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Nantgarw in the Parish of Eglwysilan
For full and up-to-date details of their holdings see the sites of Glamorgan Record Office and/or West Glamorgan Archives
The Parish of St. Mary, Nantgarw, Chapel of Ease to Eglwysilan, transferred to Tongwynlais in 1954
|Anglican Parish Registers Held at the Glamorgan Record Office, Cardiff
Details of extant records on Archives Network Wales for the following;
- Tongwnlais with Taffs Well and Nantgarw Ecclesiastical Parish records "St. James' church, Taffs Well and St. Mary's church, Nantgarw were built as chapels of ease in the parish of Eglwysilan and transferred to Tongwynlais in 1954."
".......... including registers of baptisms, 1879-1968; marriages, 1922-1985; banns, 1926-1985; services, 1923-1980; churchwardens records, 1924-1987; parochial church council minutes, 1898-1988; church council, 1955-1976; orders of services, 1938-1985; miscellaneous records, 1950-1981"
|Non Conformist Registers Deposited at the Glamorgan Record Office, Cardiff
||OS Map Ref
You can see pictures of Nantgarw which are provided by:
Transcript of name listing for Pontypridd, and district, from Commercial and Trade Directories, for the years:-
You can see maps centred on OS grid reference ST125853 (Lat/Lon: 51.559723, -3.263649), Nantgarw which are provided by:
Nantgarw Colliery on the Miners' Advice site
Nantgarw Colliery on the Welsh Coal Mines site
View of Nantgarw Pottery - on People's Collection Wales 1 and People's Collection Wales 2.
"The Nantgarw Pottery was established in 1813 by William Billingsley (also known as William Beeley) and his son-in-law, Samuel Walker. The pottery was situated alongside the Glamorganshire Canal, along which the china clay was transported from Cardiff and the finished products sent back for shipping to London.........."