is a rectory, in the archdeaconry and diocese of St. David's, rated in the King's books at 11. 6. 8., and in the patronage of Earl Cawdor. The church, dedicated to St. Michael, is a neat edifice, and was handsomely ornamented by John Campbell, Esq., a member of the Cawdor family. A little to the east of Bosherston Mere, and also within the parishes is the hermitage of St. Gawen, situated in a fissure of the rock apparently formed by some violent convulsion, about half-way between the summit and the base. 2 fight of steps, rudely cut in the rock, forming an ascent to the small chapel, which is about twenty feet in length and twelve feet wide, with an altar formed of a coarse stone slab, harmonising with the rude and simple character of the place - on one side a door, opening from the chapel leads into a small cell, cut in the rock, in form resembling the human body, which is said to have been the solitary retreat of St. Gawen. Beneath the hermitage is St. Gawen's well, formerly in great repute for the miraculous efficacy, in the cure of diseases, superstitiously ascribed to it through the influence of the saints and still held in veneration by the inhabitants of the neighbourhood.

The scenery around this sequestered spot is of the wildest and most romantic character large fragments of rock, scattered in confused heaps, lie around it in every direction, and huge masses of rugged cliffs, threatening to detach themselves every moment from the higher precipices, which impend over the sea-worn base of the rock, give to the bold sublimity of the scene an appalling grandeur of effect. St. Gawen, from whom the promontory called St. Gawen's Head derives its name, though popularly regarded as a saint and anchorite is said to have been the nephew of the renowned King Arthur, and one of the knights of his round table; and Hoole, in one of the notes attached to his translation of Orlando Purioso, asserts that on "a beach of the sea, near Milford Haven, is a natural rock shaped into a chapel, which tradition reports to have been the burying-place of Sir Gawaine, King Arthur's nephew".

The poor are maintained by an average annual expenditure of 84 9s

Hearth Tax 1670

Persons Lyable

George Poyer h2

Henry Thomas h1

John Phillips h2

John Freeman                                      h3  

Henry Castle                                         h3  

Henry Bulser                                        h2  

Henry Hitchin                                      h3  

Richard Whitehooke                            h2  

Henry Reade                                         h1  

Katherine Smith                                   h1  

Katherine Masterton                             h1  

Dorotbie Wilkin                                    h1  

Hugh Castrell                                        h1  

William Dunne                                     h1  

Jane Sowden                                         h1  

Jenet Sowden                                        h1  

Thomas Smith                                      h1  

John Leach                                           h1  

Rice Reade                                            h1  

William Leach                                      h1

Anne Morrice                                        h1

Phillip Rice                                           h1

Jane Hitching .                                     h1

John Tasker                                          h1    

 

Land Tax 1791

PARISH    AND     PROPERTY                                          SURNAME               FORENAMES

Bosheston Ansces Down                                  Campbell            John  (owner)      

Bosheston Ansces Down                                  Purser              Charles  (tenant )

Bosheston Bucks Pool                                      Campbell            John  (owner )     

Bosheston Bucks Pool                                      Hitching            Eliza  (tenant )   

Bosheston Castletank                                       Campbell            John  (owner)      

Bosheston Castletank                                       Tankard             John  (tenant)     

Bosheston Church land                                    Campbell            John  (owner)      

Bosheston Church land                                    Leach               Phillip  (tenant)  

Bosheston Creature                                          Campbell            John  (owner)      

Bosheston Creature                                          Dawkins             Walter  (tenant)    

Bosheston Glebe                                               Carrow              Mrs  (tenant)      

Bosheston Glebe                                              Wright              Rev Price  (owner) 

Bosheston Long Field                                     Campbell            John  (owner)      

Bosheston Long Field                                     Lloyd               Isaac  (tenant )   

Bosheston Little Newton                                 Hitching            Joan Mrs  (owner)  

Bosheston Midland                                          Campbell            John  (owner)     

Bosheston Midland                                          Griffiths           William  (tenant) 

Bosheston Newton                                           Hitching            Joan  Mrs  (owner)

Bosheston Stephen Down                                Campbell            John  (owner)     

Bosheston Stephen Down                                Purser              Charles   (tenant )

Bosheston Stile                                                Campbell            John  (owner )    

Bosheston Stile                                                Hitching            Rees   (tenant )  

Bosheston Tenth                                              Wright              Rev Price  (owner)

Bosheston Thornston                                       Campbell            John  (owner)     

Bosheston Thornston                                       Leach               Henry  (tenant)   

Bosheston Trevallen                                         Campbell            John  (owner )   

Bosheston Trevallen                                         Lloyd               Isaac   (tenant )

Bosheston West Land                                       Campbell            John  (owner )    

Bosheston West Land                                       Eynon               John  (tenant )   

Bosheston Winsor                                            Campbell            John  (owner)     

Bosheston Winsor                                            Dawkins             Henry   (tenant)                                       

 

1938 approximately 1/4 of the parish was acquired by what is now the Ministry of Defense as part of the Castlemartin Tank Range

Other names associated with the Parish

Hilin               William             1543             Bocherston                              Lay subsidies PRO 223/423               Churchwarden                                               

Meredith            John                1543            Bocherston                              Lay Subsidies PRO 223/423               Church warden                                              

Owen                Anne                1680#           Bodowen, Anglesey Orielton     Daughter of Henry Owen of Bodowen  m Sir Hugh Owen

Hughes              Rev J               1794            Bosheston                               Church in Wales MS SD\LET\1209                                                                                                          

Barret              James               1561            Bosheston##                              Vol 1 P246  

Adam                John                1422            Buckspool           Paterchurch         (Old Pembrokeshire Families G. Owen p. 76)      married  Elen Paterhouse  

 

Bosherston Church - Baptism Register.

Absalom, Eunice - bap. 13 8 1916 (par. - Enoch & Mary)

Allen, Alfred - bap. 16 11 1834 (par. - William & Frances)

Allen, Charles - bap. 28 8 1838 (par. - William & Frances)

Allen, Elizabeth - bap. 22 5 1836 (par. - William & Frances)

Allen, Frances - bap. 11 7 1841 (par. - William & Frances)

Allen, Gertrude - bap. 1 1 1865 (par. - Alfred & Isabella)

Allen, Jeffery - bap. 31 8 1846 (par. - Charles & Mary)

Allen, Jessie - bap. 31 1 1847 (par. - William & Frances)

Allen, Louisa - bap. 13 9 1837 (par. - John & Harriet)

Allen, Robert - bap. 23 5 1832 (par. - William & Frances)

Allen, Thomas - bap. 17 4 1845 (par. - William & Frances)

Allen, Walter - bap. 29 7 1851 (par. - Charles & Mary)

Allen, William - bap. 19 4 1840 (par. - William & Frances)

Bailey, Kathryn - bap. 26 4 1981 (par. - Patricia Bailey)

Ball, Anthony - bap. 7 12 1969 (par. - George & Pauline)

Ball, Catherine Lindsay - bap. 29 9 1991 (par. - Stephen Edmund & Gail Eva)

Ball, Christopher - bap. 15 3 1953 (par. - George & Pauline)

Ball, David - bap. 19 10 1958 (par. - George & Pauline)

Ball, Gail (adult) - bap. 28 10 1984 (par. - )

Ball, Rachael Leanne - bap. 26 7 1987 (par. - Stephen & Gail)

Ball, Stephen - bap. 21 8 1955 (par. - George & Pauline)

Bartholomew, Constance - bap. 12 4 1903 (par. - George & Gertrude)

Bateman, Haydn - bap. 15 7 1945 (par. - William & Sarah)

Bateman, Jane - bap. 30 4 1729 (par. - John & Martha)

Bateman, Karen - bap. 2 1 1977 (par. - Haydn & Kathleen)

Bateman, Mark - bap. 10 6 1973 (par. - Haydn & Kathleen)

Baynon, Jane - bap. 21 7 1707 (par. - William & Elizabeth)

Beddoe, Elizabeth - bap. 25 2 1877 (par. - David & Hannah)

Bevan, Jane - bap. 18 10 1772 (par. - Anthony Bevan (rep.)

Beynon, Albert - bap. 8 8 1881 (par. - David & Martha)

Beynon, Ann - bap. 1798 (par. - John & Sarah)

Beynon, Benjamin - bap. 21 5 1848 (par. - John & Alice)

Beynon, David - bap. 6 6 1937 (par. - William & Isabella)

Beynon, Elizabeth - bap. 12 11 1786 (par. - John & Sarah)

Beynon, Elizabeth - bap. 22 1 1797 (par. - Thomas & Elizabeth)

Beynon, Elizabeth - bap. 8 1 1843 (par. - John & Alice)

Beynon, Elizabeth - bap. 9 12 1877 (par. - William & Martha)

Beynon, Frances - bap. 22 11 1795 (par. - John & Sarah)

Beynon, Frances - bap. 5 11 1882 (par. - David & Martha)

Beynon, George - bap. 18 2 1838 (par. - John & Alice)

Beynon, Ivor - bap. 4 5 1952 (par. - William & Isabella)

Beynon, James - bap. 22 6 1841 (par. - John & Alice)

Beynon, Jane - bap. 13 8 1950 (par. - William & Isabella)

Beynon, Janetta - bap. 1802 (par. - John & Sarah)

Beynon, John - bap. 17 3 1799 (par. - Thomas & Elizabeth)

Beynon, John - bap. 20 9 1801 (par. - John & Sarah)

Beynon, Margaret - bap. 20 2 1887 (par. - David & Martha)

Beynon, Margaret - bap. 10 6 1934 (par. - William & Isabella)

Beynon, Martha - bap. 30 4 1871 (par. - William & Martha)

Beynon, Mary - bap. 30 11 1788 (par. - John & Sarah)

Beynon, Mary - bap. 21 11 1839 (par. - John & Alice)

Beynon, Mary - bap. 5 10 1879 (par. - David & Martha)

Beynon, Phillip - bap. 8 10 1944 (par. - William & Isabella)

Beynon, Richard - bap. 7 6 1795 (par. - Thomas & Elizabeth)

Beynon, Richard - bap. 21 3 1948 (par. - William & Isabella)

Beynon, Samuel - bap. 27 10 1844 (par. - John & Alice)

Beynon, Sarah - bap. 30 7 1786 (par. - Thomas & Elizabeth)

Beynon, Sarah - bap. 25 3 1791 (par. - )

Beynon, Thomas - bap. 15 3 1846 (par. - John & Alice)

Beynon, William - bap. 21 11 1839 (par. - John & Alice)

Beynon, William - bap. 15 11 1874 (par. - William & Martha)

Boissevain, Jacques Lewis - bap. 25 11 1995 (par. - Lucas & Melanie)

Boissevain, Saskia Rose - bap. 8 11 1993 (par. - Lucas & Melanie)

Bourn, Eric - bap. 1 9 1935 (par. - William & Florence)

Bowen, Elizabeth - bap. 19 5 1818 (par. - William & Elizabeth)

Bowen, Hannah - bap. 7 9 1806 (par. - William & Elizabeth)

Bowen, Hannah - bap. 22 12 1811 (par. - William & Elizabeth)

Bowen, Mary - bap. 20 3 1808 (par. - William & Elizabeth)

Bowen, William - bap. 27 2 1814 (par. - William & Elizabeth)

Bowen, William - bap. 17 5 1833 (par. - Mary Bowen)

Brinning, William - bap. 27 6 1784 (par. - John & Anne)

Brown, Gareth - bap. 25 6 1988 (par. - Frank & Jacqui)

Brown, Martyn - bap. 25 6 1988 (par. - Frank & Jacqui)

Bruce, Ghlon - bap. 14 9 1958 (par. - Ghlon & Mary)

Busby, Clare - bap. 23 12 1964 (par. - Victor & Mollie)

Canton, Anne - bap. 6 7 1823 (par. - William & Mary)

Canton, Brinley - bap. 10 4 1930 (par. - Gertrude Canton)

Canton, Deborah - bap. 29 5 1966 (par. - Henry & Norma)

Canton, Edith - bap. 3 11 1907 (par.-Isaac & Sarah)

Canton, Eleanor - bap. 3 1 1913 (par. - James & Sarah)

Canton, Elizabeth - bap. 9 12 1825 (par. - William & Mary)

Canton, Emily - bap. 17 7 1910 (par. - Isaac & Sarah)

Canton, Frances - bap. 11 3 1903 (par. - Isaac & Sarah)

Canton, Frederick J - bap. 25 11 1917 (par. - Isaac & Sarah)

Canton, George - bap. 17 4 1836 (par. - William & Mary)

Canton, Gertrude - bap. 22 2 1915 (par. - Isaac & Sarah)

Canton, Gwynneth - bap. 5 2 1925 (par. - Margaret Canton)

Canton, Jane - bap. 4 8 1833 (par. - William & Mary)

Canton, John - bap. 16 12 1830 (par. - William & Mary)

Canton, John Henry - bap. 9 6 1901 (par. - Isaac & Sarah)

Canton, Lena - bap. 1 10 1916 (par. - Isaac & Sarah)

Canton, Lilian - bap. 4 7 1920 (par. - Isaac & Sarah)

Canton, Martin - bap. 5 6 1960 (par. - Henry & Norma)

Canton, Sarah - bap. 28 1 1828 (par. - William & Mary)

Canton, Stephen - bap. 17 8 1958 (par. - Henry & Norma)

Canton, William - bap. 2 7 1905 (par. - Isaac & Sarah)

Castell, James - bap. 27 3 1675 (par. - -)

Castell, Lettes - bap. 20 7 1682 (par. - James & Anne)

Castell, Mary - bap. 12 7 1677 (par. - James & Anne)

Castle, Anne - bap. 24 3 1703 (par. - Henry & Mary)

Castle, Elizabeth - bap. 6 3 1714 (par. - Henry & Mary)

Castle, Frances - bap. 23 3 1721 (par. - Henry & Mary)

Castle, Henry - bap. 5 8 1711 (par. - Henry & Mary)

Castle, James - bap. 7 2 1705 (par. - Henry & Mary)

Castle, James - bap. 2 1 1708 (par. - Henry & Mary)

Castle, Joan - bap. 3 6 1716 (par. - Henry & Mary)

Castle, Joane - bap. 11 4 1679 (par. - James & Anne)

Castle, John - bap. 29 3 1713 (par. - Henry & Mary)

Castle, Mary - bap. 25 12 1707 (par. - Henry & Mary)

Castle, Mary - bap. 16 12 1718 (par. - Henry & Mary)

Charite, Esther - bap. 11 6 1838 (par. - Margaret)

Charite, George - bap. 9 2 1845 (par. - Antonio & Margaret)

Charite, John - bap. 23 1 1835 (par. - Antonio & Margaret)

Charite, Louisa - bap. 11 6 1838 (par. - Margaret)

Charite, Sarah - bap. 5 3 1843 (par. - Margaret Charite)

Charitee, Elizabeth - bap. 27 6 1852 (par. - James & Martha)

Clark, Suzanne - bap. 23 8 1981 (par. - Angus & Louise)

Codd, Margaret - bap. 9 11 1760 (par. - Griffith Codd)

Codd, Mary - bap. 5 6 1757 (par. - Griffith Codd)

Cole, Lilian - bap. 5 7 1936 (par. - Frederick & Cissie)

Cole, Mary - bap. 12 3 1837 (par. - William & Margaret)

Cole, William - bap. 28 9 1877 (par. - Thomas & Anne)

Cook, John - bap. 19 8 1832 (par. - John & Mary)

Cook, Martha - bap. 18 2 1829 (par. - John & Mary)

Cook, Mary - bap. 30 9 1827 (par. - John & Mary)

Cox, William - bap. 20 6 1920 (par. - Ernest & Elizabeth)

Crisp, Jeremy - bap. 21 2 1960 (par. - Terrance & Eileen)

Crisp, Mark - bap. 4 4 1965 (par. - Terrance & Eileen)

Dalton, Celia - bap. 10 5 1883 (par. - Thomas & Celie)

Dalton, Elizabeth - bap. 13 2 1881 (par. - Thomas & Celie)

Daventry, Judith - bap. 17 8 1704 (par. - Henry & Martha)

David#, An - bap. 30 6 1693 (par. - William & Abra)

Davids, David# - bap. 17 11 1671 (par. - William & #)

Davids, Martha - bap. 1 5 1692 (par. - William & Mary)

Davids#, Elizabeth - bap. 22 6 1691 (par. - William & Abra)

Davies, Ann - bap. 28 6 1807 (par. - Margaret Davies)

Davies, Benjamin - bap. 9 4 1838 (par. - Levi & Anne)

Davies, Elizabeth - bap. 7 7 1822 (par. - Morgan & Mary)

Davies, Ernest - bap. 21 5 1886 (par. - Benjamin & Margaret)

Davies, George - bap. 11 5 1828 (par. - James & Elizabeth)

Davies, Govan - bap. 13 10 1940 (par. - William & Alice)

Davies, Harriet - bap. 7 7 1822 (par. - Morgan & Mary)

Davies, James - bap. 29 12 1822 (par. - William & Anne)

Davies, James - bap. 25 1 1824 (par. - William & Anne)

Davies, James - bap. 4 8 1833 (par. - William & Mary)

Davies, John - bap. 13 11 1823 (par. - James & Elizabeth)

Davies, John - bap. 15 2 1852 (par. - William & Ann)

Davies, Mary - bap. 7 7 1822 (par. - Morgan & Mary)

Davies, Mary - bap. 4 7 1830 (par. - James & Elizabeth)

Davies, Mary - bap. 6 9 1840 (par. - Levi & Anne)

Davies, Mary - bap. 26 6 1853 (par. - John & Ann)

Davies, Priscilla - bap. 1825 (par. - William & Anne)

Davies, Ronald - bap. 26 6 1912 (par. - William & Martha)

Davies, Simon - bap. 14 5 1967 (par. - James & Elma)

Davies, Susan - bap. 12 3 1950 (par. - Arthur & Eunice)

Davies, Sydney - bap. 5 5 1901 (par. - William & Martha)

Davies, Thomas - bap. 8 6 1813 (par. - John & Elizabeth)

Davies, Thomas - bap. 21 4 1826 (par. - James & Elizabeth)

Davies, Thomas - bap. 1849 (par. - John & Ann)

Davies, William - bap. 7 7 1822 (par. - Morgan & Mary)

Davies, William - bap. 21 9 1834 (par. - James & Elizabeth)

Davies, William - bap. 27 6 1869 (par. - Joseph & Martha)

Davies, William - bap. 11 10 1942 (par. - William & Alice)

Davis, John - bap. 2 7 1837 (par. - James & Jane)

Davis, Susan - bap. 7 12 1838 (par. - James & Jane)

Davis#, Elizabeth - bap. 1670 (par. - # & Elnor)

Davy, William - bap. 4 7 1784 (par. - George & Mary)

Dawkins, Anna - bap. 15 9 1872 (par. - Anne Dawkins)

Dawkins, Catherine - bap. 27 11 1794 (par. - Lewis & Anne)

Dawkins, Elizabeth - bap. 7 1 1732 (par. - Lewis & Mary)

Dawkins, Elizabeth - bap. 17 12 1758 (par. - John Dawkins)

Dawkins, Elizabeth - bap. 10 3 1776 (par. - Henry Dawkins)

Dawkins, Elizabeth - bap. 16 1 1820 (par. - James & Catherine)

Dawkins, Henry - bap. 12 8 1722 (par. - Lewis & Mary)

Dawkins, Henry - bap. 24 9 1728 (par. - Lewis & Mary)

Dawkins, Henry - bap. 22 10 1752 (par. - John & Mary)

Dawkins, Henry - bap. 7 12 1789 (par. - Lewis & Jane)

Dawkins, James - bap. 23 6 1769 (par. - Walter Dawkins)

Dawkins, James - bap. 28 1 1787 (par. - Henry & Elizabeth)

Dawkins, Jane - bap. 9 12 1781 (par. - Henry# & Elizabeth)

Dawkins, John - bap. 6 10 1717 (par. - Henry (jnr.) & Abra)

Dawkins, John - bap. 17 4 1726 (par. - Lewis & Mary)

Dawkins, John - bap. 5 9 1756 (par. - John Dawkins)

Dawkins, John - bap. 9 2 1772 (par. - Henry Dawkins)

Dawkins, John - bap. 15 5 1796 (par. - John Dawkins)

Dawkins, Keturah - bap. 3 4 1774 (par. - Henry Dawkins)

Dawkins, Lettice - bap. 27 6 1736 (par. - Lewis & Mary)

Dawkins, Lewis - bap. 2 9 1770 (par. - Henry Dawkins)

Dawkins, Margaret - bap. 6 10 1771 (par. - Walter Dawkins)

Dawkins, Margaret - bap. 18 2 1807 (par. - George & Elizabeth)

Dawkins, Martha - bap. 23 2 1777 (par. - Walter & Barbara)

Dawkins, Mary - bap. 9 4 1809 (par. - George & Elizabeth)

Dawkins, Mary - bap. 17 5 1833 (par. - William & Jane)

Dawkins, Mary - bap. 2 11 1862 (par. - Jane Dawkins)

Dawkins, Rebecca - bap. 20 10 1793 (par. - Thomas & Dorothy)

Dawkins, Rice - bap. 31 3 1709 (par. - Henry & Sarah)

Dawkins, Sarah - bap. 7 2 1720 (par. - Lewis & Mary)

Dawkins, Sarah - bap. 20 12 1730 (par. - Lewis & Mary)

Dawkins, Sarah - bap. 27 4 1755 (par. - John Dawkins)

Dawkins, William - bap. 18 8 1734 (par. - Lewis & Mary)

Dawkins, William - bap. 25 7 1784 (par. - Henry & Elizabeth)

Dawkins, William - bap. 24 4 1791 (par. - John & Elizabeth)

Dawkins, William - bap. 18 2 1807 (par. - George & Elizabeth)

Dawkins#, Walter# - bap. 28 6 1778 (par. - Henry Dawkins#)

Dean, Michael - bap. 19 1 1941 (par. - Frederick & Janet)

Devonald, John George - bap. 25 7 1893 (par. - Essex & Elizabeth)

Devonald, William - bap. 26 2 1893 (par. - Essex & Elizabeth)

Dubberlin, John - bap. 30 3 1730 (par. - John & Martha)

Dubberlin, Thomas - bap. 30 6 1734 (par. - John & Martha)

Dubberlin, William - bap. 23 9 1731 (par. - John & Martha)

Dyson, Ada - bap. 19 10 1902 (par. - Arthur & Martha)

Dyson, Arthur - bap. 16 3 1902 (par. - William & Martha)

Dyson, Avril - bap. 22 11 1925 (par. - Frank & Florence)

Dyson, Dennis - bap. 21 9 1913 (par. - William & Martha)

Dyson, Edward - bap. 7 11 1909 (par. - William & Martha)

Dyson, Elizabeth - bap. 30 12 1908 (par. - Arthur & Martha)

Dyson, Florence - bap. 24 4 1910 (par. - Arthur & Martha)

Dyson, Frank - bap. 6 8 1893 (par. - Frederick & Elizabeth)

Dyson, Frederick - bap. 5 2 1899 (par. - William & Martha)

Dyson, Frederick - bap. 6 6 1920 (par. - Arthur & Martha)

Dyson, Herbert - bap. 7 4 1907 (par. - William & Martha)

Dyson, Jane - bap. 12 4 1904 (par. - William & Martha)

Dyson, John Henry - bap. 23 1 1876 (par. - Frederick & Elizabeth)

Dyson, John Henry - bap. 8 12 1904 (par. - Arthur & Martha)

Dyson, Martha Mary - bap. 4 5 1913 (par. - Arthur & Martha)

Dyson, Mary - bap. 16 7 1911 (par. - William & Martha)

Dyson, Ruth - bap. 7 11 1909 (par. - William & Martha)

Dyson, Sarah - bap. 31 5 1896 (par. - William & Martha)

Dyson, Thomas - bap. 10 3 1886 (par. - Frederick & Elizabeth)

Dyson, Thomas - bap. 12 4 1904 (par. - William & Martha)

Dyson, Thomas - bap. 4 11 1906 (par. - Arthur & Martha)

Dyson, Thomas - bap. 6 6 1915 (par. - Arthur & Martha)

Dyson, William - bap. 10 1 1875 (par. - Frederick & Elizabeth)

Dyson, William - bap. 11 7 1897 (par. - William & Martha)

Dyson, William - bap. 5 8 1900 (par. - Arthur & Martha)

Edwardes, William - bap. 4 8 1811 (par. - James & Elizabeth)

Edwards, - - bap. 9 8 1833 (par. - Thomas & Anne)

Edwards, Catherine - bap. 25 1 1795 (par. - Thomas & Anne)

Edwards, Elizabeth - bap. 19 9 1790 (par. - Thomas & Anne)

Edwards, Elizabeth - bap. 24 3 1822 (par. - Thomas & Anne)

Edwards, George - bap. 20 5 1683 (par. - William & Elizabeth)

Edwards, George - bap. 22 3 1830 (par. - Thomas & Ann)

Edwards, Henry - bap. 25 12 1842 (par. - Thomas & Ann)

Edwards, Honor - bap. 15 6 1791 (par. - James & Elizabeth)

Edwards, John - bap. 1 6 1746 (par. - William & Mary)

Edwards, John - bap. 5 7 1747 (par. - George & Ann)

Edwards, Lewis - bap. 17 1 1845 (par. - Thomas & Sarah)

Edwards, Mary - bap. 24 6 1744 (par. - George & Ann)

Edwards, Mary - bap. 31 3 1793 (par. - Thomas & Anne)

Edwards, Mary - bap. 1 8 1813 (par. - Mary Edwards)

Edwards, Mary - bap. 3 7 1853 (par. - Thomas & Sarah)

Edwards, Richard - bap. 15 1 1792 (par. - James & Elizabeth)

Edwards, Richard - bap. 5 4 1891 (par. - Thomas & Sarah)

Edwards, Sarah - bap. 9 3 1939 (par. - Cornelius & Mary)

Edwards, Thomas - bap. 22 1 1795 (par. - James & Elizabeth)

Edwards, Thomas - bap. 21 4 1850 (par. - Thomas & Sarah)

Edwards, Thomas - bap. 5 2 1893 (par. - Thomas & Sarah)

Edwards, William - bap. 13 9 1719 (par. - David & Mary)

Edwards, William - bap. 29 6 1834 (par. - John & Hannah)

Edwards, William - bap. 1836 (par. - Thomas & Anne)

Evans, Alice - bap. 7 4 1886 (par. - Thomas & Alice)

Evans, Alice - bap. 24 4 1887 (par. - William & Ann)

Evans, Betty - bap. 10 3 1945 (par. - Morris & Dilys)

Evans, Cesar - bap. 2 12 1900 (par. - Thomas & Alice)

Evans, Daniel - bap. 1 4 1866 (par. - Richard & Martha)

Evans, David - bap. 20 3 1834 (par. - John & Jane)

Evans, David - bap. 11 7 1858 (par. - Richard & Martha)

Evans, Edith - bap. 20 3 1910 (par. - James & Elizabeth)

Evans, Elizabeth - bap. 4 6 1820 (par. - John & Jane)

Evans, Elizabeth - bap. 14 11 1847 (par. - William & Margaret)

Evans, Elizabeth - bap. 15 3 1876 (par. - John & Elizabeth)

Evans, Elizabeth - bap. 19 4 1891 (par. - Thomas & Alice)

Evans, Florence - bap. 9 6 1889 (par. - Thomas & Alice)

Evans, Frances - bap. 20 6 1858 (par. - James & Jane)

Evans, Frances - bap. 26 3 1884 (par. - Thomas & Alice)

Evans, Frances - bap. 3 4 1885 (par. - John & Elizabeth)

Evans, Frances - bap. 17 11 1893 (par. - George & Jemima)

Evans, Frank - bap. 26 6 1898 (par. - Thomas & Alice)

Evans, Frederick - bap. 8 10 1899 (par. - David & Ellen)

Evans, George - bap. 11 9 1763 (par. - George Evans)

Evans, George - bap. 21 12 1862 (par. - James & Jane)

Evans, George - bap. 23 3 1883 (par. - John & Elizabeth)

Evans, George - bap. 3 1 1892 (par. - George & Jemima)

Evans, Griff - bap. 2 2 1890 (par. - George & Jemima)

Evans, James - bap. 20 2 1823 (par. - John & Jane)

Evans, James - bap. 2 2 1845 (par. - William & Margaret)

Evans, James - bap. 1 1 1852 (par. - James & Jane)

Evans, James - bap. 27 3 1870 (par. - John & Elizabeth)

Evans, James - bap. 21 2 1882 (par. - Thomas & Alice)

Evans, Jane - bap. 7 10 1849 (par. - William & Margaret)

Evans, Jemima - bap. 24 4 1864 (par. - Richard & Martha)

Evans, Jessie - bap. 13 12 1896 (par. - George & Jemima)

Evans, John - bap. 4 8 1765 (par. - George Evans)

Evans, John - bap. 24 11 1768 (par. - John Evans)

Evans, John - bap. 19 10 1788 (par. - William & Elizabeth)

Evans, John - bap. 3 9 1797 (par. - William & Elizabeth)

Evans, John - bap. 5 3 1843 (par. - William & Margaret)

Evans, John - bap. 24 10 1847 (par. - James & Jane)

Evans, John - bap. 16 8 1868 (par. - Richard & Martha)

Evans, John - bap. 15 4 1877 (par. - John & Elizabeth)

Evans, Kathryn - bap. 24 8 1986 (par. - Brian & Jillian)

