"LLAN MADOG, in the Cwmwd of Gwyr, Cantref of Eginog (now called the Hundred of Swansea), County of GLAMORGAN, South Wales: a Rectory, valued in the King's Books at £9.: Patron, The Prince of Wales: Church dedicated to St. Madog. The Resident Population of this Parish, in 1801, was 171. The Money raised by the Parish Rates, in 1803, was £21..12..4, at 2s. 2d. in the pound. It is 14 m. W. b. S. from Swansea. This Parish contains about seven or eight hundred acres of inclosed and cultivated Land; and about three hundred acres uninclosed and uncultivated. It is situate upon Burry Harbour; and Llan Madog Hill is a well known Beacon to Mariners; upon which are the remains of a Roman Encampment. According to the Diocesan Report, in 1809, the yearly value of this Benefice, arising from Glebe, Tythes, and Surplice Fees, was £124..4..6." From: A Topographical Dictionary of The Dominion of Wales by Nicholas Carlisle, London, 1811.
The church is dedicated to St. Madoc, is in the Benefice of Llanrhidian with Llanmadoc and Cheriton, and the diocese of Swansea and Brecon. Details of the present incumbent of this benefice can be found at the Church in Wales website. The church can be located at grid reference SS439934.
Anglican Parish Registers Held at the National Library of Wales, Aberystwyth
Llanmadoc (32): Berges island, Broughton Bay, Cwm Ivy, Cwm Ivy Marsh, Great Plain, Hills, Hills Tor, Llanmadoc, Llanmadog Hill, Phillistone, Prissen Tor, The Goose, Whiteford Burrows, Whiteford Point, Whiteford Sands.