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Saundersfoot, Scotsborough House, Slebech, Solva, Spittal, St Brides, St Daniels (Pembroke), St Davids, St Dogmaels, St Dogwells, St Edrins, St Elvis, St Florence, St Govans (Chapel), St Ishmaels, St Justinians, St Lawrence, St Nicholas, St Nons, St Petrox, St Twynnels, Stackpole, Steynton.

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Saundersfoot   (133058)            (135045)          (Jottings)

Now given over almost entirely to the holiday industry, this is an attractive village which has seen much recent growth. Nowadays the glorious sandy beach and the safe bathing and sailing waters of the bay are the main attractions, but Saundersfoot first came to prominence as a coal exporting port. Mining seems to have begun in the late 13c as the Earl of Pembroke was paid an annual fee for the sea coal mine at that time. This would probably have been a bell pit although seams of coal can be seen running along the beach cliffs. The inland coalmines were connected to the harbour by railway lines that ran through the village, and from 1829 onwards there were sailing vessels (and later on, steam vessels) coming in on every tide. They departed with holds full of top quality anthracite and also pig iron from the Stepaside iron works. Around 1864 up to 4000 tons of pig iron from the Stepaside works were exported annually through the port. Coal shipments ceased at the onset of the Second World War, and since that time the harbour has gradually been given over to use by pleasure craft. Traces of the areas industrial past are now difficult to find, but some of the old buildings of the old iron works can still be seen at Stepaside, and there are still a few traces of the Bonville's Court and other collieries. The tunnels which connect Saundersfoot, Coppet Hall and Wisemans Bridge are the old tunnels used by the railway to Stepaside and Kilgetty. The most attractive buildings in the area today are the parish church of Haroldston St Issels, in a lovely sylvan setting not far from Coppet Hall, and the imposing Hean Castle on the hill to the north of Saundersfoot.

In 1857 George Burrows stayed at the Hean Castle Hotel then called the Picton Castle Inn and described it as - a small straggling place on the bottom and declivity of a hill there is a pier, coal works and a tramway – according to Fenton 1810 there was "some small remains of a baronial residence" site swallowed up by the tip of Bonville's Court Colliery. This was the Norman Castle dating from the 12c. The Norman family de Bonville were in the train of the original Norman invaders and held their land from the Earls of Pembroke but all trace of them has been lost.

Kilner in 1891 described it as a "busy little port trading in the shipment of coal".

In August 1943 the beaches were used for D-Day rehearsals. (Four Welsh Counties Kilner).

Hean Castle is nearby.

Church of Haroldston St Issels is not far from Coppet Hall. 13c renovated in 1864 and in 20c with a richly carved Norman font.

Acc/to Old Parish Churches – Salter.

ST ISSELLS.

Most of the church has been rebuilt but the four bay north arcade and the chancel arch are 14th century, the tower is 16th century and there is a late Norman font.

This church, which in the statute of Bishop Reginald de Brian is called St. Ursini, belonged to the abbot of Seys in Normandy, who granted it and the church of Jeffreyston to the canons of St. David's Cathedral, subject to the payment of 2s. by each of the two churches to the prior of Pembroke. - Stat. Menev. See Vol. II., p.209.

Bishop Henry Gower in Aug., 1339, consolidated the two churches and ordained that a perpetual vicar should be appointed by the chapter to the church of St. Issells, and that the church of Jeffreyston should be served by a chaplain.

Considerable difficulty has been experienced in distinguishing between entries relating to the churches of St. Ishmaels and Issells in Pembrokeshire, and St. Ishmaels in Carmarthenshire.

Under the heading of Deanery of Pembroke the Valor Eccl. gives the following entry - Vicaria Sancti Ismaelis. - Viearia ibidem ex eollacione Magistri Novi Collegii junta Meneven unde Henricus Stiffvowe clericus est inde vicarius habens ibidem mansionem. St valent fructus hujus vicarie per annum iiijU. Inde sol in visit-acione arch ri pro procuracionibus et sinodalibus quo-libet anno id vjd. LEt remanet dare £3 17s. 6d. Inde decima 7s. 8d. From this it would appear that the master of St. Mary’s College, St. David’s, was the patron of St. Issell’s, but this seems incredible in view of the fact that in 1339 the patronage was vested in the canons of St. David’s Cathedral and was still in their hands in 1564. The extract given above apparently relates to St. Issell’s, but the ascription of the patronage to the college is erroneous, and the mistake probably arose from confusing St. Issell’s with St. Ishmael’s in Carmarthenshire, which latter church was annexed by Bishop Adams Houghton to the college in question.

Bacon’s Liber Regis has apparently followed the Valor Eccl., as we seen by the following extract:

p98 Pembrokeshire Parsons.

Under the heading “Livings Discharged”:- St. Ishmael’s alias St. Issell’s V. Archidiac. quolibet anno, 2s. 6d. Col. near St. Davids olim Patr.; Chanter and Chapter of St. Davids, Patr. and Impr. Clear yearly value £12. King's Books, £3 17s. 6d – Bacon’s Liber Regis.

Described as Ecclesia de Sancto Ussello, in 1291 - Taxatio.

According to a survey made in 1649 the living had a glebe, house, barn, yard, small garden, and 3a. 1r. of arable land, with the endowment of the tithes of hay, wool, lambs, cheese, pigs, etc., and was estimated to be worth £12 per annum.

St Issell’s Church was restored in 1864. - Arch. Camb.

In 1490 the tithes of St. Issell’s were apparently let with those of Jeffreyston to David Wogan.

Soon after the Reformation the tithes of St. Issell’s were leased to William Philipps of Picton, Esq. This lease terminated about the year 1560, when they were let for 30 years to Matthew Bishop of Portclew [Pembroke] yeoman, at the yearly rent of £12 6s. 8d. In July, 1617, a lease of the tithes was granted to Philip King at the rent of £12 6s. 8d., for the lives of Henry King, arch-deacon of Colchester (eldest son of John King, bishop of London), and Dorothy, the daughter of the said John King. In 1663 the tithes were leased to John King (eldest son and heir apparent of Henry King, bishop of Chichester) for the lives of the said John King, Henry King (brother of the said John King, and second son of the said Henry, bishop of Chichester, and one of the gentlemen of the King’s Privy Chamber), and Mary King (eldest daughter of the said Bishop Henry King), at the yearly rent of £12 6s. 8d. In 1690 Isaac Houblon of London and Mary Windham of London, widow, were granted a lease of the tithes for the lives of Mary Windham (formerly Mary King), Henry Houblon (son of Isaac Houblon), and Dorothy Herbert (daughter of Mary Windham by her first husband, Richard Herbert), at the same rent as under the previous lease. In 1720 a lease of the tithes for 21 years was obtained by Nathaniel Morgan Schapter clerk at the same rent, and in 1741 John Philips of Kilgetty, Pems, Esq., paid a fine of £150 for a lease for 21 years at the rent of £12 6s. 8d. The last leaseholder for lives was Lord Milford, whose lease expired in 1815. He declined to renew it and subsequently the tithes of the church were let annually for some years.

In 1814 the tithes were valued at £156 10s, but no tenant could be found to rent them at that figure. - Collectanea Meneversia.

Extract from Old Pembrokeshire families in the Ancient County Palatine of Pembroke from in part the Floyd MSS by Henry Owen DCL Oxon FSA (High Sheriff of Pembrokeshire)1902.

-There is preserved the record of a long and interesting suit relating to lands in St. Ussyls (St. Issels)  which contains much local family history.

- Stephen Baret was charged with the sum of 50s, yearly from 1359 as farm rent for the custody of a messuage and lands at St. Issel granted to him on the death of David Vaughan, whose heir was under age, as was also (John) the heir of Laurence Hasting, Earl of Pembroke. We have scattered notices of the Barets, who seem to have been originally burgesses of Carmarthen, and held of Guy de Brian in the lordship of Laugharne. Lewys Dwnn gives three pedigrees of branches of the family at Pendine (afterwards at Tenby), Philbeach and Gelliswick, Adam Baret, John the son of John Baret, and Henry the son of Thomas Baret, have been mentioned in the de la Roche paper. In 1348 David Baret was chancellor of St. Davids; in 1376 Adam Baret was a juror at Haverford, in 1378 John Baret at Pembroke, and in 1430 David Baret at Haverford, but what kin any of them were to our Stephen there is nothing to show. The Vaughans had been settled in the district for some years. Robert Vaughan was on a jury at Pembroke in 1302, when all the jurors were persons of good standing. In 1324 and 1348 a John Vaughan held one-tenth of a fee at La Torre (Tarr), and in coparcency with John Emebald and William son of Nicholas de Barri, five bovates of land at Lanteg (Lanteague). John had a son David who died about 1350, holding the manor of St. Issel’s for half a knights fee and a rent of 16s. 8d.; his heir was Walter, who held St. Issel’s and died in 1361 leaving a daughter, Nesta, who died aged four years in 1364, when the property passed to David Portan or Portcan, who was the son of Isabella the daughter of David Vaughan. Stephen Baret sought to be released from the payment charged, and obtained a writ, dated lst October 1378, directing the barons of the Exchequer to do right under the circumstances set forth by an inquisition taken at Hereford (Haverford) on the 1st September then last, which shows the descent of the lands to David Portan, and further states that the lands for which Baret had been charged had been held by John the son of Andrew Wiseman since the death of Nesta. The Wisemans were probably brought to the county from Scotland by Aymer de Valence. They gave their name to Wiseman’s Bridge over the stream which divides St.Issel’s from Amroth. This Andrew held at the death of Earl Aymer half a knights fee at Coytrath (Coedrath); his son John was born about 1336. There are a few later notices of the family; in 1383 John Wiseman (who in 1378 was one of the sureties given by John Harold for the custody of Stephen Perrot), and in 1392 Thomas Wiseman, were jurors at Pembroke; in 1400 John Wiseman was one of the commissioners appointed to enquire into the Kings debts at Pembroke.

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Scotsborough House    (Jottings)

The residence early in the 17c of Rhys ap Thomas whose monument is in Tenby Church. Previously a Perrot family home.

Edward Lluyd stayed there and in a letter dated 28th Feb 1697 records that he - discovered may undescribed zoophyts by dredging here, and many new sorts of figured fossils, among which a figure of a flat fish represents one of the greatest rarities hitherto observed by the curious (this was in the St Florence Valley which was at that time tidal could the “flat fish” have been a Trilobite)?

The house was sold by the ap Rhys family early in the 18c.

Introducing West Wales Maxwell Frazer 1956.

Acc/to Medieval Buildings - published by Preseli District Council - Near Tenby Ruins of Scotsborough - Late medieval mansion of some substance - once a Perrot family home 16c. It is interesting that the Royal Commissioners wrote in 1915 – “of this 16c house hardly one stone remains above another”. One suspects they did not walk the full distance up the path to the ruined house.

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Slebech           (Jottings)                 033140

Most of Slebech parish is taken up with the Picton and Slebech estates. In the 12th century there was a Commandery of the Knights of St. John here, with the rights of sanctuary for criminals and refugees; that ruined chapel stands beside the 18th century Slebech Hall, and a service is held here once a year on the first Sunday in June. The new Slebech Church which stands alongside the A40, dates from1844 and is now closed and sold. It was peculiar in that it was not built in the normal east-west configuration.

This benefice was one of the churches granted by Wizo the Fleming, Lord of Wiston, Walter his son, and Walter the son of Walter, to the Knights Hospitallers of St. John of Jerusalem, under whom the church at Slebech was served by a curate. On the dissolution of the monastic establishments the advowson with the other possessions of the Slebech Commandery came into the hands of the Crown, and in 1546 was purchased by Roger Barlow, whose descendants resided at Slebech.

The church of Slebech was endowed by George Barlow (the grandson of Roger Barlow, who acquired the advowson from the Crown) with a house and land, and tithes of the parish of Slebech, etc.

In the list of churches appropriated to the preceptory of Slebech appears this entry in the Eccl.:- Ecclesia de Slebeche per annum cx.

Under the heading  “Not in Charge”: Slebech Cur. (St John Baptist). Preceptory of Slebeche olim Impr.; William Knox, Esq. £5 certified value. – Bacon’s Liber Regis.

Still to be seen:

Only the main walls are left. According to the churchwardens  accounts (which commence with the year 1706) show that from the year 1757 constant repairs were required by the church. In 1747 a payment was made for tiling the church, but whether this refers to the floor or the roof is uncertain; it may be mentioned, however, that there are tiles on a portion of the floor of the church at the present time. The accounts indicate that the church was steadily decaying, as in 1762 no fewer than 3000 slates were purchased at 7s. 6d. per thousand, and 3000 more slates at 7s. per thousand were bought in 1763, while on 8 Mar., 1764, Lewis Harry was paid for 4+ days work at 1s. 2d. per day, for repairing several small breaches broken on the roof of the church by storms at different times in February. 

It would appear that in 1766 the ceiling, or a portion of it fell down. The accounts show that 8000 slates at 7s. per thousand, 1000 ft. of deal at 1s. per ft., 40 bundles of laths at 1s. 4d. per bundle, 180 bushels of lime at 1s. per bushel, and 8 lbs. of lath nails at 2s. 6d. per lb., were bought for repairs, while among other disbursements to workmen, Onven, the boatmate, received 4s. for the job of stripping the church. From this period down till the year 1804 there was frequent expenditure on the maintenance of the church and in the last mentioned year 8000 slates, at 11s. 6d. per thousand, were purchased. In 1804 John Harries received £5 10s. 3d. for tiling the church at 7d per yard, the area repaired by him being 169 yards. From 1804 down till 1812 (the latest year covered by the accounts) little appears to have been spent on the up-keep of the church, but in the last mentioned year a new wheel for the bell was obtained from Morris Owen at the cost of £1 1s and £1 15s. was laid out in acquiring a chest to hold the parish records.

Many interesting entries are contained in these accounts. One of these is the payment in 1706 of 1s. for a “locke to ye stocked” which indicates that this form of punishment was still in vogue in the parish at that time. Another is the payment of 2s in 1709 to John Howell “for a foxe” a payment which suggests that foxes were more plentiful in that district than at the present day.

The three perpetual curacies of Slebech, Minwear, and Newton were united under an Order in Council dated 4 Mar., 1844. In c1840 the original church was unroofed and the 15th century effigies of Sir John Wogan and his wife were removed to a new church.

The new church of Slebech was consecrated in 1848.

On 3 Feb., 1904, a faculty was granted for the carrying out of certain alterations and improvements in the parish Church.

About AD 1050 a band of Knights took the threefold vows and formed a hospital at Jerusalem under the patronage of St. John Baptist. They spread rapidly everywhere they could find pilgrims and crusaders. They were similar to the Knights Templar. But the Knights Hospitallers excelled all in members, powers and influence. They were divided into three types, military brothers, brothers infirmarian and brothers chaplain. They did not cooperate very easily with the local clergy in South Wales but Rome favoured them openly and so did the Normans.

In a Papal Bull of 1259 Alexander IV addressed the Hospitallers "the elect people of God, a princely race, an earnest body of righteous men." They owned enormous lands in South Wales in 1145 and were strong enough locally to have a commander at Slebech. Not even Bishops could discipline them and they could offer sanctuary to any criminal they liked, provided the crime was not treason or sacrilege. When some one happened to be ex-communicated, he would be cold shouldered by most of his friends. The Hospitallers were not bound to turn their backs on the excommunicated, they had the vested right to say “God Speed” to them.

After about 250 years the Order of the Knights shrank spectacularly, but it is still in existence headed by a Grand Master and several Commanders over the Knights. It devotes itself to maintenance of hospitals. The uniform remains the same, a black Tudor cap and the white eight-pointed Maltese Cross worn on a black cloak. Their blessing still remains too, we wish you all “God Speed” today as of yore.

This establishment is NOT mentioned by Giraldus but he lists most of the other religious establishments.

10 November 1415 Institution of Sir John Cokworthy to the parish church of Rudbaxton on the presentation of Brother Walter Grendons, Prior of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem in England, the benefice vacant by the death of the last incumbent. Given at London.

Roger Barlow who hailed from Slebech sailed along the Western sea routes as far south as the Azores and probably had visited the coast near modern Agadir, and accompanied Sebastian Cabot out of Bristol on his second voyage of discovery in April 1526. It was Roger Barlow who translated the Famous Spanish treatise Sume de Geographie, which contained the earliest account of the New World written in English together with much material based on his own experiences. This translation was published by the Hakluyt Society in 1931.

Bibliography.

Pembrokeshire life 1572 1843

Pembroke Historian Vol 4 1972

Seafaring along the Pembrokeshire Coast in the days of the Sailing Ships. E.G.Bowen.

­Ecclesiastical Registers of St David’s.

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Solva               (Jottings)                  (805245)

Originally a traditional fishing, shipbuilding and trading port with an iron age fort above the port. There was also once copper mined here.

Now a favourite holiday resort centred on a deep and very beautiful rocky creek which is flooded except at low tide.

The name has a Viking origin, and means “sunny inlet”.

There is a great seafaring tradition here, and shipbuilding and coastal trading operations were in full swing until the coming of the railway to West Wales killed off most of the ship-borne trade.

In 1773 Solva was the base for the assembly of the first Smalls lighthouse.

The village is in two parts - Lower Solva is the place where holidaymakers congregate, with small-boat sailors conspicuous around the old quays and with many visitors enjoying the shops and Nectarium in the main street. Up the valley at Middle Mill there is a pretty hamlet with a woollen mill and an old corn mill now used as a shop and buttery.

Acc/to The Old Parish Churches of South West Wales - Mike Salter 1994.

Church is on ancient foundations but has been completely rebuilt and lacks old features.

At one time Solva had a reputation for smuggling and wrecking. In 1773 a ship called "Phebe & Peggy" was wrecked near here. Everyone on board was murdered by the locals for their valuables.

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Spittal              (Jottings)                (977230)

An interesting Landsker village, more English than Welsh, just to the east of the A40 near Treffgarne. There is a simple bellcote church, a “rath” and a compact village layout including a village green. There was once a hospitium here (hence the name) probably used by pilgrims en route for St. David’s. There are strip fields around the village revealing Norman influence. In the 1700’s the village was used by the cattle drovers, and there was a thriving tannery. Now the village lies within Haverfordwest’s commuter belt which has caused it to be built up with much modern housing.

Spittal St Mary (SM 976229)

The narrow arch towards a demolished north transept looks Norman so the nave maybe of that date. It contains a Norman font. The 13th century chancel has a recess in the south wall. The porch is also medieval.

This benefice originally belonged to the bishop of St. David’s. In 1224 Bishop Gervase established the office of a precentor in the cathedral of St. Davids, and endowed it with the prebends of the Hospital [the ancient name of Spital,] and Llandrudian with all their appurtinances. - Stat. Mens. Under this grant the precentor became the rector of Spital, the church of which was served by a curate, appointed by the precentor.

Described as Ecclesia Hospitalis, this church was assessed at £8 13s. 4d. in 1291, the tenths payable thereon to the King being 17s. 4d. - Taxatio.

There appears to be no mention of this benefice in the Valor Eccl.

Under the heading “Not in Charge”:  Spittle alias Spittal Cur. (St. Mary). Precentor of St. David’s Patr. £5 10s. 0d. certified value. – Bacon’s Liber Regis.

On 20 May, 1567, the tithes of the prebend and parsonage of Spital were leased by Thomas Hlett, the precentor to Nicholas Goddard of Rudbaxton, Pems., yeoman, for 40 years at the yearly rent of £13 6s. 8d., the lessee to provide a curate to serve the church. The next mention of a lessee of this benefice is in 1668 when the rectory, etc., was granted to James Hawald of Rudbaxtolls Pems., Esq., for the lives of Thomas Haward (son and heir apparent of said Barnes Haward), Mary Haward, (daughter of said James Haward), and Griffith Tanckred, of Easter Dudwell, Pems., gent. (nephew of James Haward) at the yearly rent of £13 6s. 8d., and a fine of £50. The tenant to find meat for the preceptor and a horse when he came to preach at Spital. This lease was granted on the surrender of a former lease for the life of Ursula Haward, the second daughter of George Haward, senior, of Flether Hill in the parish of Rudbaxton deceased.

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St Brides   (Jottings)                      (803109)

According to legend was originally founded when a girl rescued a young sailor from Drowning. They married and lived at the manor founding the settlement.

A little cove on the southern shore of St. Brides Bay with a church (greatly restored by the enthusiastic Victorians), a limekiln and a couple of old houses which in recent times have been used as a Scouting Centre. Once an important trading point for this rocky stretch of coastline.

The Church which was restored in 1868 was believed to be early 13c with a double bellcote and Sanctus Bellcote is built on a much older Celtic Christian site.  Between the church and the sea is an early Christian cemetery, and traces of stone-lined graves are visible in the cliffs. Nearby there are the remains of a medieval manor rumoured to be the haunt of dragons and basilisks but I could never find anyone who had seen one.

Kensington Mansion to the west, was built around 1800 by Lord Kensington. For many years it was used as a hospital in later years as a TB treatment centre.

This is a very ancient site as in approximately 350BC at nearby Nab Head there was a middle stone age factory for the production of flint knives and arrowheads.

Acc/to Old Parish Churches – Salter.

St Bride

The nave, chancel, north transept and south porch are13th century. Only two of the lancets are unrestored. The porch outer entrance has just one long stone on each side. There are three grave-slabs, one showing a priest and another a floriated cross.

It is not certain in whom the patronage of St Brides Rectory was originally vested. In 1535-6 John Wogan of Wiston, Pems., was patron (Valor Eccl.), who on 14 Oct., 1577, sold it to Francis Laugharne of St. Brides. - Deed in the possession of Dr. Henry Owen of Poyston.

The dedication of the church is now ascribed to St. Bridget, but the deed referred to describes it as the church and rectory of St. Murus? [St. Mary's] and St. Brides.   In 1594 the church was held - in grossa, - that is to say, it was not appendant to any manor - Owens Pem.

Described as Eeclesia de Sancta Brigida, this church was in 1291 assessed at £13 6s. 8d. for tenths to the King, the sum payable being £1 6s. 8d. - Taxatio.

Ecclesia Sanete Brigitte. - Ecclesia ibidem ex collacione Johannis Wogan armigeri unde Morganus Griffith est rector habens unam reetoriam sine terris. Et valet fructus hujus reetorie per annum x. Inde sol in visit acione ordinaria quolibet tercio Anna xvj d. Et in visitacione arehidiaeoni quolibet anna v  ixd. St remanet dare £15 12s. 11d. Inde deeirna 31s. 3d. - Valor Eccl.

Under the heading “Livings Discharged”:- St. Brides alias Bridis R. Ordinario quolibet tertio anno, 1s. 4d. Archidiac. quolibet anno, 5s. 8d. John Wogan, Esq.,

1535 Rowland Philips, Esq., 1725; William Allen Esq., 1744; William Phillips, Esq., 1765. Clear yearly value, £35 King’s Books, £15 12s 11d. – Bacon’s Liber Regis.

On 10 July, 1868, a room at St. Brides Hill was licensed for divine service during the rebuilding of the Church.

Lewis Topographical dictionary of Wales. 1833, says: There are still the remains of an ancient chapel set on the beach of St. Brides Haven which, according to tradition, was subsequently appropriated as a salting house for curing the fish (of a considerable herring fishery, now discontinued for many years).

In the cemetery belonging to this chapel where many stone coffins of which several have been washed away by the encroachment of the sea, which has gained considerably on the shore as was proved some years ago during an extraordinary recess of the tide by the discovery of several stumps of trees.

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ST DANIELS  (Pembroke)    © B.H.J.Hughes  1993   ISBN 1 898687 01 3

Contents

       

Chapter 1 The Church of St Daniels Pembroke.

Chapter 2 Who was St Deiniol.

Chapter 3 -Legenda novem lectionum de Sancto Daniele Episcopo Bangoriensi.

Chapter 4 History of the Church up to the 1700s.

Chapter 5 A Non-Conformist Church.

Appendix.      

Bibliography. 

Chapter 1 The Church of St Daniel’s Pembroke.

St Daniel’s could ring a knell, When Pembroke was a furzy dell.

So says an old rhyme told me by a very old lady who heard it from her grandmother. I wonder how old that rhyme is, because though Pembroke is 900 years old, the Church of St Daniel, as it is known today, although the real name should be St Deiniol, could well be centuries earlier.

The lonely Church stands on the skyline to the south of Pembroke, with a tower and spire standing proud amidst the electricity pylons.

That the Church has dominated this skyline since before the Normans is suggested by the description of the Royal Commission on Ancient Monuments  which leads one to believes that this is the original Church of the Welsh District of Penvo.[1]

In more recent times the spire of Church has been used by Lieutenant Colonel William Mudge and Captain Thomas Colby as one of the main inland trigonometric points for the first Ordinance Survey Map of the area, which was published on the 16th February 1818. The Church appears on all the early maps of the area (the earliest being 1580) as well as on the French artists (or was it spy) drawing of the town and castle in 1650.

French Drawing 1650

The Church and the hill on which it stands have long been referred to by writers as St Daniel’s and local legend has always credited the site as being that of the original hermitage of the Saint, a place of pilgrimage and the earliest Church in the district.

The present Church is a single chambered building 64.5 feet long by 16.5 ft wide and has the high pitched vaulted roof so often found in the earliest churches of Dyfed. The tower and spire are evidently later, possibly added on in the early 14 century. It would seem to be one of a line of such church towers stretching along the spine of the Castlemartin peninsular constructed at about the same time as some of the strengthening of the Pembroke Castle fortifications.

In the north wall can be seen the traces of a low side window. This it is suggested, was pierced after the construction of St Mary’s Church Pembroke, to enable the Mass bell of St Mary’s down in the valley to be heard by the congregation of St Deniol’s.

The present interior is very plain, with white washed walls rising in a curve to the apex of the roof. The present interior floor is lower that the ground outside and it is necessary to go down steps when entering the church. The only doorway is situated on the north side.

There is no artificial light or heating, and today most of the windows, which have been inserted at later dates than the original building, have been covered because of vandalism. The church therefore still, like it has been all its life probably, is lit by candles. The floor is very uneven, consisting of bricks many of which are loose and at the west end there is a low doorway leading into the tower. This tower had, at one time several floors and the holes where the timber joists entered the walls are still visible. It also has a fireplace. The church was restored in 1849, and again in 1890. The tower was struck by lightening in 1896 and needed repair but on inspecting the interior it is plainly evident because of the continuity of the stonework that it most certainly was never rebuilt and such repairs as there was could not have been major.

The one memorial plaque, in the church, is to Ernald Somerset Birkett, and reads:-

...in memory of Ernald Somerset Birkett 13 years Church Warden of St Mary’s Parish his friends dedicate this tablet; during his wardenship the old choir stalls from St Mary’s were removed to this church and Chancel renovated.

C. Hayward Vicar - Date Dec. 20 1910.

Legend also has it that there was, at one time, a Holy Well near the Church but that the well and site were destroyed when there was a purge ordered, in July 1592, against all places within the county of Pembroke where in times past there have been pilgrimages, images or offerings[2]. The order authorised that all using those places of pilgrimage should be apprehended and punished for their disobedience and lewd behaviour, the sites were to be defaced so that no memory remained of them. (When I went over the site with a dousing twig I could get no reaction anywhere in the Churchyard or surrounding area but there was a strong reaction inside the Church Tower on the south west corner).

Chapter 2  Who was St Deiniol?

St Deiniol it is believed, was the son of Dunawd fab Pabo Post Prydyn. Dunawd was, according to an early poem, a very brave warrior, who never retreated in battle and whose family originated from around the Clyde Forth area. They were a cadet branch of the royal line of Coel Hen.

By Deiniol’s time the family had roots in north Wales and there appears to be some mystery about the Saint’s connection with Pembrokeshire but one theory is that, like so many other young men of the time, he went to attend a school which had been founded in the Vale of Glamorgan by St Illtud around 490 AD.

St Illtud was described by St Samson, one of his pupils, as “of all Britons, best skilled in Holy Scripture, both the Old Testament and the New, as well as in every kind of learning; in divination he was well proven and he had fore-knowledge of the future”. Gildas, also a pupil at the school, called him “the refined master of almost all Britain”; both Illtud and Dyfrig used Caldy Island, off the Pembrokeshire coast near Tenby, as a place of retreat. Deiniol may well have followed their example in choosing a place in Pembrokeshire as a quiet place for prayer and meditation before embarking on his mission, setting up a hermitage on a hill to the south of where Pembroke now stands and spending some time there before travelling up the coast till he eventually arrived and established a church at a site where now stands his cathedral at Bangor.

Interior St Deiniol’s Cathedral  Bangor

Legend says that he was ordained in 516AD and it is believed that he became Bishop of Bangor before 547 AD as he was given land for his Church by Maelgwn, king of Gwynedd who died as a result of the epidemic of Yellow Plague which swept through the country in that year.[3]

St Deiniol was present at the Synod of Brefi in 545/6 AD and is mentioned in the “Life of St David” by Rhigyfarch.

He was buried in 584 AD (according to Annales Cambriae) on Bardsey Island but the date of this chronicle is regarded by some as suspect and another date is given as 572 AD. His death could well have occurred earlier though with his remains being conveyed to the religious settlement on that island some time after.

Chapter 3  Legenda novem lectionum de Sancto Daniele Episcopo Bangoriensi.

Peniarth MS 225 written by Thomas Wiliems in 1602 contains the lections and collect for St Daniel’s feast day (September 11th). There is a note that the copy was made in 1602 “ex libro manuscriprto antique”. It is believed that the text was actually used liturgically and as the copy was made at Trefriw in the diocese of Bangor, that the source was the breviary used at the cathedral.

(The National Library of Wales has recently purchased a service book (1993), published in Venice in 1494, with hand-written additions of prayers to St Deiniol plus the only known remains of the Dwynwen mass. The date (according to Dr Enid Roberts) suggests the influence of Richard Kyffin Dean of Bangor and rector of Llanddwyn).

First Lesson.

God who is wonderful in his saints and glorious in majesty, willing that his saints should be esteemed glorius and be worthyily and laudably venerated by Christ's faithful people does not cease himself to adorn them in wonderous wise with miracles beyond count; among whom our Lord forchose the most blessed Daniel, bishop and confessor, adorned with the grace of holiness and notable by his various miracles, as a pastor of his holy church; and (though) we are altogether unable to relate all the miracles which the same Saviour vouchsafed to work by the merits of the aforesaid Saint Daniel yet some of them we have considered should be made known to your devotion.

But thou O Lord have mercy upon us.

Second Lesson.

So blessed Daniel, sprung from the noble stock of the Welsh, when he was of full age, having left his native region, desiring to lead the hermit and solitary life to which the better part is promised and, what is more, shall not be taken away, came to a certain mountain, which is now named “Daniel’s Mount” near Pembroke in the diocese of Mynyw; considering that that place, because it was remote from the tumult of men was serviceable and suitable for gathering the fruits of divine contemplation, he determined to stay, if God permitted, on that same mountain serving his Lord without interruption.

But thou O Lord have mercy upon us.

Third Lesson.

The lord of the place, receiving him kindly, granted him so much of his land as he judged would be necessary for him for his daily support, together with animals and servants useful for agriculture, a hut having been built as his home, in the place where now a church of wondrous beauty and size has been constructed to honour and in the name of the same saint who continued most devoutly to serve almighty God the Creator in fastings, in prayers and other works of piety.

But thou O Lord Have mercy upon us.

Fourth Lesson.

In the process of time, the cathedral church of Bangor being vacant by the death of its bishop, those to whom in the said church the election or provision of a bishop pertained having met together, and the grace of the Holy Spirit having been invoked, it as divinely revealed that they should send at once to the Pembroke district, and should choose as bishop and pastor for their church a certain hermit, dwelling on a mountain on the southern side of Pembroke, and it was added that he was called Daniel.

But thou O Lord, have mercy upon us.

Fifth Lesson.

They immediately sent messengers to the aforesaid district. When they came, the messengers found the hermit himself in that very place which we have already mentioned, and the messengers, having first greeted him asked him, “what is thy name”? He on his part answered humbly “I am called Daniel, but am no prophet”. Then the messengers, rejoicing with great joy, related in order the reason of their journey and arrival. But he wondering to a degree beyond belief said, “How can this be, that you claim that I am chosen as bishop, when I am almost wholly unlearned, nor have I any knowledge of letters”? They answered him and said “It is Gods will that so it should be”. He, therefore, overcome by their urging, and wishing to submit to the divine call, leaving all he possessed, followed them in the name of the Saviour until they came to the entrance of the city of Bangor.

But thou O Lord have mercy upon us.

Sixth Lesson.

And straightway all the bells of the city were rung without human hand. But when they who were in the city heard the sound of the bells, having gone into the church and found no one ringing the bells they said one to another, “It is a miracle which the Lord has worked”, and immediately, lo the messengers, together with Daniel, already  stood at the portals of the church. Then the clergy of that church accompanying the same Daniel to the high altar of the church and singing most devoutly, Te Deum laudamus praised the mercy of the Saviour. And when St Daniel arose from his prayer, he was so filled with ecclesiastical knowledge of all learning that no one in Wales was then seen like to him in knowledge and culture.

But thou O Lord have mercy upon us.

Seventh Lesson.

After the due intervals of time, having been duly advanced to all the minor and major orders, he is honourably consecrated bishop, and is enthroned to the greatest delight also of the people. So, adorned with the Episcopal mitre, he showed himself as loveable to God and to all men. But it would take too long to relate the miracles which the Lord vouchsafed to work through his merits, both while he lived and after his departure, for they were very many.

On a certain night, while this holy man was dwelling on the mountain of Pembroke, two evilly disposed men came thither to steal the oxen which had been lent to the holy man for ploughing his land, and, having seized the oxen they began to lead them away. The holy man however, hearing from his lodgings the noise of men and animals, saw through a window the thieves leading away the oxen, and, going out, he cried, “Wait, wait a little in the name of the lord”. But they, when they heard his voice, ran the faster, and St Daniel, having made the sign of the cross towards the oxen, lest he who provided them should suffer loss through his praiseworthy act, straightway the thieves were turned into two stones on this very spot, like unto men standing unto this day. But the animals were turned back to their accustomed pastures.

But thou, O Lord have mercy upon us.

Eighth Lesson.

Another time, however, when the holy man could not find animals with which to plough his land, behold there came forth from the wood of Pencoed, which was close by, two great stags to the place where the land needing to be ploughed was situated, and bending their necks to the yoke, they drew the plough all day like tame beasts, and when the days work was done, they returned to the aforesaid wood.

But thou, O Lord have mercy upon us.

Ninth Lesson.

Moreover, at a certain time the holy man set forth for Jerusalem on a devout pilgrimage. Having gone over the places of the Lords Nativity and Passion, and having visited the sepulchre in which the Saviours body had rested, he came to the River Jordan, consecrated by Christs baptism, and he filled a certain vessel from that water, and brought it with him all the way to the top of the mountain near Pembroke, on which his dwelling place had been built, where there was a great scarcity of water. Having invoked the name of Christ, he thrust in his staff and poured forth the water which he had brought from the Holy Land upon the earth, and straightway the staff grew into a most beautiful tree, and a well of the sweetest water sprang up there, apt for the cure of various sicknesses, if taken as a drink.

Again a certain woman from the district of Caerw (Carew), in the diocese of Mynyw, was so swollen beyond measure that she could find no relief by any advice of physicians. At last, coming to the church of St Daniel, and afterwards to the aforementioned well, and imploring the saints help, she drank of that water so as to regain health and before leaving came to the entrance of the Church, and cast forth from her mouth, while many stood by and observed, three horrible worms, each with four feet, and the woman was made whole from that very hour.

Moreover, the wife of a certain man from the region of Oxford who had long been blind, having been admonished in dreams through St Daniel, indeed by divine revelation, when she had been brought to the said church of St Daniel, spent the night there in devout prayers, together with a certain blind chaplain and many others, and both of them received their sight that same night, through the merits of the same Confessor, by the power of our Lord Jesus Christ, who, with God the Father and the Holy Spirit, liveth and reigneth God world without end.

Amen.

But thou O Lord have mercy upon us.

Collect of the Same Saint

O God who didst will the blessed bishop Daniel to be pastor of thy church: mercifully grant, that we who put our trust in his benefits may, by his prayers, obtain the glory of eternal bliss.

Through Jesus Christ our Lord, who God the Father and the Holy Spirit liveth and reigneth God world without end.

Amen

Chapter 4  History of the Church up to the 1700s.

There is little recorded history of the Church for centuries after the founding of Pembroke by the Normans . No records appear in the Episcopal Registers of the Diocese of St David’s, neither is it mentioned in the list of churches recorded by Giraldus Cambrensis nor on the list of Churches who made payment to Pembroke Priory in 1377 (see Appendix 1)

It was not seized as part of the Pembroke Priory possessions in 1414 although it seems to have been transferred with them to the Monastery of St Albans because there is, dated 1480, an entry in the Wallingford Registry (see Appendix 2) regarding  that monastery, which might refer to it if there was a clerical error, to the effect that the Abbot had granted to the Mayor and Burgesses of Tenby leave to nominate two chaplains in the parish church of Crowneweare, with the donation of the hermitage of St David’s near Pembroke (There appears to be no record of a hermitage of St David’s).

In 1484 King Richard III granted to the Mayor and Burgesses of Tenby, and their successors  “the hermitage of St Daniel’s, the lands, obligations and emoluments, the proceeds of which are to be applied for the relief of the poor. To be used for no other purpose than a hermitage”.[4]

The Chapel is recorded in Valor. Eccl (1534) as being a free Chapel with John Griffiths as the cleric. (Libera Capella Sancti Danielis juxta Pembr. Libera capella ibidem ex donacione prioris Pembr unde Johannes Griffith clericus est magister et custos et habet ibidem unam parvan mansionem sive placeam et duas acras terre que valent per annum 8s Et valet in visitacione fractum at sororum ibedem annuatim secundum estimacionem al & c, 10s. Inde decima 12d).

There is also a record dated 1547 referring to John Griffiths: “The parish of Saynt Marie in Pembroke. There is within the said parish one messuage, one garden and iiij acres of land belonging to the free chappell of Saynt Danyell, which was taken away from the same by one John Griffith, priest and now (in) the tenor (tenure) of Elynor Rowe. The value whereof by yere x s.”

By 1551 (23 Dec. Late Chantries) the chapel and the land belonging to it, had been leased by the Crown to William Warren. From this time onward the Chapel remained in private hands, the patronage remaining local, a donative not requiring institution by the Bishop though in his nominal control.

The building must have, even after passing into private hands, been regarded as of some importance as it appears on the early maps and is referred to by writers of the period.

Speede's Map  1610

George Owen writing in 1603 mentions the Chapel: “In auncient tymes you shall fynde that the rooffes of dyverse churches and Chapells were all vaulted over and that of great height, whereof dyverse are yet standinge as .....

St Danyell’s chappell by Pembroke”.[5]

It would appear however that the Church was little used for a century later Erasmus Saunders records: “Of the manner how our Churches are supplied and served…..

and upon this head it is to be observed that there are some churches that are totally neglected, and that very rarely, if at all, have any Services performed in them, and which, if they are not converted to barns or stables, which is the case of many Churches in England as well as Wales, do only serve for the solitary Habitation of Owles and Jackdaws: such are St Daniel’s, Castelhan, Kylvawyr, Mounton, Chapel Cohan and others in Pembrokeshire.”

Chapter 5  A Non-Conformist Church.

Soon after 1700 there appears to have been a great shortage of clergy residing in the area. Many are recorded as holding multiple livings and some did not even reside in the Diocese of St David’s. At one time during this period the Vicar of St Mary’s Pembroke was living in Stoke and the curate of Hodgeston, a Mr Hughes, was taking the services for that combined parish which at that time not only consisted of St Mary’s but also St Michael’s Pembroke, St Nicholas Monition which was partly a ruin, and St Daniel’s.

The Rev. Howell Davies, who became Moderator of the Calvinists in Pembrokeshire, described as a meek and mild man but a very persuasive preacher, was, in 1742, using and restoring unused Churches and Chapels in Pembrokeshire.

In his book on the religious revival in South Wales[6] W. Gambol records: “Soon Davies had the grant of some parish churches and chapels in this county, though this not for any affection for the work of God but because Mr. Davies served them gladly gratis”.

St Daniel’s became one of his chief preaching locations and he is also recorded as administering Communion there. When Davies died, in 1770, on his tomb stone, at Prendergast, are inscribed the names of four of the churches that he restored. St Daniel’s is recorded as being one of the four.

By 1768 Bacon’s Liber Regis was describing St Daniel’s as a Methodist Chapel.

John Wesley had visited and preached in Pembroke in 1763 but when he visited in 1764 and was invited by the Vicar of St Mary’s to preach in that church, the Mayor objected  and forbade Wesley to preach (something that he had not authority to do).  Subsequently, according to Wesley's diaries, it would appear that Wesley had problems finding a place to preach in the town of Pembroke although he does not appear to have encountered such opposition in Haverfordwest.

In August 1768 Wesley records in his diaries:

1768 August 6th Saturday - "I went to Pembroke. We were here several times before we had any place in Haverfordwest, but we have reason to fear lest the first become last".

1768 August 7th Sunday - "I took a good deal of pains to compose the little misunderstandings which have much obstructed the work of God. At ten I read prayers, preached and administered the sacrament to a serious congregation at St Daniel’s. And the next morning left the people full of good desires and in tolerable good humour with each other".

There must have still been problems for Wesley with regard to preaching in Pembroke for in 1772 (January 11th) the following notice appeared in the Bristol Journal:

"The Rev. John Wesley AM Chaplain to the Countess Dowager of Buchan is preferred to the perpetual advowson of St Daniel's near Pembroke, by John Barnes, Keeper of His Majesty's Stores."

The Gentlemen Magazine [7] of the same date records among its list of ecclesiastical preferments: The Rev. John Wesley AM: St Daniel’s near Pembroke.

As the Church of St Daniel 's was in private patronage it made it very difficult for those who objected to Wesley’s preaching to stop him both preaching and holding communion services at St Daniel’s. He continued to hold services there right up until his last visit to the area in August 1790 when his diary records the following entry for  Sunday 15th:

"St Daniel’s prayer, Acts XI, 36 meditation, Communion".

The Church must have continued in use by his followers after Wesley’s death for Fenton writing in 1810[8] describes the Church as:-

“a respectable building with stone tower and spire, yet long desecrated, and now become a Methodist conventicle”, but it was no longer used by them in 1830.

In that year, although the Church was owned by Mr. George Bowling, the lease was held by a Mr. Joseph Prothero. He rented St Daniel's Church to Rev. B. Thomas and Mr. David Jones for use as a Baptist meeting house at an annual rent of £3.

The first Service was held on Whit Monday 1831. The interior of the Church was described by the Rev William Walters on that day: “As one stood in the old fashioned pulpit, the Communion table was behind, and over it, on the centre, a large painting as an altar pieces. On either side were the tables of the law and belief. The congregation was generally good, gathered from the villages south west.”[9]

A Baptist Church was constitutionally formed there on September 17th 1832 and Mr. John Roberts was ordained minister, but fourteen years later the congregations had dwindled and services were discontinued. The Church was still claimed by the Church of England and the Rev. R C Roberts expressed surprise that the Baptists had been allowed to use one of the oldest places of worship in the county for divine services.

In 1849 St Daniel’s Chapel was purchased from Mr. W. Bowling and Mrs. Bowling by the Ecclesiastical Commissioners for £275.

Since that date it has mainly functioned as a mortuary chapel with the only regular service being on September 11th - St Deiniol’s Feast day.

Addition

Two Graves

Dorcus Ann Truscott of Pembroke Quay age 16 years - sudden death on Westgate Hill, 23 July 1866.

Ann Moy age 60 years an accident on Westgate Hill, 26 July 1866.

Both are buried side by side at St Daniel’s.

Extract from the Haverfordwest and Milford Telegraph newspaper  July 25th 1866:

Dreadful accident and loss of lives at Pembroke Dock.

The town of Pembroke was, on Monday evening last, the scene of one of the most alarming accidents which have occurred here for many years past. From the particulars which have been ascertained it appears that about six o clock in the evening a party consisting of women and lads and children about 14 in number, were returning from a hay-field in Lamphey Lane in a waggonette drawn by one horse. The horse and vehicle were the property of Mrs. Truscott of the White Hart Inn and when they had arrived nearly opposite the Dragon Hotel the belly band gave way and the horse began to kick. This so alarmed the women and children that they began to scream and by this means so frightened the animal that it took off at a furious pace down towards the Lion Hotel and from there up by the Old Castle. Here P.C. Davies (No 24) attempted to stop the animal but was unable to do so and also got much hurt in the attempt, the shaft having struck him in the side. From thence the animal continued its career over the steep and sinuous Westgate Hill and eventually struck the vehicle against the old parapet wall of the Calvinistic Methodist Chapel when both horse and vehicle got turned completely over. In this terrible crash a young woman about 17 years of age named Dorcas Ann Truscott, a daughter of Mr. W H Truscott of the "Red White and Blue" Inn, Quay, Pembroke was killed on the spot, while her younger sister, named Olwin Lavinia, age 14 years received a frightful scalp wound, sustained such other serious injuries that she is not expected to survive. Ann Moy, a widow, about 60 years of age - so dreadfully injured that her death is momentarily expected. A lad named John Haran (who was driving the horse at the time) and his sister - both seriously injured. A woman named Elizabeth Williams - much injured. Lettice James, a woman who jumped out before the vehicle was turned over, very seriously injured.

The whole of the other occupants including an infant in arms, are more or less injured. Dr. H. P. Jones and Dr. Reid were at once in attendance and rendered all the medical assistance they could.

Appendix.

Appendix 1

Extenta Prioratus de Pembrochia 1 Ric II

Ecclesia pertin ad dictum Prioratum

Ecclesia de Castelmartyn ultra reprisas Valet per annum 1 marc

Item dicunt quod Ecclessia sancti Nicholai cum duabus capell ultra reprisas Val œx li

Item dicunt quod Ecclesia  sancti Michaelis valet per annum ultra reprisas œxiij.  vjs viijd

        Summa Valoris ecclesiarum iiijxx.    œvj.   xiijs. iiijd.

[Payment]

Pensiones pertin.   ad dictum Prioratum

Ecclesia de Angulo redd.   per annum xxiijs ad term.   Pasch. et santi Michaelis.

Ecclesia de Porttraghan red.  per annum ad eosdem term viijs

Ecclesia de Tymbregh redd.  per annum ad eodem term xiijs iiid

Ecclesia de Tallagharn redd.   per annum ad eosd.  term xs

Ecclesia de Sancti Cumano redd.   per annum ad eosdem terminos ijs

Ecclesia de Londchirch redd.   per annum ad eosdem terminos ijs

Ecclesia de Villa Galdfrido redd per annum ad eosdem terminos ijs

Ecclesia de sancto Ismael redd.   per annum ad eosdem terminos ijs

Ecclessia de Crynwer redd.   per annum ad eosdem terminos ijs

        Summa Pensionum ixxjs

[Portion]

Portiones pertin ad dictum Prioratum

Ecclesia de Wynnoci val per annum  ixvjs viijd

Ecclesia sancti Petroci val per annum xxvjs viijd

Ecclesia de Costynton val per annum xs

Ecclesia de Nassh val per annum xid

Ecclesia de Carne val per annum xiijs

Ecclesia de Pennaly val per annum xiijs iiijd

Ecclesia de Sancti Florentii val per annum xijd

        Summa Portionum œvj.  xiijs.  iiijd

Appendix 2

1480. Acc/to the Wallingford Registry of St Albans Monastery Hertfordshire it appears that the Abbot of St Albans was at that date patron of the following 

Rectories and Vicarages in Pembrokeshire:

Rectoria de Tyneby

Rectoria de Angulo

Rectoria de Porterawharn

Rectoria de Cranwer

Vicaria de Monkton

Vicaria de Castre Martini

Vicaria de Sancti Michaeltis, Pembrochie

The Mayor and Burgesses of Tenby were granted leave to nominate two chaplains in the parish church of Crownweare, with the donation of the hermitage of St Davids near Pembroke.

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St Davids     (Jottings and notes)          (SM753253)

Cathedral City but in fact a small town on the north side of St Brides bay.

It forms one of the four cylchs or hamlets Cylch-Y-Dre along with Cylch Bychan, Cylch-Gwaelod-Y-Wlad and Cylch-Mawr into which the parish is divided. This, the smallest city in Britain, is a place devoted to the memory of Wales' patron saint. The first monastery was built here in the sixth century, but the present cathedral dates from Norman times, having been commenced in 1182. The building in its present form is a concoction of styles and the result of rebuilding and restoration work over 800 years or so - the most recent major projects having been in 1789 and 1863. But the cathedral is undoubtedly magnificent, almost hidden from view in its little valley, encircled by its massive wall and cheek-by-jowl with the ruined Bishop’s Palace and the 13th century.

St. Mary’s College. The latter building in ruins for centuries was restored and opened again for public use in 1966.

In spite of some distinctly unpleasant developments on the main street, St. David’s is still an attractive breezy place with shops, inns, and houses grouped around a spacious square which leads via The Pobbles to the Cathedral’s Tower Gate. The area around the little city is full of interest, with prehistoric sites, sites connected with the religious history of the peninsula, the scenery of striking beauty around the coast. In summer St. Davids is still a place of pilgrimage today.

Original ecclesiastical settlement associated with the Celtic foundation of St David in the 6c.

The Cathedral dedicated to the patron saint of Wales is held in high esteem across the Principality by Anglicans and non-Anglicans, by Christians and non-Christians alike. It is in its own right a building of great beauty and very much part of our Welsh heritage.

Our Patron Saint.

Tradition states that St. David was born on the spot where St. Non’s chapel now stands. The year of his birth is uncertain; authorities place it between 462 and 520 A.D. Both his father, Sant, Prince of Ceredigion, and his mother, Non, were of noble family, and the boy’s education was the best that could be given him. He grew up into a tall dignified man, and was ordained priest after study, probably at Henfynyw (Aberaeron), in Cardigan, his fathers territory. Then, with his friends and disciples he left it, to found his monastery near the sea. And here the first building rose, either of rough stone, or of wood, with a stone foundation.

A legend states that David journeyed to Jerusalem, was consecrated Bishop by the Patriarch John III, and that the portable altar stone, now in the South Transept was the Patriarchs gift to him.

He attended the celebrated Synod of Brefi, and was instrumental in refuting the Pelagian heresy which the Synod had been convened to suppress. Legend tells that a white dove descended and rested on his shoulder as he spoke, and the dove is often used in representations of the saint.

St. David and his monks worked in the fields round their Church. Monasteries in those days were self­ supporting units. He travelled on missionary journeys through South Wales, founding Churches as he went, visited Ireland, and possibly Cornwall and Brittany, where there are Churches called by his name.

His death is commemorated on March lst, but the year is uncertain. In the twelfth century Pope Callixtus II decreed that two pilgrimages to his shrine should equal one to Rome. The fame of the Cathedral reached its height in the l4th and l5th centuries, and among the royal pilgrims who visited the shrine was William the Conqueror, who presented two velvet copes and a handful of silver, Henry II, Edward I and Queen Eleanor, and possibly King John, are reckoned to have visited. It is claimed that St. David’s relics still rest within his Cathedral in an oak and iron reliquary, kept in the Holy Trinity chapel behind the High Altar.

On St. David's Day, March 1st The Collect.

O God, Who by the preaching of Thy blessed servant Saint David didst cause the light of the Gospel to shine in this our land; Grant we beseech Thee, that having his life and labours in remembrance, we may shew forth our thankfulness unto Thee for the same, by following the example of his zeal and patience; through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.

A Short History Of The Cathedral.

The first Church or Cathedral was built on the spot where the present building stands, by St. David and his monks. It was burnt down in 645. The Danes invaded and sacked the buildings in 1078, killing Bishop Abraham, and the Church was again burnt down in 1099.

The first Norman Bishop was enthroned in 1115, when the Cathedral organisation was converted from the Celtic and monastic, to the ordinary diocesan type.

Peter De Leia (1176-1198), the third Norman Bishop, a Florentine monk, who had been Prior of Wenlock Abbey, Shropshire, was the first of the great Bishop builders. An old writer states, “St. Davids had been often destroyed in former times by Danes and other Pyrats, and in his time was almost quite ruinated.” He started rebuilding in 1180, and left the Cathedral, ending at the wall of the High Altar, substantially as we see it now, as he built the nave, choir, transepts, and aisles. The stone used was Cambrian sandstone, taken from the cliff quarries at Caerfai and Caerbwdy. But the tower fell in 1220, crushing choir and transepts, and an earthquake in 1248 did still more damage. The tower was not rebuilt from the foundations, as the old western arch was retained. His successor dedicated the Cathedral to St. Andrew and St. David.

Bishop Gowelz (1328-1347), added the South Porch, remodelled the aisles, inserted the Decorated windows on the north and south, built the Rood screen between the nave and choir, added a storey to the tower, and two upper floors to the chapel in the north transept. He founded a Chantry in the Lady Chapel, where the sedilia and Bishop Martin’s tomb are also attributed to him.

In the late l5th and early l6th centuries the roofs were entirely renovated; Owen Pole, Treasurer (1472- 1509), built the roof of the nave, and possibly that of the choir. 

Bishop Vaughan (1508-1522), was the last of the great building Bishops. The Holy Trinity chapel was his work; he roofed in the open space on its east side, and vaulted the Lady chapel in stone. The tower received a third storey, raising it to its present height.

The Cathedral suffered severely during the Civil wars. Lead was stripped from the Lady chapel and aisles, the latter being left open to the weather. In consequence the presbytery arches were blocked in with stone. Bishop Watson urged his Chapter to repair the damage, and he releaded the transepts in 1696. £1500 is said to have been expended a few years later, and Chapter orders of the period show that the Canons curtailed their own incomes to carry the repairs out effectually.

In 1789 a subscription was set on foot, and Mr. Nash was directed to plan rebuilding the west front.

In 1863 a general restoration was begun by Sir Gilbert Scott. The west front, spoilt by Nash, was rebuilt from a drawing of the old design. Most important of all, the central tower, which was in a most precarious condition, was made secure, the hollows in the masonry being filled with liquid cement. The foundations were drained for the first time in the history of the building and made secure, and certain relics, thought to be those of St. David and St. Justinian were discovered.

The restoration of the Lady Chapel with the surrounding chapels, a few years later, completed St. David’s Cathedral as we see it today.

The Cathedral Interior.

The South porch, was added to the Cathedral by Bishop Gower 1328-1347). It is decorated work, worn and damaged, but details of the “Jesse Portal” with the subjects of our Lords genealogy, can be made out. Over the arch there is a representation of the Holy Trinity with angels. The Parvise, or room over the porch, was added about 1515.

Nave and Aisles: Built by Bishop Peter de Leia (1176-1198).          

The general style of the nave is Transitional Norman or Early English. Its length is 130 feet, and the slope in the floor, a fall of three feet towards the west, gives a unique and striking impression. There is a total difference of 14 feet in height between the west door and the Lady chapel. The great piers consist alternately of circular and octagonal columns. Each arch has a different moulding, and 24 mason marks have been traced. The outward slope of the westernmost pillars has been attributed to the earthquake of 1248. Enormous buttresses on the north side of the Cathedral were built to strengthen the nave. The triforium and clerestory, merged in one, rest on the main arcade. The roof, of Irish oak, consisting of rows of pendants connected by a system of arches, is attributed to the treasurer, Owen Pole (1472-1509), and is a magnificent piece of work. The Welsh dragon figures upon the square pendants. Some of the piers still show traces of frescoes, but the coating of whitewash, applied by Bishop Field in 1630, and removed by Archdeacon Davies about 1835, has almost obliterated them. The Font may date back to the pre-Norman Bishops, but the base cannot be earlier than the l3th century. Near it stands a very old font, possibly one of the oldest relics in the Cathedral. Close to the west wall are one of the old pre-Reformation bells, and several Celtic stones, of the 8th-11th centuries, bearing crosses. These latter were found near Whitesands Bay.

Bishop Morgan's tomb, 1504, is the chief monument in the nave. Opposite is the beautiful sculptured tomb of an unknown priest in a canopied recess.

Both aisles are part of the original design, but are lighted by the decorated windows added by Bishop Gower.

The rood screen consists of a solid wall, pierced by a doorway, and with chambers in its thickness. On one side is the tomb of Bishop Gower who built it, 1328-1347. Modern figures now fill the niches on each side of the doorway. The “Peoples Altar” stands on the left. The rood is modern.

The Choir.

The choir occupies the space below the tower, marking the monastic origin of the building. It is unique in possessing a second “parclose” screen, making a complete enclosure. There are 28 stalls, dating from Bishop Tully's episcopate (1460-1481), when they replaced those of Bishop Gower’s time. The Misericords (hinged folding seats which when turned up can be leant on for rest) are very fine. The reigning Sovereign always holds the first prebendal stall, an honour peculiar to St. David’s. This stall is marked by the royal arms. The Bishop’s throne is of great height; part of it dates from Bishop Gower’s time, but Sir Gilbert Scott was obliged to reconstruct it. A faded painting of our Lady can still be seen on the panel below the canopy. The organ is an early Willis instrument, (1883), the old organ, built in 1695 having been given to St. Martin’s, Haverfordwest, but some fragments of the case, said to have been carved by Grinling Gibbons, are kept in the Cathedral library. The organ was rebuilt modernised and supplied with new cases in 1953.

The Presbytery And Sanctuary.

Four Transitional Norman bays form the Presbytery, the piers, as in the nave, being alternately circular and octagonal. There is a clerestory, but no triforium. The East End today is practically as it was when Peter de Leia designed it, the lower part being the original work of de Leias masters, the upper, restoration. The lower stage contains one of the most perfect instances of triplet lan­cets in existence; they are magnificent, and amongst the finest things in the Cathedral. Bishop Vaughan’s chapel, immediately behind, blocks them, and the spaces have been filled with Salviati mosaics. In the centre is the Crucifixion, with its type, Moses and Aaron pointing to the brazen serpent, below. The right lancet shows a figure representing the Jewish Church, the left, the Christian church, with St. David addressing the council of Brefi, and St. David giving alms.

The four lancets above contain modern glass, the subjects being the Nativity, Transfiguration, Last Supper and Agony in the Garden.

The roof dates from 1461 and was carefully restored by Scott.

The floor largely consists of the original; encaustic tiles, yellow and reddish brown, dating from the 15th century. The designs are the Beauchamp and Berkeley arms, the Tudor rose and Edward III’s arms. Probably they came from the famous Malvern manu­factory. Tradition states that some of the tiles were broken by Cromwells horse, as he rode up to the Altar when his troops desecrated the building.

The Altar is modern, but there were two very ancient altar slabs, with their five crosses found in the floor near it. It is believed that they may be the altar stones from St. Davids own Church, and one of them is now the mensa stone of the altar in Holy Trinity chapel, the other in the chapel of St. Thomas.

The oak Perpendicular sedilia probably date from Bishop Tully’s episcopate (1460-1481). The piscina contains 12 holes, representing the twelve apostles, and is made in the shape of a rose. Before the High Altar stands the table tomb of Edmund Tudor, father of Henry VII. It was placed originally in the Grey Friars Church at Carmarthen, and was transferred by order of Henry VIII, at the dissolution of the monastery.  The remains of St. David’s Shrine are on the north side of the Presbytery. It was built about 1275 and the relics were probably placed upon it, in a removable reliquary. It is certain that this was so at one time for there was an old order that in case of battle, the relics should be taken one days journey from the city.

In the destructive days of the Cathedral, when the aisles were unroofed, solid walls were built between the arches, and these must have seriously damaged the Shrine. Traces of pavement, worn hollow by pilgrims knees, could once be seen. The niches at the foot of the Shrine were intended to hold the pilgrims offerings, possibly also to hold devotional objects, placed near the relics, before being taken away.

South Transept.

The transepts are separated from the nave, being connected by doorways and not by open arches. The South Transept, known at one time as the - Chanters Chapel,- contains several relics of Celtic slabs and crosses, one of which commemorates Bishop Abrahams sons, 1078. It was used before the restoration as the Parish Church. Much of the old material of the Cathedral, of which use could not be made, is reserved here.

The vestries have recently been moved here from the North Transept. The Clergy Vestry is behind the wooden screen, the Choir Vestry in the former lower library. The Tower is also reached from a doorway in this transept, but visitors who wish to ascend it must be accompanied by the Verger.

The small portable altar stone, said to have been brought from Jerusalem by St. David, is kept here, sunk into a table at the east end. There is also an old wooden chest which is supposed to date from the time of Peter de Leia.

South Choir Aisle.

Here, the tombs are of interest, and the priestly stone slabs show the development in stone effigy work, from the plain incised to the modelled figure. There are tombs ascribed to Rhys ap Gruffudd, the last Prince of South Wales, Giraldus Cambrensis, and a physician named Silvester. His inscription runs “Silvester the physician lieth here, and his dissolution showeth that medicine withstandeth not death.” In the southern bay are the tombs of Bishop Anselm la Gras (1231-1247) and Bishop Gervase (1215-1229).

St. Edward’s Chapel.

The chapel of King Edward the Confessor opens out of the south choir aisle. It was restored by Viscountess Maidstone, in remembrance of her grandfather Bishop Jenkinson, and contains her tomb, and a case containing the garments worn by the bishop at the coronation of Queen Victoria .

The Lady Chapel.

This was added to the Cathedral by Bishop Martin (1296-1328). Bishop Gower built the sedilia, and two tomb recesses, probably intended for Bishops Beck and Martin. The figure of Bishop Owen (1897-1926) has been recently added to Bishop Beck’s tomb. The vaulted roof fell in 1775, and has been entirely replaced, but the roof of the ambulatory or ante chapel is original. The southern arch leading from the chapel to the ambulatory is earlier than the northern one.

St. Nicholas Chapel.

This chapel was restored in memory of Dean Howell in 1910. He is buried in the eastern end. It contains some mutilated tombs, and the remains of an old and beautifully carved Crucifixion on the south wall.

Holy Trinity Chapel

This chapel, late Perpendicular, was built by Bishop Vaughan, about 1500. Originally an open courtyard, possibly used as a waiting place for pilgrims, it, and the ante chapel behind were then roofed over. The roof is a beautiful piece of fan tracery. Modern statues of Bishop Vaughan and Archdeacon Giraldus, are set on the old brackets. The reredos is a reconstruction of l4th century carving, and the altar is built up of very ancient stones. That on the south end bears a rare representation of the Birth of the Virgin. Bishop Vaughan’s tomb, a marble slab, lies before the altar. The mullioned windows towards the Lady Chapel were found walled up and opened in 1898.

At the back of the High Altar, facing the chapel altar is the old recess near which the relics were hidden at the Reformation. It must have been made for the purpose of veneration of relics, as the Cross with its pierced arms, between the High Altar and the Chapel, formed part of the original building. It is transitional, and dates from the time of Peter de Leia. Sir Gilbert Scott found the recess walled up, practically indistinguishable from the rest of the wall. He took out the stones, found the bones in the recess, and interred them in the floor of the Chapel, immediately below.

Dean Williams had them disinterred in 1921 and placed them in the oak and iron reliquary. The fact that they were identified as the bones of a very tall and a short man, together with the knowledge that St. David, very tall, and his confessor, St. Justinian, a short man, had been buried together, gives a reasonable probability that the relics are really those of the saints.

Some of the Eastern patriarchs visited St. Davids in 1925, the sixteen hundredth anniversary of the Council of Nicaea, and presented a metal and jewelled reliquary for the Shrine.

Holy Trinity chapel is now used for the daily Celebration of Holy Communion, and for private devotion.

North Choir Aisle.

The North Choir Aisle leads from St. Nicholas chapel to the north transept. The back of St. David’s shrine is seen here, and the tomb of Rhys Gryg, Rhys ap Gruffudds son.

The North Transept.

The Northern Transept chapel was dedicated to St. Andrew. The Shrine of St. Caradoc a Religious solitary of the 11th-12th century, is built against the south wall. Near it, in the east wall there is a piscina. An altar dedicated to St. Andrew originally stood here. It is now furnished as the County of Pembroke War Memorial to those who lost their lives in 1939-45.

Over the shrine of St. Caradoc, a memorial to the noted Church Musician and Composer - Thomas Tomkins - has been placed. He was born in St. Davids where his father was Cathedral Organist, and the Memorial was unveiled at a Festival held to commemorate the Tercentenary of his death.

Chapel Of St. Thomas.

This chapel was built out of the chapel of St. Andrew, and dedicated to St. Thomas a Beckett about 1220. It was rebuilt by Bishop Gower who added the upper floors. A double Early English piscina of beautiful work is placed on the south wall. The vaulted roof is very fine. This chapel has just been refurnished in memory of Bishop Prosser

(d. 1950). In 1958 a new stained glass window, representing the Saint, and his murderers, with the Royal Arms of Henry II, was fixed above the Altar in memory of Ernest Harry Evans, Priest. The Blessed Sacrament is reserved in the aumbry to the north of the altar.

Above the Chapel was the original Chapter-house which is now the Lower Library. It contains a fine decorated fireplace, and can be seen on application to the Verger. Above the Lower Library was another room which was used as the Treasury. This room was destroyed and in its place a Gallery has been erected which has recently been shelved in memory of Bishop Havard (d. 1956).

St. Mary’s College.

St. Mary’s College was founded in 1377 by John of Gaunt, and Bishop Adam Houghton. It was endowed to support a Master, 7 priest Fellows, and two choristers who were intended to serve in the Cathedral, the Master being one of the Canons. The building was connected with the Cathedral by a covered way, and the chapel walls still show traces of the cloister abutments. The chapel is all that now remains, the domestic buildings which stood between it and the north wall of the close having disappeared, though some remains of their crypts may still be seen.                                    

St David’s Bishops Palace.

St David’s, Pembrokeshire, West Wales.

Cadw Guidebook.

During the Middle Ages there were few landowners in Wales wealthier than the Bishops of St David's. As well as being princes of the church, they were Marcher Lords in their own right, owing allegiance only to the king. It is hardly surprising, therefore, that at their cathedral city these powerful prelates created a group of medieval buildings unsurpassed anywhere west of Offas Dyke. Even in ruin, the palace is a magnificent architectural splendour, speaking volumes of men rich in experience of both Church and State. The entire cathedral close was surrounded by a precinct wall and one of four gates. Porth y Twr, which dates to about 1300 remains standing. Within, the palace is very largely the work of a succession of builder-bishops who held the see in the later 13th and 14th centuries.

Edward I and his queen were at St David’s on a pilgrimage in 1284, and their visit may have well called attention to the inadequacies of the early medieval palace. About this time, Bishop Thomas Beck (1280-93) began a program of new building commensurate with his role as a major churchman and former statesman of King Edward. He was responsible for the chapel in the south-west corner, the hall and the private apartments, and the gate. The bishop’s hall and the private chamber were on the first floor, and were carried on a series of barrel vaults. Notice the superb series of corbels carved as human heads which span the main trusses of the roofs in this range.

But the man who more than any other left his imprint decisively and characteristically on this palace was Bishop Henry de Gower (1328-47). In addition to major works in the cathedral itself, including the imposing rood screen. It was de Gower who built the Great Hall, which remains undoubtedly the finest range. Moreover, he brought a graceful unity to the palace with the distinctive arcaded parapet which takes command of the beholders eye. It is similar to the bishops other work at Lamphey, and probably Swansea. The hall is again on the first floor and was designed for the entertainment of important guests. The wheel window in the east gable is a sheer delight, and the majestic porch would have provided a fitting entrance to so fine a building. Notice, too, the chequered pattern in the stonework on the upper stages, which may have been very striking in its original colours.

Later bishops made further additions and alterations to the palace, but with the Reformation the story of decay and destruction in the 16th and 17th centuries begins. A new exhibition, entitled Lords of the Land, is situated in parts of the palace undercroft. It tells more of the wealth and power of the medieval bishops, and explains the phases in the growth of the buildings.

Castle

Parc y Castell:  This is a promontory bank and ditch on Port Clais Rd half a mile south west of St David’s. It is not iron age fort as has been suggested but a ring work and Bailey probably built for an early Bishop.

In 1115 Henry I granted a Charter of Privileges to St David’s and in 1120 the Pope raised the status of the Cathedral and site by decreeing that two visits to St David’s Cathedral and shrine were the equivalent to one visit to St Peter’s Rome. Later in November 1281

St David’s town received a grant of two markets a week and two yearly fairs (a weekly one was already being held under the Charter of Privileges).

Records suggest that in 1326 there were 130 burgesses but John Speede map of 1610 only suggests 51 houses.

Bishop Beck (1280-93) founded Whitewell Hospice to care for sick and infirm clergy and provide hospitality for pilgrims. This was annexed to St Mary’s College at St David’s in 1377.

St David’s Head was called by the Romans “Promontarium Octopitarium” (promontary of Eight perils). There can still be seen the remains of an Iron age fort and Celtic field system boundaries (300BC). Some iron age fields are still in use. Also a Neolithic cromlech (carreg Coetan) and Neolithic mini burial Chambers (Maen Sigl).

III Extent Of The Lands Of The Bishopric Of St. David’s, 1327.

PRO. E. 152. No. 16.

Villa Menevens. (Town of St. Davids).

The jury say that there is there a mansio for servants and animals in winter, where there ought to be a palace, worth 6d. per annum: and a carucate of land lying fallow and untilled, and it is not extended because the pasture is common: 16 acres of meadow in demesne worth 16s. at 12d. per acre. There is another meadow in the island which is called Romeseye and worth 5s. per acre. There are 2 water mills worth £4 per annum. There is of rent of assize of the burgesses 100s. per annum payable in the terms at the Feasts of the Annunciation of the BVM, St. John Baptist, St. Michael and St. Andrew, in equal portions. There is a rent of assize at Emenyt of 16s. per annum payable at the Feast of St. Michael. There is a rent of assize at Pencors of 4s. payable at the said Feast of St. Michael. There is a rent of assize at the Berewych of 50s. payable at the Feast of St. Michael.

Pleas and perquisites of court there, with the fair on the Feast of St. John Baptist, worth 7s. per annum.

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St Dogmaels            (165460)          Jottings

St. Dogmaels is a Seaport Town.  A fishing village on the Teifi estuary much enlarged over the last 150 years by housing developments. The site is beautiful with houses clinging to steep hillsides above the water. St Dogmael's Abbey was founded in the 12th century; the ruins are now well looked after, and are full of interest. The spacious parish church (dating mostly from 1847) occupies part of the old abbey site. Opposite the entrance to the Abbey is Y Felin a restored flourmill, which is now in full production. The mill wheel is driven by water from the millpond and the old machinery can be seen in operation.

St Dogmael’s Abbey. 3/4m W of Cardigan Bridge, Dyfed, West Wales.

Founded about 1115 for a prior and 12 monks of the order of Tiron, by Robert FitzMartin Lord of Cemaes on the site of St Dogmael’s cell (6th C prince who became a monk in order to help crippled children). St Dogmaels occupied the site of a pre-Norman monastery. It was raised to the status of abbey in 1120, and the monks followed an austere life based on the rule of St Benedict. The surviving ruins span four centuries of monastic life and show much alteration. Parts of the church and cloister are 12th century. However, the west and north walls of the nave, which stand almost to their full height, are of the 13th century, and a fine north doorway has 14th-century ballflower ornament. The north transept is Tudor, retaining elaborate corbels which supported the stone vaulting. Notice here the carved figures with an angel representing St Matthew, a lion for St Mark and the Archangel Michael. The footings of the chapter house can be seen to the west of the cloister, with the adjacent monks infirmary standing almost to roof level. At the Dissolution, the church continued to be used for a time by the parish, and a rectory was built into the southwest corner of the cloister.

Cadaver Tomb and cross slabs made in spotted dolerite.  Ogam/latin Stone  SAGRANI FILI CVNOTAMI  Sagrani son of Cunotami.

Acc/to The Old Parish Churches of South West Wales - Mike Salter 1994.

Church is on ancient foundations but has been completely rebuilt and lacks old features.

The church of St. Dogmaels, the old Welsh name of which was Llandudoch, was a very old foundation, and was originally dedicated to St. Dogfael, the son of Ithel ap Ceredig ap Cunedda Wledig, and was possibly established by that Saint. Very little is known about St. Dogfael, and it is impossible to fix even approximately the date of the foundation of Llandudoch Church. It would appear however that the church must have been in existence prior to the year 988, as the Annales Cambric state that in that year St. Davids, Llanbadarn, Llan Illtyd, Llancalvan, and Llan Deth-och [Llandudoch] were devastated by pirates.

On the conquest of Kemes by the Normans the church of Llandudoch was seized by the invaders, and Robert Martin, the son, and his wife Matilda or Maud, granted to William, the abbot, and the convent of Tiron, the ancient church of St. Dogmael, with the adjacent land called Landodog. This grant, which is recited in Letters Patent of 20 Ric. II., is undated, but according to George Owen, Robert Martin, the son founded the monastery of St. Dogmaels in the time of Henry I. (who reigned from 1100 to 1135), or else in the reign of Stephen. - Owens Pem, pt. II., p. 437. The Annales Cambric record that pirates in 1138 plundered the town and church of Landedoch id est de Sancto Dogmaelo, and carried away great spoil to their ships, thus affording evidence as to the identity of the two names, and also suggesting that at that date the dedication of the church had not been changed to St. Thomas.

On the dissolution of St. Dogmaels Abbey the patron-age of the church came into the hands of Henry. VIII., who on 10 Mar, 1537, granted a lease of the abbey of St. Dogmael and the rectory of St. Thomas in St. Dogmaels, and other property to John Bradshaw of Ludlow. Salop, for 21 years, at the annual rent of £3 4s. On 10 Nov., 1543, the fee simple of the site of the abbey with other property, part of which was included in the lease, was acquired from the Crown by John Bradshaw of Pres-tende [Presteign], Radnorshire, for £512 , but the patronage of the church of St. Dogmaels was not included in the purchase. - Pat. Rolls.

Vicaria Sancti Thome Apostoli de Sancto Dogmaele.— Vicaria ibidem ex eollacione abbatis ibidem unde domi-nus David Howell est vicarius valet communibus annis dare 46s. 8d. Inde decima 4s. 8d. - Valor Eccl.

Under the heading “Livings Discharged”:- St. Thomas Dogwell alias Dogmaels St. Thomas V., vith Llantwood (St. Iltyd) and Monington (St. Nicholas). Abb. St. Dogmaels Propr. Bishop of St. Davids, 1698. The Prince of Wales. Clear yearly value, £15. Kings Books, £4 13s 4d. – Bacon’s Liber Regis.

In this parish were two pilgrimage chapels called Capell Cranok and Capell Degwel, the latter being situated in Cwm Degwel; their names occur in George Owens list of these edifices, most of which, he says, were then in ruins. – Owen’s Pem., Pt. 2, p. 509.

1402   St Dogmells.

Guy etc., our beloved sons in Christ and of religious men brother Philip Vader, abbot of the monastery St.Dogmells in Kemmeys of the order of St Benedict of Tiron of our diocese, and the convent of the same, subject to our ordinary jurisdiction in head and members etc. (as above). Whereas by our ordinary authority making a visitation in every deed your said monastery, on the seventh and tenth days of the month January, lawfully continued, in the year of the Lord 1402. And fifth year of our consecration, found, among other things, in same visitation that first by pestilence then by your neglect the usual number of the canons serving God, in the same monastery is so diminished, in such excessive number that where there used to be a full convent of honest monks scarcely three monks, professed, are now conversant in the same, consuming the sustenance of a very large number, to the manifest withdrawal of divine worship. For which cause we enjoin on you that you make provision of honest persons to be clothed with you in the habit of regulars, whose conversation in times past may afford a good presumption for the future, so that by the feast of Pentecost next there may be conversant nine in number at the least, in order that by the multiplication of intercessors the gifts of spiritual grace may be increased. And because we found that from the excessive Wandering of the lay brothers among secular persons and dishonourable frequenting of unlawful places, to wit taverns, very great evils and scandals have resulted to the same monastery in persons and things, by necessity of which things we are bound to find a fit remedy for the future, we for this cause can be approved of. Also we enjoin that from the opening of the kitchen of the convent until there shall be six in number, the abbot shall have the usual abbots portion, and after that they shall be more than six in number he shall have and take in all the portion of two monks twice a week at least. Also we enjoin that brother Howel Lange, your fellow monk and confrere, on account of his excess and the evil deeds committed by him, which for a reason we do not now set out, for one whole year from the day of the date of these presents, shall not drink wine, nor metheglin, on which it has been his habit to get drunk, but he shall give away and distribute his portion of wine to the poor in the abbots presence; and in this year he shall not go out of the bounds of the said monastery unless in the abbots company. Also we enjoin on the same monks and lay brothers that none of them shall go out of the bounds of the monastery without the special licence of the abbot or in his absence of his deputy, and that such license shall not be too liberal or too continuous. Also that no women suspected in regard to the monks shall by any means lodge in the town itself but they shall be removed altogether, under the penalty written below: also that no lay brother there shall have the witness of his iniquity in the monastery aforesaid that the goods of the monastery be not prodigally consumed by the sustenance of such. Also since we have been informed, as found by experience, that brother David Lloid, your fellow monk, has culpably lapsed into the crime of apostasy (we say it with grief), going forth from the monastery itself and holding himself aloof among secular persons, neglecting the discipline of his order and deserting the cloister, we therefore, since by the judgement of a strict balance his blood may be required at your hands, enjoin on you under the penalty written below that you diligently enquire for this your brother and when found bring him back to the fold and the cloister itself, so treating him with the charity that leads the way and chastising him according to the discipline of the order, that his reproof may turn out for an example to others, and that for his reversion and conversion from error according to the in your church and cloister and the too ready means of entrance to the same and exit from the same, at all hours as it were, the silence and contemplation of the religious, according to the requirement of their religion, cannot be observed, we enjoin on you therefore that on the north side of your church and monastery, no door and no gate and no means of access to the town be left open by day or night, except from the beginning of the mass of the Blessed Mary until the end of high mass in the choir, and except for a sudden passing of the abbot or the cellarer to view the husbandry in the field on that side, after whose passing they shall be closed at once. Also we have found in the same visitation that on account of the excessive and day and night vigils of the monks in the house of mercy, not for the sake of contemplation but of idle gossip together and drinking, the bowels of mercy are burst asunder, evil speaking arises and drunkenness reigns, for which cause we wishing to apply a remedy for this disease and take away from among you the occasion of evil, enjoin on you that in the same house of pretended mercy, except in the vigil of All Saints the week of Christmas and the feast of the Purification of the Blessed Mary, no fire shall be made or kept up, or except at the coming of frost or intolerable cold and while these reign they shall have a fire at the middle hour, by dispensation of the abbot not for the sake of converse together but of warmth, for a suitable time and the portion of the monks in drink and candles shall be diminished according to the discretion of the abbot, since all which is excessive is counted for a vice; and no layman or secular person shall be permitted to be present at the monks collations except only a servant appointed for these by the abbot. On you all and singular in virtue of the holy obedience etc. (as above as far as the word excused.) In witness whereof, etc. Dated at Carmarthen, 14 January, 1402, etc.

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St Dogwells                              (969280)

Church     St Dogfael

13c nave and chancel, double bellcote, south chapel added later.

Memorials to the Edwards of Sealyham Hall and the Tuckers of Hook.

Latin/Ogram stone 6c in churchyard  “Hogvitis son of Demetus”.

Acc/to Old Parish Churches – Salter.

ST DOGWELLS St Dogfael SM 968279

The 16th century aisle has two arches towards each of the nave and chancel, which are both 13th century. The Strand family arms appear on the easternmost arch, the eastern part of the aisle being their chapel. There is a double bellcote.

This benefice appears to have belonged to the Bishop of St Davids at a very early date.

A Statue of Bishop Reginald de Brian in 1352 states that Bishop Gervase [who held the bishopric from 1215 till 1230] granted the church of St. Dogmael de Llanlledewy [i.e. St- Dog-wells in Pebydiog, or Dewisland] to the canons of St Davids - a grant which was confirmed by Bishop Thomas Wallensis and also by his successor, Bishop Richard Cerrew, in 1219, the church in each case being called St-Dogmael in Pebydyauk. - Stat. Minevia.

Prior to, and at the date of the grant to the canons by Bishop Gervase, the benefice of St. Dogwells was a rectory, and the grant in question was to take effect after the cession or death of  Master Roger, who was then rector. This is the only record of an individual rector of this church, the rectorship being subsequently vested in the Canons.

The church of St. Dogwells was in 1291 assessed at £10 for tenths to the King, the sum payable being £1. - Taxatio.

Vicaria Sancti Dogmaelis appropriata ad Ecclesiam Cathedralern Menevensem.—I, aurentius Howell wicarius perpetuus ibidem tenet vicariam et xvjc aclas tesre que valent vjs viijd per annum. Et tructus et oblaciolles dicte ecclesie dividuntur annuatim inter rectorem et wicarium et valet poreia vicarii cum gleba iiija xiij iiijd t er an nu m. Inde solut    i n vi sit a eio ne o r din a ria q uolib et tercio anno xiiijd ob. lit in sinodalibus archidiaeono quolibet anno ij8 xd ob. Et remanet elare £4 15s. 11d. lnde decima 9s. 7d. - Valor Eccl.

Under the heading “Livings Discharged”:- St. Dogwaels alias Dogwells V. Visitatione quolibet tertio anno, 1s. did. Sin. Archidiac., 2s. Ioid. quolibet anno. Val. in 16 aa. terr. gleb. fruet., &c. John Edwards, Esq., The King, 1729; Chantor and Chapter of St. Davids, 1756. Clear yearly value, £15. King  s Books, £4 16s. 0id. Bacon’s Liber Regis.

The tithes of St. Dogwells were leased on 26 July, 1580, to Thomas Edwards of the city of St. Davids, gent., for 21 years, at a rent of £3 6s. 8d. On 26 July, 1717, they were leased to John Edwards, Esq., for 21 years, at the same rent, and in 1731 another lease at the same rent and for a similar term was granted to John Edwards of Trefgarn, in the parish of St Dogwells, Esq., who was the ancestor of the Edwardes of Sealyham. - Chapter Records.

