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Aberyscyr, V.

Hay, V.-1 Chapel, St. John's,
St. Mary's, Brecon --chapel to in ruins.
St. John's.

Aberllyfni, or Pipton, ruinated, Ystrad Fellte-chapel to Dyfyn- -chapel to Glasebury, (St. og (St. Cynog.)

Cantref, R.-1 Chapel, Nant Du. Crugcadarn,-chapel' to Llan-
Llanywern, C.

dy falle (St, Matthew.) Erwynllys, V.

Llanfair in Builth, C. Talachddu, R.


Creswell,-chapel to Clodock, Walterstone, C.

(St. Clydog.)


Kerry, V:*


Bleddfa, R.

Newchurch, R.
Abbey Cwm-Hirn-chapel to Bettws,-chapel to Diserth (St.
Llanbister (St. Cynllo.)

Pilleth,—chapel to Llangynllo Llanfaredd, -chapel to Aberedw
(St. Cynllo)

(St. Cewydd.) Gladestry, R.


Eglwys Fair a Churig;-chapel Coker; Cadog (St. Cadog ;)

to Henllan Amgoed (St. David.) and St. Thomas. Eglwys Fair Lantàf, -chapel to Llanfair ar y Bryn,-chapel to

Llanboidy (St. Brynach.) Llandingad (St. Dingad.) Kidwelly, V.-5 ruinated Chap- Capel Mair, in ruins,-chapel to

els.-Capel Teilo (St. Teilo ;) Talley (St. Michael.) Llanfihangel (St. Michael ;)

* 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.


Rhosili, R.
Penard, or Penarth, V.

St. Mary's, Swansea, V.-1 Chap

el, St. John's. Penrice, C.


St. Mary's, Cardigan, V.

Llanfair Tref helygen,-chapel to Llanfair Orllwyn, R.

Llandyfriog (St. Tyfriog.) Bryngwyn,-chapel to Penbryn Llanfair Clydogan, c. (St. Michael.)

Strata Florida, or Ystrad Flur, C.

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Newtown, R. Welsh Pool, V.-1 Chapel, But- Llanllugan, C.

Llanfair Caereinion, R.

tington (All Saints) Salop. Llanbrynmair, R. & V.

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Llanfair Isgaer, V.-1 Chapel, Trefriw, R.—2 Chapels, Llan.

Bettws Garmon (St. German- rhychwyn, (St. Rhychwyn ;) us.)

and Bettws y Coed (St. MiSt. Mary's, Carnarvon,-chapel chael.)

to Llanbeblig (St. Peblig.) Penllech, -chapel to Llaniestin Caer-rhun, V.

(St. Iestin.) Conway, V.

Beddgelert, C. Llanfair Fechan, R.


Dolgelleu, R.
Llanegryn, v.
Maentwrog, -chapel to Festiniog

Llanfair juxta Harlech, R.
Tal y Llyn,-chapel to Towyn

(All Saints.)

(St. Michael.)

* Properly speaking, Gloddaeth and Penrhyn are chapels in the parish of Eglwys Rhos, Carnarvonshire.


Derwen yn Ial, R.
Llanfair Dyffryn Clwyd, V.

Cyffylliog, -chapel to Llanynys (St. Saeran.)


Gwaredog,-chapel to Llantri- Llanfair Pwll, Gwyngyll, R.

sant (St. Sanan, Afran, and 1 Chapel, 'Llandyssilio (St. Iefan.)

Tyssilio.) Llanfair Ynghornwy,-chapel to Beaumaris, chapel to Llandeg

Llanddeusant (St. Marcellus fan (St. Tydecho.) and Marcellinus.)

Bodewrid, -chapel to Llanelian Llannerch y Medd,-chapel to (St. Elian.)

Llanbeulan (St. Peulan.) Pentraeth,—chapel to LlanddyfTal y Llyn.—chapel to Llanbeu- nan (St. Dyfnan.) lan (St. Peulan.)

Llanfair Mathafarn,-chapel to Llanfair îs Cwmmwd, --chapel to Llanddyfnan (St. Dyfran.) Llannidan (St. Aidan.) Total in Bangor




Bonvilleston, C.

Nolton Bridgend, -chapel to Penmark, V.

Coetty. Wenvo, R.

Aberafon, V.-1 Chapel, Baglan St. Mary's, Cardiff, (originally (St. Baglan.)

the parish church,)-1 Chapel, Cowbridge, --chapel to LlanbleddSt. John's.

ian (St. John the Baptist.) Caerau, C.

St. Mary Hill, R. Whitchurch,-chapel to Llan- St. Mary-church, R.

daff (St. Teilo & St. Peter.) Margam, c. Coetty, R.-1 Chapel, Nolton. Monknash, C.


Llanfair Cilgedin, R.

Dynstow, V.-1 Chapel, Tregaer. Abergavenny, V.-1 Chapel, St. Tregaer, chapel to Dynstow. John's.

Chepstow, V.

Llanwern, R.

Llanfair Discoed, C. Magor, V.

Malpas, C. Nash,-chapel to Goldcliff (St. Pantedge, R. (Qu. Pant-teg.) Mary Magdalen.)

Usk, V. Parsenet, alias Porthskewit, R.

Total in Llandaff




Newton Wallica, C. Monmouth- New Radnor, V. Radnorshire. shire.

Kenarton, alias Keynarth,-chapSt. Mary's, Monmouth, V.

el to Old Radnor (St. Stephen.)

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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.

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