Evans, Lucy - bap. 2 6 1895 (par. - George & Jemima)

Evans, Margaret - bap. 7 11 1825 (par. - John & Jane)

Evans, Marjorie - bap. 1 6 1898 (par. - George & Jemima)

Evans, Martha - bap. 20 3 1828 (par. - John & Jane)

Evans, Martha - bap. 11 7 1886 (par. - George & Jemima)

Evans, Mary - bap. 12 3 1837 (par. - William & Margaret)

Evans, Mary - bap. 3 5 1841 (par. - John & Jane)

Evans, Muriel - bap. 2 7 1893 (par. - Thomas & Alice)

Evans, Noah - bap. 27 2 1862 (par. - Richard & Martha)

Evans, Peter - bap. 10 6 1984 (par. - Brian & Jillian)

Evans, Priscilla - bap. 22 5 1879 (par. - John & Elizabeth)

Evans, Richard - bap. 22 7 1849 (par. - James & Jane)

Evans, Richard - bap. 29 11 1874 (par. - John & Elizabeth)

Evans, Richard - bap. 24 2 1884 (par. - Job & Letitia)

Evans, Richard - bap. 20 11 1887 (par. - George & Jemima)

Evans, Richard - bap. 26 2 1831 (par. - John & Jane)

Evans, Sarah - bap. 28 4 1839 (par. - William & Margaret)

Evans, Sydney - bap. 3 11 1901 (par. - George & Jemima)

Evans, Thomas - bap. 8 9 1829 (par. - John & Jane)

Evans, Thomas - bap. 14 6 1896 (par. - Thomas & Alice)

Evans, Violet - bap. 14 8 1921 (par. - Caesar & Sarah)

Evans, William - bap. 12 8 1838 (par. - John & Jane)

Evans, William - bap. 27 6 1841 (par. - William & Margaret)

Evans, William - bap. 8 12 1854 (par. - James & Jane)

Evans, William - bap. 22 9 1872 (par. - John & Elizabeth)

Evans, William - bap. 22 4 1877 (par. - Edward & Martha)

Evans, William - bap. 21 6 1885 (par. - George & Jemima)

Evans, William - bap. 29 7 1922 (par. - Caesar & Sarah)

Evans, Yvonne - bap. 13 2 1952 (par. - Morris & Dilys)

Eynon, Elizabeth - bap. 3 12 1758 (par. - John Eynon)

Eynon, John - bap. 18 12 1755 (par. - John & Elizabeth)

Eynon, John - bap. 6 12 1959 (par. - Peter & Elizabeth)

Eynon, Mary - bap. 30 12 1750 (par. - John & Elizabeth)

Eynon, Peter - bap. 7 1 1932 (par. - John & Ethel)

Eynon, Sarah - bap. 19 7 1761 (par. - John Eynon)

Eynon, Thomas (twin) - bap. 18 1 1764 (par. - John Eynon)

Eynon, William - bap. 30 9 1753 (par. - John & Elizabeth)

Eynon, William (twin) - bap. 18 1 1764 (par. - John Eynon)

Fastell#, Hendry - bap. 24 12 1673 (par. - James & Anne)

Fortune, John - bap. 11 12 1715 (par. - Elizabeth Fortune)

Francis, Marjorie - bap. 22 8 1920 (par. - William & Lucy)

Freeman, Ann - bap. 4 9 1744 (par. - John & Ann)

Freeman, Anne - bap. 7 2 1709 (par. - Rice Freeman)

Freeman, David - bap. 5 7 1778 (par. - John & Rebekah)

Freeman, Elizabeth - bap. 13 12 1760 (par. - John Freeman)

Freeman, Frances - bap. 13 6 1769 (par. - John Freeman)

Freeman, Francis - bap. 18 5 1742 (par. - John & Ann)

Freeman, Harriet - bap. 26 1 1786 (par. - John & Rebecah)

Freeman, Harriot - bap. 26 3 1782 (par. - John & Rebecca)

Freeman, Henry - bap. 22 6 1806 (par. - John & Sophia)

Freeman, Jane - bap. 30 8 1747 (par. - John & Ann)

Freeman, Jane - bap. 27 5 1765 (par. - John & Rebekah)

Freeman, John - bap. 7 12 1757 (par. - John & Rebecca)

Freeman, John - bap. 1 1 1772 (par. - John Freeman)

Freeman, John# - bap. 1670 (par. - )

Freeman, Joseph - bap. 2 12 1736 (par. - John & Ann)

Freeman, Letitia - bap. 22 6 1806 (par. - John & Sophia)

Freeman, Mary - bap. 17 1 1778 (par. - John & Rebekah)

Freeman, Phebe - bap. 25 5 1767 (par. - John Freeman)

Freeman, Rebecca - bap. 2 5 1763 (par. - John Freeman)

Freeman, Reed - bap. 2 1 1774 (par. - John & Rebekah)

Freeman, Rice - bap. 9 3 1738 (par. - John & Ann)

Freeman, William - bap. 28 11 1759 (par. - John & Rebecca)

Furlong, Elizabeth - bap. 1848 (par. - James & Elizabeth)

Furlong, Jane - bap. 6 4 1844 (par. - James & Elizabeth)

Furlong, Jane - bap. 14 3 1858 (par. - James & Elizabeth)

Furlong, Margaret - bap. 15 3 1846 (par. - James & Elizabeth)

Furlong, Margaret - bap. 7 9 1856 (par. - James & Elizabeth)

Furlong, Mary - bap. 27 6 1851 (par. - James & Elizabeth)

Furlong, Thomas - bap. 15 4 1850 (par. - James & Elizabeth)

Furlong, Thomas - bap. 24 4 1853 (par. - James & Elizabeth)

Gettings, Thomas - bap. 9 9 1849 (par. - Lewis & Anne)

Giles, Dean - bap. 17 7 1977 (par. - Brian & Diane)

Giles, Wesley - bap. 17 7 1977 (par. - Brian & Diane)

Goodman, Michaela - bap. 16 9 1979 (par. - Harry & Gladys)

Gough, Ernest - bap. 11 1 1885 (par. - Robert & Elizabeth)

Gough, Joan - bap. 17 10 1703 (par. - William & Elizabeth)

Gough, William - bap. 30 12 1883 (par. - Robert & Elizabeth)

Greathead, Martin - bap. 15 12 1963 (par. - Derek & Lilian)

Greathead, Neale - bap. 15 12 1963 (par. - Derek & Lilian)

Greathead, Sandra - bap. 14 4 1960 (par. - Derek & Lilian)

Grey, Amanda - bap. 24 12 1972 (par. - Leroy & Jane)

Grey, Mary - bap. 19 3 1917 (par. - Cecilia Grey)

Grey, Suzanne - bap. 10 8 1975 (par. - Leroy & Jane)

Griffith, # (son) - bap. 10 1 1689 (par. - William & Abra)

Griffith, An - bap. 26 4 1698 (par. - William & Abra)

Griffith, Elizabeth - bap. 18 10 1692 (par. - William#)

Griffith, Elizabeth - bap. 16 3 1739 (par. - John & Mary)

Griffith, Elizabeth - bap. 25 10 1835 (par. - Alice Griffith)

Griffith, Elizabeth - bap. 4 9 1859 (par. - Richard & Sarah)

Griffith, James - bap. 18 10 1688 (par. - William & Abra)

Griffith, Jane - bap. 6 2 1703 (par. - William & Abra)

Griffith, Jane - bap. 9 9 1753 (par. - Thomas Griffith)

Griffith, John - bap. 18 10 1688 (par. - William & Abra)

Griffith, John - bap. 14 4 1694 (par. - John Griffith)

Griffith, John - bap. 5 12 1779 (par. - William & Mary)

Griffith, John - bap. 24 3 1793 (par. - Henry & Sarah)

Griffith, John - bap. 10 4 1831 (par. - Thomas & Anne)

Griffith, John (twin) - bap. 17 1 1749 (par. - John & Mary)

Griffith, John# - bap. 20 10 1723 (par. - William & Mary)

Griffith, Margaret - bap. 2 3 1742 (par. - John & Mary)

Griffith, Mary - bap. 18 12 1745 (par. - John & Mary)

Griffith, Rice - bap. 22 4 1701 (par. - William & Abra)

Griffith, Richard - bap. 7 8 1720 (par. - William & Mary)

Griffith, Sarah - bap. 26 6 1796 (par. - Henry & Sarah)

Griffith, Stephen - bap. 1 6 1788 (par. - Hester Griffith)

Griffith, Thomas - bap. 15 3 1694 (par. - William Griffith)

Griffith, Thomas - bap. 4 5 1755 (par. - John Griffith)

Griffith, Thomas - bap. 9 6 1799 (par. - Henry & Sarah)

Griffith, Thomas (twin) - bap. 17 1 1749 (par. - John & Mary)

Griffith, William - bap. 24 2 1737 (par. - John & Mary)

Griffith, William - bap. 14 12 1806 (par. - Henry & Sarah)

Griffith, William - bap. 15 3 1857 (par. - Richard & Sarah)

Griffiths, Anne - bap. 19 5 1878 (par. - Isaac & Mary)

Griffiths, Gladys - bap. 4 10 1881 (par. - Thomas & Agnes)

Griffiths, Gunilda - bap. 8 4 1883 (par. - Thomas & Agnes)

Griffiths, Henry - bap. 30 5 1790 (par. - Henry & Sarah)

Griffiths, Henry - bap. 16 12 1866 (par. - John & Sarah)

Griffiths, John - bap. 22 10 1885 (par. - Thomas & Agnes)

Griffiths, Olive - bap. 18 8 1884 (par. - Thomas & Agnes)

Griffiths, Stephanie - bap. 23 7 1978 (par. - Steven & Vivien)

Griffiths, Thomas - bap. 11 2 1866 (par. - William & Margaret)

Griffiths, Thomas - bap. 25 7 1880 (par. - Isaac & Mary)

Griffiths, Thomas - bap. 15 1 1889 (par. - Thomas & Agnes)

Griffiths, William - bap. 8 2 1829 (par. - Thomas & Mary)

Gutridge, Ann - bap. 6 1 1799 (par. - Ann Gutridge)

Gwyther, Bernard - bap. 18 6 1944 (par. - William & Elizabeth)

Gwyther, Martha - bap. 20 11 1870 (par. - George & Mary)

Gwyther, Martha - bap. 20 8 1871 (par. - Ann Gwyther)

Haines, Minnie - bap. 12 6 1870 (par. - Henry & -)

Hale, Bridgit - bap. 21 12 1958 (par. - John & Ena)

Hale, Edwin - bap. 28 6 1846 (par. - John & Janetta)

Hall, George - bap. 18 5 1828 (par. - John & Janetta)

Hall, Henry - bap. 1841 (par. - John & Jane)

Hall, Jane - bap. 16 1 1853 (par. - Joseph & Margaret)

Hall, John - bap. 30 10 1832 (par. - John & Janetta)

Hall, Margaret - bap. 30 8 1885 (par. - Stephen & Miriam)

Hall, Mary - bap. 6 2 1725 (par. - Eleanor Hall)

Hall, Mary - bap. 8 10 1834 (par. - John & Janetta)

Hall, Sarah - bap. 4 2 1844 (par. - John & Jane)

Hall, Thomas - bap. 5 9 1830 (par. - John & Janetta)

Hall, William - bap. 5 1 1766 (par. - John Hall)

Hall, William - bap. 3 9 1826 (par. - John & Janetta)

Halls, James - bap. 30 5 1697 (par. - John & Mary)

Harries, Emily - bap. 17 9 1882 (par. - John & Elizabeth)

Harries, Jessie - bap. 5 7 1891 (par. - John & Elizabeth)

Harries, John - bap. 20 8 1815 (par. - George & Anne)

Harries, Lettice - bap. 13 7 1786 (par. - Benjamin & Martha)

Harries, Maria (adult) - bap. 20 2 1910 (par. - Maria Harries)

Harries, Martha - bap. 7 8 1887 (par. - John & Elizabeth)

Harries, Mary - bap. 22 10 1820 (par. - William & Elizabeth)

Harris, Alfred - bap. 15 6 1884 (par. - John & Elizabeth)

Harris, Annie - bap. 13 4 1881 (par. - John & Elizabeth)

Harris, John - bap. 5 1 1879 (par. - John & Elizabeth)

Harris, Richard - bap. 4 2 1906 (par. - Henry & Elizabeth)

Hawkins, Elizabeth - bap. 11 6 1941 (par. - Robert & Kathleen)

Hawkins, Virginia - bap. 23 10 1944 (par. - Robert & Kathleen)

Hay, Andrew - bap. 31 3 1974 (par. - Graham & Nesta)

Hay, Angela - bap. 12 12 1965 (par. - Graham & Nesta)

Hay, Ann - bap. 17 7 1870 (par. - Lewis & Mary)

Hay, Benjamin - bap. 15 12 1861 (par. - Lewis & Mary)

Hay, Caroline - bap. 21 9 1969 (par. - Graham & Nesta)

Hay, David - bap. 15 12 1861 (par. - Lewis & Mary)

Hay, Emily - bap. 20 9 1874 (par. - Lewis & Mary)

Hay, George - bap. 27 6 1851 (par. - Lewis & Elizabeth)

Hay, Jane - bap. 25 8 1844 (par. - Lewis & Elizabeth)

Hay, Jane - bap. 18 9 1864 (par. - Lewis & Mary)

Hay, John - bap. 13 1 1841 (par. - William & Anne)

Hay, Lewis - bap. 22 5 1853 (par. - Lewis & Elizabeth)

Hay, Lewis - bap. 8 12 1867 (par. - Lewis & Mary)

Hay, Thomas - bap. 13 2 1848 (par. - Lewis & Elizabeth)

Hay, Thomas - bap. 18 11 1849 (par. - Lewis & Elizabeth)

Hay, William - bap. 1 2 1846 (par. - Lewis & Elizabeth)

Hay, William - bap. 1 1 1849 (par. - William & Ann)

Hay, William - bap. 19 6 1859 (par. - Lewis & Mary)

Hendy, Margaret - bap. 28 5 1717 (par. - John & Margaret)

Hendy#, Thomas - bap. 8 10 1676 (par. - Thomas & Hester)

Henton, Christine - bap. 27 4 1958 (par. - Ivor & Margaret)

Henton, Erica - bap. 19 5 1963 (par. - Ivor & Margaret)

Henton, Linda - bap. 28 6 1959 (par. - Ivor & Margaret)

Henton, Sarah - bap. 18 10 1981 (par. - Linda Henton)

Hiching, John - bap. 18 9 1684 (par. - John & Elinor)

High, Geoffrey - bap. 23 6 1957 (par. - Harold & Louise)

High, Janet - bap. 23 6 1957 (par. - Harold & Louise)

High, Michael - bap. 23 6 1957 (par. - Harold & Louise)

High, Patrick - bap. 23 6 1957 (par. - Harold & Louise)

High, William - bap. 13 10 1958 (par. - Harold & Louise)

Hill, Eliza - bap. 23 4 1876 (par. - James & Jane)

Hill, Elizabeth - bap. 18 10 1874 (par. - James & Jane)

Hill, Martha - bap. 12 5 1873 (par. - James & Jane)

Hindmarsh, James - bap. 7 10 1883 (par. - George & Frances)

Hindmarsh, Jane - bap. 11 10 1885 (par. - George & Frances)

Hindmarsh, William - bap. 3 2 1895 (par. - George & Frances)

Hitchens, Mary - bap. 13 5 1779 (par. - John Hitchens)

Hitching, Ann - bap. 27 8 1749 (par. - George & Jone)

Hitching, Ann - bap. 6 5 1763 (par. - Rees Hitching)

Hitching, Eleanor (twin) - bap. 19 11 1725 (par. - John & Margaret)

Hitching, Elizabeth - bap. 19 1 1685 (par. - John & Elinor)

Hitching, Elizabeth - bap. 9 9 1750 (par. - Rees & Elizabeth)

Hitching, Elizabeth - bap. 2 2 1755 (par. - Rees Hitching)

Hitching, Elizabeth (twin) - bap. 19 11 1725 (par. - John & Margaret)

Hitching, Francis - bap. 17 4 1698 (par. - Walter & Elnor)

Hitching, George - bap. 21 9 1692 (par. - John & Elinor)

Hitching, George - bap. 9 2 1717 (par. - George & Mary)

Hitching, George - bap. 26 12 1751 (par. - George & Jone)

Hitching, George - bap. 13 2 1758 (par. - George & Jane)

Hitching, John - bap. 15 10 1719 (par. - George & Mary)

Hitching, John - bap. 23 4 1758 (par. - Rees Hitching)

Hitchings, Anna - bap. 10 10 1774 (par. - John Hitchings)

Hitchings, Catharine - bap. 22 2 1811 (par. - Henry & Mary)

Hitchings, Catherine - bap. 22 2 1764 (par. - George Hitchings)

Hitchings, Catherine - bap. 4 3 1766 (par. - John & Rebekah)

Hitchings, Catherine - bap. 6 2 1777 (par. - John Hitchings)

Hitchings, Elizabeth - bap. 20 9 1744 (par. - George & Jone)

Hitchings, Elizabeth - bap. 9 5 1822 (par. - Thomas & Allice)

Hitchings, Elizabeth (twin) - bap. 25 12 1769 (par. - John Hitchings)

Hitchings, George - bap. 1 1 1801 (par. - John & Martha)

Hitchings, Hannah - bap. 18 12 1730 (par. - Thomas & Rachel)

Hitchings, Henry - bap. 4 8 1816 (par. - Henry & Mary)

Hitchings, Jane - bap. 30 6 1819 (par. - Thomas & Alice)

Hitchings, John - bap. 24 8 1742 (par. - George & Jone)

Hitchings, John - bap. 1 1 1768 (par. - John & Rebekah)

Hitchings, John - bap. 9 7 1786 (par. - John & Elizabeth)

Hitchings, John - bap. 8 6 1813 (par. - Henry & Mary)

Hitchings, Leticia - bap. 8 5 1788 (par. - John & Elizabeth)

Hitchings, Lettice - bap. 5 12 1760 (par. - George Hitchings)

Hitchings, Margaret - bap. 8 1 1830 (par. - Thomas & Allice)

Hitchings, Martha - bap. 10 11 1754 (par. - George & Jone)

Hitchings, Martha - bap. 14 1 1797 (par. - John & Martha)

Hitchings, Martha - bap. 6 4 1815 (par. - Thomas & Alice)

Hitchings, Mary - bap. 25 3 1747 (par. - George & Jone)

Hitchings, Mary - bap. 28 3 1813 (par. - Thomas & Alice)

Hitchings, Mary - bap. 4 8 1816 (par. - Henry & Mary)

Hitchings, Mary - bap. 21 3 1863 (par. - William & Catherine)

Hitchings, Rebekah (twin)- bap. 25 12 1769 (par. - John Hitchings)

Hitchings, Thomas - bap. 1 12 1790 (par. - John & Martha)

Hitchings, Thomas - bap. 30 7 1824 (par. - Thomas & Alice)

Hitchings, William - bap. 16 1 1772 (par. - John Hitchings)

Hitchings, William - bap. 4 8 1816 (par. - Henry & Mary)

Hitchings, William - bap. 3 6 1866 (par. - William & Catherine)

Hitchins, Anne - bap. 12 9 1784 (par. - John & Elizabeth)

Hitchins, George - bap. 8 1 1854 (par. - William & Margaret)

Hollier, Henry - bap. 5 4 1715 (par. - William & Jane)

Hollier, Joseph - bap. 24 10 1718 (par. - William & Jane)

Hood, Robert - bap. 7 11 1965 (par. - Stanley & Joyce)

Howells, Ada - bap. 2 7 1899 (par. - Thomas & Elizabeth)

Howells, Alfred - bap. 25 2 1885 (par. - John & Maria)

Howells, Ann - bap. 23 9 1855 (par. - Thomas & Martha)

Howells, Annie - bap. 30 10 1918 (par. - William & Martha)

Howells, Charles - bap. 11 6 1865 (par. - William & Martha)

Howells, Charles - bap. 7 2 1892 (par. - Thomas & Mary)

Howells, Clarence - bap. 10 7 1932 (par. - Thomas & Mary)

Howells, David - bap. 6 5 1928 (par. - Thomas & Mary)

Howells, Edith - bap. 10 11 1912 (par. - William & Martha)

Howells, Elizabeth - bap. 3 7 1872 (par. - Frances Howells)

Howells, Elizabeth - bap. 13 12 1882 (par. - William & Martha)

Howells, Elizabeth - bap. 13 8 1882 (par. - Elizabeth Howells)

Howells, Elizabeth - bap. 3 2 1893 (par. - John & Martha)

Howells, Elizabeth - bap. 10 11 1912 (par. - William & Martha)

Howells, Emily - bap. 25 4 1880 (par. - William & Martha)

Howells, Emily - bap. 5 1 1890 (par. - William & Anne)

Howells, Evelyn - bap. 3 1 1897 (par. - Thomas & Elizabeth)

Howells, Fanny - bap. 27 4 1848 (par. - Thomas & Martha)

Howells, Frances - bap. 25 12 1877 (par. - William & Anne)

Howells, George - bap. 12 8 1877 (par. - William & Martha)

Howells, James - bap. 3 3 1872 (par. - William & Martha)

Howells, James - bap. 15 12 1929 (par. - Thomas & Mary)

Howells, Joan - bap. 17 12 1916 (par. - William & Martha)

Howells, John - bap. 24 7 1881 (par. - John & Maria)

Howells, John - bap. 18 9 1892 (par. - William & Ann)

Howells, Margaret - bap. 25 12 1867 (par. - William & Martha)

Howells, Margaret - bap. 5 12 1886 (par. - William & Anne)

Howells, Martha - bap. 4 5 1879 (par. - William & Anne)

Howells, Martha - bap. 1 8 1897 (par. - John & Martha)

Howells, Mary - bap. 15 7 1894 (par. - John & Martha)

Howells, Mary - bap. 10 11 1912 (par. - William & Martha)

Howells, Nesta - bap. 13 4 1941 (par. - Richard & Lilian)

Howells, Norma - bap. 11 7 1937 (par. - Richard & Lilian)

Howells, Richard - bap. 19 10 1884 (par. - William & Martha)

Howells, Sylvia - bap. 4 11 1920 (par. - William & Martha)

Howells, Sylvia - bap. 3 2 1929 (par. - A F & M E)

Howells, Thomas - bap. 24 5 1863 (par. - William & Martha)

Howells, Thomas - bap. 21 9 1881 (par. - William & Anne)

Howells, Thomas - bap. 17 5 1893 (par. - Thomas & Elizabeth)

Howells, William - bap. 22 2 1874 (par. - William & Martha)

Howells, William - bap. 29 6 1884 (par. - William & Ann)

Howells, William - bap. 14 6 1903 (par. - Thomas & Winifred)

Hughes, Ann - bap. 23 9 1730 (par. - James & Lettice)

Hughes, Eliza - bap. 1 4 1827 (par. - Priscilla Hughes)

Hughes, Frances - bap. 14 9 1947 (par. - William & Theodocia)

Hughes, Henry - bap. 25 8 1694 (par. - Henry & Lettis#)

Hughes, John - bap. 10 4 1862 (par. - John & Eliza)

Hughes, Mary - bap. 11 8 1728 (par. - James & Lettice)

Humphreys, Peter - bap. 5 10 1941 (par. - Thomas & Dorothy)

Hurrell, James - bap. 17 4 1867 (par. - David & Elizabeth)

Hurrell, Sarah - bap. 6 3 1864 (par. - David & Elizabeth)

Isitt, Elizabeth - bap. 27 1 1833 (par. - John & Elizabeth)

Isitt, John - bap. 13 4 1838 (par. - John & Elizabeth)

Isitt, Martha - bap. 26 2 1831 (par. - John & Elizabeth)

Isitt, Martha - bap. 26 6 1836 (par. - John & Elizabeth)

Isitt, Mary - bap. 10 7 1829 (par. - John & Elizabeth)

James, Ann - bap. 19 8 1860 (par. - Henry & Jane)

James, Annie - bap. 13 9 1869 (par. - Joseph & Martha)

James, Charlotte - bap. 25 8 1870 (par. - Joseph & Martha)

James, Edward - bap. 7 2 1890 (par. - Mark & Mary)

James, Elizabeth - bap. 5 11 1854 (par. - Henry & Jane)

James, Elizabeth - bap. 20 2 1887 (par. - Mark & Mary)

James, Ellen - bap. 30 10 1864 (par. - Henry & Jane)

James, Elma - bap. 15 6 1930 (par. - Frederick & Alice)

James, Frederick - bap. 1 3 1885 (par. - Mark & Mary)

James, Frederick - bap. 25 3 1923 (par. - Albert & Alice)

James, Iris - bap. 29 2 1928 (par. - Frederick & Alice)

James, John - bap. 16 11 1868 (par. - Joseph & Martha)

James, John - bap. 5 7 1881 (par. - George & Eliza)

James, Joseph - bap. 30 10 1871 (par. - Joseph & Martha)

James, Joyce - bap. 30 5 1954 (par. - Frederick & Grace)

James, Kathleen - bap. 18 7 1948 (par. - William & Mary)

James, Michael - bap. 19 4 1953 (par. - Harold & Marie)

James, Reinfred - bap. 7 5 1950 (par. - William & Mary)

James, Sharon - bap. 19 4 1959 (par. - William & Mary)

James, Stephen - bap. 30 8 1891 (par. - Mark & Mary)

James, Susan - bap. 28 10 1951 (par. - Harold & Marie)

James, Thomas - bap. 3 8 1879 (par. - George & Eliza)

James, William - bap. 1 8 1920 (par. - Frederick & Martha)

James, William - bap. 14 9 1924 (par. - Albert & Alice)

Jenkins, Carolyn - bap. 15 10 1950 (par. - James & Mona)

Jenkins, George - bap. 16 9 1881 (par. - William & Jane)

Jenkins, Leslie Thomas - bap. 7 9 1913 (par. - William & Florence)

Jenkins, Muriel - bap. 24 8 1911 (par. - William & Florence)

Jenkins, William - bap. 27 12 1879 (par. - William & Jane)

John, Albert - bap. 21 9 1890 (par. - John & Frances)

John, Alice - bap. 23 1 1887 (par. - John & Fanny)

John, Anne - bap. 10 4 1814 (par. - Benjamin & Diana)

John, Charlotte - bap. 15 12 1888 (par. - John & Frances)

John, Daniel - bap. 22 4 1804 (par. - Benjamin & Diana)

John, Elizabeth - bap. 14 10 1744 (par. - Thomas & Catherine)

John, Elizabeth - bap. 11 8 1799 (par. - James & Jane)

John, Ellen - bap. 15 6 1862 (par. - Robert & Mary)

John, George - bap. 1 10 1797 (par. - James & Jane)

John, Henry - bap. 17 9 1699 (par. - Owen & Ann)

John, James - bap. 11 3 1804 (par. - James & Jane)

John, Jannet - bap. 25 1 1807 (par. - James & Jane)

John, John - bap. 1 11 1795 (par. - Thomas & Mary)

John, John - bap. 6 5 1810 (par. - Benjamin & Dinah)

John, Martha - bap. 23 7 1797 (par. - William & Catharine)

John, Mary - bap. 27 12 1801 (par. - James & Jane)

John, Philip - bap. 29 11 1716 (par. - Philip & Elizabeth)

John, Phoebe - bap. 31 5 1885 (par. - John & Frances)

John, Robert - bap. 9 8 1863 (par. - William & Mary)

John, Rowland - bap. 1 4 1810 (par. - James & Jane)

John, Thomas - bap. 15 11 1807 (par. - Benjamin & Dina)

John, Thomas - bap. 9 4 1865 (par. - Robert & Mary)

John, William - bap. 15 5 1796 (par. - James & Jane)

John, William - bap. 17 5 1866 (par. - William & Mary)

Jones, - (son) - bap. 18 2 1872 (par. - John & Elizabeth)

Jones, Ann - bap. 14 1 1738 (par. - Benjamin & Ann)

Jones, Ann - bap. 9 11 1746 (par. - William & Mary)

Jones, Ann - bap. 27 7 1766 (par. - William Jones (younger)

Jones, Anne - bap. 13 5 1832 (par. - James & Martha)

Jones, Benjamin - bap. 26 8 1764 (par. - William Jones)

Jones, Charles - bap. 23 12 1723 (par. - Essex & Dorothy)

Jones, Elizabeth - bap. 6 11 1715 (par. - John & Francis)

Jones, Elizabeth - bap. 6 9 1733 (par. - William & Mary)

Jones, Elizabeth - bap. 17 3 1754 (par. - William Jones (younger)

Jones, Elizabeth - bap. 9 12 1826 (par. - James & Martha)

Jones, Essex - bap. 29 10 1726 (par. - Essex & Dorothy)

Jones, Isaac - bap. 3 6 1736 (par. - William & Mary)

Jones, James - bap. 21 2 1875 (par. - John & Elizabeth)

Jones, Jane - bap. 6 3 1720 (par. - John & Frances)

Jones, Jane - bap. 10 4 1756 (par. - William Jones (junior)

Jones, Jane - bap. 27 9 1761 (par. - Elizabeth Jones)

Jones, Jane - bap. 3 11 1833 (par. - James & Martha)

Jones, Jennet - bap. 5 4 1770 (par. - William Jones)

Jones, John - bap. 13 1 1711 (par. - John & Francis)

Jones, John - bap. 29 4 1759 (par. - Isaac Jones)

Jones, John - bap. 12 4 1761 (par. - William Jones (younger)

