|Contributions||Lister, G. A.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||16|
Source details: (Book) The Church of Saint Mary Beddgelert: built on the site of the old Augustinian Priory Jones, H.A. and Lister, G.A. (Banbury , and ) Sites linked to this source. Beddgelert Priory, Gwynedd. Source details: (Book) A Guide to the Priory and Parish Church of St Mary Beddgelert, Gwynedd Bott, Alan, and Dunn, Margaret (Godalming, Surrey ) Sites linked to this source. Beddgelert . The Priory & Parish Church St Mary Beddgelert; The Priory & Parish Church St Mary Beddgelert. £ Book condition. This book is brand new. Book details Paperback: pages Publisher: Coastline Publications Language: English ISBN: Book description. ONLY ONE COPY AVAILABLE!! Unread but A shelf wear casualty with some light. St Mary Church Street Beddgelert CAERNARFON LL55 4YA. Visit parish website. Churches nearby.
?id= Latitude: II Group of Three Railed Tombs in the churchyard of St Mary's Church Within the walled churchyard, to the NE of the chancel. II Tegfan Beddgelert II Llewelyn Cottage (also known as Ty Isaf) Prominently-sited at the southern end of Beddgelert Bridge, within the village centre; set behind a narrow section of cobbling. II Clydfan Beddgelert. St Mary, Beddgelert. St Mary Church Street Beddgelert. St Mary, Garn Dolbenmaen. St Mary GARN DOLBENMAEN LL51 9RQ. St Michael, Treflys. St Michael Treflys PORTHMADOG LL52 0PP. II Field Barn at Llanfair Farm Situated on the summit of a knoll some m SW of Llanfair Hall and some m E of the Church of Saint Mary at Llanfair-is-gaer. II Milestone on A Situated approximately halfway between Caernarfon and Y Felinheli, on the SE side of the A and opposite the entrance to Griffiths Cross Industrial Estate.
Here is the entry from this book for Beddgelert chapel (in Welsh) - with translation by Eleri Rowlands (June ) Various items - on the People's Collection Wales site. CYSSEGR INDEPENDENT CHAPEL, BEDDGELERT ; St. Mary, Beddgelert, Carnarvonshire. The Parish Church of St Mary is set within its own walled churchyard in the centre of the village of Beddgelert, Gwynedd, North Wales. The church site is traditionally regarded as one of the oldest religious foundations in Wales. A very pretty little church nestled in the mountain village of Beddgelert. There have been Christians worshipping on the site since the 7th century. The present building had been built by as the priory church of Valley St Mary. When Henry VIII dissolved the priory in , it became the parish church of Beddgelert. St Mary, Beddgelert This little church was once subject to the Order of Cistercians, who dedicated their churches to St Mary (Santes Mair in Welsh, hence the many places called Llanfair) and there are lead mines in the area/5(9).