The parish of St. Dogwells was united with that of Little Newcastle by an Order in Council, dated 13 Jan, 1845.

On 17 March, 1906, a facility was granted for putting up a window in the chancel of St. Dogwells Church.

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St Edrins                         (894283)

Church now in private hands stands in a prehistoric henge (earthen ring) reached by “corpse roads”. Grass from Churchyard formerly used as a cure for mad dog bites.

There is little doubt, as the editor of Owen’s Pem. points out, that the church of St.Edrens is the Ecclesia de Treffdyauc  mentioned in the Taxatio as having been assessed in 1291 at £3 6s. 8d. for tenths to the King, the amount payable being 6s. 8d. This church is evidently the same benefice, which is called Trefnok in a statute of Bishop Reginald de Brian, and is therein stated to have been granted by Robert, son of Elyder, to the cathedral and canons of St. Davids - a gift which in 1278 Bishop Richard Carew confirmed to the canons. - Stat. Menev.

There appears to be no mention of this benefice in the Valor Eccl.  In 1594 it was a curacy in the patronage of the canons of St. Davids Cathedral. – Owen’s Pem.

Under the heading “Not in Charge”:- St. Ederns alias St. Edrins Cur. Church of St. Davids. £4 certified value. – Bacon’s Liber Regis.

An Order in Council was issued on 14 Sept., 1841, approving of the exchange of the patronage of the perpetual curacy of St. Edrens (owned by the dean and chapter of St. Davids Cathedral) for that of the rectory of St. Elvis, owned by the King.

On 19 Aug., 1907, a faculty was granted for the replacement of the floor of the sanctuary with tiles, and to provide new altar rails in the parish church.

Canon Payn, in his MS. called Collectanea Meneuensis, records a curious old tradition, which still remains in the memory of old persons, in connection with this church. The grass in the churchyard, he says, is in great esteem on account of its efficacy and wonderful effects in curing people, cattle, horses, sheep, and pigs, which have been bitten by mad dogs. The people cut the grass with a knife and eat it with bread and butter the cattle are turned in to graze; and no symptoms of madness have ever afterwards appeared, provided they would eat some quantity of the grass; but there have been some instances where horses and sheep would not graze in the churchyard and which died in a short time afterwards. This account is attested by persons of veracity resident in the neighbourhood. This account was given in 1811 by the Rev. John Jenkins, the vicar, [of St. Dogwells] but instances occurred in the time of Mr. Meyler, the vicar in 1840-1876, when persons came to the churchyard to eat the grass. Mr. Jenkins also stated in 1811 that there was a cavity in the chancel wall of the church, in which the persons put what they chose to pay for the grass, and these gifts were the perquisite of the parish clerk.

The earliest mention of the renting of this benefice among the records of St. David's Chapter is in the account of William Waryn, the communatius for 1490, which shows that the tenant in that year was Magister William ap Howell, the rent paid being 40s. On 26 July, 1615, George Bird of Coventry was granted a lease of the benefice for 21 years at the annual rent of £2 13s. 4d. In July, 1629, Nicholas Binks, clerk, one of the vicars choral of the cathedral, obtained a lease for 21 years at the same rent, but in 1660, when a lease for 21 years was granted to Thomas Philipps of Lampeter Velfrey, the rent was raised to £5 6s. 8d. In July, 1670, Richard Philipps of Haverfordwest obtained a lease for 21 years at the same rent, and in July, 1697, Philip Philipps of Lampeter Velfrey was granted a lease for a similar term at the same rent, but in addition had to pay the stipend of a curate to serve the church. In July, 1733, the rectory of St. Edrens was leased for 21 years to Thomas Philipps of the parish of Lampeter Velfrey, gent., at the yearly rent of £11 6s. 8d and in July, 1768, a lease was granted for the same term to Phillipps Philipps of Lampeter Velfrey at £5 6s. 8d rent and a stipend of £5 to the curate and a fine of £15 15s. In July, 1794, a lease for the same period and on the same conditions was granted to Thomas Philipps of Jeffreyston, Esq., the fine paid on this occasion being £21, this lease was renewed in July, 1801, by the same tenant for 21 years at the same rent, but the fine was £37. This last lease seems to have come into the possession of Rebecca Williams of the parish of St. Thomas, Haverfordwest, who in July 1809, was granted a new lease for 21 years on the surrender of the lease of 1801, the same rent being reserved but the fine being £88.

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St Elvis                     (813241)

Remains of St Teilo’s Well and Church with a pilgrims graveyard.

Legend that in the middle ages the sick were brought here and given the holy water then laid to rest in the shade of a cromlech; if they slept all would be well but if they were visited by Caladruis a ravenish bird of ill omen their chances were not good.

This benefice is a rectory and the patronage of it has from the earliest institution on record been in lay hands. In 1554 the patrons were Morgan Jones and John Wogan of Boulston, Pems., but in 1594 it was vested in Morgan Voel and was not appendant to any manor. – Owen’s Pem.

Subsequently the patronage came into the hands of the Crown, and in Sept., 1841, was by an Order in Council exchanged for that of the perpetual curacy of St. Edrens, owned by the dean and chapter of St. David's Cathedral.

Where seems little doubt that St. Elvis is identical with the church of Ivanelvech which with the church of Landebowen [possible Brawdy] is mentioned as having been assessed in 1291 at £3 6s. 8d. for tenths to the King, the sum payable being 6s. 8d. - Taxatio.

Llanayleviewe - Ecclesia cum rectoria mansione gleba & quatuor acris terre in dominicis ibidem ad domimlm Johannem Howell rectorem ejusdem ad collacionem Jahan-nis Longvile militis spectant valet per annum in omnibus emolimentis liijs iiijd inde sol in visitacione orcLinaria quolibet tercio anno et in visitacione archidiaconi quoLibet anno ijs vijd. St remanet dare 50s. 9d. Inde deeima 5s. 1d. - Valor Eccl.

Under the heading “Livings Discharged”: St. Elvis alias St. Elvies (Ilan Elfyw) R. (St. Teilaw). Val. in mans. gleb. 4 acr. tern in dom., &c. Prince of Wales. Clear yearly value, £7. King’s Books, £2 10s. 10d. The parish of St. Elvis was united with that of Whitchurch in Dewsland by an Order in Council dated 15 Jan., 1842.

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St Florence                 (835012)            (Jotting)

A pretty village with houses and cottages grouped around the church. The whole place has a real Little England- feel about it. Noted for the old Flemish chimney on the roadside. Gardens are a blaze of colour during the summer, and the village has an enviable reputation as a winner in the annual Wales-in-Bloom competition.

Acc/to Old Parish Churches - Salter.

The nave, chancel, north transept, and south transept and tower are all 13th century, and the porch is of c1300, East of the tower is a south chapel with a two bay arcade. On the north side of the chancel is a vaulted recess giving access to a vaulted vestry. (There were many times I robed before going out to take a Service in this vestry and I always thought of all those through the centuries who had robed there and asked their guidance).

This benefice originally comprised a rectory and vicarage both in the patronage of the Crown. In 1594 George Owen describes the rectory as a free church without care of souls.  Owen’s Pem. The vicarage was on 23 November 1860, united with the sinecure rectory under an Order in Council.

Described as Ecclesia de Sancto Florenco, this church was in 1201 assessed at £13 6s 8d, for tenths to the King, the sum payable being £1  6s. 8d. – Taxatio.

Ecclesia Sancti Florencii - Ecclesia ibidem ex collacione Regis unde Thomas Brytten est rector habens unam mansionem ibidem. St valent fructus hujus beneficii per annum svij  i Inde sol ordinario loci in visita-cione sua quolibet tercio anno ijs jjd ob. Et in visit-acione archidiaconi quolibet anno pro sinodalibus et procuracionibus vg ixd   t remanet clare £16 12s. 0d. Inde decima 33s. 2d. - Valor Eccl.

Vicaria Saneti Florencii. - Vicaria ibidem ex collacione episcopi Alenevensis unde Rogerus Whitting clericus est vicarius habens mansionem ibidem. Et valet vicaria de tercia parte orrmium frugum et emolimentorum annua-tim c8. Inde sol in ordinaria visitacione quolibet tercio anno viijd. Et in visitacione archidiaconi quolibet anno pro parte sua pro sinodalibus et procuracionibus xijd. Et remanet clare £4 18s 4d Inde decima 8s. 10d. -  Valor Eccl.

Under the heading  "Livings remaining in Charge":- St. Florence R. Visit. Ordinaria quolibet tertio almo, 2s. 2d. Syn. and Prox- quolibet antlo, 5s 8d. Rex olim Patr; St John's College, Cambridge. King’s Books, £16 12s. ad. Yearly tenths, £1 13s. 2d. - Bacon’s Liber Regis.

Under the heading  “Livings Discharged”:- St. Florence V. Ordinario quolibet tertio almo, 8d. Archidiac. Is. Episc. olim Patr.; the Reverend Dr. Peter Needham, the rector thereof, 1717; Edward Yardley, DD., rector, 1761. - Bacon’s Liber Regis.

The river Ritic used to be navigable up to the village but now the Village lies over two miles from the sea. But people living in Tenby, before the railway built in 1858 caused the river to silt up, could remember when boats were frequently taken up to St Florence and remains of an old wharf have been found.

1794 circa [St Petrox].

Extract from a Letter from Cha[rle]s Pigott Pritchett, rural dean of Pembroke, to William Stuart Bishop of St Davids:

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

Reverend T. Hancock, Vicar of St Florence  10s 6d.

Church in Wales MS AD/AET 1209

Pembrokeshire life 1572 1843

Acc/to C. J. Burns BA. The Church and Parish of St Florence.

INTRODUCTION

The picturesque village of St. Florence is situated three miles due west of Tenby on the banks of the Ritec stream. No main road passes through it. It lies midway between the two Tenby-Pembroke roads: the one via Sageston to the north and the other, the Ridgeway, forming the southern boundary of the Parish. Before the construction of the Tenby-Pembroke railway, when the Ritec was confined to a culvert, the river had a wide estuary, and local tradition avers that before the middle of the last century boats were taken up to St. Florence.

The compact village, in which modern houses and old cottages seem to blend naturally, surrounds the slightly elevated Church and churchyard on all sides. Some of the old cottages are remarkable for their massive round chimneys. These chimneys, sometimes mistakenly referred to as Flemish, ale a distinctive feature of the domestic architecture of this part of the country.

Although the chimneys are not Flemish, there are two place-names still in use in the village which are apparently Flemish words. Edward Laws, in Chapter IX of his “History of Little England beyond Wales” includes “drang” in his list of Pembrokeshire words with a Flemish origin. It means, he says, a narrow alley, and it is the same as the Dutch word for a crowd. There is a lane in St. Florence called “The Drang”. [A working drang still exists in Narberth and is known by that name. It connects St James Street with Spring Gardens and is displayed and identified as such on Google Earth. (Cenquest Ed. Note)]. A Miss Bevan at the Pembrokeshire Meeting of the Archaeological Association in 1884 referred to a pin-well in the Parish, in a field called “Verwel”. She stated that “verwelen” is a Flemish word for “vaulting” and deduced that the well had a vaulted roof. The name “Verwel” is still applied to some fields east of Elm Grove.

While on the subject of names attention might be drawn to some field-names which have about them a picturesque and possibly historical quality though their significance has long been forgotten. These names appear in the Schedule attached to the Agreement for the Commutation of Tithes in the Parish of St. Florence in 1840, and many if not most are still in use. They include: Upper and Lower Castles, Castle Moor (Jordaston Mountain); Ladyland; Scotland; Bloody Acre; Lilly Moor, Crack-well, Sinkhole, Pitty Park (New Inn, formerly New End); Tucking Meadow, Wogans Pool, Merchants Meadow, Court Meadow Lower Crimson, Haggard Park (Flemington); Night Park, Wind-mills, Dennis Hill, Golock Meadow (Minnerton); Starve Acre; Park Jet, Gutters Lake (Copy Bush); Bumbler Hay; Spain; Longstone; Amberwell; Digmanhays; Burnets Hill; Honeyland; Wormsons; Pepperwell - The absence of Welsh Place-names comes as no surprise to those who are aware of the linguistic division between North and South Pembrokeshire.

The name of the settlement prior to the thirteenth century is unknown. It has been proved conclusively (in Owen’s Pembrokeshire Part II., pp. 374-5, Note 2) that the “Tregoyr” stated by Fenton (in 1811) to be its “British” name was in fact a manor in the Liberty of Caer Went in Monmouthshire. In the early twelfth century “Book of Llandaff” the author of the Life of St. Teilo mentions in a list of “Churches given to St. Teilo”: Trefin Carn, “a village only, without a church”; Laithdy Teilo near Penalun (Penally), “on the banks of the Ritec, a village only”; Menechi, “on the banks of the Ritec, near Penalun”; Eccluis Gunniau (usually taken, on philogical grounds, to be Gumfreston), “where St. Teilo was born”. It is possible that Trefin Carn (Tref Carn) was the old name of the settlement. There is a natural outcrop of rock on the north-eastern boundary of the present Parish called “Carn Rock” and two adjacent fields within the Parish called “Carn Park”. But Preen Carnt at the time when the relevant part of the book of Llandaid was written, had no Church. Meneehi, by implication, had one, and there is architectural evidence that the nucleus of the present Church existed in the twelfth century. Beyond that is mere speculation.

The first known reference to “St. Florence” is to be found in the “Extent of the Lands of Walter Marshal, Earl of Pembroke” (who died in 1245), quoted in the so-called Inquisition post mortem 30 Edward (1366-7). This “Extent” was drawn up in 1248-9 as a return made to the Barons of the Exchequer of the estates left by Earl Walter, and in it the Lordship of “Sanctus Floreneius” is named after “rinbeghe” and before “Penbrok” under the heading “Penbroksyr”. Walter was the last but one of the five childless sons of William Marshal I (who had become Earl of Pembroke by marrying Isabel de Clare). On his death the vast possessions of the de Clares were divided among his sisters and Joan, the wife of Warine de Munchensv, received “the whole and Moiety of the County of Pembroke,” which included the Lordship of “St. flarence, all in demesne.” On her death her estates passed to her daughter Joan, who married William de Valence in 1247. Thus the “Extent” of 1248-9 would have served the purpose of defining the possessions of the new Earl of Pembroke, William de Valence.

The next known reference to St. Florence occurs in the Taxation Ecclesiastica authorised by Pope Nicholas circa 1291, when  Ecclesia de Sancto Florencio was assessed for tenths at £13 6s 8d, the sum payable being £1 6s 8d.

The dedication to St Florentius is unique to Britain, though many saints of this name are listed in Smith and Wace’s Dictionary of Christian Biography. It is likely that the Pembrokeshire saint is the Saint Florent (said to have been a friend of St. Martin of Tours) who was commemorated on September 22 at St. Florent-le-Viel and afterwards at the Abbey of Saint Florent in Saumur (Maine-et-Loire). (A letter to Browne Willis from Stephen Lewis, a priest at St. David’s, dated 1720, mentions of St. Florence “ye festival observed on ye next Sunday to St Matthew’s Day”, i.e. in the octave September 21-28.) There are several other dedications to St. Florent in the Loire Valley, and in this area lay the medieval domains of Anjou and Poitu. It was from Poitu that the two brothers Aymer de Valence (the elder, later Bishop of Winchester) and William (soon to be Earl of Pembroke) came, in 1247 to England.

William and Joan had a special interest in Tenby and are credited with the building of St. John’s Hospital in that town. It is tempting to think that they interested themselves in the village church a few miles away, carried out the enlargements described below in the architectural History, and re-dedicated it to a saint who enjoyed popularity in Williams native area. However, since William did not come to England until 1247 and the “Extent” of Walter Marshals lands (mentioning St. Florence) dates from 1248, there does not seem to have been much time for an interest in an obscure Welsh village church to develop.

Before its division shortly after 1245 the Earldom of Pembroke had incorporated the Lordship of Striguil near Monmouth. Shortly after the Conquest William Fitz Osbern built a castle at Striguil. His son Roger who succeeded him had to forfeit his estates after he had taken part in an unsuccessful rebellion against the King in 1075, and the Lordship passed to Wihenoc the Breton. This man founded a Priory at Monmouth and gave it to the monks of the Abbey of St. Florent at Saumur. (The Prior in the Middle Ages was always a Saumur monk; Wihenoc eventually became a monk at Saumur himself.) In 1115 Henry I gave a marcher lordship centred at Striguil to Walter Fitz Richard (de Clare). Walter died without an heir and Stephen later conferred the lordship on his nephew Gilbert (“Strongbow”) de Clare and made him Earl of Pembroke. Thus a dedication to St. Florentius was not unknown to the Earls of Pembroke before the time of William de Valence. It should also be noticed that a brother of Arnulph de Montgomery, Normon conqueror of South Pembrokeshire, was Robert “of Poitu”.

William de Valence received in his Earldom the Lordship of St. Florence (together with Castlemartin and Tenby) and the baronies of Pembroke, Carew, Dungleddy and Manorbier. On his death Joan remained Countess in her own right until she died in 1307. Then the Earldom, including the manors of St. Florence Tenby and “Coytrath” passed to her son Aymer. The manor of St. Florence, valued at £33.14.0, heads the list of manors assigned to Mary, his widow, in dower, after his death in 1324. The remainder of Aymers estates passed to his great-nephew, Laurence de Hastings, who became Earl of Pembroke. (It is in the “Extent” of the latters inheritance that “Tregoyr” was mentioned, to the confusion of Fenton.)

On Mary’s death the Manor of St. Florence reverted to the Earldom which, in its turn, after a series of reversions to the Crown in the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries, eventually passed to the Herbert family in 1468. St. Florence is listed in the “Inquisitio post mortem Sir William Herbert” (1470-1) as one of his lordships. Fenton quotes a “Grant of the Herbage of St. Florence Park” made by his son in 1478.

The Park is described by Leland in his “itinerary” (c. 1536-9); “Cumming from Llanfeth (Lamphey) towards Tinbeghe I rode by a ruinous waulle of a parke sumtime longging to Syr Rhese (ap Thomas), now voide of dere. In the parke is veri lithe or no hye woode, but shrubbis and fyrris, like as in the parkes about Carew, waullid with stones. The Church of St. Florein and tounlet is in a botom by the Parke”. One of the farms in the Parish is still called “Park Walls”.

George Owen in his “Description of Pembrokeshire” (1594) mentions St. Florence as one of the six Pembrokeshire “parcae olim ferme sed nunc vacuae sive dirute”. By this time St. Florens had become a royal manor owned by Elizabeth. He lists the Church as being (then) in the Deanery of Pembroke, “a free Church without cure of souls” under the patronage of the Queen.

Before closing this section reference might be made to some documents of interest in 1527-8 St. Florence was assessed for two fees under the “Tallage for the Redemption of the Great Sessions” i.e., a payment compounded to avoid Sessions being held by itinerant judges more than once in three years. The two St. Florence fees were “kings fee” and “Jordanston fee” making a total of eighteen shillings.  An Indenture dated 1543 acknowledges receipt by the Commissary of the Bishop of St. David’s and the Sheriff of Pembrokeshire from the Parish of St. Florence the sum of 22 1/2d. paid of the devotion of the people for defense against the Turk. “Turk” was a generic term for pirate. Even a hundred years later the Mayor of Exeter complained that the "Turks had roamed the streets of Penzance, abducting women and children at will". (Lewis: History of the British Navy).

Details of the Hearth Tax paid in 1670 by Pembrokeshire householders are printed in “West Wales Historical Records” Vol. X. In “St. Flawrence” Parish there were 29 households liable for tax and 27 certified paupers exempt. Three names are of interest: William Williams (I) Gentleman of Ivy Tower (4 hearths); David Tancke; and James Browning. Ivy Tower in the seventeenth, eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries was the residence of the local “squire”. It was a large estate and probably represented much of the medieval manor “Tancke” is an old St. Florence name and is perpetuated in “Tanks Aisle” in the Church. The name “Brunning” (=Browning) occurs regularly in the churchwardens accounts and appears in the nineteenth century Commutation Schedule. James, in his Guide to the Church, says that the South Chancel chapel was known (in the 1930s) as “Brinnings Aisle”.

111. ARCHITECTURAL HISTORY.

The village churches of this part of the country are often described as quaint, meaning that they have all kinds of curious features, particularly small side chapels, unexpected recesses and passages, mumbled together without obvious arrangement. Such peculiarities arise from additions to the building in stages over the centuries, and St. Florence Church provides a good example of this process.

The earliest building was a typical 12th-century village church consisting simply of nave and chancel. The nave of this Norman church forms the western half of the existing nave, for its eastern angles can be found in the outer wall faces, giving standard internal proportions with the length one and a half times the width (27 ft. x 18 ft.) one of its windows still remains west of the south door, though the glazed opening has been made larger than it was originally. The Norman chancel stood in the area between the arched openings of the chapels on each side of the present nave, and it was probably apsidal in shape. Two other features surviving from that period are the square font (re-set on a modern plinth) and a pillar stoup. The latter, standing now in the south porch, is in two pieces re-united after long mis-use as a gatepost and a doorstop in nearby houses; it resembles a pillar-stoup at Kilpeek, Herefordshire, a notable unaltered Norman church.

To make space for an increasing population, the church was enlarged in the following century by building a new square-ended chancel to the east of the Norman chancel which was then demolished so that the nave could be extended eastwards to join it. Both parts of this 13th century church were probably vaulted over with plain stone pointed-barrel vaults, though only the chancel vault remains In the north wall of the chancel is the priests door blocked by a later addition.

Following the extension of the nave, a chapel was added on its south side and another on the north (afterwards rebuilt). Each was provided with a squint through the east wall of the nave to give a view of the altar, though the later removal of this wall has meant that only the outer jambs of these squints survive below the springing of the present chancel arch. The south chapel also has a passage-squint into the chancel built across the angle between the two, as is found in several other local churches such as Penally or Lawrenny. The deep bay of the east window of this chapel was intended for an altar which was also provided with an aumbry or possibly a piscina to one side. The low position of this recess draws attention to the raising of the general floor level (apart from the chancel) in the l9th-century, making the aumbry level with the floor and the passage-squint too low to walk through. Though the tower over part of this chapel is a later addition, the lower part of the stone stair built into the south east corner is an original feature and was probably intended to provide access to the rood loft across the east end of the nave, for which supporting corbels still survive.

Several additions and alterations were made in the 15th century. The first of these was the little bay on the north side of the chancel, possibly built for a chantry altar, this unusual feature is also found in this position in such other Pembrokeshire churches as Nevern or Robeston West. Whatever its original purpose, it became a means of access to the vestry or chapel built against the north wall of the chancel. Here it is interesting to note how the vaulted roof was constructed to rest against the earlier chancel wall on arches and corbels; the outside door and the window are modern. About this time the south porch was built, similarly vaulted, and was provided with seating and a holy-water stoup.

Towards the end of the 15th century or possibly early in the following century the chapel on the south side of the chancel was added and two arches erected between them. These four-centred arches show an attempt by a local mason working in hard local stone to imitate current styles usually executed in free-stone; closely similar work with the same shield ornament can be seen at Ludchurch and St. Dogwells, possibly by the same mason. The modern roof of this chapel is rather lower than the original one. After the two arches had been built, the earlier east wall of the nave with its narrow chancel arch was removed to open out the full width of the chancel to the rest of the church; the remarkable overhang of the vaulting behind the pulpit results from this replacing of the wall with the high and wide chancel arch seen today.

In the same period about the year 1500, the tower was built on top of the older south transceptal chapel. The vault built to support it rests on arches inserted against the west wall and on the thickened east wall. The older stair in the corner was then continued upwards to serve the upper floors. The parapet rests on a moulded string-course with gargoyles at the angles, both rather unusual features locally. Other local churches show similar instances of a tower being added on top of an existing chapel about this same period, Gumfreston, Manorbier and Amroth among them.

Probably late in the 16th century or soon afterwards, the chapel north of the nave was rebuilt, and the name long associated with it (Tanks Aisle) suggests a local family rebuilt it for a private pew and burial vault. The blocked window in its east wall together with the relatively thinner walls are pointers to this sort of date for it. The chapel is now used as a vestry.

The restoration undertaken about 1870 was extensive, for all the windows were given new stonework and the north door was renewed when much of the north wall of the nave was rebuilt; the south doorway was also restored. New roofs were put on the nave and south chancel chapel, and the quoins were rebuilt. As was mentioned above, the floor level of the nave and chapels was raised by about 3 ft; previously one stepped down into the church, a result of the progressive rise in the churchyard level. The sanctuary steps were also inserted at that time and the stone pulpit provided.

One or two features call for some explanation. On the out-side wall west of the north door is a Shallow arched recess built against the wall: most probably this was intended to frame a memorial slab and is not likely to be older than the 18th century. In the south chapel below the tower are two square holes Opposite each other, extending right through the thick walls. These holes have aroused much curiosity, but it is most likely that they were provided for a tie-beam or tie-rod needed to brace the walls to-gether during the construction of the tower and the vault on top of the chapel walls.

IV. THE BELLS

The tower contains a fine ring of six bells. The oldest, the fifth, dates from 1639. There is a similar bell at Manorbier of the same date. (There was a third bell of the same date and foundry at Penally. A rubbing of the inscription was taken by the founders who recast it in 1877.) Both the St. Florence and Manor-bier bells bear the founders initials, TS. the full name of “TS” is unknown, but was probably a Gloucester master-founder. The same initials are to be found on bells in Gloucestershire, notably the two largest bells at St. Mary Redcliffe, Bristol. Three of the Gloucestershire bells, like the one at St. Florence, have the inscription “Soli Deo Detur Gloria”. it is unusual to find the date inscribed in full - D.F. and W.S. are the initials of the “Guardiani” or churchwardens, and it is very likely that they stand for Devereux Ferrier and William Shears, two names appearing in the Hearth Tax list referred to above and constantly in churchwardens accounts.

The churchwardens accounts for 1799 to 1824 are preserved in the Church and show that the bells used to be rung during this period on three special occasions annually: June 4th (the anniversary of the accession of George III); February 24th (the anniversary of the French surrender at Fishguard); and November 5th. On each occasion one shilling was paid for ale for the ringers.

In 1963 the interior of the tower was restored and the renovated peal was brought up to six bells. The cannons of the 1639 bell were retained because of their antiquity. The inscriptions and weights of the bells are as follows:

Treble (33 cwt.): Given by N. G. Skone, The Sun Inn, St Florence. R. W. Thomas, Rector; N. G. Skone, W. J. Henwood, Churchwardens, 1963. John Taylor & Co., Founders, Loughborough

Second (44 cwt.): Given by D. F. Morgan, Crossways, St Florence. R. W. Thomas, Rector; N. G. Skone, W. J. Henwood, Churchwardens, 1963. John Taylor & Co., Founders, Loughborough

Third (5 cwt.): Barwell, Founder, Birmingham, 1890

Fourth (62 cwt.): John Rudhall, Glocester, Fect. 1813

Fifth (72 cwt.):Soli Deo Detur Gloriat TS

           DF WS GAR: April 8 1639

Tenor (9 cwt.): Cohn Rudhall, Glocester, Fect. 1813

The glass of the church is undistinguished. The east window, and the south window in the south transept, are memorials to George William Hirkett, Vicar of St. Florence for forty eight years. Of this well-loved man there is a detailed description in the “Random Recollections” of George Huntingtons Rector of Tenby. Here we have a picture of a scholarly man, living in rural peace, escaping preferment, yet attentive of his pastoral duties. The Church Choir was his special pride. (He appointed his servants on the quality of their singing). When Dr. I. B. Dykes visited St. Florence he was asked by Birkett, in all seriousness, whether he thought the singing at Durham Cathedral was really better than at St. Florence. He installed an organ in the Church and was responsible for the nineteenth century restoration. When he came to St. Florence, “cocks and hens roosted in the Church, and a horse was kept in the Porch for want of a stable; in the midst of the village was a cock-pit where the farmers met to bet”. He rebuilt the parsonage to plans drawn up by his wife. When he came to St. Florence from Durham he found it easier and cheaper to take a boat from Liverpool to Dublin, travel by road to Wexford, take another boat to Milford Haven, and travel by road from Pennar Pill.

The west window contains the glass removed from the east window which was originally a memorial to Orlando Harris Williams (died 1840) who married the heiress of William Williams (III) of Ivy Tower. The stained glass in the window east of the south door is a memorial to John Leach of Ivy Tower, who died in 1876.

The oldest monument in the Church stands just south of the altar in the Chancel Chapel. It commemorates Griffith Toy, Rector of St. Florence, who died in 1601. His connection with Humphrey Toy, the Elizabethan printer, cannot be conclusively proved, even by reference to Lewis Dwnns “Heraldic Visitations”.

Also in the South Chancel Chapel is a very large stone memorial to -John Williams, Senior- who died in 1704, aged 72. His arms include the three horse-shoes which suggest that he was connected with the Williams family of Ivy Tower.

On the north-east wall of the Chancel is a brass plate commemorating Robert Rudd, a sinecure Rector of St. Florence who seems to have spent most of his life in Pembrokeshire. In 1607 he was appointed Archdeacon of St. Davids. During the Civil War he remained a staunch episcopalian and royalist. According to the account of Edward Yardley, a later Rector, his house at St. Davids was destroyed, and in March 1644, when Tenby was taken by Parliament, he and Lieut. Col. Butler, High Sheriff, were regarded as important prisoners. He was forced, as a “malignant priest”, to resign his archdeaconry and retire to St. Florence. “But,” says Yardley, “ye malice of his enemies would not let him be at rest; and they dragged ye venerable old man from his house and imprisoned him in a guardship.” He was buried in the Chancel of St. Florence Church.

The brass is divided vertically into two parts. The first half contains an “Epitaphium Choriambicum” by R.L. (possibly Richard Lucy, a later Rector). The Latin may be translated as follows:

Sacred to the memory of Robert Rudd, Bachelor of Sacred Theology, who died October, 1648, a Choriambic Epitaph by R. L.

Hark reader! Here lies the late Archdeacon of St. Davids, the first and the last. The first, if you consider his merits, of them all; the last, if you have regard to their actual number.

Having been inclined to the highest moral pursuits for fifty-nine years (no less), he lived a bachelor in this holy place, in which he preached to the faithful, with the greatest discernment, the Testaments of God up to the time when the excesses of the age became so great that the whole people of England carried on amongst themselves internal warfare beyond measure.

Alas, the shame! The brother is now enemy to his brothers, and the son to his father. But likewise the religion of God has been profaned; they seize upon sacred things and at the same time they sweep themselves away like sacrifices.

This man, honest, learned, peaceable, celebrated for his good character, (but all his property having first been seized), the common soldiers cast into prison and confine in a small garrison ship. From that time weakness from the gout troubles him, and bears him down, enfeebled by age, as he is already a wretched old man. Yet dying at last he obtained Peace, and takes in Heaven the delights he could not find on Earth.

The right-hand portion of the brass, translated, reads:

The noble Robert Williams, grandson by his only daughter of the Most Reverend Robert Ferrar, at one time Bishop of St. Davids, who, for the sake of his religion, breathed out his life in flames at Carmarthen , in the reign of Mary, 1555, lies here.

By whom lies Elizabeth, his wife, niece by his sister of the Most Venerable Robert Rudd.

In Christ peacefully they found rest, unblemished in life, undefiled by wickedness, contented in their days. About the year of Salvation, 1655, William Williams, their heir and only son erected this.

The Robert Williams mentioned was the son of Lewis Williams, Rector of Narbeth, who married the daughter of Bishop Ferrar. A slab below the monument records the Williams family 1758, the year of the death of William Williams who caused the monument above to be erected.

The third William Williams (1736-1813) was the late Williams of Ivy Tower. He restored the monument in 1767 and is himself buried in the north-west corner of the churchyard. Laws description of him in “Little England Beyond Wales” (p. 395) accords well with the impression one forms of him from reading his letters to Theophilus Jones of Brecon (printed in “Archaeologia Cambrensis,” 1858). “Among the earliest (friends of Tenby) was William Williams of Ivy Tower . . ., a wealthy man, notorious for eccentricity of conduct, but for all that benevolent and very highly educated for the time and plane in which he lived.” He was exceedingly jealous of his family honour and descent from Bishop Ferrar. In Tenby he lived in what is now the Gatehouse Hotel and did much to establish the popularity of the town as a watering-place at the beginning of the last century. He wrote a “Primitive History” dealing with the chronologies of the ancient Greeks, Egyptians and Hebrews. In dealing with the spot where Noahs Ark rested he writes, “Mount Maris in Arlrenia could not have been the scene of disembarkation. Elephants, buffaloes, camels, horses, asses could never have safely descended thence”! At the time of writing he was engaged he says in a translation of the New Testament. He had completed Matthew, “but from decayed constitution at 74 years old and avocations, I much fear that I shall not finish it, exceedingly requisite as it is.”

On the external wall of the South Porch is a memorial of members of the Hendy family of Flemington and there are monuments to the Lock family of East Jordeston inside and out side the Church. On the external west wall of the Church is a monument to John Price, formerly of Pennar, Pembroke, who died in 1803 aged 102 and to his wife who was 104 when she died. (Another member of the family is recorded in the Burial Register of 1843 as being 99 when he died).

In the churchyard on the west of the path leading to the north door is the large monument to Philemon Hicks, Vicar, who died in 1794. Nearby is the grave of Thomas Hancock, his successor. The handwriting of both can be seen in the Register of Burials and Baptisms 1763-1812, preserved in the Church. The last entry being “Note 94 buried in this book by me T. Hancock”. The first Marriage Register kept in the Church goes back to 1755 when Thomas Eynon was Vicar. There is a delightful picture of Hancock quoted by Huntington. “A venerable Archdeacon, a native of Pembrokeshire, remembers seeing Parson Hancock sitting with Farmer Williams on each side of the fire, with a long clay pipe and a mug of ale on each hob, the parson in wig and buckles.”

In the north-east corner of the churchyard is a vault containing the remains of members of the family of Capt. Henry Duncan, R.N., who lived at Ivy Tower and Park House, Tenby. Capt. Duncans elder daughter married John Myers. There were three Capt. Henry Duncans in the Royal Navy at the beginning of the nineteenth century. The one referred to on this monument seems to be the officer who was appointed Captain in 1802 and who died in the same year. It appears unlikely that he ever lived in St. Florence.

The Church Plate is modern and comprises a Chalice inscribed “The Church Cup of St Florence in the year 1772”; a Paten hall-marked 1834 and inscribed “St. Florence Church, 1853”; a Flagon, hall-marked 1853 and inscribed with the same date; a Credence Paten, hall-marked 1845 and inscribed “Eccl. de Sancto Florenciot I. H. S. Jan. 10, 1846”; a Wafer Box inscribed  “To the Glory of God and in Memory of Esther James, St. Florence Rectory. At Rest. Good Friday, 1919.”

The final item is a memorial of the humble service performed by the laity in perpetuating the work of the Church. The Parish Chest still in the Church dates from 1813. An extract from “The Disbursement of George Ferrier and Alexander Morgans Church Wardens and Overseers from May 7th, 1813 to May 6th, 1814” reads:

pd. Mr. Herd for the Iron Chest.

pd. Mr. Yalden for the Iron Chest as per Bill.

Do. for a letter for the Payment of the Money.

pd. Thomas Rees for carrying ye Iron Chest from Pembroke.

HISTORY OF THE LIVING.

The benefice, as far back as its history can be traced, comprised a sinecure rectory and a vicarage. Until the end of the fifteenth century the patronage of the rectory was apparently in the hands of the Lords of the Manor (the Earls of Pembroke), or the crown when the earldom lapsed. In Owen’s time it was in the hands of the Crown, though he does not, as in the case of some other Pembrokeshire churches, designate it “Rectoria”. Usually the rectors appointed the vicars.

In the “Valor Ecclesiastics” (1535-6) Ecclesia Sancti Florencii - is stated to be a Rectory under the King’s patronage. Thomas Brytten was Rector with a house there, and the value of the benefice was £17. The vicarage was (then, at least) under the patronage of the Bishop of St. Davids. Roger Whitting was Vicar, with a house there, and his benefice was worth a third of the Rectory.

Thomas Brytten was followed in the Rectory by William Roberts and in 1557 Peter Hed was presented by Philip and Mary. Griffith Toy, whose monument has been mentioned, was instituted by Queen Elizabeth in 1577. In 1601 the Lord Chancellor presented Robert Rudd to the Rectory. The Lord Chancellor, Sir Thomas Egerton, two years later gave the advowson to John Williams, a Fellow of St. John's College, Cambridge. The story is that the Lord Chancellor told Williams, who was a Procter at Cambridge when he visited it, that he was “fit to serve a king” and presented him at Court. From then on Williams enjoyed the favour of James I, became Keeper of the Great Seal, received many benefices and much preferment, and was a noted pluralist of the time. He eventually became Archbishop of York and one of his upward steps was the Archdeaconry of Carmarthen. In addition to that of the sinecure Rectory of St. Florence, Williams had also been given by James the advowson of the sinecure Rectory of Aberdaron. He had also bought the advowsons of Freshwater, Isle of Wight, and Soulderne in Oxfordshire. In 1624 he presented these four advowsons to his old College at Cambridge, together with over £2,000 to build the Library, and lands to endow fellowships and scholarships. Thus the patronage of St. Florence Rectory (i.e. the right of appointing Rectors) passed to St. John's College, Cambridge, and the Rector had the right of appointing the Vicar. The College enjoyed the patronage until 1920, when it passed to the Church in Wales by the Disestablishment and Disendowment Act.

In 1840 an apportionment in lieu of Tithes was made in the Parish in accordance with the Tithes Commutation Act. The Parish was estimated to contain 2,447 acres, of which 2,020 was meadow or pasture land, 27 acres woodland (and free of tithes), and the remaining 400 acres arable. In the normal 2-1 proportion the rectorial glebe was 20 acres and the vicarial glebe 10. The rector is entitled to in lieu of the Tithe of Milk nine days skim milk made into cheese at Easter, Midsummer and Michaelmas payable by each occupier and rendered to the Rector when fit for use. The vicar is entitled to one half penny for every yearling calf dropped in the parish, for every yearling colt fourpence, for every yearling filly threepence, for every hen one egg, for each cock two eggs, for each duck one egg, for each drake two eggs, for every dairy of two cows if milked sixpence, if dry fourpence. £160 by way of rent-charge was payable to the Rector and £80 to the Vicar.

In 1860 St. John’s College, Cambridge and the then Rector Thomas Salwey, consented to a scheme of the Ecclesiastical Commissioners by which it was proposed to the Crown that when the vicarial living next became vacant the sinecure rectory and vicarage should be united, to form one benefice with cure of souls, by the name of the Rectory of St. Florence, with the patronage of the consolidated benefice in the hands of the College. This was approved by the Crown. But the Vicar (G. W. Birkett) and the Rector (T. Salwey) died within the same week in 1877 and the union of the two benefices could not take place. In 1878 the College presented E. J. S. Rudd to the Rectory on the understanding that he would present himself to the Vicarage, which he accordingly did. When Rudd moved from St. Florence in 1884,  G. T. Lermit was instituted Rector of the Consolidated Benefice in 1885.

………………………………

George William Birkett, Vicar of St.Florence, Pembrokeshire.

A memoir of Birkett, under the above title, is included in George Huntingtons now regretfully neglected book, Random Recollections, published in 1896. Huntington was rector of Tenby and a minor author of considerable repute in his day.

“Dear old Mr.Birkett”, as he was called by his parishioners, was the son of a vicar of Stanton by West Hartlepool, who required his son each morning to light the fire, prepare the early breakfast of oatmeal porridge, and be ready for his first lesson at 5 o’clock. Latin, Greek and divinity would be studied until a later breakfast at 8.30 followed by an hours work in the garden, further study until one, then dinner, after which his father went about his parochial duties. Having taken his degree at St. John College, Cambridge, Birkett became curate at Oswestry, whose vicar being sinecure rector of St.Florence appointed him vicar of that parish in 1828. He found his best route for travelling to that remote Pembrokeshire parish from his Durham home was by the Liverpool packet steamer to Westford, to re-cross the Irish Sea to Milford Haven and thence in a rowing boat to Pembroke and thence to St.Florence.

The church, Birkett discovered, was in a ruinous state. The cocks and hens roosted in the building, and a horse was stabled in the porch. The church was restored; a vicarage was built planned by his wife. And here in this out of the way place Birkett lived the life of a parish priest in the tradition of George Herbert. Medical skills he had picked up at Oswestry meant he doctored all the poorer parishioners, he made wills, drew up indentures, reconciled disputes, discouraged litigation, established a benefit club to encourage thrift, recommended the well conducted youth for situations, and excommunicated the offenders! His hobby was his church choir, and Huntington noted that many suggested that in engaging a servant what mattered more than skill in cooking or housekeeping was a good voice and aptness to sing. He even arranged an annual concert for his choir at Tenby, giving them a good supper, conducting it himself, and purchasing white gloves for all the singers.

Birkett kept up his scholarship. Huntington once took Bishop Ellicott of Gloucester to meet him. Over tea a respectful Birkett conversed on the respective merits of Gladstone's and Lord Derby's translation of Homer. As the two guests left, Ellicott remarked to Huntington that Birkett had not only retained his scholarship in the forty-five years he had spent in that remote village, he had positively gone on with the critical scholarship of the day. He also tried his hand at poetry, but without much success.

Archdeacon Allen of Salop, a former pupil of his, wrote:

“He came to St. Florence to do the will of Him that sent him, not in a spirit of self-assertion, but taking cheerfully the lowest place. He was one of the holdfast of society. All, that came under his happy influence were, as I think, helped and stirred up to love and good works.” And Huntington concludes: “The beauty of his character was its simplicity, and nothing could induce him to go from his early hours and quiet habits. He lived among his people, visited them from house to house, and had a kind word and a kinder smile for the children. His preaching was calm and unimpassioned, but instructive, often flavoured with old world-scholarship which he never obtruded, but could not always keep back. He was on the best terms with all his parishioners, Dissenters included: the resident preacher was his guest at his tithe dinners, and used to propose the parsons health. In this diocese there lived no more faithful minister of God, no more earnest, true childlike Christian, than the vicar of St. Florence.” (From Welsh Church Life June 1997 by Roger Brown).

In 1923 the Vicarage of Redberth was united with the Rectory of St. Florence.

PARISH AND PROPERTY                SURNAME             FORENAMES

St Florence Black Hill Harry Thomas (tenant)
St Florence Black Hill Reed Sarah (owner)
St Florence Black Hill Williams William (owner)
St Florence Bloody Area Gibbon David (owner)
St Florence Borough of Hill Shears John (owner)
St Florence Burnets Hill Lock George (owner)
St Florence Burnots Hill Phillips John (owner)
St Florence Cann Reynolds Thomas & David (owner)
St Florence Castle Parry John (owner)
St Florence Castle Price Richard (owner)
St Florence Castles Brunning Joseph (tenant)
St Florence Castles Loch George (owner)
St Florence Causeway Brunning Joseph (tenant)
St Florence Causeway Williams Henry (owner)
St Florence Cherry Land Reynolds Thomas & David (owner)
St Florence Cross House Lewis Thomas (tenant)
St Florence Cross House Lock Widdow (owner)
St Florence Dunn's Land Dunn Thomas (owner)
St Florence Flayton Hamilton Sir William (owner)
St Florence Flayton Rogers William (tenant)
St Florence Flimington Hendy Widdow (owner)
St Florence Fordaston Campbell John (owner)
St Florence Fordaston Loch George (tenant)
St Florence Fordaston Lock George (tenant)
St Florence Harries Land Harries George (owner)
St Florence Hill and new Meadow David John (tenant)
St Florence Hill and new meadow Williams William (owner)
St Florence Hills Shears John (owner)
St Florence Honiland Rees Lewis (tenant)
St Florence Honiland Williams William
St Florence House and Garden Prout George (owner)
St Florence House and Garden Thomas Lewis (tenant)
St Florence House and Garden Williams Mrs Martha (owner)
St Florence Ivy Tower Williams William (owner)
St Florence Jordaston Mountain Campbell John (owner)
St Florence Jordaston Mountain Thomas Widdow (tenant)
St Florence Lawlis Land Lawlis Widdow (owner)
St Florence Lawlis Land Phillip John (tenant)
St Florence Lime Kilns Tank Margarett (owner)
St Florence Lime Kilns Dunn John (owner)
St Florence Long Meadow Ferrier Morgan (tenant)
St Florence Long Meadow Williams William (owner)
St Florence Long Stone Williams William (owner)
St Florence Long Stone Williams William (tenant)
St Florence Lord and Meadow of the Mill Gwyther John (tenant)
St Florence Lord and Meadow of the Mill Milford Lord (owner)
St Florence Middle Hall Shears John (tenant)
St Florence Middle Hall Williams Wm (owner)
St Florence Minneston Campbell John (owner)
St Florence Minneston Ferrier Widdow (tenant)
St Florence New Inn Campbell John (owner)
St Florence New Inn Eavans Widdow (tenant)
St Florence Park gett Edwards Jane? (owner)
St Florence Park gett Gibbon David (tenant)
St Florence Parkwell Owens Arthur (owner)
St Florence Parkwell Owens William (tenant)
St Florence Parkyett Long John (tenant)
St Florence Parkyett Smith William (owner)
St Florence Parsonage Fromton Thomas (owner)
St Florence Parsonage Shears John (tenant)
St Florence Peppor W?ill Milliard Thomas (owner)
St Florence Red Down Hambleton? Sir William (owner)
St Florence Red Down Rogers Thomas (tenant)
St Florence Ricketts Corse Jones of Vaughan (owner)
St Florence Ricketts Corse Lock George (tenant)
St Florence Scarlette Shears John (owner)
St Florence Sink Hole and Borrowy Wade Edward (owner)
St Florence Sink Hole of Slade Mathias John
St Florence Tank Land Tank Margarett (owner)
St Florence The Back Tank Margarett (owner)
St Florence Vicarage Hicks Rev. Mr (owner)
St Florence Wall Park Harries George (tenant)
St Florence Wall Park Williams James (owner)
St Florence West Fordeston Campbell John (owner)
St Florence West Fordeston Webb James (tenant)
St Florence West Hill Rogers Thomas (owner)
St Florence West House Reynolds Thomas & David (owner)
St Florence West Park Lock George (tenant)
St Florence West Park Morgan Mrs (owner)
St Florence West Park House Fender (the late) Arthur (owner)
St Florence West Park House Rogers John (tenant)
St Florence Williams Land David William (tenant)
St Florence Williams Land Price Richard (owner)
St Florence Wormston Lock George (tenant)
St Florence Wormston Morris Thomas (owner)
St Florence Wormston Park Williams Arthur (owner)
St Florence borrough Brunning Joseph (tenant)
St Florence borrough Cook Lawrence (owner)
St Florence late Ball Land Harries George (owner)
St Florence late Ball Lands Williams William (owner)
St Florence late Ferrier Land Brunning Joseph (tenant)
St Florence late Ferrier Land Dunn Thomas (owner)
St Florence late Ferrier Land Harries George (owner)
St Florence late Ferrier Land Williams Mrs Martha (owner)
St Florence late Ferrier Lands Williams William (owner)
St Florence late Geo. Marchant land Reynold Thomas & David (owner)
St Florence late Geo. Marchant land Shears John (owner)
St Florence late Gibbon Land Brunning Joseph (tenant)
St Florence late Gibbon Land Dunn Thomas (owner)
St Florence late Gibbon Land Williams Mrs Martha (owner)
St Florence late Gibbon Lands Williams William (owner)

1670 Pembrokeshire Hearths.
Adams               Richard     St Flawrence    p (name appears 2*)                                                           

Bishop              Thomas      St Flawrence   p

Bishop              William      St Flawrence   p

Bishop              Thomas      St Flawrence   h2

Browning            James      St Flawrence   h1

Cutburne            Edward    St Flawrence     p

David               Symon       St Flawrence    p

Fender              William     St Flawrence    h2

Fender              John           St Flawrence    h2

Fender              Margret      St Flawrence    p

Ferrier             Deverux      St Flawrence    h3

Ferrier             Deverux      St Flawrence    h2

George              Josua         St Flawrence    h2

Gibbon              William    St Flawrence      h2

Griffith            Owen         St Flawrence     p

Griffith            Morrice      St Flawrence     h3

Griffith            Henry         St Flawrence     h3

Hilling             Mathew      St Flawrence     p

Howell              Lewis        St Flawrence     h3

Howell              Patricke     St Flawrence     h1

Hutching            John         St Flawrence     h3

Jermin              Reynold     St Flawrence     p

Kething             Joane         St Flawrence     p

Leach               Thomas      St Flawrence     p

Lewis               Edward       St Flawrence     h1

Lewis               Rice            St Flawrence     p

Lewis               John            St Flawrence     p

Long                Thomas       St Flawrence      p

Lort                Abra              St Flawrence     h1

Mende               Henry         St Flawrence     h1

Onekar              Paull           St Flawrence      h2

Owen                Thomas       St Flawrence     p

Perrot              John              St Flawrence     h5

Phillip             David            St Flawrence     p

Price               Walter           St Flawrence     p

Prichard            Richard       St Flawrence     p

Reynold             David         St Flawrence     h1

Reynold             William      St Flawrence       p

Sheere              Anne            St Flawrence     h1

Smith               Paull             St Flawrence     h1

Smith               Robert          St Flawrence      h2

Smith               Robert          St Flawrence       h1

Stephen             John            St Flawrence      p

Tancke              David          St Flawrence      h1

Tarre               Morris           St Flawrence      h1

Tarre               David            >St Flawrence      h2

Tasker              Anne            St Flawrence      h2

Tayler              William        St Flawrence      p

Thomas              Dorothy     St Flawrence      p

Treawent            Henry        St Flawrence       p

Vaughan             John          St Flawrence       p

Vaughan             Margret     St Flawrence       h1

Webbe               Anne          St Flawrence        p

William             Maude        St Flawrence        p

Williams            William     St Flawrence          h1

Sheares             William      St Flawrence      h5

Clergy:

Ace                 John                             1391                St Florence  rector                     

Kermerdyn           John                       1393  Jun 9     St Florence  rector

  Hasley              Edward                      1488 Mar 20     St Florence  rector

Barton              Ralph                          1490  Jan 17    St Florence  rector

White               John                            1493  Jan 23    St Florence  rector

Rogers              James                         1505 Sep 1      St Florence  rector

Brytten             Thomas                      1535-6             St Florence  rector

Roberts             William                      1554 ?             St Florence  rector

Hed                 Peter                            1557 Feb 9      St Florence  rector

Toye                Griffith                        1577                St Florence  rector

Rudd                Robert                        1613                St Florence  rector

Walter              Adam                         1649  Jan 20    St Florence  rector

Lucy                Richard                       1663 Oct 8       St Florence  rector

Armstrong           John                        1691 Feb 12     St Florence  rector

Newton              John                          1700 Feb 11     St Florence  rector

Needham             Peter                       1714 Sep 17     St Florence  rector

Yardley             Edward                     1732  Mar 4     St Florence  rector

Frampton            Thomas                    1770 Apr 7      St Florence  rector

Smith               Joshua                         1804  Apr 6     St Florence  rector

Salwey              Thomas                      1829  Feb 12    St Florence  rector

Rudd                Eric John Sutherland 1878 Apr 26     St Florence  rector

Palmour             James                        1885 Apr 22     St Florence  rector

Lermit              Gerald Thomson         1885 Apr 8      St Florence  rector

James               John                            1912  Jan 31    St Florence  rector       

Barret              John                             1409 Feb 1      St Florence  vicar

Whitting            Roger                        1534                St Florence  vicar

Walter              David                         1554 Aug 9     St Florence  vicar                      

Philp               David                           1613                St Florence  vicar

Wonnager            Paul                         1650                St Florence  vicar

Angell              Robert                        1676 Sep 25    St Florence  vicar

Poole               Henry                          1689  Jan 2     St Florence  vicar

Evans               Reginald                     1696 May 16   St Florence  vicar

Eynon               Thomas                      1717 Aug 12   St Florence  vicar

Hicks               Philemon                     1761  Jul 21    St Florence  vicar

Hancock             Thomas                    1794 Apr 23    St Florence  vicar

Birkett             George William           1829  Jun 4     St Florence  vicar                                                                                                           

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St Govans (Chapel)

Hermitage probably dates from the end of 13c and was erected on the site of an older building internally 18x12.  Popularly dedicated to St Govan but who was it?

St Cofen the wife of a king of South Wales killed in battle in the 6c? (to confirm this it is said that the bones found under the alter tomb were those of a woman).

The Irish St Gobham abbot of Dairinis who made this his hermitage to end his days?

Sir Gawaine of the round Table who built this Hermitage after the passing of Arthur?

It is  situated halfway down the cliffs, with 52 steps although it is said you cannot count them twice and get the same number.

Inside a simple stone altar under which St Govan is said to have been buried, aumbry beside it on the South wall, in the floor on the North side is a little spring which drains under the floor to the sea and has stone benches of oratories typical of west of Ireland.  

To the left of the altar up some steps is a little doorway leading to a niche in the rock.

Acc/to Fenton. Just large enough to contain a middle size man in a crouching position.... There are numerous superstitions annexed to this miraculous cell, such that it opened at first to offer shelter to a saint closely pursued by his pagan persecutors and after the chase was given up and the danger over, opened to let him out again.

The hermitage has an empty bell cote. It is said that it once contained a silver bell which was stolen by pirates, but a great storm arose and their ship was wrecked nearby.

St Govan’s Well now dry but waters reputed to have cured eye trouble: “The watter of thes sprynges ys sayd to bee gud for manie dystempres” [Edward Lluyd Tudor visitor.]

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St Ishmaels                  (835073)

Situated on the North shore of the Milford-haven not far from Dale. It has a little Church a way from the village. The village is reputed to date back to the 10 century and when Ann Boleyn was Marchioness of Pembroke she received an annuity out of the issues of five villages of which St Ishmaels in Roose was one. The village appears on Saxton’s map of 1578 although it could not have been very big as it is estimated that the population was between 210 and 260 in 1670 and at the present in winter is about 400 although it did reach a peak of 528 in 1851. There is an old motte north of the village, but the main feature of interest is the little church, located away from the village in an idyllic valley ornamented with windblown trees and shrubs, rocks and ivy. The churchyard is in two parts, connected by a charming bridge across the stream.

The Church was originally founded in the 6th century by St Ismael the son of a Cornish Prince Budic. He was a disciple of St Davids and is thought to have been appointed Bishop of St David’s by St Teilo on St David’s death in 589AD. In the 10th C the building is thought to have formed part of a teaching monastery. The pre Norman carved cross within the church dates from this period. The original building was a small structure and was rebuilt by St Caradog at the start of the 12 C with the Chancel and Trancepts being much later additions. More extensive rebuilding was undertaken about 1660 and again in the 19C.

Acc/to Old Parish Churches – Salter.

The 13th century nave and small chancel are connected by a narrow and sharply pointed arch. The north transept has a round arch towards the nave and a lancet in the squint to the chancel. The chancel has an original lancet and the nave has a blocked north doorway. The smaller south transept with a tomb recess and squint is Tudor. The porch may be medieval but has an 18th or 19th century outer arch of brick. The nave west wall is thickened to carry a double belfry.

This church formed part of the possessions of the priory of Haverfordwest, and on the dissolution of that house in the reign of Henry VIII. came into the King's hands.

In 1291 the church was assessed at £8 for tenths to the King, the sum payable thereon being 16s. - Taxatio.

Seynt Ismaell. - Vicaria ibidem ex collacione prioris de Haverford   unde JohannesVevan clesicus est vicariuS 11abens ibidem unam mansiorlem cum certis terris. Et valent fructus et emolimenta dicte vicarie communibus annis VJD XiijS iMjd- Inde sol irl visitacione ordinaria quoli-bet tercio anno ixd. Et remanet clare £6 12s. 7d. Inde decima 13s 3d. - Valor Eccl.

Under the heading “Livings Discharged”: St. Ismael alias St. Ishmaels V. Ordinario quolibet tertio anno gd. Prior Haverfordwest Propr; The Prince of Wales. Clear yearly value, £30. £50 King’s Books, £6 12s. 8d.   Bacon’s Liber Regis.

In 1536-7 a lease of the rectory of St. Ishmael in Roos was granted to Edward Lloid of the king’s household. - State Papers.

On 13 Aug., 1877, the livings of St. Ishmaels and Hasguard were united under an Order in Council.

On 10 Mar., 1903, a faculty was granted for the removal of certain outbuildings belonging to the residence house of the living of Hasguard with St Ishmaels.

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St Justinians                (SM 723252)     (Jottings)

This building was built in the early 16th century by Bishop Vaughan. It has two doorways in the north wall, a staircase in the SW corner, and three bays of blind arcading on each side, with further arches in the end walls. It is now in ruins.

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St Lawrence                (SM 934276)     (Jottings)

The nave and chancel are 13th century. The chancel contains the rood-loft staircase. The vaulted porch and south doorway are 15th century.

Described as the Ecclesia de Vado Patricii,  the church of St. Lawrence with its appurtenances was granted by Phillipp I, e Poer to the Knights of St. John of Jerusalem about the year 1130. On the dissolution of the preceptory of the knights of St. John at Slebech the advowson came into the hands of the Crown.

Rectoria Sancti Llaurentii. - Willielmus Wolf rector ibidem tenet rectoriam cum certis terris dominicis ibidem & valent per annum in fructibus et oblacionibus dicte ecclesie iiij- xiijs iiijd. Inde in pens. solt preceptbrie de Slebeche cuJus ccllacione dicta ecdesia est vj   viijd. Item in visitacione ordinaria iiijs ix. Et in sinodalibus iip iiijd. Et remanet clare 78s. 7d. Inde decima 7s. 10d. - Valor Eccl.

Under the heading  “Livings Discharged”:- St. Lawrence R. Pens. Preceptor Slebeche, 6s. 8d. Visit. Ordinar., 4s. 5d. Prince of Wales. Clear yearly value, £30. King's Books, £3 18s. 5d. – Bacon’s Liber Regis.

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St Nicholas                  (Jottings)

The nave, chancel and vaulted south transept with a squint are all probably 13th century but no old openings survive. A thick west wall carried a belfry. The bellcote was restored in 1865.

This Church under its ancient name of Ecclesia deVilla Camerarii, was appropriated by Bishop Thomas Beck in I287 to the Subchanter of St. David’s Cathedral, but the right of presentation seems to have been reserved by the Bishop. - Stat Menev.

This church must have been united to Granston prior to 1535-6. The same incumbents served both churches. All the presentations are by the Bishop and all incumbents instituted between the years 1672 and 1824 held in addition the living of Mathry.

Described as Ecclesia de Villa Carmerarii, this church was in 1291 assessed at £6 13s  4d. for tenths to the King, the sum payable being 13s 4d. - Taxatio.

The only lease of this living found among the was granted on 25 July, 1663, by Michael Barwicke of Herbrandston, clerk, prebendary of St. Nicholas, to Jane Edwards of Summerhill, Pems., widow, for the lives of Thomas Edwards (her son and heir apparent), E…… Edwards (her eldest daughter), and Margaret Edwards (the second daughter of the said Jane Edwards).,

The church of St. Nicholas was restored in 1865. - Arch. Camb. Ser. V., Vol. V., p. 131.

The Church site must have been pre-Norman as there are 3 early Christian memorial stones with Latin inscriptions.

One a grave slab memorial to an Irish Christian princess dating about 500AD  TVNCCETACE VXSOR DAARI HIC IACIT - [Tunccetace wife of Daarus, lies here]; one 5c MELUS; one 6c PAANUS.

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St Nons                       (Jottings)         (SM 753443)

Chapel & Holy Well

Only the lower parts of this plain rectangular chapel now remain.

This must be one of the most idyllically situated monuments in Pembrokeshire, overlooking, as it does, the rocky coastline above St. Non Bay on the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path. The ruins lack any distinguishing features to help date the building, and the earliest reference to a chapel here is in a document of 1335. However, an early excavation reports the uncovering of stone coffins which might in fact have been slab-lined graves of the early Christian period. Also the presence here of the pillar-stone with its incised Latin cross, roughly dateable to the 7th to 9th century, is suggestive of an early medieval foundation for the chapel, although unfortunately, there is no firm evidence that the stone originally came from the site.  

One legend is that St Non was seeking shelter as she was about to give birth and found a prehistoric Kistvan of three upright stones and a large covering stone giving shelter from the storm. It is there in that ancient shelter that St David was born and the Chapel later built on the holy place.

The chapel is a simple rectangular building, with an entrance of the west. The north-south orientation of the building is unusual, and is probably best explained by the foundations having been laid out to suit the severe slope. The massive masonry on the southern, downhill end was presumably put down as part of a foundation platform, to help level the site. The position of the alter is marked by a step at the north end. The chapel is traditionally held to mark the place where St Non gave birth to St David.

The chapel was one of the more important sea-shore chapels in the area; two pilgrimages to St David’s were held in the medieval period to equal one to Rome, and pilgrims to the chapel gave money which was taken to the cathedral. After the Reformation, pilgrims came to St David’s in fewer numbers, and St Nons chapel passed out of religious use. It was converted into a dwelling house, and later into a vegetable garden.

The Holy well, just to the east of the chapel, continued to be a famous place for healing even after the Reformation, and there are antiquarian references to the pious offering pins and pebbles at the well on 2 March, St Nons Day. In the 18th century, the present stone vault was built over it, though this may have replaced an earlier well building.

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St Petrox         St Pedrog        (SR 971976)

(One of the earliest places that as a new Reader I took the service. I had never been there before although I had passed the Church many times and so I got there about an hour before the time of the Service so that I could have a look round and spent a very pleasant time being show around by the Churchwarden who had also arrived early. That morning I had been very nervous but my fears and worries had gone completely by the time I had robed and stood up to start the Service – I felt a feeling of warmth and peace there. I must thank the Rev. Richards for some of the information  regarding this Church and the other Churches in his parish also the parishioners of the various Churches for their help.)

It is a small windswept Church on a bend in the road. The first view of the Church from the road shows a Church where the body of the church is red sandstone but with a grey limestone tower. I have wondered whether the old building was covered with Red Sandstone as was the tower of Warren Church. The view from the top of the tower is spectacular.

When I first inquired about the Church I was told that it was haunted!

I never felt that myself but later when researching I did find that St Petrox is connected with a legend of a lady of the Mansell family who is said to wander headless  according to Four Welsh Counties - Kilner1891.

Fenton 1810, records that this lady is often seen whirling round this vicinity in her carriage, with a headless coachman, headless horses and herself headless. Also she is said to have ridden in a fiery chariot from Tenby and alighted on the farmhouse of Samson and crushed it. (Was her second marriage happy????)

Who was St Petrox?

The Church, is dedicated to St. Petrox or Petrocus. He lived in the 6th Century, and emigrated perhaps from somewhere in South Wales to Ireland . There he studied for some time in monasteries before visiting Rome and eventually settling in Cornwall, where he set up a monastic and missionary centre at Padstow. Later he is said to have lived as a hermit on Bodmin moor. According to William of Worcester St. Petrox died on 4th June 564. The old name of Bodmin was in fact Petrockstow, and Padstow is probably a corruption of the same name. His relics were presented, and greatly revered, in a casket in Bodmin Church until in 1177 when they were stolen and carried off to the abbey of St. Mevennus in Brittany.  It required a personal intervention on the part of Henry II to secure their return.

There are two other Churches dedicated to St. Petrox in Wales - Llandedrog (North Wales) and Verwig (Cardiganshire), as well as 17 in Devon and 6 in Cornwall, including Bodmin and Padstow. Brittany has 8 churches dedicated to him.

The Church.

The oldest parts of the present structure are the tower and part of the North wall, which probably date from the 13th. century and with corbelled out parapets. The limestone tower is of the typically tall narrow Pembrokeshire style with a pronounced batter – i.e. narrower at the top than at the bottom, like so many of the other churches you can see on the skyline - when you look at a map you can see that there is a line of Churches along the spine of the Castlemartin Peninsular each with a tall tower and all these towers are reputed to date from the 13/14c, and with corbelled out parapets. Were these towers built as lookouts for Pembroke Castle?

Richard Fenton, in his Historical Tour through Pembrokeshire, published in 1810, described the Church at the time as, small, but very light, airy and neat, a fair description of its present state. Unfortunately he does not give us any further details apart from quoting a letter dated 1719, that the first John Campbell on acquiring the Stackpole estate had wainscotted the chancel made, new altar rails, given new cushions and pulpit cloths and a new set of communion plates. Fenton does comment on the long life of the parsons attributing it to ascending the tower daily and breathing in the pure air.

The Church was extensively restored, almost to the extent of rebuilt in 1854, the architect being R. Kyrke Penson, and the whole cost being borne by John Frederick, first Earl Cawdor. A vestry was added at the same time on the North side.

A note in the flyleaf of the Baptisms Register reads, “The Church of St. Petrox was reopened March 11 1855 having undergone a thorough restoration, with new sittings; the Chancel rebuilt and a new Vestry Room added, at the sole expense of the Right Honble. John Frederick, first Earl of Cawdor, Stackpole Court.” It is signed by the then Rector, F. G. Leach.

Monuments

The Lloyd Brass.

The William Lloyd brass on the South East wall in the Nave reads,

Translation

Here in hope of the Resurrection are deposited the remains of William Lloyd MA, Rector of the Parochial Churches of St. Petrox and for some time most worthy Rector of Stackpole Elidor and Bosherston as well as excellent Prebendary Canon of the Cathedral Church of Menevia (St. Davids), and Surrogate Judge of its Consistory Court, (who married Dorothy, daughter of Ambrose Roop, knight of Little Dartmouth in the County of Devon, by whom he begot three sons and the same number of daughters, out of whom four, that is two sons and two daughters, are laid here near their father) who departed from life 12th. March 1674 at the age of 43.

“If you consider his lineage, noble,
His character, liberal,
His integrity, unstained,
His learning distinguished,
His religious practices, devout,
(Of a fine religious understanding, He embraced the externals and inner truths alike, just as he taught.)
His life, blameless,
In all, an example. Go on your way, by-passer, Considering, admiring and emulating the virtues for which the heavens envied lie earth.”

Mansell Memorial is on the North wall of the Nave; there is a tablet with the following inscription:

In Memory of The Lady Jane Mansell of the ancient family of the Wyndhams.

She was first Married to Sir Roger Lort of Stackpole and afterwards to Sir Edward Mansell of Mudlescomb.

She lies hereby Interred nigh the relicts of her first Husband who made the following Epitaph.

(NB. She is the Lady of the Ghost legend - Sir Roger Lort born at Stackpole Court 1608 buried at St Petrox 1664 was the author of a book of Latin epigrams.)

Translation.

Here where in life I used to fulfil my devotions. Here in this place I wished to lay my bones in death. Here my bones await the Salvation procured by the death of Christ until the mind which must return to God shall enjoy (that Salvation). My wife wished to have a sepulchre beside my own. As in life, so may she be also in death my companion, she who alive was never a spouse ill-disposed to her husband, nor wished to be faithless after death.

Pritchatt Monument.

On the North wall under the tower there is a marble monument of generous proportions and careful phrasing to the memory of the Revd. Charles Picott Pritchet M.A. a former Rector of this Parish.

This rectory appears to have been from the earliest period appendant to the manor of Stackpole.

Under the name, Ecclesia de Sancto Patroce, this church was in 1291 assessed at £10 for tenths to the King, the sum payable being £1. - Taxatio.

Eeclesia Sancti Petroci. - Ecclesia ibidem ex presentacione domini de Stackepoole Glider unde Willielmus Jenkyn est rector et habet ibidem unam mansionem et valet fructus ibidem communibus annis viijt inde sol in ordinaria visitacione quolibet tercio anno viijd et in denariis sol archidiacono Mellesensi pro procuracionibus et sinodalibus c uolibet almo vs ixd. Et in pensione priori de Pembr xs per annum. Et remanet clare £7 3s. 7d. Inde decima 13s. 4d. - Valor Eccl.

Under the heading “Livings Discharged”: - St. Petrock alias .St. Petrox R. Ordinario quolibet tertio anno, 8d. Archidiae. quotibet anno, 5s. 9d., John Campbell, Esq., 1728, 1780- Clear yearly value, £32. King’s Books, £7 3s 9d. – Bacon’s Liber Regis.

1794 circa [St Petrox]

Cha[rle]s Pigott Pritchett, Rural Dean of Pembroke, to William Stuart Bishop of St Davids:

Enclosed I have the honour to send your lordship the state of the contributions for the sons of the clergy in my deanery to August 1794.

Sorry I am that this fund is a sinking one, notwithstanding my utmost exertion, not only by the falling off of many lay subscribers but even of brethren, whose duty and interest should have dictated different conduct to them.

…... I have 22 parishes in my district; six resident clergy only, I believe, are at present to be found in the whole.

Enclosed is the following list of subscribers….. (inc)

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

Church in Wales MS AD/AET 1209

Pembrokeshire life 1572 1843

Parish Grouping: In 1985 the Parishes of St Petrox and Stackpole Elidor were further grouped with Bosheston and St Twynnells.

The Old Rectory.

The last Rector to live in the Rectory at St Petrox (now the Old Rectory Farm)  was Francis Leach. His successor J. E. Brown lived in the new Rectory at Stackpole Elidor, built in 1877 by Lord Cawder.

PARISHANDPROPERTY                SURNAME             FORENAMES

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St Petrox Coedmilyn                          Campbell            John (owner)       

St Petrox Coedmilyn part of               Smyth                 Geo (tenant)       

St Petrox Glebe and Tythe                 Prickitt                Rev Char.(owner)   

St Petrox Sampson                              Campbell            John (owner)       

St Petrox Sampson part of                   Smyth                Geo. (tenant)      

St Petrox Stackpole Court                   Campbell             John (owner)       

 

Poyer               Richard             1543            Sainct Petrok          Church warden

Thomas              John                1543            Sainct Petrok          Churchwarden

only 5 names are listed in the hearth tax of 1670 and of those 2 were paupers

Davis               Apollo               1670            St Petrox        Pembrokeshire Hearths h1

Lloyd              William  (clerk) 1670            St Petrox        Pembrokeshire Hearths h2

Phillips            David                1670            St Petrox        Pembrokeshire Hearths h1

Price               William              1670            St Petrox        Pembrokeshire Hearths p

Thomas           Phillip                1670            St Petrox        Pembrokeshire Hearths  p 

 

Gruffyth          John                   1404                         St Petrox  rector

Rede                Lewis                1530                          St Petrox  rector

Jenkyn            William              1530 Oct 19              St Petrox  rector

Philp               Morgan              1554 Sep 21              St Petrox  rector

Jenkins            William             1562                           St Petrox  rector

Carolde            David                1562 Feb 25             St Petrox  rector

Thomas            Elys                  1591                           St Petrox  rector

Griffith            Henry                1613                          St Petrox  rector

LLoyd             William             1662 Oct 1                St Petrox  rector

Young              Stephen            1675 Jul 9                  St Petrox  rector

Balgay              Silas                 1677 Jun5                  St Petrox  rector

Clarke              Walter              1684 Aug 2                St Petrox  rector

Rowe                Henry              1728 Sep 6                 St Petrox  rector

Prichett            Charles Pigott   1780 Jun 22St Petrox  rector

Summers James            1814    Jan4     St Petrox rector

Leach Francis George 1837                St Petrox rector
Brown James Edward 1876 Jul 21 St Petrox rector
Edmondes Charles Gresford 1892 Aug 25 St Petrox rector
Pollock Charles Richard 1893 Oct 30 St Petroxrector
Hamilton Francis Robert A 1895 Oct 19 St Petrox rector
Davies John 1907 St Petrox rector
Roderick Edward Thomas 1912 Dec 31 St Petrox rector
Mulward Thomas 1404 Nov 24 St Petrox vicar

St. Petrox Church - Baptism Register.

