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Brecon - Bibliography


Alban, J R. Charters of the borough of Brecon, 1276-1517. Brycheiniog 25 (1992/93), p. 31-55

Anwyl, Edward. The early settlers of Brecon. [London] : Cambrian Archaeological Association, 1903. p. 16-38. Reprinted from Archaeologia Cambrensis, January, 1903.

Archdeaconry of Brecon wills, abstracted by the late E. J. L. Cole (prepared for publication by M. A. Faraday). Transactions of the Radnorshire Society 57, 58 (1987), (1988), p. 26-33, 25-33

Baldwin, F. Brecon & its scenery : tourists handbook to the best walks round Brecon, with complete directions, maps and views. Brecon : printed by Thomas Arthur Davies, 1908. 76p

Barries, D. S. M. The Brecon and Merthyr railway. Oxford : Oakwood Press, 1991. 160p

Bowen, Ivor. A critique on the proper names of the town and county of Brecknock, whether Brecon, Brecknock, Breckenoc or Breknoke. Cardiff : D. Duncan and Sons, South Wales Printing Works, 1891. 18p

Brecon in old photographs. Stroud : Alan Sutton, 1993. 160p

Brecon 900. Brecon 900 : 1093-1993 : ... a celebration of nine centuries. Brecon : Brecon 900, 1993. 46p

Brown, Roger L. A reviving church? : the Archdeaconry of Brecon in the year 1885. Brycheiniog 31 (1998-1999), p. 109-32

Congregational Memorial College, Brecon opened September 16th & 17th, 1869. Liverpool : "Tyst Cymreig" pr, 1870. 90p.

Davies, Dewi. The county goal in Brecon. Brycheiniog 25 (1992-1993), p. 85-92

Davies, Rees. Brecon, Owain Glyn Dwr, and Dafydd Gam. Brycheiniog, 32 (2000), p. 51-60

Dawson, M L. The Black Friars of Brecon. [Frome] : [Printed at St. Aldhelm's Home Press], [ca.1925] 24p

Hembrow, Alison. The Royal Regiment of Wales Museum, Brecon. Brycheiniog, 35 (2003), 9-11

Hughes, Stephen. The Brecon Forest Tramroads : The Archaeology of an Early Railway System. Aberystwyth : Royal Commission on Ancient and Historical Monuments in Wales, 1990. 367p

Jepson, Ursula. The Brecon Ironworks. Brycheiniog, 29 (1996/1997), 47-51.

Jones, A Gareth. The Journal of Mary Gwladys Charles 46, High Street, Brecon 1897-1903. [Cardiff] : A. Gareth Jones, 1988. 91p

Jones, Gareth. The Consistory Court for the Archdeaconry at Brecon. Cronicl Powys. No. 32 (1994), p. 16-17

Jones, Ken. Brecon centenary families. Cronicl Powys, No. 33 (December 1994), 12-17

Jones, Owain W. Links with the past : Swansea & Brecon historical essays. Llandybie : C. Davies, 1974. 274p (Church History)

Jones, Owain W. The Archdeaconry of Brecon. Brycheiniog 22 (1986/87), p. 15-21

Jones, Nansi C. Archdeaconry of Brecon probate records. Aberystwyth : National Library of Wales, 1989. 223p

Kelleher, Bonaventure. Theatre in Brecon in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. Brycheiniog 25 (1992-1993), p. 79-84

Knight, Bernard. The story of Christ College, Brecon. Brecon : The Society of Friends of Christ College, 1978. 49p

Locock, Martin. Bethel Square, Brecon, excavations in the medieval town. Brycheiniog 28 (1995-96), p. 35-79

Morgan, David R. Towards a topography of early Brecon. Brycheiniog 23 (1988/89), p. 23-41

Morgan, Gerald. A note on Brecon probate accounts. Brycheiniog 31 (1998-1999), p. 43-7

Parry, E G. Christ College Brecon : an illustrated history. Brecon : Christ College, 1991. 39p. "Published on the occasion of the school's 450th anniversary"

Parry, Edward G. Brecon: topography and townscape : Part I. Origins and early development, 1093-1521. Brycheiniog 21 1984/85, p. 12-20

Parry, Edward G. The Castle of Brecon Hotel. Brycheiniog 25 (1992/93), p. 97-105

Plowman, Anne M. The regular army in Brecon. Brycheiniog 25 (1992/93), p. 107-113

Poole, Edwin. The people's history of Brecon (town and county). Brecon : printed by H. B. Wheeler, 1876. 136p

Poole, Edwin. The Illustrated History and Biography of Brecknockshire. published in Brecon by the author, 1886. 495p.

Powell, T Glyn. Intermediate to comprehensive : a hundred years of secondary education in retrospect. [Brecon] : [Brecon High School], [1996]. 118p

Pratt, Jermyn. Record of the College of Christ Church in Brecon. London : Joseph Masters, [1846] 24p

Redwood, Pamela. The Games family versus the borough of Brecon, 1589-1606. Brycheiniog 25 (1992-1993), p. 67-77

Redwood, Pamela. Early seventeenth century Mercers in Brecon. Brycheiniog 32 (2000), p. 71-82

Rees, William. The mediaeval lordship of Brecon. London : The Honourable Society of Cymmrodorion, 1917. p. 165-224. Reprinted from Transactions of the Honourable Society of Cymmrodorion, session 1915-16.

Richards, S. Neath and Brecon Railway : Morgannwg. Swansea] : [Ty John Penry], 1977. 24p

The Brecon and Abergavenny Canal : a guide with maps. [Llanover] : [Mr & Mrs D. Horne], [1993?] 28p

Thomas, W S K. Brecon : c.1093-1660 : an illustrated history. Llandysul : Gomer, 1991. 183p

Thomas, W S K. Georgian and Victorian Brecon : portrait of a Welsh county town. Llandysul : Gomer, 1993. 230p

Walker, David. Brecon : the early borough. Brycheiniog 25 (1992-1993), p. 7-14

Williams, Glanmor. Sir John Pryse of Brecon. Brycheiniog 31 (1998-1999), p. 49-63

Williams, James. Brecon and its neighbourhood : containing descriptions of the town, and the roads, rivers, & rails, lakes, waterfalls, mountains, fishing, walks, &c. London : Published at the offices of The Brecon County Time, [19--?] 152p

Williams, John. Walter Williams (1771-1850): coachmaker from Brecon. Cronicl Powys. No. 17 (1987), p. 8-9

Wynne-Jones, T. Wesleyan Methodism in the Brecon Circuit : and introduction of English & Welsh Methodism into the principality : a historical and biographical sketch from 1750 to 1888. Brecon : Edwin Poole, 1888. 128p

Y Gaer : Brecon Roman fort. Borth : Atelier Productions, 1994. 16p