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Fingers of Forsaken Stone The Story of Glanbran By E. Vernon Jones For more than forty years the ruins of Glanbran have caught the eye of travellers between Llandovery ...
References 1 Pedigrees of the Gwynnes of Glanbran are given in W. Wales Hist. Rec., vol. i, pp 74-5 (reprint from Peniarth MS, No. 156, National Library of Wales ...
Llangwm Fisherwoman, a portrait by Carey Morris.
Five Roads School (Reproduced from Architect's drawings, 1862. CRO, Educ. 262)
ADMIRAL SIR THOMAS FOLEY 'A sketch taken from Beechey's portrait reproduced in The Red Dragon 1884, Vol. VI'
Forgotten Author's Centenary After a life of little more than forty years, a Carmarthen man died in London a hundred years ago. His life and work were to earn a place ...
CARMARTHENSHIRE HISTORIANS 8 Francis Green, 1853-1942 Francis Green, genealogist and local historian, was born an eldest son on 15th December 1853 1 in St. Mary Street ...
References 1 Thus the birth registration, whereas the year of his birth is erroneously given as 1854 in Y Bywgraffiadur Cymreig, 1941-50 and Who's Who in Wales (Cardiff ...
Fred J. Morgan Titles: Volume 1 Editorial Volume 2 Editorial

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