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"LLANRWST, a parish and market town in the hundred of Isdulas, county Denbigh, and hundred of Nant-Conway, county Carnarvon, 10 miles S. of Conway, 16 S.W. of Denbigh, and 218 from London. The Conway and Llanrwst branch of the Chester and Holyhead railway has its terminus here. It is situated on the river Conway, which is here crossed by a steep bridge of three arches, built under the direction of Inigo Jones about 1636. The parish includes 7 townships, Garth-Garmon and Tre-ydre being among the principal." [From The National Gazetteer of Great Britain and Ireland (1868) - Transcribed by Colin Hinson ©2003]
Brown, Colin. Clockmakers of Llanrwst : pre-industrial clockmaking in a Welsh market town.Wrexham : Bridge Books, 1993. 277p
Douglas Pennant, E H. Farms with a long history : [Tai-hirion and Tai-duon, Llanrwst]. Country Quest 30/10 (1990), p. 34-5
Heywood, Abel. A guide to Llanrwst and Bettws-y-coed : with notices of Capel Curig and Trefriw. Manchester : Heywood, [c1878] 16p
Hugh-Jones, Edward M. Hugh Jones, 1815-1897 : rector of Llanrwst, Archdeacon of St. Asaph. [Wootton by Woodstock, Oxford] : E. M. Hugh-Jones, 1989. 12 sheets
Llanrwst town guide = Arweinlyfr tref Llanrwst. [Llanrwst] : [Llanrwst Town Council], [1988?]
Llanrwst Urban District, the official guide. Gloucester : British Publishing Co., 
North Wales (northern section) : Llandudno, Colwyn Bay, Rhyl, Conway, Penmaenmawr, Bangor, Anglesey, Betws-y-Coed, Llanrwst, Capel Curig, Caernarvon, etc. London : Ward Lock, 1979. 192p
Tucker, Norman. St. Grwst's Church, Llanrwst, 1470-1970. [Llanrwst] : [St. Grwst's Church], [1970?] 15p
Tucker, Norman. Llanrwst : the history of a market town. Ashbourne : Landmark, 2002. 111p
Vernon, Robert W. Conservation of mining sites in the Gwydyr Forest area of the Snowdonia National Park, [with special reference to Llanrwst Mine scheme]. Industrial Archaeology Review 12 (1989), p. 77-83
Wicklen, S I. History of printers and printing in Llanrwst. Conwy : Cader Idris Books,  30p
Williams, Eric. Ffarmio fel a fu [Carmel, Llanrwst]. Fferm a Thyddyn 8 (1991), p. 22-4
Williams, V. Atgofion am gylch Llanrwst a'r Dyffryn. Fferm a Thyddyn 20 (1997), p. 17-18
Williams, V. Atgofion am ardal Carmel, Llanrwst. Fferm a Thyddyn 23 (1999), p. 8
Williams, William. Ancient and historic Llanrwst : from the Henar Manuscripts etc. 1863 ?. 12p
Details of extant records on Archives Network Wales for the following;
Joyce Hinde has supplied a list of Parish Registers held at the Caernarfon Area Record Office.
Capel Bethel, Melin-y-Coed, Llanrwst, cofysgrifau (records) 1933-1940 - details of extant records on Archives Network Wales "Adeiladwyd y Capel ym 1827 ym Melin-y-Coed, ym mhlwyf Llanrwst, Sir Ddinbych. Codwyd y capel hwn mewn ymateb i lwyddiant yr Ysgol Sul yn yr ardal a ddechreuodd oddeutu 1793."
Pont Llanrwst - on the Madog.org site
Llanrwst Railway station - on Wikipedia
Plas Tirion, Llanrwst - on the People's Collection Wales site "Plas Tirion, near Llanrwst, is a 16th century two-storey house, originally constructed of rubble with slate roofs and tall stone chimney stacks.........."
Soflan, Llanrwst - on the People's Collection Wales site "Soflan farmhouse, Llanrwst, was built in the early 17th century ....." Llanrwst Inclosure Book (Photocopy) [copy of original dating from 1812-1828] - details of extant records on Archives Network Wales
Gwynedd Family History Society have a diagram of the ecclesiastical parishes of Caernarfonshire (under Publications) - with some links to photographs of parish churches
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