Pembrokeshire Nonconformist Records

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Many of the county's nonconformist chapel registers are available:

  • In an archive or library
  • Published as a booklet or on microfiche
  • On-line as transcriptions of the original registers on the IGI. (Many of the birth and christening records on the IGI have had patronymic names incorrectly applied by the transcriber).
  • On-line as part of a pay to use website
  • Usually only the christening/birth, marriage and burial registers are listed in published guides
  • About 25% of chapels have deposited their registers with an archive or library
  • Many records exist which are not considered registers that may supplement existing registers or serve as substitutes for registers that have not been deposited yet or are lost


Parish/ Place Chapel Denomination District (1851) Sub-district (1851) Christenings/births Marriages Burials/deaths Cause Began or Chapel Erected Chapel closed Archive FHL # Monumental Inscriptions other record types Sources Notes
Abergwaun / Fishguard Baptisty, Glan-ainon, Fishguard (none named) Haverfordwest Fishguard graveyard maked on OS 25" map of 1907 Royal Commimission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Wales (RCAHMW)
Abergwaun / Fishguard Berachah Chapel, New Hill, Goodwick Calvinistic Methodist Haverfordwest Fishguard erected 1830 RCAHMW
Abergwaun / Fishguard Bethany English Congregational Chapel, Goodwick Hill, Goodwick Congregationalist Haverfordwest Fishguard erected 1905 converted to storage facility by 1993 RCAHMW
Abergwaun / Fishguard Bethel English Baptist Church, Fishguard Baptist Haverfordwest Fishguard erected 1905 RCAHMW
Abergwaun / Fishguard Bethesda English Baptist Church, Main Street, Goodwick Baptist Haverfordwest Fishguard RCAHMW
Abergwaun / Fishguard Capel-y-Cwm, Glyn-y-Mel Road, Lower Fishguard Calvinistic Methodist Haverfordwest Fishguard RCAHMW
Abergwaun / Fishguard Ebenezser, (Stop and Call) Goodwick Hill, Goodwick Congregationalist Haverfordwest Fishguard erected 1828 RCAHMW
Abergwaun / Fishguard Ebenezer, Kensington St Baptist Haverfordwest Fishguard abt 1845 Nonconformist Registers of Wales (hereafter referred to as "1"); Religious Censusof 1851 (hereafter referred to as "2"); The Parish Churches and Nonconformist Chapels of Wales: Their Records and Where to Find Them" (hereafter referred to as "4") Branch of Hermon, Fishguard Parish
Abergwaun / Fishguard Fishguard branch Mormon church Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Haverfordwest Fishguard abt 1856 LDS British Book 942-K24L.332 abt 1856 FHLC
Abergwaun / Fishguard Goedwig Welsh Baptist Church; Goodwick, Main Street, Goodwick Baptist Haverfordwest Fishguard erected 1873 RCAHMW
Abergwaun / Fishguard Hermon, High Street, Upper Fishguard Particular Baptist Haverfordwest Fishguard preaching before 1739 2,4, RCAHMW
Abergwaun / Fishguard Kingdom Hall Jehovah's Witnesses Haverfordwest Fishguard RCAHMW
Abergwaun / Fishguard Tabernacle, Park St, Upper Fishguard Congregationalist Haverfordwest Fishguard 1806-37 1788-1837 1796 TNA 1,2,4, RCAHMW Branch of Rhosycaerau, St Nocholas Parish (where records available) until 1863.
Abergwaun / Fishguard Temperance Hall, West Street, Fishguard (none named) Haverfordwest Fishguard erected 1878 converted to commercial use by 1993 RCAHMW
Abergwaun / Fishguard Tower Hill / Pen towr / Pentour Calvinistic Methodist Haverfordwest Fishguard 1814 to 1864 1739-1743, but census states 1759* NLW 1,4, RCAHMW Connected to Woodstock, Ambleston through minister. * RCAHMW indicates chapel erected in 1759
Abergwaun / Fishguard Tower Hill / Pen towr / Pentour Calvinistic Methodist Haverfordwest Fishguard 1810-36 or *1811-37 1739-1743, but census states 1759* TNA British films 813551 item 1, 1482413 item 10 and 1238711 item 8 1,*4, Family History Library Catalog (FHLC), RCAHMW Connected to Woodstock, Ambleston through minister. * RCAHMW indicates chapel erected in 1759. Some years are missing from the last mentioned film.
Abergwaun / Fishguard Tower Hill / Pen towr / Pentour Calvinistic Methodist Haverfordwest Fishguard 1902-38 1739-1743, but census states 1759* PEMB RO (Pembrokeshire Record Office) 1, RCAHMW Connected to Woodstock, Ambleston through minister. * RCAHMW indicates chapel erected in 1759
Abergwaun / Fishguard (no name given) Wesleyan Methodist Haverfordwest Fishguard abt 1812 4 Part of St Davids Circuit. For records see Wesleyan Chapel, St Davids Parish
Abergwaun / Fishguard Wallis Chapel Congregational Haverfordwest Fishguard British Films 813550 item 13 and 1482427 item 32 church records 1775-1837 FHLC
Ambleston / Treamlod Bethel Chapel Presbyterian and Calvinistic Methodist Haverfordwest Fishguard 1881 RCAHMW
Ambleston / Treamlod Woodstock Chapel, Woodstock Slop Calvinistic Methodist Haverfordwest Fishguard 1804-38 early 1740's TNA British Films 819967 item 8 and 1482413 item 12 4, RCAHMW, FHLC Mother church to to several other congregations in Pembrokeshire and Western Carmarthenshire
Ambleston / Treamlod Woodstock Chapel, Woodstock Slop Calvinistic Methodist Haverfordwest Fishguard 1811-37 early 1740's TNA and *NLW British Films 819967 item 8 and 1482413 item 12 *account book 1898-1911 FHLC, RCAHMW
Amroth Ebenezer Congregational Chapel, Amroth; Ebenezer United Reformed Church Congregationalist and United Reformed Church Narberth Amroth erected 1867 RCAHMW
Amroth Elim, Stepaside Congregationalist Narberth Amroth before 1850 by 1993, in use as Sunday School to Sardis 2,4, RCAHMW Connected with Sardis, St. Issells, and Ebenezer, Ludchurch
Amroth Stepaside branch Mormon church Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Narberth Amroth LDS British Film 104171 item 5 and British Book 942-K24L.332 record of members 1848-1857 FHLC Stepaside lies partly in the parish of St Issells and partly in Amroth
Amroth Llanteague / Llan-teg Chapel; Mountain; Zoar Congregationalist Narberth Amroth erected 1854 RCAHMW
Amroth Summer Hill Primitive Methodist Narberth Amroth 1847-1907, 1911-32 1843 PEMB RO accounts, minutes, Sunday School records 1,4 Part of Pembroke Dock Sation
Amroth Stepaside English Methodist Church, Step-a-side, Newtown Methodist Narberth Amroth erected 1868 RCAHMW
Amroth Stepaside Wesleyan Chapel Wesleyan Methodist Narberth Amroth 1839-1961 erected 1861 PEMB RO 1, RCAHMW
Amroth Zoar Baptist Chapel, Pendeilo, Amroth Baptist Narberth Amroth erected 1854 RCAHMW
Arberth /Narberth Blaenffos Chapel, Carfdigan Road, A 478 Baptist Narberth Amroth British Film 1818103 item 9 inscriptions on gravestones removed at above ground FHLC
Arberth De / Narberth South Molleston Particular Baptist Narberth Slebech 1787-1837 1788-1835 1727 (meetings held 1667-1707 at Rushacre, Narberth Parish) TNA British Film 819966 item 2 1,2,4, FHLC Branch of Rhydwilym Llandysilio Parish
Arberth De / Narberth South Templeton Congregationalist Narberth Slebech 1818 2,4 Branch of Bethel, St Florence and Sardis, St Issells 1818-30. Own minister 1830-50 then rejoined St Florence until 1861. For records see Bethel and Sardis.
Arberth Gogledd / Narberth North (part of Narberth Parish) Bethesda, High Street Particular Baptist Narberth Narberth 1807-37 1808 TNA British Film 819966 item 1 1,2, 4 FHLC, RCAHMW Branch of Moleston, Narberth until 1817. First members came from Moleston, Ffynnon, Llanddewi Velfrey, and Bethesda, Haverfordwest
Arberth Gogledd / Narberth North (part of Narberth Parish) Bethesda English Baptist Chapel, High Street, Narberth Baptist Narberth Narberth 1807-48 1965-70, 1972-85,1987-92 1808 PEMB RO 1,4, RCAHMW Branch of Moleston, Narberth until 1817. First members came from Moleston, Ffynnon, Llanddewi Velfrey, and Bethesda, Haverfordwest
Arberth Gogledd / Narberth North (part of Narberth Parish) Narberth Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, Greenway Road, Narberth Wesleyan Methodist Narberth Narberth erected 1811 in use as a Masonic Hall by 1993 RCAHMW
Arberth Gogledd / Narberth North (part of Narberth Parish) Nebo Calvinistic Methodist Narberth Narberth 1740's or 50's but lost to another denomination but another erected 1843 2,4, RCAHMW Probably connected with Mounton
Arberth Gogledd / Narberth North (part of Narberth Parish) Old Wesleyan Methodist Chapel; later converted to a Sunday School Wesleyan Methodist Narberth Narberth erected 1817 1991 RCAHMW
Arberth Gogledd / Narberth North (part of Narberth Parish) Pentecostal Chapel, Back Lane, Narberth Pentecostal Narberth Narberth converted to residential use by 1993 RCAHMW
Arberth Gogledd / Narberth North (part of Narberth Parish) Sheep Street Wesleyan Methodist Narberth Narberth 1839-1961 (1847-68 Pembroke and 1868-1961 Tenby) between 1796 and 1807 converted to County Session Room by 1904 and later to Public Library PEMB RO accounts, minute books, etc. 1,2,4, RCAHMW Part of Haverfordwest Circuit until 1807; Pembroke Circuit until 1870; then Tenby Circuit after 1870
Arberth Gogledd / Narberth North (part of Narberth Parish) Tabernacle Chapel, Tabernacle Lane, Narberth; United Reformed Church Wesleyan Methodist originally; then Congregationalist; finally United Reformed Church Narberth Narberth preaching some years before chapel erected 1815; new chapel erected nearby in 1858 2,4, RCAHMW Possibly started by memers of Henllan Chapel, Henllan Amgoed, Carmarthenshire where records are available
Bayvil / Beifil Cana Welsh Independent Chapel, Felindre Farchog, Bayvil;College Green Congregationalist Cardigan Newport 1770-1801 4, RCAHMW * Listed as being in Pembrokeshire in 1851 census.Branch of Brynberian, Nevern where records are available
Bayvil / Beifil Yr Hen G apel, Felindre Farchog, Bayvil (none named) Cardigan Newport erected 1791 RCAHMW *Listed as being in Prembrokeshire in 1851 census
Begeli / Begelly Kinsmoor Methodist Chapel; Christian Centre; Hill Chapel, Kingsmoor Primitive Methodist Narberth Begelly erected 1837 RCAHMW
Begeli / Begelly Moreton Wesleyan Methodist Narberth Begelly 1847-68 (Pembroke Circuit); 1868-1961 (Tenby Circuit) 1835 PEMB RO accounts, minutes, Sunday School papers 4 Part of Pembroke Circuit until 1870, then part of Tenby Circuit
Begeli / Begelly Reynalton Chapel Congregationalist Narberth Begelly erected 1867 RCAHMW
Begeli / Begelly Zion Calvinistic Methodist Narberth Begelly 1820-37 1824 TNA British Films 813550 item 11 and 1482413 item 8 1,2,4, FHLC, RCAHMW Connected with Bethesda, St. Issells Parish
Breudeth / Brawdy Horeb Sunday School, Cross Hendre Baptist Haverfordwest Haverfordwest RCAHMW
Breudeth / Brawdy Penycwm Congregationalist Haverfordwest Haverfordwest preaching occurred before chapel erected 1826 1991 2,4, RCAHMW Branch of Trefgarn Owain, Brawdy Parish where records are available
Breudeth / Brawdy Rhydygella / Rhyd -y-Gele Calvinistic Methodist Haverfordwest St Davids abt 1755 1988 2,4, RCAHMW Associated with church in Solva, Whitchurch and Caerfarchell, St David's Parishes
Breudeth / Brawdy Treffynnon Chapel, Treffynnon Calvinistic Methodist Haverfordwest St Davids erected 1867 RCAHMW
Breudeth / Brawdy Trefgarnowen / Trefgarn Owain or Owen Congregationalist Haverfordwest St Davids 1796-1837 1662 TNA 1,4, RCAHMW Branch of Caplel Albany, Haverfordwest, St Thomas Parish until 1720 where records are available
Breudeth / Brawdy Trefgarnowen / Trefgarn Owain or Owen Congregationalist Haverfordwest St Davids 1809-37 1662 TNA British Film 813550 item 12 and 1482430 item 8 4, FHLC, RCAHMW Branch of Caplel Albany, Haverfordwest, St Thomas Parish until 1720 where records are available
Bridell Penbryn Baptist Cardigan Cardigan 1802 4 *Listed as being in Pembrokeshire in 1851 census. Branch of Ebenezer, Llanfair Nant-gwyn Parish until 1833
Burton Burton Schoolroom Calvinistic Methodist Pembroke Roose 2, RCAHMW
Burton (no name given) Calvinistic Methodist Pembroke Roose abt 1850 4 Branch of Gershom, Pembroke Dock Parish. Later connected with Neyland, Burton Parish
Burton Galilee, Llangwm Baptist Pembroke Roose 1820-36 1830 TNA British Film 813551 item 16 1,2,4, FHLC Branch of Sardis, Burton Parish
Burton Hill Mountain / Hearson Mountain Wesleyan Methodist Pembroke Roose 1842 or 1844-1934 abt 1810 PEMB RO Hill Mountain Chapel memorial inscriptions Sunday School attendance records 1886-96;1913-50; minutes and accounts 1889-1980 1,2,4, RCAHMW Part of Haverfordwest Circuit
Burton Port Lion Mission Church, Newton Mountain (none named) Pembroke Roose RCAHMW
Burton Sardis Chapel Baptist Pembroke Roose 1816 2,4, RCAHMW In care of founder J.H. Thomas 1816-1829, Joined with Horeb, Johnston Parish after 1837.
