I was hoping to find a Batch No. for you, but there doesn't seem to be any
listed for a parish church.
Would the film number help you?
Bishop's transcripts, 1799-1883
authors: Church in Wales. Parish Church of Llangwm (Pembrokeshire)
format: Manuscript/Manuscript on Film
publication: Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of
physical: on 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm.
Microreproduction of original records in the National Library of Wales,
Christenings, marriages and burials, 1799-1837, and christenings and
Wales, Pembroke, Llangwm - Church records
Note Location Film
Bishop's transcripts Family History Library BRITISH Film 105174 Item 1
Lynne in Tucson
From: R & M Tait
Sent: Friday, June 15, 2012 8:24 PM
Subject: [Dyfed] Fw: JONES, Pembrokeshire: census records going begging
It would be wonderful if one could search genealogy sites like Findmypast
using parish names to locate people. However, these records for
Pembrokeshire JONESes (see below) - who turned out not to be the ones I was
hoping to find in Llangwm! - may be helpful to someone else and save you a
few search credits. If you ar einbterested in any of them please contact me
off-line and I'll pass them on.
If anyone can point me towards information for the JONESes who lived in Main
Street Llangwm, or Llangwm Village or Black Tar, I'd be most grateful.
1861 John JONES 61 b. Ambleston
1861 John JONES 61 b. Steynton
1871 Sarah JONES 70 b. Pembroke, wife of Richard JONES 61 b.
1871 William JONES 40 b. Carnarvon; Master of the vessel "Moses
1871 William JONES 39 b. Nevern[?] widower with 6 children in
1891 Henry JONES 65 b. Hook
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