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Lady Cecil Rice, Baroness Dynevor (d. 1793), from a portrait by Sir Joshua Reynolds.
References 1 Commissionersí Booklet, 1331. 2 Welsh Port Books (1566-1603). "Document relating to Piracy. 1566." 3 Welsh Port Books (1566-1603). "Documents relating ...
Laques and its Families By Major Francis Jones, C.V.O., T.D., D.L., F.S.A., Wales Herald Extraordinary Just over a mile due west from Llanstephan, the old mansion ...
APPENDIX A Precis of a Particuler of the Laques estate owned by William Lloyd at the time of his death in July 1855 In Llanstephan parish Laques mansion and demesne ...
Letter to the Editor TOLL HOUSE QUEST Sir, Since coming to live in Llandeilo over two years ago, I have become interested in the house formerly known as New Inn situated ...
Letter to the Editor AN UNCOMMON CABMAN Sir, Some time ago I read with interest in one of the issues of The Carmarthenshire Historian an article on the Gwynne Family ...
References 'Fingers of Forsaken Stone: The Story of Glanbran', by E. Vernon Jones, in Vol. IX. Kilvert's note is an interesting confirmation of an oft-told tale. ...
Letter to the Editor 'GOLCH TREFENTY' Sir, Those readers familiar with my contribution on Trefenty in the last issue of The Carmarthenshire Historian may recall that ...
LETTER TO THE EDITOR BAPTIST HISTORIAN Sir, I was interested in the article about Joshua Thomas, the great Baptist historian ( The Carmarthenshire Historian, Vol ...
Letters to the Editor 'LAST POST' Sir, The article entitled "Last Post" in the preceeding issue of Carrnarthenshire Historian (Vol. III, 1966) reminded me of another ...
Letters To The Editor GLANBRAN'S LAST SURVIVOR Sir, I was given a copy of The Carmarthenshire Historian , Vol. IX, for Christmas. I am the last person living that ...
Letter to the Editor 'NOT SO INEPT' Sir, I would like to comment on the note on John Jones (1772-1837) of Derwydd, Llandybie (Vol. viii, 1971, pp. 77-8), where it ...
Footnotes 1 This appraisal is contained in the entry on John Jones included in A Dictionary of Eminent Welshmen by T. R. Roberts, 1908. We are happy to publish another ...
Letters to the Editor SECRET SOCIETY Sir, The other day, in Brecon Library, I came across a slight mention of the Society of Sea-Serjeants, the secret society with ...
References Information has been supplied, but interested readers may feel they would like to communicate with these correspondents. We should be glad to hear of other ...
Letters to the Editor IN PURSUIT OF DROVERS Sir, I should be most grateful for your help over a book that I am preparing on the drove roads of Wales. I should very ...
Letters to the Editor THE WORKHOUSE REMEMBERED Sir, Thank you for the Carmarthenshire Historian. I always find them most interesting. The Workhouse memories of Mr ...
Letters to the Editor CASTLE HILL HOUSE Sir, In Vol. VII of The Carmarthenshire Historian there is an interesting short article about Castle Hill House, Carmarthen ...
Letters to the Editor THE BEST HISTORIAN Sir, Whilst in the remote country churchyard of St. Paulinus at Ystradffin, I observed the following monumental inscription ...
Life in Seventeenth Century Carmarthenshire By MOELWYN WILLIAMS, M.A., PH.D., Keeper of Printed Books, National Library of Wales In the seventeenth century and the ...
Here are some links I found useful during this project: Wikipedia Carmarthenshire section of GENUKI Listings and Extracts from The Carmarthenshire Antiquary (GENUKI ...
Llandeilo Church's Lost Treasure A collection of facsimile copies assembled by the Vicar of Llandeilo Fawr, the Rev. Desmond Price, has revived interest in the famous ...
References Readers may recall that the Gospels of Henry the Lion, Duke of Saxony, done in 1173, were sold at Sotheby's for more than £8,000,000 in December 1983 ...
Llanelli Schools 1800-1870 By NOEL GIBBARD, B.A., B.D. Minister of Beria, Bynea, Llanelli. Although 1800 is the convenient starting point for this study, previous ...
Appendix Following is a list of teachers taken from the Census Returns of 1841 and 1851. Teachers in Llanelli and District, 1841. Name. Age. Address. David Treharne ...
References 1 For the background see: History of Carmarthenshire, ed. J. E. Lloyd, vol. ii, 181-4; "S.L." in a series of articles on Llanelli Schools in The Llanelly ...
Llanpumsaint School (on right) and House (on left), with Willams inset. Since the picture was taken many years ago, the creeper has been removed.
Llwynybrain as it was in 1860
Local Administration in the Rural Areas The Parish as an Administrative Unit. A predominant feature of the development of the Hundred of Carnwyllion throughout the ...
1 Court Leet of Carnwyllion 29th May, 1827-Falcon Inn. 2 Letter of C.W. Nevill to H. Fleming, Poor Law Board, London, 28th September, 1866. 3 Letter of C.W. Nevill ...
Loitering in Guildhall Square, Carmarthen by T.J. Evans, M.B.E. This revered spot in the centre of the ancient borough of Carmarthen is alive with historic associations ...
David Long Price (1833-1898) and Susanne Peel (1839-1905) about the time of their marriage (1868)
Looking at Carmarthenshire Churches By D. L. BAKER-JONES, M.A. Llandysul Grammar School Very few of our ancient churches have survived intact in their original form ...

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