Camros / Camrose Bethel Chapel, Wolfsdale Congregationalist Haverfordwest Haverfordwest 1819-36 1828-40 abt 1810 PEMB RO British Films 819967 item 10 1,2,4, FHLC, RCAHMW Connected with Rhosycaerau, St Nicholas Parish until 1827; then with Keystone 1827-39. Records are available at both places
Camros / Camrose Bethel Chapel, Wolfsdale Congregationalist Haverfordwest Haverfordwest 1827-36 1828-40 abt 1810 TNA British Films 819967 item 10 lists of members 2,4, FHLC Connected with Rhosycaerau, St Nicholas Parish until 1827; then with Keystone 1827-39. Records are available at both places
Camros / Camrose Camrose Baptist Chapel, Haverfordwest Baptist Haverfordwest Haverfordwest British Film 1471282 item 13 and British Book 942.99/C4 V3 1878- [1989] FHLC
Camros / Camrose Keyston Chapel /Keeston United Reformed Church; Tregetin Congregationalist and United Reformed Church Haverfordwest Haverfordwest 1790-1864; 1934-42 1935-42 1808-28 1787 Membership lists 1808-83 and 1934-44 2,4, RCAHMW Branch of Brynberian, Nevern Parish 1787-97. Connected with Rhosycaerau, St Nicholas Parish 1806-25. Records available at both parishes
Camros / Camrose (no name given) Wesleyan Methodist Haverfordwest Haverfordwest 1834 TNA 1
Camros / Camrose Lebanon English Baptist Church, Camrose Baptist Haverfordwest Haverfordwest preaching for years before chapel erected 1838 erected 1838 1,2, 4, RCAHMW Branch of Bethlehem, Rudbaxton Parish
Camros / Camrose Portfield Gate Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, Portfield Gate Wesleyan Methodist Haverfordwest Haverfordwest erected 1835 converted to commercial use by 1991 RCAHMW
Camros / Camrose Sutton English Baptist Chapel, Sutton; Bethel Baptist Haverfordwest Haverfordwest erected 1839 RCAHMW
Caeriw / Carew Carew Newton Calvinistic Methodist Pembroke Tenby 1862 4 Branch of Bethel, St. Florence Parish until 1862 after which with Horeb, Martletwy Parish. Records available at both places
Caeriw / Carew Carew or Cariw Chapel English Wesleyan Methodist Chapel Pembroke Tenby erected 1816 RCAHMW May actually refer to either of the other "no name" Wesleyan chapels
Caeriw / Carew (no name given) Wesleyan Methodist Pembroke Tenby 1839-1920 PEMB RO 1
Caeriw / Carew Pisgah English Baptist Chapel, Cresswell Quay Particular Baptist Pembroke Tenby preaching several years before chapel erected 1821 2,4, RCAHMW Branch of Moleston, Narberth Parish where records are available
Caeriw / Carew (no name given) Wesleyan Methodist Pembroke Tenby 1847-1920 1807-1816 PEMB RO accounts, minutes and Sunday School papers 2,4 Part of Pembroke Circuit
Caeriw / Carew Zoar Congregational Chapel, Carew Newton; Newton Congregationalist Pembroke Tenby erected 1865 RCAHMW
Castellan Blaenffos Baptist Newcastle in Emlyn Kenarth 1740 4 Branch of Cilfowyr, Manordeifi until 1827 where records are available
Castellan Castellan Welsh Independent Chapel, Llantrisant Congregational Newcastle in Emlyn Kenarth erected 1842 RCAHMW
Cas-Lai / Hayscastle Treowman, Brimaston Hall Calvinistic Methodist Haverfordwest St Davids 1818-34 1740's NLW 1,2,4 Branch of Woodstock, Ambleston Parish
Cas-Lai / Hayscastle Ford, Pen-y-Bont Congregationalist Haverfordwest St Davids (1)1796-1830 (baptisms) and (2)1819-37 (births and baptisms) abt 1797 TNA (1) British Film 813551 item 15; (2) 819967 item 3 and 1482431 item 1 1,2,4 FHLC Branch of Trefgarn Owain, Brawdy Parish until 1821
Cas-mael: see Puncheston
Casnewydd-Bach (see Little Newcastle)
Castellhenri / Henry's Moat Horeb, Hendrysmoat Baptist Haverfordwest Fishguard 1780 2,4 Branch of Rhydwilym, Llandysilio where records are available
Castellhenri / Henry's Moat Silo / Siloh Chapel, Henry's Moat Congregationalist Haverfordwest Fishguard abt 1840 2,4 After 1851 joined with Hen Capel, Maenclochog Parish
Cas-Wis: see Wiston
Cilgerran Babell chapel, High Street, Cilgerran; Tabernacl Calvinistic Methodist Cardigan Cardigan 1815-36 erected 1795 TNA *British Microfiche 6206154 *Dyfed Family History Society record 1, RCAHMW, FHLC
Cilgerran Glan-rhyd Welsh Calvinistic Methodist Chapel, Glan-Rhyd Calvinistic Methodist Cardigan Cardigan erected about 1807 RCAHMW
Cilgerran Penuel Chapel, High Street, Cilgerran Baptist Cardigan Cardigan preaching for years before chapel built 1820 4, RCAHMW Branch of Cilfowyr, Manordeifi Parish and Bethany, Cardigan, Cardiganshire. 1850-62 united with Penbryn, Bridell. For records available see Cilfowyr.
Cilgerran Penbryn Chapel Baptist Cardigan Cardigan erected 1818 RCAHMW
Cilgerran Tabernacle Calvinistic Methodist Cardigan Cardigan 1820-36 or *1815-1836 early 1740's but scattered around until chapel erected 1795 TNA *British Film 813551 item 11 4, FHLC, RCAHMW Branch of Capel Newydd, Manordeifi. Probably the same chapel as Babell
Cilgerran Ty-rhos Independent Chapel, Rhos Hill / Tyrhos Congregationalist Cardigan Cardigan 1786 4, RCAHMW Branch of Capel Mair, Cardigan 1814-56; connected with Lower Chapel, Llechryd, Cardiganshire 1856-63, then Capel Dogwell, St Dogmael's Parish. Records are available at Brynberian, Lower Chapel and Capel Mair
Cilymaenllwyd (part of parish) Calfaria, Login / Logyn Particular Baptists Narberth Llanboidy erected 1827 2, RCAHMW *listed in 1851 as being in Carmarthenshire
Cilymaenllwyd (part of parish) Cwm-Miles Chapel Congregationalist Narberth Llanboidy erected 1858 RCAHMW
Cilymaenllwyd (part of parish) Hebron Independent Chapel Congregationalist Narberth Llanboidy 1804-5 demolished 1980 RCAHMW
Cilymaenllwyd (part of parish), Efail-wen Nebo Congregationalist Narberth Llanboidy erected 1836 2, RCAHMW *listed in 1851 as being in Carmarthenshire
Clarbeston Carmel Welsh Baptist Chapel, Clarbeston Road Baptist Narberth Llandissilio erected 1804 2,4, RCAHMW Branch of Rhydwilym, Llandysilio Carmarthenshire until 1834
Clydey / Clydau Bethel Independent Sunday School, Llandeddau, Trelech Congregationalist Newcastle in Emlyn Kenarth erected 1897 fallen into disuse by 1998 RCAHMW
Clydey / Clydau Bwlch-y-groes Calvinistic Methodist Newcastle in Emlyn Kenarth 1750 NLW receipt of rents 4, RCAHMW Branch of Capel Newydd, Manordeifi but prior to 1763 some members went to Woodstock, Ambleston Parish
Clydey / Clydau Llwyn-drain Independent Sunday School, Llwyn-drain Congregationalist Newcastle in Emlyn Kenarth erected 1856 RCAHMW
Clydey / Clydau Llwyyn-yr-hwrdd Congregationalist Newcastle in Emlyn Kenarth 1820-1837 abt 1805 British Film 1482429 item 2 4, FHLC Some members came from Glandwr, Llanfyrnach but then a branch of Capel-y-graig, Telech a'r Betws Parish, Carmarthenshire 1806-37 and 1850-72.Connected with Bryn Seion, Cenarth 1837-43 and Capel Iwan, Cilrhedyn Parish Carmarthenshire 1846-50. For records available see Capel-y-graig
Clydey / Clydau Star Welsh Baptist Chapel,Soar Baptist Newcastle in Emlyn Kenarth 1829 4, RCAHMW Branch of Blaenffos, Castellan 1829-31 where records are available, and Hermon, Llanfyrnach Parish after 1831
Clynderwen Rhydwilym Baptist Church, Clynderwen Particular Baptists Narberth (?) ? erected 1701 RCAHMW
Clynderwen Tabernacl Calvinistic Methodist Chapel, Clynderwen Calvinistic Methodist Narberth (?) ? erected 1906 RCAHMW
Coedcanlass /Coedcynlas Burnett's Hill Chapel Welsh Methodist Narberth Slebech erected 1810 2
Coedcanlass /Coedcynlas Horeb Chapel Congregationalist Narberth Slebech erected before 1830 2
Coedcanlass /Coedcynlas Martletwy Chapel Particular Baptists Narberth Slebech erected before 1830 2,4 Under direction of ministers from the Tabernacle, St Marys, Pembroke where records are available
Cosheston Mount Pleasant Baptist Chapel, Whalecombe Baptist Pembroke Tenby erected 1840 RCAHMW
Cosheston Nebo Indpendent Mission Church Congregationalist Pembroke Tenby erected 1836 converted to other use early 20th century RCAHMW
Cosheston Upton Chapel* (none given) Pembroke Tenby restored 18th century RCAHMW *Private chapel of Upton Castle
Crunwear / Crunwere / Cronwern Mountain Congregationalist Narberth Amroth 1854 2,4 First members came from Carfan, Lampeter Verlfrey Parish 1854-59 and Sardis, St Issells Parish and Saundersfood 1859-73.
Cuffern Mountain* Cuffern Mountain branch Mormon church Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Haverfordwest Haverfordwest LDS British Film 104168 item 11 and British Book 942-K24L.332 church records 1849-1876 FHLC * generally listed as being near Nolton and Roch
Cyffic Bwlch y Gwynt Baptist Narberth Amroth erected before 1800 2 listed in 1851 as being in Carmarthenshire
Dale Royal Air Force chapel, Dale (none given) Haverfordwest Milford erected before 1943 derelict by 2006 RCAHMW
Dale Tabernacle Congregationalist Haverfordwest Milford 1838 converted to residential use by 1997 2,4, RCAHMW Branch of Little Haven, Talbenny Parish
Dale Wesleyan Methodist Chapel Wesleyan Methodist Haverfordwest Milford 1842-1934 erected 1805 or *1809 1905 PEMB RO Haverfordwest and Milford Haven Circuit minutes and accounts 1889-1980 1,2,4, *RCAHMW Part of Haverfordwest Circuit. For records available see wesleyan Chapel, Haverfordwest, St Martins
Dinas Brynhenllan Calvinistic Methodist Cardigan Cardigan 1812-35 before 1760 TNA British Films 813550 item 14 and 1482413 item 9 1,4, FHLC Branch of Woodstock, Ambleston Parish
Dinas Gideon Congregationalist Cardigan Cardigan 1812 4 Branch of Ebenezer, Newport Parish where records are available
Dinas Tabor Baptist Cardigan Cardigan 1780 4 Branch of Llangloffan, Granston Parish where records are available
Doc Penfro: see Pembroke Dock Pembroke Pembroke
Dinbych-y-Pysgod: see Tenby St Marys Pembroke Tenby
Eglwys-cymmin / Eglwys Gymyn / Eglwyscummin Bwlch-y-Gwynt Chapel Baptist Narberth Amroth 1756 RCAHMW
Eglwys-cymmin / Eglwys Gymyn / Eglwyscummin Ebeneser English Independent Chapel Congregationalist Narberth Amroth erected 1864 convereted to commercial use by 1997 RCAHMW
Eglwys-cymmin / Eglwys Gymyn / Eglwyscummin Elim, Eglwyscummin Congregationalist Narberth Amroth erected 1832 2, RCAHMW *listed in 1851 as being in Carmarthenshire
Eglwys-cymmin / Eglwys Gymyn / Eglwyscummin Rhos-Goch Chapel, Red Roses Calvinistic Methodist Narberth Amroth erected about 1872 in disuse by 2009 RCAHMW
Eglwyswrw Brynberian Welsh Independent Chapel Congregationalist Narberth Amroth erected 1690; rebuilt 1808 RCAHMW
Eglwyswrw Ebenezer Welsh Baptist Church, Ffynnon Wen, Pencwm, Eglwyswrw Baptist Narberth Amroth erected 1768; rebuilt 1820 RCAHMW
Eglwyswrw Elim Baptist Narberth Amroth abt 1835 4 Branch of Bethabara, Whitechurch Parish
Eglwyswrw Meeting House, Sergeants Arms Inn, Eglwyswrw (none given) Narberth Amroth established as meeting house by 1838 converted to community use by 1997 RCAHMW
Eglwyswrw Pontcynon Welsh Independent chapel; Pontgynor, Pont Gynon Congregationalist Narberth Amroth erected 1839 RCAHMW
Fishguard -- see Abergwaun Haverfordwest Fishguard 1
Freystrop Bethel, Middlehill Congregationalist Haverfordwest Milford 1831-7 1778 TNA British Films 813551 item 2 and 1482432 item 11 1,2,4, FHLC, RCAHMW Branch of tabernacle, Rosemarket but some members came from Albany and the Tabernacle, Havrerfordwest
Garn, Y : see Roch Haverfordwest Haverfordwest
Granston / Treopert Llangloffan Baptist Haverfordwest St Davids 1745 to 1787 1706 but "4" says 1745 NLW Account books 1785 to 1806, NLW# 11527 4,2, RCAHMW Preaching in the area began before 1689; branch of Rhydwilym, Llandysilio until 1745 where records for this time are available
Haroldston, St Issells Salem Congregationalist Haverfordwest Haverfordwest erected 1837 2
Haroldston, St Issells Wesleyan Chapel, Merlin's Bridge Wesleyan Methodist Haverfordwest Haverfordwest 1842-1934 1815-1820 TNA accounts 1890-1980 2,4 Part of Haverforwest and Milford Haven Circuit
