ST. DOGMELLS RURAL, St. Thomas 1847-1853 -
on the Church plans online
Some 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 are those of the informants
- No return for Parish Church
- Blaen y Waun Baptist Erected in 1745 John Phillips Williams, Minister
- Bethsaida Baptist Erected in 1813 John Phillips Williams, Minister
- Capel Degwell Ind Erected in 1820 Daniel Davies, Minister
- Sion CM Erected in 1838 Thomas Davies, Elder, Farmer, Penywern
- [Illegible] chapel Ind Erected in 1835 It is used as a place of worship and a Day School David M Evans, Minister
- Gerezim Baptist Erected in 1848 John Phillips Williams, Minister
Parish entry for St Dogmael's with Llantwyd and Monington from The Welsh Church Year Book, 1929 (Cd by Archive CD Books).
- St Thomas
- St Illtyd (Llantwd)
- St Nicholas (Monington)
- Incumbent and Curates; J G Hughes (L J Edwards)
- Rural Deanery of Kemes
- Acreage 6,285 & 1,843 & 1,028; Population 2,248
Hilling, John B. (John Bryan). Cilgerran Castle, St Dogmaels Abbey, Pentre Ifan burial chamber, Carreg Coetan Arthur burial chamber.Cadw: Welsh Historic Monuments, 1992. 52p : col ill, geneal table,maps,plans ; 21cm.
Rees, Benjamin. Hanes Eglwysi Bedyddwyr yn Blaenywaun, Gerazim, Penuel Cemmaes a Tabernacl [A History of the Baptist Churches at Blaenywaun, Gerazim, Penuel Cemmaes and the Tabernacl]. W Williams,1899. Here is the author's obituary which is of general interest for the local information it contains.
Pritchard, Emily M. The history of St. Dogmaels Abbey : together with her cells, Pill, Caldey and Glascareg, and the mother abbey of Tiron .London : Blades, East & Blades, 1907. 241p,leaves of plates : ill, folded map ; 26cm. Includes index