Central Stores, Aberffraw - details of extant records on Archives Network Wales
"Central Stores in Aberffraw, Anglesey, was active in the 19th century; Account books and price lists giving names and addresses of customers 1826-1879 ..." Thomas Williams (draper), Aberffraw - details of extant records on Archives Network Wales
"Thomas Williams was a draper at Bodorgan Square, Aberffraw, Anglesey...... Ledger, 1894-1925; and day book/ledger, 1892-1923, including details of customers, showing changes of addresses and clothing for clothing club purchases and Bodorgan Hall servants"
Owen Hughes, builder - details of extant records on Archives Network Wales
"An account book and working diary of Owen Hughes giving details of building materials supplied and services rendered by Owen Hughes, 1913-1925. Miscellaneous photographs including one of Miss Hughes at the door of 18 Llewelyn Street and two of classes of pupils at Aberffraw school."
Church and chapel data from The Religious census of 1851 : A Calendar of the returns relating to Wales, Vol 11, North Wales. Ed. by Ieuan Gwynedd Jones, UWP, 1981. The names given towards the end of each entry are those of the informants.
Aberffraw Parish; Statistics; Area 6252 acres; Population 663 males, 669 females, total 1332
Aberffraw Parish Church (Diocese of Bangor) Attendance - morning 78, afternoon 42 2 services in Welsh taken by the curate W J Poole, Rector
Capel Talor Rodio [Calvinistic Methodist, 1860], Stryd y Capel on geograph.org.uk
"Aberffraw [Calvinistic/Capel Uchaf] Methodist Chapel, [Chapel St] was first built in 1885 (1785?) and this building is possibly the present Sunday School. The chapel was then rebuilt on a new site in 1822, rebuilt again in 1860 and restored in 1905......." cofleinand "Stone building possibly dating from late 18th century and either first chapel of 1772 or the rebuilt structure of 1785" coflein
"Dothan (CM) Methodist Chapel was built in 1829, modified in 1849, rebuilt in 1860 and rebuilt again in 1902.............." coflein
Soar, Bodorgan (CM) - on geograph.org.ukand "Soar Methodist (CM) Chapel (Bodorgan) was built in 1824, rebuilt in 1849 and enlarged in 1872............" coflein
Seion, Wesleyan chapel on geograph.org.ukand "Gilead/Capel Isaf, Bridge St - Seion Methodist Chapel was first built in 1806, rebuilt in 1851 and rebuilt again in 1887............" coflein
Aberffraw Branch of the Workers Union - details of extant records on Archives Network Wales
"Undeb Gweithwyr Môn, subsequently the Anglesey Workers' Union, was established in Llangefni in 1909 and officially registered as a trade union on 17th August 1911. It was dedicated to promote the interests of the Anglesey rural working class ................................. The Aberffraw branch, the first formed, remained in existence into the 1980s"