Aitkin, James - bap. 11 5 1785 (par. - Alexander & Elizabeth)
Aitkin, John - bap. 13 6 1784 (par. - Alexander & Elizabeth)
Atkins, Alixsander - bap. 18 2 1781 (par. - Allixsander & Elizabeth)
Banks, Dinah - bap. 30 11 1841 (par. - Edward & Sarah)
Barnet, Margaretta - bap. 5 5 1867 (par. - John & Maria)
Bateman, Caroline - bap. 28 8 1842 (par. - Jane Bateman)
Beavans, John - bap. 1 6 1812 (par. - Thomas & Martha)
Bevans, Ann - bap. 18 6 1815 (par. - Thomas & Martha)
Bevans, Hester - bap. 17 6 1832 (par. - Thomas & Martha)
Bevans, Jane - bap. 1 6 1823 (par. - William & Margaretta)
Beynon, Albert - bap. 17 2 1904 (par. - Albert & Susan)
Beynon, George - bap. 23 4 1835 (par. - Benjamin & Hannah)
Beynon, John - bap. 24 5 1839 (par. - Benjamin & Hannah)
Beynon, Sarah - bap. 24 7 1881 (par. - Thomas & Phoebe)
Beynon, William - bap. 15 6 1823 (par. - Richard & Rebecca)
Beynon, William - bap. 19 1 1837 (par. - Benjamin & Hannah)
Beynon, William - bap. 30 11 1841 (par. - Benjamin & Hannah)
Blethyn, Anne - bap. 15 6 1805 (par. - George & Elizabeth)
Bowen, Ann - bap. 15 2 1852 (par. - John & Mary)
Bowen, Eliza - bap. 8 6 1834 (par. - Elizabeth Bowen)
Bowen, Elizabeth - bap. 27 5 1737 (par. - John & Mary)
Bowen, Elizabeth - bap. 8 6 1823 (par. - William & Priscilla)
Bowen, Elizabeth - bap. 10 2 1850 (par. - John & Mary)
Bowen, George - bap. 13 2 1848 (par. - John & Mary)
Bowen, James - bap. 1 9 1770 (par. - ? & Mary)
Bowen, John - bap. 17 9 1721 (par. - Hugh & Mary)
Bowen, John - bap. 7 1 1821 (par. - William & Anne)
Bowen, Mary - bap. 15 8 1836 (par. - James & Elizabeth)
Bowen, Mary - bap. 9 1 1881 (par. - James & Ellen)
Bowen, Sarah - bap. 19 1 1879 (par. - James & Ellen)
Bowen, William - bap. 8 10 1843 (par. - John & Mary)
Brace, John - bap. 6 7 1845 (par. - - (Kingsfold, sailor))
Brown, Mildred - bap. 6 1 1878 (par. - James & Harriet)
Brown ?, Mary - bap. 7 12 1640 (par. - Griffith & Frances)
Browne, Abra - bap. 7 3 1642 (par. - -)
Browne, Thomas - bap. 23 1 1825 (par. - James & Elizabeth)
Bryant, James Devereux - bap. 17 2 1858 (par. - James & Eliza)
Burch, Rice - bap. 1 11 1646 (par. - John & Katherin)
Campbell, Adelaide - bap. 15 8 1832 (par. - John & Elizabeth)
Campbell, Mary - bap. 17 2 1825 (par. - John & Elizabeth)
Candlish, John - bap. 27 11 1877 (par. - James & Kathleen)
Canton, Ann - bap. 20 11 1859 (par. - George & Martha)
Canton, George - bap. 3 3 1867 (par. - George & Martha)
Canton, George - bap. 28 6 1868 (par. - William & Mary)
Canton, George - bap. 20 2 1878 (par. - John & Margaret)
Canton, Henry - bap. 1 1 1865 (par. - George & Martha)
Canton, James - bap. 24 7 1892 (par. - William & Martha)
Canton, John Henry - bap. 7 9 1890 (par. - William & Martha)
Canton, Margaret - bap. 3 6 1888 (par. - William & Martha)
Canton, Mary - bap. 17 8 1862 (par. - George & Martha)
Canton, Thomas - bap. 4 4 1869 (par. - George & Martha)
Chester, Arthur - bap. 21 7 1869 (par. - Arthur & Charlotte)
Clark, Henry - bap. 18 10 1698 (par. - Walter & Elizabeth)
Clark, Richard - bap. 19 3 1695 (par. - Walter & Elizabeth)
Clarke, Elizabeth - bap. 22 9 1684 (par. - Walter & ?)
Clarke, George ? - bap. 5 5 1692 (par. - Walter & Elizabeth)
Clarke, Hugh - bap. 17 7 1686 (par. - Walter & Elizabeth)
Clarke, John - bap. 1 11 1694 (par. - Walter & Elizabeth)
Clarke, Katherine - bap. 10 1 1689 (par. - Walter & Elizabeth)
Clarke, Thomas - bap. 19 5 1690 (par. - Walter Clarke)
Clarke, Walter - bap. 10 1 1685 (par. - Walter & Elizabeth)
Clewer, Nicola Joy - bap. 29 5 1975 (par. - Colin & Clare)
Cole, Ann - bap. 22 5 1836 (par. - James & Mary)
Cole, Harriet - bap. 11 11 1900 (par. - Thomas & Annie)
Cole, Jane - bap. 21 10 1832 (par. - John & Martha)
Cole, Thomas - bap. 11 11 1900 (par. - Thomas & Annie)
Cole, William - bap. 24 6 1866 (par. - James & Martha)
Cumings, Elizabeth - bap. 19 11 1797 (par. - Kenneth & Mary)
Cummings, Mary - bap. 20 7 1802 (par. - Kenneth & Mary)
David, Mary - bap. 16 9 1652 (par. - David & Joan ?)
David, Sara - bap. 1 4 1650 (par. - David & Joan)
Davidson, Alfred - bap. 16 4 1849 (par. - Thomas & Jane)
Davidson, Benjamin - bap. 13 12 1840 (par. - Thomas & Jane)
Davidson, Jane - bap. 3 6 1845 (par. - Thomas & Jane)
Davidson, Sarah - bap. 14 12 1843 (par. - Thomas & Jane)
Davidson, Walter - bap. 11 7 1842 (par. - Thomas & Jane)
Davidson, William - bap. 22 3 1847 (par. - Thomas & Jane)
Davies, Ann - bap. 18 5 1845 (par. - Benjamin & Elizabeth)
Davies, Benjamin - bap. 15 12 1833 (par. - John & Sarah)
Davies, Elizabeth - bap. 13 7 1856 (par. - Benjamin & Elizabeth)
Davies, Elizabeth - bap. 31 7 1871 (par. - George & Martha)
Davies, Ellen - bap. 16 11 1862 (par. - Benjamin & Elizabeth)
Davies, George - bap. 15 6 1879 (par. - James & Ann)
Davies, George Frederic - bap. 21 6 1857 (par. - William & Mary)
Davies, Hester - bap. 25 7 1851 (par. - Benjamin & Elizabeth)
Davies, Hugh Vaughan - bap. 9 10 1949 (par. - Robert & Harriet)
Davies, James - bap. 17 1 1836 (par. - John & Sarah)
Davies, James - bap. 5 9 1847 (par. - Benjamin & Elizabeth)
Davies, James - bap. 26 9 1868 (par. - George & Martha)
Davies, John - bap. 18 3 1804 (par. - Martha Davies)
Davies, John - bap. 9 12 1849 (par. - Benjamin & Elizabeth)
Davies, Kathryn Masy - bap. 27 6 1954 (par. - Robert & Harriet)
Davies, Leslie - bap. 25 10 1925 (par. - Frederick & Sarah)
Davies, Mary - bap. 1811 (par. - Mary Davies)
Davies, Olive May - bap. 12 12 1897 (par. - William & Martha)
Davies, Olwen May - bap. 9 5 1920 (par. - Frederick & Sarah)
Davies, Robert George - bap. 9 3 1952 (par. - Robert & Harriet)
Davies, Stephen - bap. 26 9 1886 (par. - James & Anne)
Davies, Thomas - bap. 3 6 1872 (par. - James & Ann)
Davis, An Louis - bap. 7 2 1781 (par. - John & Elizabeth)
Dawkins, ? (son) - bap. 20 11 1726 (par. - Henry & Lettice)
Dawkins, Ann - bap. 30 9 1728 (par. - Henry & Lettice)
Dawkins, Ann - bap. 9 2 1872 (par. - John & Martha)
Dawkins, Anne - bap. 23 12 1750 (par. - Henry & Honor)
Dawkins, Anne - bap. 26 8 1753 (par. - Henry & Honor)
Dawkins, Catherine - bap. 7 2 1720 (par. - Henry & Abra)
Dawkins, Elizabeth - bap. 1 3 1761 (par. - Henry & Honor)
Dawkins, Elizabeth - bap. 30 4 1865 (par. - John & Martha)
Dawkins, Francis - bap. 27 1 1760 (par. - Nicholas & Jone)
Dawkins, George - bap. 23 10 1881 (par. - John & Martha)
Dawkins, Henry - bap. 16 10 1757 (par. - Nicholas & Jone)
Dawkins, James - bap. 2 9 1877 (par. - John & Martha)
Dawkins, Lettice - bap. 29 4 1809 (par. - John & Lucy)
Dawkins, Louisa - bap. 20 10 1873 (par. - George & Elizabeth)
Dawkins, Martha - bap. 3 10 1869 (par. - John & Martha)
Dawkins, Mary - bap. 21 4 1724 (par. - Lewis & Mary)
Dawkins, Mary - bap. 1 9 1867 (par. - John & Martha)
Dawkins, Mary - bap. 26 4 1882 (par. - George & Sarah)
Dawkins, Nicholas - bap. 11 2 1724 (par. - Henry & Abra)
Dawkins, Richard - bap. 23 9 1750 (par. - Nicholas & Jone)
Dawkins, Richard - bap. 7 7 1754 (par. - Henry & Jone)
Dawkins, Thomas - bap. 1734 (par. - Henry & Lettice)
Dawkins, William - bap. 1 11 1721 (par. - Henry & Abra)
Dawkins, William - bap. 18 5 1752 (par. - Nicholas & Jone)
Dawkins, a daughter - bap. 31 5 1763 (par. - Henry & Honor)
De Capitani, Alberto Eric Michael - bap. 21 8 1993 (par. - Cesare De Capitani & Ann Jenkins)
Dean, Rosemary - bap. 8 10 1944 (par. - Frederick & Janet)
Drinkwater?, Richard - bap. 15 8 1686 (par. - Richard & Sarah)
Dwyer, Adelaide - bap. 30 3 1873 (par. - Thomas & Ann)
Edwards, Catherine - bap. 3 2 1850 (par. - John & Mary)
Edwards, Eliza - bap. 9 12 1849 (par. - George & Elizabeth)
Elliston, Richard - bap. 22 1 1832 (par. - Richard & Anne)
Evans, - - bap. 7 4 1912 (par. - Francis & Flora)
Evans, Arthur - bap. 26 11 1899 (par. - George & Jemima)
Evans, Benjamin - bap. 3 11 1889 (par. - Benjamin & Elizabeth)
Evans, Cesar - bap. 16 5 1835 (par. - Cesar & Mary)
Evans, Dorothy - bap. 13 4 1890 (par. - John & Margaret)
Evans, Elizabeth - bap. 8 8 1819 (par. - Thomas & Martha)
Evans, Elizabeth - bap. 28 5 1870 (par. - William & Ann)
Evans, Elizabeth - bap. 19 9 1886 (par. - Job & Letitia)
Evans, Emma - bap. 27 10 1985 (par. - Robin & Elaine)
Evans, Ernest John - bap. 7 11 1897 (par. - Benjamin & Elizabeth)
Evans, Esther - bap. 15 2 1891 (par. - Benjamin & Elizabeth)
Evans, Ethel - bap. 12 4 1891 (par. - Elizabeth Evans)
Evans, Frances - bap. 21 12 1879 (par. - William & Ann)
Evans, Frances - bap. 15 6 1893 (par. - Benjamin & Elizabeth)
Evans, Francis - bap. 23 12 1883 (par. - John & Margaret)
Evans, George - bap. 4 7 1899 (par. - Daniel & Mary)
Evans, James - bap. 3 4 1830 (par. - Cesar & Mary)
Evans, Jane - bap. 22 2 1874 (par. - William & Ann)
Evans, John - bap. 21 7 1828 (par. - Cesar & Mary)
Evans, John - bap. 6 7 1834 (par. - Mary Evans)
Evans, Judith - bap. 16 4 1950 (par. - William & Ida)
Evans, Martha - bap. 13 2 1876 (par. - William & Ann)
Evans, Muriel - bap. 27 8 1872 (par. - Charles & Mary)
Evans, Priscilla - bap. 18 2 1817 (par. - Thomas & Mary)
Evans, Richard - bap. 12 5 1889 (par. - William & Ann)
Evans, Richard - bap. 4 7 1899 (par. - Daniel & Mary)
Evans, Sarah - bap. 28 4 1889 (par. - John & Margaret)
Evans, Thomas - bap. 22 7 1888 (par. - Benjamin & Charlotte)
Evans, William - bap. 9 12 1821 (par. - Thomas & Mary)
Evans, William - bap. 6 8 1845 (par. - John & Margaret)
Evans, William - bap. 7 5 1847 (par. - John & Margaretta)
Evans, William - bap. 1 9 1895 (par. - Benjamin & Elizabeth)
Field, Elizabeth - bap. 24 9 1843 (par. - William & Mary)
Flowers, John - bap. 5 6 1786 (par. - John & Sarah)
Flowers, Mary - bap. 5 6 1786 (par. - John & Sarah)
Foster, William - bap. 4 11 1826 (par. - William & Mary)
Francis, Henry - bap. 5 5 1861 (par. - Arthur & Mary)
Furlong, Elizabeth - bap. 5 8 1855 (par. - Mary Furlong)
Furlong, Mary Ann - bap. 12 5 1861 (par. - James & Jane)
Furlong, William - bap. 12 5 1778 (par. - John & Sarah)
Garbutt, Hannah - bap. 28 7 1844 (par. - John & Amelia)
Garbutt, John - bap. 19 7 1846 (par. - John & Amelia)
Garlick, Haydn Edward - bap. 26 7 1964 (par. - Edward & Sylvia)
Garlick, Margaret - bap. 1 11 1959 (par. - (adult - F. & B. Brace))
Gee?, Mary - bap. 14 4 1865 (par. - Mary Gee)
Geoghegan, Lucy China - bap. 15 8 1987 (par. - Ian & Rosemary)
Germyn, Mary - bap. 24 7 1808 (par. - Griffith & Elizabeth)
Godwin, Margaret - bap. 16 1 1877 (par. - Robert & Ann)
Gough, Olive May - bap. 29 5 1927 (par. - Ernest & Nellie)
Gough, Reginald - bap. 29 5 1927 (par. - Ernest & Nellie)
Gough, Thomas - bap. 27 4 1890 (par. - James & Jane)
Griffith, Anne - bap. 7 3 1874 (par. - Henry & Mary)
Griffith, George - bap. 27 4 1856 (par. - John & Eliza)
Griffith, Hester - bap. 18 5 1851 (par. - Mary Griffith)
Griffith, Joshua - bap. 13 11 1859 (par. - John & Eliza)
Griffith, Louisa - bap. 19 1 1876 (par. - Henry & Mary)
Griffith, Mable - bap. 29 4 1874 (par. - Pierce & Eleanor)
Griffith, Mary - bap. 5 3 1848 (par. - William & Eliza)
Griffith, Richard - bap. 25 5 1845 (par. - William & Eliza)
Griffith, Thomas - bap. 6 9 1840 (par. - William & Eliza)
Griffiths, David William - bap. 4 11 1936 (par. - Elwyn & Mary)
Griffiths, Enid Martha - bap. 7 3 1928 (par. - William & Sarah)
Griffiths, Margaret - bap. 30 7 1933 (par. - Elwyn & Mary)
Griffiths, Priscilla - bap. 5 2 1814 (par. - William & Jane)
Griffiths, Sarah - bap. 26 2 1843 (par. - William & Eliza)
Griffiths, William - bap. 6 3 1894 (par. - Benjamin & Jane)
Gwither, George - bap. 10 1 1733 (par. - John & Margaret)
Gwither, Jane - bap. 5 3 1730 (par. - John & Margaret)
Gwither, Thomas - bap. 10 3 1725 (par. - John & Margaret)
Gwyther, David - bap. 1 6 1884 (par. - George & Elizabeth)
Gwyther, James - bap. 28 4 1889 (par. - George & Elizabeth)
Gwyther, Thomas - bap. 1 6 1884 (par. - George & Elizabeth)
Gwyther, William - bap. 25 8 1728 (par. - John & Margaret)
Hall, Ann - bap. 16 6 1881 (par. - John & Susan)
Hall, George - bap. 8 6 1856 (par. - William & Margaret)
Hall, John - bap. 13 6 1875 (par. - Thomas & Elizabeth)
Hardman, Cecil George - bap. 8 9 1912 (par. - Frederick & Edith)
Hardman, Eleanor - bap. 30 11 1913 (par. - Frederick & Edith)
Harries, Brenda May - bap. 11 8 1913 (par. - Alfred & Annie)
Harries, Gethin Ieuan - bap. 29 8 1989 (par. - Alfred & Glenda)
Harries, Harriet (adult) - bap. 27 3 1887 (par. - Joshua & Jane)
Harries, Martha - bap. 8 7 1877 (par. - John & Elizabeth)
Harries, Megan - bap. 21 3 1937 (par. - Frederick & Mary)
Harris, Frances - bap. 25 1 1874 (par. - William & Harriett)
Harris, George - bap. 3 8 1832 (par. - Isaac & Martha)
Harris, James - bap. 25 8 1833 (par. - Isaac & Martha)
Harris, Martha - bap. 12 2 1893 (par. - James & Jane)
Harris, Mary Jane - bap. 19 11 1871 (par. - William & Harriett)
Harris, Thomas - bap. 12 7 1868 (par. - Thomas & Ann)
Harris, William - bap. 29 5 1842 (par. - Mary Harris)
Hawkins, Carolyn - bap. 15 4 1973 (par. - Robert & Pauline)
Hawkins, Suzanne Pauline - bap. 15 4 1973 (par. - Robert & Pauline)
Hay, Anne - bap. 1 11 1812 (par. - Thomas & Jane)
Hay, Elizabeth - bap. 6 5 1849 (par. - Benjamin & Jane)
Hay, Lewis - bap. 22 4 1821 (par. - Thomas & Jane)
Hay, Mary (adult) - bap. 24 3 1878 (par. - John & Mary)
Hay, Rebecca - bap. 23 6 1833 (par. - George & Jane)
Hay, Robert Eric - bap. 26 5 1896 (par. - Emily Hay)
Hay, Thomas - bap. 29 3 1835 (par. - George & Jane)
Hay, William - bap. 30 6 1839 (par. - Thomas & Frances)
Hayward, Elizabeth - bap. 2 1 1788 (par. - John & Elizabeth)
Hayward, Mary - bap. 2 1 1788 (par. - John & Elizabeth)
Hayward, Susan (twin) - bap. 2 1 1788 (par. - John & Elizabeth)
Hayward, Susanna (twin) - bap. 2 1 1788 (par. - John & Elizabeth)
Henton, Ann - bap. 18 5 1862 (par. - John & Maria)
Henton, Ivor Ronald - bap. 19 4 1931 (par. - Doris Henton)
Henton, Maria - bap. 3 4 1859 (par. - John & Maria)
Henton, Thomas - bap. 27 5 1866 (par. - John & Mary)
Higson, John Henry - bap. 2 4 1871 (par. - John & Ann)
Hire, Mary (adult) - bap. 27 3 1887 (par. - Thomas & Martha)
Hitching, Elizabeth - bap. 1 10 1732 (par. - John & Abra)
Hitching, Hesther - bap. 19 8 1647 (par. - Robert & Anne)
Hitching, Phillip - bap. 18 10 1641 (par. - ? & Anne)
Hitching, Roger - bap. 8 12 1644 (par. - Robert & Anne)
Hitchings, Elizabeth - bap. 1 1 1782 (par. - John & Elizabeth)
Hitchings, Henry - bap. 28 7 1782 (par. - John & Elizabeth)
Hitchings, Thomas - bap. 19 2 1733 (par. - John & Abra)
Howell, Mary - bap. 6 7 1862 (par. - Lewis & Ann)
Howell ?, Griffith - bap. 1723 (par. - (of Narboth))
Howells, Albert - bap. 8 8 1875 (par. - George & Charlotte)
Howells, Elsie Elizabeth - bap. 9 2 1930 (par. - Frank & Ellen)
Howells, George - bap. 13 11 1842 (par. - Thomas & Martha)
Howells, Henry - bap. 13 5 1855 (par. - George & Charlotte)
Howells, Ivy May - bap. 1 6 1924 (par. - William & Gladys)
Howells, Jane - bap. 18 5 1879 (par. - Thomas & Elizabeth)
Howells, John - bap. 24 11 1852 (par. - George & Charlotte)
Howells, Josephine - bap. 18 11 1934 (par. - Frank & Ellen)
Howells, Louanne - bap. 20 12 1862 (par. - George & Charlotte)
Howells, Mennie - bap. 15 11 1857 (par. - George & Charlotte)
Howells, Sarah - bap. 18 2 1877 (par. - Thomas & Elizabeth)
Howells, Thomas - bap. 7 1 1860 (par. - George & Charlotte)
Howells, William Henry - bap. 10 4 1927 (par. - Frank & Ellen)
Hughes, George - bap. 10 3 1844 (par. - Thomas & Ann)
Hughes, Henry - bap. 14 10 1839 (par. - Thomas & Ann)
Hughes, John - bap. 6 8 1837 (par. - Thomas & Ann)
Hughes, Margaret - bap. 7 9 1841 (par. - Thomas & Ann)
Hughes, Mary - bap. 11 3 1849 (par. - Thomas & Ann)
Hughes, William - bap. 30 8 1846 (par. - Thomas & Ann)
Hustler, Elizabeth - bap. 21 2 1860 (par. - Spencer & Anne)
Hustler, Francis - bap. 21 2 1857 (par. - Spencer & Anne)
Hustler, Louisa - bap. 17 7 1861 (par. - Spencer & Anne)
Hustler, Thomas - bap. 21 2 1866 (par. - Spencer & Anne)
Hustler, Tom - bap. 21 2 1871 (par. - Spencer & Anne)
James, ? ice - bap. 24 10 1802 (par. - Thomas & Ann)
James, Alfred - bap. 29 4 1883 (par. - George & Eliza)
James, Ann - bap. 16 1 1848 (par. - John & Mary)
James, Anne - bap. 5 5 1822 (par. - Thomas & Margaretta)
James, Arthur - bap. 19 6 1892 (par. - George & Eliza)
James, Benjamin - bap. 30 6 1839 (par. - James & Sarah)
James, Daniel Oliver - bap. 29 8 1993 (par. - Christopher and Debbie)
James, Elizabeth - bap. 2 2 1800 (par. - Thomas & Anne)
James, Emily - bap. 12 7 1885 (par. - George & Eliza)
James, Emma - bap. 1 4 1838 (par. - William & Martha)
James, George - bap. 27 12 1808 (par. - William & Elizabeth)
James, George - bap. 27 1 1839 (par. - Thomas & Elizabeth)
James, James - bap. 5 6 1853 (par. - William & Mary)
James, John - bap. 8 5 1791 (par. - William & Mary)
James, John - bap. 14 6 1807 (par. - William & Elizabeth)
James, Katie Louise - bap. 16 8 1986 (par. - Sidney Gordon & Karina)
James, Kitty ? - bap. 16 2 1788 (par. - William & Mary)
James, Mary - bap. 10 3 1805 (par. - William & Elizabeth)
James, Mary - bap. 28 5 1848 (par. - John & Elizabeth)
James, Mary - bap. 7 3 1852 (par. - John & Ann)
James, Rhodri Huw - bap. 1 1 1989 (par. - Gordon & Karina)
James, Thomas - bap. 16 11 1845 (par. - Thomas & Elizabeth)
James, Thomas - bap. 9 7 1846 (par. - John & Elizabeth)
James, William - bap. 1 12 1850 (par. - John & Mary)
James, William - bap. 24 11 1850 (par. - John & Elizabeth)
Jenkins, Ann - bap. 28 6 1840 (par. - Joshua & Susan)
Jenkins, Ellen - bap. 3 2 1867 (par. - Levy & Maria)
Jenkins, Jane - bap. 7 8 1838 (par. - Joshua & Susan)
Jenkins, John - bap. 5 4 1836 (par. - Joshua & Susan)
Jenkins, Margaretta - bap. 14 6 1834 (par. - Joshua & Susan)
Jenkins, Mary - bap. 14 7 1822 (par. - John & Mary)
Jenkins, Mary - bap. 11 4 1869 (par. - Levy & Maria)
Jenkins, Mary - bap. 18 12 1870 (par. - Levy & Maria)
Jenkins, Valerie - bap. 5 9 1943 (par. - William & Martha)
John, Ann - bap. 5 8 1855 (par. - William & Mary)
John, Eliza - bap. 6 7 1856 (par. - William & Mary)
John, Elizabeth - bap. 7 3 1852 (par. - William & Mary)
John, Elizabeth - bap. 8 4 1883 (par. - John & Frances)
John, Hester - bap. 14 2 1848 (par. - Peter & Sarah)
John, Peter - bap. 16 6 1820 (par. - Thomas & Martha)
John, Susan - bap. 6 5 1855 (par. - Peter & Sarah)
John, Thomas - bap. 18 8 1858 (par. - William & Mary)
John, William - bap. 11 4 1790 (par. - John & Martha)
Jones, ? - bap. 1 11 1764 (par. - ? & Anne)
Jones, Abra - bap. 1711 (par. - Evan & Gennet)
Jones, Allice - bap. 4 5 1873 (par. - Thomas & Ann)
Jones, Eliza - bap. 30 6 1861 (par. - Thomas & Ann)
Jones, Elvina - bap. 7 9 1874 (par. - Edward & Eliza)
Jones, James - bap. 28 5 1814 (par. - James & Martha)
Jones, Joseph - bap. 23 7 1865 (par. - Thomas & Ann)
Jones, Martha - bap. 1 8 1789 (par. - Richard & Elizabeth)
Jones, Martha - bap. 4 1 1864 (par. - Thomas & Ann)
Jones, Mary - bap. 3 7 1714 (par. - Evan & Genet)
Jones, Richard - bap. 3 5 1769 (par. - ? & Anne)
Jones, Sarah - bap. 3 7 1714 (par. - Evan & Genet)
Jones, William - bap. 30 5 1813 (par. - James & Martha)
Jones, William - bap. 3 12 1870 (par. - Thomas & Ann)
Lawrence, Mary - bap. 21 12 1760 (par. - William & Sarah)
Leach, Anne - bap. 8 12 1833 (par. - Francis & Mary)
Leach, Charlotte - bap. 12 11 1843 (par. - Francis & Mary)
Leach, Ellen Maude - bap. 28 10 1862 (par. - Francis & Ellen)
Leach, Francis - bap. 14 4 1832 (par. - Francis & Mary)
Leach, John - bap. 3 8 1718 (par. - Thomas & Judith)
Leach, Thomas - bap. 24 9 1721 (par. - Thomas & Judith)
Lewis, Benjamin - bap. 1811 (par. - Elizabeth Lewis)
Lewis, Dilys - bap. 22 12 1936 (par. - Stanley & Emily)
Lewis, Hugh - bap. 7 5 1738 (par. - Hugh & Abra)
Lewis, Joseph - bap. 2 7 1808 (par. - Henry & Elizabeth)
Lewis, Lewis - bap. 22 3 1796 (par. - Anne Lewis)
Lewis, Mary - bap. 26 3 1850 (par. - Thomas & Sarah)
Lewis, Thomas - bap. 26 10 1845 (par. - Rees & Sarah)
Lloyd, David - bap. 2 10 1870 (par. - George & Margaret)
Lloyd, Eliza - bap. 2 6 1878 (par. - George & Margaret)
Lloyd, Elizabeth - bap. 7 8 1892 (par. - Thomas & Selina)
Lloyd, Emma - bap. 7 1 1860 (par. - Thomas & Allice)
Lloyd, Francis - bap. 14 4 1762 (par. - Daniel & Katherin)
Lloyd, John - bap. 12 1 1873 (par. - George & Margaret)
Lloyd, John Howard - bap. 12 7 1891 (par. - Thomas & Selina)
Lloyd, Sarah - bap. 23 12 1888 (par. - Thomas & Selina)
Lloyd, Walter - bap. 4 8 1895 (par. - Thomas & Selina)
Lloyd, William - bap. 20 1 1883 (par. - George & Margaret)
Long, Arthur - bap. 1 1 1882 (par. - George & Esther)
Long, Edith - bap. 17 2 1889 (par. - George & Esther)
Long, Elizabeth - bap. 10 5 1818 (par. - George & Margaret)
Long, Emily - bap. 5 7 1885 (par. - George & Esther)
Long, Frances - bap. 23 4 1848 (par. - James & Mary)
Long, Frederick - bap. 25 9 1892 (par. - George & Esther)
Long, George - bap. 27 10 1844 (par. - James & Mary)
Long, James - bap. 7 5 1814 (par. - George & Margaret)
Long, Margarett - bap. 6 9 1846 (par. - James & Mary)
Long, Mary - bap. 17 2 1810 (par. - George & Margaret)
Long, William - bap. 20 8 1843 (par. - James & Mary)
Lort, Anne - bap. 7 10 1647 (par. - Roger & Esther)
Lorte, ? (son) - bap. 1641 (par. - ? & Hesther)
Lorte, Esther? - bap. 1642 (par. - )
Lorte, Gilbert - bap. 27 4 1671 (par. - John Lorte)
Malthars?, Dorothy Jane - bap. 2 2 1896 (par. - William & Mary)
Mansel, Charles - bap. 17 4 1856 (par. - William & Elizabeth)
Mansel, Julia - bap. 6 1 1859 (par. - William & Elizabeth)
Mansell, Mary Jane - bap. 10 12 1850 (par. - William & Elizabeth)
Marchant, Amelia - bap. 11 3 1860 (par. - Joseph & Margaret)
Mason, James - bap. 16 8 1789 (par. - John & Elizabeth)
Mason, John - bap. 15 1 1726 (par. - James & Mary)
Mason, Mary - bap. 12 3 1797 (par. - John & Elizabeth)
Mathews, Elizabeth - bap. 2 6 1822 (par. - James & Elizabeth)
Mathews, Maria - bap. 28 3 1846 (par. - Elizabeth Mathews)
Mathews, Thomas - bap. 8 5 1853 (par. - George & Mary)
Mathias, Ann - bap. 27 3 1842 (par. - John & Elizabeth)
Mathias, Elizabeth - bap. 19 8 1888 (par. - William & Elizabeth)
Mathias, John - bap. 13 11 1808 (par. - James & Elizabeth)
Mathias, Martha - bap. 30 12 1883 (par. - William & Elizabeth)
Mathias, Mary - bap. 8 2 1880 (par. - Henry & Esther)
Mathias, William - bap. 31 1 1841 (par. - George & Mary)
Matthews, Joseph - bap. 1734 (par. - John & ?)
Matthias, Ada Caroline - bap. 1 3 1891 (par. - William & Elizabeth)
Matthias, Anne - bap. 14 9 1884 (par. - Henry & Esther)
Matthias, Elizabeth - bap. 28 4 1878 (par. - Henry & Esther)
Matthias, Ellen - bap. 27 4 1882 (par. - Henry & Esther)
Matthias, William - bap. 2 2 1879 (par. - William & Elizabeth)
Matthias, William - bap. 16 5 1886 (par. - Henry & Esther)
Merchant, Catharine - bap. 10 3 1787 (par. - Richard & Mary)
Merchant, Elizabeth - bap. 7 6 1778 (par. - Richard & Mary)
Merchant, Henry - bap. 12 8 1785 (par. - Richard & Mary)
Merchant, Richard - bap. 12 2 1775 (par. - Richard & Mary)
Merchant, Richard - bap. 22 6 1783 (par. - Richard & Mary)
Metsom, Arthur - bap. 3 4 1887 (par. - Arthur & Tina)
Metsom, Tina Lydia - bap. 13 1 1889 (par. - Arthur & Tina)
Midgeley, Elizabeth - bap. 1 6 1812 (par. - Samuel & Martha)
Midgeley, Richard - bap. 9 4 1814 (par. - Samuel & Martha)
Miller, Thomasina - bap. 17 2 1866 (par. - William & Martha)
Miller, William - bap. 5 4 1868 (par. - William & Martha)
Mitchell, George - bap. 12 8 1855 (par. - James & Elizabeth)
Mitchell, George - bap. 19 12 1890 (par. - Robert & Margaret)
Mitchell, James - bap. 12 8 1855 (par. - James & Elizabeth)
Mitchell, John - bap. 12 8 1855 (par. - James & Elizabeth)
Monro, George - bap. 6 1 1808 (par. - Hugh & Mary)
Morgan, Thomas - bap. 1 8 1811 (par. - Abraham & Elizabeth)
Morgans, Matthew - bap. 4 12 1757 (par. - Matthew & Henrietta)
Morgans, William - bap. 28 7 1816 (par. - James & Ann)
Morris, Edgar Stanley - bap. 30 1 1898 (par. - John & Mary)
Morris, Frank - bap. 21 8 1892 (par. - John & Mary)
Morris, Glenys - bap. 4 4 1948 (par. - Albert & Enid)
Morris, Louis William - bap. 21 4 1895 (par. - John & Mary)
Morris, Michael - bap. 15 1 1852 (par. - William & Catherine)
Morris, Thomas - bap. 21 1 1886 (par. - John & Mary)
Morris, Walter - bap. 25 5 1890 (par. - John & Mary)
Morse, Bryumin Patrick - bap. 22 8 1982 (par. - Gregory & Anne)
Morse, Dora - bap. 8 9 1889 (par. - James & Mary)
Morse, Florence - bap. 27 6 1886 (par. - James & Mary)
Morse, Lucy - bap. 8 10 1882 (par. - James & Mary)
Morse, Margaret - bap. 12 1 1794 (par. - James & Ester)
Morse, Natasha Rosa - bap. 17 8 1985 (par. - Gregory Glenn & Anne)
Morse?, Hester - bap. 7 2 1836 (par. - John & Letitia)
Nash, ?ne (daughter) - bap. 22 5 1803 (par. - Robert & Elizabeth)
Nash, Anne - bap. 18 12 1796 (par. - Robert & Jane)
Nash, Catharine - bap. 18 1 1807 (par. - Robin & Elizabeth)
Nash, James - bap. 28 4 1805 (par. - Robin & Elizabeth)
Nash, Mary - bap. 11 2 1821 (par. - Mary Nash)
Nash, Stephen - bap. 20 5 1821 (par. - Anne Nash)
Nash, Thomas - bap. 16 4 1809 (par. - Robin & Elizabeth)
Nichol, Frances - bap. 30 3 1860 (par. - John & Mary)
Nicholas, Ada Mary - bap. 19 8 1923 (par. - William & Harriet)
Nicholas, Alfred George - bap. 11 8 1912 (par. - William & Annie)
Nicholas, Arthur - bap. 16 2 1902 (par. - William & Ann)
Nicholas, Elizabeth - bap. 16 5 1915 (par. - William & Annie)
Nicholas, Graham - bap. 11 8 1940 (par. - Alfred & Edith Gwen.)
Nicholas, Hester - bap. 24 12 1865 (par. - Samuel & Hester)
Nicholas, Jane - bap. 16 7 1855 (par. - Samuel & Hester)
Nicholas, William - bap. 15 9 1856 (par. - Samuel & Hester)
Parker, Guy Thomas - bap. 15 4 1973 (par. - Reginald & Elizabeth)
Parker, Martin James - bap. 15 4 1973 (par. - Reginald & Elizabeth)
Parker, Timothy Stuart - bap. 15 4 1973 (par. - Reginald & Elizabeth)
Payne, George - bap. 10 1 1836 (par. - William & Ann)
Payne, Richard - bap. 10 1 1836 (par. - William & Ann)
Payne, Sarah - bap. 10 1 1836 (par. - William & Ann)
Percival, Lodge - bap. 28 11 1886 (par. - Joseph & Mary)
Percival, Robert - bap. 21 5 1882 (par. - Joseph & Mary)
Percival, Susanna - bap. 6 7 1890 (par. - Joseph & Mary)
Percival, Tom Elidor - bap. 20 1 1884 (par. - Joseph & Mary)
Philips, James - bap. 26 1 1817 (par. - Thomas & Sarah)
Philips, Richard - bap. 5 1 1726 (par. - Jeremiah & Anna-Maria)
Phillip ?, Richard - bap. 1654 (par. - John Philip?)
Phillipes, Elnor - bap. 1 11 1644 (par. - David & Anne)
Phillips, Anne - bap. 28 11 1813 (par. - Thomas & Sarah)
Phillips, Elizabeth - bap. 4 3 1832 (par. - George & Mary)
Phillips, George - bap. 31 3 1833 (par. - Thomas & Sarah)
Phillips, George - bap. 6 4 1845 (par. - George & Mary)
Phillips, Hester - bap. 30 3 1847 (par. - George & Mary)
Phillips, Jemima - bap. 20 9 1840 (par. - George & Mary)
Phillips, Maria - bap. 7 2 1836 (par. - George & Mary)
Phillips, Martha - bap. 26 2 1843 (par. - George & Mary)
Phillips, Mary - bap. 1 11 1812 (par. - James & Sarah)
Phillips, Mary - bap. 2 3 1834 (par. - George & Mary)
Phillips, Mary - bap. 15 9 1878 (par. - Robert & Jane)
Phillips, Patrick - bap. 2 6 1985 (par. - Cherryl Ann Phillips)
Phillips, Thomas - bap. 23 5 1790 (par. - James & Anne)
Phillips, William - bap. 26 4 1829 (par. - Thomas & Sarah)
Phillips, William - bap. 3 4 1887 (par. - John & Margaret)
Powell, Hannah - bap. 30 12 1865 (par. - James & Frances)
Pritchard, - (daughter) - bap. 27 8 1856 (par. - Lewis & Sarah)
Pritchard, Annie - bap. 12 4 1885 (par. - George & Elizabeth)
Pritchard, Florel - bap. 30 7 1882 (par. - George & Elizabeth)
Pritchard, George - bap. 21 4 1854 (par. - Lewis & Sarah)
Pritchard, James - bap. 18 4 1852 (par. - Lewis & Sarah)
Pritchard, Lewis - bap. 26 2 1871 (par. - Lewis & Mary)
Pritchard, Lewis - bap. 30 3 1890 (par. - George & Elizabeth)
Pritchard, Lilian - bap. 23 3 1884 (par. - George & Elizabeth)
Pritchard, Mary - bap. 23 7 1865 (par. - Lewis & Sarah)
Pritchard, Mathew - bap. 17 11 1858 (par. - Lewis & Sarah)
Pritchard, Sarah - bap. 18 4 1852 (par. - Lewis & Sarah)
Pritchard, Selina - bap. 20 6 1861 (par. - Lewis & Sarah)
Pritchard, William - bap. 8 8 1886 (par. - George & Elizabeth)
Pritchett, Charles - bap. 14 7 1785 (par. - Charles & Anne)
Pritchett, Charlotte - bap. 1 11 1781 (par. - Charles & Anne)
Pritchett, James Pigott - bap. 4 1 1790 (par. - Charles & Anne)
Pritchett, Richard Charles - bap. 28 12 1788 (par. - Charles & Anne)
Proctor, Campbell - bap. 1 2 1938 (par. - Sidney & Gwendoline)
Proctor, Nicholas Jeremy - bap. 26 12 1965 (par. - William & Janet)
Proctor, William - bap. 4 5 1941 (par. - Sidney & Gwendoline)
Rees, Alfred - bap. 5 8 1855 (par. - Martha Rees)
Rees, Elizabeth - bap. 29 3 1793 (par. - Michael & Mary)
Rees, Elizabeth - bap. 16 5 1847 (par. - John & Elizabeth)
Rees, James - bap. 20 3 1814 (par. - John & Sarah)
Rees, James - bap. 18 6 1824 (par. - Thomas & Elizabeth)
Rees, James - bap. 12 9 1852 (par. - John & Mary)
Rees, John - bap. 28 11 1790 (par. - Michael & Mary)
Rees, John - bap. 17 6 1816 (par. - Thomas & Elizabeth)
Rees, John - bap. 23 5 1841 (par. - John & Elizabeth)
Rees, John Valentine - bap. 11 5 1858 (par. - John & Elizabeth)
Rees, Margaret - bap. 11 4 1840 (par. - Martha Rees)
Rees, Margaretta - bap. 7 2 1836 (par. - William & Mary)
Rees, Margaretta - bap. 16 3 1851 (par. - John & Elizabeth)
Rees, Mary - bap. 8 4 1838 (par. - William & Mary)
Rees, Sarah - bap. 1 6 1788 (par. - Michael Rees (sic!))
Rees, Sarah - bap. 2 3 1856 (par. - William & Elenor)
Rees, Thomas - bap. 22 9 1844 (par. - John & Elizabeth)
Rees, Thomas - bap. 27 9 1856 (par. - John & Mary)
Rees, Valentine - bap. 27 6 1819 (par. - Thomas & Elizabeth)
Rees, William - bap. 31 8 1817 (par. - Thomas & Elizabeth)
Rees, William - bap. 19 1 1834 (par. - William & Mary)
Reynish, Margaret - bap. 29 5 1859 (par. - John & Sarah)
Reynolds, Ann - bap. 28 5 1870 (par. - James & Jane)
Reynolds, Edith - bap. 5 6 1892 (par. - Aubrey & Jane)
Reynolds, Elizabeth - bap. 6 1 1867 (par. - James & Jane)
Reynolds, Florence - bap. 17 6 1894 (par. - Aubrey & Jane)
Reynolds, John - bap. 2 8 1868 (par. - James & Jane)
Reynolds, Maggie - bap. 21 7 1889 (par. - Thomas & Harriet)
Richards, Evan Henry - bap. 28 6 1898 (par. - Elizabeth Ann Richards)
Richards, James - bap. 7 10 1838 (par. - John & Jane)
Richards, John - bap. 21 2 1836 (par. - John & Jane)
Roach, Henry - bap. 4 8 1775 (par. - John & Mary)
Roach, James - bap. 10 10 1778 (par. - Elizabeth Roach)
Roch, Eliza - bap. 18 12 1870 (par. - George & Ellen)
Roch, James - bap. 8 7 1832 (par. - John & Mary)
Roch, John - bap. 26 12 1827 (par. - John & Mary)
Roch, Mary - bap. 7 11 1830 (par. - John & Mary)
Rogers, Charles - bap. 1 9 1869 (par. - Charles & Elizabeth)
Rogers, Edwin - bap. 1 4 1874 (par. - Charles & Elizabeth)
Rogers, Frederic - bap. 3 1 1872 (par. - Charles & Elizabeth)
Rogers, Phillip - bap. 7 4 1876 (par. - Charles & Elizabeth)
Rogers, Thomas - bap. 28 4 1782 (par. - John & Letitia)
Rossiter, Bertha - bap. 31 7 1887 (par. - Frances Rossiter)
Rowe, Martha ? - bap. 26 5 1776 (par. - Richard & Elizabeth)
Rowe, Richard - bap. 13 10 1774 (par. - Richard & Elizabeth)
Russel, John - bap. 10 2 1784 (par. - Anne Russel)
Russell, Anne Evangeline - bap. 8 11 1953 (par. - Patrick & Elizabeth)
Russell, Carl Gwynne - bap. 25 3 1973 (par. - Richard & Isobel)
Russell, Clare Marie - bap. 5 11 1950 (par. - William & Lily May)
Russell, Daniel Anthony - bap. 13 11 1964 (par. - Patrick & Elizabeth)
Russell, Edward - bap. 12 4 1887 (par. - Thomas & Esther)
Russell, Elizabeth - bap. 5 7 1690 (par. - Richard & Margaret)
Russell, Esther - bap. 5 10 1884 (par. - Thomas & Esther)
Russell, Gareth Patrick - bap. 12 7 1959 (par. - Patrick & Elizabeth)
Russell, Janet Lindsey - bap. 2 8 1956 (par. - William & Mary)
Russell, John Stanley - bap. 1 4 1883 (par. - Thomas & Esther)
Russell, Karina Louise - bap. 17 4 1955 (par. - Patrick & Elizabeth)
Russell, Kerry Simon - bap. 13 11 1964 (par. - Patrick & Elizabeth)
Russell, Marie Louise - bap. 19 10 1958 (par. - William & Mary)
Russell, Mark - bap. 10 8 1969 (par. - William & Joyce)
Russell, Michael - bap. 10 8 1969 (par. - William & Joyce)
Russell, Nicholas Olsen - bap. 20 4 1952 (par. - Patrick & Elizabeth)
Russell, Patrick Lewis - bap. 19 9 1928 (par. - Lewis & Evangeline)
Russell, Richard - bap. 4 8 1923 (par. - Lewis & Evangeline)
Russell, Richard Gwynne - bap. 27 7 1947 (par. - William & Lily May)
Russell, Ronald - bap. 23 2 1890 (par. - Thomas & Esther)
Russell, Rosemary Zia - bap. 12 7 1959 (par. - Patrick & Elizabeth)
Russell, Stephen Gwynne - bap. 2 8 1956 (par. - Patrick & Elizabeth)
Russell, Thomas - bap. 26 9 1880 (par. - Thomas & Esther)
Russell, Vivienne - bap. 10 8 1969 (par. - William & Joyce)
Russell, Walter - bap. 19 3 1882 (par. - Thomas & Esther)
Russell, William - bap. 23 2 1921 (par. - Lewis & Evangeline)
Russell, William - bap. 12 9 1924 (par. - Lewis & Evangeline)
Russiter, Alfred - bap. 26 3 1865 (par. - Thomas & Prescilla)
Russiter, Arthur - bap. 27 1 1867 (par. - Thomas & Pressilla)
Samways, Bernard - bap. 18 4 1880 (par. - Bernard & Jane)
Samways, Harry - bap. 14 2 1878 (par. - Bernard & Jane)
Saxton, Eliza - bap. 9 3 1873 (par. - Ephraim & Eliza)
Saxton, George - bap. 9 3 1873 (par. - Ephraim & Eliza)
Scall, - the daughter - bap. 28 9 1736 (par. - Henry & -)
Scall, - the son - bap. 1 10 1733 (par. - Henry Scall)
Scall, Henry - bap. 20 5 1727 (par. - Henry Scall)
Scourfield, Edith - bap. 4 5 1890 (par. - John & Jane)
Scourfield, Edwin - bap. 23 12 1883 (par. - John & Jane)
Scourfield, Sarah - bap. 23 10 1881 (par. - John & Jane)
Shea?, John - bap. 20 9 1805 (par. - Richard & Catharine)
Skone, Elizabeth - bap. 15 12 1901 (par. - Alfred & Annie)
Skone, Mary Ann - bap. 8 7 1855 (par. - George & Martha)
Skone, Stanley John - bap. 20 12 1903 (par. - Alfred & Annie)
Smith, Ann - bap. 14 2 1815 (par. - Thomas & Frances)
Smith, Elinor - bap. 27 1 1808 (par. - George & Mary)
Smith, Elizabeth - bap. 6 5 1807 (par. - George & Mary)
Smith, William - bap. 24 10 1813 (par. - Thomas & Frances)
Smyth, Ann - bap. 17 11 1839 (par. - Samuel & Elizabeth)
Stephens, - (daughter) - bap. 26 3 1848 (par. - John & Mary)
Stephens, Annie - bap. 29 5 1868 (par. - John & Martha)
Stephens, Arthur - bap. 22 1 1865 (par. - John & Martha)
Stephens, Elsie - bap. 22 6 1890 (par. - Arthur & Mary)
Stephens, Francis - bap. 7 5 1820 (par. - James & Frances)
Stephens, Francis - bap. 13 7 1848 (par. - Thomas & Ann)
Stephens, George - bap. 9 12 1823 (par. - James & Frances)
Stephens, Hester - bap. 30 9 1838 (par. - John & Mary)
Stephens, James - bap. 4 9 1836 (par. - John & Mary)
Stephens, Jane - bap. 16 4 1826 (par. - James & Frances)
Stephens, John - bap. 20 7 1845 (par. - John & Mary)
Stephens, Martha - bap. 27 6 1841 (par. - John & Mary)
Stephens, Mary - bap. 17 9 1842 (par. - John & Mary)
Stephens, Thomas - bap. 3 12 1843 (par. - John & Mary)
Thomas, Anne - bap. 25 8 1650 (par. - Hugh? & Jone?)
Thomas, Anne - bap. 22 4 1704 (par. - James & Abra)
Thomas, Catharine - bap. 8 4 1834 (par. - Joseph & Elizabeth)
Thomas, Catherine - bap. 23 1 1876 (par. - George & Mary)
Thomas, Edward - bap. 2 8 1702 (par. - James & Abra)
Thomas, Elizabeth - bap. 12 7 1696 (par. - Thomas & Jone ?)
Thomas, Elizabeth - bap. 24 6 1830 (par. - Richard & Mary)
Thomas, Elizabeth - bap. 7 10 1838 (par. - William & Mary)
Thomas, Elizabeth - bap. 21 5 1872 (par. - James & Sarah)
Thomas, Elizabeth - bap. 28 11 1875 (par. - William & Mary)
Thomas, Ellen - bap. 12 9 1852 (par. - George & Lettice)
Thomas, Emily - bap. 28 6 1863 (par. - David & Emma)
Thomas, Frances - bap. 4 3 1877 (par. - William & Mary)
Thomas, Frederic - bap. 15 3 1871 (par. - James & Sarah)
Thomas, Garry - bap. 24 9 1961 (par. - William & Kathleen)
Thomas, George - bap. 3 9 1820 (par. - Stephen & Elizabeth)
Thomas, George - bap. 7 5 1843 (par. - George & Catherine)
Thomas, George - bap. 4 11 1877 (par. - George & Mary)
Thomas, Harriet - bap. 21 8 1836 (par. - George & Catherine)
Thomas, Humphrey - bap. 8 7 1699 (par. - James & Abra)
Thomas, James - bap. 28 3 1886 (par. - George & Mary)
Thomas, Joan - bap. 14 11 1651 (par. - ? & Jone)
Thomas, John - bap. 5 4 1864 (par. - George & Mary)
Thomas, John - bap. 9 2 1870 (par. - James & Sarah)
Thomas, Martha - bap. 15 2 1880 (par. - George & Mary)
Thomas, Mary - bap. 4 12 1831 (par. - Richard & Mary)
Thomas, Mary - bap. 15 3 1832 (par. - George & Mary)
Thomas, Mary - bap. 15 5 1847 (par. - George & Letitia)
Thomas, Richard - bap. 25 8 1872 (par. - George & Mary)
Thomas, Sarah - bap. 10 3 1850 (par. - George & Letitia)
Thomas, Sarah - bap. 21 5 1882 (par. - George & Mary)
Thomas, Stephen - bap. 18 7 1841 (par. - Stephen & Elizabeth)
Thomas, William - bap. 28 4 1889 (par. - George & Mary)
Tomblin, Ada - bap. 28 4 1878 (par. - John & Julia)
Tomblin, Emily - bap. 29 2 1880 (par. - John & Julia)
Tracey, Jemima - bap. 24 4 1825 (par. - Joseph & Margaret)
Tucker, George - bap. 11 9 1831 (par. - John & Anne)
Tucker, Mary - bap. 8 4 1827 (par. - John & Anne)
Walters, Mark - bap. 7 3 1878 (par. - Thomas & Maria)
Walters, Martha - bap. 7 3 1864 (par. - Mary Walters)
Warlow, Mary - bap. 16 9 1847 (par. - George & Elizabeth)
Webb, Jane - bap. 6 1 1850 (par. - George & Mary)
Wharlow, Elizabeth - bap. 2 9 1827 (par. - Thomas & Mary)
Whellin, John - bap. 11 10 1784 (par. - John & Jane)
Whitton, - daughter - bap. 1 6 1659 (par. - Richard Whitton)
Wilkin, John - bap. 28 8 1797 (par. - Elizabeth Wilkin)
William, Jane - bap. 13 3 1641 (par. - John & Joan)
William, Jane - bap. 14 9 1643 (par. - John & Joan)
Williams, Catharine - bap. 13 3 1831 (par. - George & Martha)
Williams, George - bap. 20 8 1855 (par. - George & Elizabeth)
Williams, George - bap. 1 7 1869 (par. - Thomas & Maria)
Williams, Jane - bap. 22 11 1808 (par. - Alice Williams)
Williams, John - bap. 19 7 1801 (par. - Jane Williams)
Williams, John - bap. 1 2 1824 (par. - George & Martha)
Williams, Joseph - bap. 17 7 1864 (par. - Thomas & Maria)
Williams, Joseph - bap. 24 6 1866 (par. - Thomas & Maria)
Williams, Margaret - bap. 5 2 1860 (par. - Thomas & Maria)
Williams, Margaret - bap. 11 6 1939 (par. - George & Mary)
Williams, Maria - bap. 6 12 1829 (par. - George & Maria)
Williams, Martha - bap. 10 7 1836 (par. - George & Maria)
Williams, Martha - bap. 17 7 1864 (par. - Thomas & Maria)
Williams, Mary - bap. 26 5 1782 (par. - David & Mary)
Williams, Mary - bap. 17 3 1822 (par. - George & Maria)
Williams, Robert - bap. 9 12 1849 (par. - Ellen Williams)
Williams, Sylvia - bap. 11 6 1939 (par. - George & Mary)
Williams, Thomas - bap. 18 11 1821 (par. - George & Martha)
Williams, Thomas - bap. 2 11 1823 (par. - George & Maria)
Williams, William - bap. 18 11 1797 (par. - Jane Williams)
Williams, William - bap. 13 1 1833 (par. - George & Maria)
Williams, William - bap. 7 7 1850 (par. - Thomas & Eliza)
Williams, William George - bap. 5 3 1893 (par. - Arthur & Elizabeth)
Wright, John - bap. 8 4 1821 (par. - Peter & Martha)
Wright, Martha - bap. 29 6 1828 (par. - Peter & Martha)
Wright, Peter - bap. 9 5 1819 (par. - Peter & Martha)

St. Petrox Church - Marriage Register.

?, ? to John Woodward 6 2 1734
?, Alles to Hugh S-? 3 4 1660
?, Elizabeth to Abraham Band? 16 10 1647
?-art, Walter to Magdalen Randolph 29 9 1702
Adam, Ginnet to John Howell 1 11 1646
Adams, Eliza to Edward Jones 15 11 1868
Adams, Elizabeth to William Toms 24 10 1779
Adams, Elizabeth to George Taylor 31 12 1876
Adams, John? to Mary B-? 20 7 1702
Adams, Martha to George Davies 29 7 1866
Allan, Emma Louisa to Anthony Banchard Pike 3 5 1849
Amson, Henry to Elizabeth Williams 13 6 1779
B-?, Mary to John? Adams 20 7 1702
Bancks, Richard to Elizabeth Morris 6 5 1765
Band?, Abraham to Elizabeth ? 16 10 1647
Barnfield, Joseph to Martha Howells 30 3 1785
Baynon, John to Mary Jones 10 10 1756
Bevans, Anna Maria to Jeremiah Philips 16 8 1724
Bevans, John to Anna Maria Clark 23 6 1719
Bevans, Thomas to Martha Jones 16 11 1811
Beynon, John to Alice Rock 15 5 1836
Bishop, Henry to Elizabeth Gibbon 23 8 1704
Bittle, Rowland to Joan Castle 11 6 1728
Bittle, Sarah Anne to Thomas Dawkins 10 9 1895
Blethyn, George to Elizabeth James 1 9 1805
Bluman, Mary to David Williams 14 11 1818
Bosher, William (farmer) to Thomasin Jones 11 6 1702
Bowen, Ann to Daniel John 4 10 1834
Bowen, Anne to John Tasker 13 10 1716
Bowen, Elizabeth to Richard Brookshaw 14 9 1706
Bowen, Hannah to George Williams 12 7 1823
Bowen, Hugh to Mary Read 19 10 1720
Bowen, John to Margaret Williams 10 9 1765
Bowen, John to Mary Davies 27 5 1843
Bowen, Mary to George Holcom 3 6 1740
Bowen, Matthew to Latitia Standish 6 2 1696
Bowen, Thomas to Elizabeth Nash 19 10 1793
Bowlsher, Elizabeth to John Hall 12 10 1771
Brace, James to Eliza James 13 8 1842
Brace, Jane to James Reynolds 29 9 1866
Brooks, Adam to Ann Williams 1 5 1813
Brookshaw, Richard to Elizabeth Bowen 14 9 1706
Brown, Henry Lionel to Violet Mitchell 3 8 1985
Brown, Leabella to John Lewis 12 10 1727
Butler, David to Elizabeth Jones 8 3 1735
Butler, Mary to George Henslor? 9 2 1747
Butler, William to Hannah Morgan 24 2 1799
Buttler, Mary to John? Thomas 6 10 1753
Buxnell, Matthew to Susannah Perrott 13 11 1694
Bythell, Janet to William Anthony Proctor 3 8 1963
Cadwallader, Jane to John Llewhellin 27 11 1779
Campbell, Eustatia to George Campbell 1 2 1805
Campbell, George to Eustatia Campbell 1 2 1805
Canton, May to Arthur Stephens 25 7 1889
Carne, James to Martha Evans 19 9 1724
Carne, William to Fler Hitching 12 7 1653
Castle, Anne to John Roch 26 2 1814
Castle, Joan to Rowland Bittle 11 6 1728
Chirrett, Jane to William Maddocks 13 8 1804
Clark, Anna Maria to John Bevans 23 6 1719
Cole, Edith Mary to George Frederick Rubython 13 11 1915
Cole, John to Sarah Mary Scourfield 15 8 1922
Cole, Thomas to Annie Rossiter 29 12 1898
Colins, William to Alice Williams 3 10 1702
Colley, John to Rebecca Lewis 4 10 1857
Conick, Catherine to Francis Tancred 19 10 1704
Couch, Jane to Robert Phelps 10 2 1729
Crisp, John to Jane Godwin 21 6 1875
Croft, Charles Edward to Annie Pritchard 8 8 1923
Cummings, Kenneth to Mary Smyth 14 7 1794
Curry?, Richard to Alice (Mrs.) Meares 27 1 1735
Daventry, Henry (tailor) to Jennet Freeman 24 2 1701
Davey, Elizabeth to John Rees 4 6 1857
David, Anne to John Jones 22 4 1775
David, Mary to David Thomas 12 12 1758
David, Thomas to Elizabeth Hughs 6 2 1731
Davids, Rebecca to John Russen 30 4 1785
Davidson, Thomas to Jane Roberts 7 1 1840
Davies, Adam to Susan Hood 18 12 1743
Davies, Benjamin to Elizabeth Phillips 12 5 1796
Davies, Frederick Charles to Sarah Alice Lloyd 26 4 1919
Davies, George to Martha Adams 29 7 1866
Davies, James to Mary Dawkins 1 11 1902
Davies, Jane to James Williams 23 10 1762
Davies, John to Rachel Stevens 25 6 1762
Davies, John to Martha Rice 24 3 1764
Davies, Mary to John Bowen 27 5 1843
Davies, Mary to Aretas Thomas 14 10 1873
Davies, Sarah to John Rossar 14 4 1812
Dawkins, Elizabeth to John Hitchins 24 9 1778
Dawkins, Elizabeth to Thomas Griffith 15 8 1871
Dawkins, Judith to Thomas Leach 3 11 1716
Dawkins, Mary to James Davies 1 11 1902
Dawkins, Thomas to Sarah Anne Bittle 10 9 1895
Dawkins, Walter to Barbara Winch 25 12 1760
Drinkwater, Mary to William Jones 4 5 1715
Drinkwater, Thomas to Mary Germin 29 10 1696
Duggan, Elizabeth to Benjamin Thomas 19 1 1759
Duggan, Thomas to Elizabeth Thomas 1703
Duggan, William to Mary Roblin 15 10 1786
Evans, Cesar to Mary Mason 14 10 1827
Evans, Daniel to Mary Jane Long 2 11 1895
Evans, Dorothy to Henry Voyle 10 7 1707
Evans, Elizabeth to Arthur Williams 12 11 1892
Evans, Esther to William Griffith 27 1 1828
Evans, Francis Edward to Flora Pritchard 26 12 1907
Evans, Harriett to William Harris 8 10 1870
Evans, James to Martha Jones 24 10 1812
Evans, Jane to Benjamin Griffiths 18 11 1893
Evans, John to Abra Williams 29 9 1750
Evans, John? to Dorcas Patch? 27 11 1634
Evans, Martha to James Carne 19 9 1724
Evans, Mary to John Williams 14 10 1732
Evans, Mary to David Jenkins 31 10 1807
Evans, Mary to Elias John 27 1 1900
Evans, Phoebe to John John 11 10 1845
Evans, Susan to John Rich 26 4 1748
Evans, Thomas to Sarah Fisher 12 2 1823
Eynon, Elizabeth to William Williams 9 10 1791
Eynon, Jane to John Thomas 26 8 1753
Faith, David to Mary Morgan 3 7 1748
Fender?, John to Dorothy Phuilips 21 2 1712
Ferrier, Philip (farmer) to Alice Harefet? 27 6 1702
Fisher, Sarah to Thomas Evans 12 2 1823
Frances?, Hester to Stephen Young 16 9 1651
Freeman, Jennet to Henry (tailor) Daventry 24 2 1701
Freeman, Mary to Edward Hopton 5 7 1714
Furlan?, Mary to John Morse 11 2 1708
Furlong, Elizabeth to Morgan Morgans 19 11 1807
Furlong, James to Elizabeth Jones 17 11 1781
Furlong, John to Sarah Symmonds 18 8 1777
Garlick, Josephine Elizabeth to William Glenville Nicholas 8 9 1962
Geoghegan, Ian to Rosemary Russell 24 8 1985
George, Esther to David Rowe 14 10 1727
Germin, Griffith to Elizabeth Parcel 2 4 1808
Germin, Mary to Thomas Drinkwater 29 10 1696
Gibbon, Benjamin to Elizabeth Gibbon 14 4 1699
Gibbon, Elizabeth to Benjamin Gibbon 14 4 1699
Gibbon, Elizabeth to Henry Bishop 23 8 1704
Gibbs, Anne to Thomas James 29 11 1799
Godwin, Jane to John Crisp 21 6 1875
Griffith, Alice to Alexander Thomas 18 4 1713
Griffith, Dinah to William Jones 17 10 1747
Griffith, Emily to John Pritchard 17 12 1872
Griffith, Frances to Benjamin Stephens 17 4 1875
Griffith, Rachel to Thomas Hitching 29 9 1716
Griffith, Thomas to Elizabeth Dawkins 15 8 1871
Griffith, William to Esther Evans 27 1 1828
Griffiths, Benjamin to Jane Evans 18 11 1893
Griffiths, David William to Brenda Mary Welby 20 4 1963
Griffiths, Enid Martha to Albert Arthur Morris 22 6 1946
Griffiths, Margaret Elizabeth to William James Harries 27 11 1956
Griffiths, Sian to Richard Lloyd 26 7 1986
Griffiths, Thomas to Ann Phillips 1 6 1841
Gwyther, John to Ann Rowlands 28 7 1860
Gwyther, Mary to George Jermyn 24 7 1726
Haigh, Sarah to William Lawrence 21 9 1760
Haines, George Leonard to Emily Hay 21 10 1899
Hall, Elizabeth to Walter Roch 17 10 1780
Hall, Francis to Elizabeth Merryman 19 10 1754
Hall, John to Elizabeth Bowlsher 12 10 1771
Hall, Richard to Sarah Mathias 15 12 1798
Hall, William to Margaret Jones 1 11 1760
Hall, William to Anne Owens 10 11 1821
Handman, Frederick Louis to Edith Elizabeth Long 23 3 1910
Harefet?, Alice to Philip (farmer) Ferrier 27 6 1702
Harries, Elizabeth to John Mathias 29 10 1835
Harries, William James to Margaret Elizabeth Griffiths 27 11 1956
Harris, Henry to Anne John 2 8 1820
Harris, Mary to James Long 26 1 1943
Harris, William to Harriett Evans 8 10 1870
Hay, Emily to George Leonard Haines 21 10 1899
Hay, Jane Elizabeth to Aubrey Summers Reynolds 29 3 1891
Hay, Mary to Philip Jones 15 1 1780
Henslor?, George to Mary Butler 9 2 1747
Henton, Lilian May to William Henry Rees 10 1 1925
Hill, Martha to John John 4 11 1786
Hill, Martha to Samuel Midgley 20 11 1811
Hitching, Abra to Hugh Lewis 2 10 1737
Hitching, Fler to William Carne 12 7 1653
Hitching, Jane to William Rogers 21 4 1737
Hitching, John to Elizabeth Morrice 25 6 1726
Hitching, Thomas to Rachel Griffith 29 9 1716
Hitching, Thomas (vic.) to Dorcas (widow) Stoakes 18 10 1602
Hitchins, John to Elizabeth Dawkins 24 9 1778
Holcom, George to Mary Bowen 3 6 1740
Holcombe, Anne to John Jones 27 12 1732
Hood, Elizabeth to Richard Rowe 21 10 1773
Hood, Susan to Adam Davies 18 12 1743
Hopton, Edward to Mary Freeman 5 7 1714
Howell, John to Ginnet Adam 1 11 1646
Howells, Frank Henry to Ellen Nicholas 17 2 1927
Howells, Martha to Joseph Barnfield 30 3 1785
Howells, William Howard to Gladys Mary Nicholas 5 1 1924
Hughes, Thomas (servant) to Jane (servant) Warlow 21 4 1701
Hughs, Elizabeth to Thomas David 6 2 1731
Hughs, Robert? to Grace Thomas 32 10 1705
Hunt, Rebecca to John Lee 27 11 1718
Hutton, Maud to David Maddocks 7 1 1692
Jackson, George to Elizabeth Mary Lloyd 29 12 1915
James, Anne to George Reece 5 9 1789
James, Eliza to James Brace 13 8 1842
James, Elizabeth to George Blethyn 1 9 1805
James, Jane to James Williams 27 10 1804
James, John to Elizabeth Rees 4 11 1815
James, Mark to Evans Jemima 21 9 1929
James, Martha to John Llewhellin 4 10 1794
James, Mary to John Richards 12 10 1796
James, Rebecca to James Thomas 3 11 1860
James, Thomas to Anne Gibbs 29 11 1799
James, William to Mary Says 5 5 1787
Jemima, Evans to Mark James 21 9 1929
Jenkins, David to Mary Evans 31 10 1807
Jenkins, John to Mary Thomas 21 11 1773
Jenkins, Joshua to Susan Skone 12 5 1833
Jenkins, William to Mary Tracey 7 11 1848
Jermyn, George to Mary Gwyther 24 7 1726
John, Ann to Stephen Price 30 10 1841
John, Anne to Henry Harris 2 8 1820
John, Daniel to Ann Bowen 4 10 1834
John, Elias to Mary Evans 27 1 1900
John, John to Martha Hill 4 11 1786
John, John to Phoebe Evans 11 10 1845
John, Louis Archibald to Mary Swanwick 24 11 1951
John, Thomas to Mary Rossant? 12 9 1747
John, Thomas to Lettice Thomas 3 3 1771
John, Thomas to Martha Thomas 24 10 1818
Johnes, Richard? to Mary Vaughan 1646
Jones, Dorothy Mary to William John Rees 14 7 1962
Jones, Edward to Eliza Adams 15 11 1868
Jones, Elizabeth to David Butler 8 3 1735
Jones, Elizabeth to John Merriman 28 4 1740
Jones, Elizabeth to James Furlong 17 11 1781
Jones, Elizabeth (Mrs.) to Jeremiah (Revd.) Philips 2 11 1733
Jones, Evan to Hesther Toms 9 1736
Jones, Evan to Esther Seer? 14 9 1736
Jones, John to Anne Holcombe 27 12 1732
Jones, John to Anne David 22 4 1775
Jones, Margaret to William Hall 1 11 1760
Jones, Martha to Thomas Bevans 16 11 1811
Jones, Martha to James Evans 24 10 1812
Jones, Mary to David Matthews 2 7 1716
Jones, Mary to John Baynon 10 10 1756
Jones, Mary to John Roach 14 4 1776
Jones, Mary to Michael Rees 11 6 1786
Jones, Mary to Robert Steel 16 4 1822
Jones, Mary Ann to Isaac Vaughan 8 5 1841
Jones, Philip to Mary Hay 15 1 1780
Jones, Samuel to Anne Williams 5 4 1779
Jones, Sarah to John Rogers 7 10 1732
Jones, Thomas to Anne Smith 14 10 1860
Jones, Thomasin to William (farmer) Bosher 11 6 1702
Jones, William to Mary Drinkwater 4 5 1715
Jones, William to Dinah Griffith 17 10 1747
Kymer?, Dorothy to Hugh Phelps 18 4 1709
Laurence, Lettice to William Williams 26 7 1728
Lawrence, William to Sarah Haigh 21 9 1760
Leach, Thomas to Judith Dawkins 3 11 1716
Lee, John to Rebecca Hunt 27 11 1718
Lewis, Elizabeth to James Rees 26 12 1795
Lewis, Hugh to Abra Hitching 2 10 1737
Lewis, John to Leabella Brown 12 10 1727
Lewis, Lettice to David Williams 22 10 1807
Lewis, Mary to William Lewis 20 10 1843
Lewis, Rebecca to John Colley 4 10 1857
Lewis, William to Mary Lewis 20 10 1843
Lewis, William to Ann Williams 2 9 1856
Llewhellin, John to Jane Cadwallader 27 11 1779
Llewhellin, John to Martha James 4 10 1794
Lloyd, Daniel to Katherine Meare 4 3 1760
Lloyd, Elizabeth Mary to George Jackson 29 12 1915
Lloyd, Henrietta to ? Morgans 1751
Lloyd, John to Ann Tracey 16 8 1858
Lloyd, Margaret to Arthur Meares 17 2 1735
Lloyd, Richard to Sian Griffiths 26 7 1986
Lloyd, Sarah Alice to Frederick Charles Davies 26 4 1919
Lloyd, Thomas to Selina Pritchard 5 7 1883
Long, Edith Elizabeth to Frederick Louis Handman 23 3 1910
Long, Emily Mary to Thomas Tasker 23 8 1904
Long, James to Mary Harris 26 1 1943
Long, Mary Jane to Daniel Evans 2 11 1895
Maddocks, David to Maud Hutton 7 1 1692
Maddocks, William to Jane Chirrett 13 8 1804
Mason, Edward to Rebecca Rees 17 10 1713
Mason, Mary to Cesar Evans 14 10 1827
Mathias, John to Elizabeth Harries 29 10 1835
Mathias, Sarah to Richard Hall 15 12 1798
Matthews, David to Mary Jones 2 7 1716
Mear?, Elizabeth (Mrs.) to Francis Row 9 5 1719
Meare, Katherine to Daniel Lloyd 4 3 1760
Meares, Alice (Mrs.) to Richard Curry? 27 1 1735
Meares, Arthur to Margaret Lloyd 17 2 1735
Merchant, Richard to Mary Watkins 29 10 1772
Merriman, John to Elizabeth Jones 28 4 1740
Merryman, Elizabeth to Francis Hall 19 10 1754
Midgley, Samuel to Martha Hill 20 11 1811
Millard, Charles to Elizabeth Thomas 20 7 1733
Mitchell, Violet to Henry Lionel Brown 3 8 1985
Morgan, Hannah to William Butler 24 2 1799
Morgan, Mary to David Faith 3 7 1748
Morgan, William to Jane Price 11 10 1766
Morgans, ? to Henrietta Lloyd 1751
Morgans, Morgan to Elizabeth Furlong 19 11 1807
Morrice, Elizabeth to John Hitching 25 6 1726
Morris, Albert Arthur to Enid Martha Griffiths 22 6 1946
Morris, Elizabeth to Richard Bancks 6 5 1765
Morse, Gregory Glenn to Anne Evangeline Russell 21 7 1979
Morse, John to Mary Furlan? 11 2 1708
Murray, Isobel to Richard Gwynne Russell 5 12 1970
Nash, Elizabeth to Thomas Bowen 19 10 1793
Nash, Elizabeth to Stephen Thomas 22 7 1820
Nash, Robert to Mary Thomas 5 10 1754
Nicholas, Ellen to Frank Henry Howells 17 2 1927
Nicholas, Gladys Mary to William Howard Howells 5 1 1924
Nicholas, William Glenville to Josephine Elizabeth Garlick 8 9 1962
Ormond, Alice to Henry Thomas 27 10 1720
Owens, Anne to William Hall 10 11 1821
Palmer, Elizabeth to Thomas Williams 9 10 1736
Parcel, Elizabeth to Griffith Germin 2 4 1808
Patch?, Dorcas to John? Evans 27 11 1634
Peagne?, Henry to Joan Williams 11 2 1708
Perrott, Susannah to Matthew Buxnell 13 11 1694
Phelps, Hugh to Dorothy Kymer? 18 4 1709
Phelps, Robert to Jane Couch 10 2 1729
Phelps, Wiliam to Margaret Powell 23 2 1698
Philips, Elizabeth (Mrs.) to John Smith 19 9 1736
Philips, Jeremiah to Anna Maria Bevans 16 8 1724
Philips, Jeremiah (Revd.) to Elizabeth (Mrs.) Jones 2 11 1733
Phillips, Ann to Thomas Griffiths 1 6 1841
Phillips, Anne to Thomas Roblin 21 12 1802
Phillips, Elizabeth to Benjamin Davies 12 5 1796
Phillips, Thomas to Sarah Rees 13 6 1812
Phuilips, Dorothy to John Fender? 21 2 1712
Pike, Anthony Banchard to Emma Louisa Allan 3 5 1849
Powell, Margaret to William Phelps 23 2 1698
Powell, Thomas Athol to Lilian Pritchard 25 4 1911
Price, Isaac to Mary Jane Pritchard 22 2 1900
Price, Jane to William Morgan 11 10 1766
Price, Richard to Anne Smyth 20 11 1792
Price, Stephen to Ann John 30 10 1841
Pritchard, Annie to Charles Edward Croft 8 8 1923
Pritchard, Flora to Francis Edward Evans 26 12 1907
Pritchard, John to Emily Griffith 17 12 1872
Pritchard, Lilian to Thomas Athol Powell 25 4 1911
Pritchard, Mary Jane to Isaac Price 22 2 1900
Pritchard, Sarah Ann to William Thomas 28 4 1900
Pritchard, Selina to Thomas Lloyd 5 7 1883
Proctor, William Anthony to Janet Bythell 3 8 1963
Purcer, Anne to Joseph Williams 7 7 1778
Randolph, Magdalen to Walter ?-art 29 9 1702
Read, Mary to Hugh Bowen 19 10 1720
Reece, George to Anne James 5 9 1789
Rees, Elizabeth to John James 4 11 1815
Rees, James to Elizabeth Lewis 26 12 1795
Rees, Jane to John Stephens 26 3 1870
Rees, John to Elizabeth Davey 4 6 1857
Rees, Michael to Mary Jones 11 6 1786
Rees, Rebecca to Edward Mason 17 10 1713
Rees, Sarah to Thomas Phillips 13 6 1812
Rees, William Henry to Lilian May Henton 10 1 1925
Rees, William John to Dorothy Mary Jones 14 7 1962
Reynolds, Aubrey Summers to Jane Elizabeth Hay 29 3 1891
Reynolds, James to Jane Brace 29 9 1866
Rice, Martha to John Davies 24 3 1764
Rich, John to Susan Evans 26 4 1748
Richards, John to Mary James 12 10 1796
Roach, John to Mary Jones 14 4 1776
Roberts, Jane to Thomas Davidson 7 1 1840
Roblin, Mary to William Duggan 15 10 1786
Roblin, Thomas to Anne Phillips 21 12 1802
Roblin, William to Margaret Thomas 22 10 1815
Roch, John to Anne Castle 26 2 1814
Roch, Walter to Elizabeth Hall 17 10 1780
Rock, Alice to John Beynon 15 5 1836
Rogers, Elizabeth to Isaac Wilkins 13 11 1768
Rogers, John to Sarah Jones 7 10 1732
Rogers, Matilda to William George Russell 14 8 1860
Rogers, William to Jane Hitching 21 4 1737
Rossant?, Mary to Thomas John 12 9 1747
Rossar, John to Sarah Davies 14 4 1812
Rossiter, Annie to Thomas Cole 29 12 1898
Row, Francis to Elizabeth (Mrs.) Mear? 9 5 1719
Rowe, David to Esther George 14 10 1727
Rowe, Richard to Elizabeth Hood 21 10 1773
Rowlands, Ann to John Gwyther 28 7 1860
Rubython, George Frederick to Edith Mary Cole 13 11 1915
Russell, Anne Evangeline to Gregory Glenn Morse 21 7 1979
Russell, Richard Gwynne to Isobel Murray 5 12 1970
Russell, Rosemary to Ian Geoghegan 24 8 1985
Russell, William George to Matilda Rogers 14 8 1860
Russen, John to Rebecca Davids 30 4 1785
S-?, Hugh to Alles ? 3 4 1660
Says, Mary to William James 5 5 1787
Scourfield, Sarah Mary to John Cole 15 8 1922
Seer?, Esther to Evan Jones 14 9 1736
Skone, Susan to Joshua Jenkins 12 5 1833
Smith, Anne to Thomas Jones 14 10 1860
Smith, John to Elizabeth (Mrs.) Philips 19 9 1736
Smyth, Anne to Richard Price 20 11 1792
Smyth, Mary to Kenneth Cummings 14 7 1794
Standish, Latitia to Matthew Bowen 6 2 1696
Steel, Robert to Mary Jones 16 4 1822
Stephens, Arthur to May Canton 25 7 1889
Stephens, Benjamin to Frances Griffith 17 4 1875
Stephens, John to Jane Rees 26 3 1870
Stevens, Rachel to John Davies 25 6 1762
Stoakes, Dorcas (widow) to Thomas (vic.) Hitching 18 10 1602
Stokes, Antony (Gent.) to Jane (his wife) Stokes 15 1 1699
Stokes, Jane (his wife) to Antony (Gent.) Stokes 15 1 1699
Swanwick, Mary to Louis Archibald John 24 11 1951
Symmonds, Sarah to John Furlong 18 8 1777
Tancred, Francis to Catherine Conick 19 10 1704
Tancred, John to Anne Willims 1 10 1763
Tasker, Elizabeth to Valentine White 9 11 1781
Tasker, John to Anne Bowen 13 10 1716
Tasker, Richard to Mary Thomas 28 1 1772
Tasker, Thomas to Emily Mary Long 23 8 1904
Taylor, George to Elizabeth Adams 31 12 1876
Thomas, Alexander to Alice Griffith 18 4 1713
Thomas, Aretas to Mary Davies 14 10 1873
Thomas, Benjamin to Elizabeth Duggan 19 1 1759
Thomas, David to Mary David 12 12 1758
Thomas, David to Catharine Williams 17 6 1804
Thomas, Elizabeth to Thomas Duggan 1703
Thomas, Elizabeth to Charles Millard 20 7 1733
Thomas, Grace to Robert? Hughs 32 10 1705
Thomas, Henry to Alice Ormond 27 10 1720
Thomas, James to Rebecca James 3 11 1860
Thomas, John to Jane Eynon 26 8 1753
Thomas, John to Mary Venable 28 9 1783
Thomas, John (servant) to Mary (servant) Thomas 25 11 1701
Thomas, John? to Mary Buttler 6 10 1753
Thomas, Lettice to Thomas John 3 3 1771
Thomas, Margaret to William Roblin 22 10 1815
Thomas, Martha to Thomas John 24 10 1818
Thomas, Mary to Robert Nash 5 10 1754
Thomas, Mary to Richard Tasker 28 1 1772
Thomas, Mary to John Jenkins 21 11 1773
Thomas, Mary (servant) to John (servant) Thomas 25 11 1701
Thomas, Stephen to Elizabeth Nash 22 7 1820
Thomas, William to Sarah Ann Pritchard 28 4 1900
Toms, Hesther to Evan Jones 9 1736
Toms, Michael to Elizabeth Watkins 24 3 1771
Toms, William to Elizabeth Adams 24 10 1779
Tracey, Ann to John Lloyd 16 8 1858
Tracey, Mary to William Jenkins 7 11 1848
Vaughan, Isaac to Mary Ann Jones 8 5 1841
Vaughan, Mary to Richard? Johnes 1646
Venable, Mary to John Thomas 28 9 1783
Voyle, Henry to Dorothy Evans 10 7 1707
Warlow, Jane (servant) to Thomas (servant) Hughes 21 4 1701
Watkins, Elizabeth to Michael Toms 24 3 1771
Watkins, Mary to Richard Merchant 29 10 1772
Welby, Brenda Mary to David William Griffiths 20 4 1963
White, Anne (his wife) to Richard (servant) White 17 3 1700
White, Elizabeth to Edward Wyatt 4 9 1758
White, Richard (servant) to Anne (his wife) White 17 3 1700
White, Valentine to Elizabeth Tasker 9 11 1781
Wilkins, Isaac to Elizabeth Rogers 13 11 1768
Williams, Abra to John Evans 29 9 1750
Williams, Alice to William Colins 3 10 1702
Williams, Ann to Adam Brooks 1 5 1813
Williams, Ann to William Lewis 2 9 1856
Williams, Anne to Samuel Jones 5 4 1779
Williams, Arthur to Elizabeth Evans 12 11 1892
Williams, Catharine to David Thomas 17 6 1804
Williams, David to Lettice Lewis 22 10 1807
Williams, David to Mary Bluman 14 11 1818
Williams, Elizabeth to Henry Amson 13 6 1779
Williams, George to Hannah Bowen 12 7 1823
Williams, James to Jane Davies 23 10 1762
Williams, James to Jane James 27 10 1804
Williams, Joan to Henry Peagne? 11 2 1708
Williams, John to Mary Evans 14 10 1732
Williams, Joseph to Anne Purcer 7 7 1778
Williams, Margaret to John Bowen 10 9 1765
Williams, Thomas to Elizabeth Palmer 9 10 1736
Williams, William to Lettice Laurence 26 7 1728
Williams, William to Elizabeth Eynon 9 10 1791
Willims, Anne to John Tancred 1 10 1763
Winch, Barbara to Walter Dawkins 25 12 1760
Woodward, John to ? ? 6 2 1734
Wyatt, Edward to Elizabeth White 4 9 1758
Young, Stephen to Hester Frances? 16 9 1651

St. Petrox Church - Burial Register.

Adams, Hester - bur. 10 12 1679 (age - )
Annesley, Robert - bur. 11 9 1746 (age - )
Argyle, Mary Ellen - bur. 25 2 1932 (age - 57)
Beede, John - bur. 3 2 1647 (age - )
Bevans, Elizabeth (widow) - bur. 25 5 1772 (age - )
Bevans, John - bur. 6 6 1723 (age - )
Bevans, Lewis - bur. 10 11 1745 (age - )
Beynon, George - bur. 4 12 1836 (age - 1)
Beynon, Thomas - bur. 16 4 1837 (age - 3)
Bigg, Melina - bur. 29 8 1844 (age - 5)
Biggs, William - bur. 29 3 1850 (age - 19)
Bourne, Anne - bur. 9 7 1735 (age - )
Bowen, John - bur. 29 10 1897 (age - 75)
Bowen, Mary - bur. 18 2 1903 (age - 84)
Brace, Joseph - bur. 2 9 1728 (age - )
Brace, Mary - bur. 8 9 1848 (age - 2)
Brown, Esther - bur. 30 12 1879 (age - 90)
Brown, Henry L C (Ashes) - bur. 16 12 1995 (age - 77)
Browne, ? - bur. 1 1 1642 (age - )
Browne, Abra (infant) - bur. 28 3 1643 (age - )
Browne, Sarah? - bur. 30 6 1642 (age - )
Burch, Rice - bur. 3 11 1646 (age - )
Campbell, George (negro serv.) - bur. 1 1 1792 (age - )
Canton, Henry - bur. 21 10 1865 (age - 00)
Chagg ?, Anne - bur. 3 1 1784 (age - )
Chester, Arthur - bur. 22 2 1870 (age - 35)
Clark, Elizabeth w. of Walt - bur. 22 10 1701 (age - )
Clark, Magdalene w. of Walt - bur. 3 3 1718 (age - )
Clark, Thomas - bur. 21 10 1695 (age - )
Clark, Walter - bur. 22 5 1728 (age - )
Clarke, Katherine - bur. 16 6 1688 (age - )
Clarke, Walter - bur. 13 1 1685 (age - )
Clarke, William - bur. 9 9 1686 (age - )
Cosker, Mary - bur. 14 8 1862 (age - 29)
Cumins, Mary - bur. 21 7 1845 (age - 74)
Cummins, Kenneth - bur. 29 4 1829 (age - 69)
David, Walter - bur. 7 1 1774 (age - )
Davies, Henry - bur. 3 6 1848 (age - 00)
Davies, Hester - bur. 3 4 1848 (age - 60)
Davies, Margaret - bur. 8 9 1858 (age - 28)
Davies, Martha - bur. 29 2 1868 (age - 2)
Davies, Mary - bur. 7 3 1928 (age - 58)
Davies, William - bur. 29 10 1647 (age - )
Davies, William - bur. 25 12 1862 (age - 3)
Dawkins, Abra - wife of Henry - bur. 25 3 1725 (age - )
Dawkins, Ann - bur. 15 2 1872 (age - 00)
Dawkins, Ann - bur. 29 7 1876 (age - 3)
Dawkins, Ann - bur. 10 4 1895 (age - 79)
Dawkins, Elizabeth - bur. 29 1 1914 (age - 75)
Dawkins, Elizabeth - bur. 22 12 1954 (age - 82)
Dawkins, George - bur. 12 12 1877 (age - 40)
Dawkins, George - bur. 2 3 1895 (age - 85)
Dawkins, George - bur. 27 8 1949 (age - 73)
Dawkins, Henry - bur. 20 7 1787 (age - )
Dawkins, Henry the elder - bur. 1 6 1763 (age - )
Dawkins, John - bur. 26 4 1913 (age - 44)
Dawkins, John - bur. 5 5 1915 (age - 76)
Dawkins, Lettice (widow) - bur. 17 1 1780 (age - )
Dawkins, Louisa - bur. 13 5 1874 (age - 00)
Dawkins, Martha - bur. 14 9 1929 (age - 85)
Dawkins, Mary - bur. 21 4 1964 (age - 81)
Dawkins, Richard - bur. 5 3 1798 (age - )
Dawkins, Thomas - bur. 16 5 1959 (age - 80)
Drinkwater, Richard - bur. 21 1 1706 (age - )
Drinkwater, Sarah (widow) - bur. 9 3 1716 (age - )
Evans, Ann - bur. 3 6 1834 (age - 5)
Evans, James - bur. 31 7 1842 (age - 18)
Evans, Margaret - bur. 27 7 1987 (age - 67)
Evans, Owen ? - bur. 2 5 1703 (age - )
Evans, Thomas - bur. 18 4 1870 (age - 79)
Evans, William - bur. 7 6 1814 (age - 00)
Evans, William - bur. 11 5 1825 (age - 3)
Fisher, Elizabeth - bur. 18 4 1898 (age - 16)
Fisher, Jane - bur. 25 2 1910 (age - 57)
Gales, Charles - bur. 4 2 1799 (age - )
Garlick, Frederick - bur. 27 12 1956 (age - 63)
Garlick, Martha - bur. 8 1 1972 (age - 82)
Gee, Mary - bur. 22 4 1863 (age - 00)
Gines, John - bur. 17 5 1797 (age - )
Gough, Hilda - bur. 25 1 1941 (age - 5)
Grant, John - bur. 13 12 1765 (age - )
Griffith, George - bur. 1 3 1653 (age - )
Griffith, Henry - bur. 24 12 1655 (age - )
Griffith, Sarah - bur. 6 12 1846 (age - 3)
Gwyther, Elizabeth - bur. 11 8 1910 (age - 63)
Gwyther, George - bur. 12 3 1918 (age - 63)
Hall, Ann - bur. 31 5 1915 (age - 57)
Hall, Elizabeth - bur. 21 9 1919 (age - 81)
Hall, George - bur. 11 3 1919 (age - 62)
Hall, James - bur. 5 8 1773 (age - )
Hancocke, ? - bur. 1642 (age - )
Harries, Alfred - bur. 7 9 1978 (age - 94)
Harries, Annie - bur. 30 4 1969 (age - 84)
Harries, Brenda - bur. 21 11 1934 (age - 21)
Harries, Margaret (ashes) - bur. 12 11 1994 (age - )
Harries, Martha - bur. 8 8 1877 (age - 00)
Harries, William - bur. 30 9 1974 (age - 63)
Hayward, Susanna - bur. 9 5 1789 (age - )
Henton, Rebecca - bur. 25 4 1827 (age - 00)
Hitching, John - bur. 30 11 1734 (age - )
Hitching, Phillip - bur. 11 8 1648 (age - )
Hitching, Rachel (widow) - bur. 14 9 1774 (age - )
Hitching, Roger - bur. 10 12 1644 (age - )
Hitching, Thomas - bur. 9 3 1765 (age - )
Hitching, Thomas (infant) - bur. 18 5 1735 (age - )
Hitchings, Ann - bur. 21 7 1902 (age - 82)
Hitchings, Ann - bur. 12 1 1932 (age - 80)
Hitchings, Catherine - bur. 17 9 1912 (age - 62)
Hitchings, Elizabeth - bur. 1 9 1941 (age - 76)
Hitchings, Henry - bur. 27 10 1896 (age - 82)
Hitchings, Henry - bur. 13 1 1925 (age - 72)
Hitchings, Hester - bur. 6 4 1920 (age - 76)
Hitchings, Mary - bur. 14 8 1893 (age - 51)
Hogh ?, Henry - bur. 12 10 1816 (age - 56)
Holcombe, Anne - bur. 20 1 1764 (age - )
Howell, Joan - bur. 27 7 1647 (age - )
Howells, Gladys - bur. 6 3 1969 (age - 64)
Howells, James - bur. 29 2 1868 (age - 54)
Howells, William Howard - bur. 27 9 1982 (age - 81)
Hugh, ? - bur. 1640 (age - )
Hughes, Mary - bur. 27 3 1845 (age - 10)
Hughs, Thomas - bur. 22 6 1732 (age - )
James, Alfred - bur. 25 3 1873 (age - 2)
James, Ann - bur. 29 3 1852 (age - 4)
James, David - bur. 30 3 1780 (age - )
James, Eliza - bur. 19 4 1852 (age - 00)
James, Elizabeth - bur. 8 7 1873 (age - 25)
James, Henry - bur. 9 10 1872 (age - 20)
James, John - bur. 23 11 1872 (age - 25)
James, Mary - bur. 9 3 1852 (age - 1)
James, Sarah - bur. 22 10 1889 (age - 70)
James, Stephen - bur. 5 10 1878 (age - 55)
John, John - bur. 26 1 1820 (age - 56)
John, Martha - bur. 6 7 1818 (age - 63)
John, Thomas - bur. 27 12 1798 (age - )
John, Thomas - bur. 26 6 1865 (age - 90)
Johns, George - bur. 12 5 1927 (age - 84)
Jones, Charlotte - bur. 28 3 1822 (age - 42)
Jones, Charlotte - bur. 23 1 1844 (age - 27)
Jones, Elizabeth - bur. 2 4 1788 (age - )
Jones, Essex - bur. 2 8 1728 (age - )
Leach, Francis George - bur. 16 5 1876 (age - 79)
Leach, Mary - bur. 9 3 1894 (age - 86)
Leach, William - bur. 24 2 1837 (age - 6)
Lewis, Ann - bur. 24 1 1845 (age - 68)
Lewis, Henry - bur. 25 9 1864 (age - 27)
Lewis, John - bur. 17 6 1848 (age - 80)
Lewis, Mary - bur. 3 9 1844 (age - 34)
Lewis, Mary - bur. 28 12 1900 (age - 63)
Lewis, Thomas - bur. 21 11 1873 (age - 15)
Lewis, William - bur. 14 11 1868 (age - 60)
Lewis, William - bur. 23 6 1984 (age - 78)
Linnet ?, Thomas - bur. 17 10 1824 (age - 26)
Lloyd, Ann - bur. 20 2 1907 (age - 84)
Lloyd, John - bur. 30 1 1731 (age - )
Lloyd, William - bur. 17 1 1899 (age - 78)
Long, Elizabeth - bur. 15 8 1819 (age - 00)
Long, Elizabeth - bur. 4 2 1909 (age - 85)
Long, Frances - bur. 25 5 1848 (age - 00)
Long, George - bur. 30 9 1829 (age - 6)
Long, George - bur. 10 12 1862 (age - 83)
Long, George - bur. 19 1 1936 (age - 83)
Long, Hester - bur. 4 11 1930 (age - 78)
Long, John - bur. 9 5 1876 (age - 55)
Long, John - bur. 15 4 1895 (age - 20)
Long, Margaret - bur. 29 6 1848 (age - 1)
Long, Margaret - bur. 29 5 1857 (age - 74)
Long, Mary - bur. 21 1 1849 (age - 36)
Lorte, Sampson - bur. 7 3 1646 (age - )
McPherson, John - bur. 4 12 1768 (age - )
Merchant, Margaret - bur. 20 3 1798 (age - )
Merchant, Richard - bur. 3 1 1797 (age - )
Merchant, Richard (infant) - bur. 7 4 1777 (age - )
Miles ?, John - bur. 16 1 1848 (age - 00)
Morris, Mary - bur. 23 1 1850 (age - 56)
Mosely, John - bur. 16 3 1745 (age - )
Nash, Ann - bur. 1 12 1826 (age - 67)
Nash, Anne - bur. 20 3 1800 (age - )
Nash, Jane - bur. 20 6 1801 (age - )
Nash, Lettice - bur. 6 6 1807 (age - )
Nash, Martha - bur. 19 5 1831 (age - 38)
Nash, Robert - bur. 8 3 1780 (age - )
Nash, Sarah - bur. 17 3 1881 (age - 67)
Nicholas, Edith - bur. 3 1 1900 (age - 2)
Nicholas, Harriet - bur. 19 12 1946 (age - 56)
Nicholas, William - bur. 3 2 1970 (age - 70)
Phillips, George - bur. 8 3 1846 (age - 1)
Phillips, George - bur. 27 6 1862 (age - 58)
Powell, Lilian - bur. 27 11 1939 (age - 55)
Powell, Rees - bur. 10 11 1725 (age - )
Powell, Thomas - bur. 18 7 1946 (age - 67)
Pritchard, Elizabeth - bur. 2 1 1837 (age - 60)
Pritchard, Elizabeth - bur. 27 4 1926 (age - 70)
Pritchard, George - bur. 23 3 1933 (age - 78)
Pritchard, James - bur. 18 3 1853 (age - 00)
Pritchard, Lewis - bur. 4 2 1871 (age - 58)
Pritchard, Martha - bur. 16 2 1861 (age - 2)
Pritchard, Sarah - bur. 20 9 1893 (age - 70)
Pritchett, Anne - bur. 16 12 1797 (age - )
Pritchett, Charles Pigott - bur. 11 8 1813 (age - 70)
Prout, Alice - bur. 1 3 1790 (age - )
Rees, George - bur. 3 2 1800 (age - )
Richards, George - bur. 17 5 1835 (age - 00)
Roberts, Benjamin - bur. 3 6 1831 (age - 79)
Roberts, Katherin - bur. 21 10 1772 (age - )
Roberts, Sarah - bur. 30 8 1819 (age - 70)
Rogers, Martha - bur. 14 11 1907 (age - 00)
Rossiter, Frances - bur. 20 8 1919 (age - 67)
Rossiter, Frederick - bur. 15 9 1971 (age - 51)
Rossiter, Priscilla - bur. 22 12 1911 (age - 82)
Rossiter, Thomas - bur. 28 7 1895 (age - 75)
Row, Henry - bur. 25 4 1781 (age - )
Rowe, Mary -wife of Thomas - bur. 1764 (age - )
Rowe, Thomas - bur. 9 3 1767 (age - )
Russell, Clare - bur. 7 4 1977 (age - 93)
Russell, Edward - bur. 27 2 1888 (age - 00)
Russell, Esther - bur. 10 6 1918 (age - 72)
Russell, Evangeline - bur. 19 7 1941 (age - 54)
Russell, Kerry Simon - bur. 2 10 1981 (age - 19)
Russell, Lewis Michael - bur. 9 1 1965 (age - 86)
Russell, Lily May - bur. 10 6 1992 (age - 72)
Russell, Richard - bur. 11 10 1923 (age - 00)
Russell, Ronald - bur. 8 12 1890 (age - 00)
Russell, Thomas - bur. 21 1 1881 (age - 00)
Russell, Thomas - bur. 7 12 1913 (age - 84)
Russell, William - bur. 16 10 1986 (age - 65)
Smith, Elinor - bur. 1 4 1805 (age - )
Smith, Elizabeth - bur. 13 10 1820 (age - 14)
Smith, George - bur. 12 1 1818 (age - 84)
Smith, Margaret - bur. 4 9 1709 (age - )
Smyth, George - bur. 13 8 1813 (age - 39)
Thomas, Anne - bur. 4 10 1650 (age - )
Thomas, Arthur (infant) - bur. 1 9 1715 (age - )
Thomas, David - bur. 26 11 1764 (age - )
Thomas, Humphrey (infant) - bur. 23 9 1721 (age - )
Thomas, Joan - bur. 6 10 1643 (age - )
Thomas, John - bur. 30 1 1717 (age - )
Thomas, Mary - bur. 17 8 1846 (age - 22)
Thomas, Sarah - bur. 27 10 1914 (age - 63)
Thomas, Stephen - bur. 20 6 1842 (age - 47)
Thomas, Thomas - bur. 7 4 1724 (age - )
Thomas, William - bur. 20 1 1860 (age - 00)
Thomas, William - bur. 22 3 1877 (age - 29)
Thomas, William - bur. 13 12 1914 (age - 73)
Tracey, Margaret - bur. 13 5 1870 (age - 90)
Tracy, Jemima - bur. 13 3 1901 (age - 75)
Tracy, Joseph - bur. 30 1 1877 (age - 96)
Watkin, Elizabeth (pauper) - bur. 8 2 1807 (age - )
Watkin, Thomas (pauper) - bur. 2 4 1805 (age - )
Welby, Clarice - bur. 20 2 1981 (age - 69)
Welby, Robert - bur. 6 8 1977 (age - 83)
Whellin, John - bur. 13 4 1796 (age - )
Wilkins, Jeane - bur. 26 2 1780 (age - )
William, Jane - bur. 22 10 1641 (age - )
Williams, Anthony - bur. 28 8 1647 (age - )
Williams, Diana - bur. 23 6 1835 (age - 00)
Williams, George - bur. 27 10 1841 (age - 22)
Williams, Maria - bur. 24 10 1849 (age - 57)
Wood, William - bur. 24 9 1805 (age - )
Wright, Katherin - bur. 1 2 1770 (age - )

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St Twynnels    St Gwynnog    (SR 950976)    (Jottings)

St Twynnel is another local saint. The sturdy church has been victorianised. It has panels with ten commandments on behind the Altar.

