Census Transcripts and Indexes on CD-ROM
Memorial inscriptions in booklet form
Church and Chapel registers of baptisms, marriages and burials
Members living outside the UK can join the Society or renew their subscriptions through GENfair.
The Society's Journal "Record" (issues 1-71)
Transcripts and indexes of Montgomeryshire manorial records
The Montgomeryshire Genealogical Society was founded in 1994 to provide a forum for people with family history interests in the historical county of Montgomeryshire and its borders.
The Society is a member of the Federation of Family History Societies and the Association of Family History Societies of Wales.
Its main aim is to help members trace their Montgomeryshire family histories. It also helps members with family connections in Shropshire, Cardiganshire, Denbighshire, Merionethshire and Radnorshire.
About our logo
Cyngen fab Cadell, the last Prince of Powys (the medieval kingdom covering the area from which the county of Montgomeryshire was formed in 1536) died - some say was murdered - on a pilgrimage to Rome in the year 854. Before his death, he had a large stone cross erected in the memory of his great grandfather Eliseg, on which the ancestry of his family is recited. The remnants of the "pillar of Eliseg" stand to this day in the vale of Llangollen, near Valle Crucis abbey. As a genealogical monument, it is unique in the British Isles.
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