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Listed below are those ecclesiastical parishes which were in historic Monmouthshire, Wales. During the late 19th century and the early 20th century, as the population increased, many parishes were sub-divided into new parishes.

Under the Local Government Act 1972, the county and administrative county of Monmouthshire were abolished, for both local government and ceremonial purposes, on April 1, 1974.

The majority of historic Monmouthshire became part of the newly formed County of Gwent, with small parts moving into the County of Mid Glamorgan or the County of South Glamorgan.

The modern county of Monmouthshire, which was formed in 1996, has boundaries which are quite different from those of the historic Monmouthshire!

Today, these parishes are to be found within either:

the modern county of Monmouthshire
the City of Newport
the County Borough of Blaenau Gwent
the County Borough of Islwyn
the County Borough of Torfaen
the County Borough of Caerphilly

Click on a parish name for more information:

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Place Variants Redundant variants
Aberbargoed Welsh: Aberbargod
Abercarn
Abergavenny Welsh: Y Fenni
Abersychan
Abertillery Welsh: Abertyleri
Aberystruth
Bassaleg Welsh: Basaleg
Beaufort Welsh: Cendl
Bedwas
Bedwellty Welsh: Bedwellte
Bettws Welsh: Betws
Bettws Newydd Welsh: Betws Newydd
Bishton Welsh: Trefesgob
Blaenavon Welsh: Blaenafon
Bryngwyn
Caerwent
Caldicot Welsh: Cil y Coed
Chapel Hill
Chepstow Welsh: Casgwent
Christchurch
Coedkernew Welsh: Coedcernyw
Crumlin Welsh: Crymlyn
Cwm
Cwmbran Welsh: Cwmbrân
Cwmcarn
Cwmcarvan Welsh: Cwmcarfan
Cwmyoy Welsh: Cwm Iou
Devauden Welsh: Y Dyfawden
Dingestow Welsh: Llanddingad
Dixton Welsh: Llandydiw
Ebbw Vale Welsh: Glynebwy
Garndiffaith
Goldcliff Welsh: Allteuryn
Goetre Goytrey
Griffithstown
Grosmont Welsh: Y Grysmwnt
Gwernesney Welsh: Gwernesni
Henllys
Itton Welsh: Llanddinol
Kemeys Commander Welsh: Cemais Comawndwr
Kemeys Inferior Welsh: Cemais
Kilgwrrwg Welsh: Cilgwrrwg
Llantillio-Crossenny Welsh: Llandeilo Gresynni
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