Do you have Welsh ancestors who were buried in the county of Montgomeryshire? Explore this collection of monumental inscriptions. Learn where your ancestor was buried as well as your ancestor’s birth and death years. Your ancestor’s memorial inscription may include such details as spouse’s name and date of death.
Each record includes a transcript and original image. The information included within a record can vary, you may be able to find out a combination of the following:
The images linked to in each result are full of local histories and other useful information, such as a dictionary of Welsh words.
Montgomeryshire is one of the thirteen historic counties of Wales. The county was abolished and amalgamated with Radnorshire and Breconshire to create the county of Powys in 1974.
The memorial inscriptions currently contained within this collection cover places A-L in Montgomeryshire (except for Alberbury, which is in Shropshire), comprising one-quarter of the entire memorial inscription collection for the county, published by the Montgomeryshire Genealogical Society. The full list of burial places is as follows:
Llanfihangel Yng Ngwynfa
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