St Mary's Church, Wilcrick

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Topics Teams | Wales Historic Buildings Team

‘Wilcrick’ is a welsh name which translates as ‘bare hill’ – the hill referred to is now tree clad and is the location of an iron age fort from where extensive views down the Severn Estuary are afforded; essential for an early warning of Irish invasion up the estuary. The tiny church of St Mary the Virgin, is located on the lower slope of the hill and once served a much larger settlement abandoned during the middle ages in common with several other locations in the local area.[1]

The church is located at ST4099087980 (Lat/Lon 51.587569, -2.853143). [Map of St Mary's]

1851 Census: Wilcrick Parish; Statistics; Area 406 acres; Population 13 males, 15 females, total 28


Bishops Transripts: 1725-41, 1743-54, 1756-75, 1777, 1779-95, 1797-1800, 1802-17, 1819-31, 1833-68, 1870-6 | National National Library of Wales

Baptism 1814-1967
Mariages 1814-1961
Burials 1824-1974 | Gwent Archives


Beckett, George Nicholas 2001 - 2001
Duthie, George 1904 - 1990
Duthie, Hannah Mary 1913 - 2004
Morgan, Elizabeth 1843 - 1924
Price, George Ellis 1892 - 1971
Price, Horace 1899 - 1986
Price, Vera May (Rollings) 1915 - 2002
Pugh, Mary 1791 - 1861
Reese, Alfred 1890 - 1938
Reese, Ethel Eliza 1893 - 1981
Rollings, Charles Alfred 1886 - 1962
Rollings, Decima 1887 - 1971
Rollings, Jonathan David 1954 - 1956
Twomey, Harriet (Webber) 1876 - 1970
Twomey, William 1905 - 1998
Webber, Herbert 1882 - 1969
Whitney, George 1884 - 1924
Whitney, Mary Elizabeth (Davies) - 1963



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Please open this so I can correct the Location.

The profiles should be in the Category.

posted by Steve Bartlett
What location do you suggest ?

The profiles Are in the category as well. I will keep them here on the church profile as well as they are a part of the church history. And people who are not used to the wikitree category system can easily see relatives under church profiles, which I think is very useful. I want the profiles being as accessible as possible. Having a quick glance at the list of profiles connected to a church also gives you a quick overview over the people who lived in the parish, and looking for churches in a certain area is a more straight forward way for many non-wikitreers, than the category system is. Personally I find the category so complex that I can't use it.

posted by Joann Hanmer
All gravestones present in the cemetery in July 2020 was photographed by Joann Hanmer. See profile links above.
posted by Joann Hanmer