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H. J. Lloyd-Johnes Titles: A House That Borrow Admired Aberglasney's Catalogue of Weal
One of Henry's Headings
Heol Ddu, showing the two dwellings
Hermione Jennings Acknowledgment. The illustration of Hermione Jennings on page 28 above is taken from a conté drawing kindly made available by her granddaughter ...
Highlights For those readers on a time budget I've collected some highlights from The Carmarthenshire Historian , in no particular order: Miss Nightingale Grieves ...
Should the Historian be publicly editable? To add comments to this debate login as user TWikiGuest with password guest . COMMENT{type "below"} Anyone can edit wikipedia ...
Letter's to the Editor should addresses of contributors to "Letter's to the Editor" be published? To add comments to this debate login as user TWikiGuest with password ...
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Who owns the Historian's copyright? Ideas: Carmarthenshire Community Council Carmarthenshire Community Council, Local History Committee Individual essay Authors Carmathenshire ...
Carmarthenshire Local History Magazine Contents: HistoryOfTheMynyddMawr History of the Mynydd Mawr Loitering in Guildhall Square, Carmarthen Poor Cambriol's Lord ...
The Carmarthenshire Historian Edited by E. Vernon Jones Published by Carmarthenshire Community Council Being the Journal of its Local History Committee Dark Gate ...
The Carmarthenshire Historian Edited by E. Vernon Jones Published by Carmarthenshire Community Council Being the Journal of its Local History Committee Dark Gate ...
The Carmarthenshire Historian Edited by E. Vernon Jones Published by Dyfed Rural Council Dark Gate Chambers, Red Street, Carmarthen 1975 Contents: Pantglas and the ...
The Carmarthenshire Historian Edited by E. Vernon Jones Published by Dyfed Rural Council Dark Gate Chambers, Red Street, Carmarthen 1976 Contents: A Victorian Childhood ...
The Carmarthenshire Historian Edited by E. Vernon Jones Published by Dyfed Rural Council Dark Gate Chambers, Red Street, Carmarthen 1977 Contents: Life in Seventeenth ...
The Carmarthenshire Historian Edited by E. Vernon Jones Published by Dyfed Rural Council Dark Gate Chambers, Red Street, Carmarthen 1978 Contents: 'To Supply the ...
The Carmarthenshire Historian Edited by E. Vernon Jones Published by Dyfed Rural Council Dark Gate Chambers, Red Street, Carmarthen 1979 ISSN 0576-7849 Contents: ...
The Carmarthenshire Historian Edited by E. Vernon Jones Published by Dyfed Rural Council Dark Gate Chambers, Red Street, Carmarthen 1980 ISSN 0576—7849 Contents: ...
COVER — The reproduced print shows the east front of Newton House, otherwise known as Dynevor Castle, after alterations carried out in 1720.
The Carmarthenshire Historian Edited by E. Vernon Jones Published by Dyfed Rural Council Dark Gate Chambers, Red Street, Carmarthen ISSN 0576—7849 Contents: Betsey ...
The illustration shows Carmarthen County Gaol, demolished in 1938, as it appeared after alterations, which included the blocking up of the pedestrian entrance, replaced ...
The Carmarthenshire Historian Edited by E. Vernon Jones Published by Dyfed Rural Council Dark Gate Chambers, Red Street, Carmarthen 1982 ISSN 0576—7849 Contents: ...
Cover. The illustration is reproduced from a drawing by Ferryside artist Gordon Stuart.
Carmarthenshire Local History Edited by Fred J. Morgan, B.A. Published on behalf of the Carmarthenshire Community Council. Contents: Editorial Madam Bevan Queen Elizabeth ...
The Carmarthenshire Historian Volume XX Edited by E. Vernon Jones Published by Dyfed Association of Voluntary Services 11-12 King Street, Carmarthen 1985 ISSN 0576 ...
The Carmarthenshire Historian Edited by E. Vernon Jones Published by Carmarthenshire Community Council Being the Journal of its Local History Committee 16a Guildhall ...
The Carmarthenshire Historian Edited by E. Vernon Jones Published by Carmarthenshire Community Council Being the Journal of its Local History Committee 16a Guildhall ...
The Carmarthenshire Historian Edited by E. Vernon Jones Published by Carmarthenshire Community Council Being the Journal of its Local History Committee 16a Guildhall ...
The Carmarthenshire Historian Edited by E. Vernon Jones Published by Carmarthenshire Community Council Being the Journal of its Local History Committee 16a Guildhall ...
The Carmarthenshire Historian Edited by E. Vernon Jones Published by Carmarthenshire Community Council Being the Journal of its Local History Committee 16a Guildhall ...
The Carmarthenshire Historian Edited by E. Vernon Jones Published by Carmarthenshire Community Council Being the Journal of its Local History Committee Dark Gate ...
The Carmarthenshire Historian Edited by E. Vernon Jones Published by Carmarthenshire Community Council Being the Journal of its Local History Committee Dark Gate ...
History of the Mynydd Mawr by Huw Owen, Hons. History Student, Aberystwyth U.C.W. Research into the history of one's local area will immediately prove its value to ...
Holiday Trains in 1865 The railways of the nineteenth century were a major factor in the development of the holiday industry and resorts like Weston-super-mare owed ...
House of Famous Memory A house with a famous association that has been left to deteriorate for many years is Iscoed, Ferryside from whence General Sir Thomas Picton ...
How Ganymede Came to Carmarthen By T. L. EVANS, B.A. The railway came to Carmarthen on 17th September 1852, but the earliest railway company in Carmarthenshire was ...
CARMARTHENSHIRE HISTORIANS 12 Hugh Carleton Tierney 1842-1920 Like so many others, Hugh Carleton Tierney was a stranger who delved into the history of a new domicile ...
Huw Owen Titles: History of the Mynydd Mawr
Huw Walters Titles: Sin-eating in the Amman Valley

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