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Creswell,-chapel to Clodock, Walterstone, C.
Eglwys Fair a Churig,-chapel to Henllan Amgoed (St. David.) Eglwys Fair Lantâf,-chapel to Llanboidy (St. Brynach.) Kidwelly, V.-5 ruinated Chapels. Capel Teilo (St. Teilo;) Llanfihangel (St. Michael;)
Abbey Cwm-Hir,-chapel to
Coker; Cadog (St. Cadog;)
*Kerry is dedicated to St. Michael; but the authority of Browne Willis is followed, in order to preserve the proportion which this and the two succeeding lists bear to each other, including all inaccuracies.
* Properly speaking, Gloddaeth and Penrhyn are chapels in the parish of Eglwys Rhos, Carnarvonshire.
Llanfair Cilgedin, R.
Dynstow, V.-1 Chapel, Tregaer.
Abergavenny, V.-1 Chapel, St. Tregaer, chapel to Dynstow.
The list, notwithstanding its apparently large amount, bears but a small proportion to the churches dedicated to this Saint over the same extent of territory in England; and it must not be forgotten that the great majority is to be found in such parts of Wales as became first subject to the English
*If it were allowable to amend the list given from Ecton, it might be shown, from the Taxation of Pope Nicholas, that Llanbrynmair was once a chapel under Darowain, though it now forms a separate benefice; Builth was formerly subject to Llanddewi'r Cwm; Strata Florida is in the parish of Caron, and therefore subordinate to the church of Tregaron. Other corrections might be adduced; and if decayed chapels and oratories not mentioned by Ecton were included, the number of chapels dedicated to the Virgin would be considerably augmented.