I'm afraid the simple answer is no.
MI Surveys in Pembrokeshire of Church let alone Chapel Burial Grounds is very patchy.
Some areas have been covered better than others.
This is also true for Cardiganshire and Carmarthenshire.
If you could be more specific, about the Parishes or Chapels you are interested in, I
might be able to answer your question.
I am always suprised by the number of burials in local graveyards of individuals, and
whole families from other counties. They were returned to be buried in the ancestral plot
or burial ground. The connection in some of the instances I have researched out of
curiosity, is often a couple of generations earlier.
An all Dyfed Index is therefore sorely required.
Message Received: Mar 20 2012, 10:36 PM
From: "Roy Davies"
Subject: [Dyfed] Non-conformist burial grounds in Pembrokeshire?
Does anyone know if there is a comprehensive (or at least reasonably
full) list of Non-Conformist burial grounds in Pembrokeshire with the
dates that they were in use? If such a list exists is there an index
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