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Contents

General

Collections

Wales Births and Baptisms, 1541-1907

Collection

Wales Deaths and Burials, 1586-1885

Wales Marriages, 1541-1900

Wales, Probate Abstracts, 1773-1780

Other Links

References

Note: look under ‘Forums’ for further excellent guides.
Note: This is a database of over 164,000 records containing the details of coalmining accidents and deaths in the UK
Stories and Poems with Welsh Mining Theme.
Cilfynydd pronounced: kil-vun-ith = means nook in the mountainside

Locations

Anglesey

Work Houses 

  • Anglesey
  • Holyhead

Other Websites

Breconshire (Brecknockshire)

Work Houses 

  • Brecknock
  • Builth
  • Crickhowell
  • Hay

Websites

Caenarvonshire (Caernarfonshire)

Workhouses

  • Bangor & Beaumaris
  • Carnarvon
  • Conway
  • Pwllheli

Websites

Cardiganshire

Work Houses

  •  Aberayron
  • Aberystwyth
  • Cardigan
  • Lampeter
  • Tregaron

Websites

Carmarthenshire

Work Houses

  • Llandilo Fawr
  • Llandovery
  • Llanelly
  • Newcastle in Emlyn

Websites

Denbighshire

Work Houses

  • Llanrwst
  • Ruthin
  • Wrexham

Websites 

Work Houses

  • Hawarden
  • Holywell
  • St. Asaph

Websites

Glamorgan

Work Houses

  • Bridgend Cowbridge
  • Cardiff
  • Merthyr Tydfil
  • Neath
  • Pontardawe
  • Pontypridd
  • Swansea

Websites

Merionethshire

Work Houses

  • Bala
  • Corwen
  • Dolgelley
  • Festiniog

Websites

Monmouthshire

Work Houses 

  • Abergavenny
  • Bedwellty
  • Chepstow
  • Monmouth
  • Newport
  • Pontypool

Websites

Montgomeryshire

Work Houses

  • Montgomery & Pool (Forden)
  • Llanfyllin
  • Machynlleth
  • Newtown
  • Llanidloes

Websites

Pembrokeshire

Work Houses

  • Haverfordwest
  • Narberth
  • Pembroke

Websites

Radnorshire

Websites

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