Jones, John - bap. 23 9 1764 (par. - William Jones)

Jones, John - bap. 11 10 1818 (par. - James & Martha)

Jones, John - bap. 30 4 1854 (par. - John & Sarah)

Jones, John - bap. 2 12 1913 (par. - Edgar & Eliza)

Jones, John - bap. 21 6 1942 (par. - Dennis & Lilian)

Jones, Jone - bap. 29 4 1722 (par. - John & Frances)

Jones, Margaret - bap. 12 1 1717 (par. - John & Francis)

Jones, Margaret - bap. 3 9 1758 (par. - William Jones (junior)

Jones, Martha - bap. 29 5 1829 (par. - James & Martha)

Jones, Mary - bap. 29 3 1714 (par. - John & Francis)

Jones, Mary - bap. 27 12 1741 (par. - David & Ann)

Jones, Mary - bap. 15 10 1749 (par. - William & Elizabeth)

Jones, Mary - bap. 9 4 1749 (par. - William & Mary)

Jones, Mary - bap. 16 3 1821 (par. - James & Martha)

Jones, Michael - bap. 9 3 1802 (par. - Mary Jones)

Jones, Philip - bap. 2 1 1824 (par. - James & Martha)

Jones, Rees - bap. 19 10 1735 (par. - John (dec.) & Elizabeth)

Jones, Rees (twin) - bap. 18 2 1731 (par. - John & Elizabeth)

Jones, Richard - bap. 7 9 1760 (par. - Isaac Jones)

Jones, Thomas - bap. 6 10 1721 (par. - Essex & Dorothy)

Jones, Thomas - bap. 14 6 1743 (par. - William & Mary)

Jones, Thomas - bap. 10 8 1873 (par. - John & Elizabeth)

Jones, Thomas (twin) - bap. 18 2 1731 (par. - John & Elizabeth)

Jones, Thomas# - bap. 19 6 1709 (par. - John & Francis)

Jones, William - bap. 5 12 1751 (par. - William & Elizabeth)

Josey, Chloe Ellen - bap. 25 3 1989 (par. - David & Sara)

Josey, Leanne Marie - bap. 11 6 1995 (par. - Mark & Erica)

Josey, Melissa - bap. 31 3 1991 (par. - Mark & Erica)

Josey, Wesley - bap. 27 9 1987 (par. - David & Sara)

Kern, James - bap. 30 9 1722 (par. - James & Elizabeth)

Kerne, William - bap. 8 6 1718 (par. - James & Elizabeth)

Konholling#, Thomas - bap. 26 9 1681 (par. - -)

Laless, Elizabeth - bap. 21 4 1754 (par. - Owen Laless)

Laless, Jane - bap. 13 6 1756 (par. - Owen Laless)

Laless, Owen - bap. 30 11 1760 (par. - Owen Laless)

Laless, William - bap. 25 1 1767 (par. - Henry Laless)

Lawless, Priscilla - bap. 14 10 1798 (par. - William & Jane)

Lawless, William - bap. 27 9 1801 (par. - William & Jane)

Leach, Abraham - bap. 4 5 1760 (par. - Philip Leach)

Leach, Abraham - bap. 16 3 1776 (par. - John Leach)

Leach, Dorothy - bap. 28 9 1674 (par. - William & #)

Leach, Elizabeth - bap. 2 11 1760 (par. - Henry Leach)

Leach, James - bap. 25 8 1728 (par. - Thomas & Judith)

Leach, James - bap. 14 11 1756 (par. - Philip Leach)

Leach, Jane - bap. 28 4 1674 (par. - John & Abra)

Leach, Jane# - bap. 29 10 1752 (par. - Philip & Elizabeth)

Leach, John - bap. 21 4 1751 (par. - Philip & Elizabeth)

Leach, Mary# - bap. 22 10 1676 (par. - John & Abra)

Leach, Philip - bap. 6 5 1725 (par. - Thomas & Judith)

Leach, Sibele # - bap. 30 3 1680 (par. - John & Abra)

Leach, William - bap. 1 10 1765 (par. - Philip Leach)

Lewes, John - bap. 5 8 1694 (par. - Richard & Elinor)

Lewhellin, William - bap. 11 8 1782 (par. - Alexander & Sarah)

Lewis, David - bap. 1 3 1695 (par. - Richard Lewis)

Lewis, David - bap. 24 12 1848 (par. - Erasmus & Mary)

Lewis, Elizabeth - bap. 28 3 1819 (par. - Mary Lewis)

Lewis, Frances - bap. 24 7 1892 (par. - John & Margaret)

Lewis, George - bap. 24 2 1826 (par. - Rachel Lewis)

Lewis, George - bap. 13 9 1857 (par. - Erasmus & Mary)

Lewis, George - bap. 14 3 1883 (par. - Mary Lewis)

Lewis, George (adult) - bap. 24 2 1959 (par. - Richard & Elizabeth)

Lewis, Hugh - bap. 19 4 1702 (par. - Richard Lewis)

Lewis, Ishmael - bap. 19 10 1737 (par. - Elizabeth Lewis)

Lewis, Janet - bap. 18 5 1958 (par. - Lionel & Lilian Thresher)

Lewis, Janice - bap. 22 1 1961 (par. - Geoffrey & Joyce)

Lewis, John - bap. 3 8 1794 (par. - Benjamin Lewis)

Lewis, John - bap. 25 3 1821 (par. - Mary Lewis)

Lewis, John - bap. 25 1 1888 (par. - Mary Lewis)

Lewis, John - bap. 7 5 1893 (par. - John & Martha)

Lewis, Karl - bap. 14 4 1963 (par. - William & Patricia)

Lewis, Keith - bap. 25 5 1958 (par. - David & Janet)

Lewis, Mary - bap. 22 2 1726 (par. - David & Eleanor)

Lewis, Mary - bap. 11 5 1817 (par. - Mary Lewis)

Lewis, Mary - bap. 1860 (par. - George & Margaret)

Lewis, Raymond - bap. 8 3 1953 (par. - Geoffrey & Joyce)

Lewis, Richard - bap. 2 4 1704 (par. - Richard & Eleanor)

Lewis, Stephanie - bap. 14 2 1965 (par. - William & Patricia)

Lewis, Thomas - bap. 16 3 1706 (par. - Richard & Eleanor)

Lewis, Thomas - bap. 4 6 1854 (par. - Erasmus & Mary)

Lewis, William - bap. 2 5 1725 (par. - David & Alice)

Lewis, William - bap. 18 9 1785 (par. - David & Margaret)

Lewis, William - bap. 22 4 1910 (par. - Annie Lewis)

Lewis, Williams - bap. 29 7 1849 (par. - Thomas # & Louisa)

Lewis#, Abraham - bap. 12 1 1699 (par. - Richard Lewis)

Lewis#, David - bap. 19 9 1699 (par. - Richard & Elnor)

Ley, Martha - bap. 18 9 1836 (par. - Nicolas & Joyce)

Ley, Peter - bap. 14 4 1839 (par. - Nicolas & Joyce)

Llewellin, Ann - bap. 7 8 1802 (par. - John & Ann)

Llewellin, James - bap. 26 3 1820 (par. - William & Mary)

Llewellin, Margaret - bap. 26 5 1816 (par. - William & Mary)

Llewellin, Mary - bap. 20 8 1786 (par. - Alexander & Sarah)

Llewellin, Mary - bap. 23 9 1798 (par. - John & Ann)

Llewellin, Sarah - bap. 5 4 1827 (par. - William & Mary)

Llewellyn, Albert - bap. 11 2 1885 (par. - James & Mary)

Llewellyn, George - bap. 3 10 1784 (par. - Alexander & Sarah)

Llewellyn, Thomas - bap. 2 3 1881 (par. - James & Mary)

Llewellyn, William - bap. 25 4 1884 (par. - James & Mary)

Lloyd, Ann - bap. 9 1 1811 (par. - John & Jane)

Lloyd, Benjamin - bap. 22 1 1758 (par. - Francis & Elizabeth)

Lloyd, Benjamin - bap. 4 1 1820 (par. - John & Jane)

Lloyd, Elizabeth - bap. 18 4 1728 (par. - Isaac & Margaret)

Lloyd, Elizabeth - bap. 1809 (par. - John & Jane)

Lloyd, Elizabeth - bap. 20 4 1818 (par. - John & Lettice)

Lloyd, Elizabeth - bap. 9 7 1820 (par. - John & Lettice)

Lloyd, Elizabeth - bap. 19 1 1851 (par. - Isaac & Ann)

Lloyd, Frances - bap. 21 8 1847 (par. - Isaac & Ann)

Lloyd, Francis - bap. 23 12 1721 (par. - Isaac & Margaret)

Lloyd, Francis - bap. 3 6 1760 (par. - Francis Lloyd)

Lloyd, Francis - bap. 5 8 1828 (par. - John & Lettice)

Lloyd, Frank - bap. 22 4 1860 (par. - Benjamin & Elizabeth)

Lloyd, George - bap. 27 1 1833 (par. - John & Letitia)

Lloyd, Isaac - bap. 16 10 1730 (par. - Isaac & Margaret)

Lloyd, Isaac - bap. 11 3 1754 (par. - Francis & Elizabeth)

Lloyd, Isaac - bap. 14 4 1762 (par. - Isaac & Frances)

Lloyd, Isaac - bap. 4 5 1815 (par. - John & Jane)

Lloyd, Isaac - bap. 11 11 1855 (par. - Isaac & Ann)

Lloyd, James - bap. 20 3 1825 (par. - John & Lettice)

Lloyd, Jane - bap. 15 1 1818 (par. - John & Jane)

Lloyd, John - bap. 7 9 1755 (par. - Isaac & Frances)

Lloyd, John - bap. 19 4 1756 (par. - Francis & Elizabeth)

Lloyd, John - bap. 28 2 1786 (par. - Isaac & Elizabeth)

Lloyd, John - bap. 19 5 1822 (par. - John & Lettice)

Lloyd, John - bap. 23 9 1849 (par. - Isaac & Ann)

Lloyd, Letitia - bap. 11 4 1873 (par. - Mary Lloyd)

Lloyd, Margaret - bap. 27 3 1753 (par. - Francis & Elizabeth)

Lloyd, Margaret - bap. 25 6 1779 (par. - Isaac LLoyd)

Lloyd, Margaret - bap. 14 1 1813 (par. - John & Jane)

Lloyd, Maria - bap. 27 8 1768 (par. - Francis Lloyd (supp.)

Lloyd, Mary - bap. 4 4 1758 (par. - Isaac & Frances)

Lloyd, Mary - bap. 27 5 1822 (par. - John & Jane)

Lloyd, Mary - bap. 26 6 1853 (par. - Isaac & Ann)

Lloyd, Thomas - bap. 6 1 1814 (par. - John & Lettice)

Lloyd, Thomas - bap. 15 4 1852 (par. - Benjamin & Elizabeth)

Lloyd, William - bap. 6 8 1815 (par. - John & Letitia)

Lloyd, William - bap. 25 9 1853 (par. - Bemjamin & Elizabeth)

Lloyd, William - bap. 7 6 1857 (par. - Isaac & Ann)

Lluollin, Elizabeth - bap. 18 12 1715 (par. - John & Mary)

Long, George - bap. 16 8 1823 (par. - George & Margaret)

Long, Henry - bap. 14 3 1773 (par. - Henry Long)

Long, John - bap. 6 8 1820 (par. - George & Margaret)

Loyd, Laurentia - bap. 13 8 1725 (par. - Isaac & Margaret)

Mace, Albert - bap. 7 4 1889 (par. - Charles & Louisa)

Mace, Charles - bap. 12 7 1885 (par. - Charles & Louisa)

Mace, John - bap. 4 9 1887 (par. - Charles & Louisa)

Mason, Elizabeth - bap. 3 3 1872 (par. - David & Sarah)

Mathers, William - bap. 17 3 1916 (par. - George & Ann)

Mathews, George - bap. 3 9 1815 (par. - James & Elizabeth)

Mathews, William - bap. 5 4 1812 (par. - James & Elizabeth)

Mathias, Mary - bap. 3 3 1872 (par. - Jane Mathias)

Mathias, Thomas - bap. 17 12 1874 (par. - Jane Mathias)

Matthews, Elizabeth - bap. 26 9 1847 (par. - James & Ann)

Matthews, George - bap. 30 1 1842 (par. - James & Ann)

Matthias, Ann - bap. 5 11 1854 (par. - James & Ann)

Matthias, Emily - bap. 29 11 1868 (par. - William & Sarah)

Matthias, Frances - bap. 29 8 1852 (par. - James & Ann)

Matthias, Frances - bap. 12 2 1871 (par. - William & Sarah)

Matthias, James - bap. 30 5 1858 (par. - James & Ann)

Matthias, John - bap. 1840 (par. - James & Anne)

Matthias, Thomas - bap. 11 5 1845 (par. - James & Ann)

Matthias, William - bap. 14 7 1850 (par. - James & Ann)

McFee, Frederick - bap. 13 2 1876 (par. - Andrew & Anne)

McHugh, Joanna - bap. 24 7 1983 (par. - Paul & Kathleen)

McHugh, Thomas - bap. 6 12 1981 (par. - Paul & Kathleen)

McIvor, Hilda - bap. 5 5 1895 (par. - James & Edith)

Mitchell, George - bap. 8 2 1818 (par. - David & Sarah)

Moor, Frances - bap. 13 7 1884 (par. - Charles & Jane)

Moore, Rose - bap. 4 9 1887 (par. - Charles & Jane)

Morgan, Anne - bap. 12 2 1815 (par. - Abraham & Elizabeth)

Morgan, Elizabeth - bap. 14 2 1820 (par. - Abraham & Elizabeth)

Morgan, Margaret - bap. 6 11 1898 (par. - John & Margaret)

Morgan, Martha - bap. 28 6 1863 (par. - Philip & Mary)

Morgan, Natalie - bap. 13 1 1985 (par. - Benjamin & Sharon)

Morgan, Samantha - bap. 19 4 1981 (par. - Benjamin & Sharon)

Morgan, William - bap. 5 2 1734 (par. - William & Ann)

Morgan, William - bap. 2 6 1900 (par. - John & Margaret)

Morgans, Alexandra - bap. 12 10 1902 (par. - John & Margaret)

Morrice, Alice - bap. 1 1 1703 (par. - Griffith & Mary)

Morrice, Catherine - bap. 25 3 1701 (par. - Griffith Morrice)

Morrice, Henry - bap. 3 4 1709 (par. - Griffith & Mary)

Morrice, Mary - bap. 10 3 1705 (par. - Griffith & Mary)

Morris, Anne - bap. 7 4 1878 (par. - Jane Morris)

Morris, Carl - bap. 20 10 1990 (par. - Janice Dickenson)

Morris, Elizabeth - bap. 2 5 1854 (par. - George & Ann)

Morris, Mary - bap. 9 4 1884 (par. - John & Martha)

Morris, Rosa - bap. 24 7 1881 (par. - John & Mary)

Morrow#, Elizabeth - bap. 1687 (par. - Morriss & Ann)

Nash, Catherine - bap. 20 1 1847 (par. - Margaret Nash)

Nash, Elizabeth - bap. 11 9 1791 (par. - Henry & Anne)

Nash, Elizabeth - bap. 1851 (par. - Sarah Nash)

Nash, Jane - bap. 13 7 1845 (par. - Margaret Nash)

Nash, Jennet - bap. 25 5 1788 (par. - Henry & Anne)

Nash, John - bap. 13 6 1778 (par. - Mary Nash)

Nash, Margaret - bap. 12 9 1813 (par. - Robert & Elizabeth)

Nash, Mary - bap. 17 3 1793 (par. - Robert & Jane)

Nash, Thomas - bap. 8 5 1842 (par. - Margaret Nash)

Nash, William - bap. 6 8 1786 (par. - Henry & Anne)

Nash, William - bap. 7 5 1834 (par. - Martha Nash)

Newton, Isabella - bap. 2 10 1854 (par. - John & Jane)

Nicholas, Andrew - bap. 10 5 1953 (par. - William & Freda)

Nicholas, Christian - bap. 1 5 1977 (par. - Martyn & Linda)

Nicholas, Eileen - bap. 28 3 1934 (par. - William & Martha)

Nicholas, Ellen - bap. 13 10 1907 (par. - William & Ann)

Nicholas, Henry - bap. 8 9 1886 (par. - James & Ellen)

Nicholas, John - bap. 23 12 1896 (par. - William & Elizabeth)

Nicholas, Martyn - bap. 25 9 1955 (par. - William & Freda)

Nicholas, Mary - bap. 7 12 1890 (par. - James & Ellen)

Nicholas, Rachel - bap. 7 8 1892 (par. - William & Elizabeth)

Nicholas, Sarah - bap. 30 3 1980 (par. - Martyn & Linda)

Nicholas, William - bap. 1 6 1930 (par. - William & Martha)

Norris, Edith - bap. 11 5 1862 (par. - John & Esther)

Norris, Margaret - bap. 31 3 1861 (par. - John & Esther)

OBrien, Michelle - bap. 29 7 1979 (par. - Michael & Susan)

OBrien, Stephen - bap. 11 7 1982 (par. - Michael & Susan)

OConnor, Kim - bap. 23 8 1964 (par. - James & Betty)

Owen, Ann - bap. 27 11 1859 (par. - Thomas & Sarah)

Owen, Thomas - bap. 10 12 1826 (par. - Jane Owen)

Owen, Thomas - bap. 27 10 1861 (par. - Thomas & Sarah)

Owens, Edwin - bap. 3 5 1891 (par. - Richard & Jessie)

Owens, Jane - bap. 6 9 1857 (par. - Thomas & Sarah)

Paget, Elizabeth - bap. 8 12 1820 (par. - William & Margaret)

Paget, Elizabeth - bap. 20 1 1824 (par. - William & Margaret)

Paget, Mary - bap. 16 1 1817 (par. - William & Margaret)

Palmer, John - bap. 5 1 1812 (par. - John & Margaret)

Palmer, Walter - bap. 5 1 1812 (par. - John & Margaret)

Parrot, George - bap. 20 12 1778 (par. - Walter & Elizabeth)

Parsons, Agnes - bap. 1 12 1889 (par. - Edwin & Annie)

Pearson, Angela - bap. 25 3 1973 (par. - Derek & Angela)

Perrott, Robert - bap. 20 10 1844 (par. - James & Sarah)

Peter, George - bap. 24 5 1812 (par. - Jane Peter)

Peters, Brenda - bap. 15 5 1894 (par. - Henry & Mary)

Peters, Edna - bap. 16 4 1900 (par. - Henry & Mary)

Peters, Leila - bap. 24 9 1895 (par. - Henry & Mary)

Petre, Elizabeth - bap. 4 4 1717 (par. - William & Janet)

Petre, Richard - bap. 17 10 1714 (par. - William & Janet)

Petre, William - bap. 4 4 1717 (par. - William & Janet)

Phelp, Joan - bap. 14 9 1701 (par. - John Phelp)

Phelp, John - bap. 29 4 1705 (par. - John & Mary)

Phelp, Judith - bap. 25 4 1703 (par. - John (jnr.) & Mary)

Phelps, Eliza - bap. 23 10 1829 (par. - Joseph & Mary)

Phelps, Elizabeth - bap. 23 10 1864 (par. - George & Jane)

Phelps, Mary - bap. 7 8 1836 (par. - Mary Phelps)

Phelps, William - bap. 11 2 1855 (par. - Mary Phelps)

Philips, Martha - bap. 18 3 1866 (par. - David & Sarah)

Phillips, Catherine adult - bap. 3 10 1926 (par. - )

Phillips, David - bap. 9 8 1874 (par. - David & Martha)

Phillips, David - bap. 3 10 1926 (par. - John & Catherine)

Phillips, Henry - bap. 15 2 1830 (par. - George & Mary)

Phillips, Henry - bap. 11 3 1877 (par. - David & Martha)

Phillips, Mona - bap. 3 10 1926 (par. - John & Catherine)

Phillips, William - bap. 16 7 1872 (par. - David & Martha)

Philp, Andrew - bap. 5 12 1736 (par. - Richard & Ann)

Philp, Anne - bap. 20 5 1728 (par. - Richard & Anne)

Philp, Hannah - bap. 24 2 1730 (par. - Richard & Ann)

Philp, John - bap. 21 4 1734 (par. - Richard & Ann)

Philps, Richard - bap. 27 8 1699 (par. - John Philps)

Philps, Sarah - bap. 28 8 1698 (par. - John Philps)

Philps, William - bap. 20 7 1740 (par. - Richard & Ann)

Philps#, Jennett - bap. 29 5 1670 (par. - John & Joan)

Powell, Alice - bap. 11 11 1879 (par. - William & Emma)

Powell, Ann - bap. 9 11 1794 (par. - John & Judah)

Powell, Elizabeth - bap. 11 3 1832 (par. - James & Hannah)

Powell, Elizabeth - bap. 20 11 1842 (par. - James & Hannah)

Powell, James - bap. 20 9 1840 (par. - James & Hannah)

Powell, Jane - bap. 4 3 1798 (par. - John & Judah)

Powell, John - bap. 1858 (par. - Margaret Powell)

Powell, Margaret - bap. 26 1 1834 (par. - James & Hannah)

Powell, Martha - bap. 1847 (par. - Mary Powell)

Powell, Thomas - bap. 10 7 1836 (par. - James & Hannah)

Powell, William - bap. 30 6 1838 (par. - James & Hannnah)

Poyer, George - bap. 18 11 1677 (par. - Faithfull & Jone#)

Poyer, Henry - bap. 26 11 1682 (par. - Henry & Mary)

Poyer, Jane - bap. 29 3 1681 (par. - Faithfull & Jone)

Poyer, John - bap. 1677 (par. - James & Mary)

Poyer, Martha - bap. 4 1 1676 (par. - Hendry & Mary)

Poyer, Mary - bap. 26 4 1674 (par. - Faithfull & Joan)

Poyer, Mary - bap. 18 10 1688 (par. - Hendry & Mary)

Poyer, Mary - bap. 14 6 1690 (par. - Faithfull & Mary)

Poyer, William - bap. 7 2 1688 (par. - Faithfull & Mary)

Protherou, Mary - bap. 14 2 1796 (par. - William & Mary)

Pursar, Charles - bap. 22 1 1786 (par. - Charles & Elizabeth)

Purser, Mary - bap. 3 8 1673 (par. - William & Mary)

Purser, Sarah - bap. 28 6 1807 (par. - George & Martha)

Read, John - bap. 1 8 1736 (par. - Richard & Sarah)

Reed, # - bap. 6 8 1676 (par. - -)

Reed, Alfred - bap. 4 11 1888 (par. - Mary Reed)

Reed, Lilian (adult) - bap. 24 6 1951 (par. - George & Sarah)

Rees, Brinley - bap. 10 7 1932 (par. - William & Elizabeth)

Rees, David - bap. 26 10 1942 (par. - William & Elizabeth)

Rees, Elizabeth - bap. 25 3 1889 (par. - William & Letitia)

Rees, Mary - bap. 28 7 1745 (par. - William & Margaret)

Rees, Mildred - bap. 25 6 1944 (par. - William & Elizabeth)

Rees, Minnie (adult) - bap. 22 6 1951 (par. - Griffith & Anne)

Rees, Pauline - bap. 22 9 1935 (par. - William & Elizabeth)

Rees, Peter - bap. 29 6 1947 (par. - William & Elizabeth)

Rees, Sarah - bap. 5 8 1879 (par. - Maurice & Eileen)

Rees, Sydney - bap. 3 9 1876 (par. - Thomas & Eleanor)

Rees, Thomas - bap. 10 1 1813 (par. - Mary Rees)

Rees, Thomas - bap. 10 10 1877 (par. - Thomas & Eleanor)

Rees, William - bap. 28 3 1934 (par. - William & Elizabeth)

Renolds, John - bap. 26 12 1714 (par. - Patrick & Jane)

Reynish, Mary - bap. 26 4 1857 (par. - John & Sarah)

Reynold, Elizabeth - bap. 5 10 1740 (par. - Thomas & Mary)

Reynolds, Ann - bap. 25 9 1737 (par. - Thomas & Mary)

Reynolds, Anne - bap. 11 8 1717 (par. - Patrick & Jane)

Reynolds, Colin - bap. 1 2 1931 (par. - Stanley & Ada)

Reynolds, June - bap. 1857 (par. - Thomas & Ann)

Reynolds, Sarah - bap. 8 4 1860 (par. - Thomas & Ann)

Richards, Hannah - bap. 13 10 1844 (par. - John & -)

Richards, John - bap. 8 6 1924 (par. - Jenkin & Rachel)

Richards, Martha - bap. 25 3 1892 (par. - Benjamin & Jane)

Road, Catherine - bap. 12 4 1713 (par. - Henry & Catherine)

Road, Rice - bap. 11 12 1715 (par. - Henry & Catherine)

Road, Richard - bap. 7 5 1710 (par. - Henry & Catherine)

Road, William - bap. 20 4 1707 (par. - Henry & Elizabeth)

Roade, Hester - bap. 7 7 1694 (par. - George & Mary)

Roadf, Humphrey - bap. 2 1 1703 (par. - Henry & Elizabeth)

Roberts, David - bap. 5 7 1970 (par. - Siriol & Catherine)

Roberts, Elizabeth - bap. 20 10 1851 (par. - Daniel & Elizabeth)

Roberts, George - bap. 16 7 1846 (par. - Daniel & Elizabeth)

Roberts, John - bap. 11 7 1842 (par. - Daniel & Elizabeth)

Roberts, Mary - bap. 18 8 1849 (par. - Daniel & Elizabeth)

Roberts, Mary - bap. 20 11 1851 (par. - Daniel & Elizabeth)

Roberts, William - bap. 1850 (par. - Daniel & Elizabeth)

Roblin, William - bap. 1 1 1828 (par. - William & Margaret)

Roch, Elizabeth - bap. 25 2 1704 (par. - John & Mary)

Roderick, Charles - bap. 10 7 1910 (par. - Edward & Marion)

Roderick, John - bap. 21 5 1905 (par. - Edward & Marion)

Roderick, Margaret - bap. 26 8 1906 (par. - Edward & Marion)

Rogers, Annie - bap. 29 11 1885 (par. - John & Eliza)

Rogers, Bethan - bap. 17 8 1986 (par. - Roland & Linda)

Rogers, Cyril - bap. 1 7 1923 (par. - John & Ada)

Rogers, Eliza - bap. 1 2 1832 (par. - James & Anne)

Rogers, Eliza - bap. 3 5 1896 (par. - John & Eliza)

Rogers, Elizabeth - bap. 4 6 1769 (par. - James Rogers)

Rogers, Frank - bap. 11 8 1888 (par. - John & Eliza)

Rogers, George - bap. 10 4 1785 (par. - James & Mary)

Rogers, Gertrude - bap. 3 4 1898 (par. - John & Eliza)

Rogers, Jane - bap. 12 4 1835 (par. - James & Anne)

Rogers, John - bap. 17 3 1771 (par. - James Rogers)

Rogers, John - bap. 7 6 1891 (par. - John & Eliza)

Rogers, Margaret - bap. 4 3 1833 (par. - James & Anne)

Rogers, Mary - bap. 4 11 1884 (par. - John & Eliza)

Rogers, Mervyn - bap. 21 2 1926 (par. - John & Ada)

Rogers, Priscilla - bap. 22 1 1778 (par. - James Rogers)

Rogers, Rhian Claire - bap. 29 10 1989 (par. - Roland & Linda)

Rogers, Ronald - bap. 6 5 1928 (par. - John & Ada)

Rogers, Sylvia - bap. 16 9 1948 (par. - Ronald & Melvyn)

Rogers, Walter - bap. 10 3 1887 (par. - John & Eliza)

Rogers, William - bap. 2 5 1773 (par. - James Rogers)

Rogers, William - bap. 11 6 1775 (par. - James Rogers)

Rogers, William - bap. 2 9 1883 (par. - John & Eliza)

Rossar, Martha - bap. 11 10 1813 (par. - John & Sarah)

Rossar, Mary - bap. 14 5 1812 (par. - John & Sarah)

Rowe, John - bap. 2 8 1816 (par. - John & Jane)

Rowe, John (bastard)- bap. 25 3 1964 (par. - Peter Rowe)

Rowe, Mary - bap. 1 11 1767 (par. - Peter Rowe)

Rowley, Eleanor - bap. 11 2 1891 (par. - Benjamin & Susan)

Russan, Anne - bap. 14 8 1785 (par. - John & Rebecca)

Russiter, Annie - bap. 26 10 1862 (par. - Thomas & Priscilla)

Russiter, Elizabeth - bap. 21 3 1852 (par. - John & Rebekah)

Russiter, Frances - bap. 11 12 1851 (par. - Thomas & Priscilla)

Russiter, James - bap. 9 3 1856 (par. - Thomas & Priscilla)

Russiter, Jane - bap. 9 5 1847 (par. - John & Rebekah)

Russiter, John - bap. 18 11 1849 (par. - Thomas & Priscilla)

Russiter, John - bap. 9 12 1849 (par. - John & Rebekah)

Russiter, Margaret - bap. 24 11 1844 (par. - John & Rebekah)

Russiter, Mary - bap. 24 11 1844 (par. - John & Rebekah)

Russiter, Priscilla - bap. 11 9 1860 (par. - Thomas & Priscilla)

Russiter, William - bap. 21 3 1858 (par. - Thomas & Priscilla)

Saise, Frances - bap. 15 12 1739 (par. - John & Catherine)

Saise, John - bap. 1 6 1746 (par. - John & Catherine)

