• “Welsh Founders of Pennsylvania” by Thomas Allen Glenn – This book is an excellent resource for researching early Welsh settlers in Pennsylvania. Also available on Ancestry.com.
  • Birth, Baptism, Marriage, Death & Burial Records from Non-Parish Sources in the United Kingdom, 1534 to 1865 – This is an excellent resource for records of early settlers who were Methodists, Wesleyans, Baptists, Independents, Protestant Dissenters, Congregationalist, Presbyterians, Unitarians, Quakers (Society of Friends), Dissenters and Russian Orthodox.
  • Burial Record of Merion Meeting Graveyard (1682-1706) – This transcribed record of the burials at the Lower Merion Meeting House is an excellent resource for researching the Welsh in Pennsylvania. The original records are held with the Montgomery Historical Society in Norristown, PA.
  • Christ Church Historical Collections – Christ Church’s historic collections represent its rich heritage, both English and American. Searchable database includes Vestry Minute Books (1717-1815), Baptisms (1709-1900), Marriages (1709-1913), Burials (1709-1900), Pew Rentals (1778-1785).
  • The Records of Gloria Dei Church: Burials 1800-1804 – Reverend Nicolas Collin’s notes on burials at Gloria Dei Church between 1800 and 1804, adapted from his journal.