Summary Information

Gwent Archives
Newport Register Office Records
1989 - 2003
0.015 Cubic Metres
Language of Materials note

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Biographical/Historical note

Civil Registration of births,marriages and deaths began in England and Wales on 1 July 1837. all births, marriages and deaths from this date had to be reported to the register office in the district where the event took place.

Caerleon Wesleyan Methodist Church is recorded as erected in 1814.The Cromwell Road (junction with Oakley St) Methodist Chapel, Newport (now demolished) is described as an 'early twentieth century brick built chapel in full gothic style'.

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Scope and Contents note

Registers of marriages 1989-2003

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Administrative Information

Publication Information

 Gwent Archives

Conditions Governing Access note

Please refer to our policy document on closure periods available at

Conditions Governing Use note

Usual copyright conditions apply

Custodial History note

'Closed Marriage Registers' transferred by Newport Register Office held in accordance with Regulation 8(5) of the Marriage Regulations 1952.

Accruals note

Accruals possible

Appraisal note

All records have been retained

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Controlled Access Headings

Corporate Name(s)

  • Newport Register Office.

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Collection Inventory

Registers of Marriages 

 D6479/1 Cromwell Road (junction of Oakley St) Newport, Methodist Chapel Register of Marriages 1989-1993   1.0 vol.

 D6479/2 Caerleon Methodist Chapel Register of Marriages 1992-2003   1.0 vol.

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