Wales

To contact a resource owner, click on the link at the end of the citation.

General

See also ENGLAND, and these surnames: Felch, Middleton/Myddelton/Myddleton.

"1841 Census - Wales." JG10

"1851 Census - Wales." JG10

"1861 Census - Wales." JG10

"1871 Census - Wales." JG10

"1881 Census - Wales." JG10

"1881 British Census and National Index." Church of Latter Day Saints, 1999. Most important census detail for 1881 in Great Britain (England, Scotland, wales, Channel Isles, Isle of Man and Royal Navy). CM6, JG10, VG

"1891 Census - Wales." JG10

"1901 Census - Wales." JG10

"Burke's Landed Gentry." Sir Bernard Burke, Harrison, 1871. A list of "gentlemen" holding land in the British Isles, with some genealogical information about their forebears and their immediate family. MK3

"Country Churchyards In Wales." Donald Gregory, Gwasg Carreg Gwalch, 1991. EB2

"List Of Welsh Entries In The Memoranda Rolls 1282-1343." Natalie Fryde, University of Wales Press, 1974. EB2

"Rand McNally Road Atlas of Britain." N.a. Edinburgh, Scotland, UK: Bartholomew, a Division of HarperCollins Publishers, Comprehensively indexed road atlas of England, Scotland and Wales, 144 pages. Atlas uses new county scheme introduced in 1970's, but owners can usually identify what jurisdiction a village, town or city lay within in the old scheme. MPR

"The Surnames Of Wales." John & Sheila Rowlands, Federation of Family History Societies Ltd., 1996. EB2

"Vital Records Index British Isles." LDS Second Edition. Partial collection of 10.4 million marriages, births and christenings taken from British Isle records 1538 - 1906. JS18

"Welsh Place-names and Their Meanings." Dewi Davies, The Cambrian News, no publication date...old book at least back to the 1930's. EB2

"Who's Who 1947." no author, Black, 1947. Biographical details of prominent people alive in 1947. Each entry is the work of its subject. MK3

"Who's Who In Welsh History." Deborah C. Fisher, Christopher Davies, Ltd., 1997. EB2

Anglesay

"Ships And Seamen of Anglesey." Aled Eames, The Anglesey Antiquarian Society, 1973. INDEX lists VESSELS, PLACES and PERSONS. Also history of ship building and ship owning in Anglesey especially Amlwch and Menai Bridge. SD10

Cardiganshire

"Historic Cardiganshire Homes and Their Families." Francis Jones, Brawdy Books, 2000. Title self-explanatory. EB2

Carmarthenshire

"Historic Carmarthenshire Homes And Their Families." Major Francis Jones-Brawdy Books-1997. EB2

"Kidwelly A History." Eric Hughes, Published by Eric Hughes, 1999. EB2

Glamorgan

1851 Census for Glamorgan. JG10

"Glamorgan 1861 Census." Glam FHS 2003. 1861 Census for the County of Glamorgan, Wales. JG10

"Glyntaff Burial Index." Glam FHS. Burials at Glyntaff Cemetery, Pontypridd. JG10

Nevern

"A Book on Nevern." Dillwyn Miles, Gomer Press, 1998. EB2

Pembrokeshire

"Historic Houses of Pembrokeshire And Their Families." Major Francis Jones-Brawdy Books-1996. EB2

"A History Of Haverfordest." Edited by Dillwyn Miles, Gomer Press, 1999. EB2

"The Lords of Cemais." Dillwyn Miles, Cemais Publications, 1997. EB2

"Pembroke People." Richard Rose, Otterquill Books, 2000. People of Pembrokeshire Wales late 17 and early to mid 1800's. EB2

"Treasury of Historic Pembrokeshire." Francis Jones-Brawdy Books-1998. This book contains Pembrokeshire Houses and families as well as a treasure trove of other information relating to Pembrokeshire, Wales. EB2