Ask Nikki Bosworth at the Pembrokeshire RO.
But I think there were only the main parishes until you get into the 19th
century. From then on it gets more complex.
So it depends what time period you are talking about. Pre-1837 it is quite
simple. Milford was founded in 1808 from Steynton, and its records are at
the Pembrokeshire RO. Pembroke has St. Marys and St. Michaels and Monkton.
After 1850 it will get a lot more complex.
From: dyfed-bounces(a)rootsweb.com [mailto:email@example.com] On
Behalf Of Lynne Ingalls
Sent: Friday, April 23, 2010 9:20 PM
Subject: [Dyfed] Chapels of Ease
Hello to the weblist -
It is cold and rainy in the city of Tucson today, so I am delving into some
more research. Can anyone tell me about Chapels of Ease in St. Mary's
parish, St. Katherines, or the other parishes surrounding Pembroke or
Milford? If there were chapels of ease, were the records for baptisms and
burials kept separtely from the records in the parish church? If so, would
those records be kept at the Record Office under a different file?
Any help greatly appreciated.
Lynne in Tucson
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