1877

  • Efforts were made to establish the Mwldan Sunday School by W. H. Harries.
  • Population 2633
  • 29/3 LAST SHIP built – Margaret Ann, owned by Capt. Evan Parry, Tresaith launched by John Williams
  • May Half day holiday established
  • 28/8 Cemetery north and west walls built
  • 27/9 Netpool Gravel Pits leased to Burial Board
  • October Average attendance at Mwldan Sunday School = 200.
  • November Elections: D G Davies, Rev. W. Jones, John Lewis. Mayor James Williams
  • 6/12 Library considered but deferred until funds were available.

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

  • Francis, Lettice wi of James 06/02/1877 aged 77 MPH2
  • Morgan, Mary, dau of Thomas 11/02/1877 aged 7m A10
  • Morgan, Sarah dau of Capt John & Sarah, Drawbridge 16/03/1877 aged 19 HPW42
  • Jenkins, David, Greenfield Sq 23/03/1877 Aged 45 MPL1
  • Noott, Elizabeth 30/03/1877 aged 77 C14
  • Thomas, Owen, Cathrine Row 14/04/1877 aged 87 MPI15
  • Noott, Caroline Jenner dau of Thomas & Mary 12/05/1877 aged 23 C14
  • Jeremiah, Sarah 01/06/1877 yn 56 MPD11
  • Owen, Priscilla wi of David 19/06/1877 aged 76 EW8
  • Owens, Thomas son of David & Sarah lost his life on a passage to Bombay in the Flora of London 24/08/1877 aged 37 MPW15
  • Lewis, David 12/09/1877 aged 77 MPK9
  • Perrott, Thomas James second son of H H O Perrott d at the Bryndissil Ho, Llandyssilio 19th year 29/11/1877 MPF17
  • Trollip, Julia wi of Jacob 05/12/1877 aged 36 EW35
  • Thomas, Thomas, Troedyrhiw, Merthyr Tydfil 25/12/1877 aged 27 MPK3