1830

Tabernacle Chapel had a membership of 212 (a decrease of 24 since 1825).

The following were buried in St Mary’s Church cemetery:

  • 1830 20/1 Catherine Davies, dau of Lewis & Sarah aged 21
  • 1830 24/1 David Jones, blockmaker son of John Jones, shipwright aged 25
  • 1830 25/1 John Bowen, son of John, master mariner & Ann aged 15m
  • 1830 31/1 David Evans, master mariner aged 57
  • 1830 18/2 Thomas Thomas, (only son) George by Ann his wi, printer aged 19
  • 1830 19/2 Evan Lloyd Mathias, master mariner aged 29
  • 1830 22/2 John Phillips, son of Rodrick & Ann ged 12
  • 1830 23/2 Hannah Edwards, dau of William Edwards, sailmaker aged 18m
  • 1830 30/3 John Griffiths, aged 3yrs 7m
  • 1830 6/4 Evan Evans, mab Thomas a Elizabeth yn 33
  • 1830 7/4 Elizabeth Davies, wi of William, Pencestyll, Bridell aged 40
  • 1830 21/4 Maryann Lloyd, dau of Thomas & Mary aged 16
  •  1830 3/5 Thomas Jeremiah, butcher aged 45
  • 1830 18/5 Elizabeth Phillips, dau of John & Anne aged 11d
  • 1830 27/5 Mary Phillips, wi of William aged 60
  • 1830 14/6 Elenor Evans, aged 75
  • 1830 25/6 Mary Davies, wi of said Thomas aged 80
  • 1830 19/7 Elizabeth Davies, dau of John & Ann, Tynewydd aged 2
  • 1830 22/8 William Davies, son of John by Dorothy his wi aged 3m
  • 1830 23/8 George Jones, aged 50
  • 1830 5/12 Anne Jones, dau of Thomas, saddler aged 65
  • 1830 24/12 William Phillips, brandy merchant aged 65
  • 1830 John Lloyd, sergt in 23rd Regmt of Royal Welsh Fusiliers