Haverfordwest / Hwlffordd,(Parish unknown) Horeb Baptist Chapel, Pope Hill, Haverfordwest Baptist Haverfordwest Haverfordwest British Film 1818096 item 3 notice of intended removal of human remains from burial ground (film contains names of those whose graves were moved) FHLC
Haverfordwest / Hwlffordd, St Martin Parish Bethesda English Baptist Chapel, Barn Street and City Road, Haverfordwest Baptist Haverfordwest Haverfordwest 1750 NLW list of subscribers to Baptist burial ground 1841-42 accounts 1823-94 4, RCAHMW Branch of Llangloffan, Granston and Moleston, Narberth until 1798
Haverfordwest / Hwlffordd, St Martin Parish Ebenezer Calvinistic Methodist Chapel, Perrot Road Calvinistic Methodist Haverfordwest Haverfordwest 1796-1837 erected 1817 British Film 813551 item 9 and 1482427 item 35 RCAHMW, FHLC
Haverfordwest / Hwlffordd, St Martin Parish Emmanuel Christian Centre, Pembroke Road, Merlin's Bridge, Haverfordwest (none given) Haverfordwest Haverfordwest erected about 1910 RCAHMW
Haverfordwest / Hwlffordd, St Martin Parish Hill Park Baptist Chapel, Prendergast Hill, Haverfordwest Baptist Haverfordwest Haverfordwest erected 1888 to replace 1855 building RCAHMW
Haverfordwest / Hwlffordd, St Martin Parish Horeb Baptist Chapel, Pope Hill, Haverfordwest Baptist Haverfordwest Haverfordwest British Film 1818096 item 3 notice of intended removal of human remains from burial ground (film contains names of those whose graves were moved) FHLC
Haverfordwest / Hwlffordd, St Martin Parish Kingdom Hall Jehovah's Witnesses Haverfordwest Haverfordwest RCAHMW
Haverfordwest / Hwlffordd, St Martin Parish Latter Day Saints, Bridge Street Mormon Haverfordwest Haverfordwest 1857-1860 1847-1853 (includes rebaptisms) erected before 1800 British Film 87043 item 3 and 104169 item 7 RCAHMW, FHLC
Haverfordwest / Hwlffordd, St Martin Parish Meeting House, the Parade, Haverfordwest (none given) Haverfordwest Haverfordwest RCAHMW
Haverfordwest / Hwlffordd, St Martin Parish Perrots Road Wesleyan Methodist Chapel and Sunday School, Perrots Road and Lower barn Street, Haverfordwest Wesleyan Methodist Haverfordwest Haverfordwest erected 1772 1985 RCAHMW
Haverfordwest / Hwlffordd, St Martin Parish Predergast Baptist Chapel, Prendergast Hill, Haverfordwest Baptist Haverfordwest Haverfordwest demolished by 2000 RCAHMW
Haverfordwest / Hwlffordd, St Martin Parish Quaker Meeting House in Quay Street East Warehouse Quaker (Religious Society of Friends) Haverfordwest Haverfordwest 1824 RCAHMW
Haverfordwest / Hwlffordd, St Martin Parish Salvation Army Citadel, North Street and Holloway, Haverfordwest Salvation Army Haverfordwest Haverfordwest RCAHMW
Haverfordwest / Hwlffordd, St Martin Parish Tabernacle, Barn Street and City Road Congregationalist Haverfordwest Haverfordwest 1780-1837; *1790-1837 1743* TNA *British Films 813551 items 6-7 and 1482406 item 15 1,4, FHLC, RCAHMW *Cause began 1743 but this chapel erected 1774 as Methodist; re-opened as Congregational 1790 when the congregations joined
Haverfordwest / Hwlffordd, St Martin Parish Tabernacle, Barn Street and City Road Congregationalist Haverfordwest Haverfordwest 1790-1869, 1889-96 1864-8, 1889-96 1864-7, 1889-96 1743 PEMB RO 1
Haverfordwest / Hwlffordd, St Martin Parish Wesleyan Chapel Wesleyan Methodist Haverfordwest Haverfordwest 1826-37 1763 TNA Bitish Film 813551 item 8 1, FHLC Part of Pembroke Circuit
Haverfordwest / Hwlffordd, St Martin Parish Wesleyan Chapel Wesleyan Methodist Haverfordwest Haverfordwest 1844-1934 1928-85 1763 PEMB RO 1 Part of Pembroke Circuit
Haverfordwest / Hwlffordd, St Martin Parish Wesleyan Chapel Wesleyan Methodist Haverfordwest Haverfordwest 1842-1934 1763 PEMB RO Minutes and accounts 1889-1980; Page 260 of book entitled Origin and History of Methodism inWales by David Young lists names and occupations of members 4 Part of Pembroke Circuit
Haverfordwest / Hwlffordd, St Thomas Parish Albany Congregational Chapel, Hill Street, Haverfordwest; Green Meeting / The Green Congregationalist Haverfordwest Haverfordwest 1705-1836 1691 but chapel erected 1720; rebuilt 1841 and renamed "The Green" TNA 1,2, RCAHMW
Haverfordwest / Hwlffordd, St Thomas Parish Albany Congregational Chapel, Hill Street, Haverfordwest; Green Meeting / The Green Congregationalist Haverfordwest Haverfordwest 1705-1847, 1872-1928, 1951-7 1874-1907, 1951-8 1665-1743, 1927-9 1691 but chapel erected 1720; rebuilt 1841 and renamed "The Green" PEMB RO 1,2, RCAHMW
Haverfordwest / Hwlffordd St Marys Ebenezer Calvinistic Methodist Haverfordwest Haverfordwest 1796-1837 1743 TNA British Films 813551 item 9 and 1482427 item 35 1,4, FHLC Some members settled a new cause at Bridge Street in 1790 and they built the Ebenezer Chapel
Haverfordwest / Hwlffordd St Marys Ebenezer Calvinistic Methodist Haverfordwest Haverfordwest 1854-1987 1743 PEMB RO minutes and accounts 1927-60 1,4 Some members settled a new cause at Bridge Street in 1790 and they built the Ebenezer Chapel
Haverfordwest / Hwlffordd St Marys Capel Albany (or The Green) Congregationalist Haverfordwest Haverfordwest (1) 1705-1836 and (2) 1705-1816 1662 TNA British Films (1) 813551 items 3 and 1482430 item 9; (2) 813551 item 5 and 1482427 item 33 church books 4, FHLC Branch of Haverfordwest, St Thomas
Haverfordwest / Hwlffordd St Marys Capel Albany (or The Green) Congregationalist Haverfordwest Haverfordwest 1705-1847; 1872-1928; 1951-58 1874-1907; 1951-58 1665-1743;1827-1929 PEMB RO membership register 1655-1900 4
Havorfordwest / Hwlffordd, St Thomas Parish Moravian Chapel, St Thomas Green and Rosemay Lane, Haverfordwest United Brethren Haverfordwest Haverfordwest 1763 to 1956 1763 to 1956 1739 demolished during 1960's NLW diariies of congregations 1763-1828;1850-99;1913-57; catalog of members 1763-1911 1,4,2 a society formed as early as 1739 (embodied 1763)
Havorfordwest / Hwlffordd, St Thomas Parish Moravian Chapel, St Thomas Green and Rosemay Lane, Haverfordwest United Brethren Haverfordwest Haverfordwest 1763-1837 1764-1837 1739 demolished during 1960's TNA British Film 8153551 item 10 1,2, 4 FHLC
Havorfordwest / Hwlffordd, St Thomas Parish Macpelah Baptist Chapel, Albert Street, Albert Town, Haverfordwest Baptist Haverfordwest Haverfordwest erected 1834 in disuse by 1994 2,4 Branch of Bethesda, Haverfordwest, St. Martin's where records are available
Haverfordwest / Hwlffordd Merlin's Bridge Wesleyan Methodist Haverfordwest Haverfordwest 1844-1934 PEMB RO 1,4 a society formed as early as 1739 (embodied 1763)
Haverfordwest / Hwlffordd, St Thomas Parish St Thomas (this is the Workhouse) "Mixed"* Haverfordwest Haverfordwest erected 1838 2 *"4 clergy man attend one each Sunday--Wesleyan, Baptist, Presbaterian [sic], Independent. No Chaplain being appointed to the Workhouse."
Haycastle: see Cas-Lai Haverfordwest St Davids
Henrys Moat (see Castellhenri) Haverfordwest Fishguard
Hubberston Hakin Wesleyan Methodist Haverfordwest Milford 1842-1934 erected1831 PEMB RO minutes and accounts 1889-1980 4 Part of Haverfordwest Circuit from beginning. Records available at Wesleyan Chapel, Milford Haven, 60-75 and Wesleyan Chapel, Haverforwest, St Martins.
Hubberston Rehoboth Calvinistic Methodist Haverfordwest Milford erected 1840 NLW account books 1839-48 and 1845-52 2,4
Hwlffordd: see Haverfordwest Haverfordwest Haverfordwest
Jeffreston / Jeffreyston Cresselly Primitive Methodist Narberth Begelly 1847-1932 or *1847-1907 abt 1830 PEMB RO 1,2, 4 Branch of Pembroke Dock Station. * 4 provides different dates of records avaiable
Jeffreston / Jeffreyston Jeffreston Sunday School (none given) Narberth Begelly erected early 19th century RCAHMW
Jeffreston / Jeffreyston Wesleyan Chapel, Jeffreston Weslelyan Methodist Narberth Begelly 1839-1961 or *1840-70 between 1795 and 1807 converted to residential use late 20th century PEMB RO 1,2,4, RCAHMW Part of Haverfordwest Circuit 1796-1807; Pembroke Cirtuit 1807-70; Tenby Circuit after 1870. * 4 indicates difference in time period of records.
Johnston Horeb, Pope Hill Baptist Haverfordwest Milford erected 1817 demolished 1993 2,4, RCAHMW Branch ol Bethesda, Haverforwest St Martin's
Johnston Johnston Baptist Church, St Peter's Road, Johnston Baptist Haverfordwest Milford erected early 20th century RCAHMW
Jordanston Pantteg Congregational Haverfordwest Fishguard erected 1866 4 Branch of Rhosycaerau, St Nicholas Paish where records are available
Kilgerran: see Cilgerran
Lambston East Hook, The Mount Quaker Haverfordwest Haverfordwest 1789,1839-1909 GLAM RO (Glamorganshire Record Office) 1
Lambston Portfield Gate Wesleyan Methodist Haverfordwest Haverfordwest 1835-7 TNA 1
Lambston Portfield Gate Wesleyan Methodist Haverfordwest Haverfordwest 1844-1934 PEMB RO 1
Lampeter Velfrey (Llanbedr Felfre) Bryn Seton Congregational Haverfordwest Haverfordwest erected 1859 4 Branch of Carfan, Lampeter Velfrey Parish where records are available
Lampeter Velfrey (Llanbedr Felfre) Bryn Sion, Bryn Sion Hill, LLanmill Congregational Haverfordwest Haverfordwest erected 1854 RCAHMW
Lampeter Velfrey (Llanbedr Felfre) Carfan, Lower Carvan / Carfan Congregational Haverfordwest Haverfordwest 1797 4, RCAHMW Branch of Carfan, Lampeter Velfrey Parish, Henllan Amgoed Parish, Carmarthenshire until 1847. Joined with Soar, Llanboidy Parish 1847-53. For records see Henllan Chapel
Lampeter Velfrey (Llanbedr Felfre) Glanrhyd English Baptist Chapel, Glan-Rhyd Baptist Haverfordwest Haverfordwest erected 1811 4, RCAHMW Branch of Y Ffynnon, Llanddewi Velfrey Parish where records are available
Lampeter Velfrey (Llanbedr Felfre) Longstone Congreational Chapel, Longstone; Ebenezer Congregational Haverfordwest Haverfordwest erected 1844 at different site RCAHMW
Lampeter Velfrey (Llanbedr Felfre) Mission Room, Princes Gate (none given) Haverfordwest Haverfordwest erected about 1900 RCAHMW
Lampeter Velfrey (Llanbedr Felfre) Parkgwyn Crematorium Chapel, Parc Gwyn, Llan-Mill (none given) Haverfordwest Haverfordwest erected during 1970's RCAHMW
Letterston / Treletert Horeb Welsh Independent Chapel, Letterston Congregational Haverfordwest Fishguard erected 1901 RCAHMW
Letterston / Treletert Mamre Chapel, Trecwn, Letterston Calvinistic Methodist Haverfordwest Fishguard erected 1843 RCAHMW
Letterston / Treletert Saron Baptist Haverfordwest Fishguard preaching for some years before chapel erected 1828 2,4, RCAHMW Branch of Llangloffan, Granston Parish where records are available
Letterston / Treletert Wesleyan Methodist Chapel Wesleyan Methodist Haverfordwest Fishguard 1811 2,4 Part of St Davids Welsh Welseyan Circuit. For records see Bethel, St Davids Parish
Little Newcastle (see Casnewydd-Bach) Beulah Welsh Baptist Church, Little Newcastle Baptist Haverfordwest Fishguard 1794 2, 4, RCAHMW Branch of Llangloffan, Granston Parish
Llanboidy Cefn-y-Pant, Llanglydwen Road Congregationalist Narberth Llanboidy erected 1844 2, RCAHMW *listed in 1851 as being in Carmarthenshire. Film 828111 items 6-7 has records for Llanboidy, Carmarthenshire and Carfan and Bethel in Pembroke but doesn't state which churches.
Llanboidy Trinity Chapel, Trinity, Llanboidy Village Congregationalist Narberth Llanboidy erected 1800 2, RCAHMW *listed in 1851 as being in Carmarthenshire. Film 828111 items 6-7 has records for Llanboidy, Carmarthenshire and Carfan and Bethel in Pembroke but doesn't state which churches.
Llanboidy Soar Independent Chapel, Iet-Goch, Whitland Congregationalist Narberth Llanboidy erected 1836 in disuse by 2009 2, RCAHMW *listed in 1851 as being in Carmarthenshire. Film 828111 items 6-7 has records for Llanboidy, Carmarthenshire and Carfan and Bethel in Pembroke but doesn't state which churches.
Llanboidy Rhyd y Park Unitarian Narberth Llanboidy erected before 1800 2 *listed in 1851 as being in Carmarthenshire. Film 828111 items 6-7 has records for Llanboidy, Carmarthenshire and Carfan and Bethel in Pembroke but doesn't state which churches.
