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Anglesey

Place, Parish Dates Indexed Where to Find the Index Notes


Breconshire

Place, Parish Dates Indexed Where to Find the Index Notes
Brecon 1813 to 1837 Breconshire, Wales Marriages 1813-1837 You must have an account to view the marriage details.


Caernarfonshire

Place, Parish Dates Indexed Where to Find the Index Notes


Cardiganshire

Place, Parish Dates Indexed Where to Find the Index Notes
Cardiganshire 1813 to 1837 Family History Library names are indexed for each hundred within the county


Carmarthenshire

Place, Parish Dates Indexed Where to Find the Index Notes
Carmarthenshire 1754 to 1812 Family History Library indexed by bride and groom on 13 microfiche
Carmarthenshire (Dyfed Marriage Index) 1813 to 1837 Family History Library names are indexed for each hundred within the county


Denbighshire

Place, Parish Dates Indexed Where to Find the Index Notes


Flintshire

Place, Parish Dates Indexed Where to Find the Index Notes


Glamorgan

Place, Parish Dates Indexed Where to Find the Index Notes
All pre 1813 Glamorgan parishes 1569 to 1837 Purchase online at The Parish Chestor use at the Family History Library in Salt Lake City.


Merionethshire

Place, Parish Dates Indexed Where to Find the Index Notes


Monmouthshire

Place, Parish Dates Indexed Where to Find the Index Notes
Monmouthshire 1754 to 1812 Family History Library and National Library of Wales
Gwent/Monmouthshire 1813 to 1837 Purchase online at the Parish Chestor visit the Family History Library


Montgomeryshire

Place, Parish Dates Indexed Where to Find the Index Notes


Pembrokeshire

Place, Parish Dates Indexed Where to Find the Index Notes


Radnorshire

Place, Parish Dates Indexed Where to Find the Index Notes
Radnorshire 1754-1812 Family History Library



 

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