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The chancel was restored in the Early English style by Sir Gilbert Scott, but the east window is Decorated, and contains good stained glass; the choir-stalls are Perpendicular; a reredos and a bishop's throne were added by Scott.It contains monuments of a bishop of the 14th century, Bishop Luxmoore, Dean Shipley, and Mrs Hemans.The County Archivists have stated that they do not expect that there will be any major movement of records between the two Record Offices.
LL30 2RS Tel: 01492 574010/20 E-mail: llandudno[at]conwy.gov[dot]uk Conwy Archive Access Point, Colwyn Bay Library, Woodland Road West, Colwyn Bay, Conwy.It was formerly called Llanelwy, from its position on the Elwy; it takes the name of St Asaph from the second bishop of its see; and the eminence on which it stands is called Bryn-Paulin, from having been the site of the camp of the Roman general Paulinus on his way to Mona. R.,and a post office under Rhyl; and it is the head of a poor-law union and county court district, and a place of petty sessions; but it ranks as a city solely on account of its being the seat of a bishopric, and is practically a village, consisting of little more than a single street A five-arched bridge spans the Elwy, and another good bridge spans the Clwyd. The cathedral stands on the summit of the eminence, and is a cruciform structure, with central, low, square, embattled tower.It has a station on the Vale of Clwyd branch of the L. The episcopal palace stands a little W of the cathedral, overlooking the Elwy, and is a large edifice, partly rebuilt by Bishop Carey. The parish church stands at the foot of the eminence, and is a small edifice of the time of Henry VIII., without a tower; it was restored in 1872. The first church, built in the 6th century, was wooden, and was several times destroyed by fire.Fortunately, family historians have been little affected by these changes; because throughout the short lifetime of the county of Clwyd, records for historic Denbighshire remained at the Ruthin branch of the Clwyd Record Office, while records for historic Flintshire remained at the Hawarden branch.These two offices have now become the county Record Offices for "new" Denbighshire and "new" Flintshire respectively.