Saise, Mary - bap. 6 12 1691 (par. - Pattrick & Elinor)

Saise, Mary - bap. 2 6 1751 (par. - John & Katherine)

Sanders, Mary - bap. 13 2 1876 (par. - Richard & Sarah)

Sayce, # - bap. 20 1 1782 (par. - Mary Sayce)

Sayse, William - bap. 24 5 1824 (par. - Sarah Sayse)

Scale, Albert - bap. 3 4 1899 (par. - Jane Scale)

Scone, Violet - bap. 28 4 1921 (par. - Daniel & Mary)

Scourfield, Doris - bap. 23 12 1928 (par. - Frederick & Gertrude)

Sebborn, William - bap. 5 1 1858 (par. - George & Esther)

Skone, Ann - bap. 8 8 1762 (par. - John & Elizabeth)

Skone, Charlotte - bap. 29 3 1882 (par. - James & Sarah)

Skone, Edith - bap. 5 6 1898 (par. - William & Ellen)

Skone, Elizabeth H - bap. 18 2 1807 (par. - John & Elizabeth)

Skone, George - bap. 18 11 1759 (par. - John Skone)

Skone, James - bap. 25 3 1884 (par. - James & Sarah)

Skone, John - bap. 30 4 1758 (par. - Henry Skone)

Skone, John - bap. 27 6 1880 (par. - James & Sarah)

Skone, Martha - bap. 2 6 1878 (par. - James & Sarah)

Smith, Alfred - bap. 3 8 1873 (par. - Jane Smith)

Smith, Frances - bap. 28 7 1916 (par. - George & Martha)

Smith, Isabella - bap. 8 1 1911 (par. - George & Martha)

Smith, Margaret - bap. 11 6 1909 (par. - George & Martha)

Smith, Wilfred - bap. 27 5 1914 (par. - George & Martha)

Smith, William - bap. 16 12 1912 (par. - George & Martha)

Starling, Beatrice - bap. 16 8 1863 (par. - William & Ann)

Starling, Henry - bap. 22 4 1860 (par. - William & Ann)

Starling, Susannah - bap. 7 11 1858 (par. - William & Ann)

Starling, Walter - bap. 23 3 1862 (par. - William & Ann)

Stephens, # - bap. 10 7 1780 (par. - John & Elizabeth)

Stephens, Arthur - bap. 5 4 1896 (par. - Thomas & Martha)

Stephens, Elizabeth - bap. 14 1 1855 (par. - George & Elizabeth)

Stephens, Emily - bap. 10 12 1905 (par. - William & Emily)

Stephens, Frances - bap. 1 11 1785 (par. - John & Elizabeth)

Stephens, Frances - bap. 1 8 1858 (par. - Richard & Elizabeth)

Stephens, Hubert - bap. 16 6 1901 (par. - Thomas & Martha)

Stephens, Joseph - bap. 3 6 1894 (par. - Thomas & Martha)

Stephens, Lizzy - bap. 28 5 1854 (par. - William & Elizabeth)

Stephens, Mary - bap. 3 8 1794 (par. - William Stephens)

Stephens, Mary - bap. 28 4 1861 (par. - William & Elizabeth)

Stephens, Thomas - bap. 21 8 1892 (par. - Thomas & Martha)

Stephens, Walter - bap. 8 11 1863 (par. - William & Elizabeth)

Stevens, Benjamin - bap. 11 12 1839 (par. - James & Mary)

Stevens, Ellen - bap. 14 4 1844 (par. - William & Elizabeth)

Stevens, Frances - bap. 1847 (par. - William & Elizabeth)

Stevens, George - bap. 7 11 1839 (par. - William & Elizabeth)

Stevens, James - bap. 10 8 1856 (par. - Richard & Elizabeth)

Stevens, John - bap. 1 5 1842 (par. - James & Mary)

Stevens, John - bap. 15 1 1849 (par. - William & Elizabeth)

Stevens, John - bap. 31 5 1857 (par. - William & Elizabeth)

Stevens, Mary - bap. 15 1 1852 (par. - John & Elizabeth)

Stevens, Thomas - bap. 30 1 1842 (par. - William & Elizabeth)

Stewart, Elizabeth - bap. 2 2 1745 (par. - Arthur & Mary)

Stewart, John - bap. 3 12 1740 (par. - Arthur & Mary)

Stewart, Rees - bap. 6 3 1739 (par. - Arthur & Mary)

Stewart, Thomas - bap. 27 4 1743 (par. - Arthur & Mary)

Stuart, Jane - bap. 22 7 1750 (par. - Arthur & Mary)

Summers, Martha - bap. 19 4 1835 (par. - George & Sarah)

Tancred, Charles (ideot) - bap. 19 4 1754 (par. - Elizabeth Tancred)

Tancred, Elizabeth - bap. 28 2 1702 (par. - Charles & Luce)

Tancred, Francis - bap. 9 10 1737 (par. - Charles & Elizabeth)

Tancred, Henry - bap. 21 11 1708 (par. - Charles & Luce)

Tancred, John - bap. 17 8 1707 (par. - Charles & Luce)

Tancred, John - bap. 1 6 1739 (par. - Charles & Elizabeth)

Tancred, Luce - bap. 29 5 1732 (par. - Charles & Elizabeth)

Tancred, Luce - bap. 26 1 1749 (par. - Ann Tancred)

Tancred, Thomas - bap. 29 7 1745 (par. - Ann Tancred)

Tankard, Elizabeth - bap. 20 4 1729 (par. - Charles & Elizabeth)

Tankerd, James - bap. 20 6 1697 (par. - Charles Tankerd)

Tankerd, Jane - bap. 10 4 1699 (par. - Charles Tankerd)

Tankerd, John - bap. 7 5 1697 (par. - Griffith & Mary)

Tankot, Anne - bap. 20 8 1721 (par. - Charles & Elizabeth)

Tasker, Andrew - bap. 1679 (par. - George & Mary)

Tasker, Richard - bap. 16 12 1676 (par. - Richard & Catrin)

Tasker, William - bap. 17 5 1574 (par. - Richard & Cattrine)

Tasker#, Hester# - bap. 30 12 1671 (par. - Richard & Catrine)

Thomas, - (son) - bap. 31 1 1819 (par. - Jane Thomas)

Thomas, Anne - bap. 5 12 1708 (par. - David & Dorothy)

Thomas, Anne - bap. 14 10 1792 (par. - John & Sarah)

Thomas, Anne - bap. 4 10 1835 (par. - John & Sarah)

Thomas, Anne - bap. 7 5 1839 (par. - Richard & Mary)

Thomas, Anne - bap. 11 7 1869 (par. - George & Anne)

Thomas, Benjamin - bap. 1 2 1891 (par. - John & Sarah)

Thomas, Bertie - bap. 3 10 1897 (par. - John & Sarah)

Thomas, Catherine - bap. 22 2 1714 (par. - Mary Thomas)

Thomas, Catherine - bap. 9 1 1842 (par. - Richard & Mary)

Thomas, David - bap. 19 9 1697 (par. - David & Dorothy)

Thomas, David - bap. 2 12 1705 (par. - David & Dorothy)

Thomas, Edwin - bap. 8 11 1885 (par. - John & Sarah)

Thomas, Eleanor - bap. 24 10 1702 (par. - David & Dorothy)

Thomas, Elisa - bap. 20 11 1853 (par. - Richard & Mary)

Thomas, Elizabeth - bap. 16 4 1678 (par. - David & Cathtreen)

Thomas, Elizabeth - bap. 21 1 1699 (par. - Phillip & Elizabeth)

Thomas, Elizabeth - bap. 28 8 1831 (par. - George & Martha)

Thomas, Elizabeth - bap. 17 7 1836 (par. - George & Anne)

Thomas, Elizabeth - bap. 7 7 1895 (par. - John & Sarah)

Thomas, Frederick - bap. 23 10 1887 (par. - John & Sarah)

Thomas, George - bap. 13 11 1808 (par. - John & Sarah)

Thomas, George - bap. 20 9 1863 (par. - George & Ann)

Thomas, Gordon - bap. 31 1 1923 (par. - John & Phoebe)

Thomas, Hannah - bap. 11 6 1797 (par. - John & Sarah)

Thomas, Henry - bap. 12 4 1702 (par. - William Thomas)

Thomas, Henry - bap. 8 8 1857 (par. - George & Ann)

Thomas, Henry - bap. 19 5 1889 (par. - John & Sarah)

Thomas, Henry - bap. 5 12 1909 (par. - Sidney & Mary)

Thomas, James - bap. 10 6 1710 (par. - William & Mary)

Thomas, James - bap. 12 8 1787 (par. - John & Anne)

Thomas, James - bap. 1836 (par. - Richard & Mary)

Thomas, James - bap. 8 11 1885 (par. - John & Sarah)

Thomas, Jane - bap. 15 6 1769 (par. - George Thomas)

Thomas, Jane - bap. 24 3 1805 (par. - John & Sarah)

Thomas, Jane - bap. 22 9 1844 (par. - Richard & Mary)

Thomas, John - bap. 20 11 1673 (par. - William# & Margaret)

Thomas, John - bap. 6 5 1683 (par. - David Thomas)

Thomas, John - bap. 27 1 1684 (par. - David & Catherine)

Thomas, John - bap. 12 1 1695 (par. - Phillip Thomas)

Thomas, John - bap. 19 5 1706 (par. - William & Mary)

Thomas, John - bap. 15 9 1812 (par. - George & Martha)

Thomas, John - bap. 5 7 1812 (par. - John & Sarah)

Thomas, John - bap. 15 2 1814 (par. - Mary Philips)

Thomas, John - bap. 1836 (par. - Richard & Mary)

Thomas, John - bap. 7 9 1838 (par. - George)

 

Bosherston Church - Marriage Register

#, Abra to Thomas# John 1670

Jane to William Llewhelling 28 9 1679

Absalom Doris to William Nicholas 30 6 1951

Absalom, Enoch to Mary Rogers 14 8 1913

Adams, Joseph to Mary Thomas 14 10 1775

Adams, Mary to Lewis Hay 17 8 1858

Adams, Philippa (Mrs.) to Bulkeley Philipps 28 3 1741

Alderman, Stephen to Sara Jefcoate 25 10 1986

Allen, Elizabeth to Edward Goodeve 25 4 1867

Allport, Elizabeth to Daniel Roberts 21 12 1840

Ash, Jane to Edward Trewent 29 10 1715

Ash, John to Laetitia Soldon# 29 6 1703

Ash, John to Hannah (widow) Gaylord 19 6 1735

Ash, Lettice to John Wilkin 11 7 1713

Ash, Richard to Margaret John 20 7 1703

Bannell, Henry to Phoebe Johns 26 12 1908

Bannell, Phoebe to John Thomas 11 5 1922

Barker, Peter to Christine Henton 24 9 1977

Barrington, Edward to Mary Owens 23 11 1895

Bartlett, John to Margaret Lloyd 30 10 1777

Bateman, Haydn Sidney to Kathleen Mary James 28 9 1968

Bateman, Joseph to Margaret Vaughan 12 11 1808

Bateman, Sidney to Anne Lewis 4 6 1910

Bateman, Thomas to Mary Eynon 16 11 1782

Beddow, Mary to John Morris 23 10 1880

Bernard, Hector to Sarah Beynon 13 9 1812

Bevans, John to Mary Hughes 6 11 1790

Bevans, Lewis to Elizabeth Hitchings 2 2 1736

Bevans, Mary to John Roch 25 11 1704

Bevin, Elizabeth to John Phillips 31 10 1675

Beynon, Janetta to John Wall 17 1 1826

Beynon, John to Sarah Eynon 17 9 1785

Beynon, Margaret Rose to Ivor Ronald Henton 8 6 1957

Beynon, Mary to George Williams 12 7 1851

Beynon, Sarah to Hector Bernard 13 9 1812

Beynon, Thomas to Elizabeth Davies 8 4 1786

Beynon, Thomas to Elizabeth Llewhellin 24 7 1796

Beynon, William to Isabella Smith 13 1 1934

Bowen, Dinah to William Eynon 24 11 1792

Bowen, Elizabeth to Lewis Edwards 6 9 1845

 

