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APPENDIX, No. II.

ANGLO-SAXON SAINTS, TO WHOM CHURCHES HAVE BEEN

DEDICATED IN WALES.

Oswald, king of Northumbria ; he died A. D. 642. Jeffreyston, Pembrokeshire ; and Oswestry, in the county of Salop but in the diocese of St. Asaph.

Ina, king of Wessex ; he died at Rome in the year 727, and is commemorated on the seventh of February. Llanina, Cardiganshire.

Tecla, a female saint, born in England ; abbess of the monastery of Kirzengen at Ochnafort in Germany. Obiit A. D. 750 ; comm. Oct. 15. Llandegla, Denbighshire; and Llandegle, Radnorshire.

Tetta, abbess of Winburn in Wessex about A. D. 750. Llanddetty, Brecknockshire.

Milburg, a virgin; abbess of Wenlock in Shropshire about the middle of the seventh century. Comm. February 23. Llanfilo, Brecknockshire.

Kenelm, king of Mercia and martyr. Obiit A. D. 819. Rockfield, Monmouthshire.

Edmund, king of the East Angles, murdered by the Danes A. D. 870; commemorated November 20. Crickhowel, Brecknockshire.

Edith or Editha ; Five Saxon saints of this name. Llanedy, Carmarthenshire.

Edward, king and martyr, A. D. 979. Comm. February 18, March 18, and June 20.-Do. king and confessor ; Obiit A. D. 1066. Commemorated Jan. 5, and Oct. 13. Knighton, Radnorshire.

APPENDIX, No. III.

A LIST OF CHURCHES AND CHAPELS IN WALES,

Including the County of Monmouth and part the County of Hereford,

arranged with reference to their subordination.

N. B. The names at the head of each group are those of parent churches, or such as are not known to have been chapels; and wherever the names are printed in Italic, the church or chapel is extinct or in ruins. The name of the patron saint is placed after that of the edifice.

ANGLESEY.*

ABERFFRAW, Beuno. Eglwys y Baili. Capel Mair, St Mary. Amlwch, Elaeth. Llanwenllwyfo, Gwenllwyfo. Llangadog, Cadog.

Llanlleianau. Heneglwys, Llwydian. Trefwalchmai, Morhaiarn. Holyhead alias Caergybi, Cybi. Llanygwyddyl. Capel y Llochwyd.

Capel y Gorlas. Capel Sanffraid, Ffraid. Capel Gwyngeneu, Gwyngeneu. Bodedeyrn, Edeyrn. Bod-Twrog, Twrog.

Llandrygarn. Gwndy. Llanbadrig, Padrig. Llanbeulan, Peulan. Llechulched, Ulched. Llanfaelog, Maelog.

Tal-y-llyn, St. Mary. Llannerch-y-Medd, St. Mary. Ceirchiog or Bettws-y-Grôg, Holy Rood.

* This county contains more chapels dedicated to Welsh saints than any other; but it was, at an early age, considered to be the most populous and fertile part of Wales; and according to Bede, it contained, in the eighth century, nine hundred and sixty families, or about three times the population of the Isle of Man.

Llanddeusant, Sts. Marcellus and Marcellinus. Llanbabo, Pabo.

Llanfair Ynghornwy, St. Mary. Llanddona, Dona. Llanddwyn or Llanddwynwen, Dwynwen, a parish church in ruins. Llanddyfnan, Dyfnan. Llanbedr Goch, St. Peter. Llanfair ym

Mathafarn Eithaf, St. Mary. Pentraeth or Llanfair Bettws

Geraint, St. Mary. Llandegfan, Tegfan. Capel Meugan, Meugan. Capel Tydecho,

Tydecho. Llanfaes, St. Catherine. Beaumaris, St. Mary. A

Chapel in the Castle of Beaumaris. Llandyfrydog, Tyfrydog. Llanfihangel Tre'r Beirdd, St. Michael. Llancigrad, Eigrad. Llanallgo, Gallgo. Llugwy, St. Michael. Llanelian, Elian. Coed Ane, Ane. Rhos Peirio, Peirio. Bodewryd. Llanfachraith, Machraith. Llanenghenel, Enghenel. Llanfigel,

St. Vigilius. Llanfaethlu, Maethlu. Llanfwrog, Mwrog. Llanfair Pwll Gwyngyll, St. Mary. Llandyssilio, Tyssilio. Llanfechell, Mechell. Llanddogfael, Dogfael. Llanfihangel Ysgeifiog, St. Michael. Llanffinan, Ffinan. Llangadwaladr or Eglwys Ael, Cadwaladr. Llanfeirion, Meirion. Llangefni, Cyngar. Tregaian, Caian, Llangeinwen, Ceinwen. Llangaffo, Caffo. Llangristiolus, Cristiolus. Cerrig Ceinwen, Ceinwen. Llangwyllog, Cwyllog. Llaniestin, lestin. Llangoed, Cawrdaf and Tangwn. Llanfihangel

Tinsylwy, St. Michael. Llannidan, Nidan. Llanddeiniol Fab, Deiniolen. Capel Cadwal

adr, Cadwaladr. Llanedwen, Edwen. Llanfair yn y Cwm

mwd, St. Mary. Llanrhuddlad, Rhuddlad. Llanfflewin, Fflewin. Llanrhwydrys,

Rhwydrys. Llansadwrn, Sadwrn. Llantrisaint, Sannan, Afran, and Ieuan. Llanllibio, Llibio. Llech

gynfarwy, Cynfarwy. Rhodwydd Geidio, Ceidio. Gwaredog,

St. Mary. Bettws Bwchwdw. Newborough anciently Llananno,* Amo or Anno, and St. Peter.

