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|Beaufort; Berrington; Briton Ferry 1627-1879; Brynwhillach; Calland; Calvert Richard Jones; Cathelyd; Cefn Myddfai; Cwm Clydach (1902); Gnoll; Gronow; Gwernllwynchwith; Gwyn; Morris; Nydfwch; Penllergare; Popkin; Ynysarwed; [[User:Williamsda/Sandbox24|'''Ynyspenllwch''']]
 
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Glamorgan Estate Records[edit | edit source]

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Parishes with Associated Estates[edit | edit source]

Parish Estate name Associated families
Aberafon Briton Ferry 1627-1879;
Aberaman
Aberdare
Aberpergwm
Baglan Briton Ferry 1627-1879;
Barry
Betws Tir Iarll
Bishopston
Blaen Gwrach
Bonvilston Dynefor
Briton Ferry Briton Ferry 1627-1879;
Cadoxton Juxta Barry
Cadoxton Juxta Neath Aberpergwm 1605-1910; Briton Ferry 1627-1879;
Caerau With Ely
Cardiff Mathew Family of Radyr and Llandaff (D351/1GRO [estate survey 1793])
Cheriton
Cilybebyll
Clydach St John
Coity Hensol; Laleston House; Mathew Family of Radyr and Llandaff (D351/1GRO [estate survey 1793])
Colwinston
Cowbridge Davies family of Eglwysbrewis; Dynevor
Coychurch Hensol; Laleston House; Mathew Family of Radyr and Llandaff (D351/1GRO [estate survey 1793])
Eglwys Brewys Davies family of Eglwysbrewis
Eglwysilan Energlyn
Ewenny Laleston House
Flemingston
Gabalfa
Gelli-Gaer
Gileston
Glyncorrwg Briton Ferry 1627-1879;
Ilston
Knelston
Laleston Laleston House Bennet
Lavernock
Leckwith
Lisvane
Loughor
Llanblethian
Llancarfan Dean and Chapter of Gloucester
Llandaff
Llandeilo Tal-Y-Bont
Llandough Juxta Cowbridge
Llandough Juxta Penarth
Llandow
Llandyfodwg
Llanddewi
Llandedern
Llanfabon
Llanmaes
Llanfihangel Y Bont-Faen
Llan-Gan Laleston House
Llangeinor
Llangennith
Llan-Giwg[1] Berrington; Shewen Gough
Llangyfelach[2][3][1] Beaufort; Berrington; Briton Ferry 1627-1879; Brynwhillach; Calland; Calvert Richard Jones; Cathelyd; Cefn Myddfai; Cwm Clydach (1902); Gnoll; Gronow; Gwernllwynchwith; Gwyn; Morris; Nydfwch; Penllergare; Popkin; Ynysarwed; Ynyspenllwch Mackworth; Mansel; Miers; Vernon; Earl of Jersey; Gwyn; Holland
Llangynwyd
Llanharan
Llanharry
Llanilid
Llanilltern
Llanishen
Llanmadog
Llanmaes
Llanrhidian
Llansamlet Briton Ferry 1627-1879; Gwernllwynchwith[2]
Llansannor
Llansawel
Llantrithyd
Llantrisant Collenna; Dinas; Hensol Prichard; Talbot
Llantwit Fardre Merthyr Mawr;
Llantwit-Juxta-Neath Briton Ferry 1627-1879;
Llantwit Major Merthyr Mawr;
Llanwonno
Llysworney
Maesteg
Marcross
Margam Briton Ferry 1627-1879;
Merthyr Dyfan
Merthyr Mawr Laleston House; Llampha (Merthyr Mawr);
Merthyr Tyfil Maerdy; Mathew Family of Radyr and Llandaff (D351/1GRO [estate survey 1793]) Davies; Richards
Michaelston-Le-Pit Hensol; Mathew Family of Radyr and Llandaff (D351/1GRO [estate survey 1793])
Michaelston-Super-Avon Briton Ferry 1627-1879;
Michaelston-Super-Ely
Monknash
Mountain Ash
Neath Briton Ferry 1627-1879;
Newcastle Laleston House
Newton Nottage
Nicholaston
Nolton
Oxwich
Oystermouth
Penarth
Pendoylan Hensol
Pen-Llin Llampha (Merthyr Mawr)
Pen-Maen
Penmark Dean and Chapter of Gloucester
Pennard
Penrice
Pen-Tyrch
Peterson-Super-Ely Mathew Family of Radyr and Llandaff (D351/1GRO [estate survey 1793])
Peterson-Super-Montem
Port Eynon
Porthkerry
Pyle & Kenfig Laleston House
Radyr Mathew Family of Radyr and Llandaff (D351/1GRO [estate survey 1793])
Reynoldston Stouthall Lucas
Roath
Rhossili
Rudry
St Andrews Major Hensol
St Athan
St Bride's Major
St Bride's Minor Laleston House
St Bride's-Super-Ely
St Donat's
St Fagans
St George-Super-Ely
St Hilary
St John-juxta-Swansea Briton Ferry 1627-1879;
St Lythan's
St Mary Church
St Mary Hill
St Nicholas
Sully
Swansea Briton Ferry 1627-1879;
Tythegston Laleston House
Welsh St Donat's Hensol
Wenvoe
Whitchurch
Wick
Ystradowen Hensol
Ystradyfodwg
  1. 1.0 1.1 Childs, Jeff. The Parish of Llangyfelach: landed estates, farms and families. [Wales]: Jeff Childs and West Glamorgan Archive Service, 2018.
  2. 2.0 2.1 Jeff Childs, "Landownership Changes in a Glamorgan Parish, 1750-1850: The Case of Llangyfelach," Morgannwg: The Journal of Glamorgan History (The Glamorgan History Society) 38 (1994): 42-87.
  3. Childs, Jeff. "Twll-y-Gwyddil." Clydach Historical Society Newsletter 46 (Winter 1994): 6-8.