Bowen, Eric to Gwyneth June Cole 7 10 1959

Bowen, Hannah to James Roberts 4 11 1837

Bowen, James to Catherine Furlong 14 3 1843

Bowen, John to Elizabeth Griffiths 24 12 1831

Bowen, Mary to Joseph Phelp 18 7 1829

Bowen, Rebecca to Benjamin James 3 1 1801

Bowen, Rees to Mary (widow) Jenkinson 7 8 1735

Bowen, William to Elizabeth Stevens 17 3 1804

Bowen, William to Florence Dyson 15 7 1934

Brace, Anne to John Davies 8 10 1846

Brace, John to Sarah Laless 18 2 1758

Brace, William to Hannah Griffiths 21 4 1850

Brinning, Anne to John Llewhellin 2 12 1797

Brinning, Benjamin to Frances Saise 23 10 1779

Brown, Frank to Jacqueline Clark 20 4 1985

Brown, Mary to William Jones 8 10 1732

Busby, Clare to Kevin Stone 4 10 1980

Butler, Abra to Henry Dawkins 3 8 1717

Butler, Roseanna to Thomas Furlong 6 9 1818

Canton, Eleanor to William Wilkin 7 11 1726

Canton, Henry to Norma Howells 6 10 1956

Canton, Margaret to Richard Davies 3 7 1926

Canton, William to Mary Llewhelling 22 3 1823

Castle, Joan to John Hendy 2 6 1707

Charite, Hesther to George Seaborn 21 11 1857

Charrette, James to Martha James 28 2 1852

Clark, Deborah to Dieter Muller 1 9 1979

Clark, Jacqueline to Frank Brown 20 4 1985

Clark, Kim Angus to Kim Louise Thomas 2 8 1980

Coats, Brigitte to Richard Staden 16 9 1989

Cole, Gwyneth June to Eric Thomas Bowen 7 10 1859

Cole, James to Martha Davies 15 11 1845

Cole, Thomas to Anne Matthews 25 4 1874

Cole, William to Abra White 17 11 1705

Colle, David to Franci Freeman 7 9 1688

Corder, Harry to Violet Evans 9 4 1940

Courtenay, Peter (Revd.) to Mary (Mrs.) Jones 26 11 1739

Cray, Thomas to Charlotte Johns 18 2 1911

Crisp, Terrance to Eileen Nicholas 4 6 1955

Crisp, William to Emma McFee 3 6 1876

Dally, William to Elizabeth Davies 31 8 1789

Daventry, Henry to Martha Phelp 16 9 1703

David, Elizabeth to Philip Leach 19 6 1750

David, John to Sarah Reece 19 5 1789

Davies, Alice to George Evans 11 7 1912

Davies, Ann to William Hall 29 4 1848

Davies, Benjamin to Jane Williams 4 1 1807

Davies, Benjamin to Margaret Howells 15 8 1885

Davies, Caroline to Samuel Harris 28 6 1842

Davies, David to Elizabeth Davies 27 5 1917

Davies, David to Margaret Davies 9 7 1938

Davies, Elizabeth to Thomas Beynon 8 4 1786

Davies, Elizabeth to William Dally 31 8 1789

Davies, Elizabeth to William Evans 17 12 1796

Davies, Elizabeth to George Dawkins 11 10 1806

Davies, Elizabeth to William Harris 30 10 1819

Davies, Elizabeth to David Davies 27 5 1917

Davies, Frances to John Johns 8 10 1881

Davies, George to Rebecca Freeman 21 3 1784

Davies, Henry to Margaret Dawkins 13 10 1827

Davies, James to Elizabeth Edwards 12 10 1822

Davies, James to Jane Powell 4 3 1837

Davies, James Vaughan to Elma Maud James 9 10 1965

Davies, John to Elizabeth Hitchings 4 10 1796

Davies, John to Anne Brace 8 10 1846

Davies, John to Martha Griffiths 25 3 1873

Davies, Kathleen to Robert Hawkins 22 10 1938

Davies, Levi to Anne John 14 10 1837

Davies, Margaret to David Davies 9 7 1938

Davies, Martha to James Cole 15 11 1845

Davies, Mary to John Philps 13 6 1698

Davies, Mary to William Nicholas 15 2 1853

Davies, Olive to William Williams 29 4 1931

Davies, Richard to Margaret Canton 3 7 1926

Davies, Stephen to Elizabeth Nash 21 8 1814

Davies, Thomas to Ellen Evans 3 9 1912

Davies, William to Martha Evans 12 8 1897

Davies, William to Alice Murray 26 11 1936

Davis, Elizabeth to James Kerne 1 2 1717

Davis, Mary to James Stevens 28 9 1839

Davy, John to Elizabeth Llewellyn 21 8 1784

Dawkins, George to Elizabeth Davies 11 10 1806

Dawkins, George to Mary Herbert 22 10 1836

Dawkins, Henry to Abra Butler 3 8 1717

Dawkins, Henry to Elizabeth Howell 12 8 1770

Dawkins, James to Catherine Edwards 29 5 1819

Dawkins, Jane to James Hill 5 10 1872

Dawkins, John to Elizabeth Thomas 22 1 1791

Dawkins, Lewis to Jane Edwards 26 7 1789

Dawkins, Margaret to Henry Davies 13 10 1827

Dawkins, Mary to Lewis# Dawkins# Lewis# 10 1 1719

Dawkins, Mary to George Phillips 26 1 1828

Dawkins, Sarah to Alexander Llewhellin 27 3 1780

Dawkins, William to Elizabeth Powell 7 4 1827

Dawkins# Lewis#, Lewis# to Mary Dawkins 10 1 1719

Duggan, Thomas to Elizabeth Thomas 2 10 1703

Dyson, Ada to Stanley Reynolds 13 7 1930

Dyson, Elizabeth to William Rees 7 11 1931

Dyson, Florence to William Bowen 15 7 1934

Dyson, Frank to Florence Hall 2 6 1917

Dyson, John to Minnie Rees 25 10 1930

Dyson, Martha to William Nicholas 30 3 1930

Dyson, William Frederick to Martha Richards 24 12 1895

Edwards, Alfred to Annie Rogers 29 12 1914

Edwards, Ann to William Richards 16 12 1849

Edwards, Catherine to James Dawkins 29 5 1819

Edwards, David to Mary Thomas 13 11 1718

Edwards, Elizabeth to James Davies 12 10 1822

Edwards, Elizabeth to George Edwards 26 9 1846

Edwards, George to Annm Thomas 23 10 1742

Edwards, George to Elizabeth Lloyd 17 7 1834

Edwards, George to Elizabeth Edwards 26 9 1846

Edwards, Gladys to Austin Williams 4 8 1917

Edwards, James to Elizabeth Hitchings 26 10 1790

Edwards, Jane to Lewis Dawkins 26 7 1789

Edwards, Jane to John Evans 9 1 1820

Edwards, Lewis to Elizabeth Bowen 6 9 1845

Edwards, Margaret to William Roblin 5 5 1827

Edwards, Martha to George Reynolds 17 9 1887

Edwards, Mary to Henry Rogers 24 1 1819

Edwards, Thomas to Anne Leach 2 1 1790

Edwards, Thomas to Anne Llewellin 10 11 1821

Edwards, William to Mary Prout 29 12 1745

Edwards, William to Eliza Stevens 22 10 1853

Evans, Brian to Jillian Wiles 26 8 1978

Evans, Dorothy to David Thomas 10 11 1696

Evans, Edwin to Emma Howells 10 2 1920

Evans, Elizabeth to James Furlong 8 4 1843

Evans, Elizabeth to Richard Stephens 16 9 1854

Evans, Ellen to Thomas Davies 3 9 1912

Evans, Ethel to Albert Watkins 3 9 1912

Evans, Florence to William Jenkins 5 2 1910

Evans, Frances to George Hindmarsh 2 12 1882

Evans, George to Jemima Evans 20 11 1883

Evans, George to Alice Davies 11 7 1912

Evans, James to Jane Stephens 2 5 1846

Evans, Jemima to George Evans 20 11 1883

Evans, John to Jane Edwards 9 1 1820

Evans, John to Martha Thomas 17 9 1825

Evans, John to Elizabeth Lewis 2 10 1869

Evans, Judith to Philip Thompson 14 10 1972

Evans, Margaret to Joseph Hall 13 10 1849

Evans, Martha to William Williams 30 11 1850

Evans, Martha to William Davies 12 8 1897

Evans, Mary to George Lewis 14 10 1882

Evans, Muriel to William Jones 6 5 1924

Evans, Richard to Martha James 24 4 1858

Evans, Susannah to William Rees 2 8 1767

Evans, Violet to Harry Corder 9 4 1940

Evans, William to Elizabeth Reynolds 6 12 1783

Evans, William to Elizabeth Leach 13 1 1788

Evans, William to Elizabeth Davies 17 12 1796

Evans, William to Margaret Llewhelyn 3 9 1836

Evans, William to Sarah James 10 8 1861

Eynon, Diana to Benjamin John 8 10 1803

Eynon, John to Elizabeth Laless 24 2 1749

Eynon, Mary to Thomas Bateman 16 11 1782

Eynon, Sarah to John Beynon 17 9 1785

Eynon, William to Dinah Bowen 24 11 1792

Freeman, Elizabeth to Francis Lloyd 6 3 1753

Freeman, Frances to Isaac Lloyd 22 10 1754

Freeman, Franci to David Colle 7 9 1688

Freeman, Rebecca to George Davies 21 3 1784

Furlong, Catherine to James Bowen 14 3 1843

Furlong, Elizabeth to George Morris 27 7 1862

Furlong, James to Elizabeth Evans 8 4 1843

Furlong, Margaret to William Harries 19 11 1932

Furlong, Martha to James Hall 3 6 1871

Furlong, Thomas to Roseanna Butler 6 9 1818

Gay, Sarah to George Henton 24 9 1870

Gaylord, Hannah (widow) to John Ash 19 6 1735

Gettings, Lewis to Ann Protheroe 18 12 1847

Gettings, Rebekah to John Russiter 20 3 1842

Gibbon, Elizabeth to John Owen 29 9 1730

Gibbs, John to Jane Scourfield 8 11 1806

Gibbs, William to Margaret Griffith 31 10 1789

Gibby, George to Elizabeth Griffith 15 1 1861

Goodeve, Edward to Elizabeth Allen 25 4 1867

Gordanier, Marie to Harold James 27 8 1949

Gordon, Rosa to Alfred Sears 16 9 1931

Gough, Robert to Elizabeth Hay 18 8 1883

Greenhalgh, Vivien to Steven Griffiths 20 7 1974

Gregory, John to Maria Sanly# (widow) 31 7 1871

Grenfell, Eleanor to Thomas Leyshon 15 6 1878

Griffith, Elizabeth to John Hoskins 17 10 1702

Griffith, Elizabeth to George Gibby 15 1 1861

Griffith, Humphrey to Elinor John 20 10 1722

Griffith, Jane to Henry Long 10 10 1772

Griffith, John to Mary White 8 10 1737

Griffith, John to Martha Powell 29 11 1879

Griffith, Margaret to William Gibbs 31 10 1789

Griffith, Margaret to George Rees 20 2 1813

Griffiths, David to Mary Jones 22 1 1850

Griffiths, Eliza to John Rogers 28 9 1882

Griffiths, Elizabeth to Richard Watkins 1 8 1778

Griffiths, Elizabeth to John Bowen 24 12 1831

Griffiths, Gladys Elizabeth to Joseph Lock Morris 25 2 1908

Griffiths, Hannah to William Brace 21 4 1850

Griffiths, James to Mary Griffiths 4 11 1871

Griffiths, John to Frances Howells 24 9 1872

Griffiths, Mark to Fanny Stephens 22 12 1866

Griffiths, Martha to John Davies 25 3 1873

Griffiths, Martha to John White 23 7 1890

Griffiths, Mary to Thomas Rees 6 10 1804

Griffiths, Mary to James Griffiths 4 11 1871

Griffiths, Richard to Sarah Walters 13 12 1856

Griffiths, Rowland to Mary Jones 25 2 1781

Griffiths, Sarah to William Jones 1 12 1832

Griffiths, Sarah to James Thomas 30 1 1866

Griffiths, Steven to Vivien Greenhalgh 20 7 1974

Griffiths, Thomas to Mary Williams 11 12 1919

Hall, Eleanor to Henry Thomas 1 9 1726

Hall, Florence to Frank Dyson 2 6 1917

Hall, James to Martha Furlong 3 6 1871

Hall, Jane to Charles Moore 14 2 1874

Hall, Joseph to Margaret Evans 13 10 1849

Hall, Stephen to Miriam Jones 25 7 1885

Hall, William to Ann Davies 29 4 1848

Harries, George to Anne Hitchings 31 12 1814

Harries, William to Margaret Furlong 19 11 1932

Harris, Ann to Thomas Stevens 17 9 1836

Harris, George to Mary Webb 1 11 1834

Harris, Samuel to Caroline Davies 28 6 1842

Harris, William to Elizabeth Davies 30 10 1819

Hart, Alistair to Nicola Wheeler 18 6 1994

Hawkins, Robert to Kathleen Davies 22 10 1938

Hay, Elizabeth to Robert Gough 18 8 1883

Hay, Graham to Nesta Dorothy Howells 29 8 1964

Hay, John to Alice Williams 12 12 1812

Hay, Lewis to Mary Adams 17 8 1858

Hay, William to Anne Scourfield 12 11 1836

Hendy, Abra to Thomas Philp 26 11 1682

Hendy, John to Joan Castle 2 6 1707

Henn, Ann to Richard Philp 3 10 1727

Henton, Christine to Peter Barker 24 9 1977

Henton, Erica to Mark Josey 31 10 1987

Henton, George to Sarah Gay 24 9 1870

Henton, Ivor Ronald to Margaret Rose Beynon 8 6 1957

Herbert, Mary to George Dawkins 22 10 1836

Hicks, Elizabeth to John Jones 4 11 1871

Hill, James to Jane Dawkins 5 10 1872

Hindmarsh, George to Frances Evans 2 12 1882

Hitching, Abra to John Hitching 29 9 1731

Hitching, Elizabeth to John Wilkin 19 10 1734

Hitching, George to Mary Williams 23 10 1715

Hitching, John to Abra Hitching 29 9 1731

Hitchings, Ann to David Jones 31 12 1812

Hitchings, Anne to Francis Lloyd 11 1 1789

Hitchings, Anne to George Harries 31 12 1814

Hitchings, Elizabeth to Lewis Bevans 2 2 1736

Hitchings, Elizabeth to Richard Scale 4 8 1747

Hitchings, Elizabeth to Isaac Lloyd 3 11 1778

Hitchings, Elizabeth to James Edwards 26 10 1790

Hitchings, Elizabeth to John Davies 4 10 1796

Hitchings, Henry to Mary Hitchings 27 7 1809

Hitchings, John to Rebekkah Wilkins 22 11 1765

Hitchings, Martha to George Thomas 31 10 1811

Hitchings, Mary to George Thomas 20 10 1793

Hitchings, Mary to Henry Hitchings 27 7 1809

Hitchings, Mary to Henry Peters 3 4 1893

Hitchings, William to Margaret Lloyd 14 11 1848

Hoskins, John to Elizabeth Griffith 17 10 1702

Howell, Elizabeth to Henry Dawkins 12 8 1770

Howell, Thomas to Elizabeth James 1 8 1874

Howells, Anne to William Howells 28 4 1877

Howells, Edith to William Nicholas 26 12 1914

Howells, Eleanor to Walter Williams 4 4 1934

Howells, Emma to Edwin Evans 10 2 1920

Howells, Esther to John Lewis 30 8 1890

Howells, Frances to John Griffiths 24 9 1872

Howells, Frances to Stephen White 27 10 1903

Howells, Jane to James Lloyd 8 4 1906

Howells, Margaret to Benjamin Davies 15 8 1885

Howells, Margaret to Thomas Lewis 18 9 1913

Howells, Martha to John Morris 8 10 1881

Howells, Martha Jane to George Smith 9 6 1908

Howells, Nesta Dorothy to Graham Hay 29 8 1964

Howells, Norma to Henry Canton 6 10 1956

Howells, Richard to Lilian Lewis 26 10 1935

Howells, Thomas to Martha Scourfield 28 12 1839

Howells, William to Martha Russiter 4 10 1862

Howells, William to Anne Howells 28 4 1877

Hughes, James to Lettice Thomas 7 10 1727

Hughes, Mary to John Bevans 6 11 1790

Hughs, William to Mary Philps 2 2 1671

Husband, Elizabeth to Charles Tanket 12 11 1720

Husband#, John to Mary Wilkins 4 8 1696

Isitt, John to Elizabeth Wilkasson 29 11 1828

James, Albert to Alice Johns 21 10 1916

James, Benjamin to Rebecca Bowen 3 1 1801

James, David to Jane Leach 25 5 1786

James, Eleanor to David Lewis 24 6 1725

James, Elizabeth to John Newton 18 10 1853

James, Elizabeth to Thomas Howell 1 8 1874

James, Harold to Marie Gordanier 27 8 1949

James, John to Elizabeth Walters 21 8 1869

James, Joseph to Martha Thomas 21 10 1865

James, Kathleen Mary to Haydn Sidney Bateman 28 9 1968

James, Martha to George Walters 6 11 1841

James, Martha to James Charrette 28 2 1852

James, Martha to Richard Evans 24 4 1858

James, Mary to Griffith Tankerd 13 6 1696

James, Mary to James Thomas 16 8 1904

James, Muriel to William John 18 1 1947

James, Sarah to William Evans 10 8 1861

James, Sharon to Benjamin Morgan 12 8 1978

James, Susan to Michael O Brien 29 3 1975

Jaynor#, Pembrock to Elizabeth Smith 2 4 1698

Jefcoate, Sara to Stephen Alderman 25 10 1986

Jeffreys, Mary to Thomas Webb 21 10 1828

Jenkins, William to Jane Morris 16 11 1878

Jenkins, William to Florence Evans 5 2 1910

Jenkinson, Mary (widow)to Rees Bowen 7 8 1735

Jermyn, Elizabeth to George Williams 8 6 1731

John, Anne to Levi Davies 14 10 1837

John, Benjamin to Diana Eynon 8 10 1803

John, Catren to David John 29 10 1686

John, David to Margaret Walters 15 11 1856

John, Elinor to Humphrey Griffith 20 10 1722

John, James to Jane Jones 20 9 1794

John, Margaret to Richard Ash 20 7 1703

John, Martha to Peter Rees 13 5 1848

John, Robert to Mary Matthews 16 11 1861

John, Thomas to Catherine Tenant 1 10 1743

John, Thomas to Frances Stevens 15 1 1843

John, Thomas# to Abra # 1670

John, William to Muriel James 18 1 1947

Johns, Alice to Albert James 21 10 1916

Johns, Charlotte to Thomas Cray 18 2 1911

Johns, John to Frances Davies 8 10 1881

Johns, Phoebe to Henry Bannell 26 12 1908

Jones, Ann to Humphrey Jones 14 3 1809

Jones, David to Ann Reynolds 3 4 1738

Jones, David to Elizabeth Skone 14 10 1759

Jones, David to Ann Hitchings 31 12 1812

Jones, Elizabeth to Henry Skone 6 1 1758

Jones, Elizabeth (widow) to Jeremiah (Rector) Philips 20 11 1733

Jones, Evan to Janet White 25 5 1702

Jones, Herbert to Helena Morris 30 4 1924

Jones, Humphrey to Ann Jones 14 3 1809

Jones, Jane to James John 20 9 1794

Jones, John to Sarah Scourfield 31 12 1853

Jones, John to Elizabeth Hicks 4 11 1871

Jones, Martha to John Wilkin 28 5 1782

Jones, Mary to Arthur Steward 30 7 1734

Jones, Mary to Rowland Griffiths 25 2 1781

Jones, Mary to David Griffiths 22 1 1850

Jones, Mary (Mrs.) to Peter (Revd.) Courtenay 26 11 1739

Jones, Miriam to Stephen Hall 25 7 1885

Jones, Rebecca to William Jones 19 10 1799

Jones, William to Mary Brown 8 10 1732

Jones, William to Rebecca Jones 19 10 1799

Jones, William to Sarah Griffiths 1 12 1832

Jones, William to Muriel Evans 6 5 1924

Josey, Mark to Erica Henton 31 10 1987

Kerne, James to Elizabeth Davis 1 2 1717

Ketteringham, Hilda to Albert Wright 4 4 1945

Laless, Elizabeth to John Eynon 24 2 1749

Laless, Margaret to Richard Merchant 23 10 1750

Laless, Mary to James Rogers 9 4 1768

Laless, Sarah to John Brace 18 2 1758

Lawrence, David to Elizabeth Williams 13 12 1823

Lawrence, Mary to William Lloyd 23 6 1748

Leach, Anne to Thomas Edwards 2 1 1790

Leach, Catherine to Thomas Tennant 5 6 1704

Leach, Elizabeth to William Evans 13 1 1788

Leach, Elnor to Richard Lewes 28 10 1693

Leach, Jane to David James 25 5 1786

Leach, Philip to Elizabeth David 19 6 1750

Lewes, Richard to Elnor Leach 28 10 1693

Lewis, Anne to Sidney Bateman 4 6 1910

Lewis, David to Eleanor James 24 6 1725

Lewis, David to Margaret Phillips 10 12 1784

Lewis, Eleanor to William Saise 20 4 1731

Lewis, Elizabeth to John Evans 2 10 1869

Lewis, Esther to George Thomas 20 4 1889

Lewis, Frances to John Sime 17 10 1854

Lewis, Geoffrey to Joyce Thomas 20 11 1947

Lewis, George to Esther Venables 17 8 1872

Lewis, George to Mary Evans 14 10 1882

Lewis, Hazel Yvonne to Keith Wheeler 12 11 1966

Lewis, Janice to Byron Phillips 29 6 1985

Lewis, John to Esther Howells 30 8 1890

Lewis, Lettice to John Lloyd 15 11 1812

Lewis, Lilian to Richard Howells 26 10 1935

Lewis, Thomas to Margaret Howells 18 9 1913

Leyshon, Thomas to Eleanor Grenfell 15 6 1878

Llewellin, Anne to Thomas Edwards 10 11 1821

Llewellyn, Elizabeth to John Davy 21 8 1784

Llewhellin, Alexander to Sarah Dawkins 27 3 1780

Llewhellin, Elizabeth to Thomas Beynon 24 7 1796

Llewhellin, John to Anne Brinning 2 12 1797

Llewhelling, Mary to William Canton 22 3 1823

Llewhelling, William to Jane # 28 9 1679

Llewhelling, William to Mary Phillips 24 6 1815

Llewhelyn, Margaret to William Evans 3 9 1836

Llewhelyn, Martha to Isaac Williams 20 7 1845

Lloyd, Benjamin to Elizabeth Meyrick 11 12 1849

Lloyd, Eleanor to Frederick Vigor 14 8 1895

Lloyd, Elizabeth to George Edwards 17 7 1834

Lloyd, Francis to Elizabeth Freeman 6 3 1753

Lloyd, Francis to Anne Hitchings 11 1 1789

Lloyd, Isaac to Frances Freeman 22 10 1754

Lloyd, Isaac to Elizabeth Hitchings 3 11 1778

Lloyd, James to Jane Howells 8 4 1906

Lloyd, Jane to William Lloyd 4 8 1846

Lloyd, John to Lettice Lewis 15 11 1812

Lloyd, Margaret to John Bartlett 30 10 1777

Lloyd, Margaret to James Thomas 25 10 1806

Lloyd, Margaret to William Hitchings 14 11 1848

Lloyd, Mary to James Tucker 23 9 1809

Lloyd, William to Mary Lawrence 23 6 1748

Lloyd, William to Jane Lloyd 4 8 1846

Long, Henry to Jane Griffith 10 10 1772

Maddock, James to Abra Thomas 22 1 1686

Mason, Edward to Abra Rowe 10 6 1730

Matthews, Anne to Thomas Cole 25 4 1874

Matthews, Mary to Robert John 16 11 1861

Matthews, Sarah to John Reynish 29 11 1856

Matthews, Thomas to Rebecca Philips 5 11 1872

Matthews, William to Elizabeth Morgans 12 12 1874

McFee, Emma to William Crisp 3 6 1876

Meare, Alice (widow) to Henry (Rector St. P) Rowe 14 5 1732

Merchant, Richard to Margaret Laless 23 10 1750

Meyrick, Elizabeth to Benjamin Lloyd 11 12 1849

Moore, Charles to Jane Hall 14 2 1874

Moore, George to Mary Morris 5 6 1875

More#, Morrice# to Anne Phillips 22 2 1686

Morgan, Abraham to Elizabeth Purser 21 11 1812

Morgan, Anne to William Williams 19 11 1833

Morgan, Benjamin to Sharon James 12 8 1978

Morgans, Elizabeth to William Stephens 25 8 1839

Morgans, Elizabeth to William Matthews 12 12 1874

Morrice, Anne to Charles Tanket 10 6 1709

Morrice, Elizabeth to John Phelp 26 9 1713

Morrice, Griffith to Mary Roblin 15 2 1700

Morris, George to Elizabeth Furlong 27 7 1862

Morris, Helena to Herbert Jones 30 4 1924

Morris, Jane to William Jenkins 16 11 1878

Morris, John to Mary Beddow 23 10 1880

Morris, John to Martha Howells 8 10 1881

Morris, Joseph Lock to Gladys Elizabeth Griffiths 25 2 1908

Morris, Linda to Martyn Nicholas 1 6 1974

Morris, Margaret to John Rees 8 12 1923

Morris, Mary to George Moore 5 6 1875

Morrish, Abra to William Thomas 26 9 1691

Muller, Dieter to Deborah Clark 1 9 1979

Murray, Alice to William Davies 26 11 1936

Nash, Elizabeth to Stephen Davies 21 8 1814

Nash, Robert to Ann Philp 20 4 1767

Nash, Robert to Elizabeth Wilkins 6 2 1802

Newton, John to Elizabeth James 18 10 1853

Nicholas, Edith to Alexander Shepherd 28 12 1901

Nicholas, Eileen to Terrance Crisp 4 6 1955

Nicholas, Martha to George Purser 24 1 1807

Nicholas, Martyn to Linda Morris 1 6 1974

Nicholas, William to Mary Davies 15 2 1853

Nicholas, William to Elizabeth Rees 21 11 1891

Nicholas, William to Edith Howells 26 12 1914

Nicholas, William to Martha Dyson 30 3 1930

Nicholas, William to Doris Absalom 30 6 1951

O Brien, Michael to Susan James 29 3 1975

Owen, John to Elizabeth Gibbon 29 9 1730

Owen, Mary to John Phelp 16 7 1719

Owens, Elizabeth to Phillip Thomas 21 9 1695

Owens, Mary to Edward Barrington 23 11 1895

Pattrick, Iboney# to Elizabeth Smith 2 4 1700

Peters, Henry to Mary Hitchings 3 4 1893

Petre, William to Jennet Williams 26 11 1713

Phelp, John to Elizabeth Morrice 26 9 1713

Phelp, John to Mary Owen 16 7 1719

Phelp, Joseph to Mary Bowen 18 7 1829

Phelp, Martha to Henry Daventry 16 9 1703

Philipps, Bulkeley to Philippa (Mrs. ) Adams 28 3 1741

Philips, Anne to Thomas Stephens 29 10 1791

Philips, Jeremiah (Rector) to Elizabeth (widow) Jones 20 11 1733

Philips, Rebecca to Thomas Matthews 5 11 1872

Phillips, Anne to Morrice# More# 22 2 1686

Phillips, Byron to Janice Lewis 29 6 1985

Phillips, George to Mary Dawkins 26 1 1828

Phillips, John to Elizabeth Bevin 31 10 1675

Phillips, Margaret to David Lewis 10 12 1784

Phillips, Mary to William Llewhelling 24 6 1815

Philp, Ann to Robert Nash 20 4 1767

Philp, Margaret to David Thomas 29 4 1682

Philp, Richard to Ann Henn 3 10 1727

Philp, Thomas to Abra Hendy 26 11 1682

Philps, John to Mary Davies 13 6 1698

Philps, Mary to William Hughs 2 2 1671

Powell, Elizabeth to William Dawkins 7 4 1827

Powell, Jane to James Davies 4 3 1837

Powell, Martha to John Griffith 29 11 1879

Poyer, Faithfull to Joan Smyth 2 2 1673

Poyer, Hendry to Mary Whittock# 23 6 1674

Price, Henry to Martha Rogers 11 2 1837

Protheroe, Ann to Lewis Gettings 18 12 1847

Prout, Margaret to William Rees 5 11 1743

Prout, Mary to William Edwards 29 12 1745

Purser, Elizabeth to Abraham Morgan 21 11 1812

Purser, George to Martha Nicholas 24 1 1807

Purser, Jane to John Row 27 10 1804

Purser, Martha to Thomas Wilkenson 2 4 1791

Read, Abra to Walter Sondon# 30 1 1674

Read, Catherine to John Sais 24 2 1738

Read, Henry to Elizabeth Thomas 24 10 1702

Read, Luce# to Francis Tankerd 30 10 1696

Reece, Sarah to John David 19 5 1789

Rees, Elizabeth to William Nicholas 21 11 1891

Rees, George to Margaret Griffith 20 2 1813

Rees, John to Margaret Morris 8 12 1923

Rees, Minnie to John Dyson 25 10 1930

Rees, Peter to Martha John 13 5 1848

Rees, Thomas to Mary Griffiths 6 10 1804

Rees, William to Margaret Prout 5 11 1743

Rees, William to Susannah Evans 2 8 1767

Rees, William to Lucy Williams 20 2 1819

Rees, William to Elizabeth Dyson 7 11 1931

Reid, George to Ann Thomas 7 4 1896

Reynish, John to Sarah Matthews 29 11 1856

Reynolds, Ann to David Jones 3 4 1738

Reynolds, Elizabeth to William Evans 6 12 1783

Reynolds, George to Martha Edwards 17 9 1887

Reynolds, John to Ann Thomas 13 11 1735

Reynolds, Maggie to Walter Reynolds 5 4 1920

Reynolds, Stanley to Ada Dyson 13 7 1930

Reynolds, Walter to Maggie Reynolds 5 4 1920

Richards, Maria to Thomas Williams 23 3 1850

Richards, Martha to William Frederick Dyson 24 12 1895

Richards, William to Ann Edwards 16 12 1849

Roberts, Daniel to Elizabeth Allport 21 12 1840

Roberts, James to Hannah Bowen 4 11 1837

Roblin, Mary to Griffith Morrice 15 2 1700

Roblin, William to Margaret Edwards 5 5 1827

Roch, John to Mary Bevans 25 11 1704

Roch, Maria to Thomas Walters 26 1 1867

Rogers, Annie to Alfred Edwards 29 12 1914

Rogers, Eliza to Sydney Williams 26 12 1925

Rogers, Henry to Mary Edwards 24 1 1819

Rogers, James to Mary Laless 9 4 1768

Rogers, John to Eliza Griffiths 28 9 1882

Rogers, Martha to Henry Price 11 2 1837

Rogers, Mary to Enoch Absalom 14 8 1913

Row, John to Jane Purser 27 10 1804

Row, Martha to John Walters 30 3 1833

Rowe, Abra to Edward Mason 10 6 1730

Rowe, Henry (Rector St. P) to Alice (widow) Meare 14 5 1732

Russell, Catherine to Richard Taskers# 29 9 1671

Russiter, John to Rebekah Gettings 20 3 1842

Russiter, Martha to William Howells 4 10 1862

Russiter, Thomas to Priscilla Stevens 25 8 1849

Sais, John to Catherine Read 24 2 1738

Saise, Frances to Benjamin Brinning 23 10 1779

Saise, William to Eleanor Lewis 20 4 1731

Sanly# (widow), Maria to John Gregory 31 7 1871

Scale, Richard to Elizabeth Hitchings 4 8 1747

Scourfield, Anne to William Hay 12 11 1836

Scourfield, Jane to John Gibbs 8 11 1806

Scourfield, Martha to Thomas Howells 28 12 1839

Scourfield, Sarah to John Jones 31 12 1853

Seaborn, George to Hesther Charite 21 11 1857

Sears, Alfred to Rosa Gordon 16 9 1931

Shepherd, Alexander to Edith Nicholas 28 12 1901

Sime, John to Frances Lewis 17 10 1854

Skone, Elizabeth to David Jones 14 10 1759

Skone, Henry to Elizabeth Jones 6 1 1758

Smith, Elizabeth to Pembrock Jaynor# 2 4 1698

Smith, Elizabeth to Iboney# Pattrick 2 4 1700

Smith, George to Martha Jane Howells 9 6 1908

Smith, Isabella to William Beynon 13 1 1934

Smith, John to Martha Thomas 9 12 1753

Smith, Margaret to Francis Thomas 5 4 1934

Smyth, Joan to Faithfull Poyer 2 2 1673

Soldon#, Laetitia to John Ash 29 6 1703

Sondon#, Walter to Abra Read 30 1 1674

Staden, Richard to Brigitte Coats 16 9 1989

Steele, Mabel to John Thomas 2 4 1934

Stephens, Fanny to Mark Griffiths 22 12 1866

Stephens, Jane to James Evans 2 5 1846

Stephens, John to Mary Williams 17 10 1835

Stephens, Richard to Elizabeth Evans 16 9 1854

Stephens, Thomas to Anne Philips 29 10 1791

Stephens, William to Elizabeth Morgans 25 8 1839

Stevens, Eliza to William Edwards 22 10 1853

Stevens, Elizabeth to William Bowen 17 3 1804

Stevens, Frances to Thomas John 15 1 1843

Stevens, James to Mary Davis 28 9 1839

Stevens, Priscilla to Thomas Russiter 25 8 1849

Stevens, Thomas to Ann Harris 17 9 1836

Steward, Arthur to Mary Jones 30 7 1734

Stone, Kevin to Clare Busby 4 10 1980

Tancred, Ann to James Wilkin 29 5 1762

Tankerd, Francis to Luce# Read 30 10 1696

Tankerd, Griffith to Mary James 13 6 1696

Tanket, Charles to Anne Morrice 10 6 1709

Tanket, Charles to Elizabeth Husband 12 11 1720

Taskers#, Richard to Catherine Russell 29 9 1671

Tenant, Catherine to Thomas John 1 10 1743

Tennant, Thomas to Catherine Leach 5 6 1704

Thomas, Abra to James Maddock 22 1 1686

Thomas, Ann to John Reynolds 13 11 1735

Thomas, Ann to George Reid 7 4 1896

Thomas, Ann to George Edwards 23 10 1742

Thomas, Catherine to Hugh Thomas 17 11 1719

Thomas, David to Margaret Philp 29 4 1682

Thomas, David to Dorothy Evans 10 11 1696

Thomas, David to Jane Webb 16 7 1850

Thomas, Elizabeth to Henry Read 24 10 1702

Thomas, Elizabeth to Thomas Duggan 2 10 1703

Thomas, Elizabeth to John Dawkins 22 1 1791

Thomas, Francis to Margaret Smith 5 4 1934

Thomas, George to Mary Hitchings 20 10 1793

Thomas, George to Martha Hitchings 31 10 1811

Thomas, George to Ann Webb 30 4 1854

Thomas, George to Esther Lewis 20 4 1889

Thomas, Henry to Eleanor Hall 1 9 1726

Thomas, Hugh to Catherine Thomas 17 11 1719

Thomas, James to Margaret Lloyd 25 10 1806

Thomas, James to Sarah Griffiths 30 1 1866

Thomas, James to Mary James 16 8 1904

Thomas, John to Phoebe Bannell 11 5 1922

Thomas, John to Mabel Steele 2 4 1934

Thomas, Joyce to Geoffrey Lewis 20 11 1947

Thomas, Kim Louise to Kim Angus Clark 2 8 1980

Thomas, Lettice to James Hughes 7 10 1727

Thomas, Martha to John Smith 9 12 1753

Thomas, Martha to John Evans 17 9 1825

Thomas, Martha to Joseph James 21 10 1865

Thomas, Mary to David Edwards 13 11 1718

Thomas, Mary to Joseph Adams 14 10 1775

Thomas, Phillip to Elizabeth Owens 21 9 1695

Thomas, William to Abra Morrish 26 9 1691

Thompson, Philip to Judith Evans 14 10 1972

Trewent, Edward to Jane Ash 29 10 1715

Tucker, James to Mary Lloyd 23 9 1809

Vaughan, Margaret to Joseph Bateman 12 11 1808

Venables, Esther to George Lewis 17 8 1872

Vigor, Frederick to Eleanor Lloyd 14 8 1895

Wall, John to Janetta Beynon 17 1 1826

Walters, Elizabeth to John James 21 8 1869

Walters, George to Martha James 6 11 1841

Walters, John to Martha Row 30 3 1833

Walters, Margaret to David John 15 11 1856

Walters, Sarah to Richard Griffiths 13 12 1856

Walters, Thomas to Maria Roch 26 1 1867

Watkins, Albert to Ethel Evans 3 9 1912

Watkins, Richard to Elizabeth Griffiths 1 8 1778

Webb, Ann to George Thomas 30 4 1854

Webb, Jane to David Thomas 16 7 1850

Webb, Mary to George Harris 1 11 1834

Webb, Thomas to Mary Jeffreys 21 10 1828

Wheeler, Keith to Hazel Yvonne Lewis 12 11 1966

Wheeler, Nicola to Alistair Hart 18 6 1994

White, Abra to William Cole 17 11 1705

White, Janet to Evan Jones 25 5 1702

White, John to Martha Griffiths 23 7 1890

White, Mary to John Griffith 8 10 1737

White, Stephen to Frances Howells 27 10 1903

Whittock#, Mary to Hendry Poyer 23 6 1674

Wiles, Jillian to Brian Evans 26 8 1978

Wilkasson, Elizabeth to John Isitt 29 11 1828

Wilkenson, Thomas to Martha Purser 2 4 1791

Wilkin, James to Ann Tancred 29 5 1762

Wilkin, John to Lettice Ash 11 7 1713

Wilkin, John to Elizabeth Hitching 19 10 1734

Wilkin, John to Martha Jones 28 5 1782

Wilkin, William to Eleanor Canton 7 11 1726

Wilkins, Elizabeth to Robert Nash 6 2 1802

Wilkins, Mary to John Husband# 4 8 1696

Wilkins, Rebekkah to John Hitchings 22 11 1765

Williams, Alice to John Hay 12 12 1812

Williams, Austin to Gladys Edwards 4 8 1919

Williams, Elizabeth to David Lawrence 13 12 1823

Williams, George to Elizabeth Jermyn 8 6 1731

Williams, George to Mary Beynon 12 7 1851

Williams, Isaac to Martha Llewhelyn 20 7 1845

Williams, Jane to Benjamin Davies 4 1 1807

Williams, Jennet to William Petre 26 11 1713

Williams, Lucy to William Rees 20 2 1819

Williams, Mary to George Hitching 23 10 1715

Williams, Mary to John Stephens 17 10 1835

Williams, Mary to Thomas Griffiths 11 12 1919

Williams, Sydney to Eliza Rogers 26 12 1925

Williams, Thomas to Maria Richards 23 3 1850

Williams, Walter to Eleanor Howells 4 4 1934

Williams, William to Anne Morgan 19 11 1833

Williams, William to Martha Evans 30 11 1850

Williams, William to Olive Davies 29 4 1931

Wright, Albert to Hilda Ketteringham 4 4 1945

 

Bosherston Church - Burial Register

  #, Catren wife of John - bur. 28 11 1679 (age - )

#, Mary - bur. 20 2 1680 (age - )

Absalom, Enoch - bur. 21 1 1967 (age - 82)

Absalom, Mary - bur. 26 7 1969 (age - 84)

Allen, Louisa - bur. 27 9 1837 (age - 00)

Allen, Mary Caroline - bur. 13 1 1835 (age - 1)

Anon, - bur. 16 10 1826 (age - -)

Anon, - bur. 14 3 1856 (age - #)

Anon, - bur. 8 2 1856 (age - -)

Anon, - bur. 9 2 1856 (age - #)

Anon, - bur. 13 12 1858 (age - #)

Anon, - bur. 11 1 1860 (age - #)

Anon, - bur. 13 2 1861 (age - #)

Anon, - bur. 16 6 1862 (age - #)

Anon, - bur. 3 4 1867 (age - #)

Anon, - bur. 20 11 1880 (age - #)

Anon, - bur. 22 11 1880 (age - 60)

Anon, - bur. 24 11 1880 (age - #)

Anon, - bur. 30 11 1880 (age - #)

Anon, - bur. 19 3 1896 (age - #)

Anon, - bur. 28 10 1898 (age - #)

Anon, - bur. 8 11 1918 (age - #)

Anon (TMD), - bur. 28 12 1838 (age - #)

Ash, Jane w o John - bur. 15 6 1734 (age - )

Ash, John - bur. 23 7 1747 (age - )

Balgay, Siglas# - bur. 17 4 1684 (age - )

Barton, Catherine - bur. 23 1 1848 (age - 70)

Bateman, Mary - bur. 9 10 1818 (age - 1)

Bateman, Sarah - bur. 15 5 1987 (age - 73)

Bateman, William - bur. 27 12 1978 (age - 68)

Beynon, Alice - bur. 10 5 1848 (age - 39)

Beynon, Ann - bur. 16 5 1796 (age - )

Beynon, Ann - bur. 12 11 1818 (age - 19)

Beynon, Benjamin - bur. 10 8 1848 (age - 00)

Beynon, Elizabeth - bur. 22 10 1795 (age - )

Beynon, Evan - bur. 21 7 1872 (age - 00)

Beynon, Isabella - bur. 6 9 1972 (age - 61)

Beynon, James - bur. 14 2 1879 (age - 00)

Beynon, Jane infant - bur. 26 2 1708 (age - )

Beynon, John - bur. 2 6 1836 (age - 73)

Beynon, Margaret - bur. 22 2 1872 (age - 38)

Beynon, Margaret - bur. 26 4 1887 (age - 00)

Beynon, Mary infant - bur. 25 4 1713 (age - )

Beynon, Richard - bur. 17 9 1795 (age - )

Beynon, Sarah - bur. 22 11 1829 (age - 68)

Beynon, William - bur. 22 2 1709 (age - )

Beynon, William - bur. 25 3 1961 (age - 51)

Bidford, John - bur. 29 1 1697 (age - )

Binnie, Andrew - bur. 28 3 1867 (age - #)

Boone#, Mary - bur. 12 11 1683 (age - )

Bowen, Elizabeth - bur. 12 12 1858 (age - #)

Bowen, Florence - bur. 25 3 1988 (age - 78)

Bowen, George - bur. 6 6 1884 (age - 76)

Bowen, Hannah - bur. 2 11 1811 (age - 5)

Bowen, Hannah - bur. 24 10 1833 (age - 95)

Bowen, John - bur. 10 6 1819 (age - 37)

Bowen, William - bur. 28 7 1822 (age - 9)

Bowen, William - bur. 10 3 1839 (age - 63)

Bowen, William - bur. 1 8 1981 (age - 74)

Brennin, William - bur. 12 5 1842 (age - 59)

Brinning, John - bur. 3 9 1791 (age - )

Brinning, Owen - bur. 20 7 1793 (age - )

Brown, Eliza - bur. 10 8 1954 (age - 89)

Canton, Anne - bur. 20 11 1836 (age - 13)

Canton, Emily - bur. 10 5 1973 (age - 62)

Canton, Frederick - bur. 28 12 1990 (age - 73)

Canton, Lena - bur. 4 10 1916 (age - 00)

Canton, Mary - bur. 27 11 1869 (age - 72)

Canton, Sarah - bur. 11 5 1940 (age - 63)

Canton, Thomas - bur. 9 12 1930 (age - 33)

Canton, William - bur. 20 3 1885 (age - 84)

Castell, Anne - bur. 2 4 1728 (age - )

Castell, Hendry - bur. 21 6 1676 (age - )

Castell, Hendry - bur. 20 11 1677 (age - )

Castell, Henry infant - bur. 20 7 1682 (age - )

Castell, Mary w o Henry - bur. 12 11 1730 (age - )

Castle, Anne infant - bur. 2 2 1672 (age - )

Castle, Elizabeth infant - bur. 6 3 1714 (age - )

Castle, Elizabeth infant - bur. 9 4 1715 (age - )

Castle, Frances infant - bur. 8 2 1723 (age - )

Castle, James infant - bur. 22 12 1707 (age - )

Castle, James (senior)- bur. 16 6 1706 (age - )

Castle, John infant - bur. 22 2 1715 (age - )

Castle, Mary infant - bur. 30 12 1707 (age - )

Charitee, Antonio - bur. 23 2 1851 (age - 71)

Charritte, Margaret - bur. 21 5 1858 (age - 54)

Clark, Walter (Rector - bur. 22 5 1728 (age - )

Codd, Sarah - bur. 12 7 1769 (age - )

Cole, Abra - bur. 15 4 1753 (age - )

Cole, Lilian - bur. 22 6 1937 (age - 1)

Connicdy#, Elizabeth - bur. 13 2 1674 (age - )

Connict#, Richard - bur. 10 3 1674 (age - )

Cox, Elizabeth - bur. 20 9 1975 (age - 84)

Cox, Ernest - bur. 12 4 1968 (age - 76)

Cox, William Thomas - bur. 22 3 1993 (age - 72)

Dally, John - bur. 12 7 1842 (age - -)

Dally, Mary - bur. 15 1 1862 (age - 90)

Dalton, Celia - bur. 14 5 1883 (age - 00)

Dalton, Elizabeth - bur. 3 6 1882 (age - 00)

Dalton, William - bur. 26 12 1886 (age - 00)

Daventry, Janet w o Henry - bur. 7 5 1703 (age - )

David, Jane (widow) - bur. 20 6 1777 (age - )

Davies, Benjamin - bur. 25 10 1929 (age - 89)

Davies, Bronwen Mary - bur. 30 5 1992 (age - 71)

Davies, Elizabeth - bur. 15 6 1792 (age - )

Davies, Elizabeth - bur. 16 8 1858 (age - 68)

Davies, George - bur. 24 10 1841 (age - 85)

Davies, James - bur. 1 2 1823 (age - 00)

Davies, James - bur. 4 7 1858 (age - 93)

Davies, James - bur. 15 2 1874 (age - 81)

Davies, Martha - bur. 24 6 1947 (age - 69)

Davies, Mary (w. of Morgan) - bur. 12 9 1827 (age - )

Davies, Morgan - bur. 21 1 1866 (age - 80)

Davies, Rebecca w of George - bur. 30 10 1827 (age - 64)

Davies, Ronald - bur. 28 11 1986 (age - 74)

Davies, Sarah - bur. 31 12 1831 (age - 63)

Davies, Sarah - bur. 28 11 1832 (age - 63)

Davies, Thomas - bur. 16 1 1835 (age - 8)

Davies, Thomas - bur. 4 3 1835 (age - 00)

Davies, Thomas - bur. 6 6 1849 (age - 00)

Davies, William - bur. 14 12 1691 (age - )

Davies, William - bur. 30 1 1835 (age - 00)

Davies, William - bur. 3 5 1843 (age - -)

Davies, William - bur. 3 1 1959 (age - 90)

Davies#, James - bur. 13 1 1782 (age - )

Davis, Evan - bur. 30 1 1717 (age - )

Dawkin, Lewis - bur. 4 2 1781 (age - )

Dawkins, Ann - bur. 5 4 1872 (age - 3)

Dawkins, Barbara - bur. 18 4 1823 (age - 89)

Dawkins, Dorothy (widow) - bur. 30 6 1833 (age - 85)

Dawkins, Elizabeth - bur. 24 12 1862 (age - 84)

Dawkins, Elizabeth infant - bur. 16 1 1732 (age - )

Dawkins, George - bur. 1 7 1863 (age - 75)

Dawkins, George - bur. 16 12 1902 (age - 88)

Dawkins, Henry - bur. 11 10 1745 (age - )

Dawkins, Henry - bur. 27 9 1810 (age - 59)

Dawkins, James - bur. 11 11 1835 (age - 65)

Dawkins, Jane - bur. 12 5 1836 (age - 63)

Dawkins, John - bur. 12 6 1764 (age - )

Dawkins, Lettice infant - bur. 4 8 1737 (age - )

Dawkins, Martha - bur. 25 3 1859 (age - 82)

Dawkins, Mary - bur. 3 11 1895 (age - 83)

Dawkins, Mary w of Lewis - bur. 20 1 1779 (age - )

Dawkins, Sarah w o Henry - bur. 7 5 1743 (age - )

Dawkins, Thomas - bur. 14 6 1833 (age - 78)

Dawkins, Thomas - bur. 9 6 1876 (age - 00)

Dawkins, Walter - bur. 15 6 1810 (age - )

Dawkins, William - bur. 14 7 1843 (age - 67)

Dawkins, William - bur. 24 1 1883 (age - 40)

Devonald, John - bur. 31 12 1897 (age - 17)

Dubberlin, Thomas infant - bur. 21 8 1734 (age - )

Duggan, Mary - bur. 16 10 1712 (age - )

Dyson, Arthur - bur. 14 6 1961 (age - 83)

Dyson, Dennis - bur. 18 6 1914 (age - 00)

Dyson, Edward - bur. 12 6 1910 (age - 00)

Dyson, Elizabeth - bur. 22 11 1929 (age - 74)

Dyson, Frederick - bur. 17 5 1908 (age - 60)

Dyson, Frederick - bur. 2 6 1923 (age - 13)

Dyson, Jane - bur. 19 4 1904 (age - 00)

Dyson, John Henry - bur. 3 9 1984 (age - 79)

Dyson, Martha - bur. 17 8 1952 (age - 77)

Dyson, Minnie - bur. 10 4 1976 (age - 70)

Dyson, Thomas - bur. 19 4 1904 (age - 00)

Dyson, Thomas - bur. 18 12 1908 (age - 2)

Dyson, William - bur. 26 11 1897 (age - 00)

Dyson, William - bur. 15 12 1908 (age - 8)

Edwardes, Sampson - bur. 23 6 1810 (age - 85)

Edwards, Ann - bur. 6 9 1905 (age - 80)

Edwards, Anne - bur. 14 8 1799 (age - 2)

Edwards, Anne - bur. 6 6 1829 (age - 70)

Edwards, Anne - bur. 13 5 1874 (age - 73)

Edwards, Annie - bur. 30 11 1957 (age - 72)

Edwards, Catherine - bur. 18 1 1930 (age - 74)

Edwards, Charles - bur. 27 3 1794 (age - )

Edwards, David - bur. 5 4 1741 (age - )

Edwards, Eliza - bur. 26 6 1883 (age - 52)

Edwards, Elizabeth - bur. 1 12 1835 (age - 73)

Edwards, George - bur. 1 7 1842 (age - 12)

Edwards, Honor - bur. 1 3 1854 (age - 63)

Edwards, James - bur. 25 4 1848 (age - 78)

Edwards, Kenneth Roger - bur. 15 7 1995 (age - 70)

Edwards, Mary - bur. 7 8 1878 (age - 38)

Edwards, Mary (widow) - bur. 7 2 1763 (age - )

Edwards, Richard - bur. 17 9 1797 (age - )

Edwards, Sarah - bur. 3 1 1869 (age - 5)

Edwards, Thomas - bur. 8 10 1831 (age - 67)

Edwards, Thomas - bur. 13 3 1877 (age - 84)

Edwards, William - bur. 6 3 1895 (age - 69)

Edwards, William infant - bur. 9 7 1728 (age - )

Evans, Alice - bur. 7 1 1894 (age - 7)

Evans, Alice - bur. 19 3 1942 (age - 82)

Evans, Ann - bur. 2 3 1919 (age - 72)

Evans, Arthur - bur. 29 10 1901 (age - 2)

Evans, Caesar - bur. 14 5 1985 (age - )

Evans, David - bur. 22 1 1839 (age - 5)

Evans, Eleanor - bur. 10 9 1826 (age - 67)

Evans, Elizabeth - bur. 10 6 1790 (age - )

Evans, Elizabeth - bur. 7 9 1794 (age - )

Evans, Elizabeth - bur. 17 3 1876 (age - 00)

Evans, Elizabeth - bur. 14 3 1931 (age - 80)

Evans, Frances - bur. 11 5 1906 (age - 21)

Evans, Frances - bur. 5 11 1914 (age - 30)

Evans, Frank - bur. 22 9 1898 (age - 00)

Evans, George - bur. 9 9 1922 (age - 59)

Evans, Ida - bur. 3 10 1983 (age - 64)

Evans, James - bur. 23 8 1876 (age - 24)

Evans, James - bur. 23 8 1901 (age - 78)

Evans, James - bur. 10 3 1911 (age - 25)

Evans, James - bur. 1 11 1918 (age - 36)

Evans, Jane - bur. 8 3 1883 (age - 86)

Evans, Jane - bur. 17 10 1896 (age - 70)

Evans, Jemima - bur. 24 1 1942 (age - 77)

Evans, Jessie - bur. 23 1 1897 (age - 00)

Evans, John - bur. 15 4 1868 (age - 79)

Evans, John - bur. 17 3 1925 (age - 77)

Evans, Martha - bur. 31 3 1928 (age - 91)

Evans, Morris - bur. 24 10 1973 (age - 58)

Evans, Priscilla - bur. 22 9 1869 (age - 34)

Evans, Richard - bur. 7 5 1874 (age - 24)

Evans, Richard - bur. 7 1 1905 (age - 73)

Evans, Richard - bur. 25 5 1955 (age - 81)

Evans, Sarah - bur. 29 8 1843 (age - 4)

Evans, Sarah - bur. 28 2 1952 (age - 58)

Evans, Thomas - bur. 20 2 1830 (age - 00)

Evans, Thomas - bur. 19 5 1935 (age - 76)

Evans, William - bur. 27 4 1877 (age - 00)

Evans, William - bur. 25 10 1906 (age - 68)

Evans, William - bur. 20 1 1982 (age - 59)

Eynon, Elizabeth - bur. 17 9 1782 (age - )

Eynon, John - bur. 8 3 1813 (age - 87)

Eynon, Margaret (widow) - bur. 6 10 1672 (age - )

Eynon, Thomas infant - bur. 20 1 1764 (age - )

Eynon, William infant - bur. 18 6 1754 (age - )

Eynon, William infant - bur. 20 1 1764 (age - )

Forester, Elizabeth - bur. 27 8 1870 (age - 34)

Freeman, Abra - bur. 14 10 1697 (age - )

Freeman, Ann w o John# - bur. 4 12 1700 (age - )

Freeman, David - bur. 26 4 1855 (age - 76)

Freeman, Frances - bur. 29 4 1858 (age - 96)

Freeman, Francis infant - bur. 21 1 1744 (age - )

Freeman, Harriett - bur. 27 2 1845 (age - 63)

Freeman, Jane - bur. 13 12 1845 (age - 80)

Freeman, John - bur. 18 1 1688 (age - )

Freeman, John - bur. 9 3 1752 (age - )

Freeman, John - bur. 14 12 1807 (age - 78)

Freeman, Mary - bur. 18 5 1855 (age - 78)

Freeman, Phoebe - bur. 24 6 1845 (age - 78)

Freeman, Rebecca - bur. 13 5 1832 (age - 98)

Freeman, Rice - bur. 10 10 1735 (age - )

Furlong, James - bur. 1 7 1857 (age - -)

Furlong, Jane - bur. 21 4 1857 (age - 13)

Furlong, Margaret - bur. 9 11 1851 (age - 5)

Furlong, Margaret - bur. 17 8 1857 (age - 1)

Furlong, Thomas - bur. 28 9 1851 (age - 2)

Gillo, John - bur. 12 1 1695 (age - )

Gough, Joan infant - bur. 26 10 1703 (age - )

Griffith, Abra w o William - bur. 23 2 1707 (age - )

Griffith, Ann - bur. 29 8 1746 (age - )

Griffith, Eleanor (widow) - bur. 17 2 1766 (age - )

Griffith, Elizabeth infant - bur. 21 1 1703 (age - )

Griffith, Humphrey - bur. 29 7 1730 (age - )

Griffith, John - bur. 2 5 1734 (age - )

Griffith, John - bur. 26 4 1787 (age - )

Griffith, John - bur. 6 8 1787 (age - )

Griffith, John - bur. 27 3 1792 (age - )

Griffith, Katherine (widow) - bur. 9 1 1730 (age - )

Griffith, Lewis - bur. 13 4 1743 (age - )

Griffith, Margaret w o John - bur. 10 11 1732 (age - )

Griffith, Mary - bur. 14 11 1777 (age - )

Griffith, Mary - bur. 26 2 1807 (age - 66)

Griffith, Mary w o William - bur. 27 1 1757 (age - )

Griffith, Maud w o Thomas - bur. 12 2 1744 (age - )

Griffith, Rice infant - bur. 25 7 1701 (age - )

Griffith, Thomas - bur. 21 6 1764 (age - )

Griffith, Thomas - bur. 27 5 1828 (age - 2)

Griffith, Thomas - bur. 18 9 1842 (age - -)

Griffith, Thomas infant - bur. 22 1 1749 (age - )

Griffith, Thomas infant - bur. 24 1 1766 (age - )

Griffith, William - bur. 7 4 1757 (age - )

Griffith, William - bur. 14 8 1821 (age - 82)

Griffith, William infant - bur. 21 5 1701 (age - )

Griffiths, Agnes - bur. 19 7 1939 (age - 82)

Griffiths, Eliza - bur. 28 5 1864 (age - 4)

Griffiths, Eliza - bur. 12 5 1892 (age - 83)

Griffiths, Elizabeth - bur. 22 4 1874 (age - 30)

Griffiths, Henry - bur. 16 2 1833 (age - 77)

Griffiths, John - bur. 18 12 1890 (age - 5)

Griffiths, Olive - bur. 10 1 1891 (age - 6)

Griffiths, Sarah - bur. 8 5 1834 (age - 73)

Griffiths, Thomas - bur. 28 8 1907 (age - 68)

Griffiths, Thomas - bur. 17 1 1962 (age - 73)

Griffiths, William - bur. 20 4 1887 (age - 78)

Grifiths, Mary - bur. 27 9 1950 (age - 69)

Gutridge, Ann - bur. 28 1 1799 (age - )

Hall, Ann - bur. 14 12 1904 (age - 78)

Hall, Jane - bur. 24 11 1867 (age - 67)

Hall, John - bur. 14 6 1767 (age - )

Hall, John - bur. 18 3 1869 (age - 19)

Hall, John - bur. 21 12 1873 (age - 73)

Hall, John - bur. 12 1 1896 (age - 30)

Hall, Joseph - bur. 27 10 1908 (age - 85)

Hall, Margaret - bur. 13 5 1888 (age - 62)

Hall, Margaret - bur. 14 2 1946 (age - 83)

Hall, Martha - bur. 3 7 1872 (age - 24)

Hall, Sarah - bur. 15 8 1867 (age - 23)

Hall, Thomas - bur. 12 9 1880 (age - 26)

Hall, William - bur. 20 5 1874 (age - 17)

Hall, William - bur. 10 1 1897 (age - 70)

Hanlon, Michael - bur. 8 1 1906 (age - 24)

Harries, Martha - bur. 4 12 1818 (age - 65)

Harris, Anne - bur. 3 5 1836 (age - 00)

Harris, Benjamin - bur. 8 8 1829 (age - )

Harris, Jane - bur. 2 10 1837 (age - 00)

Harris, Mary - bur. 6 2 1838 (age - 29)

Harris, Mary w o John - bur. 8 4 1736 (age - )

Hart, Jordan - bur. 15 5 1996 (age - 00)

Hay, Ann - bur. 30 3 1888 (age - 81)

Hay, Elizabeth - bur. 30 1 1855 (age - 35)

Hay, Jane - bur. 12 5 1856 (age - 12)

Hay, Lewis - bur. 8 7 1856 (age - 3)

Hay, William - bur. 16 1 1855 (age - 9)

Heaton, Margaret - bur. 7 9 1994 (age - )

Hendy, Elizabeth infant - bur. 25 1 1688 (age - )

Hendy, Esther (widow) - bur. 4 9 1716 (age - )

Hendy, Francis - bur. 15 2 1690 (age - )

Hendy, Francis (widower) - bur. 15 2 1714 (age - )

Hendy, George infant - bur. 30 1 1691 (age - )

Hendy, Joan w o John - bur. 15 7 1712 (age - )

Hendy, John - bur. 4 11 1717 (age - )

Hendy, Jone w o Francis - bur. 17 10 1695 (age - )

Hendy, Joseph infant - bur. 27 3 1688 (age - )

Hendy, Margaret infant - bur. 26 10 1717 (age - )

Hendy, Thomas - bur. 13 11 1687 (age - )

Hendy, Thomas infant - bur. 11 6 1693 (age - )

Henton, Gwendoline - bur. 10 3 1982 (age - 60)

Henton, Ivor - bur. 11 11 1989 (age - 58)

Henton, Mary - bur. 10 7 1954 (age - 84)

Henton, Reginald George - bur. 18 6 1993 (age - 89)

Henton, William - bur. 7 11 1946 (age - 72)

Henton, William John - bur. 11 1 1992 (age - 83)

Hindmarsh, Frances - bur. 15 2 1922 (age - 63)

Hindmarsh, George - bur. 4 11 1939 (age - 77)

Hindmarsh, James - bur. 5 6 1956 (age - 72)

Hindmarsh, Marjorie - bur. 29 6 1909 (age - 23)

Hindmarsh, William - bur. 29 6 1895 (age - 00)

Hitching, Anne infant - bur. 21 6 1712 (age - )

Hitching, Eleanor infant - bur. 20 11 1725 (age - )

Hitching, Eleanor w o John - bur. 21 3 1724 (age - )

Hitching, Elizabeth infant - bur. 20 11 1725 (age - )

Hitching, Elizabeth (infant) - bur. 27 11 1753 (age - )

Hitching, George infant - bur. 19 4 1754 (age - )

Hitching, John infant - bur. 4 11 1684 (age - )

Hitching, Lettice - bur. 9 10 1780 (age - )

Hitchings, Alice - bur. 21 6 1860 (age - 74)

Hitchings, Ann infant - bur. 4 4 1766 (age - )

Hitchings, Catherine - bur. 11 12 1907 (age - 74)

Hitchings, Catherine infant - bur. 22 2 1766 (age - )

Hitchings, Catherine infant - bur. 15 12 1768 (age - )

Hitchings, Elizabeth - bur. 4 4 1788 (age - )

Hitchings, Elizabeth - bur. 10 2 1791 (age - )

Hitchings, Elizabeth - bur. 5 12 1797 (age - )

Hitchings, Elizabeth - bur. 23 10 1855 (age - -)

Hitchings, Elizabeth - bur. 29 5 1917 (age - 49)

Hitchings, George - bur. 4 3 1731 (age - )

Hitchings, George - bur. 25 11 1787 (age - )

Hitchings, George - bur. 11 11 1918 (age - 65)

Hitchings, George infant - bur. 5 11 1759 (age - )

Hitchings, Joan - bur. 30 5 1794 (age - )

Hitchings, John - bur. 24 4 1734 (age - )

Hitchings, John - bur. 27 1 1789 (age - )

Hitchings, John - bur. 30 4 1796 (age - )

Hitchings, John - bur. 16 6 1809 (age - 51)

Hitchings, John - bur. 13 6 1812 (age - 70)

Hitchings, John - bur. 25 8 1862 (age - 77)

Hitchings, John - bur. 3 10 1884 (age - 71)

Hitchings, Margaret - bur. 8 12 1832 (age - 3)

Hitchings, Margaret - bur. 6 10 1858 (age - 46)

Hitchings, Martha - bur. 27 6 1822 (age - 7)

Hitchings, Mary - bur. 24 7 1859 (age - 43)

Hitchings, Mary - bur. 7 2 1872 (age - 59)

Hitchings, Mary (w. of Henry) - bur. 18 3 1816 (age - 35)

Hitchings, Mary (widow) - bur. 10 9 1740 (age - )

Hitchings, Rebekah - bur. 16 9 1814 (age - 75)

Hitchings, Rees - bur. 10 2 1800 (age - 80)

Hitchings, William - bur. 4 9 1807 (age - 36)

Hitchings, William - bur. 10 6 1882 (age - 67)

Hitchings, William - bur. 6 6 1887 (age - 21)

Hitchins, Henry - bur. 10 8 1852 (age - 70)

Hitchins, Thomas - bur. 27 4 1852 (age - 62)

Hitchins, Thomas - bur. 8 1 1855 (age - 30)

Hoskins, Elizabeth w o John - bur. 29 7 1703 (age - )

Howell, John - bur. 19 5 1824 (age - 42)

Howells, Charles - bur. 30 9 1888 (age - 23)

Howells, Dennis - bur. 17 5 1990 (age - 70)

Howells, Elizabeth - bur. 14 2 1893 (age - 00)

Howells, Elizabeth - bur. 9 2 1928 (age - 73)

Howells, Emily - bur. 3 2 1889 (age - 8)

Howells, Evelyn - bur. 16 4 1988 (age - 91)

Howells, Frances - bur. 5 7 1889 (age - 19)

Howells, George - bur. 8 12 1930 (age - 52)

Howells, Henry - bur. 13 7 1833 (age - 47)

Howells, James - bur. 25 2 1866 (age - 21)

Howells, Jane - bur. 8 3 1883 (age - 00)

Howells, John - bur. 30 11 1892 (age - 00)

Howells, Lilian May - bur. 16 1 1995 (age - 87)

Howells, Marha - bur. 19 2 1933 (age - 93)

Howells, Maria - bur. 21 4 1978 (age - 90)

Howells, Martha - bur. 9 2 1880 (age - 66)

Howells, Martha - bur. 2 6 1898 (age - 00)

Howells, Mary - bur. 16 6 1828 (age - 60)

Howells, Richard - bur. 13 1 1943 (age - 59)

Howells, Richard - bur. 30 12 1964 (age - 54)

Howells, Thomas - bur. 27 12 1886 (age - 74)

Howells, Thomas - bur. 28 9 1892 (age - 29)

Howells, Thomas - bur. 18 4 1940 (age - 85)

Howells, William - bur. 31 8 1901 (age - 61)

Howells, William - bur. 25 2 1909 (age - 62)

 

Hughes, Henry - bur. 14 3 1694 (age - )

Hughes, John - bur. 25 6 1862 (age - 00)

 

Isitt, John - bur. 19 5 1844 (age - 6)

Isitt, Martha - bur. 3 6 1835 (age - 4)

Isitt, William - bur. 19 5 1844 (age - -)

Jacob, Margaret - bur. 12 9 1732 (age - )

James, Albert - bur. 13 11 1954 (age - 64)

James, Alice - bur. 26 10 1968 (age - 81)

James, Alice - bur. 8 10 1985 (age - 80)

James, Ann - bur. 10 12 1861 (age - 1)

James, Annie - bur. 24 9 1869 (age - 00)

James, David - bur. 1 7 1820 (age - 70)

James, Edward - bur. 11 2 1890 (age - 00)

James, Elizabeth - bur. 10 3 1787 (age - )

James, Elizabeth - bur. 15 3 1887 (age - 00)

James, Frederick - bur. 9 6 1988 (age - 83)

James, George - bur. 5 12 1823 (age - 11)

James, Henry - bur. 29 6 1892 (age - 68)

James, Iris - bur. 30 4 1980 (age - 52)

James, Jane - bur. 18 6 1828 (age - 76)

James, Jane - bur. 17 12 1896 (age - 74)

James, John - bur. 6 7 1839 (age - 10)

James, John - bur. 23 5 1869 (age - 00)

James, John - bur. 15 9 1882 (age - 58)

James, Mary Elizabeth - bur. 24 4 1996 (age - 71)

James, Reginald - bur. 17 7 1947 (age - 29)

James, Reinford - bur. 5 8 1959 (age - 9)

James, Richard - bur. 28 6 1902 (age - 2)

Jenkins, Jane - bur. 23 10 1916 (age - 74)

Jenkins, William - bur. 14 4 1915 (age - 57)

John, Catherine (widow) - bur. 14 12 1710 (age - )

John, David - bur. 22 7 1694 (age - )

John, David - bur. 21 5 1730 (age - )

John, Dinah - bur. 4 6 1851 (age - -)

John, Edward - bur. 21 10 1871 (age - 8)

John, Frances - bur. 31 3 1864 (age - 74)

John, James - bur. 18 9 1870 (age - 2)

John, Mary - bur. 17 4 1859 (age - #)

John, Muriel - bur. 2 2 1959 (age - 39)

John, Thomas - bur. 6 1 1879 (age - 72)

John, William - bur. 21 1 1847 (age - -)

Johns, Frances - bur. 23 2 1917 (age - 65)

Johns, John - bur. 2 2 1926 (age - 68)

Jones, Ann - bur. 1 2 1860 (age - 90)

Jones, Ann w o David - bur. 28 10 1749 (age - )

Jones, Anne - bur. 25 11 1832 (age - 00)

Jones, Charles infant - bur. 3 12 1733 (age - )

Jones, Charlotte - bur. 10 9 1851 (age - 62)

Jones, David - bur. 13 2 1772 (age - )

Jones, David - bur. 24 2 1853 (age - 77)

Jones, Dorothy (widow) - bur. 3 2 1763 (age - )

Jones, Elizabeth - bur. 13 8 1802 (age - 80)

Jones, Essex - bur. 17 4 1749 (age - )

Jones, George - bur. 17 5 1895 (age - 57)

Jones, Jane - bur. 23 3 1837 (age - 77)

Jones, Jane infant - bur. 29 8 1757 (age - )

Jones, John - bur. 1 9 1735 (age - )

Jones, John (Rector)- bur. 3 6 1831 (age - 76)

Jones, Jone infant - bur. 3 6 1722 (age - )

Jones, Mary - bur. 18 2 1781 (age - )

Jones, Mary infant - bur. 14 10 1714 (age - )

Jones, Mary infant - bur. 28 10 1749 (age - )

Jones, Muriel - bur. 7 2 1979 (age - 85)

Jones, Patrick - bur. 22 1 1764 (age - )

Jones, Philip - bur. 30 1 1834 (age - 10)

Jones, Rees infant - bur. 14 4 1732 (age - )

Jones, Thomas - bur. 7 4 1691 (age - )

Jones, Thomas - bur. 9 6 1779 (age - )

Jones, Thomas infant - bur. 8 10 1721 (age - )

Jones, William - bur. 15 1 1733 (age - )

Jones, William - bur. 4 7 1771 (age - )

Jones, William - bur. 3 11 1815 (age - 88)

Jones, William - bur. 8 8 1832 (age - 19)

Jones, William - bur. 17 7 1965 (age - 72)

Kerne, James infant - bur. 8 9 1719 (age - )

Kerne, William infant - bur. 10 8 1718 (age - )

Knethill#, Jane - bur. 17 10 1722 (age - )

Lacey, William - bur. 8 5 1684 (age - )

Laless, Elizabeth infant - bur. 16 6 1754 (age - )

Laless, Elizabeth w o Owen - bur. 29 3 1763 (age - )

Lawless, Henry - bur. 2 8 1801 (age - 71)

Lawless, Jane - bur. 18 7 1779 (age - )

Lawless, Mary - bur. 4 6 1817 (age - 88)

Lawless, Owen - bur. 28 2 1796 (age - )

Leach, Abra w o John (blind - bur. 12 1 1701 (age - )

Leach, Anne - bur. 5 7 1787 (age - )

Leach, Catherine - bur. 1 6 1704 (age - )

Leach, Elizabeth - bur. 17 1 1817 (age - 90)

Leach, Elizabeth infant - bur. 7 5 1760 (age - )

Leach, Gwenny# w o William - bur. 30 8 1695 (age - )

Leach, Henry - bur. 4 9 1802 (age - 84)

Leach, John - bur. 26 3 1714 (age - )

Leach, John infant - bur. 7 9 1678 (age - )

Leach, Judith - bur. 10 4 1751 (age - )

Leach, Mary infant - bur. 29 4 1706 (age - )

Leach, Philip - bur. 22 5 1701 (age - )

Leach, Philip - bur. 14 3 1807 (age - 82)

Leach, Thomas - bur. 20 12 1762 (age - )

Leach, Thomas infant - bur. 20 9 1728 (age - )

Leach, William - bur. 27 11 1695 (age - )

Lewes, David infant - bur. 17 10 1699 (age - )

Lewhellin, John - bur. 24 4 1780 (age - )

Lewis, Abraham infant - bur. 1 5 1702 (age - )

Lewis, Alice w o David - bur. 27 5 1725 (age - )

Lewis, Brittannia - bur. 16 3 1743 (age - )

Lewis, Catherine - bur. 20 9 1884 (age - 74)

Lewis, David - bur. 29 1 1730 (age - )

Lewis, Eleanor infant - bur. 24 4 1727 (age - )

Lewis, Eleanor w o Richard - bur. 22 8 1708 (age - )

Lewis, Emily - bur. 13 10 1955 (age - 65)

Lewis, George - bur. 1826 (age - 00)

Lewis, George - bur. 1 1 1858 (age - 00)

Lewis, George - bur. 16 9 1892 (age - 72)

Lewis, George - bur. 19 9 1908 (age - 90)

Lewis, Gunilda - bur. 29 6 1950 (age - 67)

Lewis, James infant - bur. 23 5 1725 (age - )

Lewis, John - bur. 26 1 1712 (age - )

Lewis, John - bur. 23 5 1848 (age - 60)

Lewis, Joyce Eileen Mary - bur. 2 3 1994 (age - 67)

Lewis, Lettice - bur. 7 10 1853 (age - -)

Lewis, Margaret - bur. 7 12 1911 (age - 70)

Lewis, Margaret - bur. 28 4 1928 (age - 41)

Lewis, Mary - bur. 6 1 1868 (age - 21)

Lewis, Paul - bur. 20 4 1836 (age - 85)

Lewis, Phoebe Frances - bur. 3 11 1990 (age - 79)

Lewis, Richard - bur. 31 10 1728 (age - )

Lewis, Richard infant - bur. 5 3 1705 (age - )

Lewis, Robert William - bur. 16 12 1994 (age - )

Lewis, Thomas - bur. 3 7 1860 (age - 7)

Lewis, William - bur. 3 9 1981 (age - 95)

Lewis, William infant - bur. 17 5 1725 (age - )

Llewellin, Mary - bur. 2 7 1858 (age - 81)

Llewelling, Ann - bur. 30 6 1824 (age - 67)

Llewellyn, Elizabeth - bur. 4 6 1882 (age - 2)

Llewellyn, Thomas - bur. 10 6 1882 (age - 00)

Llewhellin, Elizabeth - bur. 25 5 1811 (age - )

Llewhelyn, John - bur. 27 2 1832 (age - 88)

Lloyd, Benjamin - bur. 21 4 1819 (age - 61)

Lloyd, Elizabeth - bur. 25 12 1819 (age - 2)

Lloyd, Elizabeth - bur. 16 11 1825 (age - 70)

Lloyd, Elizabeth - bur. 10 12 1831 (age - 22)

Lloyd, Elizabeth - bur. 4 9 1856 (age - 00)

Lloyd, Elizabeth w Francis - bur. 15 11 1764 (age - )

Lloyd, Fanny - bur. 15 3 1870 (age - 22)

Lloyd, Francis - bur. 24 7 1808 (age - 88)

Lloyd, Isaac - bur. 10 4 1763 (age - )

Lloyd, Isaac - bur. 19 9 1845 (age - 92)

Lloyd, Isaac - bur. 20 3 1896 (age - 81)

Lloyd, Jane - bur. 14 7 1842 (age - 54)

Lloyd, John - bur. 15 2 1823 (age - 37)

Lloyd, John - bur. 21 4 1853 (age - -)

Lloyd, John - bur. 23 9 1864 (age - 42)

Lloyd, Laurentia - bur. 10 4 1751 (age - )

Lloyd, Letitia - bur. 13 4 1873 (age - 00)

Lloyd, Lettice - bur. 28 1 1848 (age - -)

Lloyd, Marcia infant - bur. 29 11 1768 (age - )

Lloyd, Margaret - bur. 4 3 1771 (age - )

Lloyd, Mary - bur. 17 5 1874 (age - 20)

