Archifdy Ceredigion Archives
Parochial Records, Saint Alban's, Tyglyn

Acc 2581


Reference: [GB 0212] CPR/SAT
Title: Saint Alban's, Tyglyn Parochial Records
Date(s): 1809-1883; 1911
Level: Fonds
Extent: 8 items

Administrative History:
Saint Albans, Tyglyn, was built as a private chapel in 1809. It closed in 1883 and Llanddewi Aber-arth became the parish church of the united benefice. For related material, see the list of Llanddewi Aber-arth parochial records

Scope and Content:
1. Copy conveyance, 10 June 1809, of Rhose Tavarn in the parish of Llandysul by the Rev. Alban Thomas Jones Gwynne of Ty Glyn to the Bishop of St Davids, David Davies and John Saunders on condition that they will permit the minister appointed to the chapel to receive the rents of the land. Endorsed ‘Attested Copy Deed for Endowing a Chappel at Ty-Glyn in the county of Cardigan’

2. Copy of The London Gazette, 28 July 1882, recording the recommendation of the Ecclesiastical Commissioners that the advowson to the benefice Saint Alban Tyglyn should be transferred from William John Davies of Tyglyn to the Bishop of St Davids

3. Licence of the Rev. Henry Morgan, clerk, as perpetual curate of Saint Alban Tyglyn, 1 May 1883

4. Letter of relaxation of sequestration, 4 May 1883, addressed to Henry Morgan

5-6. Copy extracts from diocesan registry, 1809-1881, relating to St Albans, Tyglyn (5), together with a copy of a notice which was `affixed by me on the principle outer door of the parish church of Llanddewi Aberarth this day of October 1882' concerning the proposed union of the benefice of Llanddewi Aberarth and the perpetual curacy of the benefice of St Alban's, Tyglyn (6)

7-8. Two letters, Jan. and Feb. 1911, relating to a plan of Rhose Tavarn farm

Website developed by Technoleg Taliesin