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A history of Newport. Newport, Gwent : Newport Borough Council,  32p.
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The County Borough of Newport, Monmouthshire, visitors guide. Cheltenham : Burrow, 
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Wilson, John. Art and society in Newport : James Flewitt Mullock and the Victorian achievement. Newport, Gwent : Newport Museum and Art Gallery, c1993. 69p.
Wybron, Norman. The Chartists of Blaenau Gwent : an account of the part they played in the march in Newport on the 3rd-4th November 1839. [Newport] : Kerin Publications, 1989. 49p.
Church and chapel data from The Religious census of 1851 : A Calendar of the returns relating to Wales, Vol 1, South Wales. Ed. by I.G Jones, & D. Williams. UWP, Cardiff, 1976. The names given towards the end of each entry are those of the informants. Check with Gwent RO to see what extant records are held, and possible names of chapels/churches established after 1851.
St Woollos Parish consisting of St Woollos and the Borough of Newport; Statistics; Area 3854 acres; Population 10,536 males, 9743 females, total 20279
St Woollos Parish Church Usual number of attendants 200 2 services in English Unsigned
Pillgwenlly School Room (District of St Paul) Erected by Rowley Lascelles Esq (no date) Used as a temporary place of worship in connection with the Church of England Attendance - morning 50 + 75 scholars, evening 160 "This small school room is to be replaced shortly with a church to hold 660 people " Henry Wybrow, Perpetual Curate of St Paul's
Wesleyan Chapel, Pillgwenlly Erected 1828 Attendance - 152 + 51 scholars, evening 244 Frederick Payne, Minister
Baptist Chapel, Commercial Rd Erected 1843 Attendance - morning 200 + 117 scholars, evening 300 +117 scholars David Edwards, Minister
Bible Christian Chapel, Commercial Rd Erected 1840 Attendance - morning 71, evening 84 James (Illegible), Trustee, No 6 Portland St
Wesleyan Reformers, Pillgwenlly Erected 1850 (Not used exclusively as a place of worship) Attendance - morning 65 + 110 scholars, evening 160 + 50 scholars "This Congregation consists mainly of Wesleyans who have been expelled for disputing about matters of Discipline in Methodism" John Cole, Local Preacher and Tenant, Pillgwenlly
Trinity Chapel, Pillgwenlly English Independents Erected 1844 Attendance - morning 15 + 32 scholars, evening 30 + 15 scholars Alexander Bowman, A member, No 10 Portland St
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints held at Sunderland Hall, Llanarth St Rented from Oct 1847 Morning 60, afternoon 200, evening 400 No scholars Jacob Jones, Preseident, Thos. Roberts, Shoemaker, Top of Caroline St, Newport
English Baptist Chapel, Commercial St Erected 1829 Attendance - morning 350 + 82 scholars, afternoon 183 scholars, evening 550 "Mothering Sunday, a Welsh Festival or custom causes a small attendance today" William Allen, Minister, Storr Hill
See also 2 entries below which show St Woollos as their parish
St Paul District Church Consecrated 1836 to supply the spritual want of an increasing population.... total cost c £7000 Attendance - morning 756 + 100 scholars, afternoon 128, evening 660 3 services in English Henry Wybrow, Perpetual Curate
St Marie's Catholic Church (St Woollos) Erected 1839 Attendance - morning Mass 400, 2 Do 900, afternoon 200, evening 700 Dominick (? Martin), Parish Priest
Hope Chapel, Commercial St, Congregational Independent Erected originally before 1810, in its present form in 1814 Attendance - morning 179 + 117 scholars, afternoon 189 scholars, evening 210 John Barfield, B.A, Minister, 20 Llanarth St
No Name or Title (elsewhere listed as Plymouth Brethren) at 34 Llanarth St Building not used exclusively as a place of worship Attendance - morning 19, evening 19 "In some parts of England we are known by the designation "Brethren" " John Skinner, An Elder
Tabernacle Chapel, Congregational or Independent Erected 1822 Attendance - morning 278 + 85 scholars, afternoon 148 scholars, evening 513 Thomas Gillman, Minister, No 5 Great Dock St
Mariners' Church, Canal Side, Newport Used by all Dissenting Denominations Erected 1827 Attendance - (average) afternoon 50 "The place is fitted up entirely with benches, all free sittings, and the ministers of the various congregations alternately and gratuitously" Thomas Turner, Secretary, Commercial Rd
Mill St Chapel, Independents Erected more than 200 years ago Attendance - morning 14+ 6 scholars, evening 40 + 10 scholars Lewis Edwards, Deacon, Bro-dawel, Nr Newport
Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, Commercial St (St Woollos) Erected originally 1808, present building on same site in 1850 Attendance - morning 240 + 40 scholars, evening 390 Edward William Jones, Chapel Steward, Glan Mor
Mount Zion Chapel, Hill St, Newport, Independent Erected 1835 Attendance morning 156, afternoon 78 scholars, evening 189 Griffith Griffiths, Minister
Welsh Baptist Chapel, Charles St, Newport Erected 1817 Attendance - morning 280, afternoon 150 scholars, evening 300 (..."average attendance must be something more) William Thomas, Minister
Wesleyan Chapel of the Free Church or Reform Wesleyans, Hill St Erected 1832 and undergoing enlargement at the present time Attendance - morning 145, afternoon 70 scholars, evening 249 "This congregation is one formed of persons who have been expelled from the old Wesleyan body in consequence of their disapproval of the acts of the Conference in the year 1849 and also of persons who have retired with them together with such as have since joined them" James Ewins, Senior Local Preacher and Class Leader, 13 High St
Latter Day Saints Chapel Not a separate and entire building Usual number - morning 100 + above 30 scholars, afternoon 100, evening 160 + about 30 scholars Informant; no signature
Kain, R.J.P., Oliver, R.R., Historic Parishes of England and Wales: an Electronic Map of Boundaries before 1850 with a Gazetteer and Metadata [computer file]. Colchester, Essex: History Data Service, UK Data Archive [distributor], 17 May 2001. SN: 4348. Here is a gazetteer/finding aid plus a set of overview maps to accurately identify the position of parishes within the county.
You can see maps centred on OS grid reference ST309877 (Lat/Lon: 51.583857, -2.998740), Casnewydd / Newport which are provided by: