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A Bishop Who Worked In Chaos By E. VERNON JONES A classical historian of high repute who was buried in Westminster Abbey after serving half a life-time as Bishop ...
References 1 Dean A. P. Stanley in his funeral sermon reprinted in the preface to Letters to a Friend (Richatd Burnley Son, London, 1882). 2 According to its transactions ...
A Caballero from Hendy In his last years before he died in 1957 William Samuel Thomas of Llettycaru, Croesyceiliog, Carmarthen set down something of his life-story ...
References 1 The !McKinley Tariff Act, 1890 erected an extremely high protective barrier against imparts into the U.S.A. which had serious effect on the steel and ...
A Champion of Women's Rights By E. Vernon Jones The presence of obstreperous antagonists might easily have turned a harmless situation into an ugly incident at Carmarthen ...
References 1 Roger Fulford, Votes for Women (Faber 1957), p. 143. 2 Girton College Register, according to which the name Holme was originally Hulme. 3 I am indebted ...
A Day in Newcastle Emlyn By Canon D. PARRY-JONES, B.A. Author of Welsh Country Upbringing, etc. SOME few years ago I spent a very enjoyable and profitable day at ...
A Devil Who Cared for His Own. The Dolaucothi Murder Viewed Anew By Susan Beckley, B.A., D.A.A. More than a century ago, John Johnes of Dolaucothi in north Carmarthenshire ...
References 1 History of Caio, by Fred S. Price, 1904. 2 National Library of Wales: Dolaucothi MSS. L 10419. 3 Diary of Charlotte Johnes, Friday 29th December, 1876 ...
A.G. Prys-Jones Titles: Poor Cambriol's Lord Queen Elizabeth Grammar School, Carmarthen
A Home is a House is a Ruin Pictured here is Coalbrook House, Pontyberem, a building dating from the 17th and 18th centuries, with some later alterations. At one ...
A House That Borrow Admired By H. J. LLOYD-JOHNES, O.E.E. (TODO Check name O.E.E.? Home.ChrisJones) Chairman of the Historic Buildings Council for Wales I write ...
A Nash House Vanishes Early in August of this year Llysnewydd, the most imposing survival of John Nash's work in the county, disappeared with explosive suddenness ...
A Novelist Remembered Sixty years ago the Welsh authoress, Allen Raine, died at Bronmor, Tresaith in June 1908 and was buried at neighbouring Penbryn Church. Anne ...
A Patriot From Without By J. F. JONES, B.SC. THIS is the story of a well educated man who was offered an appointment but declined to accept it, yet some years later ...
A Poet Unearthed By D. C. JENKINS Thomas Jenkins, whose poetry is not now remembered, was born in Llandeilo, in 1774, the fifth of nine children of the second marriage ...
References 1 This man, named Marks, was the grandson of Joseph Marks, cooper of Llandyfaelog, and uncle to the painter Henry Stacey Marks, R.A. He went to Poland ...
A Prime Minister's Carmarthenshire Postbag By Roland Thorne, M.A. Among those who wrote from Carmarthenshire to Prime Minister William Pitt the younger it might be ...
References 1 Last of the Vaughans of Golden Grove. Dying without legitimate issue, he left his estates to his friend John Campbell of Stackpole, 1st Baron Cawdor ...
A Saint and His Progeny By E. Vernon Jones IN the summer of 1871 a boat glided pleasantly down the river Tywi from Carmarthen to Llanstephan, bearing with it young ...
References 1 Rev. Dr. Maldwyn L. Edwards writing in Wesley Church, Carmarthen 1861-1961 Centenary Handbook. See also DWB. 2 "He John Wesley could not see among his ...
A Sample of Coercive Landlordism By DAVID W. HOWELL, M.A., PH.D. History Department, University College, Swansea WEBPERMISSION David Howell. Throughout the centuries ...
References 1 R. J. Olney, Lincolnshire Politics 1832-1885 (Oxford, 1973), p. 35. 2 Ibid., pp. 34-5. 3 National Library of Wales (henceforward N.L.W.), Margam and ...
A Tale of a Welsh Tester References in Colonel J. A. Lloyd's article on the early history of Court Henry, published in this volume, serve as reminders of interesting ...
FootNotes 1 Cotehele House (National Trust, 1976), p. 19.
A Victorian Childhood in Carmarthenshire By D. L. BAKER-JONES, J.P., M.A., County Record Office, Carmarthen GEORGE GILBERT TREHERNE TREHERNE, whose childhood re-collections ...
References 1 See my Eglwys Cymmin, the Story of an old Welsh Church, Carmarthen 1918. (p. 43).
Aberglasney's Catalogue of Weal By H. J. LLOYD-JOHNES, O.B.E., F.S.A. Going through some old papers recently, I came across a copy of the Sale Catalogue of Surplus ...
Acknowledgements Thanks are gratefully rendered to the National Trust, by whose kind permission the photograph of the Cotehele bedhead is reproduced on page 81; to ...