Llanddewi Felffre / Llanddewi Velfrey with Henllan Hamlet Bethel Congregationalist Narberth Narberth 1748-1837 1795 TNA 1, RCAHMW Branch of Henllan Chapel, Henllan Amoed Prish, Carmarthenshire until 1854 where records are available. Joined with Soar, Llanboidy 1855
Llanddewi Felffre / Llanddewi Velfrey with Henllan Hamlet Ffynnon Welsh Baptist Chapel, Commercial, Landewy Velfrey; Y Hen Capel Particular Baptist Narberth Narberth preaching many years before chapel erected 1720; rebuilt near old site 1850 NLW British Fiche 6206158 survey of inscriptions in Trevangor burial ground and Ffynnon church petition to incorporate with Blaenconyn Baptist Chapel (90 members) 2,4, RCAHMW, FHLC Branch of Rhydwilym, Llandysilio parish Carmarthenshire, and Moleston, Narberth until 1794
Llanddewi Felffre / Llanddewi Velfrey with Henllan Hamlet Cavan Congregationalist Narberth Narberth erected 1787 2
Llandilo / Llandeilo Capel Newydd, Crescent Road , Llandeilo Congregationalist Narberth Llandissilio between 1901 and 1902 RCAHMW
Llandilo / Llandeilo Davies Memorial Hall, English Congreational and United Reformed, George Hill, Llandeilo Congregationalist and United Reform Narberth Llandissilio erected 1874 RCAHMW
Llandilo / Llandeilo Ebeneser Welsh Baptist Church, Ebenezer St. and Crescent Rd, Llandeilo Baptist Narberth Llandissilio erected 1829 RCAHMW
Llandilo / Llandeilo Horeb Welsh Independent Chapel, Rhos-Maen Street, Rear, Llandeilo Congregationalist Narberth Llandissilio abt 1909 in disuse by 1997 RCAHMW
Llandilo / Llandeilo Llandilo Independent Chapel Congregationalist Narberth Llandissilio British Book 942.99/L2 V3; British Film 1471282 item 15 and British Fiche 6206161 FHLC
Llandilo / Llandeilo Salem Welsh Calvinistic Methodist Chapel, New Road, Llandeilo Calvinistic Methodist Narberth Llandissilio 1788 RCAHMW
Llandilo / Llandeilo St Paul's Welsh Methodist Church, Ebenezer, Latimer Road, Llandeilo Wesleyan Methodist Narberth Llandissilio erected 1900 1991 RCAHMW
Llandilo / Llandeilo (no name given) Congregationalist Narberth Llandissilio 1700 NLW record of prayer meetings and other meetings held at chapel 2,4 Branch of Henllan Chapel, Henllan Amoed Prish Carmarthenshie until 1837
Llandissilio East / Llandysilio Blaenconyn Baptist Narberth Llandissilio 1832 NLW *British Fiche 6206162 *Survey of inscriptioins petition to incorporate with Blaenconyn (90 members from Ffynnon Baptist Church) 2,4, FHLC Branch of Ffynnon, Llanddewi Velfrey, and Rhydwilym, Llandysilio both of which have records available
Llandissilio East / Llandysilio Domgay Congregational Chapel, The Street, Four Crosses Congregationalist Narberth Llandissilio erected 1823 in disuse by 1950's RCAHMW
Llandissilio East / Llandysilio Pisgah, village of Llandissilio Congregationalist Narberth Llandissilio (1) 1828-37 or (2) 1815-1836 1805 TNA (1) British Film 813551 item 12 1,2,4, FHLC *Llandissilio Parish listed in 1851 as being in both Pembrokeshire and Carmarthenshire
Llandissilio West / Llandysilio Rhydwilym Chapel (Carmarthenshire) Particular Baptist Narberth Llandissilio erected 1701 2
Llandudoch: see St Dogmaels Haverfordwest Fishguard
Llanfair Nant-Gwyn Ebenezer Baptist Newport Cardigan 1766 NLW church book 1847-1968 4 Branch of Cilfowyr, Manordeifi until 1766; congregation made up of member from Blaenywaun and Cilfowyr
Llanfallteg Capel Mair, Llanfallteg Congregationalist Narberth Llanboidy erected 1878 2, RCAHMW *listed in 1851 as being partly in Carmarthenshire and partly in Pembrokeshire.
Llanfallteg Henllan-Amgoed Congregational Chapel Congregationalist Narberth Llanboidy erected 1697 RCAHMW
Llanfallteg Rhos Baptist Chapel, Dan-dderwen Baptist Narberth Llanboidy erected 1915 fallen into disuse by 2010 RCAHMW
Llanfyrnach Antioch, near village of Crymych in Llanfyrnach Parish Newcastel in Emlyn Kenarth Sunday School many years before chapel erected 1846 4 Branch of Penygroes, Whitechurch Parish where records are available
Llanfyrnach Hermon Newcastel in Emlyn Kenarth abt 1800 4 First members came from Blaenffos, Castellan Parish; Ramoth, Llanwinio Parish, Carmarthenshire Blaenywaun, St dogmaels Parish and Salem, Llanfihangel Abercowin, Carmarthenshire
Llanfyrnach Glandwr Congregationalist Newcastel in Emlyn Kenarth 1785-1837 or (1) 1785-1824 and (2) 1827-37 1785-1808 TNA (1) British Film 813551 item 14 and (2) 813551 item 13 1,4, FHLC Branch of Henllan, Amgoed until 1708
Llanfyrnach Glandwr Congregationalist Newcastel in Emlyn Kenarth 1746 to 1794 1844-74 1708 NLW *British Film 104320 item 2 account book 1825-31; list of baptisms 1750-59 and accounts1723-60; undated list of members here and at Rhydyceisiaid, Llanginning Prish Carmarthenshire and *church records 1746-1794 1,4, FHLC Branch of Henllan, Amgoed until 1708
Llanfyrnach Glandwr Congregationalist Newcastel in Emlyn Kenarth 1837-40, 1984-6 1838-84 PEMB RO 1,4 Branch of Henllan, Amgoed until 1708
Llangan Parish (Carmarthenshire) and Llangan Hamlet (Pembrokeshire) Henllan-Amgoed (Carmarthenshire) Congregationalist Narberth Amroth erected 1830 2
Llangan Parish (as above) Nazareth (Carmarthenshire) Baptist Narberth Amroth erected 1849 2
Llangan Parish (as above) Ruthin English Calvinistic Methodist Chapel (Mynydd-Yr-Eithin), St Ma Calvinistic Methodist Narberth Amroth erected late 19th century RCAHMW
Llangan Parish (as above) Saron Chapel (Tre-oes), Treos Congregationalist Narberth Amroth erected 1830 RCAHMW
Llanglydwen Hebron Congregationalist Narberth Llanboidy 1818-1837 erected 1805 TNA British Film 828112 item 3 2, FHLC
Llangolman Llandeilo / Landilo Congregationalist Narberth Llandissilio 1748-1837 1786-1826 TNA 1
Llangwm village (Burton Parish) Baptist Chapel, Llangwm Baptist Haverfordwest Milford erected 1840 RCAHMW
Llangwm village (Burton Parish) Galilee English Baptist Chapel, Main Street, Llangwm Baptist Haverfordwest Milford 1820-1836 erected 1831 TNA British Film 813551 item 16 RCAHMW, FHLC
Llangwm village (Burton Parish) Hen Gapel (Baptist Sunday School; Old Chapel) Llangwm Baptist Haverfordwest Milford RCAHMW
Llangwm village (Burton Parish) Hook Gospel Mission, West Hook (none named) Haverfordwest Milford erected early 20th century RCAHMW
Llangwm village (Burton Parish) Llangum Chapel Wesleyan Methodist Haverfordwest Milford 1842-1934 erected 1822 PEMB RO accounts 1889-1980 1,2, RCAHMW part of Haverfordwest Circuit.Records available from Haverfordwest and Milford Haven Cicuits. For records see Wesleyan Chapel, Haverfordwest, St Martins
Llangwm village (Burton Parish) Mount Zion Chapel, West Hook; Salem Congregationalist Haverfordwest Milford erected 1852 RCAHMW
Llangwm village (Burton Parish) Salem* Congregationalist Haverfordwest Milford 1842 4 Branch of Bethel, Freystrop where records are available. *May be same as Mount Zion
Llanrhian / Llanrithan G/Croesgoch*, Llanryan Particular Baptist Haverfordwest St Davids preaching many years before chapel erected 1812 2,4, RCAHMW Branch of Llangloffan, Granston Parish. For records see Llangloffan and Felinganol. * Also known as Capel y Bedyddwyr
Llanrhian / Llanrithan Tre-fin/Trevine, Ffordd-yr-afon, Trefine, Mathry Calvinistic Methodist Haverfordwest St Davids 1811-37 early 1740's TNA British Film 819966 item 9 1,2,4, RCAHMW, FHLC
Llanrhian / Llanrithan Trefin / Trevine, Ffordd-y-Felin, Trefin; Elim Capel Bach Baptist Sunday School Particular Baptist Haverfordwest St Davids preachind before chapel erected 1843 TNA 2,4, RCAHMW Branch of Groesgoch, Llanrhian Parish , and Llangloffan, Granston Prish. Connected with Sion, St Davids in 1851
Llanstadwel Hazelbeach Mission Hall (Undenominational), Waterston Road, Hazelbeach (none named) Pembroke Roose erected about 1900 RCAHMW
Llanstadwel Hebron Baptist Pembroke Roose erected 1850 2
Llanstadwel Hephzibah English Baptist Chapel, Little Honeborough; Honeyborough Baptist Pembroke Roose abt 1835 2,4, RCAHMW Branch of Horeb, Johnston Parish
Llanstadwel Neyland Congregationalist Pembroke Roose abt 1862 4
Llanstadwel Neyland Wesleyan Methodist Pembroke Roose 1842-1934 after 1840 PEMB RO minutes and accounts 1889-1980 4 Part of Haverfordwest Circuit
Llanstadwel Neyland Cemetery Chapel (none named) Pembroke Roose erected 1898 RCAHMW
Llanstadwel Waterston Chapel, Newton Road, Waterston Wesleyan Methodist Pembroke Roose 1842-1934 erected 1836 PEMB RO minutes and accounts 1889-1980 1,2, 4, RCAHMW Part of Haverfordwest Circuit
Llanstadwel Wesleyan Chapel Wesleyan Methodist Pembroke Roose erected 1850 2
Llanstadwel Zion Calvinistic Methodist Pembroke Roose 1859 as Sunday School NLW account book 1856-66 4 Some of first members came from Gershom, Pembroke St Marys, and Burton
Llanstinan Mainre / *Mamre Calvinistic Methodist Haverfordwest Fishguard preaching for several years before chapel erected 1843 2,4 *name according to 4. branch of Bethel, Puncheston Prish where records are available
Llantwyd / Llantood Glan-rhyd Calvinistic Methodist Cardigan Cardigan 1813-36 TNA 1
Llanusylt: see St Issells / St Ishel Narberth Begelly
Llanwnda Beracah Calvinistic Methodist Haverfordwest Fishguard preaching for many years before chapel erected 1830 2,4 Branch of Tower Hill Chapel, Fishguard Parish where records are available.
Llanwnda Bethel Methodist Chapel, Rhostryfan Wesleyan Methodist Haverfordwest Fishguard erected 1830 RCAHMW
Llanwnda Bethsaida Independent Chapel, Bontnewydd Congregationalist Haverfordwest Fishguard erected 1826 RCAHMW
Llanwnda Glanrhyd Chapel; (Bethel), Glan=Rhyd, Llanwnda Calvinistic Methodist Haverfordwest Fishguard erected 1899 RCAHMW
Llanwnda Gorffwysfa Welsh Independent Chapel, Pen-y-Fridd, Rhosgadfan Congregationalist Haverfordwest Fishguard erected 1903 RCAHMW
Llanwnda Graianfryn Chapel, Llanwnda (none given) Haverfordwest Fishguard erected 1871 in other use by 2002 RCAHMW
Llanwnda Hermon Independent Chapel, Moeltryfan, Pen-y-Fridd; Moeltryfan Congregationalist Haverfordwest Fishguard erected 1840 1996 RCAHMW
Llanwnda Pen caer / Strumble Head, Harmony Baptist Haverfordwest Fishguard 1887 to 1933 preaching for many years before chapel erected 1828 NLW 20870C 1,4,2 Branch of Llangloffan, Granston Parish where records are available
Llanwnda Rhosgadgan Chapel, Rhosgadfan Calvinistic Methodist Haverfordwest Fishguard erected 1876 RCAHMW
Llanwnda Rhostryfan Chapel (Horeb), Rhostryfan Calvinistic Methodist Haverfordwest Fishguard erected 1821 demolished by 1997* RCAHMW * Services held in vestry by 2009
Llanwnda Rhostryfan Chapel, Rhos Isaf, Rhostryfan (none given) Haverfordwest Fishguard erected early 19th century in disuse by 1998 RCAHMW
Llanwnda Salem Congregationalist Haverfordwest Fishguard preaching for many years before chapel erected 1840 2,4 Branch of Rhosycaerau, St Ncholas where records are available
Llanwnda Saron Chapel, Saron Congregationalist Haverfordwest Fishguard erected 1812 RCAHMW
Llanwnda Tabernacl Independt Chapel, Rhostryfan Congregationalist Haverfordwest Fishguard erected 1866 RCAHMW
Llanychlwydog Cwm Gwaun, Jabez Baptist Narberth Slebech 1821 to 1835 1840 1887 1821 to 1835 1760 NLW 1,4 Branch of Llangloffan, Granston; embodied 1830
Llanychlwydog Tre-David Calvinistic Methodist Narberth Slebech preaching for many years before 1800 4 Branch of Tower Hill Chapel, Fishguard Parish and then Bryn Henllan, Dinas Parish about 1850
Llawhaden / Llanhuadain Bethesda Congregationalist Narberth Slebech 1780 2,4, RCAHMW Branch of Brynberian, Nevern Parish until abt 1847. United with Tabernacke, Narverth 1842-47, then joined with Pisgah, Llandysilio from 1852.
Llawhaden / Llanhuadain Goshen Calvinistic Methodist and English Presbyterian Narberth Slebech 1740's but rebegan abt 1840 2,4, RCAHMW Branch of Woodstock, Ambleston Parishfirst time and Methodist chapel in Wiston Parish (where records are available) the second time.