Long, Jane - bur. 27 10 1824 (age - 84)

Long#, Gennet - bur. 11 3 1682 (age - )

Madock, Abra w o James - bur. 30 3 1715 (age - )

Madock, James - bur. 17 5 1716 (age - )

Mastersone, Jane - bur. 17 6 1693 (age - )

Mathews, Moses - bur. 7 10 1803 (age - 78)

Mathias, Sarah - bur. 29 3 1872 (age - 33)

Matthews, Alfred - bur. 6 12 1867 (age - 1)

May, Mary - bur. 26 12 1846 (age - 6)

McFee, Ellen - bur. 23 5 1872 (age - 11)

McRae, David - bur. 20 11 1880 (age - #)

Mitchell, Eva - bur. 18 1 1988 (age - 85)

Moore, Jane infant - bur. 18 2 1707 (age - )

Moore#, Lewis - bur. 25 8 1723 (age - )

Morgan, Abraham - bur. 16 5 1865 (age - 83)

Morgan, Charlotte - bur. 26 9 1884 (age - 39)

Morgan, Elizabeth - bur. 27 4 1861 (age - 77)

Morgan, Matthew - bur. 15 12 1797 (age - )

Morgans, Henrietta - bur. 31 12 1791 (age - )

Morrice, Alice infant - bur. 5 7 1710 (age - )

Morrice, Anne infant - bur. 15 2 1701 (age - )

Morrice, Catherine infant - bur. 30 7 1712 (age - )

Morrice, Hugh - bur. 16 1 1708 (age - )

Morrice, Marriot# - bur. 8 10 1670 (age - )

Morris, Ann - bur. 15 5 1734 (age - )

Morris, Elizabeth - bur. 24 11 1869 (age - 50)

Morris, Elizabeth - bur. 12 2 1874 (age - 19)

Morris, Elizabeth - bur. 21 5 1881 (age - 3)

Morris, George - bur. 29 4 1886 (age - 68)

Morris, Hannah - bur. 4 12 1871 (age - 23)

Morris, Mary - bur. 7 3 1857 (age - 41)

Morrish, Jane# - bur. 21 2 1690 (age - )

Morse, Ann - bur. 1 9 1774 (age - )

Morse, Charles - bur. 20 3 1780 (age - )

Murray, Elizabeth - bur. 28 8 1955 (age - 76)

Murray, Thomas - bur. 11 1 1947 (age - 64)

Nash, Robert - bur. 19 6 1844 (age - 78)

Nash, William - bur. 27 7 1792 (age - )

Nicholas, John - bur. 7 4 1897 (age - 00)

Nicholas, Jonathan - bur. 20 5 1975 (age - 00)

Nicholas, Mary - bur. 8 7 1888 (age - 58)

Nicholas, Rachel - bur. 18 4 1893 (age - 00)

Nicholas, William - bur. 9 1 1897 (age - 70)

Nicholas, William - bur. 1 8 1954 (age - 44)

Nicholas, William Joseph - bur. 10 5 1995 (age - 65)

Ormond, Elizabeth - bur. 20 3 1824 (age - 63)

Owen, Ann - bur. 10 7 1914 (age - 64)

Owen, Elizabeth - bur. 29 5 1897 (age - 44)

Owens, Hannah - bur. 15 5 1891 (age - 44)

Paget, Elizabeth - bur. 10 6 1820 (age - 6)

Paget, Elizabeth - bur. 12 11 1822 (age - 2)

Paget, William - bur. 11 3 1847 (age - 78)

Pagett, Margaret - bur. 19 5 1842 (age - 63)

Pagett, Mary - bur. 10 1 1856 (age - 39)

Parrot, Elizabeth w o Walter - bur. 29 12 1780 (age - )

Peter, Mary - bur. 19 8 1817 (age - 78)

Phelp, Elizabeth w o John - bur. 20 11 1718 (age - )

Phelp, Joan infant - bur. 18 3 1708 (age - )

Phelp, John - bur. 4 4 1726 (age - )

Phelp, Judith infant - bur. 13 6 1711 (age - )

Phelp, Margaret (widow) - bur. 22 6 1710 (age - )

Phelp, Mary (widow) - bur. 11 4 1726 (age - )

Phelp, Mary w o John - bur. 30 3 1712 (age - )

Philipps, Elizabeth - bur. 4 6 1782 (age - )

Philipps, Jeremiah - bur. 24 6 1782 (age - )

Philipps, Sarah - bur. 1 3 1850 (age - 62)

Philipps, Thomas - bur. 2 2 1839 (age - 50)

Philips, Anna w o Jeremiah - bur. 12 10 1731 (age - )

Philips, Richard - bur. 12 9 1745 (age - )

Phillips, Dorothy - bur. 15 3 1680 (age - )

Phillips, John - bur. 6 10 1679 (age - )

Phillips, Martha - bur. 14 9 1782 (age - )

Philp, Ann - bur. 2 11 1759 (age - )

Philp, John infant - bur. 18 10 1737 (age - )

Philp, Richard - bur. 28 1 1763 (age - )

Philpe, Jone w o John - bur. 7 9 1693 (age - )

Philpe, Sarah (infant) - bur. 18 9 1699 (age - )

Powell, Elizabeth - bur. 18 1 1732 (age - )

Powell, Elizabeth - bur. 24 2 1835 (age - 3)

Powell, Hannah - bur. 26 3 1875 (age - 76)

Powell, James - bur. 25 3 1874 (age - 76)

Powell, Judith - bur. 1 1 1843 (age - 74)

Poyer, Faithfull - bur. 20 7 1681 (age - )

Poyer, Faithfull - bur. 20 3 1689 (age - )

Poyer, George - bur. 6 5 1674 (age - )

Poyer, Henry - bur. 14 6 1693 (age - )

Poyer, Jane infant - bur. 28 2 1681 (age - )

Poyer, Jone w o Faithfull - bur. 11 4 1681 (age - )

Poyer, Jone w o George - bur. 2 3 1681 (age - )

Poyer, Martha - bur. 1673 (age - )

Poyer, Mary infant - bur. 13 2 1689 (age - )

Protheroe, Mary - bur. 16 12 1859 (age - 67)

Protheroe, William - bur. 1 12 1813 (age - 77)

Prout, John - bur. 14 7 1749 (age - )

Purser, Charles - bur. 13 2 1813 (age - 82)

Purser, Charles - bur. 24 2 1860 (age - 74)

Purser, Elizabeth - bur. 13 3 1824 (age - 80)

Purser, William - bur. 6 4 1799 (age - )

Ramsey, John - bur. 20 11 1880 (age - 20)

Read, Catherine (widow) - bur. 14 12 1758 (age - )

Read, Elizabeth w o Henry# - bur. 11 2 1707 (age - )

Read, Hendry - bur. 5 10 1675 (age - )

Read, Henry - bur. 12 8 1744 (age - )

Read, Humphrey infant - bur. 8 2 1705 (age - )

Read, John infant - bur. 14 3 1684 (age - )

Read, Rice - bur. 10 2 1690 (age - )

Read, William infant - bur. 12 10 1707 (age - )

Read, William# - bur. 14 6 1696 (age - )

Rees, Frances - bur. 13 5 1955 (age - 72)

Rees, John - bur. 1 10 1940 (age - 63)

Rees, Sidney - bur. 18 2 1877 (age - 00)

Rees, Thomas - bur. 24 6 1813 (age - 00)

Reid, Ann - bur. 5 1 1947 (age - 77)

Reid, George - bur. 8 4 1937 (age - 72)

Renold, William infant - bur. 14 7 1713 (age - )

Requejo, Jose - bur. 9 11 1894 (age - #)

Reynold, William - bur. 16 1 1712 (age - )

Reynolds, Ann (widow) - bur. 8 12 1769 (age - )

Reynolds, Jane - bur. 18 8 1767 (age - )

Reynolds, Joan (widow) - bur. 19 2 1714 (age - )

Reynolds, John infant - bur. 16 12 1718 (age - )

Reynolds, Margaret - bur. 4 6 1953 (age - 64)

Reynolds, Martha - bur. 22 2 1941 (age - 82)

Reynolds, Mary - bur. 19 2 1793 (age - )

Reynolds, Mary - bur. 6 1 1894 (age - 3)

Richards, Benjamin - bur. 28 9 1929 (age - 69)

Richards, Gertrude - bur. 22 1 1927 (age - 11)

Roberts, Daniel - bur. 24 3 1891 (age - 78)

Roberts, Elizabeth - bur. 22 10 1851 (age - 00)

Roberts, Elizabeth - bur. 7 7 1880 (age - 65)

Roberts, George - bur. 18 7 1857 (age - 11)

Roch, Elizabeth infant - bur. 22 4 1705 (age - )

Roch, Mary - bur. 18 10 1973 (age - 78)

Roch, William - bur. 1 11 1973 (age - 82)

Rogers, Ada - bur. 9 1 1947 (age - 47)

Rogers, Eliza - bur. 29 1 1929 (age - 71)

Rogers, James - bur. 9 4 1829 (age - 85)

Rogers, John - bur. 4 1 1938 (age - 80)

Rogers, John - bur. 15 6 1947 (age - 56)

Rogers, Mary - bur. 4 3 1830 (age - 86)

Rogers, Mary - bur. 6 2 1989 (age - 60)

Rogers, Mervyn - bur. 6 10 1973 (age - 47)

Rogers, Walter - bur. 19 6 1928 (age - 41)

Rogers, William - bur. 3 12 1965 (age - 82)

Rogers, William infant - bur. 17 10 1773 (age - )

Row, Ann - bur. 22 5 1838 (age - 21)

Row, Joseph - bur. 22 1 1707 (age - )

Row, Richard infant - bur. 12 10 1701 (age - )

Rowe, James - bur. 28 6 1835 (age - 27)

Rowe, Jane - bur. 24 8 1840 (age - 67)

Rowe, John - bur. 29 6 1835 (age - 23)

Rowe, John - bur. 19 2 1856 (age - -)

Rowe, John infant - bur. 26 12 1764 (age - )

Russan, John - bur. 13 8 1794 (age - )

Russiter, Jane - bur. 27 7 1859 (age - 5)

Russiter, Mary - bur. 19 1 1848 (age - 3)

Saise, Catherine# - bur. 28 5 1774 (age - )

Saise, John - bur. 26 5 1765 (age - )

Saise, John infant - bur. 8 5 1749 (age - )

Sasy#, Margaret w o William - bur. 6 4 1673 (age - )

Scourfield, Gertrude - bur. 27 1 1930 (age - 31)

Sebborn, William - bur. 10 1 1858 (age - 00)

Sicox, Samuel - bur. 20 11 1880 (age - #)

Skone, Alice - bur. 2 10 1749 (age - )

Skone, Elizabeth - bur. 14 10 1898 (age - 2)

Skone, Griffith - bur. 3 5 1779 (age - )

Skone, Mary - bur. 8 5 1754 (age - )

Smith, George - bur. 3 7 1953 (age - 71)

Smith, Martha - bur. 7 1 1948 (age - 68)

Smith, William - bur. 21 12 1912 (age - 00)

Smyth, Mary (widow) - bur. 1 7 1681 (age - )

Sondon, Abra w o Walter - bur. 12 3 1691 (age - )

Sondon#, Walter - bur. 17 3 1695 (age - )

Starling, Edwin - bur. 8 6 1868 (age - 11)

Starling, Susannah - bur. 30 5 1860 (age - 1)

Stephens, George - bur. 9 10 1795 (age - )

Stephens, Mary - bur. 8 10 1859 (age - 7)

Stevens, Elizabeth - bur. 14 3 1827 (age - 85)

Stevens, Francis - bur. 29 1 1838 (age - 17)

Stevens, James - bur. 23 4 1838 (age - 51)

Stevens, John - bur. 7 2 1824 (age - 86)

Stevens, Mary - bur. 25 2 1865 (age - 3)

Stewart, Mary - bur. 10 1 1779 (age - )

Stewart, Mary w o Arthur - bur. 23 12 1737 (age - )

Stuart, Elizabeth - bur. 12 5 1753 (age - )

Stuart, Jane - bur. 18 5 1753 (age - )

Sutton, Thomas - bur. 30 7 1775 (age - )

Tancred, Ann - bur. 6 2 1811 (age - 72)

Tancred, Ann w o Charles - bur. 27 12 1737 (age - )

Tancred, Charles - bur. 23 11 1744 (age - )

Tancred, Elizabeth - bur. 26 8 1780 (age - )

Tancred, Elizabeth (widow) - bur. 10 7 1770 (age - )

Tancred, John - bur. 10 7 1811 (age - 72)

Tancred, John infant - bur. 1 12 1707 (age - )

Tancred, Luce infant - bur. 27 4 1736 (age - )

Tankerd, Griffith - bur. 19 1 1700 (age - )

Tanket, Elizabeth infant - bur. 3 7 1709 (age - )

Tanket, Henry infant - bur. 13 2 1708 (age - )

Tanket, John (child) - bur. 20 2 1708 (age - )

Tanket, Luce w o Charles - bur. 24 3 1708 (age - )

Tanket (Morrice, Mary - bur. 6 2 1702 (age - )

Tasker, Andrew infant - bur. 27 1 1680 (age - )

Tasker, Mary infant - bur. 20 11 1691 (age - )

Tenant, Abra infant - bur. 29 8 1728 (age - )

Tenant, Catherine - bur. 19 5 1743 (age - )

Tenant, Robert - bur. 26 3 1737 (age - )

Tenant, Thomas - bur. 27 3 1726 (age - )

Thomas, Ann - bur. 24 12 1853 (age - -)

Thomas, Ann - bur. 9 3 1869 (age - 59)

Thomas, Ann - bur. 13 4 1915 (age - 85)

Thomas, David - bur. 26 12 1717 (age - )

Thomas, David (junior) - bur. 15 10 1702 (age - )

Thomas, Dorothy w o David - bur. 5 4 1709 (age - )

Thomas, Elizabeth - bur. 19 11 1770 (age - )

Thomas, Elizabeth - bur. 11 1 1842 (age - 76)

Thomas, Elizabeth infant - bur. 28 12 1700 (age - )

Thomas, Elizabeth infant - bur. 18 5 1701 (age - )

Thomas, Esther - bur. 6 5 1891 (age - 29)

Thomas, George - bur. 13 3 1827 (age - 69)

Thomas, George - bur. 4 3 1861 (age - 77)

Thomas, George - bur. 23 4 1897 (age - 69)

Thomas, George - bur. 22 8 1898 (age - 89)

Thomas, George - bur. 15 10 1938 (age - 75)

Thomas, James - bur. 29 10 1858 (age - 42)

Thomas, James infant - bur. 19 6 1710 (age - )

Thomas, John - bur. 26 3 1895 (age - 82)

Thomas, John - bur. 2 5 1931 (age - 63)

Thomas, John - bur. 6 2 1951 (age - 70)

Thomas, John infant - bur. 10 6 1687 (age - )

Thomas, John infant - bur. 4 4 1706 (age - )

Thomas, John infant - bur. 6 1 1708 (age - )

Thomas, Margaret - bur. 6 2 1691 (age - )

Thomas, Martha - bur. 28 7 1873 (age - 80)

Thomas, Martha - bur. 17 10 1917 (age - 63)

Thomas, Martha infant - bur. 17 2 1705 (age - )

Thomas, Mary - bur. 27 8 1826 (age - 80)

Thomas, Mary - bur. 6 5 1862 (age - 54)

Thomas, Mary - bur. 28 12 1913 (age - 70)

Thomas, Mary w o William - bur. 11 6 1710 (age - )

Thomas, Philip - bur. 15 4 1701 (age - )

Thomas, Phoebe - bur. 23 6 1940 (age - 55)

Thomas, Richard - bur. 11 9 1886 (age - 79)

Thomas, Richard - bur. 11 3 1923 (age - 78)

Thomas, William - bur. 1 7 1836 (age - 00)

Thomas, William - bur. 19 10 1900 (age - 20)

Thorne, Charles - bur. 20 11 1880 (age - #)

Tucker, Elizabeth - bur. 3 4 1709 (age - )

Venables, Robert - bur. 16 3 1868 (age - 00)

Walters, John - bur. 29 4 1851 (age - 40)

Walters, Martha - bur. 7 1 1864 (age - 57)

Watson, Martha - bur. 7 3 1940 (age - 78)

Webb, Ann - bur. 9 3 1864 (age - 85)

Webb, Elizabeth infant - bur. 22 10 1724 (age - )

Webb, Jane - bur. 18 2 1824 (age - 14)

Webb, Martha - bur. 5 3 1844 (age - 27)

Webb, Thomas - bur. 30 12 1863 (age - 87)

Wheeler, Thomas - bur. 20 11 1880 (age - #)

Whelling, Joan infant - bur. 18 2 1681 (age - )

Whelling, John - bur. 17 11 1710 (age - )

White, Anne w o Richard - bur. 5 1 1712 (age - )

White, Frances - bur. 6 4 1917 (age - 39)

White, Frances (widow) - bur. 21 9 1718 (age - )

White, John - bur. 4 11 1687 (age - )

White, Richard - bur. 17 11 1714 (age - )

White, Richard infant - bur. 1680 (age - )

White, Richard infant - bur. 18 3 1705 (age - )

Whittock, Jennett - bur. 6 5 1674 (age - )

Whittock, Richard - bur. 22 4 1674 (age - )

Wilcox, William - bur. 16 1 1839 (age - 19)

Wilkeston, Thomas - bur. 29 12 1820 (age - 26)

Wilkin, Ann w o James - bur. 4 12 1762 (age - )

Wilkin, Benjamin - bur. 14 3 1793 (age - )

Wilkin, Benjamin infant - bur. 7 4 1738 (age - )

Wilkin, Eleanor w o William - bur. 1 4 1762 (age - )

Wilkin, Elizabeth (widow) - bur. 20 10 1772 (age - )

Wilkin, Hannah - bur. 11 4 1793 (age - )

Wilkin, John - bur. 3 5 1730 (age - )

Wilkin, John - bur. 19 7 1747 (age - )

Wilkin, John - bur. 29 9 1793 (age - )

Wilkin, John - bur. 1 6 1801 (age - )

Wilkin, John infant - bur. 22 3 1715 (age - )

Wilkin, Lettice w o John - bur. 5 4 1730 (age - )

Wilkin, Susanna w o John - bur. 9 10 1712 (age - )

Wilkin, William - bur. 18 5 1768 (age - )

Wilkinson, Anne - bur. 30 10 1832 (age - 00)

Wilkinson, Anne - bur. 23 8 1835 (age - 22)

Wilkinson, Martha - bur. 4 2 1799 (age - )

Wilkinson, Martha - bur. 3 10 1841 (age - 39)

Wilkinson, Martha - bur. 1 7 1851 (age - 81)

Wilkinson, Thomas - bur. 21 3 1847 (age - -)

William, David infant - bur. 30 6 1713 (age - )

Williams, Anne w o George - bur. 2 6 1707 (age - )

Williams, Catherine - bur. 8 10 1758 (age - )

Williams, Elizabeth - bur. 29 8 1853 (age - 00)

Williams, Evan - bur. 15 12 1947 (age - 61)

Williams, Francis (inf dtr) - bur. 10 10 1717 (age - )

Williams, George - bur. 18 5 1711 (age - )

Williams, Jason - bur. 13 1 1843 (age - 3)

Williams, John - bur. 6 4 1719 (age - )

Williams, John infant - bur. 15 4 1707 (age - )

Williams, Mary - bur. 15 9 1848 (age - 44)

Williams, Mary - bur. 7 1 1939 (age - 48)

Williams, Roger - bur. 6 5 1689 (age - )

Williams, William - bur. 26 5 1712 (age - )

Williams, William infant - bur. 9 2 1724 (age - )

Winter, Jane - bur. 18 9 1860 (age - 80)

Young, Stephen (rector) - bur. 15 5 1677 (age - )

 

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Boulston

Is on the eastern banks of the Western Cleddau, just opposite Hook.

(Acc/to The old Parish Churches of South West Wales by Mike Slater.)

Despite being heavily restored in 1843 the 13c nave and chancel divided by a plain pointed arch now lie in ruins. They are hidden away in vegetation near the shore far from any road. The recesses in the chancel were for Wogan Family tombs. 

(South Wales - Wade 1913.)

Boulston, a small church 3miles SE of Haverfordwest on a tongue of land encircled by the Western Cleddau. It preserves within a niche and surmounted by a canopy a curious little figure which Fenton styles the  "Boy Bishop", but which is taken by some to represent an acolyte. There was formerly here a mansion of the Wogans.

(Acc/to Medieval Buildings - published by Preseli District Council.)

Great ruined mansion, massive and overgrown both inaccessible and difficult to interpret. The river gateways are still clearly defined whilst remains of stone mullions are visible on the highest section of wall remaining. Was once the home of the Wogan family one of Pembrokeshires most important until their downfall at the time of the Restoration and the ruins despite their astonishingly damp situation indicate that originally this was almost a small castle formed by two adjacent towers rather than a purely domestic structure - just upstream is the ruined Church.

1834: (Acc/to Topographical Dictionary of Wales S. Lewis.)

BOULSTON, otherwise BULSTON, a parish, in the union of Haverfordwest, hundred of Dungleddy, county of Pembroke, South Wales, 3 miles (SE. by S.) from Haverfordwest; containing 319 inhabitants. This parish was for many generations the residence of the ancient family of Wogan, by one of whom the church is supposed to have been built. It is pleasantly situated on the banks of the river Cleddau, and the surrounding scenery, which in some parts is richly wooded, is pleasingly and agreeably diversified. Culm abounds in the parish, but it has not been worked; and a vein of iron-ore has been discovered, but no preparations for procuring it have been made. The living is a donative; net income, 25; patron and impropriator, Robert Innes Ackland, Esq. The church is an ancient structure, ornamented on the outside, above the chancel window, with the arms of the Wogans, and containing several monuments, among them a very curious effigy. A bequest of 2 per annum to the poor, by James Beynon, in 1781, has been lost. There are several tumuli in the parish, one of which was opened by Mr. Fenton, in his tour through this county, and found to contain a rudely-formed kist, in which were some human bones half calcined, intermixed with pieces of charcoal. Some remains of the ancient mansion of the Wogans, on the bank of the river, are still preserved, as a picturesque ruin, in the beautiful grounds of an elegant mansion the seat of Mr. Ackland.

 

Boulston - (according to Mrs. Mary Mirehouse.)

Adam le Bull.  Wogan.  Ackland.

Boulston, or Bullston, from Adam le Bull, the Norman, now a ruin by the shores of Milford Haven, just where the two branches of the river Cleddau meet (called, in Camden's Britannia, Aberdaugleddau, from Gledheu, ancient British for a sword, the  "Water of the Two Swords"), was formerly a seat of the Wogans, a branch of the family established at Wiston. Great woods in those days spread around it, and tradition makes them the haunt of many wild beasts, and chiefly of one called in the old chronicles a basilisk, which slew by sight, and was in its turn slain if first seen. One of the Wogans had himself enclosed in a barrel, and carried into the woods; through a peep-hole in the barrel he saw and slew the monster (spoken of by one old writer as a cockatrice). On some of the old Wogan crests the barrel is still seen.

Colonel Ackland built the modern house; he was a great friend of Fentons; the old house has been in ruins over two hundred and fifty years. 

Boulston - (Pembrokeshire Parsons.)

This benefice was formerly a donative but is now a perpetual curacy. It was granted by Wizo the Fleming, who was the founder of Wiston Castle, Pems., and Walter his son and Walter son of Walter, to the Knights of St. John of Jerusalem at Slebech, a grant which was afterwards confirmed by Philip son of Wizo, Bishop Anselm, and other bishops of St. Davids. The grant included the church of Boleston with its chapel of Pike-ton [Picton], and the whole vill of Slebache with the church, mill, fishery, and lands, and all appurtenances, liberties, &c. - (Anselms Confirm. Chapter.)

Boulston Church continued in the appropriation of the Hospital of Slebech until that House was dissolved at the time of Henry VIII. It was at this date probably that the tithes of the parish got into lay hands. At all events, by 1594 the church had been purchased by Sir John Wogan. - (Owens Pem.)

Lewis Wogan, of Boulston, by his will dated 15 Aug., l701, and proved at Carmarthen on 29 Sept., 1702, bequeathed the tithes of Boulston parish to the minister of Boulston Church. According to Particulars of the Endowments of livings in the Diocese of St. Davids, by Mr. T. W. Barker, the income of this living appears to consist of the annual sum of 12 charged on the Boulston estate.

Under the heading "Not in Charge" - Boulston Cur. Praeceptory of Slebeche olim Impr. - (Bacon's Liber Regis.)

(Wogan Lewis 1701 Aug15 Boulston Vol. 1 Page 248.)

Ackland Major 1797-1809 Boulston    Annauls Antiquities - T. Nicholas   House rebuilt.

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Brawdy

South Wales by Wade 1913.

Brawdy, a small village in Pembrokeshire 7 miles E of St. Davids where there are some inscribed stones. The church preserves its sanctus bellcote, and in the chancel is a small lancet window. The font is Norman. Of the inscribed stones (which have been removed to the churchyard for preservation) one has Vendogni and another Maqui Quagte; whilst a third has Briaci fili. A mound called Poyntz castle will be found on the road to St. Davids. It was doubtless raised to support a small wooden fort.

Iron age fortified homestead c400BC.

Bronze age fertility stones.

Brawdy Church St. David.

(Royal Commission on Ancient Monuments Pembroke 1921 No 65.)

The church consists of a chancel, nave, south chapel or aisle, south porch western bell-cote, and a sanctus bell-cote between the nave and chancel. Two plain corbels for the rood-loft remain, as also the stairway. The chancel arch is plain pointed without mouldings.

(Acc/to Wales before 1066 by Donald Gregory.)

There is little sign of life in Brawdy except the aerodrome and a farm next to the Church whose churchyard is both circular and very large, and in summer much overgrown with brambles. In the porch are three memorial stones, two of which are horizontal and the other vertical. This vertical stone and the smaller of the horizontal ones have Latin inscriptions, while the other one has a message in Ogham. Two of these gravestones have holes in them suggesting that at some time in their long history they may have been used as gateposts. Inside the church there is a fourth memorial stone, with an incomplete inscription in Latin.

(Acc/to The Old Parish Churches of South West Wales by Mike Salter (1994).)

The nave walls with one crudely made south lancet without glass and the font are of c1200. A pointed arch opens into a chancel of c1300 inclined to the north. A similar arch gives onto a small 13C transept enlarged to the west in the early 15C when the Rice Chapel was added to the east of it. There is a fragment of an inscribed stone in the nave and in the porch are three old stones, two with Ogham inscriptions.

Restored in 1879 and 1901.

Norman font, holy wells - ogham stones - 5-600AD and there is a Roman inscribed stone (858241).

(Wales in the Eighteenth Century edited by Donald Moore p. 37.)

Pembrokeshire - small estate of the Jones of Brawdy which came to little more than 2,000 acres at the height of the families prosperity had been held by them since 1448 and was not sold until 1919 having been held by 17 successive generations of the same stock.

RAF training base, rescue helicopters and low flying. - closed 1994 and taken over as an army base same year.

1834: (Acc/to Topographical Dictionary of Wales - S. Lewis.)

BRAWDY, a parish, in the union of Haverfordwest, hundred of Dewisland, county of Pembroke, South Wales, 7 miles (E.) from St. Davids; containing 767 inhabitants. This parish is intersected by the turnpike-road from Haverfordwest to St. Davids, and, with the exception of a comparatively small portion, consisting of hills and moors, is enclosed, and in a good state of cultivation. The living is a discharged vicarage, with that of Hayscastle annexed, rated in the King's books at 3. 18. 9., and endowed with 200 royal bounty, and 1400 parliamentary grant; present net income, 115; patron, the Bishop of St. Davids. The impropriate tithes of Brawdy have been commuted for a rent-charge of 293. 15., and the vicarial tithes for a rent-charge of 70. The church is dedicated to St. David. There are places of worship for Presbyterians, Independents, and Calvinistic Methodists. It is related of the Rev. Mr. Wilcocks, the late respected vicar of the parish, that, prior to entering into holy orders, he paid two masters, during twelve years, out of his earnings by daily labour, to teach all the poor children of Brawdy and Hayscastle; and that the parishioners were so impressed with a sense of his meritorious conduct and love of learning, that he was ordained at their request. He latterly supported a school of forty-five boys and twenty girls. The schools now maintained in the parish are, a Church school; a British school, commenced in 1846, and supported by subscription; and three or four Sunday schools. On Brawdy farm is a rath, or British encampment, defended by a triple rampart.

The average annual expenditure for the support of the poor is 249. 3s.

(Acc/to Protestant Dissenters in Wales  1639 - 1689 by Geraint H Jenkins.)

A Brawdy husbandman appalled by the manner in which the Magistrates treated Peregrine Phillips, the Congregationalist minister, declared in 1684 that "he cared not a turd for any Justice of the peace" - in Pembrokeshire the Owens of Orielton and the Perrots of Haroldston were warmly disposed towards Peregrine Phillips, ejected minister of Freysrop and Llangum.

Inventory of the Goods of the Bishop of St. Davids 1293 PRO  E154/1/48:

PREBENDA DE BREUDY (Brawdy-Breudeth, Pembs.)

There is at Castru poncii 1 stack worth 40s. At Brengwen 1 stack worth 53s.4d. At Breudy 1 stack worth #4. At Greneton l8 1 stack worth 53s. At vill Oweyn 1 stack worth 12s. At villam tankardy 1 stack worth z. At Castrur Hey is 1 stack worth 53s. 4d. At villam Reynder 1 stack worth 20s. Total 17.12.0.