Nearby is a large imposing Iron age camp.

ST TWYNNELLS.

A long 13th century nave has a pointed tunnel-vault carried on the thick side walls. Remnants of the late 13th and 14th centuries are the small tower perched on the west wall, the south porch, the south transept with a squint and the arch of a former north transept.

There is a plain tablet to Katherine Owen of Orielton, died 1698.

In 1259 a chapel-of-ease at Kylkermeran (Crickmarron Farm) is recorded. Nothing remains of it.

The church of St. Winnoc [St. Twinnel] was formerly part of the possessions of the priory of St. Nicholas, Pembroke and was by the prior and monks of that house, with the consent of the abbot of Seyes the patron of the church, granted to Richard Carew, bishop of St. Davids, who in 1260 appropriated it to the canons resident of St. David’s Cathedral subject to a pension of one mark, which the prior was wont to receive from the church, and reserving to the Bishop the right of presenting the vicar thereto, and also subject to the canons resident providing a competent endowment for that minister - this grant was to take effect on the death of William de Gogh, who was then the rector of St Twinnels. - Stat. Menevia. William Gogh was rector in 1259, and this is the only record of an individual rector of this church.

Described as Ecclesia Sancti Wynnoce, this church was in 1291 assessed at £12 for tenths to the King, the sum payable being £1 4s. - Taxatio.

Vicaria de Sancto Wynoco. - Vicaria ibidem ex col-lacione callonicorum ecclesie cathedralis Menevensis unde R. Den elericus est vicarius ibidem et habet man-sionem et imetus hujus vicarie valent per annum iiijil. Inde sol in visitacione ordinaria quolibet tercio anno iiijd.

St in visitacione archidiaconis quolibet anno pro pro-curacionibus et sinodalibus xxiijd. Et rernanet clare 77s. 9d. Inde decima 7S. gid. - Valor Eccl.

Under the heading “Livings Discharged”: St. Twinells alias Winnsc alias Wemor alias Lymoc (St. Winocus). Ordinario quolibet tertio anno, 4d. Archidiac. quolibet anno, 1s 11d. Habet mans. eum fruct. Chantor and a £10, 1s. 11d. Habet mans. cum fruct. Chantor and Chapter of St. David’s Impr. and Patr. Clear yearly value, £24. King’s Books, £3 17s. 11d. – Bacon’s Liber Regis.

The earliest record of a lease of the tithes of this church was on 4 April, 1554, when a lease for 40 years at a rent of £8 was granted to Henry Wyriott, gent., and George Wyriott, gent., both of Orielton, Pems. In July, 1565, George Wyriotte and his son and heir, John Wyriotte, obtained another lease for 40 years to commence from the termination of the proceeding lease at the same rent. In 1641 Mrs. Dorothy Owen, the mother of Sir Hugh Owen, held the tithes on land at the rent of £8 16s., and in 1661 a lease of them was granted for 21 years to Sir Hugh Owen, Bart., of Orielton. In 1662 Arthur Owen of Orielton, [the brother of Sir Hugh Owen] obtained a lease for 21 years at the same rent but the tenant was to make the vicars stipend equal to the tenants share. - Chapter Records. From this date down till the year 1817 the tithes continued to be held by the Owen family under leases regularly renewed, the rent remaining at £10 during the whole period. In 1817 Sir John Owen, Bart., paid a fine of £80 for a new term of 21 years - Collectanea Menevensia.

On 24 March, 1851, the chapter afixed its seal to a certificate of the Ecclesiastical Commissioners for a proposed exchange of the advowson of Henfynyw, for the advowson of the vicarage of Warren, Pems., with the view of uniting Warren with St. Twinnels - Chapter Acts. On 26 Dec., 1851, the vicarages of St. Twinnels and Warren were united under an Order in Council.

On 15 Mar., 1860, the vicar of St. Twinnels was authorized to borrow from Queen Annes Bounty to build a vicarage house. - Chapter Acts.

All presentations to the united vicarages of Warren with St. Twinnels are by the dean and chapter of St David’s Cathedral.

Extract from a Letter from Cha[rle]s Pigott Pritchett, rural dean of Pembroke, to William Stuart Bishop of St Davids:

..... 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.   

Church in wales MS AD/AET 1209.

Pembrokeshire life 1572 - 1843.

Altar rails originated in the time of William Laud, archbishop of Canterbury. He was a stickler for order and dignity in public worship, and his influence on the Church of England was profound. It seems to have been customary in those days for dogs to accompany their owners to Church. To ensure that dogs should not foul the altar, Laud decreed that rails should be erected to protect the sanctuary of the church from their wanderings. Few modern altar rails would serve the purpose. Those at St Twynnells would certainly keep straying canines away. They still would not meet the Archbishops specifications, however. He decreed that the railings should be erected along three sides of the altar area.

Land Tax 1791.

PARISH AND PROPERTY                SURNAME             FORENAMES

St Twynells Cabbage Corner                          Campbell            John (owner)
St Twynells Cabbage Corner                          Wilkinson           William (tenant)
St Twynells Carew                                          Campbell            John (owner)
St Twynells Carew                                          Campbell            John (owner)
St Twynells Carew                                          Thomas              John (tenant)
St Twynells Carew                                          Williams            George (tenant)
St Twynells Carew croft                                 Protheroe           James (owner)
St Twynells Carew croft                                 Purser                Charles (tenant)

St Twynells East Southrow                           Freeman             J (owner)          

St Twynells Farm                                            Campbell             John (owner)       

St Twynells Farm (one part)                           Evans                George (tenant)    

St Twynells Farm (three parts)                      Watkins             John (tenant)      

St Twynells Gallets Hill                                  Davies              Evan (tenant)      

St Twynells Gallets Hill                                  Nicholas            Mrs Jane (owner)   

St Twynells Hayston                                       Campbell             John (owner)       

St Twynells Hayston                                       Young               Jonathan (tenant)  

St Twynells Lovestone                                   Campbell             John (owner)       

St Twynells Lovestone                                   Linton              James  (tenant)    

St Twynells Middle South Row                     Campbell            John (owner)       

St Twynells Middle South Row                     Gough               Roger (tenant)     

St Twynells North Lavrry                               Campbell            John (owner)       

St Twynells North Lavrry                               Saunders            Benjamin (tenant)  

St Twynells South Lavrry                               Campbell            John (owner)        

St Twynells South Lavrry                               Lewis               John (tenant)      

St Twynells Thorn                                           Moody               Mrs Elizabeth (owner

St Twynells Thorn                                           Moody               William (tenant)   

St Twynells Tranorgan                                    Campbell             John (owner)       

St Twynells Tranorgan                                    Thomas              John (tenant)      

St Twynells Treforce                                       Campbell             John (owner)       

St Twynells Treforce                                       Freeman             J (owner)          

St Twynells Treforce                                       Lawles              William (tenant)   

St Twynells Treforce                                       Protheroe           James (owner)      

St Twynells Treforce                                       Thomas              John (tenant)      

St Twynells Tythe                                           Hereford             Lord Visct (Owner) 

St Twynells Tythes                                         Bowling             George (tenant)    

St Twynells Tythes                                         Holcombe            Rev William (owner)

St Twynells Tythes                                         Owen                Lady Anne (owner)  

St Twynells part of Carew                              Campbell            John (owner)       

St Twynells part of Carew                              Dawkins             Walter (tenant)    

St Twynells part of Wells                               Campbell            John (owner)       

St Twynells part of Wells                               Davies              Stephen (tenant)

Clergy.

de Gogh             William                     1259                St Twinnels  rector

Reynisshe           Richard                    1398 Sep 10   St Twinnels  vicar

Younge              David                        1433                St Twinnels  vicar                      

Longe               David                         1433 Oct 10     St Twinnels  vicar

Rogers              John                            1486 Apr 29     St Twinnels  vicar

Don                 Res                               1534                 St Twinnels  vicar

Phillips            Morgan                         1549                 St Twinnels  vicar

Phillipps           Morgan                       1554 Jun3         St Twinnels  vicar

Price               William                         1611                  St Twinnels  vicar

Coulton             James                   1618?                St Twinnels  vicar

Coulton             Francis                       1662  Aug 18    St Twinnels  vicar

Jones               William                        1662 Jan 26       St Twinnels  vicar

Rees                David                           1688  Jul 25       St Twinnels  vicar  

Reese               David                          1696 Jun 10       St Twinnels  vicar

Edwards             Thomas                          1737  Apr 21      St Twinnels  vicar

Roberts             James                  1743  Dec 6        St Twinnels  vicar

Holcombe            William                    1764  May 16      St Twinnels  vicar

Roberts             Nicholas                     1796  Oct 29        St Twinnels  vicar

Williams            John                          1799  Oct 30        St Twinnels  vicar                       Wilcocks            John                 1814  Aug 5        St Twinnels  vicar                       Philipps            Charles                  1837  Sep 19       St Twinnels  vicar                       Nares               Owen Alexander          1859  Jan 11        St Twinnels  vicar                       Reed                William               1866  Mar 7         St Twinnels  vicar                       Green               Alfred  J  M                  1874  May22       St Twinnels  vicar                       Edmondes            Charles Gresford      1882  Jul 11         St Twinnels  vicar                       Matthews            William                     1888 Dec 1          St Twinnels  vicar                       Jones               Daniel                           1903  Jul 29           St Twinnels  vicar                      

Gabriel             Gwilym Philip              1907  Nov18         St Twinnels  vicar                      

 

Barret              Lewis               1670            St Twynells      Pembrokeshire Hearths h1                                                                            

Beede               Lewis               1670            St Twynells      Pembrokeshire Hearths h2                                                                           

Coale               John                1670            St Twynells        Pembrokeshire Hearth p                                                                             

Cozens              William             1670            St Twynells    Pembrokeshire Hearths p                                                                             

Doogan              Phillip             1670            St Twynells      Pembrokeshire Hearth p                                                                             

Duberlin            Nicholas            1670            St Twynells    Pembrokeshire Hearth p                                                                             

Eynon               William             1670            St Twynells     Pembrokeshire Hearth p                                                                              

Gillam              Anne                1670            St Twynells       Pembrokeshire Hearths h1                                                                           

Hall                Richard             1670            St Twynells         Pembrokeshire Hearth p                                                                             

Harries             William             1670            St Twynells       Pembrokeshire Hearths h2                                                                            

Hitching            William             1670            St Twynells      Pembrokeshire Hearths h2                                                                           

Hitchins            John                1670            St Twynells         Pembrokeshire Hearths h2                                                                           

Hitchins            Thomas              1670            St Twynells      Pembrokeshire Hearths h2                                                                            Husband             Evan                1670            St Twynells       Pembrokeshire Hearth p                                                                             

Jones                           George              1670            St Twynells         Pembrokeshire Hearth p                                                                             

Lewis               Thomas              1670            St Twynells       Pembrokeshire Hearths h2                                                                            

Llewhelin           Nicholas            1670            St Twynells     Pembrokeshire Hearth p                                                                             

Lloyd               Joseph              1670            St Twynells         Pembrokeshire Hearths h2                                                                           

Lort                John                1670            St Twynells            Pembrokeshire Hearths h2                                                                            Millard             Thomas              1670            St Twynells       Pembrokeshire Hearth p                                                                              Moody               Catherine           1670            St Twynells      Pembrokeshire Hearths H2                                                                            Orwell              Thomas              1670            St Twynells       Pembrokeshire Hearth p                                                                              Poyer               William             1670            St Twynells        Pembrokeshire Hearths p                                                                             Poyer               Lawrence            1670            St Twynells      Pembrokeshire Hearths h1                                                                            Rowe                John                1670            St Twynells          Pembrokeshire Hearths h2                                                                            Rowe                Thomas              1670            St Twynells       Pembrokeshire Hearths h2                                                                            Thomas              John                1670            St Twynells         Pembrokeshire Hearths p                                                                             Thomas              John                1670            St Twynells         Pembrokeshire Hearths h2                                                                            Thomas              Roger               1670            St Twynells        Pembrokeshire Hearths h2                                                                            Thomas              Thomas              1670            St Twynells      Pembrokeshire Hearth p                                                                              White               Jane                1670            St Twynells            Pembrokeshire Hearths h2

 

St. Twynnell’s Church - Baptism Register

 

 


?, Benjamin - bap. 10 10 1784 (par. - Mary)
?, Benjamin - bap. 1790 (par. - John & Ann)
?, Elizabeth - bap. 8 1 1758 (par. - Thomas ?)
?, Mary - bap. 27 11 1757 (par. - John ?)
?, William - bap. 1784 (par. - John & Margaret)
Adam, Elizabeth - bap. 17 5 1778 (par. - Joseph & Mary)
Adams, John - bap. 4 11 1817 (par. - William & Jane)
Adams, Mary - bap. 6 10 1822 (par. - Wiliam & Jane)
Ashley, Lilian - bap. 8 10 1911 (par. - George & Sarah)
Atkins, Henry - bap. 5 6 1785 (par. - John & Jane)
Baker, William - bap. 2 5 1915 (par. - John & Emma)
Banner, Annie - bap. 16 5 1875 (par. - Thomas & Mary)
Banner, William - bap. 1873 (par. - Thomas & Mary)
Barnet, (daughter) - bap. 3 10 1824 (par. - George & Jessey)
Barnet, Jessey - bap. 23 3 1834 (par. - George & Jessey)
Barnet, John - bap. 14 11 1830 (par. - George & Jessey)
Barton, Margaret (twin) - bap. 10 3 1781 (par. - Mary Barton)
Barton, William (twin) - bap. 10 3 1781 (par. - Mary Barton)
Bateman, Anne - bap. 12 2 1815 (par. - Elizabeth Bateman)
Bateman, Henry - bap. 1813 (par. - Elizabeth Bateman)
Bateman, Thomas - bap. 7 6 1834 (par. - Elizabeth Bateman)
Baumas, ? - bap. 1785 (par. - Thomas)
Beddoe, John - bap. 2 8 1885 (par. - John & Sarah)
Beddoe, Sarah - bap. 8 5 1881 (par. - John & Sarah)
Beddow, Ann - bap. 27 11 1743 (par. - George Beddow)
Beddow, John - bap. 3 8 1746 (par. - George Beddow)
Benner, Elizabeth - bap. 1 10 1870 (par. - Thomas & Mary)
Bevan, Anthony - bap. 16 9 1751 (par. - Alexances? Bevan)
Beynon, ? - bap. 9 5 1880 (par. - William & Martha)
Beynon, Abra? - bap. 30 5 1821 (par. - James & Elizabeth)
Beynon, Ann - bap. 10 2 1818 (par. - Thomas & Elizabeth)
Beynon, Arthur ? - bap. 15 12 1905 (par. - William & Ann)
Beynon, Gladys - bap. 1913 (par. - William & Anne)
Beynon, Janet - bap. 4 9 1911 (par. - William & Anne)
Beynon, John - bap. 4 1 1832 (par. - Benjamin & Hannah)
Beynon, John - bap. 18 8 1907 (par. - William & Anne)
Beynon, Louisa - bap. 19 3 1876 (par. - Rees & Elizabeth)
Beynon, Margaret - bap. 20 9 1844 (par. - Joseph & Priscilla)
Beynon, Mary - bap. 9 7 1854 (par. - Joseph & Priscilla)
Beynon, Priscilla - bap. 19 3 1876 (par. - Rees & Elizabeth)
Beynon, Rees - bap. 26 12 1841 (par. - Joseph & Priscilla)
Beynon, Thomas - bap. 9 2 1834 (par. - Benjamin & Hannah)
Beynon, William - bap. 19 12 1830 (par. - Benjamin & Hannah)
Beynon, William - bap. 30 5 1909 (par. - William & Anne)
Biddoe, ? - bap. 1888 (par. - John & Sarah)
Bird, Marion - bap. 15 8 1982 (par. - )
Bird, Rosemary - bap. 15 8 1982 (par. - John & Marion)
Blair, Heather - bap. 1 10 1961 (par. - William & Jean)
Blair, Ian - bap. 29 6 1958 (par. - William & Jean)
Bowen, ? - bap. 1893 (par. - John & Magdalen?)
Bowen, Emily - bap. 8 4 1889 (par. - John & Magdalen)
Bowen, John (twin) - bap. 17 4 1785 (par. - Henry & Mary)
Bowen, Mary - bap. 30 1 1887 (par. - John & Magdalen)
Bowen, William (twin) - bap. 17 4 1785 (par. - Henry & Mary)
Bowling, Anne - bap. 19 8 1762 (par. - George Bowling)
Bowling, Catharine - bap. 1768 (par. - George & Anna)
Bowling, Elizabeth - bap. 4 11 1763 (par. - George & Ann)
Bowling, Frances - bap. 31 8 1766 (par. - George & Ann)
Bowling, George - bap. 9 2 1772 (par. - George & Ann)
Bowling, Lewis - bap. 3 8 1776 (par. - George & Ann)
Bowling, Richard - bap. 8 5 1765 (par. - George Bowling)
Brace, ? - bap. 1816 (par. - William & Ann)
Brace, Eunice - bap. 8 8 1937 (par. - George & Annie)
Brace, Jennet - bap. 19 12 1762 (par. - John Brace)
Brace, Mary - bap. 7 6 1846 (par. - James & Eliza)
Brace, William - bap. 18 8 1844 (par. - James & Eliza)
Brickell, Fay - bap. 13 10 1990 (par. - Nigel & Helen)
Bricknell, Fay Ann - bap. 13 10 1990 (par. - Nigel & Helen)
Bricknell, Kim Lucy - bap. 30 11 1991 (par. - Nigel & Helen)
Brown, Ernest - bap. 14 4 1878 (par. - Caroline Brown)
Brown, George - bap. 17 2 1829 (par. - William & Frances)
Brown, Margaret - bap. 20 5 1832 (par. - William & Frances)
Burlow, Joanne - bap. 18 5 1975 (par. - Terence & Hilda)
Bushell, Donna - bap. 22 4 1973 (par. - Iorwerth & Ilfra)
Butler, Elizabeth - bap. 1 1 1768 (par. - John & Judith?)
Cale, (son) - bap. 1822 (par. - Thomas & Sarah)
Cale, Mary - bap. 23 3 1834 (par. - Thomas & Martha)
Cale, Thomas - bap. 14 3 1827 (par. - Thomas & Sarah)
Canton, Thomas - bap. 10 10 1886 (par. - Wiliam & Martha)
Cavanen, Thomas - bap. 1919 (par. - Edward & Beatrice)
Clark, Ann (adult) - bap. 25 2 1959 (par. - Glyn & Olga)
Clark, Jacqueline - bap. 25 2 1962 (par. - Richard & Alwyn)
Clark, John - bap. 26 6 1960 (par. - Douglas & Ann)
Clark, Kim Angus - bap. 12 6 1960 (par. - Richard & Alwyn)
Clark, Rachel - bap. 19 7 1964 (par. - Richard & Alwyn)
Cod, Martha - bap. 6 2 1763 (par. - Griffith Cod)
Codd, Francis - bap. 27 6 1909 (par. - Thomas & Ada)
Codd?, Elizabeth - bap. 26 8 1750 (par. - John Codd?)
Coghlan, John - bap. 18 8 1861 (par. - John & Rebeccah)
Cole, ? - bap. 1838 (par. - George & Margaret)
Cole, ? - bap. 1846 (par. - Edward & Ann)
Cole, Alfred - bap. 21 2 1937 (par. - Alfred & Gladys)
Cole, Ann - bap. 1846 (par. - James & Martha)
Cole, Anthony - bap. 25 5 1969 (par. - Gerald & Geraldine)
Cole, Clifford - bap. 4 8 1929 (par. - Frederick & Cissy)
Cole, Debra - bap. 5 7 1970 (par. - Gerald & Geraldine)
Cole, Evelyn - bap. 21 2 1926 (par. - Frederick & Cissie)
Cole, Frances - bap. 24 6 1923 (par. - Frederick & Cissie)
Cole, George - bap. 2 3 1817 (par. - Richard & Ann)
Cole, George - bap. 8 7 1838 (par. - John & Elizabeth)
Cole, Gerald - bap. 17 6 1945 (par. - Alfred & Gwladys)
Cole, Henry - bap. 2 7 1882 (par. - William & Mary)
Cole, Hester - bap. 19 1 1834 (par. - John & Elizabeth)
Cole, Hugh (adult) - bap. 22 6 1951 (par. - Alfred & Dorothy)
Cole, James - bap. 25 8 1833 (par. - George & Margaret)
Cole, John - bap. 1 8 1830 (par. - Charlotte Cole)
Cole, Judith - bap. 25 5 1969 (par. - Alfred & Ivy)
Cole, Leslie John - bap. 12 11 1933 (par. - Frederick & Cissie)
Cole, Letitia - bap. 10 9 1843 (par. - George & Margaret)
Cole, Margaret - bap. 23 9 1829 (par. - George & Margaret)
Cole, Mary - bap. 28 2 1827 (par. - George & Margaret)
Cole, Mary - bap. 24 11 1829 (par. - John & Elizabeth)
Cole, Mary - bap. 15 7 1849 (par. - James & Martha)
Cole, Reece Barnet - bap. 25 2 1838 (par. - Martha Barnet)
Cole, Sandra - bap. 25 5 1969 (par. - Alfred & Ivy)
Cole, Thomas - bap. 19 6 1831 (par. - George & Margaret)
Cole, Thomas - bap. 13 12 1835 (par. - John & Elizabeth)
Cole, William - bap. 30 10 1831 (par. - John & Elizabeth)
Cole, William - bap. 10 9 1843 (par. - George & Margaret)
Conick, James - bap. 6 5 1849 (par. - John & Elizabeth)
Conick, Jane - bap. 7 3 1847 (par. - John & Elizabeth)
Conick, Jane - bap. 6 5 1849 (par. - John & Elizabeth)
Connick, Eliza - bap. 25 6 1843 (par. - John & Elizabeth)
Connick, John - bap. 8 6 1845 (par. - John & Elizabeth)
Cook, ? - bap. 1823 (par. - James & Mary)
Cook, George - bap. 1818 (par. - James & Mary)
Cook, James - bap. 24 3 1824 (par. - John & Mary)
Cook, John - bap. 5 5 1816 (par. - James & Mary)
Cook, Sarah - bap. 24 8 1817 (par. - John & Mary)
Cooke, Margaret - bap. 3 1 1821 (par. - John & Mary)
Cooke, Mary - bap. 23 4 1820 (par. - James & Mary)
Cornick, William - bap. 1 4 1833 (par. - John & Martha)
Cray, Darren - bap. 9 11 1975 (par. - Graham & Susan)
Crew, Phyllis - bap. 5 1 1927 (par. - Stanley & Gladys)
Dally, John - bap. 10 4 1842 (par. - William & Rebecca)
Dally, Thomas - bap. 14 3 1830 (par. - Hester Dally)
Dally, William - bap. 8 6 1845 (par. - William & Rebecca)
David, ? - bap. 8 4 1746 (par. - William David)
David, Benjamin - bap. 15 12 1765 (par. - John David)
David, Elizabeth - bap. 16 1 1740 (par. - Arthur David)
David, Elizabeth - bap. 8 3 1778 (par. - John & Rachael)
David, George - bap. 25 12 1760 (par. - William David)
David, James - bap. 13 11 1776 (par. - John & Rachel)
David, Joan - bap. 25 12 1760 (par. - William David)
David, John - bap. 19 1 1764 (par. - John David)
David, Mary - bap. 20 11 1755 (par. - William David)
David, William - bap. 24 9 1752 (par. - William David)
Davies, (son) - bap. 1822 (par. - James & Maria)
Davies, ? - bap. 10 10 1846 (par. - William & Louisa)
Davies, ? - bap. 1908 (par. - )
Davies, Ann - bap. 24 3 1826 (par. - James & Maria)
Davies, Ann Martha - bap. 28 11 1869 (par. - James & Mary)
Davies, Anne - bap. 7 3 1813 (par. - Richard & Jane)
Davies, Benjamin - bap. 1842 (par. - Thomas & Ann)
Davies, Benjamin - bap. 9 8 1845 (par. - William & Mary)
Davies, Caroline - bap. 21 11 1824 (par. - James & Maria)
Davies, Charles - bap. 12 9 1847 (par. - Robert?)
Davies, Eliza - bap. 1845 (par. - Anne Davies)
Davies, Elizabeth - bap. 9 1 1780 (par. - Stephen & Mary)
Davies, Elizabeth - bap. 3 1 1821 (par. - William & Anne)
Davies, Elizabeth - bap. 18 3 1828 (par. - John & Sarah)
Davies, Elizabeth - bap. 1 10 1843 (par. - Thomas & Martha)
Davies, Elizabeth - bap. 1856 (par. - )
Davies, Ethel - bap. 6 9 1882 (par. - John & Mary)
Davies, George - bap. 5 1 1823 (par. - Stephen & Elizabeth)
Davies, George - bap. 11 9 1831 (par. - James & Maria)
Davies, George - bap. 16 7 1840 (par. - Thomas & Martha)
Davies, Henry - bap. 21 12 1831 (par. - William & Mary)
Davies, Hester? - bap. 19 12 1830 (par. - John & Sarah)
Davies, Isaac - bap. 24 6 1906 (par. - Isaac & Elizabeth)
Davies, James - bap. 14 2 1836 (par. - James & Maria)
Davies, James - bap. 20 4 1845 (par. - Thomas & Anne)
Davies, Jane - bap. 26 7 1835 (par. - William & Mary)
Davies, John - bap. 4 12 1743 (par. - William Davies)
Davies, John - bap. 28 1 1821 (par. - William & Anne)
Davies, John - bap. 29 6 1828 (par. - James & Maria)
Davies, John - bap. 2 11 1830 (par. - James & Mary)
Davies, John - bap. 27 5 1834 (par. - Frances Davies)
Davies, John - bap. 22 9 1839 (par. - William & Mary)
Davies, Joseph - bap. 18 12 1879 (par. - John & Mary)
Davies, Lewis - bap. 27 4 1911 (par. - Morris & Annie)
Davies, Louisa Mary - bap. 8 1 1871 (par. - James & Mary)
Davies, Maria - bap. 17 1 1847 (par. - Thomas & Ann)
Davies, Martha - bap. 5 1 1823 (par. - Stephen & Elizabeth)
Davies, Martha - bap. 16 6 1878 (par. - John & Mary)
Davies, Mary - bap. 3 1 1814 (par. - Benjamin & Jane)
Davies, Mary - bap. 9 5 1830 (par. - James & Maria)
Davies, Mary - bap. 24 9 1837 (par. - William & Mary)
Davies, Mary - bap. 12 12 1847 (par. - John & Anne)
Davies, Morris - bap. 1 7 1891 (par. - John & Mary)
Davies, Robert - bap. 11 7 1784 (par. - Stephen & Mary)
Davies, Thomas - bap. 18 4 1827 (par. - James & Mary)
Davies, Thomas - bap. 2 6 1831 (par. - Sarah Davies)
Davies, Thomas - bap. 1849 (par. - John & Ann)
Davies, William - bap. 1 6 1845 (par. - John & Anne)
Davies, William - bap. 1859 (par. - James & Mary)
Davies, William - bap. 2 5 1909 (par. - Joseph & Elizabeth)
Davies, William - bap. 30 8 1914 (par. - Maurice & Annie)
Davies?, ? - bap. 1853 (par. - Sarah?)
Davies?, William - bap. 9 1 1783 (par. - Stephen & Mary)
Davy, Mary - bap. 4 11 1764 (par. - John & Martha)
Davy, Mary - bap. 7 4 1839 (par. - Thomas & Anne?)
Dawkins, Alice - bap. 14 3 1762 (par. - Thomas Dawkins)
Dawkins, Ann - bap. 10 6 1750 (par. - Thomas Dawkins)
Dawkins, Ann - bap. 21 4 1754 (par. - Thomas Dawkins (junior))
Dawkins, George - bap. 14 7 1844 (par. - John & Jane)
Dawkins, Hector? - bap. 10 6 1759 (par. - Thomas Dawkins)
Dawkins, Henry - bap. 14 11 1813 (par. - James & Elizabeth)
Dawkins, Jane - bap. 9 6 1839 (par. - George & Mary)
Dawkins, Jennet - bap. 4 7 1756 (par. - Thomas Dawkins)
Dawkins, John - bap. 3 5 1752 (par. - Thomas Dawkins (younger))
Dawkins, John - bap. 9 6 1839 (par. - George & Mary)
Dawkins, Margaret - bap. 1 12 1760 (par. - Thomas Dawkins)
Dawkins, Margaret - bap. 13 8 1843 (par. - James & Jane)
Dawkins, Martha - bap. 20 2 1831 (par. - Ann Dawkins)
Dogan, ? (son) - bap. 27 4 1740 (par. - Henry Dogan)
Dogan, Benjamin - bap. 7 8 1737 (par. - Henry Dogan)
Dogan, Elizabeth - bap. 28 5 1739 (par. - Humphrey Dogan)
Doon, Ann - bap. 18 10 1770 (par. - John Doon)
Dubberling, John? - bap. 10 8 1740 (par. - Thomas? Dubberling)
Duggan, ? - bap. 1850 (par. - Sarah Duggan)
Duggan, Frances - bap. 27 10 1743 (par. - Humphrey Duggan)
Duggan, Mary - bap. 8 12 1745 (par. - Humphrey Duggan)
Duggan, Susanna - bap. 5 6 1748 (par. - Humphrey Duggan)
Duggan, Thomas - bap. 5 6 1743 (par. - Henry Duggan)
Duggan, William - bap. 23 3 1745 (par. - Henry Duggan)
Dyson, ? - bap. 1918 (par. - Frederick & Evelyn)
Dyson, Elizabeth - bap. 18 6 1950 (par. - Thomas & Phyllis)
Edwards, ? - bap. 1824 (par. - ? & Ann)
Edwards, Abraham - bap. 30 4 1780 (par. - Phinehas & Elizabeth)
Edwards, Ann - bap. 28 3 1819 (par. - Hugh & Elizabeth)
Edwards, George - bap. 23 7 1816 (par. - Hugh & Elizabeth)
Edwards, James - bap. 4 3 1827 (par. - Thomas & Ann)
Edwards, Jenette - bap. 29 7 1826 (par. - William & Ann)
Edwards, John - bap. 12 10 1845 (par. - George & Harriet)
Edwards, Margaret - bap. 25 7 1824 (par. - Hugh & Elizabeth)
Edwards, Mary - bap. 1848 (par. - George & Elizabeth)
Edwards, Thomas - bap. 15 11 1821 (par. - Hugh & Elizabeth)
Edwards, Thomas - bap. 30 6 1822 (par. - William & Hannah)
Edwards, Thomas - bap. 7 3 1836 (par. - George & Elizabeth)
Edwards, William - bap. 20 9 1844 (par. - George & Maria)
Emmont, Mary - bap. 4 3 1838 (par. - James & Mary)
Emmont, Sarah - bap. 6 12 1840 (par. - James & Mary)
Emmont, Thomas - bap. 12 4 1835 (par. - James & Mary)
Esmond, Annie - bap. 19 6 1932 (par. - Thomas & Margaret)
Esmond, David - bap. 2 6 1940 (par. - Thomas & Margaret)
Esmond, Joan - bap. 1 1 1939 (par. - Thomas & Margaret)
Esmond, Margaret - bap. 5 4 1936 (par. - Thomas & Margaret)
Evans, Ann - bap. 1786 (par. - George & Jane)
Evans, Ann - bap. 7 9 1879 (par. - James & Elizabeth)
Evans, George - bap. 25 3 1753 (par. - John Evans)
Evans, James - bap. 6 1 1787 (par. - Evan & Ann)
Evans, James - bap. 20 6 1824 (par. - Samuel & Mariah)
Evans, James - bap. 6 3 1827 (par. - Samuel & Mariah)
Evans, James - bap. 19 6 1870 (par. - Thomas s& Martha)
Evans, John - bap. 2 7 1820 (par. - Abraham & Alice)
Evans, John - bap. 30 12 1864 (par. - Thomas & Martha)
Evans, Margaret - bap. 7 2 1787 (par. - George & Jane)
Evans, Martha - bap. 24 4 1842 (par. - Mary Evans)
Evans, Thomas - bap. 28 6 1790 (par. - George & Jane)
Evans, William - bap. 9 6 1784 (par. - George & Jane)
Evans, William - bap. 28 2 1847 (par. - James & Mary)
Evans, William - bap. 9 8 1868 (par. - Thomas & Martha)
Eynon, ? - bap. 1815 (par. - Martha Eynon)
Eynon, ? - bap. 1817 (par. - William & Mary ?)
Faithful, Keturah (twin) - bap. 4 3 1781 (par. - Mary Faithful)
Faithful, Margaret (twin) - bap. 4 3 1781 (par. - Mary Faithful)
Ford, Thomas - bap. 16 5 1875 (par. - Thomas & Elizabeth)
Fortune, Elizabeth - bap. 18 5 1830 (par. - John & Mary)
Fortune, Mary - bap. 26 3 1832 (par. - John & Mary)
Fortune, William - bap. 17 2 1834 (par. - William & Jane)
Furlong, Alice - bap. 23 1 1825 (par. - Thomas & Roseanna)
Furlong, Elizabeth (4) - bap. 5 9 1823 (par. - Thomas & Roseanna)
Furlong, George - bap. 1847 (par. - John & Mary)
Furlong, James - bap. 26 11 1790 (par. - John & Margaret)
Furlong, James - bap. 30 12 1821 (par. - Thomas & Roseanna)
Furlong, Jane? - bap. 23 6 1839 (par. - Elizabeth Furlong)
Furlong, John - bap. 14 1 1787 (par. - John & Margaret)
Furlong, John - bap. 15 9 1844 (par. - John & Mary)
Furlong, Mary - bap. 29 7 1832 (par. - Thomas & Roseanna)
Furlong, Rowland? - bap. 23 8 1788 (par. - John & Margaret)
Furlong, Thomas - bap. 11 11 1827 (par. - Thomas & Roseanna)
Furlong, William - bap. 20 7 1836 (par. - George & Elizabeth)
Furlong, William - bap. 23 4 1843 (par. - John & Mary)
Gascoigne, Lucy - bap. 15 1 1888 (par. - William & Ann)
Gibbs, Anne - bap. 19 3 1815 (par. - John & Jane)
Gibbs, John - bap. 2 3 1779 (par. - William & Martha)
Gough, ? - bap. 1890 (par. - Robert & Elizabeth)
Gough, ? - bap. 1913 (par. - )
Gough, Doris - bap. 3 5 1917 (par. - Ernest & Nellie)
Gough, Martha - bap. 20 2 1825 (par. - Mary Gough)
Gough, Ronald - bap. 2 4 1911 (par. - Ernest & Nellie)
Gough, Thomas - bap. 7 2 1875 (par. - Robert & Catherine)
Gough, Thomas - bap. 28 11 1886 (par. - Robert & Elizabeth)
Grace, Elizabeth - bap. 8 2 1853 (par. - Charles & Lettice)
Greathead, Christopher - bap. 2 12 1984 (par. - Neale & Elizabeth)
Greathead, Jonathan - bap. 31 10 1982 (par. - Neale & Elizabeth)
Griffith, ? - bap. 1862 (par. - )
Griffith, Ann - bap. 17 5 1747 (par. - Thomas Griffith)
Griffith, Elizabeth - bap. 19 3 1748 (par. - Thomas Griffith)
Griffith, James - bap. 26 2 1832 (par. - Mary Griffith)
Griffith, Martha - bap. 21 9 1764 (par. - William & Jane)
Griffith, Mary - bap. 9 6 1751 (par. - Thomas Griffith)
Griffith, Susan - bap. 6 6 1762 (par. - Thomas Griffith)
Griffith, Susanna - bap. 17 4 1774 (par. - Ann Griffith)
Griffiths, - bap. 1920 (par. - Walter & Louisa)
Griffiths, ? - bap. 1838 (par. - Jonathan & Mary ?)
Griffiths, ? - bap. 1850 (par. - William & Betsy)
Griffiths, ? - bap. 13 12 1864 (par. - Jonathon & Sarah)
Griffiths, ? - bap. 1870 (par. - )
Griffiths, ? - bap. 1878 (par. - Pearce & Elizabeth)
Griffiths, Anne - bap. 21 5 1815 (par. - Richard & Elizabeth)
Griffiths, Charles - bap. 3 1 1876 (par. - Pierce & Eleanora)
Griffiths, Charlotte - bap. 1872 (par. - Morris & Ann)
Griffiths, Darrell - bap. 15 4 1973 (par. - Brian & Elizabeth)
Griffiths, David - bap. 15 2 1835 (par. - David & Jane)
Griffiths, Elizabeth - bap. 14 6 1828 (par. - David & Jane)
Griffiths, Elizabeth - bap. 1865 (par. - Johathan & Sarah)
Griffiths, Elizabeth - bap. 23 6 1875 (par. - Morris & Ann)
Griffiths, Emma - bap. 25 10 1846 (par. - Hanah Griffiths)
Griffiths, Ernest - bap. 29 4 1894 (par. - James & Mary)
Griffiths, Francis - bap. 3 1 1869 (par. - William & Margaret)
Griffiths, George - bap. 9 5 1841 (par. - Ann Griffiths)
Griffiths, Harriet - bap. 29 3 1839 (par. - Maria Griffiths)
Griffiths, Herbert - bap. 8 4 1877 (par. - Maurice & Ann)
Griffiths, Hester - bap. 9 12 1830 (par. - David & Jane)
Griffiths, Jane - bap. 27 4 1817 (par. - Mary Griffiths)
Griffiths, John - bap. 10 4 1831 (par. - James & Mary)
Griffiths, John - bap. 8 10 1843 (par. - Anna Griffiths)
Griffiths, Julia - bap. 21 10 1976 (par. - Brian & Elizabeth)
Griffiths, Lilian - bap. 2 7 1922 (par. - Walter & Louisa)
Griffiths, Louis - bap. 3 11 1844 (par. - Jonathan & Mary)
Griffiths, Louisa - bap. 6 2 1881 (par. - Pearce & Elizabeth)
Griffiths, Margaret - bap. 16 4 1826 (par. - David & Jane)
Griffiths, Margaret - bap. 3 12 1843 (par. - Lewis & Martha)
Griffiths, Mary ? - bap. 1823 (par. - John & Virtue)
Griffiths, Norah - bap. 25 12 1877 (par. - Pearce & Eleanora)
Griffiths, Sarah - bap. 26 11 1826 (par. - Thomas & Ann)
Griffiths, Sarah - bap. 25 10 1846 (par. - Jonathan & Mary)
Griffiths, Thomas - bap. 12 12 1813 (par. - George & Martha)
Griffiths, Thomas - bap. 1 10 1823 (par. - Mary Griffiths)
Griffiths, Thomas - bap. 3 12 1843 (par. - Lewis & Martha)
Griffiths, William - bap. 18 8 1839 (par. - Jonathan & Mary)
Griffiths, William - bap. 1 6 1902 (par. - James & Mary)
Griggiths, Elizabeth - bap. 16 3 1879 (par. - Pearce & Elizabeth)
Gwatkin, Colleen - bap. 1 11 1984 (par. - )
Gwyther, Alfred - bap. 30 7 1866 (par. - William & Anne)
Gwyther, Anne - bap. 16 9 1891 (par. - Alfred & Mary)
Gwyther, Mary - bap. 4 6 1831 (par. - George & Elizabeth)
Gwyther, Mary - bap. 1853 (par. - William & Martha)
Gwyther, Rebecca - bap. 1 10 1775 (par. - -)
Hall, ? - bap. 1864 (par. - )
Hall, Anne - bap. 11 5 1862 (par. - Thomas & Betsie)
Hall, Benjamin - bap. 14 1 1749 (par. - William Hall)
Hall, Elizabeth - bap. 13 9 1747 (par. - William Hall)
Hall, George - bap. 4 9 1856 (par. - Thomas & Elizabeth)
Hall, Griffith - bap. 25 5 1740 (par. - William Hall)
Hall, John - bap. 15 9 1833 (par. - James & Sophia)
Hall, John - bap. 1851 (par. - Thomas & Elizabeth)
Hall, John - bap. 14 4 1889 (par. - George & Ann)
Hall, Margaret - bap. 24 8 1862 (par. - Joseph & Margaret)
Hall, Mary - bap. 12 6 1825 (par. - Francis Hall)
Hall, Mary - bap. 29 11 1835 (par. - James & Sophia)
Hall, Mary - bap. 1861 (par. - John & Maria)
Hall, Sarah - bap. 22 1 1860 (par. - Thomas & Betsie)
Hall, Stephen - bap. 4 11 1860 (par. - Joseph & Margaret)
Hall, Thomas - bap. 13 9 1761 (par. - William Hall)
Hall, Thomas - bap. 8 1 1887 (par. - George & Ann)
Hall, William - bap. 1 7 1737 (par. - William? Hall)
Hall, William - bap. 14 3 1756 (par. - Morris Hall)
Hall, William - bap. 2 9 1764 (par. - Mary Hall)
Hall, William - bap. 7 2 1854 (par. - Thomas & Elizabeth)
Hall, William - bap. 1858 (par. - Joseph & Margaret)
Hall?, Elizabeth - bap. 15 1 1758 (par. - Morris Hall?)
Hallam, Lucy - bap. 16 5 1976 (par. - Robert & Maureen)
Hancock, Angela - bap. 20 8 1961 (par. - George & Mary)
Hancock, Jennifer - bap. 14 4 1963 (par. - George & Mary)
Harlow, George - bap. 16 5 1841 (par. - William & Mary)
Harlow, William - bap. 14 7 1838 (par. - William & Mary)
Harries, ? - bap. 1823 (par. - Henry & Anne)
Harries, Ann - bap. 9 12 1781 (par. - John & Mary)
Harries, Anne - bap. 15 3 1821 (par. - Henry & Ann)
Harries, George - bap. 6 4 1788 (par. - Griffith & Mary)
Harries, Henry (twin) - bap. 16 12 1787 (par. - John & Mary)
Harries, Jane - bap. 22 2 1784 (par. - John & Mary)
Harries, John - bap. 1784 (par. - John & Mary)
Harries, John - bap. 1786 (par. - John & Mary)
Harries, John (twin) - bap. 16 12 1787 (par. - John & Mary)
Harries, Margaret - bap. 24 5 1789 (par. - John & Mary)
Harries, Thomas - bap. 9 1 1774 (par. - John & Mary)
Harries, Thomas - bap. 22 4 1827 (par. - Henry & Ann)
Harris, ? - bap. 7 8 1852 (par. - James & Jane)
Harris, Elizabeth - bap. 10 2 1771 (par. - John Harris)
Harris, John - bap. 19 2 1826 (par. - Mary Harris)
Harris, John - bap. 19 4 1846 (par. - Anne Harris)
Harris, William - bap. 25 2 1776 (par. - John & Mary)
Harry, Thomas - bap. 22 7 1781 (par. - Griffith & Mary)
Hatheray?, Frederick - bap. 14 1 1923 (par. - Frederick & Frances)
Hay, (son) - bap. 1818 (par. - David & Anne)
Hay, ? - bap. 1816 (par. - Thomas & Jane)
Hay, Benjamin - bap. 17 6 1821 (par. - David & Anne)
Hay, Elizabeth - bap. 9 3 1862 (par. - Elizabeth Hay)
Hayes, James - bap. 27 2 1870 (par. - John & Hannah)
Hayes, Thomas - bap. 4 2 1872 (par. - John & Hannah)
Hayes, Wiliam - bap. 14 6 1868 (par. - John & Hannah)
Hicks, ? - bap. 1847 (par. - William & Martha)
Hicks, George - bap. 8 9 1844 (par. - William & Martha)
Hill, John - bap. 17 9 1843 (par. - Thomas & Ann)
Hire?, Jane? - bap. 1839 (par. - Thomas & Martha)
Hitching, Elizabeth - bap. 6 12 1747 (par. - John Hitching)
Hitching, George - bap. 11 4 1756 (par. - John Hitching)
Hitching, Jane - bap. 19 11 1758 (par. - Elizabeth Hitching)
Hitching, Mary - bap. 19 9 1773 (par. - Joseph & Jane)
Hitching, Thomas - bap. 16 9 1750 (par. - John Hitching)
Hitching, William - bap. 30 12 1753 (par. - John Hitching)
Hitchings, Mary - bap. 11 8 1745 (par. - John Hitchings)
Hoage?, Mary - bap. 28 3 1780 (par. - Abraham & Alice)
Holland, Martha - bap. 5 4 1752 (par. - Thomas Holland)
Hood, Diana - bap. 18 8 1754 (par. - Richard Hood)
Hood, Florence - bap. 21 5 1760 (par. - Hesther Hood)
Hood, Henry - bap. 1 12 1745 (par. - Richard Hood)
Hood, Hugh - bap. 23 10 1743 (par. - Richard Hood)
Hood, James - bap. 24 4 1748 (par. - Richard Hood)
Hopla, Anne - bap. 19 1 1851 (par. - James & Mary)
Hopla, Charles - bap. 1853 (par. - James & Mary)
Hopley, Stephen - bap. 11 5 1763 (par. - John Hopley)
House, Gordon - bap. 1 3 1936 (par. - Joffre & Violet)
Howel, John - bap. 22 12 1782 (par. - Joseph & Elizabeth)
Howell, James - bap. 8 11 1761 (par. - Stephen Howell)
Howell, Jane - bap. 29 4 1781 (par. - Joseph & Elizabeth)
Howell, John - bap. 24 2 1750 (par. - Stephen Howell)
Howell, Mary - bap. 11 8 1765 (par. - Stephen & Mary)
Howell, Mary - bap. 11 8 1816 (par. - Isaac & Margaret)
Howells, Ann - bap. 2 1 1868 (par. - Charles & Eliza)
Howells, David - bap. 24 5 1781 (par. - Martha Howells)
Howells, Elizabeth - bap. 13 12 1874 (par. - Catherine Howells)
Howells, Emma - bap. 21 1 1883 (par. - Thomas & Elizabeth)
Howells, Henry - bap. 5 4 1885 (par. - Thomas & Elizabeth)
Howells, Oliver - bap. 26 7 1914 (par. - William & Martha)
Hunt, ? Elizabeth - bap. 1913 (par. - ? & Ellen)
Hunt, Violet - bap. 6 12 1908 (par. - Emlyn & Ellen)
Hurlow, Jane - bap. 4 10 1832 (par. - John & Jane)
Hurlow, Martha - bap. 8 11 1835 (par. - William & Mary)
Husband, John - bap. 5 10 1735 (par. - John Husband)
Husband, Mary - bap. 7 7 1769 (par. - John Husband)
James, - - bap. 10 5 1857 (par. - William & Mary)
James, ? - bap. 1852 (par. - John & Betsy?)
James, ? - bap. 1854 (par. - )
James, Albert? - bap. 19 8 1917 (par. - William & Frances)
James, Ann - bap. 27 8 1843 (par. - Mary James)
James, Anne - bap. 18 11 1826 (par. - Elizabeth James)
James, Charlotte - bap. 3 9 1854 (par. - William & Mary)
James, Eliza - bap. 21 4 1849 (par. - John & Elizabeth)
James, Eliza - bap. 3 9 1854 (par. - William & Mary)
James, Elizabeth - bap. 1846 (par. - Jane James)
James, Elizabeth - bap. 28 4 1856 (par. - John & Elizabeth)
James, Henry - bap. 16 11 1828 (par. - John & Martha)
James, John? - bap. 1823 (par. - William & Ann)
James, Margaret - bap. 22 9 1861 (par. - William & Hesther)
James, Martha - bap. 26 10 1851 (par. - John & Elizabeth)
James, Mary - bap. 17 12 1815 (par. - William & Anne)
James, Mary - bap. 25 9 1859 (par. - William & Mary)
James, Mary - bap. 6 10 1918 (par. - William & Catherine)
James, Ronald - bap. 3 5 1914 (par. - William & Frances)
James, Thomas - bap. 20 2 1859 (par. - William & Hesther)
James, Thomas - bap. 31 5 1885 (par. - Mark & Mary)
James, William - bap. 16 11 1828 (par. - John & Martha)
Jenkins, Annie - bap. 9 9 1907 (par. - John & Elizabewth)
Jenkins, Benjamin - bap. 19 6 1768 (par. - William & Mary)
Jenkins, Hannah - bap. 31 12 1837 (par. - William & Mary)
Jenkins, John - bap. 9 9 1907 (par. - John & Elizabeth)
Jenkins, Martha - bap. 1 4 1834 (par. - Martha Jenkins)
Jenkins, Mary - bap. 2 12 1770 (par. - William Jenkins)
Jenkins, Sarah - bap. 14 6 1836 (par. - William & Mary)
Jenkins, Wiliam - bap. 20 6 1910 (par. - William & Mary)
John, ? - bap. 1839 (par. - William & Mary)
John, ? (daughter) - bap. 24 2 1754 (par. - Isaac John)
John, Ann - bap. 11 8 1822 (par. - Daniel & Mary)
John, Anne - bap. 17 11 1861 (par. - James & Mary)
John, Daniel - bap. 14 3 1837 (par. - William & Mary)
John, Frances - bap. 18 3 1827 (par. - John & Rebecca)
John, James - bap. 14 2 1830 (par. - William & Ann)
John, James - bap. 29 12 1844 (par. - Jacob & Mary)
John, James - bap. 23 12 1855 (par. - William & Hannah)
John, James - bap. 3 1 1875 (par. - James & Mary)
John, Jane - bap. 5 7 1747 (par. - Richard John)
John, Jane ? - bap. 30 6 1822 (par. - Thomas & Rebecca)
John, John - bap. 2 3 1817 (par. - Thomas & Rebeca)
John, John - bap. 22 11 1863 (par. - James & Mary)
John, Leah - bap. 28 10 1866 (par. - Peter & Mary)
John, Letticia - bap. 11 7 1824 (par. - Thomas & Rebecca)
John, Margaret - bap. 3 3 1829 (par. - William & Ann)
John, Martha - bap. 22 8 1813 (par. - Thomas & Rebecca)
John, Nancy - bap. 1918 (par. - Francis & Frances)
John, Thomas - bap. 21 7 1751 (par. - Isaac John)
John, Thomas - bap. 30 9 1848 (par. - William & Anne)
John, Thomas - bap. 10 8 1856 (par. - James & Mary)
John, Thomas (50) - bap. 12 7 1829 (par. - John & Margaret)
John, William - bap. 1859 (par. - James & Mary)
Jones, Ann - bap. 23 12 1750 (par. - John Jones)
Jones, Ann - bap. 7 3 1880 (par. - George & Hannah)
Jones, Elizabeth - bap. 17 4 1748 (par. - John Jones)
Jones, Elizabeth - bap. 2 2 1851 (par. - Evan & Anne)
Jones, Ellen - bap. 12 11 1876 (par. - William & Elizabeth)
Jones, Gareth - bap. 14 12 1969 (par. - Thomas Dudley & Joyce)
Jones, George - bap. 21 6 1826 (par. - William & Elizabeth)
Jones, Henry - bap. 24 3 1744 (par. - Henry Jones)
Jones, James - bap. 21 9 1790 (par. - Thomas & Ann)
Jones, James - bap. 6 6 1828 (par. - William & Elizabeth)
Jones, James - bap. 12 3 1837 (par. - James & Elizabeth)
Jones, James - bap. 1854 (par. - Evan & Ann)
Jones, James - bap. 5 5 1878 (par. - James & Emma)
Jones, Jane - bap. 12 11 1756 (par. - John Jones)
Jones, Jane - bap. 7 5 1882 (par. - George & Jane)
Jones, Jane? - bap. 1849 (par. - Thomas & Eliza)
Jones, John - bap. 15 1 1768 (par. - William & Elizabeth)
Jones, John - bap. 3 7 1774 (par. - John & Mary)
Jones, John - bap. 9 3 1777 (par. - John & Ann)
Jones, John - bap. 18 2 1781 (par. - Rees & Jane)
Jones, John - bap. 13 11 1825 (par. - Jane Jones)
Jones, John - bap. 12 2 1826 (par. - Jane Jones)
Jones, Keturah - bap. 13 2 1774 (par. - George & Elizabeth)
Jones, Letitia - bap. 9 7 1780 (par. - Thomas & Jane)
Jones, Margaret - bap. 16 6 1776 (par. - Lewis & Margaret)
Jones, Margaret - bap. 7 3 1880 (par. - James & Emily)
Jones, Margaret (twin) - bap. 1 6 1783 (par. - Rees & Jane)
Jones, Margaretta - bap. 28 3 1821 (par. - Thomas & Margaret)
Jones, Martha - bap. 8 6 1777 (par. - John & Mary)
Jones, Martha - bap. 19 12 1852 (par. - Evan & Anne)
Jones, Mary - bap. 1 4 1770 (par. - George Jones)
Jones, Mary - bap. 14 3 1819 (par. - William & Elizabeth)
Jones, Mary - bap. 30 11 1823 (par. - Jane Jones)
Jones, Mary - bap. 30 8 1837 (par. - Daniel & Lettice)
Jones, Mary - bap. 25 3 1860 (par. - Evan & Anne)
Jones, Mary (twin) - bap. 1 6 1783 (par. - Rees & Jane)
Jones, Mary? - bap. 1782 (par. - Rees & Jane)
Jones, Owen - bap. 5 8 1735 (par. - Owen Jones)
Jones, Rees - bap. 15 4 1753 (par. - John Jones)
Jones, Roger (19) - bap. 22 9 1837 (par. - Thomas & Martha)
Jones, Samuel - bap. 16 7 1775 (par. - John & Ann)
Jones, Sarah - bap. 15 3 1857 (par. - Owen & Anne)
Jones, Thomas - bap. 10 10 1750 (par. - Richard Jones)
Jones, Thomas - bap. 31 7 1774 (par. - William & Elizabeth)
Jones, Thomas - bap. 14 3 1819 (par. - William & Elizabeth)
Jones, Thomas - bap. 16 12 1821 (par. - Jane Jones)
Jones, Thomas - bap. 31 3 1828 (par. - Alice Jones)
Jones, Violet - bap. 4 10 1934 (par. - Thomas & Martha)
Jones, Wenda - bap. 21 1 1973 (par. - Thomas Dudley & Joyce)
Jones, William - bap. 2 4 1745 (par. - John Jones)
Jordan, William - bap. 22 10 1924 (par. - William & Elsie)
Kerr, Oliver - bap. 21 6 1989 (par. - Ian & Lesley)
Laless, Priscilla - bap. 8 9 1751 (par. - Owen Laless)
Larrey, Margarett - bap. 14 5 1843 (par. - Dennis & Mary)
Lawrence, ? - bap. 1842 (par. - David & Mary)
Lawrence, Amy - bap. 22 10 1978 (par. - David & Jacqueline)
Lewis, ? - bap. 1814 (par. - George & Anne)
Lewis, ? - bap. 1838 (par. - John & Mary)
Lewis, ? - bap. 1 2 1841 (par. - Benjamin & Mary)
Lewis, ? - bap. 1847 (par. - John & Maria)
Lewis, Ann - bap. 1844 (par. - John & Ann)
Lewis, Anne - bap. 25 10 1761 (par. - John? Lewis)
Lewis, Anne - bap. 19 12 1852 (par. - John & Martha)
Lewis, Benjamin - bap. 27 2 1833 (par. - Joseph & Elizabeth)
Lewis, Caroline - bap. 28 1 1844 (par. - William & Elizabeth)
Lewis, Catharine - bap. 11 2 1783 (par. - Henry? & Frances)
Lewis, Catharine - bap. 29 12 1861 (par. - Thomas & Mary Anne)
Lewis, Constance - bap. 7 1 1894 (par. - John & Theresa)
Lewis, Eliza - bap. 15 3 1846 (par. - John & Maria)
Lewis, Elizabeth - bap. 2 12 1753 (par. - John Lewis)
Lewis, Elizabeth - bap. 13 9 1831 (par. - Joseph & Elizabeth)
Lewis, Elizabeth - bap. 22 12 1833 (par. - John & Mary)
Lewis, Elizabeth - bap. 5 10 1834 (par. - Benjamin & Mary)
Lewis, Elizabeth - bap. 3 5 1859 (par. - John & Martha)
Lewis, Fanny? - bap. 11 5 1845 (par. - George & Elizabeth)
Lewis, Florence - bap. 17 10 1906 (par. - Margaret Lewis)
Lewis, Frances - bap. 29 10 1780 (par. - Henry & Frances)
Lewis, Frederick - bap. 22 2 1915 (par. - Margaret Lewis)
Lewis, George - bap. 14 4 1849 (par. - John & Ann)
Lewis, Henry - bap. 2 12 1750 (par. - John Lewis)
Lewis, James - bap. 28 1 1849 (par. - John & Martha)
Lewis, James - bap. 9 2 1852 (par. - John & Anne)
Lewis, Jane - bap. 17 1 1847 (par. - John & Ann)
Lewis, Jesse? Jennetta - bap. 1853 (par. - John & Maria)
Lewis, John - bap. 28 5 1769 (par. - John & Jane)
Lewis, John - bap. 23 6 1778 (par. - Henry & Frances)
Lewis, John - bap. 5 4 1830 (par. - Joseph & Elizabeth)
Lewis, John - bap. 1 7 1849 (par. - John & Maria)
Lewis, John - bap. 3 9 1854 (par. - John & Ann)
Lewis, John - bap. 1 1 1888 (par. - John & Theresa)
Lewis, Lettice - bap. 9 10 1814 (par. - James & Mary)
Lewis, Lydia - bap. 17 4 1842 (par. - William & Elizabeth)
Lewis, Margaret - bap. 19 3 1893 (par. - John & Esther)
Lewis, Margaret? - bap. 8 1 1789 (par. - Henry & ?)
Lewis, Martha - bap. 22 6 1862 (par. - John & Martha)
Lewis, Mary - bap. 15 9 1834 (par. - Joseph & Elizabeth)
Lewis, Mary - bap. 31 8 1835 (par. - John & Mary)
Lewis, Mary - bap. 26 5 1845 (par. - John & Anne)
Lewis, Mary - bap. 1 7 1855 (par. - John & Maria)
Lewis, Robert - bap. 20 10 1850 (par. - John & Maria)
Lewis, Rosa - bap. 29 6 1890 (par. - John & Theresa)
Lewis, Rosa - bap. 19 3 1893 (par. - John & Esther)
Lewis, Thomas - bap. 10 9 1790 (par. - Henry & Frances)
Lewis, Thomas - bap. 15 1 1832 (par. - Benjamin & Mary)
Lewis, Thomas - bap. 4 1 1836 (par. - Benjamin & Mary)
Lewis, Thomas - bap. 11 9 1843 (par. - George & Elizabeth)
Lewis, Thomas - bap. 19 8 1855 (par. - John & Martha)
Lewis, Thomas - bap. 2 10 1859 (par. - Thomas & Mary)
Lewis, Thomas? - bap. 1845 (par. - William & Elizabeth)
Lewis, William - bap. 6 1 1828 (par. - Martha Lewis)
Lewis, William - bap. 7 10 1838 (par. - Michael & Hannah)
Lewis, William - bap. 26 11 1848 (par. - John & Anne)
Lewis?, Henry - bap. 30 7 1786 (par. - Henry & Francis)
Lewis? Harris?, Elizabeth - bap. 12 12 1779 (par. - Elizabeth Lewis?)
Lilwall, Joanna - bap. 14 4 1974 (par. - Morris & Rosalie)
Llewellyn, Mary - bap. 7 7 1839 (par. - Thomas & Martha)
Llewellyn, Olwen - bap. 4 5 1919 (par. - Arthur & Florence)
Lloyd, George - bap. 16 4 1847 (par. - John & Lydia)
Lloyd, Henry - bap. 16 12 1739 (par. - William Lloyd)
Lloyd, Jane - bap. 29 3 1839 (par. - Thomas & Mary)
Lloyd, John - bap. 22 3 1746 (par. - William Lloyd)
Lloyd, Joseph - bap. 6 5 1742 (par. - illiam Lloyd)
Lloyd, Mary - bap. 15 7 1744 (par. - William Lloyd)
Lloyd, Mary - bap. 5 4 1846 (par. - Thomas & Mary)
Logan, Jennet - bap. 30 5 1750 (par. - John Logan)
Logan, John - bap. 1 12 1754 (par. - John Logan)
Logan, Mark - bap. 25 8 1752 (par. - John Logan)
Loggan, John - bap. 22 9 1776 (par. - Jane Loggan)
Loggin, James - bap. 20 6 1784 (par. - John & Ann)
Loggin, John - bap. 21 4 1780 (par. - John & Ann)
Loggon, (son) - bap. 6 9 1787 (par. - John & Ann)
Loggon, Elizabeth - bap. 14 1 1787 (par. - John & Ann)
Loggon, Henry? - bap. 20 1 1782 (par. - John & Ann)
Long, Elizabeth - bap. 1848 (par. - William & Mary)
Long, Esther - bap. 22 2 1852 (par. - William & Mary)
Long, Frances - bap. 7 1 1769 (par. - John & Jane)
Long, George - bap. 31 8 1845 (par. - William & Mary)
Long, Margaretta - bap. 5 12 1846 (par. - John & Elizabeth)
Long, William - bap. 22 5 1837 (par. - John & Elizabeth)
Long, William - bap. 17 6 1838 (par. - William & Mary)
Long, William - bap. 21 6 1840 (par. - William & Jane)
Long, William - bap. 19 3 1843 (par. - William & Jane)
Lowless, (daughter) - bap. 1789 (par. - James & Jane)
Lowless, Margaret - bap. 25 4 1791 (par. - James & Jane)
Macken, Martha - bap. 1 6 1760 (par. - James Macken)
Macken, Sarah - bap. 16 11 1842 (par. - Thomas & Elizabeth)
Mackin, Mary - bap. 12 9 1847 (par. - Thomas & Elizabeth)
Marchant, Elizabeth - bap. 25 9 1756 (par. - William Marchant)
Marchant, Mary - bap. 30 5 1758 (par. - William Marchant)
Marshall, Cyril (adult) - bap. 24 4 1955 (par. - Andrew & Hilda)
Mason, Ann - bap. 2 12 1753 (par. - Joseph Mason)
Mason, Jane - bap. 11 9 1966 (par. - William & Edwina)
Mason, John - bap. 7 1 1968 (par. - William & Edwina)
Mason, Levi - bap. 16 11 1890 (par. - James & Hannah)
Mason, Morris - bap. 21 7 1889 (par. - James & Hannah)
Mason, Susan - bap. 12 10 1969 (par. - William & Edwina)
Matthias, - bap. 1920 (par. - James & Annie)
Matthias, Donald - bap. 31 7 1921 (par. - James & Annie)
Matthias, Oliver - bap. 24 9 1916 (par. - James & Annie)
Matthias, Samuel - bap. 18 9 1825 (par. - Rebecca Matthias)
Matthias, Sidney - bap. 10 7 1932 (par. - James & Annie)
Merriman, Emma - bap. 31 1 1828 (par. - Marry Merriman)
Millard, George - bap. 30 4 1826 (par. - George & Ann)
Millard, Hester - bap. 6 10 1822 (par. - George & Ann)
Miller, Elsie (adult) - bap. 22 6 1951 (par. - Alfred & Mary)
Miller, Mary - bap. 12 1 1820 (par. - George & Martha)
Miller, William - bap. 28 5 1916 (par. - Ernest & Annie)
Minchin, Amy - bap. 22 5 1983 (par. - Roger & Elizabeth)
Minchin, Helen - bap. 12 6 1949 (par. - John & Alice)
Minchin, Roger - bap. 29 9 1946 (par. - John & Alice)
Minchin, Rosalie - bap. 26 7 1942 (par. - John & Alice)
Minchin, Sarah - bap. 15 4 1979 (par. - Roger & Elizabeth)
Minchin, Sheila - bap. 23 9 1951 (par. - John & Alice)
Moody, ? (son) - bap. 22 5 1736 (par. - Henry Moody)
Moody, Ann - bap. 1819 (par. - Elizabeth Moody)
Moody, Elizabeth - bap. 30 4 1739 (par. - Henry & Elizabeth)
Morgan, ? - bap. 1858 (par. - John & Sarah)
Morgan, Ann - bap. 16 1 1742 (par. - Henry & Elizabeth)
Morgan, Eliza - bap. 10 4 1837 (par. - William & Hester)
Morgan, Elizabeth - bap. 8 2 1825 (par. - George & Ann)
Morgan, Gwendoline - bap. 14 8 1927 (par. - William & Mary)
Morgan, John - bap. 1856 (par. - Philip & Mary)
Morgan, Mary - bap. 18 5 1740 (par. - Mary Morgan)
Morgan, Mary - bap. 22 5 1828 (par. - William & Hester)
Morgan, Mary - bap. 1 6 1845 (par. - George & Elizabeth)
Morgans, ? - bap. 1842 (par. - )
Morris, ? - bap. 1884 (par. - George & Charlotte)
Morris, Angela - bap. 8 7 1979 (par. - Richard & Annette)
Morris, Ann - bap. 1848 (par. - Thomas & Mary)
Morris, Christmas - bap. 5 1 1777 (par. - Elizabeth Morris)
Morris, Claire - bap. 11 8 1985 (par. - Edward & Frances)
Morris, Elizabeth - bap. 10 1 1848 (par. - George & Mary)
Morris, James - bap. 20 11 1842 (par. - James & Ann)
Morris, James - bap. 8 11 1846 (par. - George & Mary)
Morris, Jane - bap. 1853 (par. - James & Anne)
Morris, Martha - bap. 11 2 1849 (par. - James & Ann)
Morris, Martha - bap. 21 5 1854 (par. - David & Jane)
Morris, Mary - bap. 20 10 1844 (par. - James & Anne)
Morris, Mary - bap. 1856 (par. - David & Jane)
Morris, Michael - bap. 3 7 1977 (par. - Richard & Annette)
Morris, Paul - bap. 6 2 1983 (par. - Edward & Frances)
Morris, Samantha - bap. 11 5 1980 (par. - John & Karen)
Morris, Thomas - bap. 13 10 1839 (par. - William & Martha)
Morris, William - bap. 1 3 1839 (par. - John & Jane)
Morse, Anne (5) - bap. 11 8 1829 (par. - John & Lettice)
Morse, Lettice (12) - bap. 11 8 1829 (par. - John & Lettice)
Morse, William - bap. 11 8 1829 (par. - John & Lettice)
Muller, Alice - bap. 5 4 1986 (par. - Deiter & Deborah)
Murray, Priscilla - bap. 30 6 1849 (par. - Richard & Elizabeth)
Nash, Doreen - bap. 10 1 1943 (par. - John & Alice)
Nicholas, Ada - bap. 13 4 1906 (par. - Alfred & Myra)
Nicholas, Anne - bap. 24 2 1878 (par. - George & Ann)
Nicholas, Bessie - bap. 1858 (par. - Samuel & Esther)
Nicholas, Charlotte - bap. 16 6 1878 (par. - George & Anne)
Nicholas, Dan - bap. 19 1 1823 (par. - Henry & Ann)
Nicholas, Elizabeth - bap. 20 1 1863 (par. - Samuel & Esther)
Nicholas, Hugh - bap. 16 6 1912 (par. - Alfred & Myra)
Nicholas, John - bap. 31 10 1860 (par. - Samuel & Esther)
Nicholas, John - bap. 6 1 1904 (par. - Alfred & Myra)
Nicholas, Joseph (11) - bap. 30 6 1882 (par. - -)
Nicholas, Ruby - bap. 21 8 1914 (par. - Alfred & Myra)
Nicholas, Wiliam - bap. 8 9 1822 (par. - James & Mary)
Nicholas, William - bap. 10 2 1910 (par. - Alfred & Myra)
Oakley, Eliza - bap. 22 6 1845 (par. - James & Mary)
Oakley, Elizabeth - bap. 1 5 1835 (par. - James & Elizabeth)
Oakley, Mary? - bap. 1845 (par. - James & Mary)
Owen, Mary - bap. 27 7 1845 (par. - William & Mary)
Owen, William - bap. 1 3 1857 (par. - John & Hannah)
Owens, James - bap. 5 9 1841 (par. - William & Mary)
Owens, Margaret - bap. 1839 (par. - William & Mary)
Owens, Margaret - bap. 1 5 1859 (par. - John & Hannah)
Owens, Thomas - bap. 5 10 1834 (par. - William & Mary)
Owens, William - bap. 21 2 1837 (par. - William & Mary)
Page, Elizabeth - bap. 15 4 1956 (par. - John & Doris)
Page, Philip - bap. 15 4 1956 (par. - John & Doris)
Palmer, Raymond (adult) - bap. 29 11 1954 (par. - William & Annie)
Parry, Elizabeth - bap. 29 6 1783 (par. - Philip & Jane)
Penny, Michael - bap. 2 4 1953 (par. - Thomas & Rosemary)
Penny, Thomas - bap. 2 4 1953 (par. - Thomas & Rosemary)
Phelps, ? - bap. 1862 (par. - )
Phelps, Jane - bap. 22 9 1822 (par. - Thomas & Elizabeth)
Phelps, John - bap. 30 4 1826 (par. - Thomas & Elizabeth)
Phelps, Mary - bap. 22 8 1824 (par. - Thomas & Elizabeth)
Phelps, Thomas - bap. 7 9 1828 (par. - Thomas & Elizabeth)
Philip, Jane - bap. 2 4 1745 (par. - Nicholas Philip)
Phillips, Elizabeth - bap. 30 4 1864 (par. - John & Martha)
Phillips, Henry - bap. 23 4 1865 (par. - John & Elizabeth)
Phillips, John - bap. 1862 (par. - John & Elizabeth)
Phillips, William - bap. 1862 (par. - John & Martha)
Picton, Frederick - bap. 24 1 1897 (par. - William & Frances)
Potter, Ann - bap. 9 4 1820 (par. - James & Susan)
Potter, Elizabeth - bap. 20 3 1814 (par. - James & Susan)
Potter, James - bap. 1 1 1826 (par. - James & Susan)
Potter, Jane - bap. 4 5 1828 (par. - James & Susan)
Potter, John - bap. 2 10 1821 (par. - James & Susan)
Potter, Margaret - bap. 20 11 1823 (par. - James & Susan)
Powell, ? - bap. 1822 (par. - ? & Hannah)
Powell, ? - bap. 1875 (par. - William & Emma)
Powell, John - bap. 24 6 1821 (par. - James & Hannah)
Powell, John - bap. 9 7 1826 (par. - David & Mary)
Powell, William - bap. 1854 (par. - Thomas & Louisa)
Price, Mary - bap. 7 2 1779 (par. - Richard & Martha)
Price, Philip - bap. 2 9 1781 (par. - Margaret Price)
Prout, (son) - bap. 11 1 1784 (par. - Henry & Margaret)
Prout, George (twin) - bap. 12 9 1790 (par. - Henry & Margaret)
Prout, Margaret - bap. 13 11 1785 (par. - Henry & Margaret)
Prout, Thomas (twin) - bap. 12 9 1790 (par. - Henry & Margaret)
Prout, William - bap. 16 12 1787 (par. - Henry & Margaret)
Raymond, (son) - bap. 1815 (par. - William & Martha)
Raymond, Elizabeth - bap. 7 10 1860 (par. - John & Betsie)
Raymond, John - bap. 11 5 1755 (par. - George Raymond)
Raymond, Mary - bap. 12 2 1758 (par. - George Raymond)
Read, Ann - bap. 23 5 1742 (par. - Rees Read)
Read, Frances - bap. 17 3 1754 (par. - Rees Read)
Read, Henry - bap. 6 10 1756 (par. - Rees Read)
Read, William - bap. 26 10 1740 (par. - Rees Read)
Rees, ? - bap. 1858 (par. - )
Rees, Benjamin - bap. 13 2 1823 (par. - William & Lucy)
Rees, Benjamin - bap. 21 2 1836 (par. - William & Lucy)
Rees, Eleanor - bap. 29 11 1737 (par. - Jonathan Rees)
Rees, Eliza - bap. 3 7 1834 (par. - William & Lucy)
Rees, Elizabeth - bap. 15 11 1827 (par. - William & Lucy)
Rees, Gillian - bap. 12 10 1969 (par. - David & Elizabeth)
Rees, James - bap. 8 5 1831 (par. - William & Lucy)
Rees, Jason - bap. 25 1 1976 (par. - George & Olive)
Rees, John - bap. 31 1 1847 (par. - John & Mary)
Rees, Lydia - bap. 22 7 1829 (par. - William & Lucy)
Rees, Mandy - bap. 25 1 1976 (par. - George & Olive)
Rees, Martha - bap. 17 9 1826 (par. - William & Lucy)
Rees, Martha - bap. 18 4 1845 (par. - John & Mary)
Rees, Martin - bap. 17 2 1833 (par. - William & Lucy)
Rees, Thomas - bap. 13 2 1823 (par. - William & Lucy)
Rees, Thomas - bap. 7 7 1849 (par. - John & Mary)
Rees, Violet - bap. 3 12 1905 (par. - Richard & Martha)
Rees, William - bap. 23 1 1825 (par. - William & Lucy)
Rees, William - bap. 24 5 1935 (par. - William & Lilian)
Relling?, Elizabeth - bap. 10 10 1737 (par. - David Relling?)
Reymond, James - bap. 12 10 1760 (par. - George Reymond)
Reymond, William - bap. 18 7 1762 (par. - George Reymond)
Reynold, Sarah - bap. 18 3 1776 (par. - David & Martha)
Reynolds, Denise - bap. 2 2 1958 (par. - John & Jacqueline)
Reynolds, Henry - bap. 28 2 1847 (par. - Thomas & Ann)
Reynolds, Jane - bap. 1 11 1778 (par. - William & Martha)
Reynolds, Kevin - bap. 2 2 1958 (par. - John & Jacqueline)
Reynolds, Mary - bap. 1852 (par. - Thomas & Anne)
Reynolds, Patrick - bap. 2 2 1958 (par. - John & Jacqueline)
Reynolds, Thomas - bap. 3 5 1849 (par. - Thomas & Ann)
Richards, Alfred - bap. 24 9 1843 (par. - Henry & Jane)
Richards, Benjamin - bap. 10 3 1835 (par. - William & Abra)
Richards, Caroline - bap. 24 9 1843 (par. - Henry & Jane)
Richards, Caroline - bap. 12 7 1862 (par. - John & Martha)
Richards, Catharine - bap. 12 2 1837 (par. - Henry & Jane)
Richards, Eliza - bap. 19 11 1832 (par. - Henry & Jane)
Richards, Elizabeth - bap. 1851 (par. - Henry & Jane)
Richards, Frances - bap. 24 5 1885 (par. - John & Margaret)
Richards, Francis - bap. 28 7 1824 (par. - Joseph & Elizabeth)
Richards, Frederick - bap. 23 6 1889 (par. - John & Margaret)
Richards, George - bap. 19 6 1834 (par. - James & Catherine)
Richards, Henry (34) - bap. 26 10 1834 (par. - Thomas & Hannah)
Richards, Isabella? - bap. 1 6 1854 (par. - Henry & Jane)
Richards, John - bap. 5 4 1831 (par. - Joseph & Elizabeth)
Richards, Joseph - bap. 21 11 1826 (par. - Joseph & Elizabeth)
Richards, Leah - bap. 15 11 1848 (par. - Henry & Jane)
Richards, Lydia - bap. 1 8 1836 (par. - Joseph & Elizabeth)
Richards, Martha - bap. 1 12 1830 (par. - Henry & Jane)
Richards, Martha - bap. 20 8 1843 (par. - James & Catharine)
Richards, Martin - bap. 26 12 1828 (par. - Joseph & Elizabeth)
Richards, Mary - bap. 6 10 1833 (par. - Thomas & Jane)
Richards, Mary - bap. 1 5 1837 (par. - James & Catharine)
Richards, Mary - bap. 3 3 1839 (par. - Henry & Jane)
Richards, Mary - bap. 29 3 1846 (par. - Henry & Jane)
Richards, Pierce - bap. 29 8 1833 (par. - Joseph & Elizabeth)
Richards, Thomas - bap. 24 2 1822 (par. - Joseph & Elizabeth)
Richards, Thomas - bap. 19 10 1834 (par. - Henry & Jane)
Richards, Timothy - bap. 19 7 1840 (par. - James & Catherine)
Richards, William - bap. 10 7 1887 (par. - John & Margaret)
Richards, William (3) - bap. 8 2 1835 (par. - James & Catherine)
Ridler, Eliza (3) - bap. 22 8 1824 (par. - Thomas & Hannah)
Rinnalls, John - bap. 16 12 1770 (par. - William Rinalls)
Roach, Edward - bap. 10 11 1844 (par. - John & Jane)
Roach, Elizabeth - bap. 21 4 1822 (par. - William & Abrah)
Roach, Jane - bap. 3 9 1820 (par. - William & Abra)
Roach, Thomas - bap. 30 11 1823 (par. - William & Abrah)
Roberts, - ? Benjamin - bap. 8 7 1887 (par. - Benjamin & Alice)
Roberts, ? - bap. 17 4 1862 (par. - William & Anne)
Roberts, ? - bap. 1867 (par. - William & Anne)
Roberts, Alice - bap. 28 8 1921 (par. - Edward & Rosalie)
Roberts, Anne - bap. 22 5 1814 (par. - William & Mary)
Roberts, Benjamin - bap. 7 4 1905 (par. - Benjamin & Alice)
Roberts, Edward - bap. 1892 (par. - Benjamin & Alice)
Roberts, Edwin - bap. 12 9 1865 (par. - William & Annie)
Roberts, Eleanor - bap. 1 2 1898 (par. - Benjamin & Alice)
Roberts, Elizabeth? - bap. 7 5 1854 (par. - William & Anne)
Roberts, Evelyn - bap. 12 8 1884 (par. - Benjamin & Alice)
Roberts, Frederick - bap. 7 11 1860 (par. - William & Anne)
Roberts, George - bap. 1859 (par. - William & Anne)
Roberts, Gladys - bap. 18 12 1895 (par. - Benjamin & Alice)
Roberts, Lilian - bap. 28 12 1885 (par. - Banjamin & Alice)
Roberts, Martha - bap. 28 6 1855 (par. - William & Ann)
Roberts, Mary - bap. 19 7 1818 (par. - William & Mary)
Roberts, Mary - bap. 11 2 1923 (par. - Edward & Rosalie)
Roberts, Muriel - bap. 31 1 1890 (par. - Benjamin & Alice)
Roberts, Walter - bap. 1858 (par. - William & Anne)
Roberts, William - bap. 3 2 1822 (par. - William & Mary)
Roberts, William - bap. 27 7 1856 (par. - Benjamin & Anne)
Robinson, Larraine - bap. 2 2 1958 (par. - Patrick & Jean)
Robinson, Patricia - bap. 2 2 1958 (par. - Patrick & Jean)
Roblin, Edith - bap. 28 7 1889 (par. - William & Jane)
Roblin, Florence - bap. 16 12 1894 (par. - William & Jane)
Roblin, Frederick - bap. 13 6 1886 (par. - William & Jane)
Roblin, Margaret - bap. 3 4 1892 (par. - James & Sarah)
Roblin, Sidney - bap. 15 4 1883 (par. - Wiliam & Jane)
Roblin, Walter - bap. 22 1 1893 (par. - William & Jane)
Roblin, William - bap. 16 11 1851 (par. - Richard & Anne)
Roblin, William - bap. 8 1 1888 (par. - John & Elizabeth)
Roch, ? - bap. 1818 (par. - William & Abra)
Roch, Daniel - bap. 21 4 1849 (par. - John & Martha)
Roch, Mary - bap. 8 1 1843 (par. - John & Jane)
Roech?, George - bap. 20 6 1848 (par. - John & Martha)
Rogers, Eliza - bap. 7 12 1830 (par. - James & Ann)
Rogers, Eliza? - bap. 7 2 1844 (par. - William & Anne)
Rogers, John - bap. 9 11 1845 (par. - William & Anne)
Row, Jennet? - bap. 10 5 1784 (par. - Peter & Ann)
Rowlands, John - bap. 9 1 1791 (par. - Hector & Ann)
Rowlands, John ? - bap. 1823 (par. - ? & Mary)
Rowlands, William (11) - bap. 4 9 1836 (par. - James & Sarah)
Russell, -ton - bap. 1921 (par. - John & Lilian)
Russell, David - bap. 12 2 1922 (par. - John & Lilian)
Russell, John - bap. 6 9 1925 (par. - John & Lilian)
Russell, Marjorie - bap. 28 8 1921 (par. - Walter & Evelyn)
Russell, Thomas - bap. 16 9 1914 (par. - Walter & Evelyn)
Ruston, Ian Ira Campbell - bap. 17 6 1992 (par. - Donald & Rachel Ann)
Saice, John - bap. 6 1 1771 (par. - Thomas Saice)
Sayce, James - bap. 21 2 1841 (par. - Thomas & Ann)
Scale, ? - bap. 1917 (par. - )
Scale, George - bap. 28 10 1916 (par. - James & Mabel)
Scone, Martha - bap. 15 4 1870 (par. - William & Mary)
Scourfield, ? - bap. 16 9 1880 (par. - John & Jane)
Scourfield, John - bap. 16 9 1880 (par. - John & Jane)
Scurlock, Anne - bap. 8 10 1824 (par. - John & Mary)
Scurlock, Elizabeth - bap. 25 12 1826 (par. - John & Mary)
Scurlock, Joseph - bap. 11 1 1837 (par. - John & Mary)
Scurlock, Margaret - bap. 6 2 1832 (par. - John & Mary)
Scurlock, Mary - bap. 15 2 1829 (par. - John & Mary)
Scurlock, Peter - bap. 20 1 1835 (par. - John & Mary)
Skone, Alice - bap. 9 10 1757 (par. - John Skone)
Skone, Eliza - bap. 16 2 1868 (par. - William & Mary)
Skone, Mary - bap. 31 5 1754 (par. - John Skone)
Skone, Thomas - bap. 23 3 1756 (par. - John Skone)
Skone, William - bap. 30 6 1871 (par. - William & Mary)
Smith, ? - bap. 1849 (par. - Thomas & Martha)
Smith, Elizabeth? - bap. 1852 (par. - Thomas & Martha)
Smith, John - bap. 17 6 1827 (par. - Ann smith)
Smith, Mary - bap. 20 5 1848 (par. - Thomas & Martha)
Smith, Phillip - bap. 1 12 1940 (par. - Wiliam & Ruby)
Smith, Robert - bap. 7 8 1932 (par. - William & Ruby)
Snape, Richard - bap. 6 4 1980 (par. - Roy & Marilyn)
Stenson, Kimberley - bap. 2 1 1983 (par. - Anthony & Gloria)
Stenson, Matthew - bap. 13 1 1980 (par. - Anthony & Gloria)
Stephens, ? - bap. 1838 (par. - John & Elizabeth)
Stephens, Dennis - bap. 15 3 1939 (par. - William & Elsie)
Stephens, Diane - bap. 23 12 1962 (par. - Dennis & Joan)
Stephens, Edith? - bap. 1842 (par. - John & Ann)
Stephens, George - bap. 23 8 1754 (par. - John Stephens)
Stephens, George - bap. 8 5 1831 (par. - John & Elizabeth)
Stephens, Jacqueline - bap. 25 3 1965 (par. - Dennis & Joan)
Stephens, Jane - bap. 10 8 1834 (par. - John & Elizabeth)
Stephens, John - bap. 8 5 1836 (par. - John & Elizabeth)
Stephens, Margaret - bap. 18 12 1842 (par. - John & Elizabeth)
Stephens, Mary - bap. 1844 (par. - John & Ann)
Stephens, Mary - bap. 23 1 1935 (par. - William & Elsie)
Stephens, Priscilla - bap. 22 2 1829 (par. - James & Frances)
Stephens, Richard - bap. 7 10 1832 (par. - James & Frances)
Stephens, Thomas - bap. 26 8 1832 (par. - John & Elizabeth)
Stephens?, William - bap. 26 3 1922 (par. - ??)
Stevens, Frances - bap. 1900 (par. - Stratford ? & Frances)
Summers, Martha - bap. 20 5 1834 (par. - George & Sarah)
Tascar, Sarah - bap. 19 5 1782 (par. - Richard & Elizabeth)
Thomas, ? - bap. 1887 (par. - Thomas & Margaret?)
Thomas, ? - bap. 1855 (par. - Charles & Elizabeth)
Thomas, ? - bap. 1858 (par. - Charles & Elizabeth)
Thomas, ? - bap. 1860 (par. - Mark & Mary)
Thomas, ? - bap. 1862 (par. - William & Ann)
Thomas, ? - bap. 1864 (par. - Charles & Elizabeth)
Thomas, ? - bap. 1864 (par. - William & Anne)
Thomas, ? - bap. 1865 (par. - James & Maria)
Thomas, ? - bap. 1867 (par. - )
Thomas, ? - bap. 1870 (par. - William & Elizabeth)
Thomas, ? - bap. 1878 (par. - Benjamin & Elizabeth)
Thomas, ? - bap. 1899 (par. - Arthur & Margaret)
Thomas, Abra? - bap. 17 4 1786 (par. - John & Ann)
Thomas, Alice - bap. 14 6 1748 (par. - John Thomas)
Thomas, Ann - bap. 17 7 1763 (par. - John Thomas)
Thomas, Ann - bap. 14 10 1821 (par. - James & Margaret)
Thomas, Anne - bap. 7 9 1828 (par. - Margaret Thomas)
Thomas, Anne ? - bap. 17 1 1827 (par. - Mary Thomas)
Thomas, Anne? - bap. 1860 (par. - Mark & Mary)
Thomas, Anthony - bap. 16 3 1952 (par. - William & Mary)
Thomas, Arthur? - bap. 19 2 1888 (par. - Benjamin & Elizabeth)
Thomas, Benjamin - bap. 15 11 1863 (par. - Charles & Elizabeth)
Thomas, Benjamin (twin) - bap. 7 4 1785 (par. - John & Elizabeth)
Thomas, Bridget - bap. 7 4 1875 (par. - Benjamin & Elizabeth)
Thomas, Charlotte - bap. 15 7 1821 (par. - William & Elizabeth)
Thomas, David - bap. 7 3 1880 (par. - Benjamin & Elizabeth)
Thomas, Edith - bap. 20 8 1876 (par. - Benjamin & Elizabeth)
Thomas, Edward - bap. 25 7 1871 (par. - Benjamin & Elizabeth)
Thomas, Elizabeth - bap. 13 2 1766 (par. - George & Mary)
Thomas, Elizabeth - bap. 28 1 1777 (par. - John & Mary)
Thomas, Elizabeth - bap. 3 8 1846 (par. - John & Charlotte)
Thomas, Elizabeth - bap. 31 8 1856 (par. - William & Anne)
Thomas, Elizabeth - bap. 12 4 1868 (par. - Benjamin & Elizabeth)
Thomas, Elizabeth - bap. 17 12 1882 (par. - Elizabeth Thomas)
Thomas, Elizabeth - bap. 1883 (par. - ? & Margaret)
Thomas, Elizabeth? - bap. 1 6 1816 (par. - James & Margaret)
Thomas, Ethel - bap. 21 11 1901 (par. - Arthur & Margaret)
Thomas, Florence - bap. 17 11 1895 (par. - Arthur & Margaret)
Thomas, Frederick - bap. 11 9 1887 (par. - Elizabeth Thomas)
Thomas, George - bap. 3 1 1735 (par. - John Thomas)
Thomas, George - bap. 1 1 1775 (par. - Thomas & Ann)
Thomas, George - bap. 4 9 1783 (par. - John & Mary)
Thomas, George - bap. 20 8 1826 (par. - Thomas & Elizabeth)
Thomas, George - bap. 31 1 1828 (par. - George & Martha)
Thomas, George - bap. 15 4 1858 (par. - William & Anne)
Thomas, George - bap. 14 3 1897 (par. - Arthur & Margaret)
Thomas, Hannah - bap. 1861 (par. - Charles & Elizabeth)
Thomas, Harriet - bap. 21 2 1875 (par. - John & Martha)
Thomas, Henry - bap. 19 7 1750 (par. - John Thomas)
Thomas, Isaac - bap. 19 7 1818 (par. - James & Margaret)
Thomas, James - bap. 26 4 1841 (par. - George & Ann)
Thomas, James - bap. 19 3 1847 (par. - James & Anne)
Thomas, James - bap. 6 5 1860 (par. - William & Anne)
Thomas, James (twin) - bap. 11 3 1783 (par. - John & Elizabeth?)
Thomas, Jane - bap. 21 3 1740 (par. - John Thomas)
Thomas, Jane - bap. 1765 (par. - John & Mary)
Thomas, Jane - bap. 5 8 1781 (par. - Thomas & Ann)
Thomas, Jane - bap. 1 1 1790 (par. - John & Ann)
Thomas, Jane - bap. 10 7 1831 (par. - Stephen & Elizabeth)
Thomas, Jane - bap. 5 5 1834 (par. - John & Charlotte)
Thomas, Jennet - bap. 16 3 1750 (par. - John Thomas)
Thomas, Joanna - bap. 26 6 1743 (par. - John Thomas)
Thomas, John - bap. 1 5 1737 (par. - Edward? Thomas)
Thomas, John - bap. 2 3 1764 (par. - George Thomas)
Thomas, John - bap. 25 11 1772 (par. - John & Mary)
Thomas, John - bap. 17 11 1776 (par. - Thomas & Ann)
Thomas, John - bap. 15 7 1787 (par. - Thomas & Ann)
Thomas, John - bap. 28 2 1824 (par. - James & Margaret)
Thomas, John - bap. 1 3 1829 (par. - Stephen & Elizabeth)
Thomas, John - bap. 1857 (par. - William & Rebeccah)
Thomas, John (twin) - bap. 11 3 1783 (par. - John & Elizabeth?)
Thomas, John? - bap. 5 8 1739 (par. - ? Thomas)
Thomas, Joseph (twin) - bap. 7 4 1785 (par. - John & Elizabeth)
Thomas, Katie - bap. 25 6 1978 (par. - Anthony & Margaret)
Thomas, Lewis - bap. 24 2 1828 (par. - Thomas & Elizabeth)
Thomas, Lydia - bap. 21 11 1817 (par. - Jane Thomas)
Thomas, Margaret - bap. 9 9 1813 (par. - James & Margaret)
Thomas, Margaret - bap. 8 7 1860 (par. - James & Maria)
Thomas, Margaret - bap. 22 6 1934 (par. - David & Janet)
Thomas, Maria - bap. 7 1 1827 (par. - William & Elizabeth)
Thomas, Martha - bap. 6 6 1784 (par. - Thomas & Ann)
Thomas, Martha - bap. 30 11 1817 (par. - James & Rachel)
Thomas, Martha - bap. 29 6 1819 (par. - George & Martha?)
Thomas, Martha - bap. 5 8 1826 (par. - George & Martha)
Thomas, Martha - bap. 19 12 1830 (par. - Mary Thomas)
Thomas, Martha - bap. 20 1 1832 (par. - John & Charlotte)
Thomas, Martha - bap. 1862 (par. - James & Maria)
Thomas, Martha - bap. 17 8 1870 (par. - William & Ann)
Thomas, Martha - bap. 4 6 1870 (par. - Benjamin & Elizabeth)
Thomas, Mary - bap. 28 10 1773 (par. - John & Mary)
Thomas, Mary - bap. 12 12 1824 (par. - Thomas & Elizabeth)
Thomas, Mary - bap. 22 2 1824 (par. - Stephen & Elizabeth)
Thomas, Mary - bap. 18 7 1841 (par. - Charlotte Thomas)
Thomas, Mary - bap. 25 2 1849 (par. - William & Mary)
Thomas, Mary - bap. 18 12 1881 (par. - Benjamin & Elizabeth)
Thomas, Mary? - bap. 1782 (par. - John & Margaret?)
Thomas, Rebecca - bap. 24 3 1822 (par. - James & Rebecca)
Thomas, Richard - bap. 11 1 1740 (par. - Thomas Thomas)
Thomas, Samuel - bap. 5 7 1789 (par. - Thomas & Ann)
Thomas, Sophia - bap. 18 6 1837 (par. - John & Elizabeth)
Thomas, Susan - bap. 11 8 1868 (par. - Charles & Elizabeth)
Thomas, Susanna? - bap. 11 10 1767 (par. - John & Mary)
Thomas, Thomas - bap. 24 7 1831 (par. - William & Mary)
Thomas, Walter - bap. 22 6 1890 (par. - Thomas & Margaret)
Thomas, William - bap. 3 2 1738 (par. - John? Thomas)
Thomas, William - bap. 21 2 1779 (par. - Thomas & Ann)
Thomas, William - bap. 7 11 1869 (par. - Benjamin & Elizabeth)
Thorogood, John - bap. 25 9 1893 (par. - Alfred & Martha)
Thorogood, Winifred - bap. 25 9 1893 (par. - Alfred & Martha)
Thoroughgood, ? - bap. 1880 (par. - Alfred & Martha)
Thoroughgood, Margaret - bap. 10 8 1884 (par. - Alfred & Martha)
Thoroughgood, Thomas - bap. 31 12 1882 (par. - Alfred & Martha)
Tipping, ? - bap. 1888 (par. - Harvey & Mary)
Tipping, ? - bap. 1890 (par. - Harvey & Mary)
Tucker, Elizabeth - bap. 17 9 1765 (par. - William & Lettice)
Tucker, Lettice - bap. 7 8 1768 (par. - William & Lettice)
Tucker, Margaret - bap. 13 3 1764 (par. - William Tucker)
Turner, Jane - bap. 27 6 1762 (par. - Richard Turner)
Vane, Margaret - bap. 12 11 1780 (par. - James & Mary)
Vane, William - bap. 12 7 1778 (par. - James & Mary)
Vaughan, ? - bap. 1839 (par. - Sarah?)
Vaughan, Edward - bap. 9 4 1749 (par. - William Vaughan)
Vaughan, Mary - bap. 7 2 1836 (par. - Sarah Vaughan)
Walkins?, Joseph - bap. 25 5 1848 (par. - Thomas & Frances)
Walter, Elizabeth - bap. 1846 (par. - John & Dorothy?)
Walter, Hester - bap. 27 2 1820 (par. - Peter & Mary)
Walters, ? - bap. 1852 (par. - George & Martha?)
Walters, ? - bap. 1866 (par. - )
Walters, Elizabeth - bap. 1844 (par. - George & Martha)
Walters, Jane - bap. 2 4 1848 (par. - George & Martha)
Walters, Mary - bap. 16 10 1842 (par. - George & Martha)
Walters, Sarah - bap. 1846 (par. - George & Martha)
Walters?, Sarah - bap. 1846 (par. - Francis Brown & Thomas?)
Watkin, Jane - bap. 1 4 1750 (par. - Richard Watkin)
Watkins, Ann - bap. 14 2 1741 (par. - Richard Watkins)
Watkins, Frances - bap. 1851 (par. - Thomas & Frances)
Watkins, George - bap. 17 3 1744 (par. - Richard Watkins)
Watkins, Henry - bap. 9 3 1780 (par. - John & Jane)
Watkins, John - bap. 29 10 1843 (par. - Thomas & Jane)
Watkins, Sarah - bap. 28 7 1780 (par. - John & Jane)
Watkins?, Elizabeth - bap. 13 5 1739 (par. - -)
Watkins?, John - bap. 9 10 1790 (par. - Lewis & Jane)
Watts, Constance - bap. 11 7 1924 (par. - Mabel Watts)
Watts, Edith - bap. 16 2 1916 (par. - Elizabeth Watts)
Watts, James - bap. 22 12 1918 (par. - Louisa Watts)
Watts, Jane - bap. 11 10 1953 (par. - Douglas & Violet)
Watts, Mabel - bap. 5 7 1896 (par. - John & Dinah)
Watts, Margaret - bap. 17 9 1922 (par. - Elizabeth Watts)
Welsh, Elizabeth - bap. 2 3 1828 (par. - Benjamin & Jane)
Westlake, Mary - bap. 8 1 1829 (par. - Thomas & Mary)
Wilde, Phillip - bap. 10 12 1944 (par. - Walter & Winifred)
Wilkeson, Thomas - bap. 19 12 1762 (par. - William Wilkeson)
Wilkinson, Ann - bap. 21 3 1756 (par. - William Wilkinson)
Wilkinson, Ann - bap. 3 3 1765 (par. - William & Mary)
Wilkinson, Elizabeth - bap. 17 7 1768 (par. - William & Mary)
Wilkinson, Jane - bap. 25 4 1773 (par. - William & Mary)
Wilkinson, Mary - bap. 8 7 1759 (par. - William Wilkinson)
William, George - bap. 20 2 1859 (par. - William & Hesther)
Williams, (son) - bap. 4 8 1788 (par. - William & Elizabeth)
Williams, -? Rebekah - bap. 22 6 1892 (par. - Richard & Mary)
Williams, ? - bap. 1813 (par. - )
Williams, ? - bap. 1818 (par. - Thomas? & Elizabeth)
Williams, ? - bap. 1819 (par. - )
Williams, ? - bap. 1900 (par. - )
Williams, ? - bap. 1908 (par. - )
Williams, Abraham - bap. 24 3 1833 (par. - David & Mary)
Williams, Alice - bap. 23 7 1758 (par. - George Williams)
Williams, Alice - bap. 15 12 1786 (par. - William & Elizabeth)
Williams, Andrew - bap. 23 12 1894 (par. - Richard & Mary)
Williams, Ann - bap. 19 7 1936 (par. - Frederick & Winifred)
Williams, Anne - bap. 13 11 1814 (par. - George & Mary)
Williams, Annie - bap. 22 5 1881 (par. - Richard & Mary)
Williams, Caroline - bap. 4 8 1844 (par. - John & Charlotte)
Williams, Elizabeth - bap. 1 3 1752 (par. - William Williams)
Williams, Elizabeth - bap. 30 8 1761 (par. - George Williams)
Williams, Elizabeth - bap. 19 11 1826 (par. - David & Mary)
Williams, Elizabeth - bap. 23 2 1840 (par. - James & Mary)
Williams, Emmeline - bap. 21 6 1896 (par. - Richard & Mary)
Williams, Eric - bap. 1 6 1929 (par. - Annie Williams)
Williams, Evan - bap. 2 5 1886 (par. - Richard & Mary)
Williams, Frederick - bap. 11 8 1878 (par. - Richard & Mary)
Williams, Frederick - bap. 4 1 1885 (par. - Richard & Mary)
Williams, Frederick - bap. 1891 (par. - Thomas & Elizabeth)
Williams, Frederick - bap. 14 4 1907 (par. - Arthur & Annie)
Williams, George - bap. 22 9 1823 (par. - George & Mary)
Williams, George - bap. 23 7 1865 (par. - Joseph & Margaret)
Williams, Harry - bap. 31 3 1782 (par. - William & Jane)
Williams, Henry - bap. 5 12 1853 (par. - John & Maria)
Williams, Henry - bap. 16 9 1866 (par. - John & Sarah)
Williams, James - bap. 11 1 1829 (par. - David & Mary)
Williams, James - bap. 1838 (par. - George & Mary)
Williams, James - bap. 29 3 1849 (par. - Morris & Ann)
Williams, James - bap. 5 12 1853 (par. - John & Maria)
Williams, James - bap. 1870 (par. - John & Sarah)
Williams, Jane - bap. 1 10 1754 (par. - George Williams)
Williams, Jane? - bap. 25 11 1821 (par. - George & Mary)
Williams, John - bap. 21 7 1816 (par. - Thomas & Elizabeth)
Williams, John - bap. 25 3 1821 (par. - David & Mary)
Williams, John - bap. 5 9 1823 (par. - Elizabeth Wiliams)
Williams, John - bap. 18 12 1831 (par. - John & Phobe)
Williams, John - bap. 7 7 1856 (par. - John & Sarah)
Williams, John - bap. 1861 (par. - Jason & Mary)
Williams, Joseph - bap. 22 3 1835 (par. - David & Mary)
Williams, Joseph - bap. 1873 (par. - Richard & Mary)
Williams, Joseph - bap. 11 7 1909 (par. - Arthur & Annie)
Williams, Kenneth - bap. 29 11 1933 (par. - Annie Williams)
Williams, Margaret - bap. 13 7 1890 (par. - Richard & Mary)
Williams, Margaret - bap. 11 7 1909 (par. - Arthur & Annie)
Williams, Margaret (2) - bap. 30 8 1830 (par. - George & Mary)
Williams, Mariah - bap. 1836 (par. - Mary Williams)
Williams, Mark - bap. 1876 (par. - William & Ann)
Williams, Mary - bap. 10 10 1819 (par. - George & Mary)
Williams, Mary - bap. 1 1 1826 (par. - David & Mary)
Williams, Mary - bap. 3 5 1841 (par. - James & Mary)
Williams, Mary - bap. 4 1 1860 (par. - William & Martha)
Williams, Mary - bap. 26 7 1863 (par. - Joseph & Margaret)
Williams, Mary - bap. 20 2 1896 (par. - Arthur & Elizabeth)
Williams, Priscilla - bap. 24 3 1877 (par. - Richard & Mary)
Williams, Priscilla - bap. 1879 (par. - Richard & Mary)
Williams, Raymond - bap. 8 3 1936 (par. - Frederick & Elizabeth)
Williams, Rees - bap. 19 3 1876 (par. - Richard & Mary)
Williams, Richard - bap. 13 2 1785 (par. - John & Mary)
Williams, Richard - bap. 27 6 1826 (par. - George & Mary)
Williams, Richard - bap. 11 2 1875 (par. - Richard & Mary)
Williams, Sarah - bap. 16 9 1866 (par. - John & Sarah)
Williams, Thomas - bap. 11 5 1777 (par. - William & Jane)
Williams, Thomas - bap. 17 2 1817 (par. - George & Anne)
Williams, Thomas - bap. 24 4 1831 (par. - David & Mary)
Williams, Thomas - bap. 8 10 1882 (par. - Richard & Mary)
Williams, William - bap. 2 10 1750 (par. - George Williams)
Williams, William - bap. 9 9 1750 (par. - William Williams)
Williams, William - bap. 24 6 1821 (par. - Elizabeth Williams)
Williams, William - bap. 24 1 1823 (par. - David & Mary)
Williams, William - bap. 2 9 1832 (par. - George & Mary)
Williams, William - bap. 24 1 1847 (par. - John & Charlotte)
Williams, William? - bap. 4 2 1780 (par. - William & Jane)
Williams, Winifred - bap. 17 7 1887 (par. - Richard & Mary)
Williams?, ? - bap. 1854 (par. - )
Williams?, James - bap. 9 4 1749 (par. - William Williams?)
Wodden?, Margaret - bap. 21 7 1751 (par. - Thomas Wodden?)
Woods, -and - bap. 3 3 1746 (par. - Thomas Woods)
Woods, Alice - bap. 7 7 1739 (par. - Thomas? Woods)
Woods, Benjamin - bap. 17 1 1741 (par. - Thomas Woods)
Woods, Elizabeth - bap. 15 2 1738 (par. - Thomas Woods)
Woods, Jane - bap. 19 2 1748 (par. - Thomas Woods)
Woods, William - bap. 5 4 1744 (par. - Thomas & Ann)
Wright, James - bap. 25 5 1817 (par. - Peter & Martha)
Young, Ann - bap. 24 6 1821 (par. - George & Maria)
Young, George - bap. 12 1 1820 (par. - George & Maria)