Llawhaden / Llanhuadain Siloam Welsh Baptist Church (Gelli), Gelli / Gelly Baptist Narberth Slebech erected 1858 British Fiche 6206159 survey of inscriptions RCAHMW, FHLC
Llys Y Fran Gwastad Calvinistic Methodist Narberth Llandissilio 1860 to 1924 preaching for many years before chapel erected 1836 NLW 1,2, 4 Branch of Woodstock, Ambleston where records are available
Loveston Bethel English Baptist Chapel Baptist Narberth Begelly erected 1867 RCAHMW
Ludchurch / Yr Eglwys Lwyd Ebenezer Congregationalist Narberth Amroth abt 1848 2,4 Branch of Templeton, Narberth Parish
Maenclochog Hen Gapel Congregationalist Narberth Llandissilio 1788 to 1970 abt 1780 1999 NLW 72/47 1,4, RCAHMW Branch of Brynberian, Nevern until 1834
Maenclochog Hen Gapel Congregationalist Narberth Llandissilio 1788-1985 abt 1780 1999 PEMB RO 1,4, RCAHMW Branch of Brynberian, Nevern until 1834
Maenclochog Horeb Welsh Baptist Church, Rosebush, Maenclochog Baptist Narberth Llandissilio erected 1835 RCAHMW
Maenclochog Maenclochog Congregationalist Narberth Llandissilio erected 1791 2
Maenclochog Tabernacle, village of Maenclochog Congregationalist Narberth Llandissilio 1844 2,4, RCAHMW Branch of Old Chapel, Maenclochog (where records are available) until 1844; then joined with Llandilo until at least 1875
Maenclochog Tabernacle Independent Sunday School, village of Maenclochog Congregationalist Narberth Llandissilio erected after 1891 RCAHMW
Maenorbyr / Manorbier Independent Chapel, Manorbyr Newton Congregationalist Pembroke Tenby 1802 converted to residential use by 2010 4, RCAHMW Branch of Bethel, St Florence except between 1805-20 when connected with Tabernacle, Pembroke St Mary
Maenorbyr / Manorbier Jameston Primitive Methodist and Wesleyan Methodist Pembroke Tenby 1847-1907 1828 converted to residential use by mid 20th century PEMB RO accounts and minute books 1,2, 4, RCAHMW Part of the Pembroke Dock Circuit
Maenorbyr / Manorbier Jameston Friends' Meeting House, Jameston Quakers Pembroke Tenby erected 1698 1801 RCAHMW
Maenorbyr / Manorbier Lydstep Sunday School, Lydstep Undenominational Pembroke Tenby RCAHMW
Maenorbyr / Manorbier Penuel, Jameston, Manorbier Particular Baptist Pembroke Tenby 1840 2,4, RCAHMW
Maenorbyr / Manorbier Skrinkle Chapel, Skrinkle (none given) Pembroke Tenby demolished by 1993 RCAHMW
Maenordeifi / Manordeifi Aber cuch, Ramoth Baptist Cardigan Llandygwydd 1936 to 1977 erected 1827 NLW accounts 1869-71 1,4 Branch of Cilfowyr, Manrdeifi where records are available
Maenordeifi / Manordeifi Capel Newydd, Boncath Calvinistic Methodist Cardigan Llandygwydd *1810-37 before 1743 TNA British film 828111 tem 8 and 1482409 item 12 1,4, RCAHMW, FHLC *Record in connection with Pontgareg Chapel, Cenarth Parish, Carmarthenshsire
Maenordeifi / Manordeifi Cilfowyr / Cilvowyr Baptist Cardigan Llandygwydd 1689 to 1797, 1806, 1817 to 1854, 1894 to 1905 1775 to 1797, 1817 to 1854,1896 to 1908 1668 NLW accounts 1707-97,1818-54,1876 -80; excommunications 1707-97,1817-54 1,4, RCAHMW Branch of Rhydwilym, Llandysilio Parish, Carmarthenshire until 1704
Maenordeifi / Manordeifi Capel Newydd Calvinistic Methodist Cardigan Llandygwydd NLW account books and register of members 1848-74 4
Maenordeifi / Manordeifi Pentre Mansion Chapel, Pentre (none given) Cardigan Llandygwydd RCAHMW
Maenordeifi / Manordeifi Ramoth Welsh Baptish Chapel, Main Street, Abercych Baptist Cardigan Llandygwydd erected 1826 RCAHMW
Maenordeifi / Manordeifi St John Mission Church, Abercych (none given) Cardigan Llandygwydd in disuse by 1993 RCAHMW
Marloes Moriah Baptist Haverfordwest Milford 1914-61 1812 PEMB RO 1,2,4, RCAHMW Branch of Aenon, St Ishmaels Parish where records are available
Marloes Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, Marloes Wesleyan Methodist Haverfordwest Milford 1844-1934 or 1842-1934 erected abt 1767 in disuse by 1905 PEMB RO minutes and accounts 1889-1980 1,2,4, RCAHMW Part of Haverfordwest Circuit
Martletwy Burnett"s Hill Chapel, Burnett's Hill Calvinistic Methodist and Presbyterian Narberth Slebech erected 1812 4, RCAHMW Branch of the old cause at St Daniels, Monkton and Mounton
Martletwy Chapel, The, Garron (none given) Narberth Slebech RCAHMW
Martletwy Horeb Congregationalist Narberth Slebech abt 1825 4, RCAHMW Branch of Bethel, Camrose but associated with Brynberian, Nevern 1826-7; Templeton, Narberth Parish 1830-50; Bethel St Florence 1850-63; Carew Newton, Carew 1862-73
Martletwy Martletwy English Baptist Church Particular Baptist Narberth Slebech abt 1828 2,4, RCAHMW Branch of Moleston, Narberth Paish where records are available
Mathry / Mathri Nebo Baptist Sunday School, Mathry; Mathri Baptist Haverfordwest St Davids erected 1893 RCAHMW
Mathry / Mathri Rehoboth Congregationalist Haverfordwest St Davids 1830 British Fiche 6206166 chapel cemetery inscriptions 2,4, RCAHMW, FHLC Branch of Rhosycaerau, St Ncholas Parish. Connected with Berea, St Davids Parish after 1850 at which both places records are available.
Mathry / Mathri Trefin Chapel, Ffordd-yr-Afon, Trefine, Mathry Calvinistic Methodist Haverfordwest St Davids erected 1786 RCAHMW
Meline / Melinau Pontcynon Congregationalist Cardigan Newport 1839 4 Connected with Brynberian, Nevern Parish where records are available
Milffwrd / Milford (Steynton Parish) Catholic Church, Priory Road, Milford Haven Roman Catholic Haverfordwest Milford RCAHMW
Milffwrd / Milford (Steynton Parish) Deep Sea Mission, Victoria Road, Milford Haven Undenominational Haverfordwest Milford RCAHMW
Milffwrd / Milford (Steynton Parish) Hakin Methodist Chapel, Hakin, Milford Haven Wesleyan Methodist Haverfordwest Milford erected 1808 RCAHMW
Milffwrd / Milford (Steynton Parish) Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses, St Peter's Road, Milford Haven Jehovah's Witnesses Haverfordwest Milford before 1908 RCAHMW
Milffwrd / Milford (Steynton Parish) Masonic Hall, Mansfield Terrace and Hamilton Terrace, Milford Haven Masons Haverfordwest Milford erected 1880 in other use by 1993 but may be used by Masons RCAHMW
Milffwrd / Milford (Steynton Parish) Milford branch Mormon church Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Haverfordwest Milford abt 1856 LDS British Book 942-K24L.332 FHLC
Milffwrd / Milford (Steynton Parish) Milford Haven Particular Baptist Haverfordwest Milford erected 1828 2
Milffwrd / Milford (Steynton Parish) North Road English Baptis Church, Great North Road, Milford Havne Particular Baptist Haverfordwest Milford erected 1828 RCAHMW
Milffwrd / Milford (Steynton Parish) Plymouth Brethren Meeting House Plymouth Brethren Haverfordwest Milford RCAHMW
Milffwrd / Milford (Steynton Parish) Priory Road Wesleyan Chapel Wesleyan Methodist Haverfordwest Milford erected 1902* RCAHMW *Replaced an earlier chapel on the corner of Robert Street and Dartmough Street
Milffwrd / Milford (Steynton Parish) Rehoboth Chapel, Hill Street, Hakin, Milford Haven English Presbyterian and Calvinistic Methodist Haverfordwest Milford erected 1840 RCAHMW
Milffwrd / Milford (Steynton Parish) Short Lane Baptist Chapel, Robert Street, Milford Haven Baptist Haverfordwest Milford 1803-37 erected 1828 converted to other use mid 20th century TNA British film 813551 item 18 and 1482406 item 16 1, RCAHMW, FHLC Film dates are 1803-1836
Milffwrd / Milford (Steynton Parish) Society of Friends Meeting House, Cross Street, Milford Quakers Haverfordwest Milford 1839-1909 erected 1807 GLAM RO 1,2
Milffwrd / Milford (Steynton Parish) Tabernacle, Robert Street Congregationalist Haverfordwest Milford 1796-1837 TNA British Film 819966 item 3 1, FHLC
Milffwrd / Milford (Steynton Parish) Tabernacle, Charles Street and Back Street, Milford; United Reform Congregationalist Haverfordwest Milford erected 1808 2, RCAHMW
Milffwrd / Milford (Steynton Parish) Wesleyan Chapel,Dartmouth Street, Milford Haven Wesleyan Methodist Haverfordwest Milford 1832 erected 1832 in other use by 2000 TNA 1,2, RCAHMW
Milffwrd / Milford (Steynton Parish) Wesleyan Chapel,Dartmouth Street, Milford Haven Wesleyan Methodist Haverfordwest Milford 1842-1934 erected 1832 in other use by 2000 PEMB RO 1,2, RCAHMW
Milffwrd / Milford (Steynton Parish) Wesleyan Methodist Chapel (no specifice chapel mentioned) Wesleyan Methodist Haverfordwest Milford 1843-1867 British Film 1471316 item 11 and British Book 942.99/M1 K29 FHLC
Moleston Moleston Chapel Particular Baptist Narberth Narberth 1787-1837 1788-1835 British Film 819966 item 2 FHLC
Monckton / Monkton Within and Without / Monckton St Nicholas Ebenezer, Monktown or St Nicholas Congregationalist Pembroke Pembroke 1845 2,4 Branch of Tabernacle, Pembroke St Marys Parish where records are available
Monckton / Monkton Within and Without / Monckton St Nicholas Gilead Chapel, Monkton Calvinistic Methodist Pembroke Pembroke erected 1844 2,4 Branch of Gershom, Pembroke Dock at first, then added to pastorate of Wallaston, Pwllcrochan and Bethel Parish both of which having records available
Monckton / Monkton Within and Without / Monckton St Nicholas Hundleton Chapel Calvinistic Methodist Pembroke Pembroke erected 1820 2,4 Branch of Bethel, Pembroke, St Marys mainly but also Wallaston, Pwllcrochan Parish, both of which having records available.
Mounton (no name given) Calvinistic Methodist Narberth Slebech 1740's 4 Connected with Woodstock, Ambleston Paish. Chapels in area can trace origins to this place, including Burnett's Hill, Martletwy, and Nebo, Narberth
Moylegrove / Trewyddel Bethel Congregationalist Cardigan Cardigan erected 1691 4, RCAHMW Branch of Lower Chapel, Llechryd Parish, Cardiganshire until 1741. Connected with Brynberian since 1770. Records available at both places
Moylegrove / Trewyddel Tabernacl Welsh Baptist Chapel Baptist Cardigan Cardigan erected 1894 RCAHMW
Mynachlog-ddu / Monachlogddu Bethel Chapel and Sunday School Baptist Narberth Llanboidy 1797 to 1923 1827 to 1922 1660-88 (Sunday School erected 1794) NLW Britisah Film 832251 item 5 minute books, membership lists,diaries 1867-20th century 1,2,4, RCAHMW, FHLC Burial ground in 1794; branch of Rhydwilym, Llandysilio until 1824. where records before1790 available
Mynachlog-ddu / Monachlogddu Capel-Bach (Capel Cawey?) (none given) Narberth Llanboidy before 1889 demolished by 1914 RCAHMW
Mynachlog-ddu / Monachlogddu Llandeilo Welsh Independet Chapel, Llandeilo; Landilo Narberth Llanboidy erected 1714 RCAHMW
Narberth : see Arberth Narberth Narberth
Narberth North : see Arberth Gogledd Narberth Narberth
Narberth South: see Arberth De Narberth Slebech
Nash, with Upton Hamlet Baptist Chapel, Pye Corner Baptist Pembroke Tenby erected 1822 RCAHMW
Nevern / Nyfer) Bethel Welsh Independent Chapel, Moylegrove Congregationalist Cardigan Newport erected 1691 RCAHMW
Nevern / Nyfer) Brynberian Congregationalist Cardigan Newport abt 1660 Branch of Lower Chapel, Llechryd, Cardiganshire until 1741
Nevern / Nyfer) Caersalem, Cilgwyn Baptist Cardigan Newport 1830 4, RCAHMW Branch of Jabez, Llanychlwydog Parish
Nevern / Nyfer) Cana Welsh Independent Chapel, Felindre Farchog, Bayvil; Felindre Farchog, College Green Congregationalist Cardigan Newport erected 1810 RCAHMW
Nevern / Nyfer) Chapel (Ruin), Nevern (none given) Cardigan Newport before 1889 in runins by 1993 RCAHMW
Nevern / Nyfer) Chapel, Nevern (none given) Cardigan Newport erected during early 19th century converted to community use by 1993 RCAHMW
Nevern / Nyfer) Gethsamane, Morfa Calvinistic Methodist Cardigan Newport abt 1798 converted to other use by 2010 RCAHMW Branch of glanrhyd, Nevern Parish
Nevern / Nyfer) Glanrhyd Calvinistic Methodist Cardigan Newport 1813-36 abt 1764 PEMB RO British Film 813551 item 4 4, FHLC
Nevern / Nyfer) Hendy Cwrdd Congregationalist Cardigan Newport erected before 1800 in ruins by 1889 RCAHMW
Nevern / Nyfer) Morva Congregationalist Cardigan Newport 1851 4 Branch of Ebenezer, Newport where records are available
Nevern / Nyfer) Morfa Room Congregationalist Cardigan Newport rented place of meeting since 1843 RCAHMW
Nevern / Nyfer) Penuel Cemmes, Rhyd-y-Maen, Cemaes Baptist Cardigan Newport 1778 RCAHMW Branch of Blaenywaun, St Dogmaels where records are available
Nevern / Nyfer) Tabernacl Welsh Baptist Chapel, Moylegrove Baptist Cardigan Newport erected 1894 RCAHMW
Nevern / Nyfer) Yr Hen Gapel, Felindre Farchog, Bayvil (none given) Cardigan Newport erected 1791 RCAHMW
New Moat Carmel Baptist Chapel, Pen-ffordd Baptist Narberth Llandissilio erected 1804 2, RCAHMW
New Moat Gwastad Chapel Calvinistic Methodist Narberth Llandissilio erected 1836 RCAHMW
New Moat Pen-Ffordd Chapel Calvinistic Methodist Narberth Llandissilio erected 1861 RCAHMW
Newport / Trefdraeth Bethlehem, Upper West Street, Newport Baptist Cardigan Newport 1675 4, RCAHMW Branch of llangloffan, Granston Parish and Cilfowyr, Manordeifi Parish both of which have the records available
Newport / Trefdraeth Ebenezer Congregationalist Cardigan Newport 1775-1837 *[1783-1837] early 1700's TNA British Film 813551 item 17 and 14812432 item 9 1,*4, FHLC, RCAHMW Branch of Brynberian, Nevern Parish until 1818
Newport / Trefdraeth Ebenezer Baptist Chapel, the Square, Major, Newport Baptist Cardigan Newport 1816 British Fiche 6206169 Dyfed Family History Society Record RCAHMW, FHLC May be film of above chapel
Newport / Trefdraeth Mynydd, y, Independent Chapel, Ffordd Bedd Morris, Newport Congregatinalist Cardigan Newport Converted to residential use by 2007 RCAHMW
Newport / Trefdraeth Newport Church Chapel, Upper St Mary Street, Newport (none named) Cardigan Newport erected 1799 in use as Church Hall by 1877 RCAHMW
Newport / Trefdraeth Tabernacle, Long Street Calvinistic Methodist Cardigan Newport 1814-36 or 37 1811 TNA British Film 819966 item 4 1,4, FHLC, RCAHMW
Newport / Trefdraeth Tabernacle, Long Street Calvinistic Methodist Cardigan Newport NLW account book 1839-47 4, RCAHMW
Neyland, Llanstadwell parish Bethesda English Baptist Chapel, High St. and Frederick St. Neyland Baptist Pembroke Pembroke erected 1851 RCAHMW
Neyland, Llanstadwell parish Jubilee Congregational Chapel, Hight Street, Neyland; Memorial; United Reformed Church Congregationalist and United Reformed Church Pembroke Pembroke erected 1864 converted to other use by 2010 RCAHMW
Neyland, Llanstadwell parish Neyland Cemetery Chapel, Little Honeyborough (none named) Pembroke Pembroke erected 1898 RCAHMW
Neyland, Llanstadwell parish Neyland English Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, High Street, Neyland Wesleyan Methodist Pembroke Pembroke erected 1877 RCAHMW
Neyland, Llanstadwell parish Little Honeyborough Baptist Chapel Baptist Pembroke Pembroke British Book 9422.99/N2 V3 and British Film 1471316 item 7 inscriptions FHLC
Neyland, Llanstadwell parish Roman Catholic Church, Church Lane, Neyland Roman Catholic Pembroke Pembroke erected mid-late 20th century in disuse by 1993 RCAHMW
Neyland, Llanstadwell parish (no name given) Wesleyan Methodist Pembroke Pembroke 1839-1920 PEMB RO 1
Neyland, Llanstadwell parish Zion Welsh Presbyterian Chapel, High Street, Neyland Presbyterian Pembroke Pembroke erected 1861 RCAHMW
Nolton (no name given) Congregationalist Haverfordwest Haverfordwest 1856 2,4 Branch of Trefgarn Owain, Brawdy Parish. First members came from here and Keystone, Camrose Prish. For records available see Keystone and Trefgarn Owain.
