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Canon D. Parry-Jones The Carmarthenshire Historian deeply regrets to record the death of the Rev. Canon Daniel Parry-Jones which occurred at his home in Newport, ...
Carey Morris, a Self Portrait.
Carmarthen and Merlin the Magician By ALAN B. RANDALL, B.SC. (ECON.), M.R.T.P.I. WEBPERMISSION Alan B. Randall Among the characters of early romance few have held ...
References 1 Trevelyan, M. The Land of Arthur, John Hogg, London 1895. 2 Jarman, A. O. H. The Legend of Merlin, University of Wales Press, Cardiff 1960. Jarman, A ...
A view of Carmarthen from the south-west, from a drawing by Betsey Thompson circa 1839.
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Carnawllon, Commote of Uncertain Name By D. GERALD JONES, O.B.E., B.SC. The Celts, who began to occupy Britain nearly 2,500 years ago, were organised in small kingdoms ...
'Change and Decay....' The old church at Llanybri, familiarly known as Yr Hen Gapel, is fast falling into decay and lack of money may mean that it will not survive ...
Corporal Davies Goes to War Letters Tell of Crimean Campaign by Major Francis Jones, C.V.O., T.D., D.L. Wales Herald Extraordinary County Archivist of Carmarthenshire ...
References 1 Acorn-cups used in tanning, dyeing and making ink.
Ancient windows at Court Henry, blocked up during alterations to the house.
The illustration, which shows Quay Street, Carmarthen early in this century, is taken from an engraving by W. Jones, Principal of Carmarthen School of Art from a ...
The illustration, which shows the wine and spirit stores of Mrs. Catherine Bright and her Half Moon Hotel at the corner of Blue Street and Dark Gate, Carmarthen, ...
Crumbling Home of Ironmasters A familiar Carmarthen building that may disappear is Furnace House in St Peter's Street, which in recent years has been used as a community ...
Cwm (Coomb): A Carmarthenshire House and its Families By Major Francis Jones, C.V.O., T.D. Wales Herald Extraordinary In The Annals and Antiquities of the Counties ...
APPENDIX A (Coomb : December 10th, 1767) An Inventory taken of the house furniture, plate, etc., belonging to Gwynn Davies, Esq., deceased. Approved by Richard Davies ...
References 1 See my essay, 'The Squires of Hawksbrook' in Trans. Cymmr. 1937. 2 In the south-west of England, where Celtic names have survived, coombe has been in ...
CWM AS IT WAS An artist's impression from a sketch in an 18th century map.
Cwmgwili and Its Families By Major FRANCIS JONES, C.V.O., T.D., D.L., F.S.A., Wales Herald of Arms Extraordinary Some time after I came to live in the county town ...
Cwmgwili and Its Families PART II By Major FRANCIS JONES, C.V.O., T.D., D.L., F.S.A., Wales Herald of Arms Extraordinary The story of Cwmgwili the house that overlooks ...
References 54 NLW. Cwmgwili DD, No. 113. 55 Ibid, No. 178. 56 CRO. Cwmgwili MSS, No. 450. The attitude of R. J. Llwyd is of particular interest when we recall that ...
Referenes 1 NLW. Cwmgwili MSS, No. 81. 2 Carms. Record Office, Cwmgwili MSS, Nos. 823, 825. 3 NLW. MS 7283C. 4 Dwnn, Heraldic Visitations, i, 171. 5 Printed in Arch ...

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