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Kentchurch, Kingstone, Llangua, Rowlstone, Ruckhall, Turnastone (Abbeydore Deanery), monumental inscriptions, 1616-1988

Herefordshire Family History Society
Manuscript/Manuscript on Fiche
English
Malvern Wells, England : Herefordshire Family History Society, [1992?]
3 microfiches : ill., maps

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Microfiche copy of original typescript.

Llangua is a parish in the district of Hereford and county of Monmouth.

The locality of Ruckhall is in the parish of Eaton Bishop.

Includes indexes.

Primitive Methodist chapels in Kingstone (later became Wesleyan chapel) and Ruckhall contain brief historical surveys only.

St. Michael and All Angels records contain "A guide to the church and its history; a brief history and guide to Kingstone church, Hereford," by Daphne Coleman, c1986.

No circulation to family history centers.

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