Monday, March 26, 2007

Llanspyddid near Brecon Wales

Welcome to Llanspyddid: "Listing of Gravestones now available from The Church History Page or click here:

"The following pages have been listed to help those people who wish to trace some of their family history. All the names have been listed by surname, residence, year of death and age at death. I have not listed any deaths within the past 100 years as these should already be known within the families."

The idea of this website is to provide a focus for villagers to share information about anything that is happening in and around our village."

Brecon Cathedral Website
The Church in Wales Cathedral of the Diocese of Swansea and Brecon and the bishop's archives have been deposited at Llyfrgell Genedlaethol Cymru - National Library of Wales - Family History Library Catalog
and another spelling Wales, Brecon, Llansbyddyd

Bishop's transcripts, 1687-1871 Church in Wales. Parish Church of Llansbyddyd

Bishop's transcripts, 1815-1872 Church in Wales. Chapelry of Pen-pont

Marriage bonds and allegations, 1678-1866 Church in Wales. Parish Church of Llansbyddyd

the registers ae due to be filmed in the near future
Cyngor Sir Powys County Council: Powys County Archives Office: "Opened as recently as 1991, the Powys County Archives Office is located in Llandrindod Wells, and serves as the official repository for the records of the modern county of Powys (first established in 1974) and the three former counties of Brecon, Montgomery and Radnor."

Breconshire Parish Registers on Microfilm: "link for a list of microfilm copies of parish registers held at the National Library of Wales. These microfilms are available at the County Archives Office. Further details of the records of these parishes, and of the parishes themselves, may be found in the book Parish Registers of Wales, published in 2000."

Llansbyddyd: C 1699-1983, M 1699-1969, B 1699-1909, X 1754-1812


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