St. Twynnells Church - Marriage Register

 

?, ? to Alice Dawkins 29 12 1749
?, ? to John Griffiths 9 8 1823
?, Elizabeth to John Cole 1828
?, Hesther to David? Thomas 7 5 1736
?, Mary to Benjamin Beynon 23 11 1816
Adams, John to Lucy Neynoe 22 6 1869
Adams, Margaret to George Lloyd 29 3 1869
Allen, ? to Martha Laurence 31 ?1 1822
Andrew, Richard to Joan Gough 13 11 1753
Bamkin, William to Martha Stephens 27 9 1857
Barezey, Thomas to Elizabeth Husband 6 11 1788
Barten, John to Anne Nicholas 12 11 1782
Baumann, Dirk to Vanessa Thomas 14 11 1987
Bazzy, Thomas to Maria Griffiths 27 8 1818
Bennett, George to Jane (widow) Moody 16 10 1806
Bevan, William to Anne Williams 21 4 1863
Beynon, Benjamin to Mary ? 23 11 1816
Beynon, David to Elizabeth Thomas 9 12 1893
Beynon, Edith to William Stephens 12 11 1921
Beynon, Evelyn to Frederick Dyson 27 10 1917
Beynon, Janet to David Thomas 3 2 1934
Beynon, John to Dilys Bowen 6 2 1937
Beynon, Joseph to Priscilla Evans 1 8 1841
Beynon, Margaret to George Blizzard 14 9 1865
Beynon, Martha to William Harris 26 1 1924
Bird, Rosemary to Meurig Davies 4 9 1982
Blair, William to Barbara Tasker 23 12 1950
Blizzard, George to Margaret Beynon 14 9 1865
Blumsden, George to Muriel Phillpotts 25 9 1965
Bowen, Dilys to John Beynon 6 2 1937
Bowen, Mary to William Thomas 16 10 1830
Bowen, Michael to Anne Llewellyn 2 10 1860
Bowen, Owen to Martha James 17 8 1833
Bowling, Ann to John Morgan 24 11 1786
Bowling, Frances to Charles Campbell 23 9 1786
Bowling, John to Catherine Davis 9 2 1878
Bowling (Mrs.), Joan to John Dunn 9 2 1740
Boyett, Arthur to Winifred Williams 31 1 1920
Brace, George to Annie Williams 18 4 1936
Brace, Thomas to Sarah Jenkins 2 4 1812
Brewer, William to Sheila Stanton 17 8 1956
Brickell, Nigel to Helen Minchin 27 9 1980
Brinn, Arthur to Mabel Williams 7 4 1928
Brown, William to Frances Williams 16 1 1828
Brunning, John to Ann Owens 12 10 1782
Burlow, Terence to Hilda Mason 5 8 1967
Butler, Nicholas to Alice Russan 20 11 1784
Campbell, Charles to Frances Bowling 23 9 1786
Clark, Richard to Mary Thomas 23 1 1779
Codd, Griffith to Elizabeth Llewheling 24 1 1745
Cole, Benjamin to Ann Harris 29 5 1846
Cole, Debra to Peter Tischner 7 7 1990
Cole, Debra Ann to Peter Tischner 7 7 1990
Cole, George to Margaret Lewis 5 8 1826
Cole, John to Elizabeth ? 1828
Colley, Judith to Michael Tompkinson 23 12 1963
Collins, James to Mary Laurence 31 10 1801
Crew, Stanley to Gladys Roberts 5 8 1925
Davies, Daniel to Ellen Williams 30 9 1875
Davies, James to Jane Davies 2 10 1779
Davies, Jane to James Davies 2 10 1779
Davies, John to Ann Jones 23 4 1743
Davies, Joseph to Sarah Jones 27 4 1745
Davies, Martha to James Vaughan 10 11 1790
Davies, Martha to William Hicks 11 11 1843
Davies, Martha to Richard Rees 30 7 1904
Davies, Meurig to Rosemary Bird 4 9 1982
Davies, Reginald to Agnes Stephens 28 6 1927
Davies, Stephen to Mary Marchant 29 4 1779
Davies, William to Sarah Owens 1 9 1855
Davis, Catherine to John Bowling 9 2 1878
Davis, Hannah to George Jones 8 10 1825
Davis, William to Mary Richards 21 11 1829
Dawkins, Alice to ? ? 29 12 1749
Dawkins, James to Elizabeth Philipps 26 12 1810
Dawkins, John to Martha Edwards 15 10 1864
Dawkins, Thomas to Mary Thomas 8 2 1749
Denzey, John to Martha Morris 20 5 1876
Dogan, Humphrey to Ann John 17 5 1737
Dubberling, John to Mary Jones 29 11 1800
Dunn, Jane (Mrs.) to Benjamin Ferrier 30 12 1740
Dunn, John to Joan Bowling (Mrs.) 9 2 1740
Dyson, Elizabeth to Brian Griffiths 31 8 1968
Dyson, Frederick to Evelyn Beynon 27 10 1917
Edwards, Martha to John Dawkins 15 10 1864
Edwards, Rebecca to William Hall 26 12 1828
Edwards, Thomas to Sarah Thomas 20 4 1844
Edwards, William to Ann Lewis 23 10 1821
Esmond, Thomas to Margaret Williams 26 9 1931
Evans, Abraham to Alice Williams 20 ? 1820
Evans, Elizabeth to George Lewis 8 4 1843
Evans, Elizabeth to William Thomas 11 12 1897
Evans, Evan to Jane Thomas 29 5 1791
Evans, James to Elizabeth Owens 13 12 1877
Evans, Mary to William Fields 18 2 1843
Evans, Noah to Jane Owens 28 6 1884
Evans, Priscilla to Joseph Beynon 1 8 1841
Evans, Samuel to Maria Griffiths 12 6 1802
Evans, Thomas to Alice Hall 6 6 1880
Ferrier, Benjamin to Jane (Mrs.) Dunn 30 12 1740
Fields, William to Mary Evans 18 2 1843
Fleury, Jean to Esther Hayley 19 8 1838
Fortune, Elizabeth to James Oakley 28 4 1835
Fortune, Mary to John Scurlock 6 9 1823
Freeman, Elizabeth to William Jones 13 5 1749
Furlon, John to Margaret Jones 1 5 1784
Furlong, John to Mary John 24 1 1843
Furlong, Margaret to Henry Rogers 24 9 1792
Gascoigne, William to Ann Howells 1 2 1887
Gibbon, Thomas to Elizabeth Richards 26 4 1873
Gibbs, Jane to Philip Hood? 31 12 1827
Godfrey-Thomas, Cecil to Eileen Town 11 5 1943
Gough, Alice to George Williams 8 10 1748
Gough, Joan to Richard Andrew 13 11 1753
Gough, Joseph to Anne Owens 25 10 1884
Gough, Ruby to William Smith 26 12 1931
Gray, Edward to Ailsa Pemberton 7 9 1956
Griffith, Elizabeth to Henry Lewis 10 10 1799
Griffith, John to Martha Macken 7 5 1803
Griffith, William to Elizabeth Poyer 14 9 1735
Griffiths, Ann to James Stephens 2 7 1842
Griffiths, Anna to John Owen 10 5 1856
Griffiths, Brian to Elizabeth Dyson 31 8 1968
Griffiths, Frederick to Frances Thomas 14 3 1903
Griffiths, George to Martha Thomas 24 11 1815
Griffiths, John to ? ? 9 8 1823
Griffiths, John to Sarah Lewis 27 10 1827
Griffiths, Margaret to Frederick Trusler 6 11 1954
Griffiths, Maria to Samuel Evans 12 6 1802
Griffiths, Maria to Thomas Bazzy 27 8 1818
Griffiths, Mary to David Lawrence 14 12 1841
Griffiths, Priscilla to Evan Thomas 11 2 1823
Griffiths, Thomas to Ann Williams 26 3 1826
Griffiths, William to Elizabeth Richards 23 6 1850
Grimes, Ronald to Miriam Kearle 5 8 1955
Gwyther, David to Marjorie Mason 12 8 1950
Gwyther, John to Lydia Vaughan 13 3 1897
Hall, Alice to Thomas Evans 6 6 1880
Hall, James to Sophia Scourfield 3 11 1832
Hall, James to Elizabeth Thomas 21 10 1862
Hall, Mary to James John 1 12 1855
Hall, Mary to Jason Williams 14 11 1857
Hall, William to Rebecca Edwards 26 12 1828
Hancock, George to Mary Stephens 5 1 1957
Harries, George to Ann Lewis 7 3 1835
Harries, William to Ann Jones 20 7 1776
Harries, William to Mary Lewis 29 9 1860
Harris, Ann to Benjamin Cole 29 5 1846
Harris, James to Alice Hodge 7 9 1837
Harris, William to Martha Beynon 26 1 1924
Harry, Griffith to Mary Philips 28 10 1780
Hathway, Frederick to Frances Stephens 4 12 1920
Hayley, Esther to Jean Fleury 19 8 1838
Hicks, George to Elizabeth Owen 13 10 1866
Hicks, William to Martha Davies 11 11 1843
Hier, Sarah to James Roblin 3 11 1888
Hitchings, George to Frances Thomas 27 7 1808
Hitchings, Joseph to Elizabeth Thomas 27 4 1809
Hitchings, Paul to Mary Loggan 10 2 1747
Hitchings, Thomas to Alice Thomas 11 8 1810
Hodge, Abraham to Alice Wiliams 2 5 1779
Hodge, Alice to James Harris 7 9 1837
Hood, Elizabeth to William Lowless 8 2 1787
Hood?, Philip to Jane Gibbs 31 12 1827
Hoplow, Margaret to John Thomas 17 11 1781
Howell, Joseph to Elizabeth Lewis 2 7 1780
Howells, Ann to William Gascoigne 1 2 1887
Howells, Charles to Eliza Rees 17 8 1867
Howells, Jane to William Williams 18 9 1808
Howells, Margaret to Arthur Thomas 17 11 1894
Hunt, Emlyn to Ellen Thomas 11 12 1907
Hunt, Morfydd to Sydney Wyeth 28 10 1939
Husband, Elizabeth to Thomas Barezey 6 11 1788
James, Ann to Thomas Thomas 1 11 1828
James, Jane to Robert Nash 6 ? 1791
James, John to Mary Morris 29 4 1879
James, Martha to Owen Bowen 17 8 1833
James, Mary to John Morgan 10 10 1792
James, Mary to Peter Johns 17 2 1866
James, William to Rebecca Jenkins 18 6 1853
James?, William to Ann Merriman 1 ? 1829
Jenkins, Elizabeth to James Mathias 2 8 1806
Jenkins, John to Ann Thomas 6 11 1886
Jenkins, Rebecca to William James 18 6 1853
Jenkins, Sarah to Thomas Brace 2 4 1812
John, Ann to Humphrey Dogan 17 5 1737
John, Anne to Thomas Reynolds 5 12 1846
John, James to Elizabeth Jones 15 11 1804
John, James to Mary Hall 1 12 1855
John, Mary to James Vaughan 4 10 1777
John, Mary to John Furlong 24 1 1843
John, Nancy to Thomas Williams 9 6 1945
John, William to Mary Rogers 16 4 1836
John, William to Mary Kenna 13 10 1881
Johns, Peter to Mary James 17 2 1866
Jones, Ann to John Davies 23 4 1743
Jones, Ann to William Harries 20 7 1776
Jones, Daniel to Letticia Lewis 6 6 1835
Jones, Edgar to Eliza Scale 31 10 1911
Jones, Elizabeth to James John 15 11 1804
Jones, Esther to John Richards 27 6 1931
Jones, George to Hannah Davis 8 10 1825
Jones, Hannah to George Owens 13 7 1844
Jones, Henry to Margaret Venable 4 10 1792
Jones, Jane to Rees Jones 21 1 1776
Jones, Jane to James Lowless 11 12 1788
Jones, John to Margaret Williams 24 11 1744
Jones, Margaret to John Furlon 1 5 1784
Jones, Martha to John Thomas 22 3 1873
Jones, Mary to John Sommers? 1 12 1738
Jones, Mary to John Dubberling 29 11 1800
Jones, Rees to Jane Jones 21 1 1776
Jones, Sarah to Joseph Davies 27 4 1745
Jones, William to Elizabeth Freeman 13 5 1749
Jordan, William to Elsie Nicholas 1 12 1923
Kearle, Miriam to Ronald Grimes 5 8 1955
Kenna, Mary to William John 13 10 1881
Knethell, George to Elizabeth Morris 7 1 1879
Laurence, Martha to ? Allen 31 ?1 1822
Laurence, Mary to James Collins 31 10 1801
Lawrence, David to Mary Griffiths 14 12 1841
Lawrence, Elizabeth to Griffith Owens 24 11 1792
Lewis, Ann to John Loogin 18 11 1779
Lewis, Ann to William Edwards 23 10 1821
Lewis, Ann to George Harries 7 3 1835
Lewis, Anne to William Thomas 21 6 1856
Lewis, Elizabeth to Joseph Howell 2 7 1780
Lewis, George to Elizabeth Evans 8 4 1843
Lewis, Henry to Elizabeth Griffith 10 10 1799
Lewis, John to Mary Thomas 6 10 1803
Lewis, John to Elizabeth Owens 22 7 1855
Lewis, Letticia to Daniel Jones 6 6 1835
Lewis, Margaret to George Cole 5 8 1826
Lewis, Martha to Thomas Llewellin 9 2 1839
Lewis, Mary to Thomas Lewis 9 12 1856
Lewis, Mary to William Harries 29 9 1860
Lewis, Sarah to John Griffiths 27 10 1827
Lewis, Thomas to Mary Lewis 9 12 1856
Lhwhellin, Elizabeth to Thomas Sumers 13 5 1792
Lilwall, Morris to Rosalie Minchin 3 7 1971
Llewellin, Thomas to Martha Lewis 9 2 1839
Llewellyn, Anne to Michael Bowen 2 10 1860
Llewheling, Elizabeth to Griffith Codd 24 1 1745
Llewhellin, Pierce to Mary Roberts 15 1 1839
Lloyd, George to Margaret Adams 29 3 1869
Lloyd, John to Jane Thomas 1 10 1808
Lloyd, Martha to Francis Richards 29 9 1846
Loggan, Mary to Paul Hitchings 10 2 1747
Login, Frances to William Thomas 6 10 1831
Long, Arthur to Jane Phillips 19 4 1910
Long, Jane to Henry Moody 25 9 1798
Loogin, Jane to John Watkins 21 12 1776
Loogin, John to Ann Lewis 18 11 1779
Lowless, James to Jane Jones 11 12 1788
Lowless, William to Elizabeth Hood 8 2 1787
MacIntire, James to Anne Mathias 8 9 1805
Macken, Martha to John Griffith 7 5 1803
Macken, Thomas to Elizabeth Walters 9 10 1841
Marchant, Mary to Stephen Davies 29 4 1779
Mason, Ann to Thomas Thomas 12 11 1774
Mason, Doris to John Page 17 4 1954
Mason, Hilda to Terence Burlow 5 8 1967
Mason, Marjorie to David Gwyther 12 8 1950
Mason, William to Edwina Rees 30 10 1965
Mathias, Anne to James MacIntire 8 9 1805
Mathias, James to Elizabeth Jenkins 2 8 1806
Mathias, Mary to William Roberts 18 9 1810
Merriman, Ann to William James? 1 ? 1829
Merriman, Jane to Benjamin Welsh 3 11 1827
Minchin, Helen to Nigel Brickell 27 9 1980
Minchin, John to Alice Roberts 18 10 1941
Minchin, Roger to Elizabeth Secrett 19 4 1975
Minchin, Rosalie to Morris Lilwall 3 7 1971
Moody, Henry to Jane Long 25 9 1798
Moody, Jane (widow) to George Bennett 16 10 1806
Moody, Mary to Thomas Westlake 8 4 1828
Morgan, John to Ann Bowling 24 11 1786
Morgan, John to Mary James 10 10 1792
Morgan, John to Sarah Thomas 22 10 1842
Morgan, Robert to Eleanor Roberts 28 7 1926
Morgans, Ellen to Thomas Skyrme 30 6 1881
Morris, Elizabeth to George Knethell 7 1 1879
Morris, John to Eliza Oakley 4 10 1869
Morris, Martha to John Denzey 20 5 1876
Morris, Mary to John James 29 4 1879
Morris, Mary to Henry Tipping 10 9 1887
Morris, Richard to Mary Roberts 28 4 1948
Morse, Joseph to Mary Wilkinson 13 2 1796
Nash, Robert to Jane James 6 ? 1791
Neynoe, Lucy to John Adams 22 6 1869
Nicholas, Ada to Thomas Smith 2 11 1929
Nicholas, Anne to John Barten 12 11 1782
Nicholas, Elsie to William Jordan 1 12 1923
Oakley, Eliza to John Morris 4 10 1869
Oakley, James to Elizabeth Fortune 28 4 1835
Owen, Elizabeth to George Hicks 13 10 1866
Owen, Ellen to George Price 31 7 1831
Owen, John to Anna Griffiths 10 5 1856
Owens, Ann to John Brunning 12 10 1782
Owens, Anne to Joseph Gough 25 10 1884
Owens, Elizabeth to John Lewis 22 7 1855
Owens, Elizabeth to James Evans 13 12 1877
Owens, George to Hannah Jones 13 7 1844
Owens, Griffith to Elizabeth Lawrence 24 11 1792
Owens, Jane to Noah Evans 28 6 1884
Owens, Margaret to John Richards 3 5 1884
Owens, Martha to William Owens 28 2 1884
Owens, Sarah to William Davies 1 9 1855
Owens, William to Martha Owens 28 2 1884
Page, John to Doris Mason 17 4 1954
Pemberton, Ailsa to Edward Gray 7 9 1956
Philipps, Elizabeth to James Dawkins 26 12 1810
Philips, Jane to John Thomas 19 7 1747
Philips, Martha to George Roberts 18 3 1784
Philips, Mary to Griffith Harry 28 10 1780
Phillips, Jane to Arthur Long 19 4 1910
Phillips, John to Johanna Williams 5 1 1782
Phillips, Percival to Annie Williams 23 6 1928
Phillips, Pierce to Mary Thomas 28 8 1877
Phillpotts, Muriel to George Blumsden 25 9 1965
Potter, ? to Susan? Thomas 1816
Powell, Elizabeth to John Roblin 16 4 1887
Poyer, Elizabeth to William Griffith 14 9 1735
Price, George to Ellen Owen 31 7 1831
Pridy, Margaret to Henry Prout 23 10 1779
Prout, Henry to Margaret Pridy 23 10 1779
Raymond, William to Martha Thomas 21 11 1807
Rees, Edwina to William Mason 30 10 1965
Rees, Eliza to Charles Howells 17 8 1867
Rees, James to Eliza Roach 25 2 1854
Rees, John to Mary Williams 17 2 1844
Rees, Richard to Martha Davies 30 7 1904
Reynolds, Thomas to Anne John 5 12 1846
Richards, Elizabeth to William Griffiths 23 6 1850
Richards, Elizabeth to Thomas Gibbon 26 4 1873
Richards, Francis to Martha Lloyd 29 9 1846
Richards, Janet (widow) to Joseph Richards 14 9 1867
Richards, John to Margaret Owens 3 5 1884
Richards, John to Esther Jones 27 6 1931
Richards, Joseph to Janet (widow) Richards 14 9 1867
Richards, Martha to Thomas Smith 13 11 1847
Richards, Mary to William Davis 21 11 1829
Richards, Phoebe to Hans Wulff 8 5 1948
Roach, Eliza to James Rees 25 2 1854
Roberts, Alice to Sidney Thomas 23 4 1924
Roberts, Alice to John Minchin 18 10 1941
Roberts, Eleanor to Robert Morgan 28 7 1926
Roberts, Evelyn to Walter Russell 3 9 1913
Roberts, George to Martha Philips 18 3 1784
Roberts, Gladys to Stanley Crew 5 8 1925
Roberts, Lilian to John Russell 31 10 1917
Roberts, Mary to Pierce Llewhellin 15 1 1839
Roberts, Mary to Richard Morris 28 4 1948
Roberts, Muriel to Walter Russell 27 11 1928
Roberts, William to Mary Mathias 18 9 1810
Roblin, James to Sarah Hier 3 11 1888
Roblin, John to Elizabeth Powell 16 4 1887
Rogers, Henry to Margaret Furlong 24 9 1792
Rogers, Mary to William John 16 4 1836
Russan, Alice to Nicholas Butler 20 11 1784
Russell, John to Lilian Roberts 31 10 1917
Russell, Walter to Evelyn Roberts 3 9 1913
Russell, Walter to Muriel Roberts 27 11 1928
Scale, Eliza to Edgar Jones 31 10 1911
Scourfield, Sophia to James Hall 3 11 1832
Scurlock, John to Mary Fortune 6 9 1823
Secrett, Elizabeth to Roger Minchin 19 4 1975
Skyrme, Thomas to Ellen Morgans 30 6 1881
Smith, Thomas to Martha Richards 13 11 1847
Smith, Thomas to Ada Nicholas 2 11 1929
Smith, William to Ruby Gough 26 12 1931
Smyth, Ann to Thomas Webb 11 10 1806
Smyth, Ellen to Evan Stephens 12 2 1826
Smyth, George to Mary Young 25 4 1805
Sommers?, John to Mary Jones 1 12 1738
Stanton, Sheila to William Brewer 17 8 1956
Stephens, Agnes to Reginald Davies 28 6 1927
Stephens, Evan to Ellen Smyth 12 2 1826
Stephens, Frances to Frederick Hathway 4 12 1920
Stephens, James to Ann Griffiths 2 7 1842
Stephens, John to Elizabeth Williams 17 6 1826
Stephens, Martha to William Bamkin 27 9 1857
Stephens, Mary to George Hancock 5 1 1957
Stephens, William to Edith Beynon 12 11 1921
Sumers, Thomas to Elizabeth Lhwhellin 13 5 1792
Tasker, Barbara to William Blair 23 12 1950
Thomas, Alice to Thomas Hitchings 11 8 1810
Thomas, Alice to Frederick Thomas 31 10 1907
Thomas, Ann to John Thomas 10 8 1783
Thomas, Ann to John Jenkins 6 11 1886
Thomas, Arthur to Margaret Howells 17 11 1894
Thomas, David to Janet Beynon 3 2 1934
Thomas, David? to Hesther ? 7 5 1736
Thomas, Dora to Frederick Thomas 22 2 1936
Thomas, Elizabeth to Joseph Hitchings 27 4 1809
Thomas, Elizabeth to James Hall 21 10 1862
Thomas, Elizabeth to David Beynon 9 12 1893
Thomas, Ellen to Emlyn Hunt 11 12 1907
Thomas, Evan to Priscilla Griffiths 11 2 1823
Thomas, Frances to George Hitchings 27 7 1808
Thomas, Frances to Frederick Griffiths 14 3 1903
Thomas, Frederick to Alice Thomas 31 10 1907
Thomas, Frederick to Dora Thomas 22 2 1936
Thomas, Jane to Evan Evans 29 5 1791
Thomas, Jane to John Lloyd 1 10 1808
Thomas, John to Jane Philips 19 7 1747
Thomas, John to Margaret Hoplow 17 11 1781
Thomas, John to Ann Thomas 10 8 1783
Thomas, John to Martha Jones 22 3 1873
Thomas, Martha to William Raymond 21 11 1807
Thomas, Martha to George Griffiths 24 11 1815
Thomas, Mary to Thomas Dawkins 8 2 1749
Thomas, Mary to Richard Clark 23 1 1779
Thomas, Mary to John Lewis 6 10 1803
Thomas, Mary to Pierce Phillips 28 8 1877
Thomas, Sarah to John Morgan 22 10 1842
Thomas, Sarah to Thomas Edwards 20 4 1844
Thomas, Sidney to Alice Roberts 23 4 1924
Thomas, Susan? to ? Potter 1816
Thomas, Thomas to Ann Mason 12 11 1774
Thomas, Thomas to Ann James 1 11 1828
Thomas, Thomas to Priscilla Williams 9 9 1920
Thomas, Vanessa to Dirk Baumann 14 11 1987
Thomas, William to Mary Bowen 16 10 1830
Thomas, William to Frances Login 6 10 1831
Thomas, William to Anne Lewis 21 6 1856
Thomas, William to Eliza Williams 27 12 1859
Thomas, William to Elizabeth Evans 11 12 1897
Tipping, Henry to Mary Morris 10 9 1887
Tischner, Peter to Debra Cole 7 7 1990
Tischner, Peter to Debra Ann Cole 7 7 1990
Tompkinson, Michael to Judith Colley 23 12 1963
Town, Eileen to Cecil Godfrey-Thomas 11 5 1943
Trusler, Frederick to Emmeline Williams 19 4 1927
Trusler, Frederick to Margaret Griffiths 6 11 1954
Vaughan, James to Mary John 4 10 1777
Vaughan, James to Martha Davies 10 11 1790
Vaughan, Lydia to John Gwyther 13 3 1897
Venable, Margaret to Henry Jones 4 10 1792
Walters, Elizabeth to Thomas Macken 9 10 1841
Watkins, John to Jane Loogin 21 12 1776
Webb, Thomas to Ann Smyth 11 10 1806
Welsh, Benjamin to Jane Merriman 3 11 1827
Westlake, Thomas to Mary Moody 8 4 1828
Wilkinson, Mary to Joseph Morse 13 2 1796
Williams, Alice to Abraham Hodge 2 5 1779
Williams, Alice to Abraham Evans 20 ? 1820
Williams, Ann to Thomas Griffiths 26 3 1826
Williams, Anne to William Bevan 21 4 1863
Williams, Annie to Percival Phillips 23 6 1928
Williams, Annie to George Brace 18 4 1936
Williams, Eliza to William Thomas 27 12 1859
Williams, Elizabeth to William Williams 27 7 1786
Williams, Elizabeth to John Stephens 17 6 1826
Williams, Elizabeth to George Williams 9 10 1841
Williams, Ellen to Daniel Davies 30 9 1875
Williams, Emmeline to Frederick Trusler 19 4 1927
Williams, Frances to William Brown 16 1 1828
Williams, George to Alice Gough 8 10 1748
Williams, George to Elizabeth Williams 9 10 1841
Williams, Jason to Mary Hall 14 11 1857
Williams, Johanna to John Phillips 5 1 1782
Williams, Mabel to Arthur Brinn 7 4 1928
Williams, Margaret to John Jones 24 11 1744
Williams, Margaret to Thomas Esmond 26 9 1931
Williams, Mary to John Rees 17 2 1844
Williams, Priscilla to Thomas Thomas 9 9 1920
Williams, Thomas to Nancy John 9 6 1945
Williams, William to Elizabeth Williams 27 7 1786
Williams, William to Jane Howells 18 9 1808
Williams, Winifred to Arthur Boyett 31 1 1920
Wulff, Hans to Phoebe Richards 8 5 1948
Wyeth, Sydney to Morfydd Hunt 28 10 1939
Young, Mary to George Smyth 25 4 1805

 

St. Twynnells Church - Burial Register

 

 


Adams, Benjamin - bur. 3 5 1864 (age - 00)
Adams, Elizabeth - bur. 27 3 1876 (age - 8)
Adams, Jane - bur. 6 1 1872 (age - 86)
Adams, Jemima - bur. 23 2 1859 (age - 07)
Adams, William - bur. 10 1 1863 (age - 70)
Allen, Rebecca - bur. 3 9 1779 (age - )
Anon, - bur. 16 11 1847 (age - )
Anon, - bur. 28 1 1862 (age - )
Anon, - bur. 30 3 1867 (age - ?)
Baker, James - bur. 22 7 1828 (age - 65)
Baker, Stanley - bur. 26 12 1913 (age - 00)
Baker, William - bur. 9 2 1823 (age - 21)
Barnet, George - bur. 17 7 1758 (age - )
Barnet, Jessey - bur. 6 2 1837 (age - 3)
Barnet, Martha - bur. 16 6 1852 (age - 57)
Barsey, Elizabeth - bur. 5 4 1818 (age - 81)
Bateman, Judith - bur. 17 7 1738 (age - )
Bateman, Mary - bur. 7 8 1738 (age - 00)
Beal, Sarah - bur. 26 10 1815 (age - 37)
Benn?, John - bur. 17 3 1765 (age - )
Bevan, Anthony - bur. 13 10 1751 (age - 00)
Bevans, Nicolas - bur. 17 7 1769 (age - )
Bews, Elizabeth - bur. 8 6 1755 (age - )
Beynon, Ann - bur. 7 5 1950 (age - 73)
Beynon, Beatrice - bur. 1 12 1909 (age - 04)
Beynon, Joseph - bur. 15 4 1879 (age - 70)
Beynon, Martha - bur. 1 7 1888 (age - 39)
Beynon, Priscilla - bur. 30 4 1877 (age - 61)
Beynon, William - bur. 2 9 1831 (age - 00)
Beynon, William - bur. 30 1 1902 (age - 70)
Beynon, William - bur. 10 5 1941 (age - 64)
Bishop, Ann - bur. 1 9 1839 (age - 50)
Bowen, Elizabeth - bur. 9 11 1827 (age - 58)
Bowen, Emily - bur. 11 4 1889 (age - 00)
Bowen, John - bur. 29 7 1909 (age - 49)
Bowen, Thomas - bur. 26 11 1831 (age - 71)
Bowling, Elizabeth (widow) - bur. 21 3 1748 (age - )
Bowling, Frances - bur. 23 3 1822 (age - 50)
Bowling, Frances - bur. 16 6 1826 (age - 1)
Bowling, George - bur. 13 7 1852 (age - 80)
Bowling, Lewis - bur. 6 4 1776 (age - 00)
Bowling, Richard - bur. 10 6 1765 (age - 00)
Brown, Frances - bur. 7 6 1859 (age - 70)
Brown, Margaret - bur. 20 12 1837 (age - 6)
Bues?, Mary - bur. 7 6 1742 (age - 00)
Bushell, Fleur - bur. 10 9 1971 (age - 00)
Butler, Elizabeth - bur. 11 7 1862 (age - 37)
Butler, Frances - bur. 17 7 1869 (age - 13)
Butler, Margaret - bur. 24 4 1857 (age - 00)
Castelli, Eveline - bur. 4 10 1961 (age - 76)
Cocklind, John - bur. 27 4 1862 (age - 00)
Coghlan, John - bur. 10 6 1861 (age - 27)
Cole, Daniel - bur. 16 5 1842 (age - 1)
Cole, Eliza - bur. 13 8 1832 (age - 17)
Cole, Elizabeth - bur. 29 4 1885 (age - 89)
Cole, Esther - bur. 15 7 1858 (age - 24)
Cole, George - bur. 5 4 1858 (age - 20)
Cole, Glaldys - bur. 23 5 1985 (age - 71)
Cole, John - bur. 9 3 1892 (age - 91)
Cole, Lettitia - bur. 11 4 1854 (age - 13)
Cole, Thomas - bur. 4 7 1854 (age - 19)
Cole, William - bur. 12 5 1852 (age - 08)
Cole, William - bur. 5 4 1852 (age - 20)
Coleman, Barbara - bur. 9 8 1952 (age - 12)
Coleman, Charles - bur. 11 1 1985 (age - 76)
Coleman, Hilda - bur. 6 3 1972 (age - 57)
Cornick, Martha - bur. 1 10 1833 (age - 22)
Cornick, William - bur. 22 1 1834 (age - 1)
David, Edward - bur. 15 6 1757 (age - )
David, Elizabeth - bur. 7 5 1739 (age - )
David, William - bur. 19 4 1755 (age - 00)
Davies, Agnes - bur. 13 11 1973 (age - 71)
Davies, Ann - bur. 29 7 1821 (age - 8)
Davies, Arthur - bur. 29 8 1742 (age - )
Davies, Benjamin - bur. 9 9 1828 (age - 58)
Davies, Charles - bur. 30 4 1843 (age - 1)
Davies, Charles - bur. 24 11 1847 (age - 00)
Davies, Elizabeth - bur. 7 10 1849 (age - 81)
Davies, Elizabeth - bur. 5 9 1868 (age - 48)
Davies, Elizabeth - bur. 12 6 1874 (age - 40)
Davies, James - bur. 30 12 1865 (age - 00)
Davies, James - bur. 13 3 1872 (age - 81)
Davies, Jane - bur. 12 11 1825 (age - 55)
Davies, John - bur. 8 2 1845 (age - 18)
Davies, John - bur. 10 9 1849 (age - 00)
Davies, John - bur. 28 9 1861 (age - 00)
Davies, Joseph - bur. 3 11 1912 (age - 32)
Davies, Maria - bur. 4 1 1876 (age - 83)
Davies, Mary - bur. 2 11 1831 (age - 1)
Davies, Mary - bur. 20 9 1849 (age - 30)
Davies, Mary - bur. 12 12 1868 (age - 1)
Davies, Mary - bur. 19 4 1868 (age - 33)
Davies, Mary - bur. 29 9 1906 (age - 50)
Davies, Priscilla - bur. 21 11 1825 (age - 65)
Davies, Rachel - bur. 10 1 1828 (age - 95)
Davies, Reginald - bur. 16 1 1985 (age - 86)
Davies, Richard - bur. 23 5 1822 (age - 59)
Davies, Thomas - bur. 23 2 1859 (age - 00)
Davies, William - bur. 19 12 1815 (age - 15)
Davies, William - bur. 24 9 1850 (age - 51)
Davies, William - bur. 2 10 1869 (age - 62)
Davis, Louisa - bur. 16 12 1848 (age - 26)
Davis, Mabel - bur. 7 1 1863 (age - 00)
Davis, William - bur. 29 4 1865 (age - 61)
Dawkins, Ann - bur. 9 2 1754 (age - 00)
Dawkins, Peter - bur. 4 8 1753 (age - )
Dawkins, William - bur. 31 1 1770 (age - )
Daws, Judith - bur. 12 11 1739 (age - )
Dickinson, Eliza - bur. 15 7 1869 (age - 30)
Dogan, Thomas - bur. 26 1 1741 (age - 00)
Doggan, Eleanor - bur. 10 10 1770 (age - )
Dowly, John - bur. 27 1 1774 (age - )
Dubberlin, Mary - bur. 12 10 1840 (age - 71)
Dubberline, John - bur. 24 8 1834 (age - 64)
Duberling, Martha - bur. 7 5 1770 (age - )
Duggan, Elizabeth - bur. 9 2 1769 (age - )
Duggan, George - bur. 28 10 1185 (age - 00)
Duggan, Henry - bur. 6 4 1759 (age - )
Duggan, Jane - bur. 31 8 1853 (age - 80)
Duggan, William - bur. 18 11 1785 (age - )
Duggan?, Mary - bur. 15 4 1747 (age - 00)
Dunn, Frances w o John - bur. 24 6 1749 (age - )
Dyson, Frederick - bur. 10 7 1931 (age - 32)
Dyson, Thomas - bur. 20 11 1985 (age - 70)
Edmond, Elizabeth - bur. 8 6 1834 (age - 00)
Edwards, Elizabeth - bur. 28 12 1817 (age - 80)
Edwards, Harriet - bur. 21 10 1845 (age - 29)
Edwards, Hugh - bur. 22 11 1847 (age - 68)
Edwards, John - bur. 7 12 1845 (age - 00)
Edwards, Margaret - bur. 21 11 1825 (age - 1)
Edwards, Mary - bur. 8 2 1847 (age - 80)
Edwards, Thomas - bur. 5 4 1849 (age - 87)
Edwards, William - bur. 24 4 1845 (age - 1)
Elliston, Elizabeth - bur. 6 1 1862 (age - 61)
Elliston, James - bur. 31 1 1844 (age - 50)
Elliston, John - bur. 1 8 1832 (age - 4)
Evans, Abra - bur. 13 8 1787 (age - )
Evans, Abraham - bur. 12 10 1851 (age - 02)
Evans, Abraham - bur. 31 1 1861 (age - 71)
Evans, Alice - bur. 7 9 1867 (age - 86)
Evans, Anne - bur. 28 2 1855 (age - 66)
Evans, Eliza - bur. 25 5 1853 (age - 09)
Evans, Elizabeth - bur. 1 8 1768 (age - )
Evans, Evan - bur. 21 10 1850 (age - 87)
Evans, Frances - bur. 17 3 1823 (age - 21)
Evans, George - bur. 9 11 1830 (age - 77)
Evans, Hannah - bur. 20 4 1816 (age - 86)
Evans, James - bur. 2 7 1816 (age - 22)
Evans, James - bur. 30 6 1824 (age - 00)
Evans, James - bur. 18 10 1888 (age - 34)
Evans, Jane - bur. 27 9 1826 (age - 62)
Evans, John - bur. 21 7 1764 (age - )
Evans, Joseph - bur. 22 9 1868 (age - 73)
Evans, Maria - bur. 11 12 1832 (age - 52)
Evans, Mary - bur. 9 9 1838 (age - 30)
Evans, Samuel - bur. 24 3 1826 (age - 56)
Evans, Thomas - bur. 30 12 1852 (age - 02)
Evans, Wiliam - bur. 5 12 1858 (age - 53)
Evans, William - bur. 18 2 1847 (age - 1)
Evansd, John - bur. 26 11 1777 (age - )
Eynon, Henry? Mary? - bur. 1 6 1751 (age - )
Eynon, Tabitha - bur. 25 8 1765 (age - )
Eynon, Thomas - bur. 29 3 1748 (age - )
Eynon, Thomas - bur. 4 6 1763 (age - )
Eynon?, Thomas - bur. 10 4 1780 (age - )
Farmer, Henry - bur. 30 8 1814 (age - 65)
Ferrier, Philip - bur. 16 3 1745 (age - )
Ferrier?, Alice - bur. 14 4 1739 (age - )
Fortune, Elizabeth - bur. 9 10 1833 (age - 3)
Fortune, Thomas - bur. 8 4 1814 (age - 64)
Fowler, George - bur. 5 2 1774 (age - )
Francis, Annie - bur. 28 7 1960 (age - 92)
Francis, Florence - bur. 23 12 1963 (age - 69)
Francis, John - bur. 10 4 1940 (age - 74)
Furlong, Elizabeth - bur. 25 1 1841 (age - 85)
Furlong, James (infant) - bur. 1 12 1791 (age - 00)
Furlong, Rosanna - bur. 8 5 1868 (age - 78)
Furlong, Thomas - bur. 25 3 1838 (age - 48)
Furlong, William - bur. 14 3 1858 (age - 01)
Gibbs, Ann - bur. 5 3 1835 (age - 20)
Gibbs, John - bur. 30 12 1821 (age - 42)
Gibbs, Martha - bur. 4 1 1789 (age - )
Gibbs, Mary - bur. 27 10 1822 (age - 17)
Gibbs, Rees - bur. 9 11 1750 (age - )
Gough, Arthur - bur. 27 7 1911 (age - 21)
Gough, Elizabeth - bur. 26 3 1924 (age - 62)
Gough, Mary w o George - bur. 10 8 1741 (age - )
Gough, Maud - bur. 7 7 1979 (age - 70)
Gough, Peter - bur. 5 8 1934 (age - 72)
Gough, Thomas - bur. 6 6 1939 (age - 53)
Gough, Thomas - bur. 26 10 1982 (age - 78)
Gough, William - bur. 21 2 1974 (age - 66)
Griffith, Benjamin - bur. 5 3 1836 (age - 70)
Griffith, Elizabeth (widow) - bur. 4 5 1752 (age - )
Griffith, John - bur. 18 1 1830 (age - 90)
Griffith, Martha - bur. 16 7 1836 (age - 82)
Griffith, Mary - bur. 13 11 1773 (age - )
Griffith, Susanna - bur. 19 3 1766 (age - 00)
Griffith?, William - bur. 10 11 1742 (age - )
Griffiths, Alfred - bur. 27 7 1881 (age - 15)
Griffiths, Ann - bur. 10 3 1870 (age - 73)
Griffiths, Edith - bur. 11 1 1954 (age - 73)
Griffiths, Eliza - bur. 3 4 1878 (age - 00)
Griffiths, Elizabeth - bur. 12 8 1871 (age - 1)
Griffiths, George - bur. 27 10 1876 (age - 5)
Griffiths, Hannah - bur. 13 12 1842 (age - 67)
Griffiths, Hannah - bur. 22 8 1843 (age - 00)
Griffiths, James - bur. 15 1 1908 (age - 40)
Griffiths, John - bur. 27 3 1840 (age - 84)
Griffiths, John - bur. 11 10 1881 (age - 19)
Griffiths, Jonathan - bur. 19 6 1876 (age - 66)
Griffiths, Mary - bur. 14 4 1861 (age - 53)
Griffiths, Mary - bur. 17 4 1901 (age - 60)
Griffiths, Mary - bur. 11 5 1910 (age - 43)
Griffiths, Pierce - bur. 12 12 1928 (age - 84)
Griffiths, Richard - bur. 7 6 1883 (age - 52)
Griffiths, Roger - bur. 20 4 1740 (age - )
Griffiths, Sarah - bur. 8 2 1892 (age - 56)
Griffiths, Thomas - bur. 25 5 1874 (age - 75)
Griffiths, William - bur. 11 11 1861 (age - 00)
Griffths, George - bur. 23 10 1866 (age - 00)
Gwatkin, Ralph - bur. 10 12 1983 (age - 58)
Gwyther, George - bur. 9 4 1889 (age - 51)
Gwyther, George - bur. 12 8 1952 (age - 85)
Gwyther, Jane - bur. 27 6 1903 (age - 73)
Gwyther, Mary - bur. 24 1 1910 (age - 49)
Hall, Ann w o William - bur. 28 8 1757 (age - )
Hall, Elizabeth - bur. 10 12 1747 (age - 00)
Hall, Ellen - bur. 31 7 1893 (age - 00)
Hall, Griffith - bur. 16 10 1740 (age - 00)
Hall, Henry - bur. 29 1 1773 (age - )
Hall, Margaret - bur. 2 9 1776 (age - )
Hall, Margaret - bur. 23 9 1835 (age - 78)
Hall, Mary - bur. 24 11 1822 (age - 40)
Hall, Richard - bur. 23 2 1863 (age - 06)
Hall, William - bur. 1 5 1762 (age - )
Hall, William - bur. 2 6 1858 (age - 53)
Harries, Henry - bur. 6 5 1883 (age - 96)
Harries, John - bur. 25 2 1786 (age - 00)
Harries, John - bur. 29 6 1821 (age - 74)
Harries, Mary - bur. 18 1 1829 (age - 80)
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Woods, Elizabeth - bur. 12 8 1738 (age - 00)
Woods, John - bur. 18 5 1737 (age - )
Wright, John - bur. 2 6 1843 (age - 00)
Wright, Peter - bur. 31 5 1843 (age - 63)
Wright, William - bur. 17 12 1854 (age - 22)
Young, Jonathan - bur. 28 6 1840 (age - 15)
Young, Jonathan - bur. 6 11 1840 (age - 88)
Young, Mary - bur. 30 1 1819 (age - 00)
Young, Mary - bur. 7 5 1835 (age - 72)
Young, Mary - bur. 6 12 1939 (age - 16)

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Stackpole                    (Jottings)         984964

A quiet and very beautiful corner of Pembrokeshire, centred on the old Stackpole Estate. Stackpole Court has been demolished, but the little village that remains is full of character. The Estate is now owned by the National Trust, and its renovated buildings are being put to good use. The church is at Stackpole Elidor, just over half a mile away. Nearby are deep wooded valleys, the Bosherston Lily Ponds, the charming little harbour of Stackpole Quay, and the remote and lovely sandy beach of Barafundle Bay.

Earlier house was fortified and garrisoned for the King in the Civil War besieged 1644. It is said that the walls were so strong that the ordinance did but little execution but the Parliamentarians succeeded in making a breach and the small garrison surrendered after eight hours siege.

18c Stackpole Court : This mansion was  built in 1735- 54 on the undercroft of the earlier house.

Alexander Campbell heir to Cawdor Castle in Scotland married Elizabeth Lort, heiress to Stackpole Court.  Alexander was up at Cambridge with Elizabeth’s brother Gilbert Lort and used to stay at Stackpole for a night or two before taking ship up the west coast to Fort William. On one occasion he was storm bound for several weeks and romance blossomed.

Stackpole Elidor    St James & St Elidyr    Parish of Stackpole

The Church is noted for its effigies of the Stackpole and Lort families including a well preserved 14c one of Robert de Stackpole and one of his wife. It is sited at Stackpole  Elidor and has an Art nouveau lychgate with lead panels and cresting 1898 and a medieval preaching cross. The 13c cruciform design church with its tall tower was completely rebuilt 1851. Chapel with several effigies of Lort family 14c Knight and Lady Sir Elidyr de Stackpole?

5c Chantry altar slab with inscription   CAM....ORIS   FILI FANNVE

STACKPOLE ELIDOR (CHERITON)    St James & St Elidyr    SR 988974

There are transepts of c1300 with pointed tunnel-vaults and squints and the slightly later tower lies in an unusual position beyond the north transept. The south porch has a tunnel vault and the south chapel a rib-vault. In the chapel is a monument to Roger Lort, d1e13, an effigy of Margaret, wife of Richard Stackpole and two other 14th century female effigies, Richards own cross-legged effigy with a dog at his feet lies under a fine canopied tomb recess in the chancel north wall.

This benefice comprised a rectory as well as a vicarage. George Owen states that the rectory was a sinecure, and that both it and the vicarage were in 1594 appendant to the manor of Stackpole [Elidor]. - Owens Pem.

The church of Stackpole Elidor was founded by Elidox de Stackpole, who owned the manor of Stackpole, and lived in the early part of the 12th century. The manor remained in the possession of the Stackpole family until the death of Richard de Stackpole, the last of the male line of the Stackpoles of Stackpole, when the manor descended by the marriage of his heiress to Sir Richard Vernon of Harlaston, Stafford. It remained in the possession of the Vernon family till the death of George Vernon in 1567, when his coheiress Margaret, brought Stackpole as her dowry to Sir Thomas Stanley. - Old Pembroke Families p. 25-29.

The manor and advowson of Stackpole Elidor and also the manor and advowson of Stackpole Bosher [Bosherston], apparently continued in the possession of the Stanley family, as on 4 Dec., 1611, they were all purchased by Roger Lort and his son Harry, on 4 Dec., 1611, from Sir Edward Stanley, of Tonge Castle, Salop, Knt., and Sir Michael Hickes of Ruckholde, Essex, Knt. - Inq. P.M. of Roger Lort, 12 Jac. I. The Lort family held the manor till the death of Sir Gilbert Lort without issue in 1698, when it descended to his sister Elizabeth, who married Sir Alexander Campbell of Calder, the ancestor of the present Earl Cawdor.

Under the name Ecclesia Stak Elyder, this church was in 1291 assessed at £20 for tenths to the King, the sum payable being £2. - Taxatio.

Stackepole Glyder Rectoria. - Ecclesia ibidem ex presentacione domini ibidem unde Richardus Shirton clencus est rector habens mansionem et glebam. Et valent hujusmodi fructus per annum xvjll inde sol   ir ordinaria visitacione quolibet tercio anno xvjd. Et in visitacione archidiaconi pro procuracionibus et sinodalibus quolibet vs isd Et remanet clare £15 12s 11d, Inde decima 31s. 33d. - Valor Eccl.

Stakepole Glyder Vicaria. - Vicaria ibidem ex colla-cione dicti rectoris unde Henricus Griffin clericus ibi est vicarius habens vicariam et glebam et valet fructus in tercia parte divisa iiij  i. Inde sol   in visitacione ordinaria quolibet tercio anno iiijd ob. Et in sinodalibus et procura-cionibus archidiacono quolibet anno svijd Et remanet clare 78s. 2d. Inde decima 7s. 10d. - Valor Eccl.

Under the heading “Livings remaining in Charge”:- Stackpool Elider alias Cheriton R- (St James and St. Elidor), Sine Cure. Ordinario quolibet tertio anno, 1S. 4d. Archidiac. quolibet anno, Ss. gd. John Campbell, Esq., IX  15, 17I8; Pawlet, St. John, S.T.P., 1724; Johr Campbell, E,sq., 1733, 1749  66, 1780- King s Books, £15 12S. 11d. Yearly tenths, £1 11S. 3id. – Bacon’s Liber Regis.

Under the heading “Livings Discharged”:- Stack Elider alias Cheriton alias St. Elider V. (St. James). Ordinario quoibet tertio anno, 4d. Archidiac. quolibet attn, 1s. 5d. Habet gleb. and teIt. part. fruct. Rector ibidem Propr.; John Campbell, Esq., 1766. Clear yearly value £12. King’s Books, £3 18s, 4d. – Bacon’s Liber Regis.

The vicarage appears to have been merged in the rectory after the death of James Summers, the vicar instituted in 1814. The rectories of Stackpole Elidor and St. Petrox were united on 22 May(?), 1839, under an Order in Council.

The nave of the Church was completely rebuilt in 1851 on the old foundations plus all the windows plus the arches to the chancel and the transepts, font replaced, and the entrance doorway on the south side plus the porch. During the rebuilding a silver penny of Richard II was discovered. (1377-1399).

It would appear that the cottages that represented the medieval village of Stacpole were clustered around a cross. The cottagers were removed and the cottages allowed to fall into ruins, as they were mainly of culm their site has disappeared but the masonry base of the old cross 11feet square survived

1293

Inventory of the Goods of the Bishop of St David’s     1293   PRO KR   E154/1/48

STAKEPOL (Stackpole, Pembs.)

1 stack of wheat estimated at 22 cribs worth 112s. at 3s. 6d. per crib.

1 stack of beans and peas, with the peas in the grange, estimated at 5 cribs worth 15s. at 3s. per crib.

Estimated 30 cribs of barley worth £4.2.6. at 2s. 9d. per crib.

stack of oats estimated at 9 cribs worth 40s. 6d. at 4s. 6d. per crib.

Total £12. 10.0.

under Debts due to the Bishop

Rsd  de Stakpole owes £33  6s  8d

The dancing Stones of Stackpole:

3 stones 1 near Samson Farm,1 at Stackpole Warren and 1 in a field near Home Farm. Said to meet on one day a year and go down to the Rhyd Sair [Saxon ford] to dance. Some say the devil accompanies them on his flute.

1794 circa [St Petrox].

Extract from a Letter from Cha[rle]s Pigott Pritchett, rural dean of Pembroke, to William Stuart Bishop of St Davids .....

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

Church in Wales MS AD/AET 1209

1801 November 18 Stackpole court.

Lady C[aroline ] Cawdor to C[harles] F. Grenville

I am happy to tell you that Lord Cawdor is considerably better tonight than he was when I wrote you yesterday. The feverish symptoms are much abated and he is in much less pain from his bruises. The history of the business is this.

He heard last Sunday evening that a smuggling vessel was coming into Freshwater East to land her cargo of spirits. He and Mat, Dio and Hand set out after dinner and rode down to the sand.

The people, as soon as they saw them coming ran off leaving all their casks on the shore. Mat Campell sent Kenneth to fetch some carts, thinking there was an end of the business, but in the meantime before he could return with them, the people on board the vessel, having discovered how few their numbers were and that they were perfectly unarmed, returned on shore again in two boats in considerable numbers, seized all the casks, and took them back to the vessel. Lord C. and Matt. did not of course attempt to oppose them when the numbers were so unequal, and were returning home when they were attacked by some of these horrible desperate villains. Two of them fell upon Lord C., one armed with a great bludgeon, the other with a large poker with which he hit Lord C. a violent blow on his arm. Lord C. jumped off his horse and tried to catch hold of him, when another came behind and knocked him down with a blow on his head. In this situation, with both these men thumping him, it is most fortunate he was so little stunned as to be able to get up and twist the poker out of the mans hand, with which he hit one of them, and then they both ran away.

In the meantime Mat. was attacked by two others, and you know how little able he is to make much resistance. Hand and Dio, however, came to his assistance. They beat off one of the men and the other they secured and carried him to Roger’s house in Trewent. A short time after the house was surrounded by about thirty of the gang, people of the country armed with bludgeons, who immediately rescued their comrade.

Warrants are out for apprehending those men that are known but none are as yet taken. It was, to be sure, a most foolish business to think of going against smugglers without arms, and I trust they will act with more caution in future. I think it is most wonderful their escaping with their lives or at least without broken bones. Lord C. has been very ill in consequence; he kept his bed all day yesterday, and was twice blooded but, thank God, he is so much better tonight; I feel quite easy about him. Write and let me know how you do.

N.L.W. MS. 1352 B FF. 357 60.  Pembrokeshire life 1572 1843.

Stacpole Court demolished in 1950s.

[1] * in the Life of St. Teilo included in the Book of Llan Dav, the Saint is said to have

been known also as Eliud, and it is certain that all the Pembrokeshire churches dedicated to Elidyr lie within the district covered by Teilo’s activities. It is doubtful whether St. Elidyr ever existed and it is probable that the name is due to a scribe who finished off the form Elid with a flourish which was taken by a later copyist as the ordinary contraction for -er or or. At a still later date he appears in medieval genealogy as Sir Elidore, a knight of the holy sepulchre, and the stock-parent of a long line of Pembrokeshire families.

