Baptisms, marriages/banns and burials have been made available online for the remaining counties of Wales.
Find My Past UK has recently published images of the records from Welsh parish registers that were not already online. Find My Past says: “This means that you can now search 5,924,611 records of Church in Wales parish registers:
Baptisms: 2,083,430 records covering 1538-1912;
Marriages: 1,226,650 records covering 1539-1927;
Banns: 557,078 records covering 1603-1927;
Burials: 2,057,453 records covering 1539-2007.
“These records cover the following counties: Anglesey, Brecknockshire (or Breconshire), Caernarvonshire, Cardiganshire, Carmarthenshire, Denbighshire, Flintshire, Glamorgan, Merioneth, Monmouthshire, Montgomeryshire, Pembrokeshire and Radnorshire.
“These new records follow the first release of Welsh parish registers earlier this year. This is the first time that the complete Welsh parish baptism, marriage and death records have been made available online.
“We are proud to be working with the Welsh County Archivists Group and the National Library of Wales to bring you these records, which make up our Wales Collection.”
Although some parishes in south-west Herefordshire were part of the Welsh Archdeaconry of Brecon in the Diocese of St. David’s until 1852, their records are not included here. You can find images of many of these records at the History of Ewyas Lacy website, however.