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One of forty-one volumes containing transcripts of, and extracts from, parish registers and bishops' transcripts of parish registers principally from Monmouthshire, in the autograph of Bradney, with several insets in the autographs of John Hobson Matthews (Monmouth), Francis Green (St Davids), John Davies (Aberystwyth) and others. This volume contains transcripts and extracts from the parish registers of Portskewett, 1679-1680; Mamhilad, 1684-1804; St Arvans, 1686-1759; Caerleon, 1695-1773; Chapel Hill, 1696-1804; Llangeview, 1696-1806; Mynyddislwyn, 1717-1779; Trevethin, 1729-1808; Bedwellty, 1734-1777; Llanfihangel Pontymoile, 1754; Gwernesney, 1783-1811; Llanfaches, 1810-1829; Horfield (Gloucestershire), 1561-1665; Olveston (Gloucestershire), 1592-1660; St Mary le Crypt, Gloucester, 1661; Newnham (Gloucestershire), 1676; Tiddenham (Gloucestershire), 1685-1783; Little Deane (Gloucestershire), 1710; St Michael, Gloucester, 1719-1726; Pucklechurch (Gloucestershire), 1731-1738; St James, Bristol, 1569-1700; Stapleton, Bristol, 1682-1780; Scarborough (Yorkshire), 1717-1751; and Bishop's Castle (Salop), 1729-1822.