Nolton Nolton Haven Congregational Church, Nolton Haven; Nolton Chapel; United Reformed Church Congregationalist and United Reformed Church Haverfordwest Haverfordwest erected 1858 RCAHMW
Nolton Penuel English Baptist Church, Roch Baptist Haverfordwest Haverfordwest erected 1822 RCAHMW
Pembroke Pembroke branch Mormon church Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Pembroke Pembroke abt1856 LDS British book 942-K24L.332 abt 1856 FHLC
Pembroke Dock (St Mary's Parish) / Doc Penfro Albion Square / Tabernacle Congregationalist Pembroke Pembroke 1825-37 erected 1824 demolished 1989 folowing a fire TNA British Film 819966 item 12 1,2 FHLC, RCAHMW Branch of Tabernacle, Pembroke St Marys
Pembroke Dock (St Mary's Parish) / Doc Penfro Apostolic Church, Station Road, Pembroke Apostolic Pembroke Pembroke erectd 1920's RCAHMW
Pembroke Dock (St Mary's Parish) / Doc Penfro Baptist Chapel Baptist Pembroke Pembroke 1831; took possession of an old Wesleyan chapel 1831 2,4 Until 1836, branch of Bethany, Pembroke St Marys where records available
Pembroke Dock (St Mary's Parish) / Doc Penfro Bethany, High Street, Pembroke Dock Baptist Pembroke Pembroke 1814-37 abt 1814 TNA British Film 819966 item 5 1,2,4, FHLC, RCAHMW
Pembroke Dock (St Mary's Parish) / Doc Penfro Bethany, High Street, Pembroke Dock Baptist Pembroke Pembroke 1940-54 abt 1814 PEMB RO 1,2,4, RCAHMW
Pembroke Dock (St Mary's Parish) / Doc Penfro Bethel, Meyrick St and Bush Street, Pembroke Dock Baptist Pembroke Pembroke erected 1844 2,4, RCAHMW Branch of Bethany, Pembroke St Marys where records are available
Pembroke Dock (St Mary's Parish) / Doc Penfro Bethel Chapel, West gate Calvinistic Methodist Pembroke Pembroke before 1810 2,4 After 1810 connected to Wallaston, Pwllcrochan Parish and Bethel, St Twinnerl Parish; from 1844 joined with Hundleton, Monkston, St Nicholas.
Pembroke Dock (St Mary's Parish) / Doc Penfro Borough of Pembroke, Park Street Cemetery, Pembroke Dock Non-denominational Pembroke Pembroke British Book 942.99/P1 V3 and British Film 1471316 item 17 FHLC
Pembroke Dock (St Mary's Parish) / Doc Penfro Castle Back Primitive Methodist Pembroke Pembroke between 1823 and 1830 4 Branch of Pembroke Dock Station
Pembroke Dock (St Mary's Parish) / Doc Penfro Castle Back, Preaching Room Primitive Methodist Pembroke Pembroke fitted for worship 1839 2
Pembroke Dock (St Mary's Parish) / Doc Penfro Commercial Row Gospel Hall (Plymouth Brethren), Pembroke Dock Plymouth Brethren Pembroke Pembroke in use 1905 RCAHMW
Pembroke Dock (St Mary's Parish) / Doc Penfro Dockyard Chapel, Comercial Row, Pembroke Dockyard (none named) Pembroke Pembroke erected 1830-2 in disuse by 2002 but restored 2008 RCAHMW
Pembroke Dock (St Mary's Parish) / Doc Penfro Ebenezer Chapel, Wesley Row, Treowen, Pembroke Dock Wesleyan Methodist Pembroke Pembroke erected 1820 closed 1846 RCAHMW Congregation m oved to Meyrick Street as military needed clear field of fire for Barracks' guns
Pembroke Dock (St Mary's Parish) / Doc Penfro Front Street Wesleyan Methodist Schoolroom, Front Street, Pembroke Dock Wesleyan Methodist Pembroke Pembroke erected 1905 RCAHMW
Pembroke Dock (St Mary's Parish) / Doc Penfro Gershom / Zion, Queen St. Pembroke Dock Primitive Methodist Pembroke Pembroke 1847-1932 1845-1849 (*1838) PEMB RO 1,2,4, *RCAHMW Head of the Pembroke Dock Station
Pembroke Dock (St Mary's Parish) / Doc Penfro Gershom, Pembroke Dock Calvinistic Methodist Pembroke Pembroke 1837 2,4 Branch of Bethel, Pembroke St. Marys
Pembroke Dock (St Mary's Parish) / Doc Penfro Gilgal English Baptist Chapel, Ferry Rd, Nelson St, Pennar, Pembroke Dock Baptist Pembroke Pembroke erected 1862 RCAHMW
Pembroke Dock (St Mary's Parish) / Doc Penfro Kingdom Hall, Front Street, Llanion Hill, Pembroke Dock Jehovah's Witnesses Pembroke Pembroke "converted from an Army Mess Hall after their previous premises were demolished to make way for a new road." RCAHMW
Pembroke Dock (St Mary's Parish) / Doc Penfro Llanion Cemetery Chapel, London Road, Llanion "non-conformist" Pembroke Pembroke erected 1869 converted to commercial use by 1993 RCAHMW
Pembroke Dock (St Mary's Parish) / Doc Penfro Meyrick Street / Trinity Congregationalist Pembroke Pembroke 1909-38 1909-39 1910-39 PEMB RO 1
Pembroke Dock (St Mary's Parish) / Doc Penfro Meyrick Street, Pembroke Dock Congregationalist Pembroke Pembroke 1850 4 Branch of Tabernacle, Albion Square, Pembroke St Marys Parish
Pembroke Dock (St Mary's Parish) / Doc Penfro Meyrick Street Wesleyan Methodist Pembroke Pembroke (1)1820-58 (2) 1839- 1857; (3) 1847-1858 and (4) 1821-58 (missing 1838) 1818, but Census states 1820 and then new one built in different place 1848 TNA (1-3) British Films 819966 items 6-8; (2-3) 1482427 item 36-37 and (4) 1238658 item 11 1,*4, 2, FHLC Part of Milford Haven, Steynton Parish
Pembroke Dock (St Mary's Parish) / Doc Penfro Meyrick Street Wesleyan Methodist Pembroke Pembroke 1839-1931 *[1847-1937] 1818, but Census states 1820 and then new one built in different place 1848 PEMB RO accounts, minutes, Sunday School papers 1,*4, 2
Pembroke Dock (St Mary's Parish) / Doc Penfro Meyrick Street Wesleyan Methodist Pembroke Pembroke 1899-1983 1818, but Census states 1820 and then new one built in different place 1848 NLW 1,4, 2
Pembroke Dock (St Mary's Parish) / Doc Penfro Meyrick Street Salvation Army Citadel, Pembroke Dock Salvation Army Pembroke Pembroke erected before 1883 demolished by 2000 RCAHMW
Pembroke Dock (St Mary's Parish) / Doc Penfro Pembroke Ferry English Methodist Church; Trinity, Pembroke Dock Methodist Pembroke Pembroke erected 1879 RCAHMW
Pembroke Dock (St Mary's Parish) / Doc Penfro Pennar Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, Nelson Street, Pennar, Pembroke Dock Wesleyan Methodist Pembroke Pembroke erected 1870 RCAHMW
Pembroke Dock (St Mary's Parish) / Doc Penfro Spiritualist Church, Queen Street, Pembroke Dock Spiritualist Pembroke Pembroke converted from a house about 1890 RCAHMW
Pembroke Dock (St Mary's Parish) / Doc Penfro St Andrew's English Presbyterian Chapel, Bush Street, Pembroke Dock Presbyterian Pembroke Pembroke erected 1838 RCAHMW
Pembroke Dock (St Mary's Parish) / Doc Penfro St Peter's chapel, Llanreath, Pembroke Dock Calvinistic Methodist Pembroke Pembroke erected 1885 converted to other use mid-20th century RCAHMW
Pembroke Dock (St Mary's Parish) / Doc Penfro St T eilo's Mission Church, London Road, Llanion (none named) Pembroke Pembroke erected about 1900 RCAHMW
Pembroke Dock (St Mary's Parish) / Doc Penfro Tabernacle Congregatinal Chapel (Salvation Army Barracks), Wellington Street, Pembroke Dock Congregationalist Pembroke Pembroke 1825-1837 erected 1824 TNA British Film 819966 item 12 and 1238648 item 15 RCAHMW, FHLC
Pembroke Dock (St Mary's Parish) / Doc Penfro Trinity Congregaitonal Church, Meyrick Street, Pembroke Dock Congregationalist Pembroke Pembroke erected 1851 RCAHMW
Pembroke Dock (St Mary's Parish) / Doc Penfro Zion Primitive Methodist Chapel, Prespect Place and South Park St, Pembroke Dock Primitive Methodist Pembroke Pembroke erected 1849 converted to public house 1866* RCAHMW *congregation moved to Gersham Chapel in 1866
Pembroke Dock (St Mary's Parish) / Doc Penfro Zion Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, Pembroke Dock; Zion Free Church, Tabernacle, Meyrick St Wesleyan Methodist Pembroke Pembroke erected 1820 RCAHMW
Pembroke St Mary / Penfro St Mair Cemetery Chapel (Mortuary Chapel), Monkton (none named) Pembroke Pembroke erected 1880 RCAHMW
Pembroke St Mary / Penfro St Mair Green, The, Salvation Army Citadel, Woodbine Terrace, Pembroke Salvation Army Pembroke Pembroke RCAHMW
Pembroke St Mary / Penfro St Mair Independent Chapel; Sunday School, Priory Terrace, Monkton Congregationalist Pembroke Pembroke erected before 1866 RCAHMW
Pembroke St Mary / Penfro St Mair Kingsbridge Cemetery Chapel, Upper Lamphey Road, Kingsbridge "Undenominational" Pembroke Pembroke erected 1908 converted to commercial use by 1993 RCAHMW
Pembroke St Mary / Penfro St Mair Mains Sunday School; Ebenezer, Church Terrace, Monkton Congregationalist Pembroke Pembroke erected 1850 in disuse by 2010 RCAHMW
Pembroke St Mary / Penfro St Mair Mount Pleasant English Baptist Church, East Back, Pembroke Baptist Pembroke Pembroke erected 1831 converted to commercial use by 2010 RCAHMW
Pembroke St Mary / Penfro St Mair Old Chapel, rear of 87 Main Street, Pembroke (none named) Pembroke Pembroke possibly medieval with 16th century doorway! RCAHMW John Wesley preached here on visits to Pembrokeshire in the 1760s
Pembroke St Mary / Penfro St Mair Pembroke Haven Evangelical Church, Main Street, Pembroke Evangelical Pembroke Pembroke converted from an existing building 1850's RCAHMW
Pembroke St Mary / Penfro St Mair Pembroke Wesley, East Back, Main Street Wesleyan Methodist Pembroke Pembroke 1839-57 erected 1872 converted to commercial use 1993 TNA 1, RCAHMW
Pembroke St Mary / Penfro St Mair Pembroke Wesley, East Back, Main Street Wesleyan Methodist Pembroke Pembroke 1839-1920 1899-1982 erected 1872 converted to commercial use 1993 PEMB RO 1, RCAHMW
Pembroke St Mary / Penfro St Mair St Deiniol;s Church; St daniel's Church, Pembroke "dissenters" Pembroke Pembroke used as a dissenting chapel in 18th century RCAHMW
Pembroke St Mary / Penfro St Mair St Mary's Roman Catholic Pembroke Pembroke 1847 2
Pembroke St Mary / Penfro St Mair Tabernacle, Main Street Congregationalist and United Reformed Church Pembroke Pembroke 1900-61, 1963-92 1691 but weakened and nearly died before end of 18th century. Re-established 1800 PEMB RO 1,4, RCAHMW Branch of Albany, Haverfordwest St Thomas until 1743. By 1800 formed from several places: Henllan Chapel, Henllan Amgoed; Capel-y-graig, Trelech a'r Betws and then Newton, Manorbier before Lamphey.
