The County of Caernarfonshire


In North Wales, bounded by the sea on all sides, excepting on the East, where it is bounded by Denbighshire and a part of Merionethshire. It is about 45 miles long, and 13 broad. It is divided into ten Hundreds. River, the Conway. It has six Market-Towns. It is in the Province of Canterbury, in the Diocese of Bangor, and in the Northern Circuit. Population, 81,093.

Source: Leonard’s Gazetteer of England and Wales; Second Edition; C. W. Leonard, London; 1850.

Caernarfonshire Parishes

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  • Aberdaron
  • Abererch
  • Abergwyngregyn (Aber)

 

  • Bangor
  • Beddgelert
  • Betws Garmon
  • Betws y Coed (Bettws y Coed)
  • Bodferin
  • Boduan (Bodfuan)
  • Botwnnog
  • Bryncroes

 

  • Caerhun
  • Caernarfon (Carnarvon, Caernarvon)
  • Carnguwch
  • Ceidio
  • Clynnog
  • Conwy (Conway)
  • Cricieth (Criccieth)

 

  • Denio
  • Dolbenmaen
  • Dolwyddelan
  • Dwygfylchi

 

  • Edern (Edeyrn)
  • Eglwysbach (Eglwysfach)

 

  • Gyffin
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  • Llanfaelrhys
  • Llannor
  • Llanaelhaearn
  • Llanarmon
  • Llanbeblig
  • Llanbedr y Cennin
  • Llanbedrog
  • Llanberis
  • Llanddeiniolen
  • Llandygai
  • Llandegwning
  • Llanrhos (Eglwys Rhos)
  • Llandrillo yn Rhos (Rhos on Sea)
  • Llandudno
  • Llandudwen
  • Llandwrog
  • Llanengan
  • Llanfaglan
  • Llanfairfechan
  • Llanfair is Gaer
  • Llanfihangel Bachellaeth
  • Llanfihangel y Pennant
  • Llangelynnin
  • Llangian
  • Llangwnnadl
  • Llangystennin
  • Llangybi
  • Llaniestyn
  • Llanllechid
  • Llanllyfni
  • Llanrhychwyn
  • Llanrug
  • Llanrwst
  • Llanwnda
  • Llanystumdwy
  • Llysfaen
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  • Mellteytn

 

  • Nefyn

 

  • Penllech
    Penmachno
    Penmorfa
    Penrhos
    Pistyll

 

  • Rhiw

 

  • Treflys
    Trefriw
    Tudweiliog

 

  • Ynyscynhaearn
    Ysbyty Ifan
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