1851 Wales Census provided by Ancestry.com

Please choose a civil parish in Radnorshire:
Aberedw Evenjobb Lurkenhope
Adforton Stanway and Paytoe and Grange Gladestry Maesgwyn
Beguildy Glasbury Michaelchurch on Arrow
Bettws Disserth Gollon Mydwalled
Bleddfa Gwastedin Fawr Mystyrrhoes Llowdy
Boresford and Pedwardine Harpton New Radnor
Boughrood Heyop Newchurch
Bradnor Kinnerton Norton
Bronllys Kinsham Old Radnor and Burlingjobb
Bryngwyn Knighton Pennant
Buckton and Coxall Knucklass Pilleth
Caroge Llananno Presteigne
Cefnllys Llanbadarn Fawr Rhayader
Cefnpawl Llanbadarn Fynydd Rhiwrhiad
Cilgee Llanbadarn y Garreg Rhulen
Clas Llanbedr Painscastle Rushock and Barton
Clyro Llanbister St Harmon
Coedglasson Llandegley Stanage
Colva Llandewy Ystradenny Staunton on Arrow
Cregrina Llandewyfach Trawscoed
Creigbyther Llandilo Graban Trecoed
Cwm Toyddwr Llandrindod Trewern with Gwythla
Cwmlechwedd Llanelwedd Vainor
Discoyd Llanfihangel Helygen Vaynor Glare
Disserth Llanfihangel Rhydithon Walford and Letton and Newton
Drewern Llangunllo Walton and Womaston
Dyffryn Ellan Llanstephan Whitton
Dyffryn Gwy Llanvihangel Nantmellan  
Ednol Llowes  

Census Records - Parishes

After separating census records into groups by county, the British Government subdivided these records into civil parish groups. Many times, but not always, the civil parish name is the same as the local ecclesiastical parish. Researchers should also be aware of boundary line or jurisdictional changes through time. These changes may affect where an ancestor was recorded on the census, so it remains important to search the parishes surrounding the area where your ancestor lived.