Powys Family History Society /, Cymdeithas Hanes Teuluoedd Powys
Registered as a UK Charity No. 511785
Powys FHS was founded in 1980 and covers the pre-1974 counties of Breconshire, Radnorshire and Montgomeryshire.
Powys is a county of central Wales, created in 1974, area 5,080 sq km/1,961 sq miles. The main town and administrative headquarters is Llandrindod Wells. The population in 1991 was 117,500, of which approximately 20% are Welsh speaking.
Features include the Brecon Beacons National Park; Black Mountains; the River: Wye and Severn, which both rise on Plynlimon in Dyfed; Lake Vyrnwy, artificial reservoir supplying Liverpool and Birmingham; alternative technology centre near Machynlleth. The main Industries are agriculture, dairy cattle, and sheep.
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Part 1: Breconshire (pages 1 to 4)
Monumental Inscriptions, Census Indexes and Parish Registers for Breconshire
Part 2: Montgomeryshire (pages 5 to 7)
Monumental Inscriptions and Census Indexes for Montgomeryshire
Part 3: Radnorshire (pages 8 to 10)
Monumental Inscriptions, Census Indexes and Parish Registers for Radnorshire
Part 4: Other Publications (page 11)
Wills Transcriptions and Books
Part 5: Membership Subscriptions (page 12)
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