Cwmtwrch in the Parish of Llangiwg
"Cwmtwrch is a village in the valley of the Afon Twrch, a right-bank tributary to the Swansea Valley, Wales, some 15 miles north of Swansea." wikipedia
N.B. All of Cwm-twrch Uchaf is in the parish of Ystradgynlais in the county of Breconshire,
some of Cwm-twrch Isaf is in Llangiwg, Glamorganshire with the river Twrch forming most of the border, but not all.
|Nonconformist Registers Deposited at the National Library of Wales, Aberystwyth|
|Chapel||Baptisms||Marriages||Burials||OS Map Ref|
|Beulah, Baptist||1899-1928||-||1899-1928||SN 76681030|
|Capel Newydd, Baptist||-||1953-1978||-||SN 76541040|
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Cwmtwrch Man Killed in Action - Llais Llafur, 7 July 1917 - on the People's Collection Wales site
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