Pembroke St Mary / Penfro St Mair Tabernacle, North Brewery Street Congregationalist Pembroke Pembroke erected 1824 2
Pembroke St Mary / Penfro St Mair Temperance Hall (eventually Meyrick Street Chapel, Pembroke Dock) Congregationalist Pembroke Pembroke chapel erected 1851 2
Pembroke St Mary / Penfro St Mair Westgate Chapel, Westgate Hill, Pembroke English Presbyterian and Calvinistic Methodist Pembroke Pembroke erected 1826 RCAHMW
Pembroke St Michael Wesleyan Chapel, Wesley Square, Pembroke Wesleyan Methodist Pembroke Tenby 1847-1920 1899-1982 1763-67 PEMB RO accounts, Sunday School papers, minutes 2,4 Branch of Pembroke Circuit from 1771-94 then Haverfordwest 1795-1807
Penally Roch Methodist Chapel, Church Road, Roch Wesleyan Methodist Pembroke Tenby erected 1834 converted to residential use late 20th century RCAHMW
Penally Penally Chuch, Penally; United Reformed Church Congregationalist and United Reformed Church Pembroke Tenby erected 1887 converted to other use by 2010 RCAHMW
Pendine Peter Williams's Memorial Chapel of United Brethren Moravian (now occupied by Calvinistic Methodists) Narberth Amroth erected 1810 rebuilt by Methodiists 1896 2, RCAHMW *listed in 1851 as being in Carmarthenshire
Pontvane / Pontfaen / Bont-faen Pontfaen Chapel / Brynbont, Pont-Faen English Presbyterian and Calvinistic Methodist Haverfordwest Fishguard erected 1840 RCAHMW
Portfield Gate Portfield Gate Methodist Chapel Wesleyan Methodist Haverfordwest Haverfordwest erected 1835 converted to commerical use by 1991 RCAHMW
Prendergast Hill Park Baptist Chapel, Prendergast Hill, Haverfordwest Baptist Haverfordwest Haverfordwest erected 1888 alongside original which was erected 1855 demolished by 2010 RCAHMW
Prendergast (no name given) Primitive Methodist Haverfordwest Haverfordwest 1823 4
Prendergast Wesleyan Chapel Wesleyan Methodist Haverfordwest Haverfordwest 1842-1934 erected 1835 converted to other use by 2010 PEMB RO quarterly accounts, minute books 1889-1980 2, 4 RCAHMW Branch of Haverfordwest and Milford Haven Circuit
Puncheston / Cas-Mael Bethel Calvinistic Methodist Haverfordwest Fishguard 1770 2,4, RCAHMW Some members came from Woodstock, Ambleston Parish
Puncheston / Cas-Mael Beulah, Little Newcastle Baptist Haverfordwest Fishguard 1808 2, RACAHMW
Puncheston / Cas-Mael Siloh Congregational Chapel, Tufton Congregationalist Haverfordwest Fishguard erected 1842 RCAHMW
Puncheston / Cas-Mael Smyrna Baptist Haverfordwest Fishguard erected 1824 or *1827 2,4, *RCAHMW Branch of Puncheston Beulah, Little Newcastle Parish where records are available
Pwllcrochan Wallaston Calvinistic Methodist Pembroke Pembroke 1808 2,4 Connected over time with St. Daniels, Pembroke, St Michael's Parish; Burnett's Hill, Martletwy Parish; and Ebenezer, Haverfordwest, St Marys
Redberth Redberth Methodist Chapel, Redbert Wesleyan Methodist Pembroke Tenby 1839-1920 *[1847-1920] 1811-1818 converted to residential use by 1993 PEMB RO accounts, minute books, Sunday School papers 1,2,*4, RCAHMW Part of Pembroke Circuit
Reynoldston / Reynalton Reynoldston Independent Chapel Congregationalist Narberth Begelly 1866 2,4, RCAHMW *Listed as being in Glamorganshire in RCAHMW
Reynoldston / Reynalton Reynoldston Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, Reynoldston Wesleyan Methodist Narberth Begelly erected 1869 2,4, RCAHMW *Listed as being in Glamorganshire in RCAHMW
Rhoscrowther / Rhoscrowdder Wallaston Calvinistic Methodist Chapel; Presbyterian, Wallaston, Rhoscrowther Calvinistic Methodist Pembroke Pembroke erected 1809 fallen into disuse by 1993 2, RCAHMW
Roch / Garn Y Nolton Haven Congregational Church, Nolton Haven; Nolton Chapel; United Reformed Church Congregationalist and United Reformed Church Haverfordwest Haverfordwest erected 1858 RCAHMW
Roch / Garn Y Penuel English Baptist Church, Roch Baptists Haverfordwest Haverfordwest 1812 4, RCAHMW First members came from Bethesda Haverfordwest St Martins Parish and Felinganol, Whitchurch Parish
Roch / Garn Y Wesleyan Chapel, Church Road, Roch Wesleyan Methodist Haverfordwest Haverfordwest 1827-37 abt 1777 converted to residential use by late-20th century TNA 1,2,4, RCAHMW Part of Pembroke Circuit from 1771-94 and Haverfordwest Circuit after 1795
Roch / Garn Y Wesleyan Chapel Wesleyan Methodist Haverfordwest Haverfordwest 1844-1934 *[1842-1934] abt 1777 PEMB RO quarterly minutes and accounts 188901980 1,2,*4 Part of Pembroke Circuit from 1771-94 and Haverfordwest Circuit after 1795. For records see Wesleyan Chapel, Haverfordwest, St Martins Parish
Rose Market / Rhosfarged Tabernacle, Rhosmarket Congregationalist Pembroke Roose 1801 2,4, RCAHMW Originally connectedwith Henllan Chapel, Henllan amgoed Parish and Capel-y-Graig, Trelech a'r Betws Prish (both Carmarthenshire but on its own by 1803
Rudbaxton multi-denominational Haverfordwest Haverfordwest British Desk -- CD-ROM no. 536 an anthology of records for Pembrokeshire FHLC This CD contains many and varied records which cover Pembrokeshire in general
Rudbaxton Bethlehem, Newton Pants, Rudbaxton Particular Baptist Haverfordwest Haverfordwest 1818 2,4 Branch of Bethesda, Haverfordwest, St Martins Prish
Rudbaxton Crundale Chapel Congregationalist Haverfordwest Haverfordwest erected 1837 2,4, RCAHMW Connected with Zion's Hill, Spittal Parish and Bethel, Camrose, both of which have records available
Slebech / Slebets Millin Cross Calvinistic Methodists Narberth Slebech erected 1866 4, RCAHMW First members came from Wiston and Burnetts Hill, Martletwy Parish. Joined with latter 1866
Slebech / Slebets South Dairy English Baptist Chapel; Zion Baptist Narberth Slebech erected 1832 RCAHMW
Slebech / Slebets Zion's Chapel Baptist Narberth Slebech betwen 1798 and 1816 2,4 Branch of Bethesda, Haverfordwest until 1816; Moleston, Narberth and Y Ffynnon until 1833; Bethelehem, rudbaxton Parish and Y Ffynnon, ZLlanddewi Verlfrey Prish until 1835. For records see Bethesda, Moleston and Y Ffynnon
Spital / Spittal Bethlehem English Baptist Chapel, Spittal Baptist Haverfordwest Fishguard erected 1820 RCAHMW
Spital / Spittal Salem, Trefgarne Bridge, Spittal Baptist Haverfordwest Fishguard 1820 TNA 1,2,4, RCAHMW Branch of Bethlehem, Rudbaxton parish
Spital / Spittal Wesleyan Chapel, Spittal Green Wesleyan Methodist Haverfordwest Fishguard 1831-4 1779 converted to village hall by 2010 TNA 1,4, RCAHMW Part of Haverfordwest Circuit; some records available through Wesleyan Chapel, Haverfordwest, St Martins
Spital / Spittal Wesleyan Chapel, Spittal Green Wesleyan Methodist Haverfordwest Fishguard 1842-1934 1779 PEMB RO quarterly minutes and accunts 18889-1980 4 Part of Haverfordwest Circuit; some records available through Wesleyan Chapel, Haverfordwest, St Martins
Spital / Spittal Zion's Hill, Golden Hill Congregationalist Haverfordwest Fishguard (1) 1796-1830; (2) 1819-1837 erected 1823 TNA (1) British Film 813551 item 15 and (2) 819967 item 3 and1482431 item 1 1,2, RCAHMW, FHLC
Spital / Spittal Zion's Hill Baptist Haverfordwest Fishguard 1822 4 Branch of Penybont Chapel, Hayscastle Parish where records are available
St Davids / Tyddewi (consisting of Cylch Bychan, Cylch-Gwylod-y-Wlad, Cylch Mawr, and Clych-y-Dre Divisions and Ramsey Island Babell Chapel, Fachelych Calvinistic Methodist Haverfordwest St Davids erected late-18th century fallen into disuse by 1993 RCAHMW
St Davids / Tyddewi and as above Berea / Beria Congregationalist Haverfordwest St Davids erected 1823 or *1833 or '4 2,*4, RCAHMW Branch of Rhodiad, St Davids until 1854. Joined with Rehotogh, Mathry 1860. For records see Rhodiad
St Davids / Tyddewi and as above Bethania, Trelethid / Treleddid Fawr Calvinistic Methodist Haverfordwest St Davids 1810 converted to residential use by 1993 4, RCAHMW Branch of Tabernacle, St Davids Parish where records are available
St Davids / Tyddewi and as above Bethel, Treteio Baptist Haverfordwest St Davids erected 1839 fallen into disuse by 1993 2,4, RCAHMW Branch of Felinganol, Whitchurch Parish where records are available
St Davids / Tyddewi and as above Bethel Chapel (Schoolroom), Rhosson Calvinistic Methodist Haverfordwest St Davids erected 1864 fallen into disuse by 1993 RCAHMW
St Davids / Tyddewi and as above Bethel,Goat Street, City of St Davids Wesleyan Methodist Haverfordwest St Davids 1809 2,4, RCAHMW Head of circuit 1812; joined with Cardigan 1813-38; head of circuit again 1838; later joined English Circuit of Haverfordwest. Record of births available at Church
St Davids / Tyddewi and as above Caerfarchell / Carvarchell Chapel Calvinistic Methodist Haverfordwest St Davids 1811-37 about 1737 TNA 1,2,4, RCAHMW Closely connected with Tabernacle, St. Davids Parish
St Davids / Tyddewi and as above Catholic Church, St David's Roman Catholic Haverfordwest St Davids RCAHMW
St Davids / Tyddewi and as above Ebenezer, City of St Davids Congregationalist Haverfordwest St Davids 1814-37 1814 TNA British Film 819966 item 11 and 1482432 item 8 1,2, 4, RCAHMW, FHLC Branch of Rhodiad, St. Davids Parish until 1847, then on its own
St Davids / Tyddewi New Street, Zion / Seion Baptist Haverfordwest St Davids 1962-3 1816 PEMB RO 1,2,4 Branch of Felinganol, Whitchurch Paish where records are available
St Davids / Tyddewi and as above Rhodiad / Rhodiad-y-Brenin Congregationalist Haverfordwest St Davids 1799, 1810-37 1782 1992 TNA 1,2,4, RCAHMW Branch of Trefgarn Owain, Brawdy Parish until 1795
St Davids / Tyddewi and as above Rhodiad / Rhodiad-y-Brenin Congregationalist Haverfordwest St Davids 1814-37 1782 1992 PEMB RO British Films 819966 item 11 and 1482432 item 8 4. RCAHMW, FHLC Branch of Trefgarn Owain, Brawdy Parish until 1795
St Davids / Tyddewi and as above Seion Welsh Baptist Chapel, New Street; Zion Baptist Haverfordwest St Davids erected 1823 RCAHMW
St Davids / Tyddewi and as above Tabernacle, Goat Street, City of St Davids Calvinistic Methodist Haverfordwest St Davids 1811-37 *[1812-37] 1739 TNA *British Film 819966 item 10 1,2,4 FHLC, RCAHMW
St Davids / Tyddewi and as above Treleddid-Fawr Independent Sunday School; Old Chapel, Treledydd Fawr Congregationalist Haverfordwest St Davids erected 1798 converted to residential use by 1993 RCAHMW
St Dogmaels / Llandudoch Bethsaida Baptist Haverfordwest Fishguard 1799 4, RCAHMW Branch of Blaenywaun, St. Dogmaels Parish
St Dogmaels / Llandudoch Blaen-waun / Blaenywaun Welsh Baptist Chapel, St Dogmael's Baptist Haverfordwest Fishguard 1793-1837 1706 NLW British Fiches 6206171 Dyfed Family History Society record 1,4, RCAHMW, FHLC Branch of Cilfowyr, Manordeifi until 1795; embodied 1795
St Dogmaels / Llandudoch Bryn Salem Chapel, Cippyn Congregationalist Haverfordwest Fishguard erected 1850 fallen into disuse by 1993 RCAHMW
St Dogmaels / Llandudoch Capel Dogwell / Degwel Congregationalist Haverfordwest Fishguard erected 1820 4, RCAHMW First members came from Capel Mair, Cardigan; Trewen, Brongwyn Parish and Bethel, Moylegrove. Joined with Capel Mair 1820 - 1865; then j oined with Ty-rhos, Cilgerran Paris. For records see Capel Mair, Cardigan
St Dogmaels / Llandudoch Capel Sion Chapel, High Street, St Dogmael's Calvinistic Methodist Haverfordwest Fishguard erected 1838 converted to residential use by 1993 RCAHMW
St Dogmaels / Llandudoch Cippin, ne. Trecwn Congregationalist Haverfordwest Fishguard abt 1852 4 1852-73 branch of Bethel, Moylegrove where records are available
St Dogmaels / Llandudoch Gerazim / Cerizm, Cippyn Baptist Haverfordwest Fishguard 1839 as Sunday School 4, RCAHMW Branch of blaenywaun, St dogmaels until 1848 where records prior to this date are available
St Dogmaels / Llandudoch Sion, High Street Calvinistic Methodist Haverfordwest Fishguard 1st time 1795; 2nd time 1836 converted to residential use by 1993 4, RCAHMW Branch of Glanrhyd, Nevern Parish and Tabernacle, St Marys, cardigan
St Dogmaels / Llandudoch Soar Baptist Chapel (Ty'r Bont), Cippyn Baptist Haverfordwest Fishguard fallen into disuse by 1904 RCAHMW
