Gibson, J.S.W. and Medlycott, M.T. Local Census Listings 1522-1930 (2nd ed.), Birmingham, Fed. of Fam. Hist. Soc. (1994) 52 pp. [ISBN 1-872094-75-9]. Extracted are details of local censuses in Wales, listed by county
Clarke, M L. Church Building and Church Restoration in Caernarvonshire during the Nineteenth Century, TCHS, 22, pp. 20-31. 1961
Eglwys Bresbyteraidd Cymru/Cyfarfodydd Misol Sir Gaernarfon. The statistics of the Calvinistic Methodist Church in the County of Carnarvon for the year ending December 31st, 1905. 1907. 10 leaves
Gray, Madeleine. The diocese of Bangor in the late sixteenth century. Journal of the Welsh Ecclesiastical History 5 (1988), p. 31-72
Paget, Clara Lady. Some early British Churches on the north coast of Carnarvonshire. Cambridge : Printed for private circulation, 1897. 36p
Rees, Thomas & John Thomas Hanes Eglwysi Annibynnol Cymru (History of the Welsh Independent Churches), 4 volumes (published 1871+). The CAE section of these books (in Welsh) has been extracted - some with translations
Welsh Church Commission. The statistics of the Nonconformist churches in the County of Carnarvon [sic] for the year ending December 31st, 1905. 1907. 11 leaves
A description of the suspension bridge, erected over the Menai Strait which seperates Anglesey from Carnarvonshire : with calculations of its strength, and weight of materials ; designed by Thomas Telford. Bangor : Printed by P. Paul, 1846. 16p
A guide to the beauties of Anglesey and Carnarvonshire : comprehending particular notices of Beaumaris, Carnarvon, Conway, Snowdon, the Menai Suspension Bridge, Bangor, and every interesting place or object deserving the attention of the tourist. Macclesfield : J. Swinnerton, pr, [c.1830]. 69p
Anon. Alphabetical List of Topographical Prints of Caernarvonshire in the National Library of Wales .TCHS, 12, nos. 606-641. 1951
Beauties of England & Wales; North Wales reproduced on Cd by Archive CD Books. Describes the county, its history & antiquities, and places in great detail. It also contains some exquisite engravings of towns and churches, etc.
Beazley, Elisabeth, North Wales:Caernarvonshire, Anglesey, Denbighshire and Flintshire. Shell Guide . London : Faber & Faber 1971. 151p
Bingley, W. A Tour Around North Wales Performed in the Year 1798. 1800
Burgess, John. Merioneth, Caernarvon and Anglesey : a guide. Carlisle : John Burgess, 2000. 85p
Carnarvonshire Old Turnpike Trust. An abstract account for each district, &c., of the Carnarvonshire Old Turnpike Trust. Carnarvon : Printed by Peter Evans
Cathrall, William. A guide through North Wales; including Anglesey, Caernarvonshire, Denbighshire, Flintshire, Merionethshire, and Mongomeryshire; with the adjacent borders, completing the basin of the River Dee, and the upper basin of the Severn, as far as Shrewsbury. Designed to accompany the ordnance maps. London, E. Stanford, 1860. 334p
Evans, Christmas J. The story of Caernarvonshire. Cardiff : Educational Publishing Co., 1910. The Welsh County series. 200p.
Evans, John. A topographical and historical description of North Wales... Caernarvonshire. London , 1815.
Evans, John .The beauties of England and Wales : or original delineations topographical, historical and descriptive, of each county, embellished with engravings. Vol. 17 part 1, [Cambria, Anglesea or Mona, Arfon or Caernarvonshire, Denbighshire, Flintshire, Montgomeryshire, Meirionethshire,]London : printed for J. Harris, 1812. 959p
Griffiths, E J. Mynd a dod ar benrhyn Llyn. 1985. 28pp
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Paget, Clara Lady. Some ancient stone forts in Carnarvonshire. Cambridge : Printed for private circulation only, 1896. 31p
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Sixteen views in Carnarvonshire with descriptions. London : [published for the compiler], 1850. 14p. Dedicated to the Very Rev. James Henry Cotton, B.D., Dean of Bangor, by his attached kinsman, the compiler. Taken from Views in Wales, c.1830, by Henry Gastineau.
The stranger's guide through the most picturesque scenery of Caernarvonshire, and part of Anglesey : including a full and detailed account of the two tubular bridges, the Conway and Britannia, with directions how to proceed, at the least possible expenses and loss of time. Bangor : W. Shone, 1851. 48p
Sutton' s directory of North Wales comprising the counties of Anglesey, Carnarvon, Denbigh, Flint, Merioneth, and Montgomery, and the City of Chester. Manchester : Looney & Pilling, Letterpress and Lithographic Printers, [1890?]
