WELSH NEWTON is a Parish, nine miles from Ross, and three from Monmouth, a potion of the Parish situated belonging to the latter County.
The Church, prettily situated in a valley, is a stone edifice, with porch, small steeple, and tower, that contains two bells. The Rev. J. Prosser, Rector; the Rev. B. Bourne, Curate; Mr. S. James, Clerk. Services - 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. alternately.
The Wesleyan Chapel is a stone building, situated on the Common, The Ministers of which are various. Services - 10.30 a.m.
Day and Sunday School, The Common. Supported by subscription. Mr. James Matthews, Master; Sarah Matthews, Mistress
| TRADES, FARMERS, ETC.
| Bartrum John, farmer || Lane Henry, farmer, Gwenherion |
| Bills George, farmer, Tremahaid || Lock George, farmer, Great House |
| Davis James, stone mason, Newton Common || Palmer John, mason |
| Davis John, farmer || Palmer John, victualler, Red Lion
| Dyser Charles, farmer, Newton Common || Powell Edward, victualler, Elephant and Castle
| Evans William, farmer, Mill Farm || Wells Thomas, blacksmith |
| Frances Thomas, farmer || Wheeler Mrs. Jane, farmer, Catlow Hill |
| George Timothy, shoemaker || Willcox Daniel, farmer, Summer House |
| James Silvey, shoemaker, and Parish Clerk || Williams James, carpenter and shopkeeper |
| Kettle Jonas, farmer, Pembridge Castle || |