"OLD RADNOR, (or Maes-hyved Hen) a parish partly in the hundred of Radnor, and partly in that of Wigmore, county Radnor, and also containing some places in the county of Herefordshire, 4 miles from Kington, its post town, and 3 from New Radnor. It is situated on the river Somergill, and contains the townships of Ednal, Kinnerton, Evenjobb, Upper and Lower Harpton, and Walton ... More " [Description(s) from The National Gazetteer of Great Britain and Ireland (1868) Transcribed by Colin Hinson ©2003]
See also Radnorshire
- The transcription of the section for Old Radnor from the National Gazetteer (1868) provided by Colin Hinson.
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- "Includes townships of Old Radnor and Burlingjobb (which includes the village of Weythell in the parish of Gladestry); Walton and Womaston; Evenjobb, Newcastle, Barland and Burfa; Kinnerton, Salford and Badland; Ednol; part of Upper Harpton; and Lower Harpton, the latter being the only part of the parish in Herefordshire. The parish of Evancoyd was formed out of the northwest part of the parish in 1866."
(Ref: The Parish Registers of Herefordshire, J Harnden, 1987, ISBN 0 9512347 0 6)
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