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The 1851 Religious Census - Llangiwg

Contributed by Caryl Jones (2002) and utilising original facts and figures shown in the book;

Jones, I.G. & Williams, D. The Religious census of 1851 : A Calendar of the returns relating to Wales, Vol 1, South Wales.Cardiff, 1976.

This data below relates to the parish of Llanguick, St David's Diocese, specifically to individual churches and chapels.

The Parish Church; Wm Thomas Perpetual Curate, Pontardawe

Gurnos chapel(Wesleyan Methodist); John Bowen. Society Steward,Yniscedwyn Works Nr Swansea

Bula chapel, Cwmtwrch (Calvinistic Baptist);  Lewis Rees. Deacon, Cwmtwrch

Pant-Teg chapel, Llanguicke (Independents) ; Phillip Griffiths, Minister, Alltwen

Soar chapel, Ystalyfera (Calvinistic Baptists); William Nicholas,Ystalyfera

Trinity Church, Gallytygryg  ; Thomas Rogers. Curate, Ystalyfera Iron Works

Saron chapel, Rhydyfro ; William Hopkin  Deacon, Gotregarth

Cwmllynfell chapel, Caegurwen District, Llanguicke (Independent Dissenters---or Congregationalists --- crossed out); John Herbert.  Deacon, (R. Pryce, Independent Minister--- crossed out)

Carmel chapel, Hamlet of Caegurwen, Llanguick (Independent); David (Jones?)  Deacon, Farmer, Llwynhen, Llanguick

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