Thomas, John E. A geographical and geological description of Carnarvonshire : with special reference to its quarries, mines, and mineral products. Cardiff : D. Duncan & Sons, 1874. 77p
Williams, William. A Survey of the Ancient and present State of the County of Caernarvon IV- Cantref Arfon, TCHS, 37, pp. 133-79. 1976
Worrall's directory of North Wales : comprising the counties of Anglesey, Carnarvon, Denbigh, Flint, Merioneth, and Montgomery, with Chester, Shrewsbury, Oswestry, and Aberystwyth. Oldham : John Worrall, 1874.
Porter, Frank. Postal directory of Carnarvonshire and Anglesey : containing classified trade and commercial lists, alphabetically arranged. Liverpool : Rockliff Brothers, 1886.
Sutton, Alfred. Sutton' s directory of North Wales comprising the counties of Anglesey, Carnarvon, Denbigh, Flint, Merioneth, and Montgomery, and the City of Chester. Manchester : Looney & Pilling, Letterpress and Lithographic Printers, [1890?]
Worrall, John. Worrall's directory of North Wales : comprising the counties of Anglesey, Carnarvon, Denbigh, Flint, Merioneth, and Montgomery, with Chester, Shrewsbury, Oswestry, and Aberystwyth. Oldham : John Worrall, 1874.
Pigot's Directories 1822-3 of North Wales, South Wales and Monmouthshire
Pigot's Directory 1828/29 of North Wales
Pigot's Directory 1835 of North Wales
Pigot's Directory 1844 of North Wales
Slater's Directory 1895 of North & Mid Wales
Slaters Directory 1858-1859 of North and South Wales
Griffith, John Edwards. Pedigrees of Anglesey and Carnarvonshire families : with their collateral branches in Denbighshire, Meirionethshire and other parts. Wrexham : Bridge Books, . 3rd ed. 410p
Breese, Edward. Kalendars of Gwynedd : or, Chronological lists of lords-lieutenant, custodes rotulorum, sheriffs, and knights of the shire, for the counties of Anglesey, Caernarvon, and Merioneth, and of the members for the boroughs of Caernarvon and Beaumaris. To which are added lists of the lords presidents of Wales and the constables of the castles of Beaumaris, Caernarvon, Conway, and Harlech. London : J. C. Hotten, 1873. 161p
Carr, Antony D. Madog ap Llywelyn : the revolt of 1294-5 in Caernarfonshire. Transactions of the Caernarvonshire Historical Society 58 (1997), p. 35-46
Cathrall, William. The history of North Wales : comprising a topographical description of the several counties of Anglesey, Caernarvon, Denbigh, Flint, Merioneth, and Montgomery; To which is prefixed, A review of the history of Britain, from the Roman period to the Saxon heptarchy, interspersed with notes biographical and explanatory. Manchester : Printed by J. Gleave and sons, 1828. 2 vols
Dodd, Arthur H. A history of Caernarvonshire 1284-1900. Wrexham : Bridge Books, 1990, c1968. 438p
Evans, Christopher J. The story of Carnarvonshire. Cardiff : Educational Publishing Co., 1910. 200p
Griffith, John Edwards. Portfolio of photographs of the cromlechs of Anglesey and Carnarvonshire : Reproduced in collotype. Bangor : Jarvis & Foster, 1900. 46p
Hubback, David. Time and the Valley: the Past, Present and Future of the Upper Ogwen Valley 1987
Lloyd, John E Sir. Carnarvonshire. Cambridge : University Press, 1911. 171p
Sylvester, Dorothy. A history of Gwynedd : (Anglesey, Caernarvonshire, Merioneth). Chichester : Phillimore, 1983. 144p
Wynne, John. Hanes Sir a Thref Caernarfon. Published by H Humphreys, Caernarfon, 1861.
