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St. Cadoc's Church

Parish of Caerleon

Vicars

Baptisms 1695 - 1878   Search Records

Marriages 1715 - 1924   Search Records

Burials 1695 - 1893   Search Records

Please see footnotes.


Castle Street Baptist Chapel

Caerleon

Marriages 1839 - 1928   Search Records

Burials 1800 - 1944   Record of memorials made in 1988


Independent Chapel

Caerleon Village

Baptisms 1828 - 1836   Records


Holy Trinity Church, Christchurch

Newport Mon

Baptisms 1725 - 1837 Search Records


Caerleon Industrial School

(Newport Union School)
Mill Street, Caerleon

Censuses

Search all by Surname 1861 to 1891
- or by the year -
| 1861 | 1871 | 1881 | 1891 | 1901 |


1840 Tithe Map of Caerleon

| Tithe Map | Search the Apportionment (details of occupants of properties, owners etc.) |


1841 Census

| Search the 1841 Census (Caerleon districts 1, 2, 12 & 15) |


1881 Census

| Search the 1881 Census (Caerleon districts 2, 3, 9 & 13) |


1901 Census

| Search the 1901 Census (Caerleon district 14 & Industrial Schools) |


Caerleon Directories

| 1791 | 1844 | 1850 | 1862 | 1884 | 1901 | 1914 | 1934 |


Caerleon War Memorial

Lists of the Servicemen who died in both World Wars and pictures of the memorial

Caerleon Roll of Honour - Caerleon Citizens who served their country in the 'Great European War'


Footnotes

A note about the calendar... When viewing early entries it might help to know that prior to 1752 the New Year began on March 26th. Hence, for example, January 1st 1745 came after July 1st 1745!

Accuracy of information... If you find information you are looking for in these pages, we strongly advise checking with the original documents (see below).

The St Cadocs records were originally transcribed and typed (on a typewriter!) by Dave Woolven in the 1980s. The original registers, and copies of Dave's transcriptions, can be viewed in Gwent Archives, Steelworks Road, Ebbw Vale, Blaenau Gwent, NP23 6AA, Tel. 01495 353363. E-mail: enquiries@gwentarchives.gov.uk  Website: www.gwentarchives.gov.uk/

We thank Dave for his help with this project, also the Canon Arthur Edwards, Caerleon Vicarage. Dave is still engaged in transcibing a wide range of historical documents. His contact details are: Dave Woolven, 2 Aspen Way, Malpas Park, Newport, South Wales. NP20 6LB Tel 01633 858359.