STACKPOLE - Mrs Mary Mirehouse.

Stacpoole Vernon. Stanley. Lort. Campbell.

Owners.

Sir Richard Stacpoole, knighted by William the Conqueror, married Margaret, daughter of Sir Richard Tuberville of Glamorgan, and lived at Stackpole, now called Stackpole Court, but not so in the older records. He was succeeded by his brother Robert, whose son, Sir William, married a daughter of Hywel ap Ithel, Lord of Roos, and commanded troops under King Stephen; he was defeated by King David in the Battle of the Standards in 1138.

William’s son, Sir Richard, married a daughter of Henry Vernon of Haddon, and his son was Sir Elidor, who went to the Crusades with King Richard I. in 1169, and whose tomb and effigy are in Cheriton Church. He married Elsbeth, daughter of Sessylt ap Llewellyn ap Mereddig, and their daughter, Elsbeth, became heiress of Stackpole. Elsbeth married    Sir Rhys, an old Knight of War; then followed Grufudd, then Rhys ap Grufudd (Welsh names introduced by the old Knight of War !), then a daughter, Sioned (or Joanet), who married William Vernon of Harliston in Staffordshire, son of Sir Richard Vernon. She died in 1368, and her son, Sir Richard Vernon, succeeded. He married Benedicta, sister and heiress of Sir Fulk Pemburge (?) of Pemburge Castle, and of Tong, in Staffordshire. He was living at Stackpole in 1400, but there is no trace of Vernons resident there later.

Then followed Sir William Vernon, Constable of England for life, he died 1467; then another Sir William, who married Margaret, daughter of Lord Ferrers, and was Lord of Haddon (Haddon Hall in Derbyshire). Then Sir Henry, Governor and Treasurer to Prince Arthur, son of Henry VII.; he fought at Bosworth Field in 1485. After him came Sir Richard, who died 1518; then Sir George, called “the King of the Peak”, from his extravagant hospitality.

He died 1565 and left two daughters, co-heiresses; of whom Dorothy eloped with Sir John Manners, son of the Duke of Rutland, and took Haddon as her portion, and Margaret married Sir Thomas Stanley, son of the Earl of Derby, and took Stackpole and Tong. She appointed as her steward at Stackpole, George Lort, son of John Lort of Knowlden, Staffordshire, who was born about 1530. He, in Lady Stanley’s lifetime, changed from steward to owner, probably by purchase.

George Lort’s son Roger, born about 1555, married Abertha, daughter of his father’s second wife, who was the widow of Hugh Bwrrw. Roger was Sheriff in 1607, and died 1613. There is a quaint verse on his tomb in the Memorial Chapel at Chenton Church:

Worne out with lingering sickness here I lye,

My body rather, whence my soul did Eye,

As out of prison to Heavens joyes,

Make these sure, reder, all things els are toyed.

Henley Lort succeeded in 1613, and was Sheriff in 1619. He had three sons: Roger, who succeeded to Stackpole, Henry, of Prickeston (now a farm on the Stackpole estate), and Sampson, of Eastmoor, Manorbier. Henry died in 1646, and Roger succeeded, who took a very leading part in the Parliamentary wars on Cromwells side; he was a most bitter opponent of Rowland Laugharne and John Poyer, the gallant defenders of Pembroke Castle in the great siege. They on one occasion caught Roger with White and others, at - Henllan, near Pwllcrochan, and besieged them there; but they contrived to escape. Roger was Sheriff in 1652, and was created Baronet by Charles II. in 1662; he died in 1664, and his son John succeeded, whose wife was Lady Susanna Holles, daughter of the Earl of Ware. Their only son, Gilbert, died in 1698, and his sister Elizabeth became heiress of Stackpole; she was then a widow, having married Sir Alexander Campbell of Calder, or Cawdor, in Nairnshire, in 1688, who had died in 1697. The eldest son of Sir Alexander Campbell and Elizabeth Lort, Gilbert, died young; the second, John, succeeded his mother at Stackpole, and his grandfather at Cawdor in 1716. He married Mary, daughter and co-heiress of Lewis Pryse of Gogerddan; he was Lord of the Admiralty and afterwards of the Treasury. He added to, and improved the mansion at Stackpole and made the library. His eldest son, Pryse, predeceased him, having married Sarah, daughter of Sir Edmund Bacon; their son John succeeded his grandfather in 1777. He married Lady Catherine Howard, daughter of the Earl of Carlisle, and was made Baron Cawdor of Castlemartin in 1796. He died in 1821, his son, John Frederick, was made Earl in 1827, and married Lady Elizabeth Thynne, daughter of the Marquess of Bath; he died in 1860. John Frederick Vaughan, his son, married Sarah Mary, daughter of General the Hon. Henry Compton Cavendish (she was Maid of Honour to Queen Victoria ); he died in 1898, and was succeeded by his son the third Earl.

Early 1800s John Campbell (later Lord Cawder) of Stackpole and John Mirehouse of Brownslade drained huge marshes and converted them into fruitful grain growing fields and improved the breeds of cattle and sheep.

PARISHANDPROPERTY                SURNAME                            FORENAMES

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Stackpole Bartland                                         Campbell                      John (owner)       

Stackpole Bartland                                         Leach                          James  (tenant)    

Stackpole Estate                                             Campbell                      John (owner)       

Stackpole Fuston Edw. Wade                        Campbell                      John (owner)       

Stackpole Glebe                                              Jones                                       James  (tenant)    

Stackpole Glebe                                              Prichard                       Rev W  (owner)     

Stackpole Marlodge                                        Campbell                      John (owner)       

Stackpole Marlodge                                        Saunders                     Benj. (tenant)     

Stackpole New Park                                        Campbell                      John (owner)       

Stackpole New Park                                        Furlong                        Abraham  (tenant)  

Stackpole North Smoky Dunghill                   Campbell                     John (owner)       

Stackpole North Smoky Dunghill                   Campbell                     John (tenant)      

Stackpole North Smoky Dunghill                   Furlong                        Abraham  (tenant)  

Stackpole Noton                                             Bevan                          Owen (tenant)      

Stackpole Noton                                             Owen                          Sir Hugh  (owner)  

Stackpole Part of Furston                               Campbell                     John (owner)       

Stackpole Part of Furston                               Saunders                     Benj. (tenant)     

Stackpole Rectors Tenth                                 Prichard                       Rev W   (owner)    

Stackpole Roweston                                       Campbell                     John (owner)       

Stackpole Roweston                                       Lock                            George  (tenant)   

Stackpole Stackpole Quay                              Campbell                     John (owner)       

Stackpole Stackpole Quay                              Thomas                        Richard (tenant)   

Stackpole Thrustle Mill                                   Campbell                     John (owner)       

Stackpole Thrustle Mill                                   Watkins                       Rich.d (tenant)    

Stackpole Trewent                                          Campbell                     John (owner)       

Stackpole Trewent                                          Griffith                        George  (tenant)   

Stackpole Trewent                                          Gwyther                      James  (tenant)    

Stackpole Trewent                                          Gwyther                      John (tenant)      

Stackpole Trewent                                          Owen                          Sir Hugh (owner)   

Stackpole Trewent                                          Rogers                         Griffith  (tenant) 

Stackpole Trewent                                          Voyle                          Elizabeth (tenant) 

Stackpole Vicars Glebe                                   Twyney                       Rev M  (owner)     

Stackpole Vicars Tenths                                 Twyney                       Rev M (owner)      

Stackpole WoodsEnd                                     Wade                           Edward  (tenant)   

Stackpole Woods End                                    Campbell                     John (owner)       

 

Hearth Tax

Ash                    John                1670            Stackepull        Pembrokeshire Hearth p                                                                              

Beavans             Nicholas          1670            Stackepull        Pembrokeshire Hearth p                                                                              Beavans             Nicholas          1670            Stackepull        Pembrokeshire Hearth p                                                                              Bowen               Walter              1670            Stackepull        Pembrokeshire Hearth p                                                                              

Burser              William             1670            Stackepull         Pembrokeshire Hearth h1                                                                            

Butler              Griffith               1670            Stackepull         Pembrokeshire Hearth h1                                                                            

Butler              Rice                    1670            Stackepull         Pembrokeshire Hearth p                                                                              

Butler              Richard               1670            Stackepull         Pembrokeshire Hearth h1                                                                            

Coale               Richard               1670            Stackepull         Pembrokeshire Hearth p                                                                             

Coale               John                     1670            Stackepull        Pembrokeshire Hearth p                                                                             

Coale               Richard               1670            Stackepull         Pembrokeshire Hearth h1                                                                             

Cradocke            John                 1670            Stackepull         Pembrokeshire Hearth p                                                                             

David               Evan                   1670            Stackepull         Pembrokeshire Hearth h1                                                                            

David               David                 1670            Stackepull         Pembrokeshire Hearth p                                                                              

George              William             1670            Stackepull         Pembrokeshire Hearth h2                                                                            

Griffith            Walter                1670            Stackepull          Pembrokeshire Hearth p                                                                             

Gudrich             Alice                 1670            Stackepull          Pembrokeshire Hearth h1                                                                             

Gwyn esq            William          1670            Stackepull           Pembrokeshire Hearths h6                                                                           

Gwyther             Edward            1670            Stackepull           Pembrokeshire Hearth h2                                                                            

Hill                David                    1670            Stackepull           Pembrokeshire Hearth p                                                                             

Hitching            Henry                1670            Stackepull           Pembrokeshire Hearth p                                                                              

Hitching            Robert               1670            Stackepull           Pembrokeshire Hearth p                                                                             

Howell              John                   1670            Stackepull           Pembrokeshire Hearth p                                                                             

Howell              John                   1670            Stackepull           Pembrokeshire Hearth h1                                                                             

Hughes              Richard             1670            Stackepull            Pembrokeshire Hearth p                                                                             

Jones               Richard                1670            Stackepull            Pembrokeshire Hearth p                                                                             

Jones               Alice                    1670            Stackepull            Pembrokeshire Hearth h1                                                                             

Jones               Richard                1670            Stackepull            Pembrokeshire Hearth p                                                                             

Jones               John                     1670            Stackepull            Pembrokeshire Hearth p                                                                             

Jones               William                1670            Stackepull            Pembrokeshire Hearth p                                                                             

Jones               John                      1670            Stackepull           Pembrokeshire Hearth p                                                                              

Lloyd               William                1670            Stackepull           Pembrokeshire Hearth h4                                                                            

Lort  esq           John                     1670            Stackepull          Pembrokeshire Hearth h1?                                                                           

Mathew              David                 1670            Stackepull           Pembrokeshire Hearth h1                                                                             

Meredith            Owen                  1670            Stackepull          Pembrokeshire Hearth p                                                                             

Meyricke            Phillip                1670            Stackepull           Pembrokeshire Hearth p                                                                             

Morgan              William              1670            Stackepull            Pembrokeshire Hearth p                                                                             

Murth               Water                   1670            Stackepull           Pembrokeshire Hearth p                                                                              

Murth               Nicholas              1670            Stackepull           Pembrokeshire Hearth p                                                                             

Murth               Thomas                1670            Stackepull          Pembrokeshiere Hearth p                                                                            

Nicholas            Francis                1670            Stackepull           Pembrokeshire Hearth h1                                                                             

Nicholas            Widdowe            1670            Stackepull           Pembrokeshire Hearth h1                                                                            

Owens               john                    1670            stackepull            Pembrokeshire Hearth h1                                                                            

Phillip             John                      1670            Stackepull            Pembrokeshire Hearth h1                                                                             

Phillips            Jenkin                  1670            Stackepull             Pembrokeshire Hearth p                                                                              

Poyer               Rice                     1670            Stackepull             Pembrokeshire Hearth p                                                                             

Proute              John                     1670            Stackepull             Pembrokeshire Hearth h1                                                                            

Proute              Thomas                1670            Stackepull            Pembrokeshire Hearth h1                                                                             

Purser              William                1670            Stackepull            Pembrokeshire Hearths p                                                                            

Richard             Henry                  1670            Stackepull            Pembrokeshire Hearth p                                                                             

Rogers              William               1670            Stackepull           Pembrokeshire Hearths h1                                                                            

Rowe                Thomas                1670            Stackepull          Pembrokeshire Hearth p                                                                             

Rowe                David                   1670            Stackepull           Pembrokeshire Hearth p                                                                             

Thomas              John                   1670            Stackepull            Pembrokeshire Hearth h1                                                                            

Watkin              John                    1670            Stackepull            Pembrokeshire Hearth p                                                                              

William             George                1670            Stackepull            Pembrokeshire Hearth p                                                                             

Williams            James                 1670            Stackepull             Pembrokeshire Hearth p     

 

Clergy.

Middleton    Rice    1618 Mar    Stackpole    rector

Owen                          George                        1676 Jun 9      Stackpole   rector

de Bergeveney            William                        1343                Stackpole  rector

Griffith                        John                             1510                Stackpole  rector

Shirton                        Richard                       1522 May 7      Stackpole  rector

Latymer                William    1536  Jan 27    Stackpole  rector

Smyth               Edmund                      1607            Stackpole rector

 Dolben William 1616 Stackpole rector

 Prichard Thomas 1631 Oct 8 Stackpole rector

 Lloyd William 1671 Jun 15 Stackpole rector

 Meyrick Edmund 1675 Jul 10 Stackpole rector

 Phillipps David 1691 Jan 29 Stackpole rector

 Brookes Philip 1715 Jun1 Stackpole rector

 St John Pawlet 1718 Nov 3 Stackpole rector

 Lowther Richard 1732 May31 Stackpole rector

 Rowe Henry 1749 Aug 18 Stackpole rector

 Pritchett Charles Pigot1780 Jun 22 Stackpole rector

 Jones Johns 1813 Dec 7 Stackpole rector
Leach Francis George 1832 Feb 3 Stackpole rector

 BrownJames Edward 1876Jul 21 Stackpole rector

 EdmondesCharles Gresford 1892Stackpole rector

 Pollock Charles Richard 1893Oct 30 Stackpole rector

 Hamilton Francis R A 1895 Oct 19 Stackpole rector

 Davies John 1907 Apr 3 Stackpole rector

 Roderick Edward Thomas 1912 Dec 31 Stackpole rector

 Coke John 1511 Stackpole vicar

 Philip John 1511 Mar 11 Stackpole vicar

 Griffith Henry 1534 Stackpole vicar

 Pyrrie Philip 1554 May 9 Stackpole vicar

 George William 1637 Oct 14 Stackpole vicar

 Hitching Thomas 1673 Apr 4 Stackpole vicar

 Rowe Henry 1724 Jul 11 Stackpole vicar

 Twynyng Benjamin 1766 Jan 10 Stackpole vicar

 Prichard Charles Pigot 1807 Jul 1 Stackpole vicar

 Summers James 1814 Jan 4 Stackpole vicar

 Castell 1543 Stacpull Churchwarden

 Remond 1543 Stacpull Churchwarden

 

Stackpole Elidor Church - Baptism Register.