St Edrens Blaenllyn, Trehael Baptist Haverfordwest St Davids 1842 4 Connected with Llangfoffan, Granston Prish (where records are available) and Groesgoch, Llanrhian Parish
St Florence Bethel Congregationalist and United Reformed Church Pembroke Tenby 1803-37 1800 1988 TNA British Film 819966 item 13 1,2,4, RCAHMW, FHLC Some connection with Henllan, Henllan Amgoed Parish and Capel-y-graig, Trelech a'r Betws Paish before 1805
St Ishmaels / Lanison Yn Rhos Aenon / Enon, Sandy Haven Baptist Haverfordwest Milford 1803-37 or 36 1812 TNA British Film 813551 item 18 and 1482406 item 16 1,2, FHLC
St Ishmaels / Lanison Yn Rhos Tabernacle Chapel, Trewarren Rd and Burgage Green Rd, St Ishamael's Congregationalist Haverfordwest Milford erected about 1825 converted to residential use by 1993 2,4, RCAHMW Branch of Bethel, Camrose until 1836. Keystone, Camrose;Tabernacle, Dale and Tabernacle, Talbenny 1836-45. For records see Bethel and Keystone
St Issells / Llanusyllt Bethany Baptist Narberth Begelly preaching for some years before chapel erected 1867 4 Branch of Bethesda, St Issells Parish
St Issells / Llanusyllt Bethesda Calvinistic Methodist Narberth Begelly 1821 2,4 First member associated with Mounton Church
St Issells / Llanusyllt Bethel, Saundersfoot Congregationalist Narberth Begelly erected 1838 2,4 Branch of Sardis, St Isells Parish until at least 1875
St Issells / Llanusyllt Hill Chapel, Kingsmoor Primitive Methodist Narberth Begelly 1847-1932 *[1847-1907] 1823 PEMB RO accounts, Sunday School paper and minutes 1,2, *4 Part of the Pembroke Dock Station
St Issells / Llanusyllt Sardis Congregationalist Narberth Begelly 1803-37 abt 1800 TNA British Film 819966 item 13 1,2,4, FHLC Branch of Bethel, St Florence 1805-19
St Issells / Llanusyllt Saundersfoot Wesleyan Methodist Narberth Begelly 1939 PEMB RO 1
St Nicholas / Tremarchog Bethel Baptist Chapel, St Nicholas Baptist Haverfordwest Fishguard erected 1804 fallen into disuse by 1997 RCAHMW
St Nicholas / Tremarchog Pen-caer, Rhosycaerau Congregationalist Haverfordwest Fishguard 1755-1837 *[1755-1820] 1788-1837 1720 TNA British Films 813550 item 13 and 1482427 item 32 1,2,*4, FHLC Branch of Trefgarn Owain, Brawdy Prish until 1757
St Nicholas / Tremarchog Pen-caer, Rhosycaerau Congregationalist Haverfordwest Fishguard NLW account books 1876-1912 4 Branch of Trefgarn Owain, Brawdy Prish until 1757
St Twinall / Twinnells, Twynnell Bethel, Thorn Calvinistic Methodist Pembroke Pembroke erected 1812 2,4 Branch of Wallaston, Pwllcrochan where records are available
Stackpole Elidor / Elidir Thorne Calvinistic Methodist Chapel, Thorne, Merrion; Bethel Calvinistic Methodist Pembroke Pembroke erected 1813 RCAHMW
Steynton Drun Hill / Dreen Hill Calvinistic Methodist Haverfordwest Milford 1854-1968 preaching before chapel erected 1834 PEMB RO 1,4 Branch of Ebenezer, Haverfordwest where records are available
Steynton Hakin Wesleyan Methodist Haverfordwest Milford 1842-1934 erected 1806 PEMB RO 1,2
Steynton Short Lane Baptist Haverfordwest Milford before 1816 TNA British Films 813551 item 18 and 1482406 item 16 4, FHLC Branch of Bethesda, Haverfordwest until 1816; associated with Aenon, St Ishmaels after 1820
Steynton Short Lane Baptist Haverfordwest Milford before 1816 NLW account book and subscriptioins 1828-31 4 Branch of Bethesda, Haverfordwest until 1816; associated with Aenon, St Ishmaels after 1820
Steynton Stynton, Milford Dock Yard Roman Catholic Haverfordwest Milford first used as Catholic chapel 1844 2
Steynton Tabernacle, Charles St., Milford Haven Congregationalist Haverfordwest Milford 1796-1837 TNA British Film 819966 item 3 4, FHLC Branch of Tabernacle, Haverfordwest. Film is listed under Milford
Steynton Treiscross / Tiers Cross, Steynton Congregationalist Haverfordwest Milford between 1803 and 1814 2,4 Branch of Tabernacle, Rosemarket Parish
Steynton Wesleyan Chapel, Milford Haven Wesleyan Methodist Haverfordwest Milford 1842-1934 1796 PEMB RO accounts, minutes 1889-1980 4 Part of Haverfordwest Circuit. For records see Wesleyan Chapel, Haverfordwest, St Martins
Sutton Mountain Sutton Mountain branch Mormon church Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Haverfordwest ? LDS British Film 104171 item 6 and British Book 942-K24L.332 1853-1859 record of members FHLC May also be found on film 104
Talbenny / Talbenni Middle Hall Chapel Wesleyan Methodist Haverfordwest Milford 1844-1934 *[1842-1934] erected 1830 PEMB RO accounts and minutes 1889-1980 1,2,*4 Records available through Haverfordwest and Milford Haven Circuits
Talbenny / Talbenni Tabernacle, village of Little Haven Congregationalist Haverfordwest Milford 1800 2,4 Branch of Rhosycaerau, St Nicolas Parish until 1824; Bethel, Camrose Parish 1824-36; Keystone, Camrose Parish, 1836-45; after 1845 joined with Tabernacle, Dale Prish and Tabernacle, St Ishmael. For records see Rhosycaerau, Bethel and Keystone
Tenby, St Mary's / Dinbych-y-Pysgod Baptist Chapel (Salvation Army Citadel), Upper Park Road, Tenby Baptist, Primitive Methodist and Salvation Army Pembroke Tenby erected 1830 2, RCAHMW 1854 denomination changed to Primitive Methodist and 1881 became Salvation Army Citadel
Tenby, St Mary's / Dinbych-y-Pysgod Baptist Chapel, South Parade, Tenby Baptist Pembroke Tenby erected1845 converted to community use by 1890 RCAHMW
Tenby, St Mary's / Dinbych-y-Pysgod Bethel Chapel "Mixed"* Pembroke Tenby 1851 2, RCAHMW "belongs to all denominations in the town of Tenby. Tis an united effort to benefit the Sailors and Fisherman....Opened only on the 1st Sabbath in '51."
Tenby, St Mary's / Dinbych-y-Pysgod Deer Park English Baptist Chapel, Greenhill Rd and Harding St, Tenby Baptist Pembroke Tenby erected 1830 RCAHMW
Tenby, St Mary's / Dinbych-y-Pysgod Tenby branch Mormon church Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Pembroke Tenby abt 1856 LDS British Book 942-K24L.332 abt 1856 FHLC
Tenby, St Mary's / Dinbych-y-Pysgod (no name given), Lower Frog Street, Tenby Calvinistic Methodist Pembroke Tenby 1864 4 Connected to Bethesda, St. Issells
Tenby, St Mary's / Dinbych-y-Pysgod Mans Hill Chapel, Tenby Out-Liberty Brethren in Christ / Moravian Pembroke Tenby erected 1827 converted to residential use by 1851 2,4, RCAHMW Branch of Moravian Chapel, St. Thomas, Haverfordwest where records are available
Tenby, St Mary's / Dinbych-y-Pysgod Marsh Road Sunday School, Tenby Calvinistic Methodist Pembroke Tenby erected 1880 fallen into disuse by 1997 RCAHMW
Tenby, St Mary's / Dinbych-y-Pysgod St John's English Congregational Church, South Parade and Warren St.; Wesleyan Methodist Chapel; United Reformed Church Congregationalist; Wesleyan Methodist and United Reformed Church Pembroke Tenby erected 1868 RCAHMW
Tenby, St Mary's / Dinbych-y-Pysgod St Julian's Seamen's Chapel, Tenby (none named) Pembroke Tenby erected 1874 in other use by 2011 RCAHMW
Tenby, St Mary's / Dinbych-y-Pysgod Tabernacle, Warren Street or Lower Frog Street, Tenby Congregationalist and Calvinistic Methodist Pembroke Tenby 1803-37 1818 sold to Methodists 1869; closed late -20th century TNA British Film 819966 item 10 1,2,4, FHLC Branch of bethel, St Florence from 1818-37
Tenby, St Mary's / Dinbych-y-Pysgod Warren Street Wesleyan Methodist Pembroke Tenby 1839-1961 *[1847-70] **[1868-1961] 1945-86 abt 1800 demolished 1989 PEMB RO accounts, minutes, Sunday School papers 1,2, * and **4, RCAHMW Part of Pembroke Circuit until 1870, then head of a circuit. Film * is with Pembroke Circuit, **with Tenby Circuit
Tenby, St Mary's / Dinbych-y-Pysgod Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, High Street, Tenby Wesleyan Methodist Pembroke Tenby erected 1804 converted to commericial use by 1998 RCAHMW
Treamlod: see Ambleston Haverfordwest Fishguard
Trefdraeth: see Newport
Treffgarn / Trefgarne Trefgarnowen Chapel, Brawdy Congregationalist Haverfordwest Haverfordwest 1809-1837 TNA British Film 813550 item 12 and 1482430 item 8 FHLC
Tremarchog: see St Nicholas Haverfordwest Fishguard
Treopert: see Granston Haverfordwest St Davids
Tre-groes: see Whitchurch Haverfordwest St Davids
Tyddewi: see St Davids Haverfordwest St Davids
Uzmaston (no name given) Wesleyan Methodist Haverfordwest Haverfordwest 1833-4 TNA 1
Uzmaston (no name given) Wesleyan Methodist Haverfordwest Haverfordwest 1844-1934 PEMB RO 1
Warren Angle Baptist Pembroke Pembroke home missionary effort 2,4 Branch of Baptist Home Mission, Milford Haven
Whitchurch / Tre-groes Old Meeting House, Solva Congregationalist Haverfordwest St Davids 1814-37 1790 TNA British Films 819967 items 1-2, 1482386 items 9-10 and 819967 item 5 2,4, FHLC Branch of Rhodiad, St. Davids. First members came from here and Trefgarn Owain, brawdy Parish
Whitchurch / Tre-groes Pavan / Paran (?) Congregationalist Haverfordwest St Davids 1841-2 2,4 Connected withTrefgarn Owain, Brawdy Parish where records are available
Whitchurch / Tre-groes Sion Chapel, Whitchurch Peculiar' Baptists Haverfordwest St Davids abt 1816 2,4 Branch of Felinganol where records are available
Whitchurch / Tre-groes Solfach / Solva, Mount Zion Congregationalist Haverfordwest St Davids 1780-1837 TNA 1
Whitchurch / Tre-groes Trefgarn Owen Congregationalist Haverfordwest St Davids erected 1686 2
Whitchurch / Tre-groes Welsh Calvinistic Methodist, Solva / Solfach Calvinistic Methodist Haverfordwest St Davids 1798-1837 *[1796- 1837] 1755 TNA *British film 819967 item 6 2,4, FHLC Branch of Caerfarchell and Tabernacle, both in St Davids Parish
Whitchurch / Tre-groes Zion, St David's Baptist Haverfordwest St Davids erected 1839 2
Whitchurch / Tre-groes (no name given), Solva Wesleyan Methodist Haverfordwest St Davids 1810 no longer in existence by 1890 2,4 Part of St Davids circuit; for records see Bethel, St. Davids Parish
Whitchurch / Tre-groes Solfach Calvinistic Methodist Cardigan St Davids 1812-1837 TNA British Film 819966 item 10 FHLC
Whitechurch / Eglwys Wen Bethabara Baptist Cardigan Newport 1787 4 Unitl 1826, branch of Cilfowyr, Manordeifi Parish where records are available
Whitechurch / Eglwys Wen Pen-y-groes Congregationalist Cardigan Newport **1785-1837 [*1817-37] 1779 **1785-1823 or 24 1765 TNA *British Films 828112 item 3 and 819967 item 4; ** 813551 item 13 and 1482427 item 34 1,4, FHLC Began at farm called Cilcam then connected with Glandwr, Llanfyrnach Parish until 1818. *film connceted with Hebron, Llanglydwen; ** film connected with Glandwr, Llanfyrnach Parish
Whitechurch / Eglwys Wen Pen-y-groes Congregationalist Cardigan Newport 1844-56 1844-56 1844-56 1765 NLW *British Films 830935 item 4 *church register, 1844-1940 1,4, FHLC Began at farm called Cilcam then connected with glandwr, Llanfyrnach Parish until 1818
Williamston Chapelry (part of Begelly) Ebenezer English Baptist Church, Cold Inn Cross, Broadmoor Baptist Naarberth Begelly erected 1861 RCAHMW
Williamston Chapelry (part of Begelly) Moreton Chapel, Stoneybridge Wesleyan Methodist Naarberth Begelly erected 1850 2, RCAHMW
Williamston East Moreton Wesleyan Methodist Narberth Begelly 1847-1932 PEMB RO 1
Wiston / Cas-Wis Carmel Baptist Chapel Baptist Haverfordwest Haverfordwest erected 1804 RCAHMW
Wiston / Cas-Wis Penuel Chapel, Bethany Evangelical Church; Clarbeston Road Calvinistic Methodist Haverfordwest Haverfordwest erected 1886 RCAHMW
Wiston / Cas-Wis Penuel Chapel, Clarbeston Road Calvinistic Methodist Haverfordwest Haverfordwest erected 1886 converted to other use mid 20th century RCAHMW
Wiston / Cas-Wis Penuel, Chapel Hill Calvinistic Methodist Haverfordwest Haverfordwest preaching several years before chapel erected 1813 4 Branch of Wiston
Wiston / Cas-Wis Wiston Chapel, Chapel Hill Calvinistic Methodist Haverfordwest Haverfordwest 1813, *1820-37 1790 TNA *British Film 819967 item 7 and 1482413 item 11 1,2,4, FHLC Branch of Woodstock, Ambleston Parish
Wiston / Cas-Wis Wiston Chapel, Wiston English Presbyterian and Calvinistic Methodist Haverfordwest Haverfordwest erected 1813 RCAHMW May be same chapel as Wiston, Chapel Hill

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