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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 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:
|Abergavenny||Welsh: Y Fenni|
|Bettws Newydd||Welsh: Betws Newydd|
|Caldicot||Welsh: Cil y Coed|
|Cwmyoy||Welsh: Cwm Iou|
|Devauden||Welsh: Y Dyfawden|
|Ebbw Vale||Welsh: Glynebwy|
|Grosmont||Welsh: Y Grysmwnt|
|Kemeys Commander||Welsh: Cemais Comawndwr|
|Kemeys Inferior||Welsh: Cemais|
|Llantillio-Crossenny||Welsh: Llandeilo Gresynni|
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