Historical Records

Mercer & Crocker's Directory of Monmouth, Hereford 1876




LLANWENARTH ULTRA is a parish and village near Abergavenny; population 2,042. The church dedicated to Christ, is a fine stone structure, opened in 1860. The living is a Rectory, value £274 per annum. Patron, the Earl of Abergavenny. The Reverand George Grove B.A. is the Rector. Govilon and Garndyrris are hamlets in the above parish. Letters via Abergavenny, which is the nearest Money Order office.

Chaddick William, Farmer
Davies William, Farmer
Hiley James, Farmer
Isaacs Thomas, Farmer
Jones William, Farmer
Joshua Joshua, Farmer
Lewis Joshua, Farmer
Morgan Henry, Farmer
Morgan William, Farmer
Pritchard David, Farmer
Thatchers Mrs, Farmer
Watkins Miss Ann & Mrs Mary Morgan, Farmers - Codifer Farm
Williams Mr - Llanycowan Hse

Addis Henry – Butchers Arms
Baldwin Henry – Gardeners Arms
Axall William, Miller
Griffiths Charles, Shopkeeper
Grove Rev, George (BA), Rector, The Rectory
Hill Thomas, Shopkeeper
Humfrey James J.P. - Llanwenarth Hotel
Johns Rev, Richard (Baptist) - Greenfield Cottage
Jones Joshua, Grocer
James Richard, Farmer
Lewis Mr Benjamin - Glanvarden
Lewis Walter, Registrar of births, deaths & marriages and relieving officer
Lewis William, Farmer
Mathews William, Farmer
Morgan Mrs - Fair Oak House
Parry Mrs Margared, Farmer
Pembridge William, Butcher
Phillips Evan - Graig Farm
Phillips George – 3 Cocks Inn
Price Mrs – New Inn
Pritchard William, Wheelwright
Thomas Mary – Green Dragon
Vaughan Mrs Mary – Red Lion

Aubrey William & Sons, Grocers
Aubrey William – Prince of Wales
Davies William, Surveyor
Lewis William – Lamb Inn

Cox Thomas – Royal Oak
Harris William – Queen Victoria
Jones John – Puddlers Arms

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