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R. O. Roberts Titles: Before It's Forgotten
From the topic SamuelPepysCockerell: The Tenby public baths were Cockerell's first and last public building in Wales and he accepted no further commissions here. The ...
View from the South. October 1968. View from the North. October 1968.
Rent Roll of Carmarthen Corporation 1678 By Major FRANCIS JONES , C.V.O., T.D., F.S.A., Wales Herald Extraordinary AMONG Lord Dynevor's family muniments preserved ...
References 1 This Welsh custom of distinguishing people by their trade, habitation, etc, occurs again in 1728 when the post-master of Carmarthen, living in Priory ...
References 1 He may have been the Nathaniel Morgan, Town Sheriff 1697, Mayor 1711.
Reprieve for Georgian House Furnace House in St. Peter's Street, Carmarthen, the threatened demolition of which was reported in Vol. VI of The Carmarthenshire Historian ...
REVIEW Book: God Bless The Prince of Wales Author: Major Francis Jones Reviewer: E.V.J (Carmarthenshire Community Council, 7s. 6d.) The Investiture is now a vivacious ...
REVIEW Booklet: Llangunnor Author: Major Francis Jones Reviewer: E.V. Jones (Editor) The St Cynnwr Society. Price 5s. By a fortunate conjunction in the literary firmament ...
REVIEW Book: The Story of Carmarthen Authors: By Joyce and Victor Lodwick Reviewer: Editor V. G. Lodwick Sons Ltd., Carmarthen. 2.40 It is a pleasure to give a new ...
National Library of Wales DR. RICHARD PRICE
Richard Tibbot, Itinerant Preacher By GOMER M. ROBERTS, M.A., President of the Calvinistic Methodist Historical Society Richard Tibbot (1719-98) was a native of Llanbryn ...
References 1 Probably Pinged, about 2 miles north-west of Pen-bre. 2 Maes Gwenllian, on the eastern bank of Gwendraeth Fach, near Cydweli, the home of Edward King ...
Roland Thorne Titles: A Prime Minister's Carmarthenshire Postbag
Rt. Hon. James Griffiths Titles: Glo Carreg
Rural Rides of Long Ago By A. B. Randall, B.Sc. (Econ.) In 1762, just two years before he died, the Rev. Thomas Price, former rector of Merthyr Tydfil, spent eight ...
References See 'Fingers of Forsaken Stone: The Story of Glanbran', The Carmarthenshire Historian, vol. IX, 1972.

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