Oystermouth Ecclesiastical Parish

Scope and Content

Church histories, 20th cent.; parish magazines, 1900-1993; photographs of church premises and people connected with the church, 1839-2000; architectural plans, 1857-1982; published material connected with All Saints', 20th century; miscellanea 1883-2000; registers, 1719-1994; churchwardens' papers, 1865-1992; Overseers' accounts, 1834-1886; Vestry and PCC papers, 1920-1990; records relating to church school, 1933; tithe records, 1922-1944; charity papers, 1851-1945; church and parochial affairs, 1942-1992; church and parochial organisations, 1910-1990; miscellaneous papers, 1915-1995.

Administrative / Biographical History

Oystermouth is an ancient parish, which contained the villages of Mumbles, Newton, Norton, Blackpill and Mayals. The church is dedicated to All Saints. The area became increasingly built up during the later 19th century and the 20th century, and new parishes were formed out of Oystermouth parish - Newton was created in 1933 in the south west and Llwynderw was created in 1956 in the north, leaving the central and southern part as the modern parish of Oystermouth. The parish also includes Norton Mission.


Arranged by function and catalogued in date order.

Conditions Governing Access

No restrictions

Other Finding Aids

A hard copy is available at the West Glamorgan Archive Service

Conditions Governing Use

Usual copyright regulations apply.

Appraisal Information

All records received by the West Glamorgan Archive Service have been retained


Accruals are likely.