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This is more than a third of the total number of ancient parishes in Wales. Over four hundred ancient parishes are represented in these two groups.Over half of these early registers belong to parishes in the diocese of St. Very few early registers have survived in the diocese of St. Davids no registers before the printed form registers introduced in 1813 have survived and in many other parishes the printed form marriage register introduced in 1754 is the earliest surviving register.Davids and the diocese of Swansea and Brecon (which was part of the diocese of St. The registers of nearly all the parishes in the diocese of St.Despite all that has been lost through accident and neglect however a great deal has survived.I hope to show this in describing the surviving registers, firstly in the context of the general history of the registers and then by a more detailed description of their contents.1 Thomas Cromwell, Lord Privy Seal and Vicegerent, issued a mandate, 5 September, 1538, 2 ordering every parson, vicar or curate to keep a register of every wedding, christening and burial in his parish.The parishes were to provide a coffer for the safe keeping of the register.
11 Transcripts dating from 1598 have survived in several English dioceses and in some dioceses there are transcripts from before 1598.
Asaph start before 1754 but in over half the parishes in the diocese of St.
Davids there is now no register dating before 1754.
It is probable that records relating to important families had been kept before this time by the religious houses and by the clergy, but I know of no evidence relating to the keeping of any parish register in Wales before 1538. Poets and genealogists also recorded dates of births and deaths in their manuscripts 3 and dates are often given in verse in the eulogies and elegies of the sixteenth and seventeenth century Welsh poets.
Records were sometimes kept in missals and other religious manuscripts e.g. Such details are rare before the introduction of the official registers but they can be important because so few early registers have survived in Wales.