?, John - bap. 9 12 1759 (par. - Lewis & Anne)
Abraham, Abraham - bap. 24 3 1787 (par. - Mary)
Adams, Alexander - bap. 4 4 1772 (par. - Joseph & Elizabeth)
Adams, Ann - bap. 11 12 1836 (par. - George & Elizabeth)
Adams, Eliza - bap. 31 12 1843 (par. - George & Elizabeth)
Adams, Elizabeth - bap. 1 8 1841 (par. - George & Elizabeth)
Adams, George - bap. 15 3 1835 (par. - George & Elizabeth)
Adams, John - bap. 7 1 1776 (par. - Joseph & Mary)
Adams, John - bap. 1 8 1841 (par. - George & Elizabeth)
Adams, John - bap. 6 10 1843 (par. - John & Eliza)
Adams, Joseph - bap. 3 6 1826 (par. - William & Jane)
Adams, Martha - bap. 31 3 1833 (par. - George & Elizabeth)
Adams, Martha - bap. 25 5 1845 (par. - John & Eliza)
Adams, Mary - bap. 25 10 1846 (par. - John & Eliza)
Adams, Sarah - bap. 21 10 1781 (par. - Joshua & Mary)
Adams, Sarah - bap. 11 9 1831 (par. - George & Elizabeth)
Adams, Sarah - bap. 25 12 1891 (par. - John & Phoebe)
Adams, William - bap. 12 10 1792 (par. - Joseph & Mary)
Ainsworth, Thomas Rhys - bap. 30 11 1991 (par. - David & Susan)
Ainsworth, William David John - bap. 30 11 1991 (par. - David & Susan)
Anderssohn, Alathea - bap. 12 6 1953 (par. - Willy & Gwendoline)
Anderssohn, Martin - bap. 30 10 1955 (par. - Willy & Gwendoline)
Andrews, Delia - bap. 2 11 1951 (par. - Paul & Hope)
Baker, Deborah - bap. 25 4 1973 (par. - Derek & Karen)
Baker, Rachel - bap. 25 4 1975 (par. - Derek & Karen)
Barnes, Nicola - bap. 29 12 1968 (par. - Alan & Elizabeth)
Barnes, Suzanne - bap. 16 4 1972 (par. - Alan & Elizabeth)
Barr, Elizabeth - bap. 1 12 1963 (par. - John & Doreen)
Bateman, Ann - bap. 17 11 1948 (par. - Gwendoline)
Bateman, Arthur - bap. 25 7 1915 (par. - Thomas & Mary)
Bateman, Arthur - bap. 12 11 1933 (par. - Arthur & Margaret)
Bateman, Brian - bap. 5 4 1947 (par. - Leslie & Amy)
Bateman, Brinley - bap. 25 10 1953 (par. - Leslie & Amy)
Bateman, David - bap. 8 3 1940 (par. - Gwendoline)
Bateman, Edward - bap. 5 3 1854 (par. - Thomas & Elizabeth)
Bateman, George - bap. 7 3 1945 (par. - Doris)
Bateman, Gladys - bap. 28 9 1913 (par. - Thomas & Mary)
Bateman, Gwendoline - bap. 28 10 1917 (par. - Thomas & Mary)
Bateman, Ian - bap. 8 3 1944 (par. - Gwendoline)
Bateman, John - bap. 26 4 1952 (par. - Doris)
Bateman, Josephine - bap. 18 6 1940 (par. - Gwendoline)
Bateman, Joyce - bap. 15 7 1928 (par. - Arthur & Margaret)
Bateman, Judith - bap. 5 4 1954 (par. - Doris)
Bateman, Margaret - bap. 24 8 1919 (par. - Thomas & Mary)
Bateman, Margaret - bap. 11 2 1941 (par. - Gwendoline)
Bateman, Pauline - bap. 26 4 1951 (par. - Doris)
Bateman, Philip - bap. 21 5 1940 (par. - Arthur & Margaret)
Bateman, Richard - bap. 26 10 1944 (par. - Nancy)
Bee, Julia - bap. 11 6 1958 (par. - Walter & Catherine)
Bennion, Patricia - bap. 20 2 1943 (par. - John & Marjorie)
Bevans, Abraham - bap. 8 8 1725 (par. - Henry & Margaret)
Bevans, Abraham - bap. 7 5 1732 (par. - John & Mary)
Bevans, Anne - bap. 24 10 1740 (par. - John & Anne)
Bevans, Anne - bap. 28 5 1750 (par. - Owen & Alice)
Bevans, Elizabeth - bap. 24 12 1820 (par. - thomas & Martha)
Bevans, James - bap. 16 12 1820 (par. - William & Margaret)
Bevans, John - bap. 28 11 1756 (par. - Owen & Alice)
Bevans, John - bap. 27 7 1817 (par. - William & Margaret)
Bevans, Margaret - bap. 30 5 1828 (par. - Thomas & Martha)
Bevans, Martha - bap. 1823 (par. - Thomas & Martha)
Bevans, Mary - bap. 15 5 1748 (par. - Owen & Alice)
Bevans, Mary - bap. 29 4 1821 (par. - Thomas & Martha)
Bevans, Melissa - bap. 17 8 1980 (par. - Paul & Angela)
Bevans, Sarah - bap. 29 6 1825 (par. - Thomas & Martha)
Bevans, Thomas - bap. 18 7 1736 (par. - John & Mary)
Bevans, Thomas - bap. 30 5 1828 (par. - Thomas & Martha)
Beynon, Alice - bap. 25 5 1867 (par. - William & Martha)
Beynon, Bridget - bap. 7 11 1824 (par. - John & Barbara)
Beynon, Eliza - bap. 21 2 1835 (par. - Richard & Rebecca)
Beynon, Elizabeth - bap. 18 12 1825 (par. - John & Barbara)
Beynon, Elizabeth - bap. 10 11 1867 (par. - George & Ann)
Beynon, George - bap. 20 8 1809 (par. - Abraham & Jane? (Mary?))
Beynon, George - bap. 27 10 1830 (par. - John & Barbara)
Beynon, George - bap. 14 3 1869 (par. - William & Martha)
Beynon, James - bap. 31 5 1853 (par. - Mary)
Beynon, James - bap. 28 8 1854 (par. - Mary)
Beynon, John - bap. 1809 (par. - John & Barbara)
Beynon, John - bap. 3 3 1832 (par. - Richard & Rebecca)
Beynon, Lilian - bap. 10 5 1914 (par. - Thomas & Maria)
Beynon, Margaret - bap. 19 11 1820 (par. - Richard & Rebecca)
Beynon, Margaretta - bap. 25 2 1874 (par. - William & Hester)
Beynon, Mary - bap. 17 5 1818 (par. - Richard & Rebecca)
Beynon, Mary - bap. 23 8 1818 (par. - James & Elizabeth)
Beynon, Mary - bap. 2 12 1821 (par. - John & Barbara)
Beynon, Mary - bap. 6 1 1866 (par. - William & Martha)
Beynon, Mary - bap. 31 8 1871 (par. - George & Ann)
Beynon, Rebecca - bap. 20 11 1825 (par. - Richard & Rebecca)
Beynon, Richard - bap. 17 1 1830 (par. - Richard & Rebecca)
Beynon, Richard - bap. 8 11 1836 (par. - Richard & Rebecca)
Beynon, Terence - bap. 16 2 1944 (par. - Robert & Gwendoline)
Beynon, Thomas - bap. 21 4 1816 (par. - Richard & Rebecca)
Beynon, William - bap. 6 7 1828 (par. - John & Barbara)
Beynon, William - bap. 1 5 1879 (par. - William & Esther)
Black, Patrick - bap. 30 3 1984 (par. - David & Francine)
Bokhoff, Jade - bap. 5 11 1977 (par. - ? & Doris)
Bonnalie, Martha - bap. 2 6 1857 (par. - Hugh & Frances)
Boulsher, ? (daughter) - bap. 20 2 1735 (par. - Daniel & Jone)
Boulsher, Mary - bap. 27 4 1747 (par. - Daniel & Jone)
Boulsher, Stephen - bap. 20 2 1751 (par. - Daniel & Jone)
Bowen, ? (daughter) - bap. 26 9 1769 (par. - Abraham & Hannah)
Bowen, Alice - bap. 3 9 1738 (par. - Thomas & Elizabeth)
Bowen, Alice - bap. 28 2 1830 (par. - Mary Bowen)
Bowen, Angela - bap. 21 2 1953 (par. - William & Elsie)
Bowen, Dilys - bap. 3 4 1931 (par. - James & Elizabeth)
Bowen, Eliza - bap. 23 4 1832 (par. - John & Elizabeth)
Bowen, Elizabeth - bap. 1800 (par. - William & Catherine)
Bowen, Elizabeth - bap. 3 2 1822 (par. - John & Alice)
Bowen, Elizabeth - bap. 28 1 1834 (par. - Owen & Martha)
Bowen, Elizabeth - bap. 1 10 1854 (par. - John & Mary)
Bowen, Harold - bap. 29 1 1922 (par. - George & Nellie)
Bowen, Henry - bap. 24 2 1811 (par. - Mary)
Bowen, Jane - bap. 30 7 1967 (par. - Ronald & Brenda)
Bowen, Jennifer - bap. 19 5 1963 (par. - Ronald & Brenda)
Bowen, John - bap. 6 9 1767 (par. - Jonas & Mary Bartlett)
Bowen, John - bap. 19 8 1781 (par. - Abraham & Hannah)
Bowen, Jonathan - bap. 30 7 1967 (par. - Ronald & Brenda)
Bowen, Keith - bap. 14 8 1960 (par. - Ronald & Brenda)
Bowen, Kenneth - bap. 5 10 1930 (par. - James & Elizabeth)
Bowen, Leslie - bap. 13 3 1938 (par. - James & Elizabeth)
Bowen, Margaret - bap. 10 5 1801 (par. - John & Alice)
Bowen, Mary - bap. 3 12 1826 (par. - Mary Bowen)
Bowen, Mary - bap. 29 7 1900 (par. - John & Sarah)
Bowen, Rebecca - bap. 31 5 1772 (par. - Abraham & Hannah)
Bowen, Rebecca - bap. 23 1 1842 (par. - James & Elizabeth)
Bowen, Richard - bap. 19 8 1956 (par. - Kenneth & Sheila)
Bowen, Richard - bap. 12 1 1957 (par. - Ronald & Brenda)
Bowen, Ronald - bap. 24 3 1929 (par. - ronald & Elizabeth)
Bowen, Thomas - bap. 6 3 1735 (par. - Thomas & Elizabeth)
Bowen, Thomas - bap. 5 9 1909 (par. - William & Mary)
Bowen, William - bap. 20 11 1774 (par. - Abraham & Hannah)
Bowen, William - bap. 29 7 1900 (par. - John & Sarah)
Bowen, William - bap. 20 1 1907 (par. - William & Mary)
Bowen, William - bap. 2 5 1926 (par. - James & Elizabeth)
Bowling, Patricia - bap. 28 7 1920 (par. - William & Constance)
Bowlshar, Anne - bap. 11 11 1739 (par. - Daniel & Jone)
Brace, Brian - bap. 16 3 1949 (par. - George & Annie)
Brace, David - bap. 23 8 1944 (par. - George & Annie)
Brace, Jean - bap. 21 1 1947 (par. - George & Annie)
Brace, Mary - bap. 1795 (par. - Isaac & Elizabeth)
Brackpool, Emma - bap. 24 9 1988 (par. - David & Lorna)
Brackpool, Zoe Mary - bap. 26 1 1991 (par. - David & Lorna)
Bradstock, Clare - bap. 26 9 1970 (par. - Michael & Patricia)
Brash, Andrew - bap. 26 8 1954 (par. - Frederick & Mary)
Brash, Karen - bap. 25 1 1952 (par. - Frederick & Mary)
Brash, Robin - bap. 15 12 1956 (par. - Frederick & Mary)
Brash, Timothy - bap. 5 7 1959 (par. - Frederick & Mary)
Brixton, Dorothy - bap. 8 2 1920 (par. - James & Annie)
Brooks, Adam - bap. 4 8 1833 (par. - Adam & Anne)
Brooks, Anne - bap. 29 11 1829 (par. - Adam & Anne)
Brooks, Elizabeth - bap. 23 4 1820 (par. - Adam & Ann)
Brooks, Elizabeth - bap. 9 10 1836 (par. - Mary Brooks)
Brooks, Hester - bap. 29 7 1827 (par. - Adam & Anne)
Brooks, John - bap. 21 9 1817 (par. - Adam & Ann)
Brooks, Margaretta - bap. 20 11 1825 (par. - Adam & Anne)
Brooks, Martha - bap. 4 8 1822 (par. - Adam & Anne)
Brooks, Thomas - bap. 21 2 1836 (par. - Adam & Ann)
Brooks, William - bap. 12 12 1824 (par. - Adam & Anne)
Brown, Anne - bap. 31 3 1811 (par. - Joseph & Mary)
Brown, Constance - bap. 29 8 1886 (par. - James & Harriet)
Brown, Ester - bap. 22 5 1808 (par. - Joseph & Mary)
Brown, Hilda - bap. 3 12 1880 (par. - James & Harriet)
Brown, James - bap. 1 1 1806 (par. - Joseph & Mary)
Brown, Norah - bap. 13 4 1884 (par. - James & Harriet)
Brown, Philip - bap. 6 7 1879 (par. - James & Harriet)
Brown, Thomas - bap. 1 1 1806 (par. - Joseph & Mary)
Brown, Winifred - bap. 26 11 1882 (par. - James & Harriet)
Browne, James - bap. 30 6 1829 (par. - George & Mary)
Bullivant, Tomas James - bap. 24 3 1991 (par. - Trevor & Yvonne)
Bumstead, Anita - bap. 1 10 1944 (par. - Charles & Freda)
Bunch, Sarah - bap. 15 5 1877 (par. - Samuel & Mary)
Callan, Peter - bap. 2 6 1963 (par. - Clifford & Josephine)
Callan, Richard - bap. 18 8 1968 (par. - Clifford & Josephine)
Campbell, Alexander - bap. 30 9 1855 (par. - John & Sarah)
Campbell, Caroline - bap. 17 7 1930 (par. - John & Wilma)
Campbell, Ronald - bap. 5 2 1849 (par. - John & Sarah)
Campbell, Rosemary - bap. 31 7 1921 (par. - Ralph & Marjorie)
Candlish, Isabella - bap. 17 5 1880 (par. - James & Kathleen)
Candlish, Jessie - bap. 5 5 1876 (par. - James & Kathleen)
Canton, Alan - bap. 11 8 1946 (par. - Thomas & Clytha)
Canton, Annie - bap. 12 6 1880 (par. - John & Margaret)
Canton, Charles - bap. 28 5 1865 (par. - William & Martha)
Canton, Cyril - bap. 12 3 1922 (par. - John & Lilian)
Canton, David - bap. 6 8 1950 (par. - Thoams & Clytha)
Canton, Deryck - bap. 3 7 1927 (par. - thomas & Martha)
Canton, Dorothy - bap. 30 12 1923 (par. - John & Lilian)
Canton, Edith - bap. 6 7 1927 (par. - John & Lilian)
Canton, Elizabeth - bap. 18 1 1863 (par. - William & Martha)
Canton, George - bap. 31 7 1870 (par. - William & Martha)
Canton, George - bap. 12 5 1881 (par. - William & Mary)
Canton, Gwenneth - bap. 23 4 1916 (par. - John & Lilian)
Canton, Harriet - bap. 30 3 1873 (par. - William & Martha)
Canton, Harriet - bap. 23 11 1879 (par. - William & Mary)
Canton, Henry - bap. 2 3 1930 (par. - John & Lilian)
Canton, Isaac - bap. 25 2 1935 (par. - John & Lilian)
Canton, James - bap. 20 10 1878 (par. - William & Mary)
Canton, Jean - bap. 2 6 1946 (par. - Ronald & Seline)
Canton, John - bap. 27 1 1861 (par. - William & Martha)
Canton, John - bap. 29 3 1868 (par. - William & Martha)
Canton, John - bap. 2 5 1875 (par. - John & Margaret)
Canton, Lewis - bap. 24 5 1875 (par. - William & Martha)
Canton, Margaret - bap. 31 5 1900 (par. - Isaac & Sarah)
Canton, Mary - bap. 2 1 1859 (par. - William & Martha)
Canton, Mary - bap. 17 12 1876 (par. - William & Mary)
Canton, Nora - bap. 21 2 1926 (par. - John & Lilian)
Canton, Ronald - bap. 31 8 1913 (par. - Thomas & Martha)
Canton, Sallyanne - bap. 1 2 1975 (par. - David & Rhiannon)
Canton, Sidney - bap. 30 8 1914 (par. - John & Lilian)
Canton, Thomas - bap. 14 3 1920 (par. - John & Lilian)
Canton, William - bap. 21 12 1800 (par. - John & Elizabeth)
Canton, William - bap. 18 7 1841 (par. - William & Mary)
Canton, William - bap. 27 7 1873 (par. - William & Martha)
Canton, William - bap. 8 5 1898 (par. - William & Martha)
Canton, William - bap. 31 3 1918 (par. - John & Lilian)
Castle, Henry - bap. 18 4 1762 (par. - Henry & Rachel)
Castle, William - bap. 30 9 1764 (par. - Henry & Rachel)
Castle?, Henry - bap. 18 12 1759 (par. - Henry & Rachel)
Childs, Euros - bap. 21 8 1975 (par. - Robert & Lynn)
Clark, Deborah - bap. 5 5 1956 (par. - Douglas & Ann)
Clark, Douglas - bap. 17 10 1932 (par. - William & Dorothy)
Clark, Richard - bap. 1 3 1935 (par. - William & Dorothy)
Cod, Mary - bap. 3 3 1727 (par. - John & Mary)
Cod, Sarah - bap. 3 3 1751 (par. - Griffith & Elizabeth)
Codd, John - bap. 5 5 1754 (par. - Griffith & Elizabeth)
Cole, Ann - bap. 23 3 1851 (par. - Benjamin & Ann)
Cole, Barbara - bap. 4 3 1923 (par. - Thomas & Dorothy)
Cole, Dorothy - bap. 25 5 1924 (par. - Thomas & Dorothy)
Cole, Elizabeth - bap. 31 8 1853 (par. - William & Mary)
Cole, Iris - bap. 23 8 1927 (par. - Gladys Cole)
Cole, John - bap. 24 4 1825 (par. - George & Anne)
Cole, John - bap. 29 2 1880 (par. - Thomas & Ann)
Cole, Leonard - bap. 27 10 1929 (par. - Thomas & Dorothy)
Cole, Leslie - bap. 19 8 1926 (par. - Thomas & Dorothy)
Cole, Mary - bap. 28 2 1877 (par. - Benjamin & Margaret)
Cole, Robert - bap. 7 5 1882 (par. - Thomas & Ann)
Cole, Sarah - bap. 3 4 1853 (par. - Benjamin & Ann)
Colins, Anne - bap. 8 12 1754 (par. - William & Margaret)
Colins, James - bap. 9 3 1806 (par. - James & Elizabeth)
Colins, John - bap. 18 8 1751 (par. - William & Margaret)
Collins, Elizabeth - bap. 12 2 1804 (par. - James & Mary)
Cook, James - bap. 2 11 1788 (par. - John & Margaret)
Cook, John - bap. 27 4 1794 (par. - John & Margaret)
Cook, Mary - bap. 17 10 1790 (par. - John & Margaret)
Cosher, Benjamin - bap. 19 2 1769 (par. - Edward & Anne)
Cosher, Mary - bap. 15 6 1777 (par. - Edward & Anne)
Cosher, William - bap. 9 2 1772 (par. - Edward & Anne)
Cosker, ? - bap. 26 4 1767 (par. - edward & Anne)
Cosker, Elizabeth - bap. 20 3 1737 (par. - Richard & Mary)
Cosker, Elizabeth - bap. 28 10 1764 (par. - Edward & Anne)
Cosker, John - bap. 30 1 1734 (par. - Richard & Mary)
Cosker, Richard - bap. 28 7 1743 (par. - Richard & Mary)
Cosker, Thomas - bap. 7 12 1736 (par. - Richard & Mary)
Courtney, Alastair Nicholas - bap. 6 4 1991 (par. - Robin & Julie)
Courtney, Russell Simon - bap. 31 10 1992 (par. - Robin & Julie)
Cousins, George - bap. 28 6 1772 (par. - William & Jane)
Cousins, Lucy - bap. 15 7 1906 (par. - John & Mary)
Cousins, Thomas - bap. 9 10 1904 (par. - John & Mary)
Cousins, William - bap. 2 2 1902 (par. - John & Mary)
Cousins, William - bap. 8 5 1911 (par. - John & Mary)
Cow, Janet - bap. 20 4 1947 (par. - William & Rosalie)
Cuthbert, Emily - bap. 20 9 1864 (par. - Samuel & Mary)
Cuthbert, Sarah - bap. 7 9 1867 (par. - Samuel & Mary)
Cutts, Brian - bap. 24 5 1971 (par. - Robert & Patricia)
Cutts, Elizabeth - bap. 24 5 1980 (par. - Robert & Elizabeth)
Cutts, Richard - bap. 24 5 1973 (par. - Robert & Patricia)
David, Dinah - bap. 21 10 1744 (par. - John & Martha)
David, Elizabeth - bap. 10 1 1730 (par. - John & Martha)
David, Elizabeth - bap. 3 6 1770 (par. - William & Mary)
David, George - bap. 13 1 1733 (par. - John & Jane)
David, Henry - bap. 11 10 1747 (par. - John & Martha)
David, John - bap. 1 6 1729 (par. - John & Jane)
David, John - bap. 3 8 1740 (par. - Thomas & Elizabeth)
David, John - bap. 19 9 1742 (par. - John & Mary)
David, John - bap. 23 3 1742 (par. - Mary David single)
David, John - bap. 9 9 1764 (par. - William & Elizabeth)
David, John - bap. 8 1 1792 (par. - John & Elizabeth)
David, Margaret - bap. 7 8 1737 (par. - Thomas & Elizabeth)
David, Martha - bap. 1 2 1789 (par. - John & Elizabeth)
David, Mary - bap. 27 3 1735 (par. - Thomas & Elizabeth)
David, Paul - bap. 26 1 1736 (par. - John & Jane)
David, Phebe - bap. 5 3 1798 (par. - John & Elizabeth)
David, Sarah - bap. 27 6 1725 (par. - Hugh & Martha)
David, Squire - bap. 20 3 1747 (par. - Thomas & Elizabeth)
David, Susanna - bap. 3 3 1744 (par. - John & Mary)
David, Thomas - bap. 29 8 1731 (par. - John & Jane)
David, Thomas - bap. 8 9 1734 (par. - John & Martha)
Davies, Ada - bap. 7 2 1892 (par. - James & Ann)
Davies, Ailsa - bap. 6 12 1953 (par. - Ronald & Ann)
Davies, Alison - bap. 13 6 1964 (par. - John & Ivy)
Davies, Ann - bap. 28 7 1833 (par. - William & Ann)
Davies, Ann - bap. 17 7 1859 (par. - Benjamin & Martha)
Davies, Anne - bap. 11 2 1781 (par. - John & Elizabeth)
Davies, Benjamin - bap. 6 5 1821 (par. - Margaret Davies)
Davies, Benjamin - bap. 14 2 1858 (par. - Benjamin & Ruth)
Davies, David - bap. 1912 (par. - John & Mabel)
Davies, Elizabeth - bap. 16 3 1813 (par. - William & Elizabeth)
Davies, Elizabeth - bap. 1 10 1854 (par. - George & Mary)
Davies, Elizabeth - bap. 13 3 1875 (par. - James & Ann)
Davies, Elizabeth - bap. 24 8 1893 (par. - Hugh & Emma)
Davies, Emma - bap. 29 9 1974 (par. - John & Susan)
Davies, Fanny - bap. 21 8 1839 (par. - George & Mary)
Davies, Henry - bap. 28 5 1888 (par. - James & Ann)
Davies, Hugh - bap. 7 3 1937 (par. - Thomas & Maisie)
Davies, James - bap. 17 12 1789 (par. - Benjamin & Letitia)
Davies, James - bap. 12 9 1813 (par. - James & Mary)
Davies, James - bap. 1 1 1882 (par. - James & Ann)
Davies, James - bap. 15 8 1897 (par. - William & Edith)
Davies, James - bap. 3 7 1938 (par. - Stanley & Florence)
Davies, Jane - bap. 31 3 1754 (par. - Stephen & Mary)
Davies, Jennie - bap. 6 3 1933 (par. - )
Davies, John - bap. 18 6 1749 (par. - Staphen & Mary)
Davies, John - bap. 5 6 1787 (par. - John & Elizabeth)
Davies, John - bap. 2 1 1806 (par. - William & Elizabeth)
Davies, John - bap. 18 3 1884 (par. - James & Ann)
Davies, John - bap. 3 7 1977 (par. - Richard & Susan)
Davies, Jonathan - bap. 2 1 1976 (par. - John & Susan)
Davies, Katharin - bap. 14 4 1974 (par. - Richard & Susan)
Davies, Kathleen - bap. 7 1 1933 (par. - James & Winifred)
Davies, Lewis - bap. 1909 (par. - Isaac & Elizabeth)
Davies, Lisa - bap. 5 8 1962 (par. - John & Ivy)
Davies, Margaret - bap. 1 7 1877 (par. - James & Ann)
Davies, Martha - bap. 18 12 1853 (par. - Benjamin & Elizabeth)
Davies, Mary - bap. 2 1 1806 (par. - William & Elizabeth)
Davies, Mary - bap. 28 4 1839 (par. - William & Mary)
Davies, Mary - bap. 6 8 1843 (par. - Benjamin & Elizabeth)
Davies, Mary - bap. 3 9 1871 (par. - James & Ann)
Davies, Richard - bap. 24 10 1863 (par. - Bwenjamin & Martha)
Davies, Robert - bap. 3 7 1825 (par. - James & Mary)
Davies, Robert - bap. 17 10 1976 (par. - David & Margaret)
Davies, Ronald - bap. 28 11 1911 (par. - John & Mabel)
Davies, Sarah - bap. 29 11 1840 (par. - John & Sarah)
Davies, Stephen - bap. 30 7 1811 (par. - William & Elizabeth)
Davies, Stephen - bap. 8 1 1978 (par. - William & Sheila)
Davies, Thomas - bap. 15 3 1752 (par. - Stephen & Mary)
Davies, Thomas - bap. 12 2 1845 (par. - John & Ann)
Davies, Thomas - bap. 17 5 1846 (par. - George & Martha)
Davies, Valentine - bap. 8 3 1746 (par. - Stephen & Mary)
Davies, Wiliam - bap. 9 3 1823 (par. - James & Mary)
Davies, William - bap. 5 6 1745 (par. - Stephen & Mary)
Davies, William - bap. 30 7 1811 (par. - William & Elizabeth)
Davies, William - bap. 28 4 1839 (par. - William & Mary)
Davies, William - bap. 11 6 1861 (par. - Benjamin & Martha)
Davies, Winifred - bap. 24 8 1893 (par. - James & Ann)
Davis, Benjamin - bap. 29 12 1816 (par. - James & Mary)
Davis, John - bap. 16 5 1819 (par. - James & Mary)
Davis, Martha - bap. 26 7 1818 (par. - William & Jane)
Davis, Mary - bap. 28 7 1816 (par. - William & Jane)
Davis, Richard - bap. 30 7 1820 (par. - James & Mary)
Davis, Thomas - bap. 13 11 1814 (par. - James & Mary)
Davis, William - bap. 1 2 1818 (par. - James & Mary)
Davy, Frances - bap. 26 6 1825 (par. - Wiliam & Jane)
Davy, James - bap. 31 10 1784 (par. - David & Mary)
Davy, Jane - bap. 7 7 1822 (par. - William & Jane)
Davy, Thomas - bap. 24 11 1782 (par. - John & Elizabeth)
Dawkins, Elizabeth - bap. 5 3 1764 (par. - Walter & Barbara)
Dawkins, Elizabeth - bap. 30 4 1813 (par. - Dorothy)
Dawkins, Elizabeth - bap. 28 8 1852 (par. - William & Mary)
Dawkins, Elizabeth - bap. 8 2 1858 (par. - William & Sarah)
Dawkins, Frances - bap. 21 5 1769 (par. - Henry & Mary)
Dawkins, George - bap. 29 9 1861 (par. - William & Sarah)
Dawkins, George - bap. 9 7 1876 (par. - George & Elizabeth)
Dawkins, Henry - bap. 16 10 1757 (par. - Nicolas & Jone)
Dawkins, James - bap. 23 2 1766 (par. - William & Elizabeth)
Dawkins, Mary - bap. 18 9 1763 (par. - William & Elizabeth)
Dawkins, Mary - bap. 17 2 1764 (par. - Henry & Mary)
Dawkins, Mary - bap. 6 11 1859 (par. - William & Sarah)
Dawkins, Rebecca - bap. 30 4 1813 (par. - Dorothy)
Dawkins, Stephen - bap. 16 2 1766 (par. - Walter & Barbara)
Dawkins, Thomas - bap. 7 10 1878 (par. - George & Elizabeth)
Day, Caroline - bap. 18 8 1822 (par. - Mary Day)
Dickens, Angela - bap. 24 8 1959 (par. - James & Aileen)
Dickins, Sally - bap. 20 2 1954 (par. - James & Eileen)
Dickins, Timothy - bap. 3 3 1956 (par. - James & Aileen)
Dickson, Mary - bap. 16 8 1864 (par. - Arthur & Susanna)
Dixon, Thomas - bap. 11 10 1872 (par. - Arthur & Susannah)
Doole, James - bap. 31 8 1739 (par. - John & Mary)
Doole, James - bap. 2 10 1746 (par. - John & Mary)
Doyle, John - bap. 28 4 1822 (par. - Robert & Letitia)
Drinkwater, Mary? - bap. 19 5 1725 (par. - Richard & Margaret)
Duggan, Anne - bap. 25 7 1773 (par. - Henry & Mary)
Duggan, Diana - bap. 29 9 1741 (par. - Francis & Catherin)
Duggan, Elizabeth - bap. 21 8 1766 (par. - Henry & Mary)
Duggan, Henry - bap. 23 9 1750 (par. - Francis & Catherin)
Duggan, Henry - bap. 15 10 1769 (par. - Henry & Mary)
Duggan, Henry - bap. 15 10 1775 (par. - Henry & Mary)
Duggan, Richard - bap. 18 9 1768 (par. - Henry & Mary)
Duggan, Richard - bap. 27 4 1777 (par. - Henry & Mary)
Duggan, Samuel - bap. 30 6 1771 (par. - Henry & Mary)
Duggan, William - bap. 11 3 1743 (par. - Francis & Catherin)
Duggan, William - bap. 29 7 1764 (par. - Henry & Mary)
Dyson, John - bap. 16 4 1950 (par. - Frederick & Dorothy)
Edmund, Hesther - bap. 26 9 1729 (par. - David & Jennet)
Edwardes, George - bap. 5 12 1900 (par. - Thomas & Sarah)
Edwards, Alice - bap. 14 3 1868 (par. - John & Mary)
Edwards, Anne - bap. 1 10 1944 (par. - William & Ivy)
Edwards, David - bap. 24 6 1753 (par. - Sampson & Jane)
Edwards, Edith - bap. 23 11 1872 (par. - John & Maria)
Edwards, Edward - bap. 21 7 1866 (par. - John & Mary)
Edwards, Elizabeth - bap. 5 8 1750 (par. - George & Anne)
Edwards, George - bap. 27 6 1812 (par. - William & Jannet?)
Edwards, Georgina - bap. 27 5 1871 (par. - John & Marie)
Edwards, Helen - bap. 22 4 1962 (par. - Eric & Olwen)
Edwards, James - bap. 8 2 1756 (par. - Sampson & Jane)
Edwards, Jessica Megan - bap. 26 12 1992 (par. - Helen)
Edwards, John - bap. 2 7 1864 (par. - John & Mary)
Edwards, Mary - bap. 27 6 1985 (par. - Thomas & Sarah)
Edwards, Patricia - bap. 3 8 1947 (par. - Eric & Olwen)
Edwards, Solomon - bap. 5 11 1758 (par. - Sampson & Jane)
Edwards, Thomas - bap. 10 4 1876 (par. - John & Marie)
Edwards, Tracy - bap. 20 11 1977 (par. - David & Pamela)
Egerton, Pamela - bap. 22 6 1941 (par. - John & Victorine)
Eliot, Susan - bap. 12 7 1770 (par. - Anne Eliot single)
Elvidge, Christopher - bap. 18 6 1968 (par. - Charles & Alma)
Esmond, Christopher - bap. 2 2 1963 (par. - David & Carol)
Esmond, Haydn - bap. 16 1 1965 (par. - David & Carol)
Esmond, Martin - bap. 22 10 1967 (par. - David & Carol)
Evand, David - bap. 18 10 1903 (par. - Daniel & Mary)
Evans, Albert - bap. 14 2 1904 (par. - William & Martha)
Evans, Alec - bap. 24 7 1887 (par. - John & Margaret)
Evans, Ann - bap. 6 5 1897 (par. - David & Mary)
Evans, Anne - bap. 26 8 1804 (par. - William & Anne)
Evans, Anne - bap. 7 5 1811 (par. - William & Anne)
Evans, Anne - bap. 23 5 1829 (par. - Thomas & Mary)
Evans, Anne - bap. 21 2 1863 (par. - William & Sarah)
Evans, Annie - bap. 30 8 1891 (par. - John & Margaret)
Evans, Benjamin - bap. 3 4 1932 (par. - Thomas & Mary)
Evans, Catherine - bap. 24 8 1902 (par. - Benjamin & Elizabeth)
Evans, Daniel - bap. 2 12 1788 (par. - Jane)
Evans, Daniel - bap. 3 1 1986 (par. - Robin & Elaine)
Evans, Edith - bap. 1 9 1929 (par. - Thomas & Mary)
Evans, Edward - bap. 6 12 1834 (par. - Thomas & Margaretta)
Evans, Edwin - bap. 11 6 1835 (par. - Thomas & Sarah)
Evans, Elizabeth - bap. 17 10 1802 (par. - William & Ann)
Evans, Elizabeth - bap. 16 3 1901 (par. - Benjamin & Elizabeth)
Evans, Elizabeth - bap. 22 1 1922 (par. - Thomas & Mary)
Evans, Ellen - bap. 26 11 1882 (par. - William & Ann)
Evans, Ernest - bap. 11 7 1886 (par. - Benjamin & Esther)
Evans, George - bap. 23 3 1828 (par. - Thomas & Sarah)
Evans, Gladys - bap. 31 7 1838 (par. - Thomas & Mary)
Evans, Gwerful? - bap. 1 7 1934 (par. - Thomas & Mary)
Evans, Harriett - bap. 4 3 1849 (par. - John & Mary)
Evans, Henry - bap. 27 6 1836 (par. - Thomas & Margaretta)
Evans, Herbert - bap. 17 1 1903 (par. - George & Jemima)
Evans, Hubert - bap. 18 9 1892 (par. - John & Margaret)
Evans, James - bap. 11 4 1824 (par. - Thomas & Mary)
Evans, John - bap. 25 4 1886 (par. - John & Margaret)
Evans, John - bap. 28 4 1901 (par. - Daniel & Mary)
Evans, Lavina - bap. 24 2 1833 (par. - Thomas & Sarah)
Evans, Margaret - bap. 21 2 1909 (par. - Daniel & Mary)
Evans, Martha - bap. 29 11 1789 (par. - Elisabeth)
Evans, Martha - bap. 5 6 1814 (par. - William & Ann)
Evans, Martha - bap. 20 8 1826 (par. - William & Elizabeth)
Evans, Martha - bap. 22 10 1826 (par. - Thomas & Mary)
Evans, Martha - bap. 17 10 1847 (par. - John & Mary)
Evans, Mary - bap. 20 8 1807 (par. - William & Anne)
Evans, Mary - bap. 20 8 1826 (par. - William & Elizabeth)
Evans, Mary - bap. 29 4 1832 (par. - Thomas & Mary)
Evans, Mary - bap. 27 9 1861 (par. - William & Sarah)
Evans, Mary - bap. 31 1 1926 (par. - Thomas & Mary)
Evans, Olive - bap. 27 11 1927 (par. - Thomas & Mary)
Evans, Olwen - bap. 16 2 1919 (par. - William & Annie)
Evans, Phebe - bap. 1800 (par. - William & Jane)
Evans, Reginald - bap. 14 2 1904 (par. - William & Martha)
Evans, Richard - bap. 29 4 1973 (par. - Ronald & Helen)
Evans, Selina - bap. 4 1 1831 (par. - Thomas & Sarah)
Evans, Thomas - bap. 6 6 1835 (par. - Thomas & Mary)
Evans, Thomas - bap. 15 2 1885 (par. - John & Margaret)
Evans, William - bap. 15 8 1852 (par. - John & Mary)
Evans, William - bap. 14 7 1872 (par. - William & Ann)
Evans, William - bap. 3 6 1923 (par. - Thomas & Mary)
Evans, Winston - bap. 9 12 1940 (par. - Thomas & Mary)
Evanss, Elizabeth - bap. 24 1 1833 (par. - Thomas & Margaretta)
Eynon, Alice? - bap. 12 1 1783 (par. - Thomas & Mary)
Eynon, Ann - bap. 14 4 1956 (par. - Peter & Elizabeth)
Eynon, John - bap. 22 10 1780 (par. - Thomas & Mary)
Eynon, John - bap. 1799 (par. - William & Dinah)
Eynon, Mary - bap. 1794 (par. - William & Mary)
Eynon, Thomas - bap. 12 12 1779 (par. - John & Elizabeth)
Faithful, Anne - bap. 19 5 1754 (par. - David & Mary)
Faithful, David - bap. 30 10 1748 (par. - David & Mary)
Faithful, David - bap. 15 10 1752 (par. - David & Mary)
Faithful, Thomas - bap. 19 11 1749 (par. - David & Mary)
Farr, Richard - bap. 7 7 1956 (par. - John & Olive)
Fawcett, Byron - bap. 3 8 1969 (par. - Martin & Margaret)
Fisher, Maggie - bap. 11 3 1885 (par. - William & Jane)
Fitch, Heidi - bap. 24 8 1980 (par. - )
Fitch, Judith - bap. 18 4 1975 (par. - David & Joanna)
Flowers, James - bap. 20 2 1788 (par. - John & Sarah)
Flowers, Sarah - bap. 10 6 1789 (par. - John & Sarah)
Foster, Henry - bap. 7 3 1828 (par. - William & Mary)
Foster, William - bap. 19 2 1829 (par. - William & Mary)
Freeman, Joseph - bap. 19 10 1920 (par. - Joseph & Sophia)
Friesen, Alexander - bap. 24 12 1961 (par. - Bernard & Caroline)
Friesen, Hero - bap. 24 5 1964 (par. - Bernard & Caroline)
Furlong, Abraham - bap. 6 1 1803 (par. - Abraham & Elizabeth)
Furlong, Abraham - bap. 11 8 1825 (par. - George & Bridget)
Furlong, Anne - bap. 1801 (par. - Abraham & Elizabeth)
Furlong, Bridget - bap. 26 6 1834 (par. - George & Bridget)
Furlong, Catherine - bap. 9 11 1828 (par. - GEorge & Bridget)
Furlong, Charlotte - bap. 3 8 1784 (par. - Abraham & Elizabeth)
Furlong, Edward - bap. 3 5 1785 (par. - John & Sarah)
Furlong, Elinor - bap. 3 5 1791 (par. - Abraham & Elizabeth)
Furlong, Elizabeth - bap. 28 2 1827 (par. - George & Bridget)
Furlong, Frances - bap. 19 11 1823 (par. - George & Bridget)
Furlong, George - bap. 1799 (par. - Abraham & Elizabeth)
Furlong, George - bap. 19 4 1833 (par. - George & Bridget)
Furlong, George - bap. 19 5 1836 (par. - George & Bridget)
Furlong, George - bap. 2 1 1838 (par. - George & Bridget)
Furlong, Jane - bap. 9 5 1793 (par. - John & Sarah)
Furlong, Jane - bap. 1 1 1809 (par. - Abraham & Elizabeth)
Furlong, John - bap. 6 9 1754 (par. - John & Susan)
Furlong, John - bap. 19 11 1781 (par. - John & Sarah)
Furlong, John - bap. 26 12 1804 (par. - Abraham & Elizabeth)
Furlong, Maria - bap. 14 3 1797 (par. - Abraham & Elizabeth)
Furlong, Maria - bap. 29 9 1831 (par. - George & Bridget)
Furlong, Mary - bap. 15 10 1748 (par. - John & Susan)
Furlong, Mary - bap. 20 7 1779 (par. - John & Sarah)
Furlong, Mary - bap. 18 1 1787 (par. - Abraham & Elizabeth)
Furlong, Richard - bap. 5 5 1782 (par. - James & Elizabeth)
Furlong, Sarah - bap. 17 10 1784 (par. - James & Elizabeth)
Furlong, Sarah - bap. 20 3 1789 (par. - John & Sarah)
Furlong, Susan - bap. 8 5 1757 (par. - John & Susan)
Furlong, Thomas - bap. 16 5 1751 (par. - John & Susan)
Furlong, Thomas - bap. 15 3 1787 (par. - John & Sarah)
Furlong, Thomas - bap. 15 4 1787 (par. - John & Sarah)
Furlong, Thomas - bap. 1793 (par. - Abraham & Elizabeth)
Furlong, Thomas - bap. 20 9 1866 (par. - James & Jane)
Furlong, William - bap. 13 5 1759 (par. - John & Susan)
Furlong, William - bap. 26 3 1939 (par. - William & Violet)
Garbett, Mary - bap. 6 10 1842 (par. - John & Amelia)
Garlick, Alison - bap. 1 11 1972 (par. - Colin & Sheila)
Garlick, Colin - bap. 10 4 1949 (par. - Edward & Sylvia)
Garlick, Joy - bap. 12 6 1930 (par. - Frederick & Martha)
Garlick, Kevin - bap. 4 4 1953 (par. - Edwars & Sylvia)
Garlick, Mark - bap. 11 2 1972 (par. - Colin & Sheila)
Garlick, Norman - bap. 7 2 1926 (par. - Frederick & Martha)
Garlick, Roland - bap. 30 4 1950 (par. - Norman & Margaret)
Garratt, Rachel - bap. 28 9 1975 (par. - William & Mary)
Gill, Katryn - bap. 27 12 1960 (par. - Terence & Gillian)
Goodman, Jane - bap. 17 5 1964 (par. - Brian & Margaret)
Goodman, Yvonne - bap. 29 5 1966 (par. - Brian & Margaret)
Gough, Ann - bap. 24 4 1948 (par. - Norman & Margaret)
Gough, Elizabeth - bap. 29 8 1736 (par. - Abraham & Frances)
Gough, Isaac - bap. 16 7 1734 (par. - Abraham & Frances)
Gough, Isack? - bap. 8 10 1758 (par. - William & Elizabeth)
Gough, Jacob - bap. 17 2 1739 (par. - Abraham & Frances)
Gough, Jacob - bap. 7 3 1761 (par. - William & Elizabeth)
Gough, William - bap. 7 3 1761 (par. - William & Elizabeth)
Grace, Agnes - bap. 13 2 1859 (par. - Noah & Lucy)
Grace, Alfred - bap. 27 5 1860 (par. - Noah & Lucy)
Grace, Alice - bap. 1 6 1856 (par. - Noah & Lucy)
Grace, Edward - bap. 13 7 1862 (par. - Noah & Lucy)
Grace, Elenor - bap. 15 11 1857 (par. - Noah & Lucy)
Grace, Mary - bap. 17 12 1854 (par. - Noah & Lucy)
Green, Albert - bap. 3 10 1858 (par. - John & Elizabeth)
Green, Catherine - bap. 3 7 1860 (par. - John & Elizabeth)
Green, Emily - bap. 23 7 1856 (par. - John & Elizabeth)
Green, George - bap. 28 3 1853 (par. - John & Elizabeth)
Green, William - bap. 5 8 1854 (par. - John & Elizabeth)
Griffith, Ann - bap. 12 7 1846 (par. - John & Ann)
Griffith, Anne - bap. 14 6 1807 (par. - William & Henrietta)
Griffith, Catherine - bap. 10 8 1861 (par. - John & Eliza)
Griffith, David - bap. 5 3 1745 (par. - Thomas & Jane)
Griffith, Eliza - bap. 19 4 1857 (par. - William & Eliza)
Griffith, Elizabeth - bap. 11 12 1825 (par. - Jane Griffith)
Griffith, Elizabeth - bap. 9 2 1830 (par. - John & Diana)
Griffith, George - bap. 14 5 1845 (par. - John & Ann)
Griffith, James - bap. 24 4 1814 (par. - William & Henrietta)
Griffith, James - bap. 10 11 1828 (par. - John & Diana)
Griffith, James - bap. 11 1 1839 (par. - Frances)
Griffith, Jennet - bap. 28 3 1741 (par. - Thomas & Jane)
Griffith, John - bap. 6 4 1824 (par. - George & Catherine)
Griffith, John - bap. 14 9 1834 (par. - John & Dinah)
Griffith, Richard - bap. 16 10 1842 (par. - John & Ann)
Griffith, Susan - bap. 12 6 1803 (par. - William & Henrietta)
Griffith, Thomas - bap. 17 4 1831 (par. - John & Anne)
Griffith, Thomas - bap. 7 8 1831 (par. - George & Catherine)
Griffith, Thomas - bap. 4 9 1836 (par. - John & Dinah)
Griffith, William - bap. 19 8 1810 (par. - William & Henrietta)
Griffiths, David - bap. 9 5 1947 (par. - Evan & Beryl)
Griffiths, Edward - bap. 18 2 1929 (par. - William & Sarah)
Griffiths, Elizabeth - bap. 8 9 1805 (par. - William & Henrietta)
Griffiths, Elizabeth - bap. 28 4 1822 (par. - George & Catherine)
Griffiths, Elizabeth - bap. 24 2 1926 (par. - William & Sarah)
Griffiths, Elwyn - bap. 24 2 1926 (par. - William & Sarah)
Griffiths, Frances - bap. 24 5 1812 (par. - William & Henrietta)
Griffiths, George - bap. 16 9 1821 (par. - William & Henrietta)
Griffiths, Gwynville - bap. 29 6 1896 (par. - Benjamin & Jane)
Griffiths, Jane - bap. 6 10 1816 (par. - William & Henrietta)
Griffiths, John - bap. 6 10 1816 (par. - William & Henrietta)
Griffiths, Maria - bap. 31 10 1819 (par. - George & Katherine)
Griffiths, Martha - bap. 26 5 1895 (par. - James & Elizabeth)
Griffiths, Mary - bap. 25 1 1809 (par. - William & Henrietta)
Griffiths, Olive - bap. 21 4 1901 (par. - Benjamin & Jane)
Griffiths, Phillip - bap. 11 5 1952 (par. - Evan & Beryl)
Griffiths, Rose - bap. 13 9 1896 (par. - James & Elizabeth)
Griffiths, William - bap. 28 5 1934 (par. - )
Griffiths, William - bap. 11 5 1938 (par. - Edward & Martha)
Gritthiths, Janet - bap. 7 5 1942 (par. - Evan & Beryl)
Gwither, Elizabeth - bap. 28 9 1783 (par. - Letitia)
Gwither, John - bap. 26 9 1743 (par. - Alice Gwither single)
Gwyther, Alice - bap. 27 11 1867 (par. - John & Catherine)
Gwyther, Beatrice - bap. 29 12 1904 (par. - David & Louise)
Gwyther, Catherine - bap. 18 11 1862 (par. - John & Catherine)
Gwyther, David - bap. 17 9 1903 (par. - David & Louisa)
Gwyther, Eveline - bap. 10 3 1870 (par. - John & Catherine)
Gwyther, Fanny - bap. 24 10 1860 (par. - John & Catherine)
Gwyther, Francis - bap. 2 8 1827 (par. - Francis & Maria)
Gwyther, George - bap. 26 2 1865 (par. - John & Catherine)
Gwyther, Jane - bap. 23 12 1770 (par. - James & Mary)
Gwyther, Jennifer - bap. 19 6 1949 (par. - Ronald & Barbara)
Gwyther, John - bap. 5 12 1830 (par. - Francis & Maria)
Gwyther, Mary - bap. 20 9 1772 (par. - James & Mary)
Gwyther, Mary - bap. 12 10 1774 (par. - James & Mary)
Gwyther, Richard - bap. 20 7 1858 (par. - John & Catherine)
Gwyther, Thomas - bap. 30 3 1773 (par. - Margaret Gwyther single)
Hackett, Deborah Loraine - bap. 8 6 1996 (par. - Thomas & Patricia)
Hackett, Lisa Janine - bap. 7 6 1996 (par. - Thomas & Patricia)
Hale, Walter - bap. 24 12 1865 (par. - James & Elizabeth)
Hall, ? (daughter) - bap. 1767 (par. - James & Mary)
Hall, ? (daughter) - bap. 23 9 1770 (par. - Rees & Mary)
Hall, Anne - bap. 12 5 1776 (par. - Benjamin & Mary)
Hall, Arthur - bap. 18 12 1898 (par. - Mark & Ethel)
Hall, Beryl - bap. 24 5 1925 (par. - David & Florence)
Hall, Elizabeth - bap. 22 9 1733 (par. - Henry & Mary)
Hall, Elizabeth - bap. 5 10 1760 (par. - Rees & -)
Hall, Elizabeth - bap. 8 6 1902 (par. - Mark & Ethel)
Hall, James - bap. 15 9 1763 (par. - James & Mary)
Hall, James - bap. 12 10 1777 (par. - Benjamin & Mary)
Hall, Jane - bap. 20 8 1765 (par. - James & Mary)
Hall, John - bap. 25 10 1758 (par. - Rees & Mary)
Hall, John - bap. 14 1 1855 (par. - William & Margaret)
Hall, Joseph - bap. 18 8 1854 (par. - Thomas & ?)
Hall, Margaret - bap. 16 1 1757 (par. - William & Margaret)
Hall, Marjorie - bap. 20 5 1923 (par. - David & Florence)
Hall, Martha - bap. 2 6 1792 (par. - Benjamin & Mary)
Hall, Martha - bap. 18 11 1810 (par. - James & Mary)
Hall, Mary - bap. 10 7 1737 (par. - Henry & Mary)
Hall, Mary - bap. 9 2 1762 (par. - James & Mary)
Hall, Mary - bap. 24 3 1782 (par. - Benjamin & Mary)
Hall, Mary - bap. 20 6 1785 (par. - Benjamin & Mary)
Hall, Muriel - bap. 19 2 1920 (par. - Benjamin & Ruth)
Hall, Reece - bap. 14 9 1729 (par. - Henry & Mary)
Hall, Richard - bap. 2 10 1743 (par. - Henry & Mary)
Hall, Sarah - bap. 12 10 1757 (par. - Francis & Elizabeth)
Hall, Sarah - bap. 22 11 1812 (par. - James & Mary)
Hall, Walter - bap. 26 8 1900 (par. - Mark & Ethel)
Hall, William - bap. 19 2 1761 (par. - Francis & Elizabeth)
Hall, William - bap. 10 12 1905 (par. - Mark & Ethel)
Hall, Winifred - bap. 3 4 1904 (par. - Mark & Ethel)
Halland?, Benjamin - bap. 5 4 1779 (par. - Benjamin & Mary)
Hamilton, Agnes - bap. 26 6 1897 (par. - Francis & Alice)
Hamson, Elizabeth - bap. 26 9 1736 (par. - Thomas & -)
Hamson, William - bap. 25 9 1748 (par. - Thomas & -)
Hand, John - bap. 20 2 1821 (par. - William & Elizabeth)
Harding, Archibald - bap. 10 4 1881 (par. - James & Jane)
Hardy, Edward - bap. 8 10 1859 (par. - Francis & Caroline)
Harries, Ann - bap. 30 4 1944 (par. - William & Margaret)
Harries, Annie - bap. 16 9 1894 (par. - Alfred & Ellen)
Harries, Graham - bap. 22 3 1942 (par. - William & Margaret)
Harries, John - bap. 3 12 1871 (par. - James & Mary)
Harries, Mervyn - bap. 6 2 1938 (par. - William & Margaret)
Harries, William - bap. 10 9 1911 (par. - Alfred & Annie)
Harris, Alfred - bap. 30 4 1865 (par. - Thomas & Ann)
Harris, Ann - bap. 21 1 1855 (par. - Thomas & Ann)
Harris, Charloote - bap. 29 9 1822 (par. - William & Elizabeth)
Harris, David - bap. 23 6 1850 (par. - Isaac & Martha)
Harris, Elizabeth - bap. 15 12 1861 (par. - Thomas & Ann)
Harris, Hannah - bap. 25 4 1830 (par. - Anne Harris)
Harris, Henry - bap. 3 6 1870 (par. - Thomas & Ann)
Harris, James - bap. 24 4 1867 (par. - Thomas & Ann)
Harris, John - bap. 21 6 1835 (par. - Isaac & Martha)
Harris, John - bap. 14 12 1856 (par. - Thomas & Ann)
Harris, Mary - bap. 1 5 1831 (par. - John & Hannah)
Harris, Mary - bap. 28 5 1848 (par. - Isaac & Martha)
Harris, Sarah - bap. 12 7 1840 (par. - Isaac & Martha)
Harris, Thomas - bap. 23 5 1824 (par. - William & Elizabeth)
Harris, Thomas - bap. 15 4 1838 (par. - Isaac & Martha)
Harris, Walter - bap. 3 4 1845 (par. - Isaac & Martha)
Harris, William - bap. 19 12 1858 (par. - Thomas & Ann)
Harrison, James - bap. 24 12 1944 (par. - Brian & Constance)
Hastie, William - bap. 27 12 1917 (par. - Alexander & Maggie)
Hawkins, Ernest - bap. 24 3 1892 (par. - Robert & Alice)
Hay, Benjamin - bap. 18 2 1824 (par. - Thomas & Jane)
Hay, David - bap. 9 7 1775 (par. - Mary Hay)
Hay, George - bap. 17 1 1808 (par. - George & Rebecka)
Hay, George - bap. 24 1 1819 (par. - George & Rebecca)
Hay, James - bap. 8 12 1754 (par. - John & Elizabeth)
Hay, James - bap. 24 11 1811 (par. - James & Sarah)
Hay, Jane - bap. 5 6 1836 (par. - Thomas & Jane)
Hay, John - bap. 24 12 1815 (par. - George & Dinah)
Hay, Joseph - bap. 28 7 1833 (par. - Thomas & Jane)
Hay, Martha - bap. 18 3 1827 (par. - Thomas & Jane)
Hay, Mary - bap. 3 3 1787 (par. - Thomas & Elizabeth)
Hay, Mary - bap. 24 10 1813 (par. - James & Sarah)
Hay, Mary - bap. 20 3 1814 (par. - Thomas & Jane)
Hay, Philip - bap. 10 7 1987 (par. - Graham & Patricia)
Hay, Robert - bap. 6 6 1830 (par. - Thomas & Jane)
Hay, Sarah - bap. 16 12 1821 (par. - George & Rebecca)
Hay, Thomas - bap. 15 4 1758 (par. - John & Elizabeth)
Hay, Thomas - bap. 14 9 1783 (par. - Thomas & Elizabeth)
Hay, Thomas - bap. 19 7 1818 (par. - Thomas & Jane)
Hay, Tomas - bap. 26 12 1790 (par. - Thomas & Elizabeth)
Hay, Wiliam - bap. 18 2 1810 (par. - David & Anne)
Hay, William - bap. 2 7 1826 (par. - George & Rebecca)
Healey, Ada - bap. 1 3 1898 (par. - George & Mary)
Healey, Dorothy - bap. 7 5 1909 (par. - George & Mary)
Healey, Guy - bap. 8 7 1895 (par. - George & Mary)
Healey, Nora - bap. 23 2 1901 (par. - George & Mary)
Henley, William - bap. 8 1 1904 (par. - George & Mary)
Henry, John - bap. 20 1 1739 (par. - John & Honour)
Henton, Doris - bap. 19 5 1907 (par. - William & Mary)
Henton, Hannah - bap. 24 10 1852 (par. - John & Maria)
Henton, Janet - bap. 6 7 1911 (par. - William & Mary)
Henton, Lilian - bap. 28 1 1906 (par. - William & Mary)
Henton, Margaret - bap. 26 5 1855 (par. - John & Maria)
Henton, William - bap. 7 2 1909 (par. - William & Mary)
Hicks, Andrew - bap. 22 4 1962 (par. - William & Margaret)
Hill, George - bap. 7 11 1725 (par. - George & Mary)
Hitching, Henry? (son) - bap. 16 1 1725 (par. - John & Elizabeth)
Hitching, Mary - bap. 19 12 1727 (par. - John & Elizabeth)
Hitchings, James - bap. 17 10 1819 (par. - Benjamin & Elizabeth)
Hitchings, John - bap. 26 1 1817 (par. - Benjamin & Elizabeth)
Hitchings, Martha - bap. 23 5 1824 (par. - Benjamin & Elizabeth)
Hitchings, Mary - bap. 6 10 1751 (par. - Elizabeth Hitchings)
Hitchings, Mary - bap. 25 11 1821 (par. - Benjamin & Elizabeth)
Hood, ? (daughter) - bap. 7 12 1724 (par. - Robert & Elizabeth)
Hood, Benjamin - bap. 24 2 1820 (par. - George & Maria)
Hood, Elizabeth - bap. 1727 (par. - Robert & Elizabeth)
Hood, Elizabeth - bap. 11 7 1755 (par. - Richard & Mary)
Hood, George - bap. 4 8 1822 (par. - George & Maria)
Hood, Henry - bap. 24 12 1758 (par. - Richard & Mary)
Hood, Jane - bap. 17 1 1786 (par. - Robert & Mary)
Hood, John - bap. 17 12 1753 (par. - Richard & Mary)
Hood, John - bap. 17 5 1818 (par. - Robert & Maria)
Hood, Mary ? - bap. 20 1 1784 (par. - Robert & Anne)
Hood, Olwyn - bap. 2 12 1923 (par. - John & Elizabeth)
Hood, Richard - bap. 28 9 1756 (par. - Richard & Mary)
Hood, Robert - bap. 11 5 1731 (par. - Robert & Elizabeth)
Hood, Robert - bap. 2 9 1751 (par. - Richard & Mary)
Hood, William - bap. 6 12 1925 (par. - John & Elizabeth)
Hooks, James - bap. 24 1 1847 (par. - William & Jane)
Horgan, Gemma Louise - bap. 4 6 1994 (par. - Stephen & Deborah)
Horgan, Julie Ann - bap. 23 12 1979 (par. - Stephen & Deborah)
Howel, Elizabeth - bap. 15 1 1733 (par. - Hugh & Jone)
Howell, Dinah - bap. 19 6 1767 (par. - Abraham & Hannah)
Howell, Frances - bap. 3 4 1870 (par. - William & Martha)
Howell, Hester - bap. 21 7 1850 (par. - George & Charlotte)
Howell, William - bap. 17 5 1840 (par. - Thomas & Martha)
Howells, Beverley - bap. 21 1 1970 (par. - Derek & Marilyn)
Howells, Christoph - bap. 8 8 1993 (par. - Beverly Howells)
Howells, Christopher - bap. 21 1 1968 (par. - Derek & Marilyn)
Howells, Derek - bap. 3 7 1838 (par. - Frank & Ellen)
Howells, Derek - bap. 21 1 1965 (par. - Derek & Marilyn)
Howells, Dillys - bap. 2 12 1928 (par. - Frank & Ellen)
Howells, Dorothy - bap. 15 5 1911 (par. - Thomas & Winnifred)
Howells, James - bap. 29 12 1844 (par. - Thomas & Martha)
Howells, James - bap. 26 1 1915 (par. - Thomas & Winifred)
Howells, John - bap. 9 10 1913 (par. - Thomas & Winifred)
Howells, Mark - bap. 31 10 1846 (par. - George & Charlotte)
Howells, Mark - bap. 9 4 1848 (par. - George & Charlotte)
Howells, Mary - bap. 8 4 1934 (par. - Thomas & Mary)
Howells, Ruth - bap. 20 6 1937 (par. - Thomas & Mary)
Howick, Alice - bap. 30 1 1858 (par. - Thomas & Elizabeth)
Howick, Elizabeth - bap. 22 3 1851 (par. - Thomas & Elizabeth)
Howick, Elizabeth - bap. 29 3 1856 (par. - Thomas & Elizabeth)
Howick, Maria - bap. 14 11 1852 (par. - Thomas & Elizabeth)
Howick, Robert - bap. 20 5 1854 (par. - Thomas & Elizabeth)
Howick, Walter - bap. 8 12 1849 (par. - Thomas & Elizabeth)
Howick, William - bap. 17 9 1859 (par. - Thomas & Elizabeth)
Hubmann, Jan Hywel Christian - bap. 4 12 1993 (par. - Iwo & Catherine)
Hughes, Alicia - bap. 2 7 1871 (par. - Ann)
Hughes, Anne - bap. 28 1 1801 (par. - David & Elizabeth)
Hughes, Margaret - bap. 17 3 1921 (par. - )
Hughes, Mary - bap. 29 1 1796 (par. - David & Elizabeth)
Hughes, Richard - bap. 17 3 1949 (par. - Thomas & Margaret)
Hughs, Alice - bap. 5 7 1801 (par. - Evan & Lettice)
Hughs, Anne - bap. 8 6 1729 (par. - Thomas & Jone)
Hughs, Anne - bap. 15 4 1804 (par. - Evan & Lettice)
Hughs, David - bap. 7 8 1741 (par. - Thomas & Elinor)
Hughs, Elizabeth - bap. 11 1 1740 (par. - Jone Hughs)
Hughs, Elizabeth - bap. 1798 (par. - Evan & Lettice)
Hughs, John - bap. 7 6 1735 (par. - Thomas & Elinor)
Hughs, Mary - bap. 4 2 1737 (par. - Thomas & Elinor)
Hughs, Thomas - bap. 12 7 1730 (par. - Thomas & Elinor)
Huxtable, Susan - bap. 20 6 1948 (par. - Ernest & Emily)
James, ? (daughter) - bap. 10 2 1805 (par. - Thomas & Anne)
James, Albert - bap. 26 2 1890 (par. - George & Eliza)
James, Alice - bap. 2 10 1887 (par. - George & Eliza)
James, Alice - bap. 25 5 1913 (par. - Thomas & Elizabeth)
James, Angela - bap. 21 4 1956 (par. - Ronald & Eunice)
James, Ann - bap. 24 6 1849 (par. - William & Mary)
James, Anwen Margaret - bap. 24 3 1991 (par. - William Nigel & Linda)
James, Bethan - bap. 10 4 1987 (par. - William & Linda)
James, Celia - bap. 20 1 1895 (par. - George & Eliza)
James, Elizabeth - bap. 9 3 1767 (par. - David & Anne)
James, Elizabeth - bap. 8 10 1775 (par. - Thomas & Anne)
James, Elizabeth - bap. 1800 (par. - Thomas & Anne)
James, Elizabeth - bap. 23 6 1810 (par. - William & Ann)
James, Ernest - bap. 28 3 1897 (par. - George & Eliza)
James, Fanny - bap. 28 3 1779 (par. - David & Anne)
James, Geffrey - bap. 15 12 1946 (par. - Albert & Mary)
James, Geoffrey - bap. 16 2 1946 (par. - Albert & Mary)
James, George - bap. 9 12 1770 (par. - David & Anne)
James, George - bap. 31 10 1819 (par. - Thomas & Ann)
James, Gerald - bap. 31 7 1949 (par. - William & Mabel)
James, Harriet - bap. 4 8 1918 (par. - Thomas & Elizabeth)
James, Henery - bap. 19 5 1805 (par. - William & Anne)
James, Isaac - bap. 9 5 1813 (par. - Thomas & Anne)
James, James - bap. 10 4 1814 (par. - Thomas & Ann)
James, John - bap. 12 7 1772 (par. - John & Margaret)
James, John - bap. 5 9 1802 (par. - William & Anne)
James, John - bap. 24 10 1847 (par. - Stephen & Sarah)
James, John - bap. 21 9 1851 (par. - Henry & Jane)
James, John - bap. 16 6 1857 (par. - Wiliam & Jane)
James, Lindsey - bap. 22 4 1972 (par. - John & Auriel)
James, Margaret - bap. 1795 (par. - William & Anne)
James, Margaret - bap. 19 6 1859 (par. - William & Jane)
James, Margaret - bap. 24 5 1896 (par. - Samuel & Margaret)
James, Maria - bap. 28 7 1816 (par. - Thomas & Ann)
James, Martha - bap. 15 4 1855 (par. - William & Jane)
James, Mary - bap. 17 4 1774 (par. - John & Margaret)
James, Mary - bap. 10 8 1786 (par. - John & Elizabeth)
James, Mary - bap. 2 4 1797 (par. - William & Anne)
James, Mary - bap. 19 3 1809 (par. - Thomas & Ann)
James, Mary - bap. 8 9 1878 (par. - John & Elizabeth)
James, Muriel - bap. 22 2 1920 (par. - Albert & Alice)
James, Reginald - bap. 17 9 1917 (par. - Albert & Alice)
James, Rhys - bap. 14 7 1984 (par. - William & Linda)
James, Richard - bap. 14 4 1784 (par. - John & Elizabeth)
James, Ronald - bap. 4 2 1932 (par. - )
James, Sandra - bap. 27 7 1958 (par. - Ronald & Eunice)
James, Susannah - bap. 25 1 1807 (par. - Thomas & Anne)
James, Thomas - bap. 28 11 1773 (par. - David & Anne)
James, Thomas - bap. 7 3 1790 (par. - William & Ann)
James, Thomas - bap. 9 5 1813 (par. - Thomas & Anne)
James, Thomas - bap. 22 9 1850 (par. - Stephen & Sarah)
James, Thomas - bap. 14 12 1860 (par. - William & Jane)
James, Timothy - bap. 9 3 1957 (par. - John & Dorothy)
James, William - bap. 13 4 1843 (par. - Thomas & Elizabeth)
James, William - bap. 4 2 1849 (par. - Stephen & Sarah)
James, William - bap. 6 6 1880 (par. - William & Ann)
James, William - bap. 5 6 1881 (par. - William & Ann)
James, William - bap. 18 4 1915 (par. - Thomas & Jane)
James, William - bap. 11 3 1955 (par. - John & Dorothy)
Jenkins, Albert - bap. 13 4 1879 (par. - Phobe)
Jenkins, Alfred - bap. 28 5 1875 (par. - Joshua & Jane)
Jenkins, Ann - bap. 2 10 1814 (par. - John & Mary)
Jenkins, Anna - bap. 28 7 1878 (par. - John & Jane)
Jenkins, Anne - bap. 17 10 1774 (par. - John & Mary)
Jenkins, Christopher - bap. 16 4 1960 (par. - Ronald & Rona)
Jenkins, Colin - bap. 13 11 1949 (par. - James & Mona)
Jenkins, David - bap. 12 11 1775 (par. - John & Mary)
Jenkins, Elizabeth - bap. 24 10 1779 (par. - John & Mary)
Jenkins, Frederick - bap. 19 2 1919 (par. - William & Mary)
Jenkins, George - bap. 10 10 1868 (par. - Joshua & Jane)
Jenkins, James - bap. 13 8 1820 (par. - John & Mary)
Jenkins, James - bap. 20 11 1864 (par. - John & Jane)
Jenkins, John - bap. 20 12 1812 (par. - John & Mary)
Jenkins, John - bap. 5 11 1950 (par. - Thomas & Joyce)
Jenkins, Margaret - bap. 10 7 1949 (par. - Thomas & Joyce)
Jenkins, Mary - bap. 12 1 1873 (par. - John & Jane)
Jenkins, Pamela - bap. 24 12 1950 (par. - Peter & Lilian)
Jenkins, Pauline - bap. 3 7 1955 (par. - Peter & Lilian)
Jenkins, Phillip - bap. 10 8 1862 (par. - Phoeby)
Jenkins, Priscella - bap. 10 3 1782 (par. - John & Mary)
Jenkins, Violet - bap. 20 8 1920 (par. - William & Mary)
Jenkins, William - bap. 8 9 1816 (par. - John & Mary)
Jenkins, William - bap. 21 9 1865 (par. - Elizabeth)
Jenkins, William - bap. 26 2 1871 (par. - Joshua & Jane)
John, ? (son) - bap. 8 9 1782 (par. - James & Anne)
John, Albert - bap. 23 1 1867 (par. - David & Mary)
John, Alfred - bap. 30 3 1873 (par. - David & Mary)
John, Alice - bap. 31 1 1917 (par. - Alfred & Ann)
John, Amelia - bap. 6 4 1833 (par. - Thomas & Amelia)
John, Catherine - bap. 8 2 1808 (par. - William & Ketura)
John, Charlotte - bap. 12 12 1876 (par. - David & Mary)
John, Deborah - bap. 11 11 1973 (par. - Philip & Pauline)
John, Edward - bap. 1 3 1863 (par. - David & Mary)
John, Elaine - bap. 26 12 1954 (par. - Oswald & Winnifred)
John, Elinor - bap. 26 4 1747 (par. - Evan & Margaret)
John, Elizabeth - bap. 15 9 1745 (par. - Evan & Margaret)
John, Elizabeth - bap. 12 1 1766 (par. - James & Mary)
John, Elizabeth - bap. 10 7 1768 (par. - James & Mary)
John, Elizabeth - bap. 20 1 1861 (par. - William & Mary)
John, Elizabeth - bap. 5 3 1880 (par. - David & Mary)
John, Elsie - bap. 8 7 1928 (par. - Alfred & Anne)
John, Henry - bap. 5 1 1777 (par. - Thomas & Mary)
John, Herbert - bap. 23 2 1919 (par. - Charles & Annie)
John, Ivy - bap. 18 3 1920 (par. - Alfred & Anne)
John, James - bap. 5 8 1764 (par. - James & Mary)
John, James - bap. 3 1 1869 (par. - David & Mary)
John, James - bap. 1 4 1878 (par. - Anna)
John, Jane - bap. 3 11 1805 (par. - William & Catherine)
John, John - bap. 22 1 1804 (par. - William & Ketura)
John, John - bap. 1 5 1857 (par. - David & Mary)
John, Kathryn - bap. 17 12 1967 (par. - Keith & Lesley)
John, Martha - bap. 13 3 1774 (par. - Thomas & Mary)
John, Martha - bap. 26 2 1804 (par. - Martha)
John, Martha - bap. 12 12 1813 (par. - Thomas & Mary)
John, Martha - bap. 14 6 1843 (par. - Peter & Sarah)
John, Mary - bap. 10 5 1772 (par. - James & Mary)
John, Mary - bap. 9 9 1787 (par. - John & Martha)
John, Mary - bap. 2 11 1801 (par. - William & Ketura)
John, Mary - bap. 6 4 1845 (par. - Peter & Sarah)
John, Mary - bap. 25 10 1874 (par. - David & Mary)
John, Michael - bap. 19 5 1778 (par. - Thomas & Mary)
John, Oswald - bap. 20 1 1924 (par. - Alfred & Anne)
John, Peter - bap. 5 2 1955 (par. - Louis & Mary)
John, Philip - bap. 30 4 1950 (par. - Arthur & Olwen)
John, Richard - bap. 1768 (par. - Thomas & Mary)
John, Samantha - bap. 30 5 1976 (par. - Philip & Pauline)
John, Sarah - bap. 28 1 1865 (par. - David & Mary)
John, Selina - bap. 9 1 1911 (par. - Alfred & Ann)
John, Thomas - bap. 29 10 1760 (par. - Thomas & Elizabeth)
John, Thomas - bap. 2 5 1799 (par. - William & Ketura)
John, Thomas - bap. 14 4 1861 (par. - David & Mary)
John, Wilfid - bap. 7 10 1913 (par. - Alfred & Ann)
John, William - bap. 7 7 1770 (par. - Thomas & Mary)
John, William - bap. 22 9 1816 (par. - Thomas & Mary)
John, William - bap. 16 11 1858 (par. - David & Mary)
John, William - bap. 14 1 1912 (par. - Alfred & Ann)
Jones, - - bap. 13 3 1757 (par. - Thomas & Martha)
Jones, - (daughter) - bap. 8 10 1758 (par. - Thomas & Martha)
Jones, ? (daughter) - bap. 5 9 1784 (par. - James & Sarah)
Jones, ?(son) - bap. 14 5 1786 (par. - Philip & Mary)
Jones, Abraham - bap. 8 1 1737 (par. - Benjamin & Mary)
Jones, Abraham - bap. 21 2 1752 (par. - John & Mary)
Jones, Adrian - bap. 25 6 1972 (par. - Sidney & Margaret)
Jones, Alice - bap. 1 4 1750 (par. - John & Mary)
Jones, Anne - bap. 30 8 1732 (par. - Richard & Hesther)
Jones, Anne - bap. 6 10 1745 (par. - James & Catherin)
Jones, Anne - bap. 18 9 1748 (par. - Thomas & Martha)
Jones, Anne - bap. 13 12 1772 (par. - Isaac & Elizabeth)
Jones, Anne - bap. 15 3 1789 (par. - Anne Jones)
Jones, Anne - bap. 27 8 1826 (par. - George & Sarah)
Jones, Annie - bap. 16 2 1868 (par. - David & Ann)
Jones, Barbara - bap. 27 8 1786 (par. - John & Bridget)
Jones, Barrie - bap. 22 4 1956 (par. - William & Rosemary)
Jones, Benjamin - bap. 16 4 1734 (par. - Benjamin & Mary)
Jones, Benjamin - bap. 16 6 1816 (par. - David & Elizabeth)
Jones, Caitlin Ednah - bap. 4 5 1996 (par. - Richard & Louise)
Jones, Christopher - bap. 22 4 1952 (par. - William & Rosemary)
Jones, Elin - bap. 3 3 1971 (par. - Howard & Nesta)
Jones, Elizabeth - bap. 2 11 1775 (par. - Elizabeth Jones widow)
Jones, Elizabeth - bap. 10 9 1780 (par. - Philip & Mary)
Jones, Elizabeth - bap. 27 8 1786 (par. - Richard & Elizabeth)
Jones, Frances - bap. 14 4 1818 (par. - William & Hester)
Jones, Francis? - bap. 14 8 1842 (par. - Thomas & Barbara)
Jones, Frederick - bap. 16 2 1868 (par. - David & Ann)
Jones, George - bap. 22 10 1775 (par. - Isaac & Elizabeth)
Jones, George - bap. 27 7 1837 (par. - George & Sarah)
Jones, Henry - bap. 27 2 1763 (par. - Isaac & Elizabeth)
Jones, Hugh - bap. 1 6 1755 (par. - Thomas & Martha)
Jones, Huw - bap. 30 10 1966 (par. - William & Edith)
Jones, James - bap. 25 7 1728 (par. - Richard & Hesther)
Jones, James - bap. 19 10 1788 (par. - Philip & Mary)
Jones, James - bap. 26 5 1811 (par. - Thomas & Mary)
Jones, Jane - bap. 21 1 1840 (par. - John & Martha)
Jones, John - bap. 12 11 1752 (par. - James & Katherin)
Jones, John - bap. 12 2 1816 (par. - William & Hester)
Jones, John - bap. 19 7 1831 (par. - George & Sarah)
Jones, Kenneth - bap. 23 10 1932 (par. - Ivor & Gwendoline)
Jones, Mar? (daughter) - bap. 27 11 1791 (par. - John & Bridget)
Jones, Margaret - bap. 19 1 1734 (par. - Benjamin & Anne)
Jones, Margaret - bap. 27 4 1784 (par. - Jane)
Jones, Margaret - bap. 10 5 1820 (par. - William & Hester)
Jones, Margaret - bap. 3 9 1837 (par. - Thomas & Margaret)
Jones, Margaretta - bap. 26 1 1829 (par. - George & Sarah)
Jones, Martha - bap. 1 3 1767 (par. - William & Elizabeth)
Jones, Mary - bap. 5 12 1736 (par. - Benjamin & Anne)
Jones, Mary - bap. 5 8 1740 (par. - Evan & Hesther)
Jones, Mary - bap. 29 11 1743 (par. - James & Catherin)
Jones, Mary - bap. 29 7 1764 (par. - Thomas & Martha)
Jones, Mary - bap. 28 5 1769 (par. - William & Elizabeth)
Jones, Mary - bap. 15 2 1770 (par. - Isaac & Elizabeth)
Jones, Mary - bap. 8 11 1789 (par. - John & Bridget)
Jones, Mary - bap. 9 5 1813 (par. - David & Elizabeth)
Jones, Mary - bap. 6 10 1823 (par. - George & Sarah)
Jones, Mary - bap. 17 10 1841 (par. - John & Martha)
Jones, Patricia - bap. 13 4 1958 (par. - Sydney & Eunice)
Jones, Pauline - bap. 1 7 1961 (par. - Sidney & Eunice)
Jones, Richard - bap. 6 12 1748 (par. - James & Catherin)
Jones, Richard - bap. 2 10 1955 (par. - Eric & Elsie)
Jones, Sarah - bap. 10 12 1749 (par. - Thomas & Martha)
Jones, Sarah - bap. 14 2 1750 (par. - James & Katherin)
Jones, Sarah - bap. 23 2 1752 (par. - Thomas & Martha)
Jones, Sarah - bap. 18 10 1753 (par. - Thomas & Martha)
Jones, Sarah - bap. 4 7 1819 (par. - David & Elizabeth)
Jones, Sarah - bap. 25 1 1834 (par. - George & Sarah)
Jones, Sian - bap. 7 12 1969 (par. - William & Edith)
Jones, Susan - bap. 7 7 1759 (par. - Thomas & Martha)
Jones, Thelma - bap. 11 1 1925 (par. - John & Elsie)
Jones, Thomas - bap. 29 7 1765 (par. - Isaac & Elizabeth)
Jones, Thomas - bap. 18 8 1776 (par. - James & Sarah)
Jones, Thomas - bap. 1 5 1791 (par. - Philip & Mary)
Jones, Thomas - bap. 3 5 1808 (par. - James & Jane)
Jones, Thomas - bap. 16 6 1811 (par. - James & Martha)
Jones, Thomas - bap. 11 5 1817 (par. - Thomas & Mary)
Jones, Valerie - bap. 26 5 1935 (par. - Lionel & Victoria)
Jones, William - bap. 13 9 1737 (par. - Evan & Hesther)
Jones, William - bap. 23 3 1755 (par. - James & Katherin)
Jones, William - bap. 13 10 1767 (par. - James & Sarah)
Jones, William - bap. 20 9 1767 (par. - Isaac & Elizabeth)
Jones, William - bap. 16 9 1793 (par. - Henry & Margaret)
Jordan, Howard - bap. 17 2 1942 (par. - )
Kay, Charlotte - bap. 25 7 1860 (par. - John & Charlotte)
Kay, Ellen - bap. 1 10 1861 (par. - John & Charlotte)
Keylock, Trevor - bap. 28 5 1978 (par. - James & Christine)
Kiln, Simon - bap. 17 4 1966 (par. - Francis & Josephine)
Lambton, Alexander - bap. 28 2 1869 (par. - Francis & Victoria)
Lambton, George - bap. 19 1 1873 (par. - Francis & Victoria)
Lawless, Elizabeth? - bap. 29 8 1724 (par. - Henry & Rebecca)
Lawless, Henry - bap. 23 2 1730 (par. - Henry & Elizabeth)
Lawless, James - bap. 5 2 1726 (par. - Henry & Rebecca)
Lawrence, Anne - bap. 20 4 1773 (par. - Sarah Lawrence widow)
Lawrence, Sarah - bap. 7 7 1765 (par. - William & Sarah)
Lawrence, William - bap. 20 9 1767 (par. - William & Sarah)
Leach, ? - bap. 27 5 1776 (par. - Abraham & Sarah)
Leach, Anne - bap. 10 9 1758 (par. - Henry & Anne)
Leach, Elizabeth - bap. 24 3 1756 (par. - Henry & Anne)
Leach, Elizabeth - bap. 1780 (par. - Abraham & Sarah)
Leach, George - bap. 5 2 1753 (par. - Henry & Anne)
Leach, George - bap. 1786 (par. - Abraham & Sarah)
Leach, James - bap. 7 3 1784 (par. - Abraham & Sarah)
Leach, James - bap. 17 1 1816 (par. - George & Mary)
Leach, John - bap. 30 9 1750 (par. - Henry & Anne)
Leach, John - bap. 16 1 1774 (par. - Abraham & Sarah)
Leach, Letitia - bap. 24 1 1819 (par. - George & Mary)
Leach, Mary - bap. 24 5 1778 (par. - Abraham & Sarah)
Leach, Mary - bap. 28 10 1781 (par. - Abraham & Sarah)
Leach, Sarah - bap. 12 6 1814 (par. - George & Mary)
Leech, Abraham - bap. 1 11 1789 (par. - Abraham & Sarah)
Lewis, Clifford - bap. 15 1 1932 (par. - Thomas & Ethel)
Lewis, Colin - bap. 3 4 1964 (par. - William & Alice)
Lewis, David - bap. 13 2 1937 (par. - William & Frances)
Lewis, Eliza - bap. 10 6 1849 (par. - William & Elizabeth)
Lewis, Elizabeth - bap. 10 4 1853 (par. - William & Elizabeth)
Lewis, Ellen - bap. 12 4 1863 (par. - William & Anne)
Lewis, Fanny - bap. 12 5 1861 (par. - William & Ann)
Lewis, Frances - bap. 12 8 1820 (par. - Thomas & Martha)
Lewis, George - bap. 13 12 1834 (par. - Mary Lewis)
Lewis, George - bap. 14 7 1935 (par. - Thomas & Ethel)
Lewis, James - bap. 1798 (par. - James & Mary)
Lewis, James - bap. 3 2 1805 (par. - James & Mary)
Lewis, James - bap. 16 3 1896 (par. - John & Elizabeth)
Lewis, Jane - bap. 19 7 1857 (par. - William & Ann)
Lewis, John - bap. 26 11 1815 (par. - Elizabeth Lewis)
Lewis, John - bap. 21 1 1816 (par. - Joseph & Hester)
Lewis, John - bap. 21 4 1896 (par. - John & Elizabeth)
Lewis, Laura - bap. 17 1 1904 (par. - William & Frances)
Lewis, Margaret - bap. 2 11 1801 (par. - James & Mary)
Lewis, Mark - bap. 15 8 1847 (par. - William & Mary)
Lewis, Mary - bap. 29 5 1859 (par. - William & Ann)
Lewis, Reginald - bap. 8 6 1879 (par. - John & Jane)
Lewis, Sarah - bap. 26 6 1796 (par. - James & Mary)
Lewis, Thelma - bap. 16 11 1930 (par. - Thomas & Ethel)
Lewis, Thomas - bap. 16 3 1896 (par. - John & Elizabeth)
Lewis, Wiliam - bap. 24 5 1807 (par. - James & Mary)
Lewis, William - bap. 5 11 1854 (par. - William & Elizabeth)
Lewis, William - bap. 6 11 1941 (par. - William & Phoebe)
Lilley, Anna - bap. 29 3 1969 (par. - Peter & Andrea)
Lilley, Matthew - bap. 4 9 1966 (par. - Peter & Andrea)
Lloyd, Elizabeth - bap. 11 3 1779 (par. - William & Susan)
Lloyd, Elizabeth - bap. 28 1 1981 (par. - William & Susan)
Lloyd, John - bap. 25 8 1776 (par. - William & Susan)
Lloyd, Martha - bap. 6 2 1881 (par. - George & Margaret)
Lloyd, Mary - bap. 22 1 1786 (par. - Wiliam & Susan)
Lloyd, Mary - bap. 1 4 1875 (par. - George & Margaret)
Lloyd, Thomas - bap. 6 3 1785 (par. - John & Mary)
Lloyd, Thomas - bap. 12 2 1877 (par. - George & Margaret)
Lloyd, Wendy - bap. 16 9 1945 (par. - Thomas & Ivy)
Lloyd, William - bap. 11 1 1784 (par. - William & Susan)
Lock, Anne - bap. 1803 (par. - George & Elizabeth)
Lock, Elizabeth - bap. 3 5 1794 (par. - George & Elizabeth)
Lock, George - bap. 1792 (par. - George & Elizabeth)
Lock, John - bap. 1 11 1799 (par. - George & Elizabeth)
Lock, Lettice - bap. 1802 (par. - George & Elizabeth)
Lock, Margaret - bap. 12 1 1791 (par. - George & Elizabeth)
Lock, Margaret - bap. 2 11 1920 (par. - Charles & Lilian)
Lock, Mary - bap. 17 1 1796 (par. - George & Elizabeth)
Lock, Rachel - bap. 1805 (par. - George & Elizabeth)
Lock, Robert - bap. 13 11 1808 (par. - George & Elizabeth)
Lock, William - bap. 10 1 1798 (par. - George & Elizabeth)
Long, Alice - bap. 27 4 1884 (par. - William & Mary)
Long, Charles - bap. 7 3 1880 (par. - William & Mary)
Long, Elizabeth - bap. 10 3 1878 (par. - William & Mary)
Long, Ernest - bap. 5 2 1882 (par. - William & Mary)
Long, George - bap. 29 2 1852 (par. - John & Elizabeth)
Long, Harriet - bap. 20 7 1856 (par. - John & Elizabeth)
Long, Jane - bap. 12 4 1812 (par. - George & Margaret)
Long, Margaret - bap. 27 2 1848 (par. - Mary)
Long, Mary - bap. 6 9 1818 (par. - Rebecca Long)
Long, William - bap. 30 6 1849 (par. - John & Elizabeth)
Loyd, ? (son) - bap. 26 12 1735 (par. - William & Lettice)
Loyd, Jane - bap. 17 9 1734 (par. - William & Lettice)
Loyd, Mary - bap. 11 10 1731 (par. - William & Anne)
Loyd, Mary - bap. 27 12 1737 (par. - William & Lettice)
Loyd, William - bap. 21 3 1730 (par. - Henry & Mary)
Lunt, Katie - bap. 21 3 1981 (par. - Philip & Elizabeth)
Lunt, Rachel - bap. 18 4 1976 (par. - Philip & Elizabeth)
Lustig, Andrew - bap. 3 7 1977 (par. - Michael & Lynda)
Lustig, Elizabeth - bap. 28 2 1960 (par. - Hans & Elsie)
Lustig, Emma - bap. 25 4 1981 (par. - Michael & Lynda)
Lustig, Matthew - bap. 28 9 1975 (par. - Philip & Christina)
Lustig, Michael - bap. 20 6 1954 (par. - Hans & Elsie)
Lustig, Phillip - bap. 15 7 1951 (par. - Hans & Elsie)
Lustig, Sophie - bap. 4 2 1978 (par. - Philip & Christina)
Mable, Julie - bap. 4 3 1962 (par. - Evan & Gwendoline)
Maccan?, Martha - bap. 1780 (par. - Samuel & Elizabeth)
Machan, Thomas - bap. 11 5 1783 (par. - Samuel & Elizabeth)
Mackay, Nicola - bap. 29 10 1987 (par. - Peter & Pauline)
Mackay, Richard - bap. 7 3 1981 (par. - Peter & Pauline)
Macken, Judith - bap. 28 11 1965 (par. - David & Dorothy)
Macken, Simon - bap. 2 6 1963 (par. - David & Dorothy)
Maguire, Keith - bap. 26 6 1960 (par. - Thomas & Ursula)
Main, ? (son) - bap. 2 8 1724 (par. - Dennis & Jane)
Main, Alice - bap. 24 4 1726 (par. - Dennis & Jane)
Mains, Martha - bap. 11 7 1847 (par. - William & Margaretta)
Mansel, Eliza - bap. 8 11 1854 (par. - William & Elizabeth)
Mansell, George - bap. 4 8 1848 (par. - William & Elizabeth)
Marriott, Susan - bap. 22 2 1964 (par. - Leslie & Beryl)
Martin, ? (daughter) - bap. 14 12 1729 (par. - Thomas & Jone)
Mason, Anne - bap. 1788 (par. - William & Martha)
Mason, Edward - bap. 2 12 1753 (par. - Edward & Elizabeth)
Mason, Elizabeth - bap. 31 8 1729 (par. - James & Mary)
Mason, Elizabeth - bap. 21 8 1730 (par. - Edward & Abra)
Mason, Elizabeth - bap. 2 6 1786 (par. - William & Martha)
Mason, Henry - bap. 20 5 1758 (par. - Edward & Elizabeth)
Mason, Henry - bap. 14 7 1759 (par. - Edward & Elizabeth)
Mason, James - bap. 8 8 1731 (par. - James & Mary)
Mason, John - bap. 15 11 1747 (par. - Edward & Elizabeth)
Mason, Joseph - bap. 1 12 1728 (par. - Edward & Margaret)
Mason, Margaretta - bap. 30 3 1851 (par. - Joseph & Elizabeth)
Mason, Nicolas - bap. 15 3 1751 (par. - Edward & Elizabeth)
Mason, Richard - bap. 6 8 1749 (par. - Edward & Elizabeth)
Mason, Thomas - bap. 4 8 1734 (par. - Edward & Abra)
Mason, Thomas - bap. 4 12 1737 (par. - Edward & Abra)
Mason, William - bap. 2 5 1762 (par. - Edward & Elizabeth)
Mason, William - bap. 26 7 1898 (par. - David & Mary)
Mathews, - bap. 31 3 1850 (par. - George & Mary)
Mathews, Ellen - bap. 13 1 1856 (par. - George & Mary)
Mathews, Henry - bap. 26 4 1846 (par. - George & Mary)
Mathews, Hester - bap. 1 6 1862 (par. - Isaac & Martha)
Mathews, James - bap. 8 7 1810 (par. - James & Elizabeth)
Mathews, John - bap. 4 4 1844 (par. - George & Mary)
Mathews, William - bap. 31 8 1862 (par. - George & Mary)
Mathias, Amelia - bap. 7 8 1892 (par. - Henry & Esther)
Mathias, Ann - bap. 3 12 1880 (par. - William & Elizabeth)
Mathias, Anthony - bap. 1 10 1944 (par. - Donald & Connie)
Mathias, Charles - bap. 24 2 1866 (par. - George & Mary)
Mathias, Charles - bap. 1 4 1888 (par. - Henry & Esther)
Mathias, Clytha - bap. 16 4 1924 (par. - Charles & Mary)
Mathias, Connie - bap. 17 3 1924 (par. - )
Mathias, Denis - bap. 6 9 1914 (par. - James & Annie)
Mathias, Elizabeth - bap. 8 8 1858 (par. - George & Mary)
Mathias, Elizabeth - bap. 24 3 1946 (par. - Donald & Connie)
Mathias, Elsie - bap. 19 7 1891 (par. - Henry & Esther)
Mathias, George - bap. 16 1 1876 (par. - George? (Henry?) & Hester)
Mathias, George - bap. 17 9 1876 (par. - William & Elizabeth)
Mathias, Harry - bap. 22 9 1895 (par. - Henry & Esther)
Mathias, Henry - bap. 24 8 1901 (par. - George & Edith)
Mathias, James - bap. 31 8 1890 (par. - Henry & Esther)
Mathias, John - bap. 14 10 1781 (par. - David & Mary)
Mathias, Linda - bap. 15 5 1956 (par. - Donald & Connie)
Mathias, Mabel - bap. 18 10 1900 (par. - George & Edith)
Mathias, Martha - bap. 13 8 1875 (par. - William & Elizabeth)
Mathias, Martin - bap. 12 7 1970 (par. - Anthony & Selina)
Mathias, Mary - bap. 21 1 1838 (par. - James & Ann)
Mathias, Nesta - bap. 13 12 1928 (par. - Charles & Mary)
Mathias, Samuel - bap. 24 11 1885 (par. - William & Elizabeth)
Mathias, Sandra - bap. 7 11 1948 (par. - Donald & Connie)
Mathias, Sandra - bap. 3 3 1967 (par. - Anthony & Selina)
Mathias, Sarah - bap. 11 11 1835 (par. - James & Ann)
Mathias, Sheila - bap. 24 9 1950 (par. - Donald & Connie)
Mathias, William - bap. 30 1 1903 (par. - George & Edith)
Mayhew, Doris - bap. 25 4 1915 (par. - Francis & Rosa)
McLaren, Anabelle Katie - bap. 2 8 1992 (par. - Robert & Gillian)
McLaren, Kimberley Sarah - bap. 29 9 1991 (par. - Robert & Gillian)
Mclaren, Nicholas - bap. 28 5 1988 (par. - Robert & Gillian)
Merchant, John - bap. 8 9 1745 (par. - Richard & Anne)
Merchant, Richard - bap. 6 10 1751 (par. - Richard & Margaret)
Merchant, William - bap. 18 10 1747 (par. - Richard & Anne)
Milkins, Verity - bap. 4 11 1989 (par. - Mark & Joy)
Miller, Alfred - bap. 9 1 1902 (par. - Frederick & Ann)
Miller, Annie - bap. 9 1 1902 (par. - Frederick & Ann)
Miller, Margaret - bap. 9 6 1903 (par. - Frederick & Ann)
Miller, Martha - bap. 8 9 1850 (par. - William & Mary)
Miller, Thomas - bap. 16 7 1848 (par. - William & Mary)
Miller, William - bap. 2 11 1845 (par. - William & Mary)
Mills, Sarah - bap. 14 4 1974 (par. - Robert & Angela)
Monro, Anne - bap. 7 1 1802 (par. - Hugh & Mary)
Morgan, Elizabeth - bap. 1 3 1807 (par. - Abraham & Sarah)
Morgan, Ellen - bap. 6 10 1839 (par. - George & Ann)
Morgan, Henry - bap. 12 9 1844 (par. - George & Ann)
Morgan, Joyce - bap. 1 6 1924 (par. - William & Daisy)
Morgan, Lionel - bap. 23 5 1926 (par. - William & Daisy)
Morgan, Mary - bap. 10 9 1738 (par. - William & Anne)
Morgan, Mary - bap. 28 11 1790 (par. - Susannah)
Morgan, Mary - bap. 28 10 1805 (par. - Henry & Sarah)
Morgan, Phyllis - bap. 13 12 1914 (par. - William & Elizabeth)
Morgan, Rachel - bap. 19 1 1985 (par. - Stephen & Catherine)
Morgan, Sarah - bap. 30 10 1808 (par. - Abraham & Sarah)
Morgan, Sarah - bap. 15 1 1843 (par. - George & Ann)
Morgan, Stephen - bap. 18 9 1983 (par. - Stephen & Catherine)
Morgan, Susan - bap. 10 3 1744 (par. - William & Anne)
Morgan, Thomas - bap. 20 7 1747 (par. - William & Anne)
Morgan, Thomas - bap. 26 2 1841 (par. - George & Ann)
Morgans, Elinor - bap. 1 1 1809 (par. - Morgan & Eliza)
Morgans, John - bap. 24 4 1814 (par. - Henry & Sarah)
Morgans, Margaret - bap. 28 1 1816 (par. - Henry & Sarah)
Morgans, Richard - bap. 31 8 1817 (par. - Henry & Sarah)
Morris, Henry - bap. 11 2 1829 (par. - William & Mary)
Morris, John - bap. 8 5 1934 (par. - Joseph & Evelyn)
Morris, Margaret - bap. 11 7 1888 (par. - John & Mary)
Morse, Anne? Jane? - bap. 1796 (par. - James & Henrietta)
Morse, Elizabeth - bap. 21 9 1740 (par. - Charles & Anne)
Morse, Maria - bap. 10 6 1826 (par. - Richard & Mary)
Morse, Mary - bap. 4 1 1736 (par. - Charles & Anne)
Morse, Sarah - bap. 5 8 1792 (par. - James & Henrietta)
Morse, William - bap. 10 3 1733 (par. - Charles & Anne)
Mortimer, Maria - bap. 1 2 1789 (par. - Richard & Elizabeth)
Moseley, James - bap. 26 11 1786 (par. - John & Anne)
Mosely, Elizabeth - bap. 5 11 1775 (par. - John & Anne)
Mosely, John - bap. 29 8 1773 (par. - John & Anne)
Mosely, William - bap. 19 12 1779 (par. - John & Anne)
Mossinger, Hagen - bap. 9 7 1994 (par. - Michael Mossinger & Helena Friend)
Mumford, Auriel - bap. 1 6 1941 (par. - Ronald & Phyllis)
Naish, Julie - bap. 4 10 1964 (par. - Mervyn & Audrey)
Naish, Nigel - bap. 29 10 1961 (par. - Mervyn & Audrey)
Nash, Anne - bap. 25 5 1777 (par. - Thomas & Elizabeth)
Nash, Anne - bap. 2 2 1800 (par. - Henry & Ann)
Nash, Benjamin - bap. 11 9 1768 (par. - Thomas & Elizabeth)
Nash, Elinor - bap. 23 6 1771 (par. - Thomas & Elizabeth)
Nash, Elizabeth - bap. 15 11 1755 (par. - Robert & Mary)
Nash, Elizabeth - bap. 8 10 1769 (par. - Robert & Anne)
Nash, Elizabeth - bap. 1799 (par. - Robert & Jane)
Nash, Henry - bap. 22 9 1816 (par. - Robert & Elizabeth)
Nash, Joseph - bap. 31 12 1815 (par. - Ann Nash)
Nash, Letitia - bap. 16 3 1806 (par. - Henery & Anne)
Nash, Lettice - bap. 21 7 1759 (par. - Thomas & Elizabeth)
Nash, Lettice - bap. 3 10 1819 (par. - Robert & Elizabeth)
Nash, Maria - bap. 18 8 1765 (par. - Thomas & Elizabeth)
Nash, Martha - bap. 14 8 1796 (par. - Henry & Anne)
Nash, Martha - bap. 5 5 1811 (par. - Robert & Elizabeth)
Nash, Mary - bap. 30 3 1794 (par. - Henry & Ann)
Nash, Robert - bap. 18 3 1768 (par. - Robert & Anne)
Nash, Sarah - bap. 26 7 1818 (par. - Mary Nash)
Nash, Sarah - bap. 1 2 1824 (par. - Robin & Elizabeth)
Nash, Thomas - bap. 23 7 1775 (par. - Thomas & Elizabeth)
Nash, William - bap. 27 1 1760 (par. - Robert & Mary)
Nash, William - bap. 6 12 1761 (par. - Thomas & Elizabeth)
Newberry, Russell - bap. 9 9 1983 (par. - Paul & Lee)
Nicholas, Alexander - bap. 11 8 1968 (par. - Dennis & Gloria)
Nicholas, Alson - bap. 13 6 1965 (par. - Eric & Margaret)
Nicholas, David - bap. 30 10 1966 (par. - Dennis & Gloria)
Nicholas, Dennis - bap. 3 5 1938 (par. - Alfred & Edith)
Nicholas, Eric - bap. 23 2 1936 (par. - Alfred & Edith)
Nicholas, Eunice - bap. 1 3 1936 (par. - Arthur & Grace)
Nicholas, Lorna - bap. 1 7 1962 (par. - Eric & Margaret)
Nicholas, Mary - bap. 4 9 1924 (par. - Thomas & Mary)
Nicholas, Peter - bap. 28 3 1948 (par. - Alfred & Edith)
Nicholas, Samuel - bap. 8 9 1829 (par. - James & Catherine)
Nicholas, Simon - bap. 8 11 1964 (par. - Dennis & Gloria)
Niemann, Erike - bap. 27 7 1952 (par. - Karl & Lucette)
Niemann, Martin - bap. 29 3 1959 (par. - Karl & Lucette)
Ormond, Kathleen - bap. 25 9 1921 (par. - Frederick & Annie)
Owens, Tabitha - bap. 17 11 1745 (par. - Mary Owens)
Painter, Ann - bap. 17 7 1851 (par. - Mary)
Pannell, Steven - bap. 24 2 1962 (par. - Peter & Millicent)
Parnel, Maria - bap. 29 5 1818 (par. - Edmund & Mary)
Peeler, Martha - bap. 17 9 1790 (par. - Richard & Jane)
Pepper, Samuel - bap. 15 4 1832 (par. - John & Ann)
Perkins, William - bap. 26 12 1841 (par. - Hester)
Peter, ? (daughter) - bap. 24 3 1784 (par. - Richard & Jane)
Peter, Elizabeth - bap. 28 4 1782 (par. - Richard & Jane)
Peter, Jennet? - bap. 1788 (par. - Richard & Jane)
Peter, Peter - bap. 17 5 1821 (par. - Elizabeth Peter)
Peter, Richard - bap. 6 8 1786 (par. - Richard & Jane)
Peters, Anne - bap. 30 9 1770 (par. - Mary Peters single)
Peters, John - bap. 30 6 1728 (par. - William & Jennet)
Peters, Robert - bap. 29 1 1726 (par. - William & Jennet)
Philips, Elizabeth - bap. 27 9 1819 (par. - Thomas & Mary)
Philips, James - bap. 30 4 1786 (par. - James & Anne)
Philips, John - bap. 23 4 1815 (par. - Thomas & Sarah)
Phillips, Alice - bap. 23 3 1908 (par. - John & Jane)
Phillips, Ann - bap. 16 1 1870 (par. - David & Martha)
Phillips, Audrey - bap. 1 7 1934 (par. - Arthur & Myra)
Phillips, Catherine - bap. 21 6 1964 (par. - William & Vera)
Phillips, Constance - bap. 9 2 1915 (par. - John & Jane)
Phillips, Elizabeth - bap. 12 3 1893 (par. - John & Margaret)
Phillips, Florence - bap. 23 3 1908 (par. - John & Jane)
Phillips, George - bap. 8 4 1748 (par. - John & Alice)
Phillips, Gwendoline - bap. 9 2 1915 (par. - John & Jane)
Phillips, James - bap. 4 4 1858 (par. - James & Margaret)
Phillips, Janice - bap. 9 4 1966 (par. - William & Vera)
Phillips, John - bap. 28 2 1738 (par. - John & Alice)
Phillips, John - bap. 20 4 1860 (par. - James & Margaret)
Phillips, Louis - bap. 16 3 1896 (par. - John & Margaret)
Phillips, Margaret - bap. 28 12 1783 (par. - James & Anne)
Phillips, Margaretta - bap. 1830 (par. - George & Mary)
Phillips, Martha - bap. 22 4 1827 (par. - Thomas & Sarah)
Phillips, Martha - bap. 22 3 1891 (par. - John & Margaret)
Phillips, Mary - bap. 8 7 1792 (par. - James & Ann)
Phillips, Mary - bap. 7 9 1879 (par. - William & Ann)
Phillips, Mary - bap. 16 3 1896 (par. - John & Margaret)
Phillips, Richard - bap. 12 7 1752 (par. - John & Alice)
Phillips, Sarah - bap. 28 4 1822 (par. - Thomas & Sarah)
Phillips, Sidney - bap. 5 6 1887 (par. - Mary)
Phillips, Thomas - bap. 12 9 1824 (par. - Thomas & Sarah)
Phillips, Thomas - bap. 2 6 1889 (par. - John & Margaret)
Phillips, William - bap. 2 11 1736 (par. - John & Alice)
Phillips, William - bap. 27 5 1838 (par. - George & Mary)
Phillips, William - bap. 19 10 1932 (par. - Arthur & Myra)
Phillips, Winifred - bap. 23 2 1917 (par. - John & Jane)
Phillips, Winifred - bap. 24 10 1924 (par. - Albert & Jane)
Pike?, Wyndham - bap. 24 11 1872 (par. - Hugh & Harriet)
Porter, James - bap. 1799 (par. - Thomas & Anne)
Powel, Elizabeth - bap. 13 9 1818 (par. - William & Mary)
Powel, Sarah - bap. 9 5 1813 (par. - Ann Powel)
Powel, William - bap. 20 8 1775 (par. - William & Mary)
Powell, Benjamin - bap. 21 1 1801 (par. - John & Elizabeth)
Powell, John - bap. 1 1 1806 (par. - John & Elizabeth)
Powell, John - bap. 11 10 1816 (par. - William & Mary)
Powell, Joseph - bap. 13 10 1822 (par. - William & Mary)
Powell, Lettice - bap. 21 1 1801 (par. - John & Elizabeth)
Powell, Margaret - bap. 1 9 1777 (par. - William & Mary)
Powell, Martha - bap. 21 1 1801 (par. - John & Elizabeth)
Powell, Mary - bap. 6 7 1829 (par. - William & Mary)
Powell, Thomas - bap. 21 10 1849 (par. - Joseph & Frances)
Powell, Wiliam - bap. 25 6 1820 (par. - William & Mary)
Powell, William - bap. 5 9 1824 (par. - William & Mary)
Poyer, ? (daughter) - bap. 23 11 1729 (par. - Thomas & Elizabeth)
Preece, David - bap. 11 6 1965 (par. - Peter & Judith)
Preece, Rachel - bap. 11 6 1963 (par. - Peter & Judith)
Preece, Sophie - bap. 21 8 1977 (par. - John & Christine)
Preece, Susan - bap. 8 10 1946 (par. - Cyril & Iris)
Prothero, James - bap. 11 3 1781 (par. - William & Mary)
Protheroe, Anne - bap. 20 5 1827 (par. - John & Anne)
Prout, Angela - bap. 21 10 1962 (par. - Stanley & Sheila)
Prout, Catherine - bap. 22 2 1928 (par. - Henry & Catherine)
Prout, Celia - bap. 26 7 1896 (par. - James & Sarah)
Prout, Christine - bap. 30 4 1943 (par. - Donald & Elizabeth)
Prout, Elizabeth - bap. 22 2 1928 (par. - Henry & Catherine)
Prout, Jacqueline - bap. 10 7 1949 (par. - Donald & Martha)
Prout, Jean - bap. 1 3 1945 (par. - Donald & Martha)
Prout, John - bap. 19 10 1920 (par. - Henry & Catherine)
Prout, Lawrence - bap. 28 5 1924 (par. - Henry & Catherine)
Prout, Margaret - bap. 7 4 1946 (par. - Donald & Martha)
Prout, Naomi - bap. 24 8 1985 (par. - William & Elizabeth)
Prout, Patricia - bap. 25 5 1940 (par. - Donald & Martha)
Prout, Rachel Jill - bap. 4 7 1954 (par. - Gwilym & Rachel)
Prout, Rebecca - bap. 9 12 1990 (par. - William & Elizabeth Janet)
Prout, Richard - bap. 8 10 1967 (par. - Stanley & Sheila)
Prout, Sarah - bap. 28 5 1924 (par. - Henry & Catherine)
Prout, Sophia - bap. 4 9 1932 (par. - Henry & Catherine)
Prout, Thomas - bap. 5 6 1898 (par. - James & Sarah)
Prout, William - bap. 4 5 1947 (par. - Donald & Martha)
Prout, William - bap. 15 4 1983 (par. - William & Elizabeth)
Rawlings, Lilian - bap. 10 2 1929 (par. - Henry & Florence)
Reece, Anne - bap. 27 3 1743 (par. - John & Anne)
Reece, John - bap. 7 9 1740 (par. - John & Anne)
Reece, Sarah - bap. 3 9 1749 (par. - Francis & Mary)
Rees, Ann - bap. 29 3 1835 (par. - William & Sarah)
Rees, Anne - bap. 27 2 1810 (par. - James & Mary)
Rees, Edward - bap. 21 6 1755 (par. - Mary Rees)
Rees, Elizabeth - bap. 10 6 1855 (par. - Thomas & Mary)
Rees, Elsie - bap. 1 3 1925 (par. - William & Lilian)
Rees, Francis - bap. 15 5 1763 (par. - Francis & Mary)
Rees, George - bap. 2 4 1871 (par. - Richard & Sarah)
Rees, James - bap. 30 11 1755 (par. - Francis & Mary)
Rees, James - bap. 20 7 1890 (par. - Richard & Martha)
Rees, John - bap. 6 3 1808 (par. - William & Margaret)
Rees, Lettice - bap. 16 11 1760 (par. - Francis & Mary)
Rees, Mary - bap. 12 9 1861 (par. - John & Elizabeth)
Rees, Mary? - bap. 29 9 1751 (par. - Francis & Mary)
Rees, Richard - bap. 2 3 1892 (par. - Richard & Martha)
Rees, Sidney - bap. 20 7 1890 (par. - Richard & Martha)
Rees, William - bap. 16 6 1752 (par. - George & Mary)
Rees, William - bap. 4 4 1852 (par. - Thomas & Mary)
Reese, - - bap. 12 3 1758 (par. - Francis & Mary)
Reynalds, ? (daughter) - bap. 23 5 1784 (par. - William & Martha)
Reynolds, Mary - bap. 9 12 1880 (par. - Thomas & Harriet)
Reynolds, Ruth - bap. 17 12 1922 (par. - Walter & Maggie)
Reynolds, Sarah - bap. 7 4 1793 (par. - Elizabeth)
Richards, Alexander - bap. 14 10 1770 (par. - William & Elizabeth)
Richards, Alexander - bap. 11 8 1778 (par. - William & Elizabeth)
Richards, Alice - bap. 23 6 1918 (par. - William & Frances)
Richards, Anne - bap. 4 7 1773 (par. - William & Elizabeth)
Richards, Anne - bap. 30 7 1775 (par. - William & Elizabeth)
Richards, Doris - bap. 28 5 1909 (par. - James & Martha)
Richards, Elizabeth - bap. 24 3 1782 (par. - William & Elizabeth?)
Richards, John - bap. 29 12 1828 (par. - James & Catherine)
Richards, Mary - bap. 30 6 1785 (par. - William & Elizabeth)
Rigby, Rachel Louise - bap. 14 3 1982 (par. - Neal & Rachel Jill)
Roach, William - bap. 21 6 1785 (par. - Elizabeth)
Roberts, Alexandra - bap. 28 1 1968 (par. - Philip & Margaret)
Roberts, David - bap. 14 11 1976 (par. - Peter & Caroline)
Roberts, Mark - bap. 3 1 1969 (par. - Philip & Margaret)
Roberts, Sarah - bap. 1786 (par. - Benjamin & Sarah)
Roberts, William - bap. 15 12 1784 (par. - Benjamin & Sarah)
Roch, Elizabeth - bap. 8 5 1814 (par. - John & Ann)
Roch, George - bap. 25 11 1827 (par. - Margaret)
Roch, Jessie - bap. 18 5 1882 (par. - James & Hannah)
Roch, Martha - bap. 28 4 1816 (par. - John & Martha)
Rock, Ida - bap. 10 8 1919 (par. - William & Mary)
Roderick, Michael - bap. 27 9 1937 (par. - John & Mary)
Roderick, Timothy - bap. 20 5 1934 (par. - John & Mary)
Rogers, Alexandra - bap. 17 9 1902 (par. - George & Alice)
Rogers, Anne - bap. 25 11 1744 (par. - John & Sarah)
Rogers, Catherine - bap. 2 6 1787 (par. - Griffith & Mary)
Rogers, Elizabeth - bap. 8 1 1733 (par. - John & Sarah)
Rogers, Elizabeth - bap. 1 8 1736 (par. - John & Sarah)
Rogers, Elizabeth - bap. 30 3 1743 (par. - Henry & Mary)
Rogers, Elizabeth - bap. 3 11 1747 (par. - William & Jane)
Rogers, Elizabeth - bap. 8 5 1794 (par. - Griffith & Mary)
Rogers, Griffith - bap. 10 5 1754 (par. - William & Jane)
Rogers, Henry - bap. 7 3 1737 (par. - William & Jane)
Rogers, Jennett - bap. 14 2 1743 (par. - William & Jane)
Rogers, John - bap. 23 8 1747 (par. - John & Sarah)
Rogers, John - bap. 9 5 1773 (par. - James & Mary)
Rogers, John - bap. 22 2 1778 (par. - John & Anne)
Rogers, Katherin - bap. 24 6 1749 (par. - William & Jane)
Rogers, Laura - bap. 6 3 1905 (par. - George & Alice)
Rogers, Margaret - bap. 5 3 1758 (par. - William & Jane)
Rogers, Margery - bap. 24 1 1741 (par. - John & Sarah)
Rogers, Maria - bap. 16 1 1785 (par. - John & Letitia)
Rogers, Martha - bap. 9 1 1907 (par. - George & Alice)
Rogers, Mary - bap. 21 10 1750 (par. - John & Sarah)
Rogers, Mary - bap. 20 9 1751 (par. - William & Jane)
Rogers, Mary - bap. 21 6 1772 (par. - John & Anne)
Rogers, Mary - bap. 1 7 1801 (par. - Griffith & Mary)
Rogers, Sarah - bap. 10 12 1738 (par. - John & Sarah)
Rogers, Sarah - bap. 1 5 1774 (par. - John & Anne)
Rogers, William - bap. 31 8 1740 (par. - William & Jane)
Rogers, William - bap. 5 2 1745 (par. - William & Jane)
Rogers, William - bap. 14 1 1764 (par. - Anne Rogers)
Rogers, William - bap. 19 1 1772 (par. - James & Mary)
Rogers, William - bap. 19 5 1776 (par. - John & Anne)
Rossiter, Muriel - bap. 27 10 1929 (par. - Manfred & Harriet)
Rowe, Anne - bap. 3 5 1772 (par. - John & Hannah)
Rowe, Letitia - bap. 8 10 1769 (par. - John & Hannah)
Rowe, Phyllis - bap. 13 7 1919 (par. - Nathaniel & Rosanna)
Russel, Mary - bap. 19 4 1789 (par. - John & Rebecca)
Russell, George - bap. 15 4 1787 (par. - John & Rebecka)
Russell, Mary - bap. 19 2 1922 (par. - William & Esther)
Russell, William - bap. 10 9 1960 (par. - William & Mary)
Samuel, John - bap. 19 7 1931 (par. - Tristram & Margaret)
Samuel, Peter - bap. 18 8 1929 (par. - Tristram & Margaret)
Samway, Edward - bap. 5 6 1866 (par. - Bernard & Rebecca)
Samway, Mary - bap. 25 8 1868 (par. - Bernard & Rebecca)
Samways, Annie - bap. 2 2 1871 (par. - Bernard & Rebecca)
Samways, Charles - bap. 18 3 1864 (par. - Bernard & Rebecca)
Samways, Elizabeth - bap. 5 12 1861 (par. - Bernard & Rebecca)
Samways, Ellen - bap. 16 7 1882 (par. - Bernard & Jane)
Samways, Lucy - bap. 1 6 1884 (par. - Bernard & Jane)
Scone, George - bap. 24 7 1864 (par. - George & Martha)
Scourfield, John - bap. 23 7 1852 (par. - John & Sarah)
Scourfield, John - bap. 2 11 1855 (par. - John & Sarah)
Scourfield, Louisa - bap. 2 4 1848 (par. - John & Sarah)
Scourfield, Margaret - bap. 6 2 1780 (par. - Thomas & Flora)
Scourfield, Maria - bap. 26 2 1854 (par. - John & Sarah)
Scourfield, Martha - bap. 9 12 1860 (par. - John & Sarah)
Scourfield, Mary - bap. 29 1 1775 (par. - Thomas & Flora)
Scourfield, Sarah - bap. 25 3 1866 (par. - John & Sarah)
Scourfield, Thomas - bap. 25 11 1849 (par. - John & Sarah)
Scourfield, William - bap. 3 9 1777 (par. - Thomas & Flora)
Scurfield, Anne? - bap. 2 3 1783 (par. - Thomas & Flora)
Scurfield, Jane - bap. 16 12 1795 (par. - Thomas & Flora)
Scurfield, Thomas - bap. 10 7 1785 (par. - Thomas & Flora)
Sewell, Timothy - bap. 8 11 1985 (par. - Adrian & Janice)
Shepherd, Jill - bap. 13 9 1964 (par. - Jack & Ruth)
Shutt, Arthur - bap. 25 12 1915 (par. - John & Alice)
Shutt, John - bap. 21 7 1963 (par. - Arthur & Sheila)
Shutt, Patricia - bap. 8 8 1957 (par. - Arthur & Sheila)
Skone, Samuel - bap. 23 9 1906 (par. - Alfred & Annie)
Slade, Myrtle - bap. 4 8 1918 (par. - Norval & Frances)
Smith, Albert - bap. 19 10 1924 (par. - Albert & Gwendoline)
Smith, Emmeline - bap. 11 2 1923 (par. - Albert & Gwendoline)
Smith, Lilian - bap. 22 6 1902 (par. - Edward & Lilian)
Smith, Margaret - bap. 22 12 1895 (par. - William & Ann)
Spure, Anne - bap. 13 7 1969 (par. - Owen & Jill)
Spure, Carol - bap. 11 2 1944 (par. - Thorval & Kathleen)
Spure, Eileen - bap. 5 4 1951 (par. - Thoreval & Kathleen)
Spure, Gareth - bap. 5 4 1953 (par. - Thoreval & Kathleen)
Spure, Kenneth - bap. 5 4 1949 (par. - Thoreval & Kathleen)
Spure, Lee - bap. 26 3 1977 (par. - Owen & Jill)
Spure, Mark - bap. 26 3 1978 (par. - Kenneth & Caroline)
Spure, Melanie - bap. 15 2 1980 (par. - Kenneth & Caroline)
Spure, Owen - bap. 5 4 1946 (par. - Thoreval & Kathleen)
Spure, Phillip - bap. 5 4 1947 (par. - Thoreval & Kathleen)
Spure, Pringle - bap. 26 3 1971 (par. - Owen & Jill)
Stephens, Ann - bap. 14 4 1850 (par. - Thomas & Ann)
Stephens, Benjamin - bap. 9 9 1854 (par. - Thomas & Ann)
Stephens, Benjamin - bap. 28 6 1856 (par. - Thomas & Ann)
Stephens, Ellen - bap. 11 5 1862 (par. - John & Martha)
Stephens, Frances - bap. 22 12 1844 (par. - James & Mary)
Stephens, Helena - bap. 26 9 1897 (par. - Arthur & Mary)
Stephens, Hugh - bap. 13 7 1783 (par. - William & Elizabeth)
Stephens, James - bap. 25 4 1847 (par. - James & Mary)
Stephens, James - bap. 1 8 1852 (par. - Thomas & Ann)
Stephens, Jane - bap. 22 1 1843 (par. - Thomas & Ann)
Stephens, John - bap. 13 10 1844 (par. - Thomas & Ann)
Stephens, Mary - bap. 6 6 1841 (par. - Thomas & Ann)
Stephens, Reginald - bap. 25 12 1893 (par. - Arthur & Mary)
Stephens, Richard - bap. 22 9 1839 (par. - Thomas & Ann)
Stephens, Sarah - bap. 22 10 1837 (par. - Thomas & Ann)
Stephens, Thomas - bap. 27 9 1846 (par. - Thomas & Ann)
Stephens, William - bap. 19 8 1860 (par. - Sarah)
Stevens, Elizabeth - bap. 7 8 1748 (par. - Thomas & Katherine)
Stevens, James - bap. 21 2 1790 (par. - William & Elizabeth)
Stevens, Jannetta - bap. 9 1 1785 (par. - William & Elizabeth)
Stevens, Sarah - bap. 1786 (par. - William & Elizabeth)
Stevens, Thomas - bap. 11 5 1788 (par. - William & Elizabeth)
Stevens, William - bap. 14 12 1817 (par. - James & Frances)
Streets, Dinah - bap. 12 4 1747 (par. - John & Mary)
Streets, Elizabeth - bap. 8 1 1739 (par. - John & Mary)
Streets, Frances? - bap. 12 5 1725 (par. - Thomas & Katherine)
Streets, Lettice - bap. 20 8 1749 (par. - John & Mary)
Streets, Richard - bap. 26 9 1738 (par. - John & Mary)
Streets, Richard - bap. 22 8 1742 (par. - John & Mary)
Streets, Sarah - bap. 15 12 1744 (par. - John & Mary)
Streets, Sarah - bap. 20 9 1767 (par. - Elizabeth Streets single)
Sturdy, Olivia - bap. 18 6 1972 (par. - Keith & Anita)
Symons ?, Frank - bap. 21 4 1901 (par. - Frederick & Mary)
Tankard, Catherin - bap. 29 9 1734 (par. - James & Anne)
Tasker, Ann - bap. 30 12 1838 (par. - John & Maria)
Tasker, George - bap. 25 4 1841 (par. - John & Maria)
Tasker, Jane - bap. 24 3 1850 (par. - John & Maria)
Tasker, John - bap. 27 2 1847 (par. - John & Maria)
Tasker, Maria - bap. 26 2 1843 (par. - John & Maria)
Tasker, Mary - bap. 6 4 1845 (par. - John & Maria)
Tasker, Mary - bap. 30 7 1848 (par. - John & Maria)
Theaker, John - bap. 9 4 1871 (par. - Thomas & Mary)
Thomas, - (daughter) - bap. 1752 (par. - Evan & Margaret)
Thomas, Alexander - bap. 1 1 1755 (par. - John & Frances)
Thomas, Alice - bap. 25 5 1895 (par. - Henry & Fanny)
Thomas, Alice - bap. 21 7 1896 (par. - Henry & Fanny)
Thomas, Ann - bap. 6 6 1835 (par. - John & Charlotte)
Thomas, Anne - bap. 9 4 1734 (par. - Joseph & Catherin)
Thomas, Anne - bap. 27 11 1744 (par. - William & Jane)
Thomas, Anne - bap. 1798 (par. - John & Mary)
Thomas, Anne - bap. 12 8 1827 (par. - David & Elizabeth)
Thomas, Anne - bap. 2 11 1828 (par. - George & Sarah)
Thomas, Annie - bap. 3 1 1889 (par. - Henry & Fanny)
Thomas, Barbara - bap. 30 4 1939 (par. - John & Elsie)
Thomas, Bertha - bap. 28 6 1891 (par. - John & Martha)
Thomas, Bertie - bap. 18 2 1895 (par. - Meshach & Annie)
Thomas, Catherine - bap. 16 12 1888 (par. - John & Martha)
Thomas, Catherine - bap. 7 2 1891 (par. - Mesach & Martha)
Thomas, Charles - bap. 5 4 1807 (par. - John & Mary)
Thomas, Elizabeth - bap. 24 6 1729 (par. - John & Elizabeth)
Thomas, Elizabeth - bap. 26 2 1742 (par. - William & Jane)
Thomas, Elizabeth - bap. 15 3 1752 (par. - John & Frances)
Thomas, Elizabeth - bap. 16 5 1837 (par. - John & Sarah)
Thomas, Elizabeth - bap. 30 3 1881 (par. - John & Martha)
Thomas, Elizabeth - bap. 3 2 1897 (par. - Philip & Anne)
Thomas, Evan - bap. 9 9 1883 (par. - John & Martha)
Thomas, Frances - bap. 27 3 1757 (par. - John & Frances)
Thomas, Francis - bap. 22 7 1741 (par. - William & Jane)
Thomas, Frederick - bap. 4 10 1868 (par. - James & Sarah)
Thomas, George - bap. 10 8 1806 (par. - John & Mary)
Thomas, George - bap. 11 10 1818 (par. - William & Ann)
Thomas, George - bap. 28 6 1846 (par. - George & Catherine)
Thomas, George - bap. 9 2 1892 (par. - Henry & Fanny)
Thomas, Griffith - bap. 29 8 1778 (par. - Thomas & Katherine)
Thomas, Hannah - bap. 10 8 1806 (par. - John & Mary)
Thomas, Hannah - bap. 1 9 1833 (par. - William & Mary)
Thomas, James - bap. 13 10 1839 (par. - John & Sarah)
Thomas, Jane - bap. 24 1 1743 (par. - John & Mary)
Thomas, Jane - bap. 30 9 1753 (par. - William & Jane)
Thomas, John - bap. 25 6 1725 (par. - John & Elizabeth)
Thomas, John - bap. 13 8 1738 (par. - William & Jane)
Thomas, John - bap. 12 11 1758 (par. - Thomas & Elizabeth)
Thomas, John - bap. 20 6 1818 (par. - Mary Thomas)
Thomas, John - bap. 29 4 1849 (par. - George & Catherine)
Thomas, John - bap. 20 12 1898 (par. - Henry & Fanny)
Thomas, John ? - bap. 4 4 1784 (par. - john & Mary)
Thomas, John? - bap. 3 2 1760 (par. - Evan & Margaret)
Thomas, Joseph - bap. 13 2 1837 (par. - John & Charlotte)
Thomas, Katherine - bap. 7 3 1762 (par. - John & Frances)
Thomas, Lettice - bap. 23 1 1744 (par. - John & Frances)
Thomas, Lewis - bap. 29 4 1750 (par. - William & Jane)
Thomas, Margaret - bap. 15 6 1845 (par. - John & Sarah)
Thomas, Maria - bap. 16 1 1790 (par. - John & Mary)
Thomas, Martha - bap. 22 2 1834 (par. - Richard & Mary)
Thomas, Martha - bap. 28 2 1877 (par. - John & Jane)
Thomas, Mary - bap. 9 4 1727 (par. - John & Elizabeth)
Thomas, Mary - bap. 31 12 1749 (par. - John & Frances)
Thomas, Mary - bap. 18 1 1756 (par. - Evan & Margaret)
Thomas, Mary - bap. 1798 (par. - John & Mary)
Thomas, Mary - bap. 18 7 1841 (par. - Thomas & Sarah)
Thomas, Richard - bap. 24 8 1746 (par. - William & Jane)
Thomas, Richard - bap. 10 8 1806 (par. - John & Mary)
Thomas, Richard - bap. 6 10 1811 (par. - Lewis & Martha)
Thomas, Sarah - bap. 6 3 1747 (par. - William & Jane)
Thomas, Sarah - bap. 1 11 1759 (par. - John & Frances)
Thomas, Sarah - bap. 25 12 1785 (par. - John & Mary)
Thomas, Sarah - bap. 6 1 1839 (par. - George & Catherine)
Thomas, Thomas - bap. 25 6 1725 (par. - John & Elizabeth)
Thomas, Thomas - bap. 17 5 1747 (par. - John & Frances)
Thomas, Thomas - bap. 28 3 1792 (par. - John & Mary)
Thomas, William - bap. 9 11 1739 (par. - William & Jane)
Thomas, William - bap. 26 10 1766 (par. - John & Frances)
Thomas, William - bap. 4 4 1841 (par. - George & Catherine)
Thomas, William - bap. 23 10 1842 (par. - John & Sarah)
Tilbury, Mark - bap. 9 4 1967 (par. - Alan & Elsie)
Tilbury, Sian - bap. 5 9 1965 (par. - Alan & Elsie)
Toms, Henry - bap. 15 9 1771 (par. - Michael & Elizabeth)
Tracey, Anne - bap. 9 6 1822 (par. - Joseph & Margaret)
Tracey, Mary - bap. 9 6 1822 (par. - Joseph & Margaret)
Tracey, William - bap. 11 1 1818 (par. - Josep(h) & Margaret)
Tuck, William - bap. 24 11 1867 (par. - Cornelius & Anna)
Tucker, Charles - bap. 29 1 1775 (par. - William & Mary)
Tucker, Elizabeth - bap. 14 10 1833 (par. - William & Ann)
Tucker, Emeline - bap. 24 11 1828 (par. - Mary Tucker)
Tucker, James - bap. 26 5 1787 (par. - William & Mary)
Tucker, James - bap. 20 3 1789 (par. - Willliaam & Mary)
Tucker, James - bap. 27 3 1825 (par. - John & Anne)
Tucker, James - bap. 9 4 1830 (par. - James & Mary)
Tucker, John - bap. 25 1 1784 (par. - John & Mary)
Tucker, John - bap. 4 2 1810 (par. - James & Elizabeth)
Tucker, Margaret - bap. 31 1 1779 (par. - John & Mary)
Tucker, Mary - bap. 25 3 1781 (par. - William & Mary)
Tucker, Mary - bap. 13 11 1791 (par. - Thomas & Elizabeth)
Tucker, Mary - bap. 30 10 1831 (par. - William & Anne)
Tucker, William - bap. 22 9 1776 (par. - William & Mary)
Tucker, William - bap. 13 9 1812 (par. - James & Mary)
Turiccki, Joseph Thomas Willm. - bap. 13 8 1994 (par. - Ian M Turiccki & Janice M Phillips)
Twigg, Elizabeth - bap. 25 6 1732 (par. - William & Anne)
Twigg, Elizabeth? - bap. 1724 (par. - William & Anne)
Twigg, William - bap. 8 3 1729 (par. - William & Anne)
Vallance, Lucie Rose-Marie - bap. 30 12 1990 (par. - Mairead)
Vane, Susanna - bap. 13 2 1731 (par. - Thomas & Elizabeth)
Vaughn, Isaac - bap. 18 3 1787 (par. - James & Mary)
Vaughn, James - bap. 20 2 1785 (par. - James & Mary)
Vittle, Jone - bap. 29 9 1741 (par. - Thomas & Jone)
Voil, Elizabeth - bap. 2 2 1815 (par. - Robert & Lettice)
Voil, Letitia - bap. 2 2 1815 (par. - Robert & Lettice)
Voil, Mary - bap. 11 1 1781 (par. - John & Elizabeth)
Voil, Mary - bap. 2 2 1815 (par. - Robert & Lettice)
Voil, Thomas - bap. 18 2 1819 (par. - Robert & Letitia)
Voile, Anne - bap. 23 3 1797 (par. - Robert & Elizabeth)
Voile, Mary - bap. 1787 (par. - Robert & Elizabeth)
Voile, Robert - bap. 7 1 1784 (par. - John & Elizabeth ?)
Voile, William - bap. 7 1 1784 (par. - John & Elizabeth ?)
Voyl, Robert - bap. 9 6 1779 (par. - John & -)
Voyle, Ann - bap. 28 4 1832 (par. - Robert & Letitia)
Voyle, Robert - bap. 3 5 1821 (par. - Robert & Letitia)
Walden, Samantha - bap. 7 11 1981 (par. - Tina)
Walters, Alice - bap. 6 2 1880 (par. - Thomas & Maria)
Walters, James - bap. 5 11 1876 (par. - Thomas & Mary)
Ward, John - bap. 29 12 1968 (par. - Jeremy & Anne)
Warrell, Nora - bap. 29 6 1894 (par. - Samuel & Mary)
Watkins, Elizabeth - bap. 9 4 1727 (par. - John & Catherin)
Watkins, Henry - bap. 3 3 1782 (par. - Richard & Elizabeth)
Watkins, John - bap. 27 10 1751 (par. - Henry & Abra)
Watkins, Mary - bap. 17 11 1749 (par. - Henry & Abra)
Watkins, Mary - bap. 22 11 1778 (par. - Richard & Elizabeth)
Watkins, Richard - bap. 4 2 1746 (par. - Henry & Abra)
Watkins, Richard - bap. 12 4 1754 (par. - Henry & Abra)
Watkins, Thomas - bap. 16 5 1759 (par. - Henry & Abra)
Watts, Albert - bap. 1 2 1903 (par. - James & Elizabeth)
Watts, Anita - bap. 3 3 1946 (par. - Frederick & Elizabeth)
Watts, Edith - bap. 1907 (par. - James & Elizabeth)
Watts, Edward - bap. 18 3 1898 (par. - Thomas & Elizabeth)
Watts, Edwin - bap. 4 7 1906 (par. - William & Emily)
Watts, Gwendoline - bap. 14 6 1914 (par. - William & Emily)
Watts, John - bap. 2 6 1899 (par. - James & Elizabeth)
Watts, Martha - bap. 2 6 1899 (par. - James & Elizabeth)
Watts, May - bap. 6 1 1938 (par. - Frederick & Elizabeth)
Webb, Alfred - bap. 5 10 1876 (par. - Joseph & Frances)
Webb, Benjamin - bap. 18 2 1726 (par. - Thomas & Margaret)
Webb, Elizabeth - bap. 19 4 1731 (par. - Francis & Anne)
Webb, Elizabeth - bap. 18 3 1734 (par. - John & Elinor)
Webb, John - bap. 30 1 1727 (par. - John & Elinor)
Webb, John - bap. 13 7 1729 (par. - John & Elinor)
Webb, John - bap. 12 2 1845 (par. - Benjamin & Ann)
Webb, John - bap. 17 8 1881 (par. - Joseph & Frances)
Webb, Joseph - bap. 1 1 1852 (par. - Benjamin & Ann)
Webb, Thomas - bap. 7 3 1730 (par. - John & Anne)
Webb, Thomas - bap. 3 2 1843 (par. - Benjamin & Ann)
Weightman, Rosemary - bap. 4 4 1948 (par. - George & Enid)
Whelby, Thomas - bap. 19 9 1916 (par. - Thomas & Martha)
Whellby, Veronica - bap. 24 2 1952 (par. - Thomas & Chrissie)
White, Elizabeth - bap. 13 5 1736 (par. - William & Elizabeth)
White, Eveline - bap. 7 12 1873 (par. - John & Jessie)
White, Frances - bap. 3 11 1782 (par. - Valentine & Elizabeth)
White, James - bap. 20 2 1742 (par. - William & Elizabeth)
White, John - bap. 19 5 1734 (par. - William & Elizabeth)
White, Sarah - bap. 22 10 1738 (par. - William & Elizabeth)
White, Sarah - bap. 22 12 1748 (par. - William & Elizabeth)
White, Valentine - bap. 31 7 1743 (par. - William & Elizabeth)
White, William - bap. 18 11 1745 (par. - William & Elizabeth)
William, - (daughter) - bap. 3 9 1758 (par. - John & Martha)
William, Elizabeth - bap. 1793 (par. - David & Mary)
William, George - bap. 20 7 1797 (par. - David & Mary)
Williams, - - bap. 7 7 1760 (par. - William & Elizabeth)
Williams, Alice - bap. 22 2 1746 (par. - Charles & Jennett)
Williams, Anne - bap. 19 12 1738 (par. - Thomas & Mary)
Williams, Anne - bap. 26 3 1741 (par. - Thomas & Mary)
Williams, Anne - bap. 26 8 1750 (par. - James & Martha)
Williams, Anne - bap. 2 4 1758 (par. - Philip & Mary)
Williams, Anne - bap. 13 1 1771 (par. - Matthew & Elizabeth)
Williams, Anne - bap. 23 5 1790 (par. - David & Mary)
Williams, Anne - bap. 23 10 1831 (par. - George & Maria)
Williams, Arthur - bap. 3 6 1864 (par. - Jason & Mary)
Williams, David - bap. 29 5 1955 (par. - William & Alwyn)
Williams, Diana - bap. 22 6 1835 (par. - George & Maria)
Williams, Elizabeth - bap. 30 4 1728 (par. - William & Sarah)
Williams, Elizabeth - bap. 23 7 1732 (par. - Henry & Mary)
Williams, Elizabeth - bap. 11 7 1736 (par. - Henry & Mary)
Williams, Elizabeth - bap. 24 8 1740 (par. - John & Mary)
Williams, Elizabeth - bap. 4 6 1749 (par. - Charles & Jennett)
Williams, Elizabeth - bap. 1756 (par. - James & Martha)
Williams, Elizabeth - bap. 12 4 1761 (par. - Philip & Mary)
Williams, Elizabeth - bap. 18 12 1771 (par. - William & Elizabeth)
Williams, Elizabeth - bap. 19 8 1810 (par. - George & Mary)
Williams, Elizabeth - bap. 1 6 1829 (par. - George & Maria)
Williams, Elizabeth - bap. 22 3 1891 (par. - William & Elizabeth)
Williams, Elizabeth - bap. 2 2 1954 (par. - Eric & Dilys)
Williams, Ethel - bap. 24 8 1893 (par. - George & Rosa)
Williams, Francis - bap. 18 4 1886 (par. - William & Elizabeth)
Williams, George - bap. 30 4 1826 (par. - George & Martha)
Williams, Henrietta - bap. 27 7 1776 (par. - Matthew & Elizabeth)
Williams, Henry - bap. 1792 (par. - Thomas & Elizabeth)
Williams, Humphrey - bap. 24 9 1778 (par. - Matthew & Elizabeth)
Williams, James - bap. 25 3 1753 (par. - James & Martha)
Williams, James - bap. 18 12 1757 (par. - William & Elizabeth)
Williams, James - bap. 19 6 1757 (par. - Elizabeth Williams)
Williams, James - bap. 2 8 1789 (par. - Thomas & Elizabeth)
Williams, Jane - bap. 21 5 1740 (par. - William & Sarah)
Williams, Jane - bap. 12 1 1834 (par. - Elizabeth Williams)
Williams, Jane - bap. 2 8 1846 (par. - Isaac & Martha)
Williams, Jason - bap. 16 10 1866 (par. - Jason & Mary)
Williams, Jenkin - bap. 21 1 1753 (par. - Henry & Elizabeth)
Williams, Jenkin - bap. 4 3 1768 (par. - Matthew & Elizabeth)
Williams, John - bap. 24 3 1733 (par. - Griffith & Abra)
Williams, John - bap. 9 9 1733 (par. - John & Mary)
Williams, John - bap. 24 12 1742 (par. - Charles & -)
Williams, John - bap. 2 9 1744 (par. - Thomas & Mary)
Williams, John - bap. 23 8 1755 (par. - Charles & Jennett)
Williams, John - bap. 25 11 1759 (par. - William & Elizabeth)
Williams, John - bap. 21 11 1779 (par. - David & Mary)
Williams, John - bap. 7 12 1783 (par. - Mathew & Elizabeth)
Williams, John - bap. 13 5 1827 (par. - George & Maria)
Williams, John - bap. 11 5 1935 (par. - Richard & Violet)
Williams, John - bap. 27 5 1984 (par. - Brian & Ann)
Williams, Lettice - bap. 20 9 1830 (par. - Thomas & Margaretta)
Williams, Margaret - bap. 6 8 1732 (par. - Griffith & Abra)
Williams, Margaret - bap. 23 10 1774 (par. - Matthew & Elizabeth)
Williams, Margaret - bap. 1 6 1787 (par. - David & Mary)
Williams, Maria - bap. 26 5 1834 (par. - George & Maria)
Williams, Martha - bap. 10 8 1738 (par. - William & Sarah)
Williams, Martha - bap. 3 6 1759 (par. - Charles & Jennett)
Williams, Martha - bap. 13 1 1765 (par. - James & Martha)
Williams, Martha - bap. 29 7 1849 (par. - James & Ann)
Williams, Martha - bap. 26 8 1860 (par. - Seth & Ann)
Williams, Martha - bap. 9 5 1875 (par. - John & Anne)
Williams, Mary - bap. 24 4 1743 (par. - William & Sarah)
Williams, Mary - bap. 5 3 1743 (par. - Henry & Mary)
Williams, Mary - bap. 31 3 1751 (par. - Charles & Jennett)
Williams, Mary - bap. 5 7 1764 (par. - William & Elizabeth)
Williams, Mary - bap. 19 6 1785 (par. - James & Margaret)
Williams, Mary - bap. 19 10 1828 (par. - Thomas & Martha)
Williams, Mary? - bap. 29 9 1782 (par. - James & Margaret)
Williams, Matthew - bap. 27 8 1767 (par. - William & Elizabeth)
Williams, Michael - bap. 14 1 1940 (par. - Ronald & Olwen)
Williams, Richard - bap. 7 2 1747 (par. - James & Martha)
Williams, Richard - bap. 9 11 1788 (par. - James & Margaret)
Williams, Richard - bap. 6 10 1811 (par. - John & Anne)
Williams, Richard - bap. 7 8 1825 (par. - George & Maria)
Williams, Richard - bap. 19 10 1828 (par. - Thomas & Martha)
Williams, Richard - bap. 26 2 1854 (par. - George & Mary)
Williams, Richard - bap. 4 10 1914 (par. - Rees & Margaret)
Williams, Rosalie - bap. 23 1 1921 (par. - Rees & Margaret)
Williams, Sarah - bap. 12 4 1761 (par. - Philip & Mary)
Williams, Sarah - bap. 21 5 1769 (par. - Matthew & Elizabeth)
Williams, Seth - bap. 18 9 1875 (par. - William & Elizabeth)
Williams, Susan - bap. 27 12 1772 (par. - Matthew & Elizabeth)
Williams, Susan - bap. 26 2 1837 (par. - Elizabeth)
Williams, Thomas - bap. 12 9 1742 (par. - John & Mary)
Williams, Thomas - bap. 19 10 1743 (par. - Henry & Elizabeth)
Williams, Thomas - bap. 27 12 1761 (par. - William & Elizabeth)
Williams, Thomas - bap. 5 3 1763 (par. - James & Jane)
Williams, Thomas - bap. 19 9 1785 (par. - James & Margaret)
Williams, Thomas - bap. 23 12 1793 (par. - Mathew & Mary)
Williams, Thomas - bap. 24 8 1913 (par. - Evan & Martha)
Williams, William - bap. 7 3 1773 (par. - William & Elizabeth)
Williams, William - bap. 29 9 1782 (par. - James & Margaret)
Williams, William - bap. 13 7 1856 (par. - Seth & Ann)
Wines, Frederick - bap. 9 4 1932 (par. - Arthur & Sarah)
Wines, William - bap. 23 12 1923 (par. - Arthur & Sarah)
Winess, Enid - bap. 23 12 1928 (par. - Arthur & Sarah)
Wood, Teresa - bap. 24 6 1971 (par. - John & Margaret)
Woods, Nathan - bap. 28 9 1971 (par. - Ian & Christina)
Woodward, Leighton - bap. 13 9 1963 (par. - Malcolm & Margaret)
Woolcock, John - bap. 18 9 1726 (par. - Lewis & Elizabeth)
Wright, Anne - bap. 8 9 1742 (par. - John & Anne)
Wright, Elizabeth - bap. 1 9 1735 (par. - John & Anne)
Wright, Gareth - bap. 16 5 1948 (par. - Graham & Annie)
Wright, Ian - bap. 6 5 1950 (par. - Graham & Annie)
Wright, John - bap. 9 1 1745 (par. - John & Anne)
Wright, Pryse - bap. 7 4 1740 (par. - John & Anne)
Wright, Thomas - bap. 8 2 1824 (par. - Peter & Martha)
Wyeatt, Ane - bap. 5 12 1758 (par. - Edward & Elizabeth)
Wyeatt, Edward - bap. 24 4 1768 (par. - Edward & Elizabeth)
Wyeatt, Henrietta - bap. 17 8 1766 (par. - Edward & Elizabeth)
Wyeatt, James - bap. 5 8 1770 (par. - Edward & Elizabeth)
Wyeatt, John - bap. 23 4 1764 (par. - Edward & Elizabeth)
Wyeatt, Mary - bap. 21 2 1762 (par. - Edward & Elizabeth)
Wyeatt, Richard - bap. 9 6 1772 (par. - Edward & Elizabeth)
Wyeatt, William - bap. 29 6 1760 (par. - Edward & Elizabeth)
Young, Anthony - bap. 30 8 1942 (par. - Harold & Winifred)
Young, Elizabeth - bap. 18 9 1953 (par. - Hubert & Mavis)
Young, Jephtha - bap. 16 10 1737 (par. - John & Mary)
Young, John - bap. 8 3 1729 (par. - John & Mary)
Young, June - bap. 18 9 1955 (par. - Hubert & Mavis)
Young, Margaret - bap. 11 3 1928 (par. - Harold & Winifred)

Stackpole Elidor Church - Marriage Register.

