Local & Family
History Society


Cymdeithas Hanes
Lleol & Theuluoedd

Parish Pages - Llanafanfawr - Parish Records

The records were transcribed using Excel and have been converted to PDF. All documents are available for download by clicking the Transcriptions Link on the right.

  • Baptisms (1708 to 1911)

  • Banns (1790 to 1840)

  • Licences (1723 to 1741)

  • Marriages (1708 to 1911)

  • Burials (1708 to 1911)


Troedrhiwdaler MIs

We are pleased to announce that the Troedrhiwdalar Chapel MIs project is now complete. The collected information is only available to members and includes photographs of the individual graves, transcribed MIs, surnames and place-names indexes, a history of the chapel, and detailed plans of the three graveyard plots. You may also purchase a copy of the booklet (not including photographs) from the society by contacting This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Troedrhiwdaler Register of Chapel Members
(The Register Book of the Independent Church Assembling at Troedrhiwdalar in the Parish of Llanafan Fawr in the County of Brecon 1781-1848)

This register book or Recorder is deposited at the National Library of Wales as MS 654B. It contains details of some 250 individuals who were members of the chapel during the period 1781 to 1848.

The searchable PDF version of the Register Book was transcribed 'as seen' by Hilary Williams in 2012 for the Breconshire Local & Family History Society and is available online to members of the society.

The Society acknowledges the generosity of BLFHS member David James, who has been transcribing parish records in northern Breconshire for a number of years, and who has given us permission to publish his work for the benefit of all Society members.

It is always advisable to verify transcribed data by studying either the original documents, or facsimile images of the original documents. Microfilms of the Llanafan Fawr parish registers are available for viewing at the National Library of Wales (Aberystwyth) and the Powys Archives (Llandrindod Wells).