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Cathy’s farmA fascinating short documentary on the late Miss Catherine Sainsbury’s Alpaca farm at Ty Mawr, Glascoed (2007), reflecting on how the village is changing also.

Llanbadoc Community council web-siteMainly concerned with present day Glascoed and the surrounding villages, although there is a fair bit of interest, including a page on the village and some interesting local walks with maps and historical references. Worth a good browse in general though, since there is other relevant info included.


My family web site was, until early 2018. I have decided to incorporate that site into this Glascoed website, mainly by merging my family database with the Glascoed Names database. It will save me a lot of duplicated work and allow me to concentrate my efforts in one place. You’ll then be able to see all my deceased ancestors - there’s a strong Glascoed presence among them!.

The Commonwealth War Graves Commission Records of service casualties since the Great War.

Monmouthshire Ancestors

Mike John published a huge amount of information on Monmouthshire families, was instrumental in the MONFH Yahoo Group and helped many people over 15 years or so to make progress with their family histories. This genealogical information is unfortunately no longer all online, although the Mongenes group has published much of this information and more subsequently.

Monmouthshire Genes: “Mongenes”: A Monmouthshire group is now operating and many ex-MONFH group members have joined this. A very friendly, helpful and knowledgeable bunch with varied interests in Monmouthshire families. There is a main website with a searchable database and a Yahoo discussion forum are both highly recommended.

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