Adams, David to Barbara Thomas 15 7 1961
Adams, George to Elizabeth Barnett 14 11 1829
Adams, Jane to John Jenkins 10 9 1864
Ainsworth, David to Susan Lewis 23 1 1988
Amson, Anne to Thomas James 26 11 1774
Amson, Mary to William Davis 15 7 1769
Anderson, Donald to Frances White 14 11 1809
Armstrong, Julie to Robert Courtney 15 7 1978
Ash, Alice to ? Phillips 30 12 1735
Ash, Mary to John Thomas 11 11 1727
Bardsley, Rosemarie to Alan Canton 6 8 1966
Barlow, Eliza to Frederick Morgans 6 8 1907
Barnes, Alan to Elizabeth Mathias 30 9 1967
Barnet?, Sarah to Benjamin Roach 24 2 1816
Barnett, Elizabeth to George Adams 14 11 1829
Barrett, Richard to Ann Lewis 8 10 1859
Barrett, Richard to Christine Kiln 22 5 1971
Bartlett, Margaret to Thomas Palmer 19 2 1792
Bartlett, Mary to Jonas Bowen 12 11 1766
Bateman, Ann to Brian Williams 20 10 1976
Bateman, Brian to Margot Behnsen 8 8 1970
Bateman, Joyce to William Mason 23 6 1951
Bateman, Judith to David Street 28 6 1980
Bateman, Margaret to Brian Goodman 6 1 1962
Bateman, Thomas to Mary Watts 2 11 1912
Baunicke, Paul to Mary Evans 22 12 1949
Beardmore, Julia to John Neil Roberts 4 7 1987
Behnsen, Margot to Brian Bateman 8 8 1970
Bellamy, Christine to David Shipp 13 5 1972
Bennion, Elizabeth to David Birt-Llewellin 24 9 1960
Bevans, John to Mary Reece 23 10 1731
Bevans, Owen to Alice Griffith 29 10 1745
Bevans, Paul to Angela James 24 6 1978
Beynon, Elizabeth to Edward Mason 31 10 1746
Beynon, George to Ann Harrison 30 5 1865
Beynon, John to Barbara Jones 17 9 1809
Beynon, Lilian to William Phillips 21 5 1914
Beynon, Margaret to James Hutchings 27 3 1879
Beynon, Mary to John Thomas 13 11 1861
Beynon, Mary to Stephen Phillips 4 11 1863
Beynon, Rebecca to John Watts 12 3 1857
Birt-Llewellin, David to Elizabeth Bennion 24 9 1960
Blethyn, Ann to William Tucker 23 12 1830
Botham, Gertrude to Thomas Whelby 2 12 1953
Boulsher, Daniel to Jone Williams ? 10 1734
Bowen, Abra to Griffith Williams 2 10 1731
Bowen, Angela to Robert Mills 25 8 1973
Bowen, Ann to James Davies 12 10 1871
Bowen, Dilys to Eric Williams 12 4 1952
Bowen, Elizabeth to John Hood 26 12 1922
Bowen, Jennifer to John Smith 6 4 1985
Bowen, Jonas to Mary Bartlett 12 11 1766
Bowen, Mary to George Mathias 8 5 1840
Bowen, Moses to Elizabeth Reynald 29 9 1736
Bowen, Ronald to Brenda Davies 5 11 1955
Bowen, William to Ann Thomas 26 10 1816
Bowen, William to Priscilla Jenkins 17 3 1822
Bowling, Anne to Jeremy Ward 12 9 1964
Bowling, Elizabeth to John Long 15 11 1845
Boyer, Lettice to William David 29 9 1739
Boyle, Courtenay to Muriel Campbell 20 4 1876
Boyle, Elizabeth to Griffith Hutchings 29 5 1834
Brace, Bridget to John Jones 13 10 1785
Brace, Eunice to Sydney Jones 26 11 1955
Brace, Thomas to Ann Davies 24 5 1879
Brackpool, David to Lorna Nicholas 12 7 1986
Bradstock, Michael to Patricia Edwards 3 8 1968
Brenning, William to Anne Davies 4 11 1820
Britt, Elizabeth to John Weaver 19 2 1765
Brixton, Dorothy to Thomas Cole 17 4 1922
Brooks, Elizabeth to Benjamin Davies 27 8 1842
Brown, Ann to Benjamin Webb 9 10 1841
Brunning, Anne to William James 17 10 1789
Bullivant, Trevor to Yvonne Goodman 7 11 1987
Burton, Constance to Wilfred Morgan 17 2 1958
Burton, Dorothy to Ronald Gwyther 30 9 1959
Burton, Dulcie to Christopher Jelley 29 10 1958
Burton, Eileen to James Dickins 25 7 1951
Burton, Elsie to Eric Jones 28 4 1954
Burton, George to Dilys Thomas 15 6 1955
Burton, Marjorie to Laurence Price 4 7 1956
Butcher, Charles to Alice Morse 4 7 1899
Butler, James to Mary James 13 3 1806
Butler, John to Jane Hood 12 11 1840
Butler, Peter to Ann Voyle 29 5 1810
Butler, Sheila to Arthur Shutt 26 3 1955
Buttler, Edward to Ruth David 30 10 1762
Cadwalader, Hanna to George Williams 7 2 1727
Callan, Clifford to Josephine Howells 3 3 1962
Campbell, Muriel to Courtenay Boyle 20 4 1876
Canton, Alan to Rosemarie Bardsley 6 8 1966
Canton, John to Elizabeth Evans 28 10 1797
Canton, John to Margaret Owen 31 10 1857
Canton, John to Elin Mary Jones 30 7 1994
Canton, Kathleen to Thorval Spure 6 9 1944
Canton, Mary to John Richards 29 10 1898
Canton, Peter to Ailsa Davies 3 8 1974
Canton, Ronald to Selina John 24 6 1944
Canton, Thomas to Martha Phillips 31 10 1912
Canton, Thomas to Clytha Mathias 25 8 1945
Canton, William to Martha Williams 24 7 1886
Canton, William James to Sandra James 16 6 1979
Carrow, Richard to Anne Wright 12 5 1771
Castle, Elizabeth to David Thomas 10 9 1826
Chalmers, Iain Donald to Jane Elizabeth Goodman 24 8 1991
Charlett, Gwyn to Pauline Jones 24 10 1987
Chester, Charlotte to Walter Mousley 1 10 1874
Child, Anne to Richard Merchant 6 10 1744
Churchill, John to Martha Phillip 23 1 1866
Cilkin?, Alexander to Elizabeth Scale 11 6 1780
Clark, Dorothy to John James 3 8 1953
Clark, Sarah to Robert Rogers 18 7 1818
Cocram, Elizabeth to Henry? Lawless 27 12 1729
Cole, Barbara to Ronald Gwyther 5 8 1946
Cole, Dorothy to Frederick Dyson 27 9 1947
Cole, Elizabeth to Samuel Mason 21 10 1780
Cole, George to Anne John 13 11 1824
Cole, Harriet to Manfred Rossiter 31 10 1928
Cole, James to Mary Thomas 17 10 1829
Cole, John to Annie Harries 5 6 1909
Cole, Thomas to Dorothy Brixton 17 4 1922
Cole, William to Eliza Williams 16 7 1891
Cole, William to Alice Roberts 31 10 1931
Coles, Ann to Alfred Johns 17 4 1909
Colins, Jone to Thomas Hughs 30 9 1727
Colins, William to Margaret Thomas 31 10 1749
Collins, Margaret to John Thomas 7 10 1780
Cook, Mary to Henry Duggan 23 6 1763
Cook, Mary to George Leach 20 3 1814
Coombes, Catherine to Henry Prout 1 4 1918
Cosins, John to Margaret Hood 14 6 1753
Courtney, Robert to Julie Armstrong 15 7 1978
Cousins, Alice to George Scourfield 20 12 1913
Couzens, Anne to John Rogers 21 12 1771
Cox, Janet to Christopher Waters 18 9 1971
Cummings, Elizabeth to William Hand 29 7 1818
Cuthbert, George to Elizabeth Thomas 14 10 1879
Cuthbert, Jane to James Harding 11 5 1880
David, ? to Martha Millard 18 10 1729
David, Anne to Francis Webb 16 6 1730
David, Anne to Lewis Jones 11 11 1758
David, Elizabeth to John Jones 20 10 1759
David, John to Mary Morrice 7 5 1742
David, John to Martha David 6 10 1744
David, Martha to John David 6 10 1744
David, Martha to Thomas Jones 24 4 1748
David, Mary to William Griffiths 14 6 1724
David, Mary to George Rees 8 4 1751
David, Mary to Henry Phillips 9 1 1753
David, Ruth to Edward Buttler 30 10 1762
David, William to Lettice Boyer 29 9 1739
David, William to Anne Reece 8 5 1763
Davies, Ailsa to Peter Canton 3 8 1974
Davies, Ann to William Evans 24 7 1869
Davies, Ann to Thomas Brace 24 5 1879
Davies, Ann to Thomas Davies 9 9 1882
Davies, Anne to William Brenning 4 11 1820
Davies, Benjaman to Mary James 24 10 1885
Davies, Benjamin to Letitia Rees 8 5 1789
Davies, Benjamin to Elizabeth Brooks 27 8 1842
Davies, Benjamin to Margaret Phillips 27 12 1856
Davies, Brenda to Ronald Bowen 5 11 1955
Davies, Catherine to George Thomas 31 10 1835
Davies, Charlotte to George Howells 5 9 1846
Davies, David to Catherine Rogers 11 1 1818
Davies, Dinah to John Harris 2 3 1786
Davies, Elizabeth to Thomas Hay 6 10 1747
Davies, Elizabeth to James Williams 28 6 1831
Davies, Elizabeth to William Walters 14 12 1850
Davies, Elizabeth to William Young 10 4 1915
Davies, Esther to John Thomas 19 11 1853
Davies, Esther to Henry Mathias 10 12 1874
Davies, Frances to John Williams 26 9 1846
Davies, George to Mary Voyle 19 12 1809
Davies, George to Mary Harries 23 3 1852
Davies, George to Constance Phillips 14 6 1923
Davies, Innes to Mary Jones 1 8 1812
Davies, Ivor to Elizabeth Griffiths 11 5 1939
Davies, James to Ann Bowen 12 10 1871
Davies, James to Winifred Parcell 6 11 1930
Davies, John to Susan Preece 23 5 1970
Davies, Lettice to Henry Lowden 28 10 1829
Davies, Lilian to George Evans 18 2 1922
Davies, Margaret to John James 3 11 1763
Davies, Margaret to John James 3 11 1764
Davies, Margaret to Thomas Williams 12 4 1828
Davies, Margaret to John Williams 17 2 1840
Davies, Martha to John Jones 12 1 1839
Davies, Martha to Thomas Mathews 9 8 1862
Davies, Mary to Benjamin Hall 5 8 1775
Davies, Mary to John Harries 19 1 1806
Davies, Richard to Susan Huxtable 19 9 1970
Davies, Rosanna to Nathaniel Rowe 23 10 1917
Davies, Sarah to Stephen James 17 10 1846
Davies, Sarah to Richard Rees 4 12 1869
Davies, Stephen to Mary White 5 2 1743
Davies, Stephen to Hester Herbert 8 7 1831
Davies, Thomas to Frances James 16 7 1803
Davies, Thomas to Ann Davies 9 9 1882
Davies, William to Mary Prout 30 6 1726
Davies, William to Jane Price 28 6 1834
Davies, William to Martha Williams 20 9 1845
Davis, John to Elizabeth Williams 15 7 1780
Davis, William to Mary Amson 15 7 1769
Dawkins, Alice to George Tenant 4 6 1735
Dawkins, Alice to William Whelling 21 9 1800
Dawkins, Ann to William Summers 6 8 1831
Dawkins, Elizabeth to Thomas Griffith 18 9 1802
Dawkins, Henry to Lettice Streets 5 9 1725
Dawkins, John to Mary Lewis 17 10 1751
Dawkins, Mary to James Roch 1 11 1746
Dawkins, Thomas to Dorothy John 8 11 1783
Day, Juliet to Richard John Evans 22 6 1991
Deamas, Herbert to Ann Jones 23 3 1854
Dean, Frederick to Janet Henton 21 6 1938
Dickens, Frederick to Iris Nicholas 2 8 1947
Dickins, James to Eileen Burton 25 7 1951
Disney, Rachel to Alexander Philip Holland 29 5 1993
Dix, Edith to Alfred Nicholas 8 6 1935
Dodd, Janice to Adrian Sewell 12 2 1977
Dool, Mary to James Gwyther 6 11 1770
Doole, John to Mary Rogers 24 10 1738
Drinkwater, John to Jane Philips 13 10 1759
Duggan, Catherine to Thomas Thomas 13 9 1777
Duggan, Elizabeth to Matthew Williams 21 4 1767
Duggan, Elizabeth to Thomas Williams 23 2 1788
Duggan, Frances to John George 4 5 1765
Duggan, Henry to Elizabeth Reece 23 9 1727
Duggan, Henry to Mary Cook 23 6 1763
Duggan, Margaret to James Williams 22 11 1781
Duggan, Mary to William Owens 13 3 1771
Duggan, Thomas to Mary Jones 28 7 1771
Dyson, Frederick to Dorothy Cole 27 9 1947
Edmund, Jane to Thomas Griffith 2 2 1739
Edwards, Anne to Thomas Williams 9 12 1786
Edwards, David to Pamela Jenkins 3 4 1972
Edwards, Elizabeth to Thomas Hay 31 5 1783
Edwards, Eric Brynley to Olwen Evans 20 4 1946
Edwards, John to Maria Furlong 20 7 1869
Edwards, John to Frances Mathews 10 7 1880
Edwards, John to Elizabeth James 8 2 1890
Edwards, Mary to William Roch 7 4 1917
Edwards, Patricia to Michael Bradstock 3 8 1968
Edwards, Sampson to Jane Griffith 28 4 1753
Eliot, Anne to Francis Meare? 23 6 1726
Elliston, Richard to Anne Griffiths 26 10 1828
Epster, Jane to George Hay 2 3 1833
Esmond, David to Carol Spure 1 6 1963
Esmond, Thomas to Violet Phillips 4 6 1963
Evans, Alun to Jacqueline Prout 21 4 1976
Evans, Ann to Thomas Harris 23 4 1853
Evans, Anne to John Reece 24 5 1740
Evans, Daniel to Martha Tucker 5 10 1839
Evans, Elizabeth to John Canton 28 10 1797
Evans, Frances to Joseph Webb 21 10 1875
Evans, Frances to James Jones 1 9 1919
Evans, George to Lilian Davies 18 2 1922
Evans, Gwerful Eleanor to Eric Hathway 10 8 1955
Evans, Hester to William Paige 9 10 1919
Evans, John to Margaret Scourfield 25 1 1883
Evans, Margaret to John Phillips 20 11 1886
Evans, Mary to John Jenkins 28 7 1833
Evans, Mary to Paul Baunicke 22 12 1949
Evans, Olwen to Eric Brynley Edwards 20 4 1946
Evans, Rachel to Richard Pryse 25 6 1895
Evans, Richard John to Juliet Day 22 6 1991
Evans, Thomas to Mary Williams 8 6 1920
Evans, William to Ann Davies 24 7 1869
Evans, William to Annie Harries 19 5 1917
Evans, William to Ida Roch 26 4 1947
Eynon, Beryl to John Nisbet 9 8 1947
Fath, Christian to Julie Elizabeth Tudge 28 10 1989
Fitch, David to Joanna Kiln 6 1 1973
Fortune, John to Mary Tucker 1 8 1829
Freeman, Joseph to Sophia Prout 14 10 1915
Froyne, William to Elizabeth Streets 6 10 1782
Furlong, Ann to John Griffith 26 3 1831
Furlong, Catherine to John Gwyther 13 8 1857
Furlong, Fanny to Edwin Hore 9 4 1857
Furlong, John to Susan Gough 13 5 1746
Furlong, John to Martha10 Hitchins 10 5 1781
Furlong, John to Margaret Williams 20 9 1816
Furlong, Maria to John Edwards 20 7 1869
Furlong, Mary to George Williams 18 1 1810
Furlong, Sarah to Henry Morgan 7 7 1805
Furlong, Susan to William Lloyd 16 12 1775
Furlong, William to Violet Jenkins 1 10 1939
Garbatt, John to Mary Thomas 8 12 1828
Garlick, Alison Margaret to Simon Peter Charles Hagan 9 10 1993
Garlick, Colin to Sheila Mathias 30 3 1970
Garlick, Ivy to John Webster 17 4 1963
Garratt, Angela to Neil Thomas 27 8 1988
George, John to Frances Duggan 4 5 1765
Gibbon, William to Christine Prout 27 11 1965
Gill, Terence to Gillian Preece 19 3 1960
Goodman, Brian to Margaret Bateman 6 1 1962
Goodman, Jane Elizabeth to Iain Donald Chalmers 24 8 1991
Goodman, Yvonne to Trevor Bullivant 7 11 1987
Goss, Abraham to Elizabeth Morse 6 11 1779
Gough, Abraham to Lettice Hughs 23 8 1755
Gough, Susan to John Furlong 13 5 1746
Green, John to Elizabeth Powell 13 1 1842
Griffith, Alice to Owen Bevans 29 10 1745
Griffith, Jane to Sampson Edwards 28 4 1753
Griffith, John to Martha Griffith 29 5 1825
Griffith, John to Diana Hitchings 27 10 1827
Griffith, John to Ann Furlong 26 3 1831
Griffith, Martha to John Griffith 29 5 1825
Griffith, Mary to Thomas Philips 3 11 1776
Griffith, Mary to Richard Wade 31 1 1797
Griffith, Mary to George Stephens 16 10 1853
Griffith, Rowland to Mary Morse 17 12 1820
Griffith, Thomas to Jane Edmund 2 2 1739
Griffith, Thomas to Elizabeth Dawkins 18 9 1802
Griffith, William to Henrietta Williams 6 11 1802
Griffiths, Anne to Richard Elliston 26 10 1828
Griffiths, Elizabeth to Ivor Davies 11 5 1939
Griffiths, Evan to Beryl Mathias 22 7 1942
Griffiths, James to Elizabeth Williams 14 10 1893
Griffiths, James to Elsie Richards 17 5 1932
Griffiths, John to Ann Tucker 16 1 1842
Griffiths, John to Mary Howells 13 9 1845
Griffiths, Sarah to James James 22 4 1837
Griffiths, Thomas to Margaret Rogers 26 4 1932
Griffiths, William to Mary David 14 6 1724
Griffiths, William to Mary Nicholas 23 1 1872
Grist, Edith to Arthur Hall 18 6 1924
Grist, Florence to David Hall 14 6 1922
Gwyther, Charlotte to John Kay 19 6 1860
Gwyther, Elizabethh to Benjamin Saunders 15 8 1769
Gwyther, Elizabethj to Abraham Powell 6 2 1770
Gwyther, Fanny to Henry Thomas 18 10 1888
Gwyther, Francis to Maria Hood 5 1 1826
Gwyther, George to Elizabeth Richards 17 10 1877
Gwyther, James to Mary Dool 6 11 1770
Gwyther, Jane to Thomas Gwyther 6 2 1790
Gwyther, John to Lettice Teage 29 6 1789
Gwyther, John to Catherine Furlong 13 8 1857
Gwyther, Maria to Francis Morris 27 10 1887
Gwyther, Mary to William Powell 19 5 1774
Gwyther, Mary to Henry Luly 18 4 1799
Gwyther, Ronald to Barbara Cole 5 8 1946
Gwyther, Ronald to Dorothy Burton 30 9 1959
Gwyther, Thomas to Jane Gwyther 6 2 1790
Hagan, Simon Peter Charles to Alison Garlick 9 10 1993
Hall, Ann to John Tucker 1 1 1825
Hall, Anne to Thomas Porter 13 10 1798
Hall, Arthur to Edith Grist 18 6 1924
Hall, Benjamin to Mary Davies 5 8 1775
Hall, David to Florence Grist 14 6 1922
Hall, Henry to Mary Jones 28 9 1728
Hall, James to Mary Lloyd 22 1 1761
Hall, James to Mary Roberts 13 2 1802
Hall, James to Mary Jones 29 4 1809
Hall, Martha to Isaac Harris 12 5 1832
Hall, Mary to James John 29 10 1763
Hall, Rees to Mary Rees 4 2 1758
Hall, William to Margaret Thomas 19 6 1853
Hand, William to Elizabeth Cummings 29 7 1818
Harding, James to Jane Cuthbert 11 5 1880
Harries, Alfred to Ellen Lewis 7 11 1891
Harries, Alfred to Annie Mathias 22 10 1910
Harries, Annie to John Cole 5 6 1909
Harries, Annie to William Evans 19 5 1917
Harries, Emily to Albert Rees 30 11 1910
Harries, John to Mary Davies 19 1 1806
Harries, Martha to Thomas Whelby 29 6 1915
Harries, Mary to George Davies 23 3 1852
Harris, Isaac to Martha Hall 12 5 1832
Harris, John to Dinah Davies 2 3 1786
Harris, Thomas to Ann Evans 23 4 1853
Harrison, Ann to George Beynon 30 5 1865
Hathway, Eric to Gwerful Eleanor Evans 10 8 1955
Hay, George to Jane Epster 2 3 1833
Hay, Graham to Patricia Shutt 31 10 1981
Hay, John to Anne Jones 7 5 1774
Hay, Sarah to Peter Johns 16 9 1842
Hay, Thomas to Elizabeth Davies 6 10 1747
Hay, Thomas to Elizabeth Edwards 31 5 1783
Hay, Thomas to Frances Stephens 29 9 1838
Heggs, Rachel to Gwilym Prout 11 7 1953
Heir, James to Jane Thomas 4 9 1803
Henton, Janet to Frederick Dean 21 6 1938
Herbert, Hester to Stephen Davies 8 7 1831
Hier, George to Mary Lewis 22 6 1805
Higson, John to Ann Hughes 6 3 1870
Hill, John to Mary Williams 17 11 1743
Hillen, Margaret to Henry Morgans 26 11 1772
Hitchings, Diana to John Griffith 27 10 1827
Hitchings, Elizabeth to John Powell 6 12 1798
Hitchings, Henry to Jone Loyd 15 7 1733
Hitchings, Margaret to George? Rogers 11 8 1740
Hitchings, Richard to Mary Loogan 2 4 1783
Hitchins, Martha10 to John Furlong 10 5 1781
Holland, Alexander Philip to Rachel Disney 29 5 1993
Holmes, Myra to Arthur Phillips 26 3 1932
Hood, Elizabeth to Henry Raisin 13 4 1869
Hood, George to Maria Rogers 27 11 1814
Hood, Jane to John Butler 12 11 1840
Hood, John to Elizabeth Bowen 26 12 1922
Hood, Margaret to John Cosins 14 6 1753
Hood, Maria to Francis Gwyther 5 1 1826
Hood, Mary to John Streets 20 10 1737
Hore, Edwin to Fanny Furlong 9 4 1857
Hose, Mary to Thomas Johns 20 10 1884
Howell, Abraham to Hannah Watkins 6 1 1765
Howell, Elizabeth to William Williams 11 11 1756
Howell, George to Mary Howell 13 12 1759
Howell, Hugh to Jone Rowe 27 9 1730
Howell, Mary to George Howell 13 12 1759
Howells, Elsie to Hans Lustig 15 12 1949
Howells, George to Charlotte Davies 5 9 1846
Howells, Josephine to Clifford Callan 3 3 1962
Howells, Mary to John Griffiths 13 9 1845
Hughes, Ann to John Higson 6 3 1870
Hughes, Jane to David Morgan 20 6 1809
Hughes, John to Dorothy Warlow 16 10 1790
Hughes, John to Mary Phillips 6 8 1864
Hughs, Elizabeth to Thomas Nash 21 10 1758
Hughs, John to Elizabeth Morrice 1 1 1759
Hughs, Lettice to Abraham Gough 23 8 1755
Hughs, Thomas to Elinor Thomas 20 8 1727
Hughs, Thomas to Jone Colins 30 9 1727
Hustler, Spencer to Anne Leach 21 2 1854
Hutchings, Griffith to Elizabeth Boyle 29 5 1834
Hutchings, James to Margaret Beynon 27 3 1879
Huxtable, Susan to Richard Davies 19 9 1970
James, Angela to Paul Bevans 24 6 1978
James, Anne to George Morgans 11 12 1824
James, Elizabeth to William Rees 26 11 1791
James, Elizabeth to Thomas James 7 4 1838
James, Elizabeth to John Edwards 8 2 1890
James, Ellen to William Stephens 19 12 1903
James, Frances to Thomas Davies 16 7 1803
James, Henry to Jane Nicholas 28 12 1850
James, James to Sarah Griffiths 22 4 1837
James, John to Margaret Davies 3 11 1763
James, John to Margaret Davies 3 11 1764
James, John to Anne Rees 15 10 1772
James, John to Dorothy Clark 3 8 1953
James, Margaret to Eric Nicholas 4 4 1959
James, Martha to William James 12 12 1829
James, Mary to James Butler 13 3 1806
James, Mary to William Rowlands 30 5 1818
James, Mary to David Williams 14 10 1837
James, Mary to Benjaman Davies 24 10 1885
James, Ronald to Eunice Thomas 6 8 1955
James, Sandra to William James Canton 16 6 1979
James, Stephen to Sarah Davies 17 10 1846
James, Thomas to Anne Amson 26 11 1774
James, Thomas to Elizabeth James 7 4 1838
James, Thomas to Elizabeth Tucker 12 1 1839
James, Thomas to Elizabeth Long 2 10 1909
James, William to Anne Brunning 17 10 1789
James, William to Martha James 12 12 1829
James, William to Mabel Shutt 19 6 1948
Jelley, Christopher to Dulcie Burton 29 10 1958
Jenkins, Ewan to Mary Thomas 30 8 1961
Jenkins, John to Mary Evans 28 7 1833
Jenkins, John to Jane Adams 10 9 1864
Jenkins, Pamela to David Edwards 3 4 1972
Jenkins, Pauline to Peter Mackay 22 9 1973
Jenkins, Priscilla to William Bowen 17 3 1822
Jenkins, Violet to William Furlong 1 10 1939
Jennings, David to Sandra Louise Mathias 28 10 1995
John, Anne to George Cole 13 11 1824
John, Arthur to Olwyn Phillips 21 7 1945
John, Dorothy to Thomas Dawkins 8 11 1783
John, Elizabeth to Thomas John 17 2 1759
John, Elsie to James John 28 4 1951
John, Evan to Margaret Jones 28 4 1744
John, George to Jane Owens 14 11 1829
John, Ivy to Thomas Lloyd 24 6 1941
John, James to Mary Hall 29 10 1763
John, James to Elsie John 28 4 1951
John, Kathryn Louise to James Richard Jones 26 9 1992
John, Keith to Lesley Phillips 18 12 1965
John, Mary to Leslie Williams 3 3 1973
John, Oswald to Winifred Phillips 21 7 1945
John, Selina to Ronald Canton 24 6 1944
John, Sophie to John White 17 8 1873
John, Thomas to Elizabeth John 17 2 1759
Johns, Alfred to Ann Coles 17 4 1909
Johns, Elizabeth to William Morgan 3 6 1909
Johns, Mark to Alice Long 8 12 1906
Johns, Mary to George Mills 21 8 1902
Johns, Peter to Sarah Hay 16 9 1842
Johns, Thomas to Mary Hose 20 10 1884
Jones, Andrea to Peter Lilley 4 4 1964
Jones, Ann to Herbert Deamas 23 3 1854
Jones, Anne to John Mosely 4 10 1772
Jones, Anne to John Hay 7 5 1774
Jones, Anne to James Vaughan 3 3 1791
Jones, Barbara to John Beynon 17 9 1809
Jones, Catherine to Thomas Stephens 3 10 1747
Jones, Elin Mary to John Canton 30 7 1994
Jones, Elizabeth to William White 6 11 1731
Jones, Elizabeth to William Stephens 9 5 1783
Jones, Elizabeth to George Picton 24 10 1914
Jones, Eric to Elsie Burton 28 4 1954
Jones, Hesther to David Thomas 4 1 1741
Jones, Isaac to Elizabeth Williams 3 7 1757
Jones, Ivor to Gwendoline Phillips 2 4 1932
Jones, James to Sarah Philips 17 8 1767
Jones, James to Martha Williams 1 3 1811
Jones, James to Frances Evans 1 9 1919
Jones, James Richard to Kathryn Louise John 26 9 1992
Jones, John to Elizabeth David 20 10 1759
Jones, John to Bridget Brace 13 10 1785
Jones, John to Martha Davies 12 1 1839
Jones, John to Elsie Mathias 26 1 1924
Jones, Lewis to Anne David 11 11 1758
Jones, Margaret to Evan John 28 4 1744
Jones, Margaret to John Narbett 22 4 1865
Jones, Mary to Henry Hall 28 9 1728
Jones, Mary to John Powel 31 1 1728
Jones, Mary to Thomas Duggan 28 7 1771
Jones, Mary to James Hall 29 4 1809
Jones, Mary to Innes Davies 1 8 1812
Jones, Mary to John Roch 19 12 1824
Jones, Pamela to Gareth Rees 18 6 1988
Jones, Pauline to Gwyn Charlett 24 10 1987
Jones, Peter to Patricia Prout 18 10 1961
Jones, Richard to Hesther Morrice 5 10 1727
Jones, Sarah to William Philpin 2 11 1782
Jones, Sydney to Eunice Brace 26 11 1955
Jones, Thomas to Martha David 24 4 1748
Jones, Thomas to Mary Thomas 24 3 1804
Jones, William to Elizabeth Lawrence 23 1 1762
Jones, William to Elizabeth Mathias 10 12 1885
Kay, John to Charlotte Gwyther 19 6 1860
Kiln, Christine to Richard Barrett 22 5 1971
Kiln, Joanna to David Fitch 6 1 1973
Kinnan?, William to Mary Thomas 1 3 1834
Lawless, Henry? to Elizabeth Cocram 27 12 1729
Lawrence, Elizabeth to William Jones 23 1 1762
Lawrence, John to Mary Williams 8 12 1770
Leach, Abraham to Sarah Streets 10 10 1772
Leach, Anne to Spencer Hustler 21 2 1854
Leach, George to Mary Cook 20 3 1814
Leach, Mary to Richard Scourfield 15 6 1754
Leonard, Violet to Richard Williams 24 11 1934
Lewis, Ann to Richard Barrett 8 10 1859
Lewis, Ellen to Alfred Harries 7 11 1891
Lewis, Henry to Frances Thomas 26 8 1777
Lewis, Mary to John Dawkins 17 10 1751
Lewis, Mary to George Hier 22 6 1805
Lewis, Millicent to Peter Pannell 25 11 1961
Lewis, Ronald to Gladys Joan Phillips 4 4 1942
Lewis, Susan to David Ainsworth 23 1 1988
Lewis, Thomas to Dilys Prout 4 1 1958
Lewis, William to Ellen Mathias 29 4 1911
Lilley, Peter to Andrea Jones 4 4 1964
Llewellin, Frances to David Powell 13 1 1856
Lloyd, Elizabeth to Francis Tancred 3 1 1767
Lloyd, James to Elizabeth Login 4 10 1823
Lloyd, Mary to James Hall 22 1 1761
Lloyd, Thomas to Ivy John 24 6 1941
Lloyd, William to Susan Furlong 16 12 1775
Lo, Faith to Carl F. Donald Smith 15 4 1963
Lock, George to Elizabeth Tucker 29 10 1786
Lock, John to Margaret Tucker 20 8 1786
Lock, Mary to Henry Philp 20 4 1817
Loggie, Margaret to James Macpherson 18 8 1777
Login, Elizabeth to James Lloyd 4 10 1823
Long, Alice to Mark Johns 8 12 1906
Long, Elizabeth to Thomas James 2 10 1909
Long, George to Hester Long 24 9 1874
Long, Harriet to Thomas Reynolds 24 1 1880
Long, Hester to George Long 24 9 1874
Long, John to Elizabeth Bowling 15 11 1845
Long, William to Mary Phillips 9 11 1876
Loogan, Mary to Richard Hitchings 2 4 1783
Lowden, Henry to Lettice Davies 28 10 1829
Loyd, Jone to Henry Hitchings 15 7 1733
Luly, Henry to Mary Gwyther 18 4 1799
Lunt, Phillip to Elizabeth Williams 28 5 1973
Lustig, Hans to Elsie Howells 15 12 1949
Lustig, Michael to Linda Smith 25 10 1975
Mable, Evan to Gwendoline Smith 11 2 1961
Mable, Gwendoline to Norman Smith 5 4 1986
Mable, Robert James to Rebecca Jane Watts 12 8 1995
Macaskill, John to Louise Rees 19 8 1946
Mackay, Peter to Pauline Jenkins 22 9 1973
Macken, David to Dorothy Shears 6 9 1958
Macpherson, James to Margaret Loggie 18 8 1777
Mason, Edward to Elizabeth Beynon 31 10 1746
Mason, Ivor to Nesta Mathias 9 6 1951
Mason, John to Elizabeth Reece 27 10 1737
Mason, Joseph to Abra Twygg 7 11 1752
Mason, Samuel to Elizabeth Cole 21 10 1780
Mason, William to Joyce Bateman 23 6 1951
Mathews, Frances to John Edwards 10 7 1880
Mathews, Thomas to Martha Davies 9 8 1862
Mathias, Annie to Alfred Harries 22 10 1910
Mathias, Beryl to Evan Griffiths 22 7 1942
Mathias, Clytha to Thomas Canton 25 8 1945
Mathias, David to Mary Thomas 20 7 1781
Mathias, Elizabeth to William Jones 10 12 1885
Mathias, Elizabeth to Alan Barnes 30 9 1967
Mathias, Ellen to William Lewis 29 4 1911
Mathias, Elsie to John Jones 26 1 1924
Mathias, George to Mary Bowen 8 5 1840
Mathias, Henry to Esther Davies 10 12 1874
Mathias, James to Ann Smith 4 10 1834
Mathias, Nesta to Ivor Mason 9 6 1951
Mathias, Olwen to Ronald Williams 30 12 1939
Mathias, Sandra Louise to David Jennings 28 10 1995
Mathias, Sheila to Colin Garlick 30 3 1970
Matthias, Margaret to William Vaughan 23 10 1897
Meare?, Francis to Anne Eliot 23 6 1726
Mends, Elizabeth to John Reece 27 10 1739
Merchant, Richard to Anne Child 6 10 1744
Miles, Margaret to Peter Thomas 7 4 1969
Millard, Martha to ? David 18 10 1729
Mills, George to Mary Johns 21 8 1902
Mills, Robert to Angela Bowen 25 8 1973
Morgan, David to Jane Hughes 20 6 1809
Morgan, Henry to Sarah Furlong 7 7 1805
Morgan, Phyllis to Ronald Mumford 25 3 1940
Morgan, Stephen to Catherine Beth Prout 31 7 1982
Morgan, Wilfred to Constance Burton 17 2 1958
Morgan, William to Elizabeth Johns 3 6 1909
Morgan-Somers, Paul to Suzanne Somers 8 7 1989
Morgans, Frederick to Eliza Barlow 6 8 1907
Morgans, George to Anne James 11 12 1824
Morgans, Henry to Margaret Hillen 26 11 1772
Morgans, Joseph to Margaret Phillips 26 2 1881
Morgans, Martha to John Morse 18 12 1825
Morrice, Elizabeth to John Williams 30 9 1749
Morrice, Elizabeth to John Hughs 1 1 1759
Morrice, Elizabeth to John Rees 9 10 1762
Morrice, Hesther to Richard Jones 5 10 1727
Morrice, Mary to John David 7 5 1742
Morris, Francis to Maria Gwyther 27 10 1887
Morris, Frank to Bertha Rossiter 20 6 1918
Morris, Joseph to Evelyn Richards 5 8 1933
Morris, Lewis to Dora Morse 20 8 1924
Morris, Margaret to Thomas Thomas 8 9 1883
Morris, William to Mary Nash 17 9 1825
Morse, Alice to Charles Butcher 4 7 1899
Morse, Dora to Lewis Morris 20 8 1924
Morse, Elizabeth to Abraham Goss 6 11 1779
Morse, John to Martha Morgans 18 12 1825
Morse, Mary to Rowland Griffith 17 12 1820
Mosely, John to Anne Jones 4 10 1772
Mousley, Walter to Charlotte Chester 1 10 1874
Mumford, Ronald to Phyllis Morgan 25 3 1940
Muxworthy, William to Margaret Thomas 16 12 1923
Naish, Mervyn to Audrey Phillips 22 10 1960
Narbett, John to Margaret Jones 22 4 1865
Nash, Mary to William Morris 17 9 1825
Nash, Thomas to Elizabeth Hughs 21 10 1758
Nicholas, Alfred to Edith Dix 8 6 1935
Nicholas, Elizabeth to Frederick Watts 4 9 1937
Nicholas, Eric to Margaret James 4 4 1959
Nicholas, George to Mary OBryan 14 2 1829
Nicholas, Iris to Frederick Dickens 2 8 1947
Nicholas, Jane to Henry James 28 12 1850
Nicholas, Lorna to David Brackpool 12 7 1986
Nicholas, Mary to William Griffiths 23 1 1872
Nisbet, John to Beryl Eynon 9 8 1947
Nuthall, John to Clara Osmond 30 7 1915
OBryan, Mary to George Nicholas 14 2 1829
Osmond, Clara to John Nuthall 30 7 1915
Owen, Margaret to John Canton 31 10 1857
Owens, Elizabeth to William Voyle 20 2 1766
Owens, Jane to George John 14 11 1829
Owens, William to Mary Duggan 13 3 1771
Paige, William to Hester Evans 9 10 1919
Painter, Mary to Thomas Rees 1 6 1850
Palmer, Thomas to Margaret Bartlett 19 2 1792
Pannell, Peter to Millicent Lewis 25 11 1961
Parcell, Winifred to James Davies 6 11 1930
Parry, William to Mary Williams 10 12 1815
Philips, Jane to John Drinkwater 13 10 1759
Philips, Sarah to James Jones 17 8 1767
Philips, Thomas to Mary Griffith 3 11 1776
Phillip, Martha to John Churchill 23 1 1866
Phillips, ? to Alice Ash 30 12 1735
Phillips, Alice to William Prout 24 4 1917
Phillips, Arthur to Myra Holmes 26 3 1932
Phillips, Audrey to Mervyn Naish 22 10 1960
Phillips, Catherine to John Williams 7 9 1985
Phillips, Constance to George Davies 14 6 1923
Phillips, Elizabeth to Ivor Phillips 27 12 1926
Phillips, Florence to Stephen Richards 26 10 1920
Phillips, Gladys Joan to Ronald Lewis 4 4 1942
Phillips, Gwendoline to Ivor Jones 2 4 1932
Phillips, Henry to Mary David 9 1 1753
Phillips, Ivor to Elizabeth Phillips 27 12 1926
Phillips, John to Margaret Evans 20 11 1886
Phillips, Jone to Thomas Vittle 14 10 1738
Phillips, Lesley to Keith John 18 12 1965
Phillips, Margaret to Benjamin Davies 27 12 1856
Phillips, Margaret to Joseph Morgans 26 2 1881
Phillips, Martha to Thomas Canton 31 10 1912
Phillips, Mary to Francis Reece 13 10 1748
Phillips, Mary to John Hughes 6 8 1864
Phillips, Mary to William Long 9 11 1876
Phillips, Mary to George Roblin 6 1 1924
Phillips, Olwyn to Arthur John 21 7 1945
Phillips, Stephen to Mary Beynon 4 11 1863
Phillips, Violet to Thomas Esmond 4 6 1963
Phillips, William to Martha Watts 6 1 1883
Phillips, William to Lilian Beynon 21 5 1914
Phillips, Winifred to Harold Young 4 11 1926
Phillips, Winifred to Oswald John 21 7 1945
Philp, Hannah to John Rowe 10 12 1768
Philp, Henry to Mary Lock 20 4 1817
Philp, Susan to Richard Rice 17 10 1727
Philpin, William to Sarah Jones 2 11 1782
Picton, George to Elizabeth Jones 24 10 1914
Picton, Martha to Lewis Thomas 2 5 1804
Porter, Thomas to Anne Hall 13 10 1798
Powel, John to Mary Jones 31 1 1728
Powell, Abraham to Elizabeth Gwyther 6 2 1770
Powell, Ann to John Protheroe 14 10 1845
Powell, David to Frances Llewellin 13 1 1856
Powell, Elizabeth to John Green 13 1 1842
Powell, John to Elizabeth Hitchings 6 12 1798
Powell, Lettice to Joshua Taylor 17 9 1833
Powell, Margaret to Thomas Powell 6 2 1800
Powell, Margaret to Thomas Rogers 27 10 1871
Powell, Mary to Griffith Rogers 13 3 1783
Powell, Thomas to Margaret Powell 6 2 1800
Powell, William to Mary Gwyther 19 5 1774
Preece, Gillian to Terence Gill 19 3 1960
Preece, Susan to John Davies 23 5 1970
Price, Elizabeth to Faithful Rossiter 2 11 1765
Price, Jane to William Davies 28 6 1834
Price, Laurence to Marjorie Burton 4 7 1956
Prothero, William to Mary Rees 19 10 1777
Protheroe, John to Ann Powell 14 10 1845
Prout, Alwyn to William Williams 30 5 1953
Prout, Catherine Beth to Stephen Morgan 31 7 1982
Prout, Christine to William Gibbon 27 11 1965
Prout, Dilys to Thomas Lewis 4 1 1958
Prout, Gwilym to Rachel Heggs 11 7 1953
Prout, Henry to Catherine Coombes 1 4 1918
Prout, Jacqueline to Alun Evans 21 4 1976
Prout, Kathleen to James Richards 29 4 1953
Prout, Mary to William Davies 30 6 1726
Prout, Mavis to Hubert Young 31 1 1950
Prout, Patricia to Peter Jones 18 10 1961
Prout, Rachel Jill to Neil Rigby 27 3 1978
Prout, Sophia to Joseph Freeman 14 10 1915
Prout, William to Alice Phillips 24 4 1917
Pryse, Richard to Rachel Evans 25 6 1895
Raisin, Henry to Elizabeth Hood 13 4 1869
Raymond, Alfred to Mary Reynolds 5 11 1901
Reece, Anne to William David 8 5 1763
Reece, Elizabeth to Henry Duggan 23 9 1727
Reece, Elizabeth to John Mason 27 10 1737
Reece, Francis to Mary Phillips 13 10 1748
Reece, John to Elizabeth Mends 27 10 1739
Reece, John to Anne Evans 24 5 1740
Reece, Mary to John Bevans 23 10 1731
Rees, Albert to Emily Harries 30 11 1910
Rees, Anne to John James 15 10 1772
Rees, Gareth to Pamela Jones 18 6 1988
Rees, George to Mary David 8 4 1751
Rees, John to Elizabeth Morrice 9 10 1762
Rees, Letitia to Benjamin Davies 8 5 1789
Rees, Louise to John Macaskill 19 8 1946
Rees, Mary to Rees Hall 4 2 1758
Rees, Mary to William Prothero 19 10 1777
Rees, Richard to Sarah Davies 4 12 1869
Rees, Seymour to Martha Williams 20 4 1935
Rees, Thomas to Mary Painter 1 6 1850
Rees, William to Elizabeth James 26 11 1791
Reynald, Elizabeth to Moses Bowen 29 9 1736
Reynolds, David to Mary Williams 23 7 1748
Reynolds, John to Sarah Stephens 11 8 1861
Reynolds, Mary to Alfred Raymond 5 11 1901
Reynolds, Ruth to Emrys Westacott 29 9 1947
Reynolds, Thomas to Harriet Long 24 1 1880
Rice, Richard to Susan Philp 17 10 1727
Richards, Elizabeth to George Gwyther 17 10 1877
Richards, Elsie to James Griffiths 17 5 1932
Richards, Evelyn to Joseph Morris 5 8 1933
Richards, James to Kathleen Prout 29 4 1953
Richards, John to Mary Canton 29 10 1898
Richards, Stephen to Florence Phillips 26 10 1920
Ricker, Mary to William Walters 8 11 1806
Rigby, Neil to Rachel Jill Prout 27 3 1978
Roach, Benjamin to Sarah Barnet? 24 2 1816
Roberts, Alice to William Cole 31 10 1931
Roberts, John Neil to Julia Beardmore 4 7 1987
Roberts, Mary to James Hall 13 2 1802
Roberts, Philip to Margaret Thomas 27 3 1967
Roberts, Thomas to Elizabeth Thomas 31 12 1775
Roblin, George to Mary Phillips 6 1 1924
Roch, Ida to William Evans 26 4 1947
Roch, James to Mary Dawkins 1 11 1746
Roch, John to Mary Jones 19 12 1824
Roch, William to Mary Edwards 7 4 1917
Roderick, Margaret to Tristram Samuel 19 7 1928
Roger, Elizabeth to Lewis Woolcock 14 9 1725
Rogers, Catherine to David Davies 11 1 1818
Rogers, George? to Margaret Hitchings 11 8 1740
Rogers, Griffith to Mary Powell 13 3 1783
Rogers, John to Anne Couzens 21 12 1771
Rogers, Margaret to Thomas Griffiths 26 4 1932
Rogers, Maria to George Hood 27 11 1814
Rogers, Mary to John Doole 24 10 1738
Rogers, Mary to William Tucker 22 10 1774
Rogers, Robert to Sarah Clark 18 7 1818
Rogers, Thomas to Margaret Powell 27 10 1871
Rogers?, John to Elizabeth Rowe 8 3 1842
Rossiter, Bertha to Frank Morris 20 6 1918
Rossiter, Faithful to Elizabeth Price 2 11 1765
Rossiter, Manfred to Harriet Cole 31 10 1928
Rowe, Elizabeth to John Rogers? 8 3 1842
Rowe, John to Hannah Philp 10 12 1768
Rowe, Jone to Hugh Howell 27 9 1730
Rowe, Nathaniel to Rosanna Davies 23 10 1917
Rowe, Paul Andrew to Helen Elizabeth Shipton 6 10 1990
Rowlands, William to Mary James 30 5 1818
Samuel, Tristram to Margaret Roderick 19 7 1928
Saunders, Benjamin to Elizabeth Gwyther 15 8 1769
Scale, Elizabeth to Alexander Cilkin? 11 6 1780
Scoufield, Edith to James White 28 3 1918
Scourfield, George to Alice Cousins 20 12 1913
Scourfield, John to Jane Williams 27 11 1879
Scourfield, Margaret to John Evans 25 1 1883
Scourfield, Richard to Mary Leach 15 6 1754
Seer, Mary to Henry Williams 23 10 1731
Sewell, Adrian to Janice Dodd 12 2 1977
Shears, Dorothy to David Macken 6 9 1958
Shipp, David to Christine Bellamy 13 5 1972
Shipton, Helen Elizabeth to Paul Andrew Rowe 6 10 1990
Shutt, Arthur to Sheila Butler 26 3 1955
Shutt, Mabel to William James 19 6 1948
Shutt, Patricia to Graham Hay 31 10 1981
Smith, Ann to James Mathias 4 10 1834
Smith, Anne to George Thomas 10 10 1742
Smith, Carl F. Donald to Faith Lo 15 4 1963
Smith, Gwendoline to Evan Mable 11 2 1961
Smith, John to Jennifer Bowen 6 4 1985
Smith, Linda to Michael Lustig 25 10 1975
Smith, Norman to Gwendoline Mable 5 4 1986
Somers, Suzanne to Paul Morgan-Somers 8 7 1989
Spure, Carol to David Esmond 1 6 1963
Spure, Thorval to Kathleen Canton 6 9 1944
Stephens, Ann to John Williams 3 4 1875
Stephens, Frances to Thomas Hay 29 9 1838
Stephens, George to Mary Griffith 16 10 1853
Stephens, Jane to William Stephens 8 12 1832
Stephens, Sarah to John Reynolds 11 8 1861
Stephens, Thomas to Catherine Jones 3 10 1747
Stephens, William to Elizabeth Jones 9 5 1783
Stephens, William to Jane Stephens 8 12 1832
Stephens, William to Ellen James 19 12 1903
Street, David to Judith Bateman 28 6 1980
Streets, Elizabeth to William Froyne 6 10 1782
Streets, Frances to John Thomas 15 12 1743
Streets, John to Mary Hood 20 10 1737
Streets, Lettice to Henry Dawkins 5 9 1725
Streets, Sarah to Abraham Leach 10 10 1772
Sturdy, Keith to Anita Watts 4 9 1971
Summers, William to Ann Dawkins 6 8 1831
Tancred, Francis to Elizabeth Lloyd 3 1 1767
Tasker, Arthur to Anna Watkins 31 3 1900
Tasker, Henry to Jane Webb 26 11 1737
Tasker, Mary to Thomas Theaker 1 11 1870
Taylor, Joshua to Lettice Powell 17 9 1833
Teage, Lettice to John Gwyther 29 6 1789
Tenant, George to Alice Dawkins 4 6 1735
Theaker, Thomas to Mary Tasker 1 11 1870
Thomas, Ann to William Bowen 26 10 1816
Thomas, Barbara to David Adams 15 7 1961
Thomas, David to Hesther Jones 4 1 1741
Thomas, David to Elizabeth Castle 10 9 1826
Thomas, Dilys to George Burton 15 6 1955
Thomas, Elinor to Thomas Hughs 20 8 1727
Thomas, Elizabeth to Thomas Vane 30 12 1729
Thomas, Elizabeth to Richard Thomas 1 11 1752
Thomas, Elizabeth to Thomas Roberts 31 12 1775
Thomas, Elizabeth to Edward Wade 12 6 1788
Thomas, Elizabeth to George Cuthbert 14 10 1879
Thomas, Elizabeth to Joseph Williams 4 8 1906
Thomas, Eunice to Ronald James 6 8 1955
Thomas, Frances to Henry Lewis 26 8 1777
Thomas, George to Anne Smith 10 10 1742
Thomas, George to Catherine Davies 31 10 1835
Thomas, Henry to Fanny Gwyther 18 10 1888
Thomas, Jane to James Heir 4 9 1803
Thomas, John to Mary Ash 11 11 1727
Thomas, John to Frances Streets 15 12 1743
Thomas, John to Margaret Collins 7 10 1780
Thomas, John to Esther Davies 19 11 1853
Thomas, John to Mary Beynon 13 11 1861
Thomas, Lewis to Martha Picton 2 5 1804
Thomas, Margaret to William Colins 31 10 1749
Thomas, Margaret to William Hall 19 6 1853
Thomas, Margaret to William Muxworthy 16 12 1923
Thomas, Margaret to Philip Roberts 27 3 1967
Thomas, Mary to David Williams 24 11 1778
Thomas, Mary to David Mathias 20 7 1781
Thomas, Mary to Thomas Jones 24 3 1804
Thomas, Mary to John Garbatt 8 12 1828
Thomas, Mary to James Cole 17 10 1829
Thomas, Mary to William Kinnan? 1 3 1834
Thomas, Mary to Ewan Jenkins 30 8 1961
Thomas, Neil to Angela Garratt 27 8 1988
Thomas, Peter to Margaret Miles 7 4 1969
Thomas, Richard to Elizabeth Thomas 1 11 1752
Thomas, Sarah to Thomas Thomas 17 10 1829
Thomas, Thomas to Elizabeth Williams 26 1 1758
Thomas, Thomas to Catherine Duggan 13 9 1777
Thomas, Thomas to Sarah Thomas 17 10 1829
Thomas, Thomas to Margaret Morris 8 9 1883
Thomas, William to Jane Williams 20 8 1737
Tucker, Ann to John Griffiths 16 1 1842
Tucker, Elizabeth to George Lock 29 10 1786
Tucker, Elizabeth to Thomas James 12 1 1839
Tucker, John to Ann Hall 1 1 1825
Tucker, Margaret to John Lock 20 8 1786
Tucker, Martha to Daniel Evans 5 10 1839
Tucker, Mary to John Fortune 1 8 1829
Tucker, William to Mary Rogers 22 10 1774
Tucker, William to Ann Blethyn 23 12 1830
Tudge, Julia to Christian Fath 28 10 1989
Twygg, Abra to Joseph Mason 7 11 1752
Vane, Susan to John Williams 22 10 1743
Vane, Thomas to Elizabeth Thomas 30 12 1729
Vaughan, James to Anne Jones 3 3 1791
Vaughan, William to Margaret Matthias 23 10 1897
Vittle, Thomas to Jone Phillips 14 10 1738
Voyle, Ann to Peter Butler 29 5 1810
Voyle, Mary to George Davies 19 12 1809
Voyle, William to Elizabeth Owens 20 2 1766
Wade, Edward to Elizabeth Thomas 12 6 1788
Wade, Rebecca to James Williams 7 3 1807
Wade, Richard to Mary Griffith 31 1 1797
Walters, William to Mary Ricker 8 11 1806
Walters, William to Elizabeth Davies 14 12 1850
Ward, Jeremy to Anne Bowling 12 9 1964
Warlow, Dorothy to John Hughes 16 10 1790
Waters, Christopher to Janet Cox 18 9 1971
Watkins, Anna to Arthur Tasker 31 3 1900
Watkins, Hannah to Abraham Howell 6 1 1765
Watts, Anita to Keith Sturdy 4 9 1971
Watts, Frederick to Elizabeth Nicholas 4 9 1937
Watts, John to Rebecca Beynon 12 3 1857
Watts, Martha to William Phillips 6 1 1883
Watts, Mary to Thomas Bateman 2 11 1912
Watts, Rebecca Jane to Robert James Mable 12 8 1995
Weaver, John to Elizabeth Britt 19 2 1765
Webb, Benjamin to Ann Brown 9 10 1841
Webb, Francis to Anne David 16 6 1730
Webb, Jane to Henry Tasker 26 11 1737
Webb, Joseph to Frances Evans 21 10 1875
Webster, John to Ivy Garlick 17 4 1963
Weightman, George to Enid Wines 19 7 1947
Westacott, Emrys to Ruth Reynolds 29 9 1947
Whelby, Thomas to Martha Harries 29 6 1915
Whelby, Thomas to Gertrude Botham 2 12 1953
Whelling, William to Alice Dawkins 21 9 1800
White, Frances to Donald Anderson 14 11 1809
White, James to Edith Scoufield 28 3 1918
White, John to Sophie John 17 8 1873
White, Mary to Stephen Davies 5 2 1743
White, William to Elizabeth Jones 6 11 1731
Williams, Alice to Richard Williams 3 4 1777
Williams, Brian to Ann Bateman 20 10 1976
Williams, David to Mary Thomas 24 11 1778
Williams, David to Mary James 14 10 1837
Williams, Eliza to William Cole 16 7 1891
Williams, Elizabeth to Isaac Jones 3 7 1757
Williams, Elizabeth to Thomas Thomas 26 1 1758
Williams, Elizabeth to John Davis 15 7 1780
Williams, Elizabeth to James Griffiths 14 10 1893
Williams, Elizabeth to John Williams 25 4 1918
Williams, Elizabeth to Phillip Lunt 28 5 1973
Williams, Eric to Dilys Bowen 12 4 1952
Williams, George to Hanna Cadwalader 7 2 1727
Williams, George to Mary Furlong 18 1 1810
Williams, Griffith to Abra Bowen 2 10 1731
Williams, Hanna to Joshua Williams 31 1 1955
Williams, Hannah to Jason Williams 13 6 1885
Williams, Henrietta to William Griffith 6 11 1802
Williams, Henry to Mary Seer 23 10 1731
Williams, James to Margaret Duggan 22 11 1781
Williams, James to Rebecca Wade 7 3 1807
Williams, James to Elizabeth Davies 28 6 1831
Williams, Jane to William Thomas 20 8 1737
Williams, Jane to John Scourfield 27 11 1879
Williams, Jason to Hannah Williams 13 6 1885
Williams, John to Susan Vane 22 10 1743
Williams, John to Elizabeth Morrice 30 9 1749
Williams, John to Margaret Davies 17 2 1840
Williams, John to Frances Davies 26 9 1846
Williams, John to Ann Stephens 3 4 1875
Williams, John to Elizabeth Williams 25 4 1918
Williams, John to Catherine Phillips 7 9 1985
Williams, Jone to Daniel Boulsher ? 10 1734
Williams, Joseph to Elizabeth Thomas 4 8 1906
Williams, Joshua to Hanna Williams 31 1 1955
Williams, Leslie to Mary John 3 3 1973
Williams, Margaret to John Furlong 20 9 1816
Williams, Martha to James Jones 1 3 1811
Williams, Martha to William Davies 20 9 1845
Williams, Martha to William Canton 24 7 1886
Williams, Martha to Seymour Rees 20 4 1935
Williams, Mary to John Hill 17 11 1743
Williams, Mary to David Reynolds 23 7 1748
Williams, Mary to John Lawrence 8 12 1770
Williams, Mary to William Parry 10 12 1815
Williams, Mary to Thomas Evans 8 6 1920
Williams, Matthew to Elizabeth Duggan 21 4 1767
Williams, Richard to Alice Williams 3 4 1777
Williams, Richard to Violet Leonard 24 11 1934
Williams, Ronald to Olwen Mathias 30 12 1939
Williams, Thomas to Anne Edwards 9 12 1786
Williams, Thomas to Elizabeth Duggan 23 2 1788
Williams, Thomas to Margaret Davies 12 4 1828
Williams, William to Elizabeth Howell 11 11 1756
Williams, William to Alwyn Prout 30 5 1953
Wines, Enid to George Weightman 19 7 1947
Woolcock, Lewis to Elizabeth Roger 14 9 1725
Wright, Anne to Richard Carrow 12 5 1771
Young, Harold to Winifred Phillips 4 11 1926
Young, Hubert to Mavis Prout 31 1 1950
Young, William to Elizabeth Davies 10 4 1915

Stackpole Elidor Church - Burial Register

 

 


Adams, Elizabeth - bur. 12 1 1882 (age - 83)
Adams, George - bur. 5 12 1886 (age - 87)
Adams, James - bur. 5 1 1884 (age - 82)
Adams, John - bur. 5 2 1844 (age - 05)
Adams, Joseph - bur. 20 6 1818 (age - 78)
Adams, Mary - bur. 31 1 1821 (age - 73)
Adams, Mary Jane - bur. 31 3 1847 (age - 00)
Adams, Sarah - bur. 12 5 1807 (age - )
Adams, Sarah - bur. 30 12 1845 (age - 14)
Amson, Anne - bur. 2 8 1779 (age - )
Anderson, Donald - bur. 7 11 1812 (age - )
Anderson, Frances - bur. 27 7 1827 (age - 44)
Anon, - bur. 22 9 1844 (age - ?)
Anon, - bur. 16 11 1846 (age - ?)
Anon, - bur. 28 11 1858 (age - ?:)
Anon, - bur. 17 3 1866 (age - )
Anon, - bur. 27 5 1870 (age - ?)
Anon, - bur. 5 11 1870 (age - ?)
Anon, - bur. 23 11 1874 (age - ?)
Anon, - bur. 11 10 1896 (age - ?)
Anon, - bur. 17 8 1914 (age - 37)
Anon, - bur. 24 2 1916 (age - 36)
Anon, - bur. 10 12 1917 (age - 35)
Anon, (female) - bur. 14 10 1847 (age - ?)
Ash, Hannah - bur. 21 12 1746 (age - )
Axon, Edith - bur. 2 2 1996 (age - 72)
Bartlett, Dorothy - bur. 21 5 1788 (age - )
Bartlett, John - bur. 5 1 1791 (age - )
Bateman, Ann - bur. 29 11 1835 (age - 93)
Bateman, Arthur George - bur. 4 1 1975 (age - 59)
Bateman, Arthur James - bur. 26 2 1983 (age - 88)
Bateman, Gwendoline May - bur. 28 7 1953 (age - 36)
Bateman, Margaret Edith - bur. 20 9 1961 (age - 61)
Bateman, Mary - bur. 25 10 1774 (age - )
Bateman, Mary - bur. 8 2 1939 (age - 00)
Bateman, Thomas - bur. 7 11 1964 (age - 80)
Bateman, William - bur. 6 9 1833 (age - 70)
Beddoe, Lewis - bur. 13 7 1905 (age - 90)
Bee, James Edward - bur. 11 12 1954 (age - 00)
Bennion, Constance Charlotte - bur. 19 11 1958 (age - 69)
Bennion, John Edward - bur. 29 12 1962 (age - 73)
Bevan, Owen - bur. 12 1 1798 (age - )
Bevans, Anne - bur. 17 3 1728 (age - )
Bevans, John - bur. 1 5 1769 (age - )
Bevans, John - bur. 3 11 1773 (age - )
Bevans, John - bur. 19 11 1818 (age - 01)
Bevans, Owen - bur. 7 5 1769 (age - )
Bevans, Richard - bur. 10 11 1773 (age - )
Bevans, Thomas - bur. 3 1 1742 (age - )
Beynon, Barbara - bur. 4 4 1856 (age - 69)
Beynon, Bridgett - bur. 26 11 1824 (age - 00)
Beynon, Eliza - bur. 31 3 1835 (age - 00)
Beynon, Elizabeth - bur. 30 5 1853 (age - 28)
Beynon, Esther - bur. 26 7 1899 (age - 62)
Beynon, James - bur. 6 6 1853 (age - 00)
Beynon, John - bur. 21 4 1853 (age - 80)
Beynon, Rebecca - bur. 6 6 1843 (age - ?)
Beynon, Richard - bur. 4 2 1830 (age - 00)
Beynon, Richard - bur. 20 11 1865 (age - 80)
Beynon, Robert - bur. 28 8 1913 (age - 68)
Beynon, William - bur. 14 6 1883 (age - 60)
Black, Arthur? - bur. 8 11 1986 (age - )
Boulsher, Anne - bur. 23 10 1740 (age - )
Boulsher, Daniel - bur. 15 7 1752 (age - )
Bowen, ? - bur. 9 10 1771 (age - )
Bowen, Abraham - bur. 12 8 1816 (age - 77)
Bowen, Alice - bur. 1 1 1843 (age - 76)
Bowen, Allice - bur. 24 4 1831 (age - 01)
Bowen, Anne - bur. 13 7 1821 (age - 28)
Bowen, Elizabeth - bur. 15 10 1734 (age - )
Bowen, Elizabeth - bur. 25 12 1742 (age - )
Bowen, Elizabeth - bur. 29 4 1831 (age - 08)
Bowen, Elizabeth - bur. 15 5 1852 (age - 03)
Bowen, Elizabeth - bur. 25 1 1865 (age - 10)
Bowen, Elizabeth Margaret - bur. 8 12 1982 (age - 81)
Bowen, Essex - bur. 10 2 1738 (age - )
Bowen, Hugh - bur. 13 12 1751 (age - )
Bowen, James Ronald - bur. 3 1 1968 (age - 67)
Bowen, Jane - bur. 18 2 1976 (age - 08)
Bowen, Jennet? - bur. 12 3 1726 (age - )
Bowen, John - bur. 26 5 1793 (age - )
Bowen, John - bur. 14 11 1847 (age - 91)
Bowen, Jonas - bur. 30 9 1797 (age - )
Bowen, Malcolm Ronald - bur. 24 11 1956 (age - 00)
Bowen, Mary - bur. 21 2 1763 (age - )
Bowen, Mary - bur. 5 6 1767 (age - )
Bowen, Mary - bur. 22 4 1827 (age - 00)
Bowen, Mary Ann - bur. 24 11 1955 (age - 82)
Bowen, Mary Margaret? - bur. 13 5 1799 (age - )
Bowen, Precilla - bur. 12 6 1873 (age - 91)
Bowen, Thomas - bur. 20 9 1783 (age - )
Bowen, Thomas Frederick - bur. 27 3 1934 (age - 24)
Bowen, William - bur. 26 11 1841 (age - 44)
Bowen, William - bur. 30 12 1855 (age - 12)
Bowen, William James - bur. 17 7 1952 (age - 78)
Bowlsher, Jone - bur. 1 2 1753 (age - )
Bowlsher, Jone - bur. 1 4 1753 (age - )
Brace, Annie Maria - bur. 16 8 1973 (age - 64)
Brace, Kenneth Thomas - bur. 24 4 1975 (age - 41)
Brash, Mary - bur. 17 7 1963 (age - 41)
Brock, William - bur. 29 12 1824 (age - 00)
Brooks, Margaretta - bur. 24 6 1826 (age - 00)
Brooks, Thomas - bur. 19 4 1834 (age - 20)
Brown, Esther - bur. 5 5 1880 (age - 72)
Brown, Joseph - bur. 27 4 1850 (age - 87)
Brown, Mary - bur. 11 7 1857 (age - 86)
Brown, Oswald Christopher - bur. 27 9 1957 (age - 83)
Brown, Sarah - bur. 23 5 1957 (age - ?)
Brunnin?, George - bur. 27 1 1728 (age - )
Buckley, Mary - bur. 19 8 1797 (age - )
Builger, John - bur. 28 12 1907 (age - 65)
Bumstead, Anita - bur. 22 3 1948 (age - 03)
Burge?, Thomas - bur. 29 5 1842 (age - 03)
Butcher, Mary Maria - bur. 21 5 1991 (age - 80)
Butcher, Walter - bur. 16 11 1990 (age - 82)
Butler, Alice - bur. 15 8 1732 (age - )
Callan, Clifford - bur. 26 7 1975 (age - 50)
Callan, Josephine Mary - bur. 31 10 1992 (age - 58)
Campbell, Edith Georgina - bur. 7 9 1926 (age - 82)
Campbell, Elidor Ronald - bur. 9 1 1958 (age - 76)
Campbell, Eric Octavius - bur. 7 6 1918 (age - 32)
Campbell, Evelyn Caroline - bur. 21 10 1909 (age - 58)
Campbell, Fred. Archibald V. - bur. 11 2 1911 (age - 63)
Campbell, Henrietta - bur. 7 6 1833 (age - 69)
Campbell, Hugh Fred. Vaughan - bur. 10 1 1914 (age - 43)
Campbell, John Frederick - bur. 13 11 1860 (age - 70)
Campbell, John Frederick - bur. 2 4 1898 (age - 80)
Campbell, Katharine Susanna - bur. 16 2 1934 (age - 84)
Campbell, Mary - bur. 1 10 1829 (age - 75)
Campbell, Maud - bur. 25 1 1900 (age - 26)
Campbell, Mrs. - bur. 20 10 1773 (age - )
Campbell, Muriel Dorothy - bur. 27 10 1934 (age - 47)
Campbell, Ralph Alexander - bur. 7 8 1945 (age - 68)
Candlish, James - bur. 15 5 1880 (age - 33)
Canton, Annie - bur. 14 6 1880 (age - 00)
Canton, Charles Owen - bur. 20 9 1919 (age - 54)
Canton, Cyril James - bur. 2 7 1971 (age - 49)
Canton, Deryck - bur. 20 5 1928 (age - 00)
Canton, Edith Frances - bur. 24 8 1987 (age - 94)
Canton, Elizabeth - bur. 27 5 1890 (age - 62)
Canton, Elizabeth Jane - bur. 19 1 1951 (age - 88)
Canton, George - bur. 22 8 1876 (age - 06)
Canton, George - bur. 8 12 1878 (age - 10)
Canton, George - bur. 26 2 1883 (age - 01)
Canton, George - bur. 20 7 1904 (age - 37)
Canton, George - bur. 28 11 1906 (age - 70)
Canton, James William - bur. 29 12 1962 (age - 70)
Canton, John - bur. 13 3 1890 (age - 59)
Canton, John Henry - bur. 25 6 1964 (age - 73)
Canton, Lillian Amelia - bur. 22 8 1948 (age - 56)
Canton, Margaret - bur. 23 10 1920 (age - 82)
Canton, Martha - bur. 1 10 1914 (age - 81)
Canton, Martha - bur. 31 12 1914 (age - 52)
Canton, Martha Ann - bur. 13 6 1963 (age - 72)
Canton, Nora Martha (Ashes) - bur. 29 4 1996 (age - 70)
Canton, Thomas - bur. 2 3 1965 (age - 78)
Canton, William - bur. 25 7 1885 (age - 44)
Canton, William - bur. 27 10 1942 (age - 81)
Carbtree, Robert - bur. 20 6 1952 (age - 52)
Carne, James - bur. 19 4 1763 (age - )
Castle, Catherine - bur. 5 6 1724 (age - )
Cawdor, Elizabeth - bur. 22 2 1866 (age - 70)
Cawdor, Joan Emily - bur. 3 8 1945 (age - 72)
Cawdor, Sarah Mary - bur. 26 4 1881 (age - 67)
Charles, Annie Cathleen - bur. 29 10 1923 (age - 35)
Chilman, Reginald - bur. 2 4 1990 (age - 70)
Cocran, Sarah - bur. 25 2 1729 (age - )
Cole, Ann - bur. 7 5 1939 (age - 84)
Cole, Annie - bur. 8 8 1919 (age - 38)
Cole, Annie - bur. 16 3 1945 (age - 82)
Cole, Dorothy Annie - bur. 18 11 1967 (age - 71)
Cole, Elizabeth - bur. 26 3 1731 (age - )
Cole, James - bur. 30 9 1944 (age - 69)
Cole, John - bur. 1 1 1832 (age - 21)
Cole, John - bur. 16 12 1959 (age - 79)
Cole, Leslie John - bur. 23 3 1932 (age - 05)
Cole, Morgan - bur. 31 3 1744 (age - )
Cole, Robert - bur. 19 9 1964 (age - 82)
Cole, Sarah Mary - bur. 22 1 1942 (age - 59)
Cole, Thomas - bur. 9 9 1936 (age - 86)
Cole, Thomas John - bur. 21 3 1962 (age - ?)
Cole, William - bur. 11 5 1735 (age - )
Cole, William - bur. 2 12 1939 (age - 62)
Colins, Alice - bur. 25 4 1749 (age - )
Colins, Anne - bur. 19 9 1775 (age - )
Colins, William - bur. 8 4 1756 (age - )
Colins, William - bur. 23 5 1778 (age - )
Cook, Ann - bur. 4 6 1783 (age - )
Cook, John - bur. 11 12 1803 (age - )
Cook, Margaret - bur. 27 3 1837 (age - 80)
Cook, Owen - bur. 18 1 1767 (age - )
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White, William - bur. 19 8 1779 (age - )
Wilkin, Elizabeth - bur. 11 5 1820 (age - 73)
Wilkins, Anne - bur. 13 9 1724 (age - )
Wilkins, Richard - bur. 24 6 1816 (age - 50)
Williams, Anne - bur. 17 7 1798 (age - )
Williams, Anne - bur. 26 6 1827 (age - 68)
Williams, Charles - bur. 3 4 1764 (age - )
Williams, David - bur. 28 6 1752 (age - )
Williams, David - bur. 23 1 1820 (age - 72)
Williams, Doris Irene - bur. 18 8 1982 (age - 54)
Williams, Eliza Ann - bur. 15 2 1875 (age - 34)
Williams, Elizabeth - bur. 5 2 1819 (age - 85)
Williams, Elizabeth - bur. 13 5 1822 (age - 82)
Williams, Elizabeth - bur. 31 12 1839 (age - 82)
Williams, Elizabeth - bur. 21 12 1840 (age - 84)
Williams, Elizabeth - bur. 1 3 1845 (age - 70)
Williams, Elizabeth Jane - bur. 17 6 1926 (age - 63)
Williams, Ellen - bur. 30 10 1888 (age - 26)
Williams, Evan - bur. 21 4 1940 (age - 72)
Williams, George - bur. 5 8 1856 (age - 59)
Williams, George - bur. 4 9 1883 (age - 58)
Williams, George - bur. 16 3 1912 (age - 88)
Williams, Grace - bur. 30 3 1758 (age - )
Williams, Henry - bur. 21 9 1770 (age - )
Williams, Henry Arthur - bur. 14 5 1867 (age - 03)
Williams, James - bur. 14 2 1779 (age - )
Williams, James - bur. 18 5 1845 (age - 88)
Williams, Jane - bur. 20 4 1767 (age - )
Williams, Jane - bur. 22 1 1826 (age - 78)
Williams, Jane - bur. 12 9 1911 (age - 00)
Williams, Jason - bur. 19 10 1866 (age - 00)
Williams, Jason - bur. 16 1 1928 (age - 93)
Williams, Jenkin - bur. 13 5 1776 (age - )
Williams, John - bur. 12 12 1734 (age - )
Williams, John - bur. 22 8 1778 (age - )
Williams, John - bur. 2 8 1846 (age - 81)
Williams, John - bur. 14 4 1854 (age - 30)
Williams, Margaret - bur. 9 12 1779 (age - )
Williams, Margaret - bur. 30 4 1790 (age - )
Williams, Margaret - bur. 4 5 1966 (age - 80)
Williams, Margaret Edith - bur. 8 7 1967 (age - 00)
Williams, Martha - bur. 11 1 1738 (age - )
Williams, Martha - bur. 21 4 1786 (age - )
Williams, Martha - bur. 23 10 1876 (age - 77)
Williams, Martha - bur. 20 10 1906 (age - 79)
Williams, Martha - bur. 7 11 1922 (age - 68)
Williams, Mary - bur. 10 6 1765 (age - )
Williams, Mary - bur. 20 2 1783 (age - )
Williams, Mary - bur. 29 9 1819 (age - 76)
Williams, Mary - bur. 29 6 1867 (age - 32)
Williams, Mary - bur. 26 4 1908 (age - 83)
Williams, Mary - bur. 28 4 1989 (age - 67)
Williams, Rees - bur. 21 9 1966 (age - 90)
Williams, Richard John - bur. 28 4 1977 (age - 62)
Williams, Robert - bur. 26 5 1977 (age - 66)
Williams, Sarah - bur. 21 4 1761 (age - )
Williams, Sarah - bur. 8 4 1766 (age - )
Williams, Susan - bur. 22 9 1767 (age - )
Williams, Susan - bur. 8 11 1779 (age - )
Williams, Susan - bur. 10 8 1837 (age - 00)
Williams, Thomas - bur. 12 4 1802 (age - )
Williams, Thomas - bur. 16 4 1845 (age - 23)
Williams, Thomas - bur. 19 3 1846 (age - 84)
Williams, Timothy - bur. 16 1 1896 (age - 51)
Williams, Violet Elizabeth - bur. 8 11 1985 (age - 75)
Williams, William - bur. 14 10 1741 (age - )
Williams, William - bur. 17 3 1817 (age - 85)
Williams, William - bur. 20 4 1868 (age - 37)
Willox, William James - bur. 5 12 1953 (age - 58)
Wines, Arthur - bur. 12 3 1963 (age - 72)
Wines, Sarah Ann - bur. 30 1 1969 (age - 76)
Woodcock, Reece - bur. 24 12 1725 (age - )
Woolcock, John - bur. 4 7 1728 (age - )
Wright, John - bur. 25 8 1768 (age - )
Wylde, Mary - bur. 9 3 1905 (age - 78)
Young, Jeptha - bur. 4 1 1805 (age - )

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Steynton                      (917007)            (Jottings)

Church St Peter & St Cewydd[10] SM 918078

It has a tall Tower visible from miles around.

According to Royal Commission on Ancient Monuments 1923.

STEYNTON

Parish Church

In 1851 Sir Stephen Glynne described this church as “of coarse and rude architecture, with the ordinary amount of mutilation and destruction of original windows”. A restoration in 1882 made matters worse, the body of the building being “almost swept out of historical existence by a tornado of change. Excepting mutilated remnants of the main walls and the tower, itself in part falsified, there have survived out of the past only three small windows in the side walls of the chancel. Every other feature has been wiped out”. - (Notes on the Architectural History of Steynton Church.  W. D. Caroe  F.S.A. 1916  p3)

The main structure (including the first 20 feet of the tower or thereabouts and the font) may date from the early 13century. The plain font bowl (a square of 26 inches externally, and 20 inches  internally, and a depth of 12 1/2 inches) stands upon a circular shaft 52 inches in circumference.

The restoration, however unfortunate, revealed interesting relics, which are thus described: (Arch Camb 1896 V xiii  354).

1] A human skull, three horse skulls and a pikehead, found under the second chancel step. The present location of the iron pikehead is unknown.

[Edward Laws (The History of Little England Beyond Wales  1888] records:

“In the year 1883 the stone steps leading into the chancel of Steynton Church were taken up. Not more than a foot beneath the surface and immediatly beneath the chancel arch were found a human skeleton, three horses skulls and an iron pike head”.

2] In each pillar of the arcade was found a cavity, and in each cavity a human thigh bone. These were remains, as much probably of viking warriors as of British saints. The cavities were about 4 feet from the ground.

3] A handsome 13c window was disclosed in the south wall; also broken pieces of a font of the same period, which has been repaired.

4] The foundation of a smaller church consisting only of the nave was uncovered.

5] The stones of “two large cromlechs” in the centre of the nave about 4 feet from the surface; they were more than 5 feet in length.

Ogam Inscribed Stone.

This stone, now in the church, formerly stood in the middle of the burial ground, not far from the south-east end of the building. The Hiberno-Saxon minuscules, slightly injured by the subsequent cutting of a wheel cross, can be traced along the perpendicular line of the cross, both they and the Ogam read  GENDILI. In 1876 the stone was again used as a memorial and an inscription cut beneath the cross.

Arch Camb 1880 IV xi 292  ill xii  217.

The church of St Kewit de Steynton was granted by Adam de Rupe [Roch] with the consent of his wife, Blandina, and his heir, to the monks of the order of Tiron in the monastery of Pill, Pems. - Dug. Monastic.

On the dissolution of Pill Priory (1535) the patronage of Steynten Church came into the hands of the Crown.

1291. This church was in 1291 assessed at £18  for tenths to the king, the sum payable being £1 16s, - Taxatio.

1330. A lease, dated 4 Aug., 4 Edw. III. and granted by William de Rupe, Lord of Roch, to Richard de Steynton, chaplain, mentions a chapel dedicated to St. Thomas the Martyr, in the town of Pill. - Arch. Camb. Ser. II., Vol. III., p. 267.

1406. Vicar of Steynton was one of the administrators appointed to oversee the affairs of Pill priory because of the maladministration of the prior Brother Walter Robjoy.

1411 February. Richard Jordan, perpetual vicar of Steynton, being illegitimate, obtained dispensation from the Pope to hold the benefice with care of souls.

1421 8 July. Richard Jordan described as vicar and as being of a noble race of barons, obtained licence to hold any compatible benefice, not exceeding 20 marks in value. (Papal Reg).

1535-6. Steynton Vicaria - Vicaria ibidem ex collacione prioris de Pulls unde Riehardus Cayre est vicarius habens ibidem parvam mansionem et valet in toto communibus annis. Inde soll in ordinaria visitacione quolibet tercio anno vjd. Et in visitacione archdiacoai quolibet anno pro sinodalibus et procuracionibus ijs iiij. Et remanet clare £9 17s. 2d. Inde decima 19s. 8 3/4d. -  Valor Eccl. [at a value of nearly £10 the vicar of Steynton was very comfortably off compared with most of the other vicars in the area. - Moylgrove recieved £2].

Cantaria infra Ecclesiam de Steynton non Mortificata:- Et est ibidem una cantaria non mortificata sed fundata per Johannem Bolton. Et terre et feoffamentum ejusdem restant in usu in manibus feoffatorum . Et do minus David Webbe celebrat in dicta cantaria infra ecclesiam parrochialem de Steynton predicta. Et percipit annua-tim proficuum et redditum videlicet de tenementis in Rosemarkett xxxiijs iiijd per annum, in Thorneton xxiiij et in Drewiston xs. Summa valoris lxvijs iiijd. Inde in redditibus resol   et pro finibus secte curie pra predictis tenementis quolibet anno iijs. Et remanet clare 64s. 4d. Inde decima 6s. 5d. - Valor Eccl.(1535-6)

1536-7. A lease of the rectory of Steynton, lately owned by the priory of Pill, was granted for 21 years by the Crown to John Wogan. - State Papers.

1546. There was a chantry Chapel within the parish Church of Steynton.

Acc/to  Glynne Notes  Arch Camb 1885 V ii 216.

A chantry altar existed in this church at the Reformation which had probably been established not long prior to that event. The following is from the Chancery Certificates in the Public Records Office:-

No 29              There is within the said parish certain lands and tenements given by John Bulton towards the finding of a priest celebrating there, and the service is called “John Bulton his service”; val. as appears by a rental exhibited, p. a. £4 16s 0d

Whereof:

In rents resolute to Mr Peratt and Thomas Bateman                                                  4d

In the dowry of Jenett Morgan late wife to the said John Bulton for her life    32s

In the stipend or wage of the said stipendiary priest p.a.                               63s       8d

Plate and ornaments

A chalice weighing 6 oz valued at                                                                  18s

One old pair of vestments, not valued

The number of howseling people                                                                    440.

1543

Lay subsidies record charge paid by Steynton as being 2s 6d (most churches in the area paid 12d or less).

Church wardens   John Jorden and Harry Wogan.

1585 Stephen Barlow obtained a lease of the rectory of Staynton and lands held formerly by Pill Priory. (PRO E 315/209/109b).

1591

Thomas Johns of Steynton married Elenor daughter of Sir John Wogan of Wiston Knt.

1593 William Walter and his sons with Sir John Perrott leased several areas of land and buildings around Steynton and Rosemarket lately those of the chantries.

1644 February 24

Steynton Church Tower was garrisoned by twenty musketeers of Col. Laugharne’s Parliamentary force who were attacking the Royalist forces in the fort at Prix Pill the Church was also used to hold prisoners taken in the skirmishes.

1652 May 13

Henry White and Samson Lort to the High Constables of the Hundred of Dungleddie.

Whereas the town of Haverfordwest was in times past the usual place for buying and weighing of wool, and forasmuch as the said town is now infected with the plague, wherby it is not safe for people to meet and stay there on that of the like business without great danger of spreading the said infectious disease, these are therefore to require you to give summons to the inhabitants of the several parishes within your hundred that Tuesday in every week is appointed to meet at Staynton and Saturday in every week to meet at Lawhadden for the weighing of wool as aforesaid during the time of the sickness and present visitation in Haverfordwest aforesaid, whereof you are not to fail at your perils.

(Haverfordwest Corporation MS 584 (ii))

1663

Under the heading “Livings Discharged”:- Staineton alias Steynton V. united to Johnston (St. Peter called St. Kewil in the Monasticon).

The rectory of Johnston was probably united to the vicarage of Steynton subsequent to and inclusive of the vicar of 1664 who also held the rectory of Johnston.

Ordinario quolibet tertio anno, 6d. Archidiac. quolibet anno, 2s. 4d. Parv. Mans., &c. Pri. Pill olim Propr.; The Prince of Wales. Clear yearly value, £48. King’s Books, £9 15s. 3d. – Bacon’s Liber Regis.

1664 Feb 10 John Llewelin MA held the living till Oct 22 1710  but his name does not appear in the Land Tax Records of 1670 either for Steynton or Johnston.

1670 Land Tax Records

Stainton Parish.

PERSONS LYABLE.    Hearths            

 Rebecca Price    4

PeterCollins3

ThomasFortune1

Richard Hay                1

 James Smyth              1

 Richard Gibbon         2

 Gelly Smyth               1

 Elizabeth Andrew      1

 John Lloyd                 1

 Sybell  Evans             2

 John Hooper               1

 John Dunne                1

 Mary Thomas .           1

 Parry Holland             3

 William Allen .           2

 John Boulton              5 of Boulton Hill

 Nicholas Stokes         4

 Francis Hawkins        2

 Morice Roberts          1

 John Morrow              1

 Timothy Jermin          1

 Walter Cozens            1

 John Phillip                4

 John Painter               4

Anne Williams            2

Luce Tasker                 7

David Howell, senior  2

Henry Bateman           2

Thomas Hay                1

Thurloe Donell            1

William Howell           1

John Howell                2

Thomas Adams           1

Thomas Squier            1

Elizabeth Hawkin       1

Thomas Thomas          1

David Howell .           2

William Collins           1

Bartholomew Saunder            1

William Tasker            2

Symon Seward            4

James Collin                1

Henry Tew                  3

Mary Tasker                1

Margaret Thomas        2

George Smyth             3

Thomas Power            1

PAUPERS

David Roberson.

David Gwynne.

Andrew Wilkin.

Anne Ellis.

Johan Lewis.

Henry White.

Dorothy Tasker.

David Griffith.

Thomas Griffith.

Rice Battin.

George Griffith.

Owen Thomas.

John Jenkin.

John Gilmin.

Phillip Smyth.

Acc/to Pembrokeshire County History Vol III. There were still open fields which had not been enclosed, in this parish in the middle of the eighteenth century.

1684. Mrs Mary Tasker (daughter of Thomas Howard of Flether Hall Rudbaxton) late of Castle Pill in the parish of Steynton, a widow, bequeathed all her real estate to build an alms house in Haverfordwest for “the breeding and maintenance of poor children of both sexes” “that competent maintenance should be allowed them yearly until they should be put apprentice to convenient trades, and a sum of money at the completion of their apprenticeship”. After 12 months on the foundation a boy was to be given annually “a blue coat turned up with red, waistcoat and breeches, two shirts, a pair of stockings, a hat, a pair of shoes, and a neck-handkerchief”. A girl was to be given “a jacket and petticoat of cloth, a cap, a hat, two shifts, a pair of shoes and stockings, and an Irish cloth apron”.

1691. Marcus Bolton of Steynton was indicted with Peregrine Phillips a dissenting clergyman whom he supported.

1727. Sir John Philipps who did much work for the SPCK founded a school at Steynton.

1791. A new road was authorised from Milford to Steynton and the road from Steynton to Merlins Bridge was to be improved.

1801. Population 1,291

1801. The Steynton parish vestry granted Jane Harries and children 3s 6d per week whilst other people were given a cash payment to buy potatoes to plant. There was a poor house in existence in Steynton at that time.

1834. Lewis’s Topographical Dictionary of Wales.  A chapel of ease to the mother church [Steynton], dedicated to St. Catherine, is situated at the eastern extremity of the street fronting the haven: it was erected chiefly at the expense of the Hon. Charles Francis Greville, lord of the manor, and was consecrated for divine service in the year 1808., ... A little to the east of the present edifice are the remains of an ancient chapel, which was also dedicated to St. Catherine and after having been desecrated for many years, was converted into a powder magazine: it consisted of a nave and chancel, with a finely vaulted roof, which is still [1833] entire: the western end has fallen down, but the boundaries of the ancient cemetery may be distinctly traced. - Paroch.

1861. Population 3,710 which included 478 on board ships.

1879 28th February. It was reported that the school board for Steynton had been applied for.

1882 24 July. A faculty was granted for the restoration of the parish church.

1935. According to Pembrokeshire County History Vol VI p290. As late as 1935 13 people occupied a two-room dwelling in Steynton.

Parish Registers

Held at Pembrokeshire County Record Office:

Baptisms 1637 - 1917

Marriages 1637 - 1970

Burials 1637 - 1899

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[1] Royal Commission on Ancient Monuments in Wales and Monmouth - Inventory of the County of Pembroke p287 - item 838

[2] Bronwydd MS 3 f88.

[3] Annales Cambriae (Harley MS 3859)

[4] Registrum Abbatica Johannis Whethamsted, Rolls series Volii 270

[5] A Description of Pembrokeshire Vol 1 1603

[6] Account of the Awakening in South Wales

[7] Vol 42 page 47

[8] Historical Tour of Pembrokeshire

[9] Baptist Historical Sketches in Pembrokeshire  RC Roberts.

[10] or Cewell or Cuillus  - he was a son of Gildas acc/to Laws