Place:Monmouthshire, Wales

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NameMonmouthshire
Alt namesMonmouthsource: Webster's Geographical Dictionary (1984)
Sir Fynwysource: Wikipedia
TypeHistoric county, Principal area
Coordinates51.833°N 2.75°W
Located inWales
Contained Places
Ancient parish
Aberystruth
Babell
Bedwelty ( - 1996 )
Bwlch-Trewyn
Donewall
Llebenydd
St. Kingsmark
St. Pierre
Tregare
Welsh Bicknor ( - 1974 )
Cemetery
Abersychan ( - 1974 )
Castell-y-Bwch ( - 1997 )
Coed Aughred
Cwmbran ( - 1996 )
Gilwern ( 1974 - )
Pontypool ( - 1996 )
Tintern-Abbey
Varteg ( - 1974 )
District
St. Mellons ( - 1997 )
Hamlet
Caerleon-Ultra-Pontem ( - 1996 )
Castleton ( - 1997 )
Clytha
Craig-y-Master
Dinham
Dixton-Newton
Earleswood Common
Fforest
Hengwrt
Llandevand ( - 1997 )
Llangattock Lingoed
Llangibby
Pen-y-Cae
Peterstone ( - 1997 )
Trelleck-Grange
Inhabited location
Llanarth
Inhabited place
Abergavenny
Abertillery ( - 1996 )
Bedwas ( - 1974 )
Bettws ( - 1997 )
Bettws-Newydd
Bryngwyn
Brynmawr ( - 1974 )
Caerwent
Caldicot
Cefnycrib ( - 1996 )
Chepstow
Christchurch ( - 1997 )
Coedkernew
Crick
Cross Keys ( - 1996 )
Crumlin ( - 1996 )
Cwmcarvan
Cwmffrwdoer ( - 1974 )
Devaudon
Dingestow
Garndiffaith ( - 1997 )
Gellygroes ( - 1974 )
Gilwern
Glascoed
Goldcliff ( - 1997 )
Goytrey
Graig ( - 1997 )
Grosmont
Gwernesney
Henllys ( - 1997 )
Howick
Ifton
Itton
Kemeys-Commander
Langstone ( - 1979 )
Liswerry ( - 1974 )
Llandegveth ( - 1974 )
Llandenny
Llandevenny
Llandgveth
Llandogo
Llanellen
Llanelly
Llanfair Kilgeddin
Llanfoist
Llangattock ( - 1997 )
Llangattock-nigh-Usk
Llangoven
Llangua
Llangwm
Llanhiddel ( - 1974 )
Llanishen
Llanllowell
Llanmartin ( - 1974 )
Llanover
Llanrhymni ( - 1974 )
Llansaintfraed
Llansoy
Llanthewy-Rytherch
Llanthewy-Skirrid
Llanthewy-Vach ( - 1974 )
Llanthony-Abbey
Llantillio-Crossenny
Llantillio-Pertholey
Llantrisant
Llantrissent
Llanvaches ( - 1974 )
Llanvair-Discoed
Llanvapley
Llanvetherine
Llanvihangel Crucorney
Llanvihangel Pont-y-moile ( - 1974 )
Llanvihangel-Llantarnam ( 1179 - 2009 )
Llanvihangel-Tor-Y-Mynydd
Llanvihangel-Ystern-Llewern
Llanvrechva ( - 1974 )
Llanwern ( - 1974 )
Machen ( - 1974 )
Magor
Malpas ( - 1974 )
Mamhilad ( - 1974 )
Marshfield ( - 1974 )
Mathern
May Hill
Michaelstone-y-Vedw ( - 1974 )
Mitchel-Troy
Monkswood
Monmouth
Monnow Over
Mounton
Mynyddyslwyn ( - 1974 )
Nantyglo ( - 1974 )
Nash ( - 1997 )
Newbridge ( - 1974 )
Newchurch
Newport ( - 1996 )
Newton-Wolves
Oldcastle
Pandy
Panteague ( - 1974 )
Penhow
Perthir
Pill-Gwenlly ( - 1974 )
Pont-Llanfraith ( - 1974 )
Pontnewydd ( - 1974 )
Pontrhydyrn ( - 1974 )
Pontymoyle ( - 1974 )
Pontywain ( - 1974 )
Portskewett
Raglan
Redwick ( - 1974 )
Rhymney ( - 1996 )
Risca ( - 1996 )
Rockfield
Rogerstone ( - 1996 )
Roggiett
Saint Arvans
Shire-Newton
Skenfrith
Talywain ( - 1974 )
Tintern Parva
Tredegar ( - 1974 )
Tredunnock
Trelleck
Trinant ( - 1974 )
Trosnant ( - 1974 )
Trostrey
Twyncarno ( - 1974 )
Undy
Usk
Wentsland ( - 1974 )
Whitebrook
Witson ( - 1974 )
Wonastow
Wyesham
Land
Edlogan
Locality
Bigsweir
Parish
Bishton ( - 1997 )
Caldicott
Chapel-Hill
Cwm Tillery ( - 1974 )
Cwmcillyn
Cwmyoy
Gracedieu Park
Gwehellog
Kemeys-Inferior ( - 1997 )
Kilgwrrwg
Llanbaddock
Llanddewi Ysgyryd
Llanfihangel Nigh Usk
Llangattock-Llingoed
Llangattock-Vibon-Avel
Llangeview
Llanhennock ( - 1974 )
Llanvair-Kilgidin
Llanvihangel-Roggiett
Llanvihangel-near-Roggiett
Llanvihangel-nigh-Usk
Llanwenarth
Mamhole ( - 1974 )
Matherne
Penalth
Penmain ( - 1974 )
Penrose
Penterry
Penyclawdd
Rumney ( - 1974 )
St. Arvans Grange
St. Brides-Netherwent
St. Brides-Wentllooge ( - 1974 )
St. Maughans
St. Pierre and Runstone
St. Woollos ( - 1974 )
Whitechurch
Wilerick
Uninhabited hamlet
Portcasseg
Unknown
Coalbrook Vale ( - 1974 )
Parc Lettice
Penycoed
Redcastle
source: Getty Thesaurus of Geographic Names
source: Family History Library Catalog


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Monmouthshire is a county in south east Wales. The name derives from the historic county of Monmouthshire of which it covers the eastern 60%. The largest town is Abergavenny. Other towns and large villages are Caldicot, Chepstow, Monmouth, Magor and Usk.

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