Left click to enlarge pictures. Arrows allow viewing of all pictures in sequence or to play a slide show.
Back to Ceredigion / Cardiganshire place names and parishes.

Available information for Ciliau Aeron, Ceredigion / Cardiganshire

Churches and Chapels


Ciliau Aeron (Unitarian) 1755-
Address/Location:OS Grid Ref: SN498585 geograph



Marriages R 1928-1964 Mf

Archive holdings
Repositories:
Baptisms , Marriages 1925-1964, CGN RO Burials , Monumental Inscriptions ,
Records for period up to 1755 see old church book of Cilgwyn at NLW


The first sermon in the present chapel was delivered by Ceredig Jones of Bradford in 1900 but the congregation's history goes back to 1650. The original chapel was situated in the building just above the present chapel - now known as Tangaer. When the new chapel was built, Tangaer became the caretakers cottage with a schoolroom on the upper floor. Tangaer is now a private dwelling. The chapel has a good collection of books relating to Unitarianism. The Rev. Ceredig Jones was a generous benefactor to many Unitarian causes in the area when they were first being built. He is buried in the cemetery.
Courtesy of http://www.ukunitarians.org.uk/swda/ciliauaeron.htm

St. Michael (Church in Wales) 1678-
Address/Location:OS Grid Ref: SN503582 geograph



Burial Index R 1678- Fiche

Archive holdings
Repositories:
Bishops Transcripts 1678-1875, NLW Baptisms 1775-1960, NLW Marriages 1806-1969, NLW Burials 1775-1991, CGN RO,NLW Monumental Inscriptions ,



Schools


Ciliau Park Board/Council School 1795-r1876
Address/Location:

No photographs are available.

Archive holdings
Opened 1795 - status r1876
Age range -
CGN RO Attendance Register , Examination Results , Published History ,



Farms


No pictures or information available.

People


No pictures or information available.

Postcards


No pictures or information available.

War Memorials


No pictures or information available.


Photographs of war memorials in Cardiganshire, together with short biographies of many of those named can be found at http://wwwmp.co.uk/



Back to Ceredigion / Cardiganshire place names and parishes.





Website design and hosting: Technoleg Taliesin Cyf.

Administration