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Transcripts of 1871, 1881, 1891, 1901, and 1911 censuses for Christ College School, Brecon - on John Ball's Welsh Family History Archive website.
- Kensington Baptist Chapel, Kensington, Brecon, Baptist
- Watergate Baptist Church, English Baptist
- St David, Church in Wales
- St David, Llanfaes, Church in Wales
- St Eluned, Brecon , Church in Wales
- St John (Cathedral), Church in Wales
- St John (Priory), Church in Wales
- St Mary, Church in Wales
- St Nicholas (Priory), Church in Wales
- Bethel Chapel, Bethel Square, Calvinistic Methodist
- Brecon Presbyterian Church, The Watton, Calvinistic Methodist
- Llanfaes Welsh Wesleyan Methodist Chapel / Tabernacle, Newmarch Street, Welsh Wesleyan Methodist
- Tabernacle Chapel (1), The Struet, Welsh Wesleyan Methodist
- Dr Coke Chapel, Lion Street, Wesleyan Methodist
- English Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, Free Street and Little Free Street, Wesleyan Methodist
- Tabernacle Chapel (1), Newmarch Street, Wesleyan Methodist
- Congregational Memorial College (Camden Court), Camden Road, Congregational
- Glamorgan Street Chapel, Glamorgan Street, Congregational
- Plough Chapel, Lion Street, Welsh Independent / URC
- Kensington Catholic Church, Roman Catholic
- St Michael, St Michael Street, Roman Catholic
You can also perform a more selective search for
churches in the Brecon area
that are recorded in the GENUKI church database. This will also help
identify other churches in nearby townships and/or parishes. You also have the option to see the
of the churches marked on a map.
See the separate pages for these churches;
Petty Sessions were first held in the nineteenth century, a minor court presided over by two or more justices or magistrates. Records include minute books, court registers, adoption registers, licensing and ledger accounts. There is a 75 year closure period for adoption records and 30 years for the rest. Petty Sessions Records from 1903-1994 (reference: BPS/BR) have been deposited at Powys Archives
You can see pictures of Brecon which are provided by:
You can see the administrative areas
in which Brecon has been placed at times in the past.
Select one to see a link to a map of that particular area.
You can see maps centred on OS grid reference SO045287 (Lat/Lon: 51.948530, -3.390954), Brecon which are provided by: