the registers are at Gwent Record Office
and have been filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah
The film is being processed, digitized and catalogued at the
Family History library in Salt Lake City
when it is available it will be in the catalogue - make a place searchhttp://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Library/FHLC/frameset_fhlc.asp
AND IT IS
Parish registers of Blaenavon, 1804-1936
Church of England. Chapelry of Blaenavon (Monmouthshire) (Main Author)
Microfilm of original records in possession of Gwent Record Office,
The chapelry includes the village of Blaenavon and comprises parts of
the parishes of Llanover, Llanfoist, and Llanwenarth. Since 1864 it
has included the chapelry of Capel-Newydd.
Gwent Record Office no.: D/Pa 74.1-74.6, 74.9-74.13, 74.17-74.27.
England, Monmouth, Blaenavon - Church records
England, Monmouth, Llanfoist - Church records
England, Monmouth, Llanwenarth - Church records
England, Monmouth, Llanover - Church records
Manuscript (On Film)
PublicationSalt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 2006
Physicalon 3 microfilm reels ; 35 mm.
Note - Location [Film]
Baptisms, 1804-1812, 1817; burials, 1805-1819 - VAULT BRITISH Film
[ 2411577 Item 24 ]
Baptisms, 1814-1837 - VAULT BRITISH Film [ 2411577 Item 25 ]
Baptisms, 1813-1906 - FHL BRITISH Film [ 2411578 Items 1 - 4 ]
Marriage banns, 1805-1840 - FHL BRITISH Film [ 2411578 Item 5 ]
Marriages, 1813-1921 - FHL BRITISH Film [ 2411578 Items 6 - 9 ]
Burials, 1813-1870 - FHL BRITISH Film [ 2411578 Items 10 - 13 ]
Burials, 1871-1936 - FHL BRITISH Film [ 2411579 Items 1 - 7 ]
===============================note the cut off dates !!!these were agreed by NLW with the help a privacy law consultant
==========================the copyright issues are with agreement of the Church in Wales and the National Library of Wales
GSU are prepared to loan microfilm to transcribers for use at home if
certain conditions are fulfilled (see "Terms of Loan"). Microfilm is
ideal for transcribing, can be read on a microfiche reader but has
more resolution than microfiche.FreeREG - Search English Parish Register Transcripts and IndexesContributing to the FreeREG Project
: "There are many different ways in which you can contribute to the FreeREG project. You could participate in a technical capacity working to make the project happen, in a co-ordination capacity helping others carry out their work or most importantly as a data provider in the transcription of parish records into a form whereby they can be entered into the database.
The first two activities require some technical expertise and a willingness to participate over the longer term.
Transcription can involve as much time as you are willing to commit and primarily requires a good eye for reading handwriting and some basic skills with a computer keyboard. It is a function that can be performed anywhere in the world and one that is the base upon which the ultimate success of FreeREG will depend."Counties and places included in the FreeREG Project
GSU at work in October 2007the operator at work filming Monmouthshire parish registers at Gwent record Officethe shutter is triggered by this foot pedalthe test cardGSU - Activities in Wales
the Genealogical Society of Utah
Name: Keith Withington
Telephone: +44 (0) 121 384 9921
Address: Genealogical Society of Utah, 185 Penns Lane, Sutton Coldfield, West Midlands, United Kingdom, B76 1JURootsWeb: Genealogy Mailing Lists: Wales : MONMOUTHSHIRE
: "A mailing list for anyone with a genealogical interest in the county of Monmouthshire, Wales, United Kingdom. "