I am in Australia so apart from the fact Wolfsdale is in Camrose I know very
little about the area.
However, I do have a little booklet written at least a decade ago which
shows Places of Worship in Camrose
as Camrose Parish Church which dates from the 13th. century: Camrose
Baptist Chapel built 1838: Bethel Baptist Chapel, Sutton, established
1830's: Wolfsdale United Reformed Church opened for worship 1827.
St. Ishmaels Church, Lambston ...."was probably no more than a wooden hut
and it was many years before there was a stone-built edifice. It was
enlarged to its present size in the 12th. century under the direction of
Norman architects. The living at Lambston came to the Philipps' family of
Picton Castle and in 1749 it was donated to Pembroke College, Oxford" so
that is a possible for you.
and Keyston Reformed Church was established 1787.
"The Wolfsdale United Reform Church was built on a site where two cottages
had stood for generations and was opened for worship in 1827" There is a
short article about the various incumbents and the fact that in 1927 it
celebrated its centenary with services spread over four days and attended by
people from all parts of Pembrokeshire.
For the Camrose Parish Church ....it states the original records still
extant are kept at The National Library of Wales, Aberystwyth but
facsimilies are kept in the Church safe....Marriage registers date back to
1754, while baptisms and burials are little later than that. The Church
also has a silver Communion Chalice hallmarked 1574. For 1600's you may
have to rely on Will information or articles which may have been written
about certain families........do you have specific names?
Hope that helps.
---- Original Message -----
From: "Myrna" <m5y13(a)ida.net>
Sent: Wednesday, November 28, 2012 11:55 AM
Subject: [Dyfed] Wolfdale , Pembrokeshire Wales
Could anyone tell me what church the people who lived in Wolfsdale in
1600's go to. What parish would they be in.
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