Brawdy was a prebend and also a vicarage, but no record is known that gives the name of any holder, of the prebend. It seems certain, however, that there were such prebendaries, as Bishop Richard Carew, in his Statute dated 1259, by which he appropriated the prebend of Brawdy to the support of the Bishops table, distinctly mentions that the prebend was then vacant. According to Angla. Sacra vol. II., p.609, this prebend was made a knights fee by Geoffrey de Henelawe, who was elected Bishop of St. Davids in l204.

Browey Vicaria.Johannes Tomas, clericus, vicarius perpetuus ibidem ex collacione Episcopi Menevensis, habet in caseo melle et parvis oblacionibus communibus, annis iiijU. Inde pro procuraciunibus sol in visitacione ordinaria quolibet tercio anno xvjd. Et remanet dare 78s. 8d. Inde decima 7s. void. - (Valor Eccl.)

Under the heading Livings Diseharged: Brodey alias Brawdey alias Brawy V. (St. David) and Hayscastel (St. Mary). Prox. quolibet tertio anno 1S. 4d. Habet denim cas. mel., &c. Bishop of St. Davids, Impr. and Patr. Clear yearly value, 26. Kings Books, 3 18s 0d. - (Bacons Liber Regis.)

On 22 Mar., 1579, Richard Davies, Bishop of St. Davids, granted to Peregrine Davies and Richard Davies, both of the parish of Abergwilly, gents, and Richard Parry, of Llantharogge, Carms., gent, a lease of the manors or lordships of Brodye, Haynescastle and Clarnogher and Loughvain in the Hundred of Dewisland, and also the prebend of Brodye and the chapel of Hayscastle (except the vicars portion of the same parsonage or prebend) for the term of the lives of the said lessees, at the yearly rent of 22.

In Feb., 1622  Dorothy Owen, the widow of John  Owen, of Orielton, obtained a lease of (inter alia) the prebendal tithes of Brawdy and Hayscastle (the vicars portion excepted) for the lives of Arthur Owen and Anne Owen, the daughter of the lessee.

On 21 June, 1882, a piece of ground was added to the churchyard of Brawdy, and consecrated under the statute.

On 13 Dec 1883, the National Schoolroom was licensed for divine service during the restoration of the parish church, the faculty for the restoration being granted on 2 Jan., 1884.

NOTE. All the vicars, commencing with George Phillips, who was instituted on 8 Sept., 1711, also held Hayscastle.

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Bridell                     (OS 177421)

(South Wales by Wade 1913.)

Bridell a parish in Pembrokeshire 2 miles SW of Cilgerran. In the churchyard is preserved an Ogham Stone.

Tiny Church St. Davids - rebuilt 1886.

Ogham stone - 7ft high in churchyard - 5th C - NETTASAGRU MAQI MUCOI BRECI (Nettasagrus son of the descendant of Brecos).

The person buried here was a son of a kinsman of Brychan Brycheiniog, founder of Brecon; incised cross and circle believed added later. - (RCAM 1925.)

Church practically rebuilt 1886 on the old foundation.

(Acc/to The Old Parish Churches of South West Wales by Mike Salter (1994)).

Little apart from the west wall and font survived the restoration of 1886.  

(1834 - Topographical Dictionary of Wales - S. Lewis.)

BRIDELL (BRIDDELL), a parish, in the union of Cardigan, partly in the hundred of Kemmes, but principally in that of Knlgerran, county of Pembroke, South Wales, 2 miles (S.) from Cardigan; containing 404 inhabitants. This parish is situated on the road from Cardigan to Narberth, and is bounded on the north by the parish of Kilgerran, on the south by Llanvair-Nantyn, on the east by Manerdivy, and on the west by the parish of Llantyd. It comprises by admeasurement 3000 acres, of which 1000 are arable, 1850 pasture, 100 meadow, and 50 woodland. The surface is beautifully undulated, and ornamented in various parts with plantations of larch and fir, interspersed with oak, ash, and sycamore trees: there are some inconsiderable brooks, the principal being that called Pille, which bounds the parish. The soil is loamy with small patches of clay, and the lands are in some parts very well adapted to tillage. There are numerous stone-quarries, the produce of which is used by the farmers for buildings and fences; also a corn-mill, and a carding machine. The gentlemens seats are, Tygwyn, and Plbs-y-Briddell: most of the farmhouses are of modern erection. The living is a discharged rectory, rated in the King's books at 9, and in the patronage of the Freeholders of the parish: the tithes have been commuted for a rent-charge of 180. The church, dedicated to St. David, is a small ancient structure, beautifully situated, and embosomed among trees, whose luxuriant foliage almost conceals it from the view; it contains twelve or thirteen pews, with several benches for the poor. In the churchyard stands an ancient cross, of the kind called St. Catherines, supported on a plain shaft about nine feet high, but the inscription has been obliterated by time. There is a place of worship for dissenters, with a Sunday school held in it. John Jones, of Pantyderri, in 1729 left a sum of 20s. to the poor, but the bequest is unproductive.

Bridell  St. David  - (Pembrokeshire Parsons.)

This living is a rectory, the patrons of which are the freeholders of the parish.

Brydell.Ecclesia ibidem ex presentacione diversorum patronorum ibidem unde Griffinus Willm est rector valet communibus annis 9 Inde decima 18s.- (Valor Eccl.)

Under the heading of Livings discharged: Bre-dellorth alias Bridell alias Brydell R. (St. David). The freeholders of the Parish. Clear yearly value, 32. King's Books, 9. - (Bacon's Liber Regis.)

On 7 April, 1886, the Board Schoolroom was licensed for divine service during the restoration of the parish church the faculty for the restoration being issued on 2 May following. On 8 Aug., 1887, a piece of ground added to the churchyard was consecrated.

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Broadhaven         (OS 860135)

Near Haverfordwest, has a large sandy beach, one of the finest in Pembrokeshire. "The Haven", as it has always been known to Haverfordwest people became a fashionable resort early in the last century. The cliffs both to north and south of the main beach are of great interest to geologists, showing spectacular structures in the Coal Measures. There has been much recent housing development. The resort is well blessed with hostels, guest houses and caravan sites, and the new Youth Hostel and Pembrokeshire Countryside Unit are added attractions.

Bronze age stones (OS 862143). Iron age promontory fort (OS 860153).

Remains of collieries. Cliffs show coal measures.

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Burton Parish          (OS 985956)

(Acc/to South Pembrokeshire Place Names - P. Valentine Harris.)

c1188 Giraldus Cambrensis - Bertune Old English  Burgh tun - fortified dwelling place.

The name indicates that Burton was a "fortified settlement" and Burton Ferry a small port on the Daugleddau;  "Le Gift of God of Burton" sailed from here in 1566.

(Royal Commission on Ancient Monuments.)

Hanging Stone. Two miles from the church in the direction of Haverfordwest but reached by a side road is a cromlech in excellent preservation with a very massive capstone supported on three pillars.

A burial chamber, probably 3000-2000 BC. This cromlech stands in the field directly east of Westfield Cottage, and within a few yards of the western boundary of the parish of Burton. The hedge has been brought up to the site and covers a small portion of it. The cromlech is aligned north and south. The massive capstone, 10 feet 6 inches long, 9 feet broad, and 4 feet deep, is supported on three boulders of a height of between 5 and 6 feet. The lower surface of the capstone is fairly flat, but the upper side is roof-shaped. When visited by the Cambrian Arch. Association in 1864 (Arch. Camb., III, x, 346) there were visible "the remains of original small, dry masonry by which the gaps between the larger stones were carefully filled up." By 1872 the chamber had been cleared out, and only "a very small portion of the dry masonry remained" (ib, IV iii, 125). The hedge has gradually encroached upon this part of the structure. There is visible a portion of another large stone, which suggests that the original structure was a double cromlech. About 120 feet to the north is a stone 3 feet high which may have had some connection with the cromlech. Visited, 20th July, 1920.

Benton Avenue (Williamston).

In Arch. Camb. for 1870 (IV, i, 120, with plan) the late Sir Gardner Wilkinson, FRS., drew attention to what he described as "one of the largest and most important" stone avenues in the United Kingdom which he had examined and planned in the year 1862.

Doubt is thrown upon the authenticity of the alignment, it being stated that as when the members of Pembrokeshire association visited Benton , August, 1897, Mr. Davies, the tenant, informed. Edward Laws, that many years ago he and his father during the temporary absence of the late Sir John Scourfield, removed a portion of the alignment, but that when Sir John returned he almost cried with rage and made the Davieses restore the avenue; because his mother had made it. The avenue does not appear on early maps or in literature, and there can be little doubt that it is of modern construction.Visited, 20th July, 1920.

Hill Forts.

On the field close by Hearson (Hill) Mountain Methodist chapel is a circular earthwork which is not marked on the 6 inch Ordnance sheet. The surrounding bank of earth and the corresponding exterior ditch have disappeared in places, but sufficient remains to show that the enclosed area had a diameter of about 190 feet. To the south-east the bank is from 4 feet to 6 feet high, and the counterscarp of the ditch has a rise of about 4 feet. The entrance was probably on the west side,

Church.

The church, parts of which are Early English has an uncommon altar tomb (17C) in the centre of the chancel belonging to a member of the Wogan family. The slab bears a cross raguli with two shields; whilst other shields decorate the sides. Note the initials R. W., and the "canting" device of a windmill and a tun (the Wogans being the lords of Milton). In the S chapel there are 6 lancet windows of unusual narrowness.

The church consists of chancel, nave, south aisle to chancel named St. Andrews chapel, north transept, south transept chapel, north aisle, west tower, and south porch. Across the east end of the nave was a rood-loft which probably carried across that part of the original west wall of St. Andrews church which had been taken into the new building. Externally this eastern nave wall was crowned with a sanctus bell-cote, the transepts are both plain vaulted. The small transepts are 14C additions to a 13C nave and chancel. The west tower and probably also the porch are 15C or 16C. The north aisle is Victorian and the chapel of St. Andrew on the south side has been rebuilt. In the nave is a tomb of c1520 of one of the Wogans of Milton and Boulston. There is no effigy. The chancel has a piscina, a recess, and a squint from the south transept. The font probably dates from the early church but has been considerably altered.

Fonts.

Early fonts did not have covers but in 1236 the archbishop of Canterbury ordered fonts to be covered and locked so that superstitious people could not steal the holy water.

Pulpits

Prior to 1603 there may well have not been a pulpit in a church. It was then that it was ordered that pulpits be placed in all churches. Previously a sermon would either have been preached outside probably at the preaching cross or from the altar, later from the chancel steps. The early pulpits were moveable so the preacher could have it moved to the least draughty part of the church.

There were originally 3 preaching crosses in the parish.

Burton - (Pembrokeshire Parsons.)

Burton Rectory has been in lay hands from the date of the earliest known presentation. This church was assessed in 1291 at 8, the tenths payable to the King being 16s. - (Taxatio.)

In 1594 the patronage was an appendage to the manor of Burton. - (Owens Pem.)

Burton.Ecclesia ibidem ex collacione regia unde David Williams, clericus, exist rector habens rectonam glebam et terras domnicales. Et valet dicta rectoria cotnmunibus annis xvj tam le terris dorinicalibus quam fructibus. Inde sol in visitacione ordillaria quoli-bet anno tercio Xvjd. Et in visitacione archidiaconi quolibet anno pro si no dal ib us et procur ac iorl ibuD sS ixd . Et remanet clare 15 12s. 11d. Inde decima 31s  3 1/2d. - (Valor Eccl.)

Under the heading "Livings remaining in Charge":- Burton R. Ordinario quolibet tertio anno 1s 4d Archidiac quolibet anno 5s. 9d. The King, 1535; John Campbell, Esq., two turns. Sir Hugh Owen ane. John Campbell, Esq., 1765. 8, Sir William Owen, Bart., 1779 - King's Books, 15 12s. 1d. Yearly tenths, 1 11s- 3d. - (Bacon's Liber Regis.)

On 25 April, 1865, the schoolroom at Houghton was licensed for divine service.

Church Registers from 1689 to 1699 and from 1716 onwards - Held in the NLW.

The Rectory, prior to 1905, when it was completely remodelled, this house possessed several features of interest, including "a fine vaulted room used as a dairy" which were then destroyed. What was described by the rector as "a concrete floor about two feet thick, and forming the floor of one room and passage between the house and the stables, which were joined at the time, was then discovered. The floor was composed of very hard cement, beneath which was earth and then large stones plastered together and arched. This has been removed and the stables separated from the house by a wide passage." - Visited, 20th July 1920.

Baptism well for total immersion near the Church.

This was originally the site of a destroyed Holy well.

1592 July 14. Haverfordwest.

GEORGE OWEN, ALBANE STEPNETH AND JOHN AP REES TO ROBERT VAGHAN, JOHN GARNONS AND OWEN PHILIPPES OF PENBEDO, GENTLE-MEN, THOMAS AP RICHARD, CLERK, PARSON OF PENBEDO, JEVAN DAVID, CLERK, PARSON OF BRIDELL, AND GEORGE OWEN, CLERK, PARSON OF WHITECHURCHE. Whereas we have received letters from the lords and others of Her Majestys most honourable privy council to us and others directed whereby we are willed and required to inform ourselves of all places within this county of Pembrooke where in times past there have been pilgrimages, images or offerings whereunto (as their lordships are informed) divers sorts of people do use to repair as well in the night season as other times of the day, and that in great numbers, and that we should cause those idolatrous and superstitious monuments to be pulled down, broken and quite defaced, so as there be no monument, token or memory remaining of the same, and likewise to take order that thereafter there be no such unlawful resort to these superstitious places, but to appoint some discreet and well affected persons to have an eye and regard to those that, notwithstanding this inhibition, shall repair to those places and to see them apprehended and brought before us to be severally punished for their disobedience and lewd behaviour.

(Bronwydd MS. 3 f.85.)

There is site of another holy well called Bishop's Well. This was in a field near Houghton School and there is reference to another one but no traces exist.

Causeway Meadow: There is also a field North east of Houghton which had the name Causeway Meadow. This name is recorded in the early 1800 and would have been a traditional name then but there is now no evidence visible of a causeway and the trouble is that if the location is identified then a "pirate" metal detector could go over the site and disturb it doing countless damage to the site from an archaeological point of view.

Noncomformist Churches.

Baptists:

Galilee Chapel built 1831 in the part of Langum which is in the Burton Parish. It was a branch of Sardis Chapel Burton and had in 1840 about 40 members although the return for 1851 would suggest that the average attendance was 280. The records for 1820 to 1836 are held in the Public Records Office London. In Roberts details of the founding of this church he describes the houses of the area as being little cottages some squatty in appearance clean and homely with earthen floors and thatched roofs.

Sardis: This was begun in 1816 at Hook Quay by a Home Missionary called J H Thomas. The chapel was built in 1822 near Southland Burton and had 50 members in 1840. J H Thomas was the minister from 1816 till 1829. In 1837 it joined with Horeb Johnston Parish. In 1851 the return was signed by Henry James Morgan as Minister of Front St. Pembroke Dock, services were held alternately mornings one week afternoons the next and it was recorded that the congregation was a very scattered one and attendances depended on the weather.

Calvinistic Methodists:

This cause began in about 1850 at a home near Burton Village and formed into a church in 1865. According to the census of 1851 services were held in the Burton School Room with an average congregation of 45 and the Minister was John Davies of Mead Lodge Pembroke. The chapel was built in 1884 as a branch of Gershom Pembroke Dock and later had connections with Neyland.

Wesleyan Methodists: John Wesley preached in the area several times and a cause was formed about 1810 with the chapel at Hearson Mountain (Hill Mountain) being erected in 1815. It was part of the Haverfordwest circuit and the records of this chapel are held in the Pembrokeshire Records Office as part of the Haverfordwest and Milford Circuit records. In 1850 it had 50 members and the Deacon was William Esmond.

Rhoos Ferry.

The first record of this which is the north landing point of the Pembroke Ferry was in the charter of Pembroke granted to Pembroke by Henry II in 1154 - This charter is believed to have been a repeat of the charter granted by Henry I in 1100.

The ferry was worth over 26 per year to the Earl of Pembroke in 1330 and operated from Pembroke Ferry to Burton until the early 1890s.

The horse ferry had been used by John Wesley when journeying between Haverfordwest and Pembroke. On 2nd August 1771 after riding from Haverfordwest, in his Journal he writes I preached at Houghton to a lovely congregation of plain artless people. On 21st August 1772 after riding from Haverfordwest he notes, the water men were in no haste to fetch us over so I sat on a convenient stone and finished the little tract that I had in hand. It is said that the stone still exists at the Jolly Sailor. On 19th July 1777 he again preached at Houghton, on his journey between Haverfordwest and Pembroke. In 1781 there were four members of the Wesleyan fraternity at Houghton.

Main Road.

The Main road to Haverfordwest from Pembroke would have probably been poor before the Highways Act of 1555 the responsibility for road maintenance lay with the lord of the manor who cast this obligation on his tenants. After 1655 and until 1835 the maintenance of the roads became the responsibility of each parish and was carried out under the direction of the surveyor appointed annually (with the overseers and constable) at the vestry meeting. The duty was compulsory on all able-bodied men who were required to work for six days a year on road repairs or to provide team labour for the same period. The road must be 9 feet wide. It was not until 1925 that the road from Burton to Haverfordwest was tarmac.

In 1788 due to the importance of the road a number of prominent landowners made application for a turnpike trust to be created giving the trustees power to levy tolls on users of the highway, the proceeds being applied to maintenance, under the supervision of a surveyor appointed by them although the right to call upon parishioners to give six days labour or provide six days team labour still existed. One of the toll houses was opposite the Stable Bar. This was destroyed on 3rd August 1843 by the Rebecca rioters and was rebuilt during 1844.

BENTON CASTLE.

On a steep cliff above the western banks of the Cleddau. A small medieval castle which has been ruinous and deserted for many centuries. Little of its history is known. Like many such buildings it had its ghost as shown by the letter written on 22 December 1693 from Nicholas Roberts of St. Davids to Edward Llwyd - Benton Castle, formerly said to be haunted, upon which account seldom visited, where they say the Devil would often appear in the shape of a black mastiff dog, and sometimes lie by the fire, but mostly in a vault or cellar, to guard some hidden treasure there.

Description 1913: Within an earthwork is a cylindrical tower, divided into floors, reached by ladders from the outside; and to this is attached part of a curtain wall which originally surrounded a court.

The author, R. M. Lockley in Pembrokeshire 1977, p. 121, informs us that the castle was uninhabited from the time of its reduction by Cromwell until about 1930 when its reconstruction was undertaken by a genial hermit Ernest Pegge, who with his own hands lovingly rebuilt it, using the rock tumbled from its walls by time and Cromwellian cannons, and oak beams from the shipbreakers yards at Milford Haven. Many a happy hour have I spent with Ernest Pegge, a surprising but sane man and contented as he worked in and about his castle in the lovely wooded estuary. He placed his own mark in concrete over the entrance to the renovated castle.

After World War II it was the home of the late Colonel J. A. Sulivan, High Sheriff of Dyfed in 1974.

Ashdale.

DUMPLEDALE. Burton.

An ancient mansion, renamed Ashdale in the period 1845-50 by the then owner-occupier George Lort Phillips, later of Lawrenny. The property is at the northern end of the parish, about half a mile from Langwm on the Eastern Cleddau. From the reign of Henry VII it was the home of the Jordan family, who also settled at Jordanston (in Llanstadwell), Honeyborough, Hayston, Neeston, Barretts Hill, Berllan (in Cemaes), Haverfordwest.

John Jordan of Dumpledale was assessed at four hearths in 1670. The family arms were; Ardent a chevron between 3 greyhounds courant gales. The last of the male line at Dumpledale was the Revd. John Jordan M.A. Jesus College, Oxon.). JP, who died without issue on 27 April 1808, aged 59. Later in the 19th century Dumpledale was sold to George Lort Phillips, who made alterations to the house, described in 1840 by Lewis (TDW) as a handsome modern mansion. A commodious house in 1670, it was then assessed for four hearths. It changed hands several times after the Lort-Phillips occupation and was bought in 1973 by Mr. William Lees of Haverfordwest who repaired and improved the house. A Sale Catalogue of 1983 describes Ashdale as of two storeys with range of five windows, and an attic storey with three (modern) dormer windows, six bedrooms, three reception rooms and kitchen. The present courtyard at the rear was formerly part of the domestic quarters, and was once a north wing which accommodated the principal rooms. Today called Ashdale, but the old name is perpetuated in the name of an adjoining farm, Little Dumple Dale.

MILTON.

Formerly a residence, one and a quarter miles north-west of the parish church; it is now a farm. The earliest known family there was that of Wogan. Richard Wogan of Milton married Maud Philipps of Picton Castle. He died without issue, and his widow then married Morgan Jones (who was of Milton) when he was High Sheriff in 1547. Morgan predeceased Maud and was followed at  Milton by his son William Jones, gent.

William died in 1577, and his will mentions his brother Thomas Jones of Harmeston, his son Henry Jones, a minor, and his mother Mrs. Maud Philipps Wogan, gentlewoman, who proved the will. Little else is known of Milton, and it was let to farmers. The owner in 1786 was David Hughes Esq. (of Harmeston), and Richard Fields as tenant.

WILLIAMSTON: Home of the Bowen and Scourfield families. Fenton described it as an old baronial residence and it was certainly at one time an Elizabethan manor house. He goes on Williamston, where for many years a family of the name of Bowen, an offset from the family tree at Upton, flourished, but which is now the residence of the Revd. Dr. John Philipps. This house I conceive to have sprung up in consequence of Benton Castle being abandoned as a habitation from the thorough change in the state of the country and the modes of life. The land at its back, between it and the haven, was in Queen Elizabeths time noted as a park having deer, an addition it still retains, together with a very parkish appearance. There are, in fact, two houses joined together.

John Bowen was assessed at four hearths in 1670. William Bowen was High Sheriff in 1761. Other owners who served in this office were John Henry Philipps (1833) and Sir Owen Scourfield (1881). Colonel Owen Philipps of Williamston (Pembrokeshire Militia) inherited Williamston through his wife Janet, daughter of Thomas Bowen. He married Anne Elizabeth daughter of Henry Scourfield of Moat. Their son, John (b. 1808), assumed the name of Scourfield and inherited the property. He was created a baronet by Disraeli in 1876 and married Augusta Lort Phillips of Lawrenny Park. A prominent Tory politician, he in later life became a recluse who imagined himself to be a pauper. His son, Sir Owen, 2nd Baronet died without issue and the title became extinct. Sir Owen, by all accounts, was also something of an eccentric. He was over generous to the poor and whenever he visited Haverfordwest handed out coins galore to the populace. He had a passion for steam trains. A few years ago this handsome mansion was bought by Mr. Richard Fairclough, a trained Nurse and psychologist. He converted the house into a nursing home but put it up for sale in 1989.

The Cleddau Bridge.

Begun in 1968 was not completed until seven years later. A section of the box girder construction collapsed in 1970 and work was suspended into the type of construction.

The bodies of several young sailors wrapped in their hammocks were discovered buried in the mud near the site of the Cleddeau bridge. It is thought they were victims of bubonic plague and could have been buried secretly to avoid the ship being quarantined. One had a coin of 1650 on him - is it a coincidence that Haverfordwest was visited by the bubonic plague in 1651 as was Llanstadwell.

1671 value of the living of Burton 50 according to a History of Rosemarket Church by Geoffrey Nicolle.

(Acc/to Lewis - Topographical Dictionary of Wales).

BURTON, a parish in the hundred of Rhos, county of Pembroke, South Wales, 3 miles (N.) from Pembroke, on the road from that town to Haverfordwest to Burton Ferry, containing 694 inhabitants.

This Parish is situated on Milford Haven, and abounds with scenery in every part interesting and occasionally picturesque. Among the most interesting objects in the vicinity are the remains of Benton castle, on the western shore of the haven, probably erected by some of the Normans, as a border fortress for the protection of the territory which they had acquired on this part of the coast. It does not appear to have been originally of very great extent; and the present ruins, which, from their situation on the margin of an estuary of Milford haven, haven a truly picturesque appearance, consist principally of a lofty round tower, which, rising above the thriving Plantations in the vicinity, forms a conspicuous feature in the landscape.

The living is a rectory, in the archdeaconry and diocese of St. David's, rated in the King's books at 15. 12. 11., and in the patronage of Earl Cawdor for two turns, and Sir John Owen, Bart., for one; Earl Cawdor presented at the last vacancy, and has also the next presentation.

A handsome and commodious parsonage-house was erected by the Rev. D. Bird Allen, the late incumbent. There are two places of worship for Baptists, and one for Wesleyian Methodists. Some trifling benefactions have been made for distribution among the poor, of which the principal is a rent-charge of 3, bequeathed by Mr. Morgan Owen, in 1776, which is annually divided among six poor men and women, in portions of ten shillings each. Burton Ferry, which is also called Pembroke Ferry, is held under the crown. The average annual expenditure for the support of the poor is 10. 1s.

Education 1847 Roose Hundred.

This district lies on the western side of the county between Dewisland hundred to the north, and Castlemartin (from which it is separated by Milford Haven) on the south. Its western boundary may be roughly taken as the road from Fishguard to Haverfordwest. Of the 97 parishes, or parts of parishes, included in it, with a population of 14,777, five only, with a population of 991, are utterly without a day-school. Yet most of the schools in it are of an utterly inefficient character, and large portions of it here and there are very destitute. Between Haverfordwest and Burton there is no school worth mentioning, except that supported by J. H. Philipps, Esq., at Williamston, quite down at the south. Yet the upper part of this quarter comprises a considerable mining population. Some of the cottages about Freystrop were the worst and dirtiest that I saw in Wales. In more than one, pigs and poultry were going in and out. A large school is much wanted here, another in Llanstadwell parish, another somewhere about Hasguard.

Parish of Burton. - of the three principal proprietors in this parish, one is resident, J. H. Philipps, Esq., of Williamston, who has built, and for the most part maintains at his own expense, the school reported.

Of the schools in this parish, the Church Sunday school, and the branch Sunday School from Gershom, are held in Burton village.

Burton National School: - I visited this school on the 9th of January, in company with the promoter. He receives in subscriptions and school-pence 24.17s. 9d. per annum; the rest of the expenses (26 18s ld.) he pays himself. The schoolhouse is a substantial and handsome building recently erected, and in perfect repair. The schoolroom is adequately furnished with cards, maps, boards, and a gallery. It is well lighted and ventilated. The apparatus comprised a large map of England and Wales, maps of the British Isles blank and filled, a map illustrating geographical definitions, three maps of Palestine, the travels of St. Paul, and a table of chronology, besides cards for reading and spelling, and texts of Scripture on the walls. A mistress attends daily to teach the girls sewing, and receives 6. 6s. per annum for her services. I saw the master, who appeared intelligent; but the scholars were at home for their Christmas holidays at the time of my visit. So far as I could judge the school seemed to be made really efficient; and it was commonly spoken of as one of the best schools in the country.

Galilee Chapel Sunday school: This Sunday-school belongs to the Baptists, and is held in their chapel, on Sunday mornings and afternoons, alternately. I was informed by the superintendent that the attendance is much less these last months than it was some time ago. The scholars are all under fifteen years of age, except one. I found four elementary and three Scripture classes present. The elementary classes are taught principally by the individual mode, and the Scripture classes collectively. The Bible class read the 37th chapter of Isaiah tolerably well; the class consisted of seven lads, varying in age from ten to fourteen. They could answer hardly any questions.

Another class of boys from seven to nine years of age read a part of the 6th chapter of St. John fairly. To questions proposed by the superintendent they said, Jesus Christ is the Son of God; he is the Son of Man too; he was born in Bethlehem, in a stable; no room for him in the inn; the Virgin Mary was his mother, Joseph the carpenter his reputed father; he was laid in the manger. A class of females from seven to eleven years old read the 16th chapter of St. Luke, but they could answer no questions from the chapter read. The superintendent desired the books to be taken up, and, to questions put (by him) to the whole school, it was said that John the Baptist was the son of Zachariah, and (by me) was born six months before Christ; (by the superintendent) was his forerunner; came to prepare the way before him. Jesus Christ was born of the Virgin Mary; she was a descendant of King David. A star appeared in the heavens when he was born, (by me) directing the wise men from the East to the place where he was; an angel from heaven also told about his birth to the shepherds. Jesus Christ preached the gospel; healed the man with the palsy; opened the eyes of the blind; raised Lazarus and the son or the widow of Nain from the dead; he was betrayed by Judas; was crucified by the Jews; is the only Saviour. A verse was sung, and the school was concluded with prayer by a member of the Church of England, who came into school while the superintendent was proposing the general questions.

Population.

1563 - 36 households

1670 - 65 Hearth Tax Payers

1801 - 104 families, population was 457

1821 - 641

1851 - 979

1861 - 1,029

1901 - 1,037

1931 - 824 - there was a boundary change after this.

Misc.

1690s Thomas Bowen of Burton refused to take the oath of allegiance to William of Orange.

1767 Jan 12 a spinster from Burton was alleged to have murdered her illegitimate child.

1801 Dr. John Phillips was incumbent of Burton - he lived at Williamston and was chairman of the Pembrokeshire quarter sessions - he grew turnips but complained that over 50 worth of turnips had been stolen from his fields and sold at Milford at three for a penny. [If my maths serves me correctly that is over 36,000 turnips!!!]

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