Acknowledgement The drawings reproduced on the cover and page 9 were done by Mrs. E. M. Lodwick, Carmarthen, who also prepared for reproduction the illustrations ...
Admiral Sir Thomas Foley By Thomas Lloyd, M. A. Passed without notice was the one hundred and fiftieth anniversary of the death of one of the most distinguished of ...
References 1 See in particular The Red Dragon 1884, Vol. VI, (pp.97 forward and 193 fwd.), upon which much of the material for this article (particularly the quotations ...
Agitator and Champion A political agitator and champion of the under-dog whose activities in Carmarthenshire and elsewhere prompted the Home Office to have him kept ...
References 1 On the front, below the gable window, is the inscription: P. R. M. Anna Dorn. 1697. 2 This stone building still survives at Penpitch on the Laugharne ...
Alan B. Randall Titles: The Education of Young Ladies of Distinction Carmarthen and Merlin the Magician Betsey Thompson Comes to Carmarthen Rural Rides of Long Ago ...
CARMARTHENSHIRE HISTORIANS 1 Alcwyn Caryni Evans 1828-1902 by E. Vernon Jones ON Friday afternoon 14 March 1902 blinds were drawn and shutters raised throughout the ...
References 1 G. Eyre Evans gives Edward Donnard Evans ; see Trans. Carms Ant. Soc., Vol. iv (1908) p.15. But in a holograph of his own pedigree Alcwyn Evans has it ...
ATTACHURL /holgraph1.jpg A holograph note by Alcwyn Evans in his copy of Spurrell's History of Carmarthen.
ATTACHURL /alcwyn.jpg ALCWYN CARYNI EVANS An inscription on the back of the photograph, afterwards coloured, says it was taken when he was 31 years old and painted ...
An Adventurer Who Founded a Grammar School By E. VERNON JONES THE year 1976 marks the fourth centenary of the death of Walter Devereux, first earl of Essex, who died ...
References 1 Ancestor of Princess Alice, Duchess of Gloucester, who is descended through his son John, Earl of Carbery. The Princess's participation in the school ...
An Ancient Story Ends In Ruin Among those houses that have long been landmarks to Carmarthenshire people, but now being menaced by the engines of demolition, is the ...
An Arcadian In Parliament The Rise and Progress of William Williams, M.P. By E. VERNON JONES In 1804 a Carmarthenshire youth of sixteen, encumbered only by a small ...
References 1 Daniel Evans, The Life and Work of William Williams, M.P. (Gomerian Press, Llandyssul. 1939), p. 15. The author of this biography, from which the present ...
An Artist in Peace and War By EIRWEN JONES, B.A. Carey Morris, artist, was born in Llandeilo, the son of Benjamin and Elizabeth Boynes Morris on May 17, 1882. He ...
References While touring Europe, Mrs. E. Eldridge of Wentworthville, New South Wales, Australia made a sentimental pilgrimage to Llandeilo in July 1977 because she ...
An Eighteenth Century Master of Words John Walters, the compiler of an early Welsh dictionary, was a native of Carmarthenshire who was born two hundred and fifty ...
An Erudite 'Squarson' By D. L. BAKER-JONES, J.P., M.A. A hundred years ago William Basil Jones, son of the squire of Gwynfryn in the north of Ceredigion, became Bishop ...
An Historical View of Iscoed By D. Gerald Jones, Q.F.S.M., B.SC. On an eminence, commanding unrestricted views of beautiful Carmarthen Bay and the picturesque village ...
Another Star in Glory By EIRWEN JONES, B .A. (1) It was not the lurch of the dog-cart leaving the Llanfynydd by-way for the wider Towy Valley road that made the boy ...
Anthony H. T. Lewis Titles: The Early Effects of Carmarthenshire's Turnpike Trusts, 1760-1800
Apostle and Benefactor Three and a half centuries ago a mercer's son who was to enrich the lives of his countrymen, though not with silks and fineries, was born in ...
CARMARTHENSHIRE HISTORIANS 9 Arthur Mee, 1860-1926 As is so often the case among those who examine the history of their environment, Arthur Mee was not a native of ...
A Contemporary Engraving of the Assembly Rooms.
Australia's Llandeilo Flag Reference in Vol. XV of The Carmarthenshire Historian at page 42 ('An Artist in Peace and War', by Miss Eirwen Jones) to the flag designed ...
Authors D. L. Baker-Jones Susan Beckley P. K. Crimmin David James Davies Gwilym Evans Michael C. S. Evans T.J. Evans T. L. Evans G. F. Gabb Noel Gibbard Rt. Hon. ...
Ave Atque Vale A Brief Review of the History of the Quarter Sessions in Carmarthenshire By Major Francis Jones, C.V.O., T.D., F.S.A., Wales Herald of Arms Extraordinary ...
References 1 In 1880 it was ordered that the "old mad house" be converted into a police station.

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