* My vyrian Archaic logy, Vol. II,

Penmon, Seiriol. A Chapel in Priestholm Island.
Penmynydd, Gredifael.
Penrhos-Llugwy, St. Michael.
Rhôs Colyn, Gwenfaen. Llanfihangel yn Nhywyn, St. Michael.

Llanfair Neubwll, St. Mary.
Tref-draeth, Beuno. Llangwyfen, Cwyfen.

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BRECKNOCKSHIRE.

Aberysgyr, Cynidr and St. Mary.
Brecon, St. John the Evangelist. Do. St. Mary. Battle, Cynog.

Slwch Chapel, Elined or St. Almedha. Llanywern or Monkton,

St. Mary. A Hospitium, St. Catherine. Brynllys or Brwynllys, St. Mary. Cantref, St. Mary. Capel Nant Du. Cathedin, St. Michael. Crickhowel, St. Edmund. Llanfair Chapel, St. Mary. Devynock or Dyfynog, Cynog and Dyfnog. Llanilltyd, Iltyd, Capel

Callwen, Callwen. Llanulid or Crai Chapel, St. Julitta. Ystrad

Fellte, St. Mary. Y Faenor, Gwynno or Gwynnog. Garthbrengi, Dewi or St. David. Llanddew or Llandduw, Holy

Trinity. * Llanfaes, St. David. Christ's College, Holy Trinity,

formerly a church of St. Nicholas. Glasbury, Cynidr and St. Peter. Aberllyfni or Pipton. Velindre

Chapel Gwenddwr. Hay, St. John. Do. St. Mary, now the parish church. A Chapel Llanafan Fawr, Afan. Llanfechan, Afan. Llanfihangel Bryn Pabuan,

in the suburbs.

* Jones in his History of Brecknockshire supposes Llanddew to be an abbreviation of Llanddewi; but as the parish wake is held upon Trinity Sunday, the true etymology appears to be Llanılduw “the Church of God,” which was once the name of Llandrindod, or the Church of the Holy Trinity, in Radnorshire; there is also a church in Glamorganshire, dedicated to the Trinity, the name of which is enerally written “Llandow."

St. Michael. Llanfihangel Abergwesin, St. Michael. Capel

Alltmawr. Llysdinam. Gelli Talgarth or Rhos y Capel. Llanbedr Ystrad Yw, St. Peter. Partrishow, Issui or Ishow. Llanddetty, St. Tetta. Taf-fechan Chapel. Llanddulas or Tir yr Abad. Llandeilo'r Fân, Teilo. Capel Maes y Bwlch. Llandyfaelog Fach, Maelog. Llanfihangel Fechan, St. Michael. Llandyfalle, Maethlu. Crug-cadarn, St. Mary. Llaneigion or Llaneingion, Eigion or Eingion. Cilonw Chapel.

Capel y Ffin. Llanelyw, Ellyw. Llanfeugan, Meugan. Capel Glyn Collwyn. A Free Chapel in the

Castle of Pencelli, St. Leonard. Llanfihangel Cwm-dû, St. Michael. Llandegeman, Degeman or St.

Decumanus. Tretŵr Chapel, St. John. Llanfihangel Tal-y-llyn, St. Michael. Llanfilo, St. Milburg. Llandyfaelog Tref y Graig, Maelog. Llanfrynach, Brynach Wyddel. Llangammarch, Cammarch. Llanwrtyd, St. David. Llandde wi

Abergwesin, St. David. Llanddewi at Llwyn y Fynwent, St. David. Llansanffraid Cwmmwd Deuddwr, Ffraid, Llanfadog, Madog. Nantgwyllt Chapel. (The last three are in the

county of Radnor.) Llanganten, Cannen. Llangynog, Cynog. Llangasty Tal-y-Llyn, Gastayn. Llangattwg Crug-hywel, Cattwg. Llangeneu, Ceneu. Llanelly,

Ellyw. Oratory of St. Keyna, Ceneu. Llangors, Pawl Hên or St. Paulinus. Llangynidr, Cynidr and Mary. Eglwys Vesey. Llanhamlech or Llanamwlch, Illtyd and St. Peter. Llechfaen

Chapel. Llansanffraid, Ffraid or St. Bride. Llanspyddyd, Cadog. Capel y Bettws or Penpont Chapel. Llanwrthwl, Gwrthwl. Llanlleonfel. Llyswen. Llywel, David, Teilo, and Llywel. Trallwng, St. David. Rhydy

briw Chapel. Dolhywel, St. David.

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