Country: Wales

Region (County/State/Province): Montgomeryshire

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Contact: Peter Watson

Study Description 

This parish is situated in mid-Wales, four miles northeast of Newtown and six miles southwest of Welshpool. In 1831 it had its greatest population, of around 900, and a total area of some 5,400 acres. As well as the Anglican Church to the northeast of the village, there were two Calvinistic Chapels and a Baptist Chapel in the parish. This study concentrates on repopulating all families into their respective dwellings, between 1737 and 1937.


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468 in 1931

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