Williams, William. A vocabulary of familiar dialogues in English and Welsh : containing such questions as may be requisite to English travellers ; to which is added, a sketch of the counties of Anglesey and Carnarvon in both languages. Carnarvon : L.E. Jones, 1829. 60p
Campbell-Jones, Susan. Welsh Sail. Gomer 1976. Here is an index by Mary Jane Stephenson
Bransby, James H. An account of the disastrous wreck of the Newry on the Carnarvonshire coast : during the night of Friday, April 16, 1830, in a letter to a friend. London : Simpkin & Marshall, 1838. 22p
Eames, Aled. Sea power and Sir Caernarfon, 1642-1660. Maritime Wales 22 (2001), p. 36-54
Heaton , P.M. Welsh Shipping - Forgotten Fleets, 1989. Biographical details restricted mainly to owners & managers, and details of ships owned. Here is an index by David Webb
Freeman, Benson F M. Historical records of the Denbighshire Hussars Imperial Yeomanry from their formation in 1795 till 1906 : with notes on the Flintshire, Royal Maylor and Carnarvonshire Yeomanry Corps, and the Ancient British Fencible Cavalry. Wrexham : Woodall, Minshall, Thomas and Co., 1909.246p
Owen, Bryn. The history of the Welsh Militia and Volunteer Corps 1757-1908. 1, ; Anglesey & Caernarfonshire. Caernarfon : Palace Books, 1989. 245p
Retallack, John . The Welsh Guards Foreword by H R H The Prince if Wales.Published (1981) by Frederick Warne (Publishers) Ltd. London. Here is an index by Allen Powell
Roll of casualties reported to the Anglesey and Carnarvonshire Territorial Force Associations, up to 31st October, 1915. Carnarvon : Printed by W. Gwenlyn Evans and Son, [1915?]. 16p
Wilson, H L. Four years : the story of the 5th (Caernarvonshire) Bn Home Guard. 1945
Boyd, James I C. Narrow gauge railways in South Caernarvonshire. Vol.1, ; The Embankment Tramway, The Gorseddau Tramway, The Festiniog & Blaenau Railway, The Merionethshire Railway, The Croesor Tramway, The Bettws-y-Coed & Festiniog Railway, The North Wales Narrow Gauge Railways and The Porthmadoc Beddgelert & South Snowdon Railway . Headington, Oxford : Oakwood Press, 1988. 310p
Boyd, James I C. Narrow gauge railways in North Caernarvonshire. Vol. 2, ; The Penrhyn Quarry Railway. Oxford : Oakwood Press, 1985. 162p
Boyd, James I C. Narrow gauge railways in North Caernarvonshire. Vol.3, ; The Dinorwic quarry and railways, Great Orme tramway and other rail systems. Oxford : Oakwood Press, 1986. 226p
Davies, Walter ( Gwallter Mechain). General view of the agriculture and domestic economy of North Wales : containing the counties of Anglesey, Caernarvon, Denbigh, Flint, Meirionydd, Montgomery. Drawn up and published by order of the Board of Agriculture and Internal Improvement. London : Printed for Richard Phillips; sold by Poole & Broster, Chester; Painter, Wrexham; Eddowes & Wood, Shrewsbury; and by all other booksellers; by B. McMillan, 1810. 510p
Dodd, A H. The Industrial Revolution in North Wales. 1993
Farming in Caernarvonshire around 1800 : being Vaynol MS. 4057, with maps from Vaynol MSS. 4055 and 4056, Caernarvonshire Record Office. Caernarvon : Caernarvonshire Record Office, 1973. 91p
Foster-Smith, J R. The Mines of Anglesey and Caernarvonshire. 1977
Jones, Eric. 'On active service' : the war diary of a Caernarfonshire quarryman. Transactions of the Caernarvonshire Historical 52/53 (1991/92), p. 87-102
Jones, R Merfyn. The North Wales Quarrymen, 1874-1922 UWP 1981
Jones, Peter E. The women's suffrage movement in Caernarfonshire. Transactions of the Caernarvonshire Historical 48 (1987), p. 75-112
The Sheriffs of Carnarvonshire and Merionethshire : Carnarvon municipal affairs; penalties against bribery, corruption, intimidation, or coercion, at municipal elections. Carnarvon : Printed by Josiah Thomas Jones, [18--?] 12p
Report of the proceedings of the fifteenth annual Poor Law Conference for the North Wales District, comprising Flint, Denbigh, Carnarvon, Anglesey, Montgomery, and Merioneth, held at Wrexham ... 20th and 21st September 1899. London : P.S. King and Son, 1899.
Carr, Antony D. The Black Death in Caernarfonshire. Transactions of the Caernarvonshire Historical Society 61 (2000), p. 7-22
Endowed charities (County of Carnarvon) : return to an order of the ... House of Commons ... London : H.M.S.O., 1898. 600p
Jones, G Penrhyn. Cholera in Wales. National Library of Wales journal Vol X/3 Summer 1958.
Jones, O V. The progress of medicine: a history of the Caernarfon and Anglesey Infirmary, 1809-1948. 1984. 313pp
Peate, Iorwerth C. The Welsh HouseA Study in Folk Culture First published in 1940, reprinted by Llanerch Publishers, Felinfach in 2000. ISBN 1 86143 112 0. Here is a review and listing of Contents, Illustrations, Figures and houses/sites mentioned, from the 1940 edition.
Roberts, Glynne. 'Closing the stable door after the horse has bolted' : preventing the spread of smallpox and cholera in Caernarfonshire, 1870-1910. Transactions of the Caernarvonshire Historical 55 (1994), p. 109-28
Rules of the Carnavonshire and Anglesey Infirmary and Dispensary at Bangor : revised corrected and settled at a special meeting of governors held 20th January, 1893. Bangor : J. R. Brown, 1893. 25p