St Martyn's Church, Llanmartin

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St Martyn's Church, Llanmartin. Text and photos of the church, cemetery and individual grave stones. Click on image to see a sharper version of the original.

"The church of St. Martin, rebuilt in the year 1858, is a building of stone in the Perpendicular style, consisting of chancel, nave, south porch and an embattled tower containing one bell: in the recess in the north wall of the chancel is an altar-tomb of the time of Henry VII, believed to have been erected to the first Sir Thomas Morgan, of Penycoed Castle; the brass with inscription is lost: there are 100 sittings. (A description written in 1891)" http://mongenes.org.uk/History%20%26%20Photos%20L2/llanmartinllande.html

"Built in the Gothic Perpendicular style, both gable and long-wall entry type. A prominent feature of this Church is the integral tower." https://www.coflein.gov.uk/en/site/220555/details/st-martins-church-llanmartin

I have more photos, also including close-ups of grave stones. You are very welcome to contact me in a private message if there are anything you would like to see more photos of, or if you need larger photos in a higher resolution.

Photos of grave stones,- Name and Date of death:

Coal, Jane

Erdhytter, Antonie 1936

Frances, Emily

Griffith, Anne 1864

Griffiths, Edward 1878

Griffiths, Emily Frances 1922

Hale, Mary Ann 1935

Hale, William 1953

House, Eliza 1896

House, George Henry 1888

House, William 1915

Legg, Enid Barbara 1945

Puls, Hans Oskar 2013

Puls, Herta Maria Elisabeth 2013



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