Llandaff North Ecclesiastical Parish Records

Scope and Content

Minutes, service registers, registers of baptisms and marriages and burials, photographs of clergy, other related papers.

Administrative / Biographical History

All Saints' Church, Llandaff North was built in 1890-1891 on land given by Lord Windsor, originally as a chapel-of-ease to Llandaff Cathedral. All Saints Llandaff North became a Conventional District sometime between 1934 and 1939. The church was gutted in 1941 when it was hit by enemy incendaries 2 Jan 1941. In the immediate aftermath the congregation met in various locations including the church Institute, a schooll, Christ Church Ely and Old Radyr Church and then in a temporary church at the north of the district. The church was able to receive a grant under part I of the War Damage Act and restoration by architect Sir Percy Thomas began in 1952. The newly restored church building was completed in 1955. In 1954 the Gabalfa Housing Estate was moved from the Pairsh of Gabalfa into the remit of the Conventional District of Llandaff North. In 1960 the Conventional District was given the status of Parish. In 2014 it was absorbed into the Rectorial Benefice of Whitchurch.


Cronolegol o fewn cyfres / Chronological within record series.

Access Information

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Acquisition Information

Deposited by the Rectorial Benefice of Whitchurch, Sep 2020

Other Finding Aids

A detailed catalogue is available

Physical Characteristics and/or Technical Requirements

Fair condition

Archivist's Note

Compiled by Louise Hunt for Glamorgan Archives.

Conditions Governing Use

Normal Glamorgan Archives conditions apply.

Appraisal Information

Items that do not conform to the GA collection policy have been returned to the depositor.

Custodial History

The records remained in the custody of the depositor until transferred to Glamorgan Archives.


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