Aberhafesp (Wales)



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Miscellanea mainly in the hands of John Jenkins and Walter Davies and relating to the history, literature, ecclesiastical affairs, and music of Wales; a document relating to the collation of Richard Humffreys to the living of Aberhavesp, February 21, 1628 9; a fragment in the hand of Edward Lhuyd; a letter from Maudline Nanne to Robert Vaughan, May 24, 1636; etc.

Transcripts from Montgomeryshire parish registers, &c.,

Transcripts of miscellaneous entries of baptisms, marriages, and burials from the parish registers of Llandinam, Darowen (including bishops' transcripts), Aberhavesb (with additional notes, including 'some details about Aberhavesb people according to information gleaned from various places', etc.), Mallwyd, Llanwrin, Churchstoke, Cemmes, Llanbrynmair, and Trefeglwys, from the sixteenth to the nineteenth century; abstracts of, and extracts from, terriers, 1702-1791, and other parochial records of Darowen; extracts from memorial inscriptions in the churchyards of Aberhavesb, 1725-1902, Cemmes, 1719-1876, and Montgomery, 1765-1884; lists of ratepayers in the several townships in the parish of Trefeglwys, 1831; a list of persons named in Cyfeiliog and Mowddwy wills, 1668-1831, among the St. Asaph ecclesiastical probate records; etc. Some of the transcripts were made in May, 1918.

Richard Bennett.