"Newton is an electoral ward and a village in the City of and County of Swansea, Wales. The Newton ward is a part of the Mumbles community. ... The village of Newton is located near the Mumbles just inland and uphill from Swansea Bay. The sandy beaches of Langland Bay and Caswell Bay are located to the far south of the ward." wikipedia
"OYSTERMOUTH, formerly a parish, consisting of the seaside village of Oystermouth (or The Mumbles) together with the hamlets of Norton and Newton, by Local Government Board Provisional Confirmation Order No. 6, dated August 8th, 1918, is now, with Brynau, incorporated in the county borough of Swansea, under the title of Oystermouth and Brynau, " [From Kelly's South Wales Directory 1923 (ArchiveCDBooks) - transcribed by Gareth Hicks]
The church is the dedicated to St. Peter, is in the Benefice of Newton St. Peter, 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 SS603879.
Newton Ecclesiastical Parish Records " .............. Registers (including service and banns registers) 1899-1993; electoral rolls 1920-1970 and n.d.; Churchwardens' accounts 1933-1967; PCC minutes 1933-1963; papers relating to church property and fabric (including plans and licences) 1867-1993; papers relating to Newton School 1939-1970 and n.d.; church organizations 1905-1907; miscellaneous papers 1932-1978."
Non Conformist Registers deposited
OS Map Ref
(*not on WGAS online list)
PRO - Newton in the Parish of Oystermouth WGAS - West Glamorgan Archive Service
Newton School, records "....... including log books, 1865-1948; an admission register, 1911-1956; summary attendance registers, 1907-1959; Swansea Education Committee handbooks, 1926-1936; advisory forms for parents, [c. 1925].