Church and chapel data from The Religious census of 1851 : A Calendar of the returns relating to Wales, Vol 11, North Wales. Ed. by Ieuan Gwynedd Jones, UWP, 1981. The names given towards the end of each entry are those of the informants.
Parish statistics; Area 3578 acres; Population 128 males, 123 females, total 251
Llangar Parish Church Attendance - morning 40 "There is no afternoon service at Llangar during the winter months, on account of the state of the roads and the distance most part of the congregation reside from the Church; and during the Summer months the number of the afternoon congregation is very variable and so much depends on the state of the weather. There is no hamlet or village or Public House or Chapel of any denomination in the parish" Services in Welsh John Dawson, Minister
This church was in Merioneth until 1974, then Clwyd until 1996, now in Denbighshire.
Aerial photograph of All Saints Church and churchyard, Llangar, 1995 - on the People's Collection Wales site (Shown as in Llangar parish although Kain/Oliver shows it is in a detached part of Gwyddelwern parish)
All Saints Church Graveyard Survey "Survey of graves in All Saint's Churchyard, Llangar, carried out for Department of the Environment by Ron Shoesmith of Hereford Archaeological Unit, 1974. Revised in 1977."
Description and Travel
You can see pictures of Llangar which are provided by:
Irvine, William Ferguson, collection of Llangar and Edeirnion papers "Papers collected by William Ferguson Irvine, 1615-1946, comprising maps of Rûg Demesne and adjoining farms, -1792; guide books, 1902 and [20th century]; newspaper articles, 1942-1946; photographs, 1937; notes and notebook, 1814-1864; correspondence, 1932-1936; extracts [?], 1665-1666, 1857; Llangar churchwardens' accounts and parish registers, 1615-1806; notes on the Barons of Edeirnion, 1719-1889; Baget Documents report, 1943; and draft articles, 1729-1730."