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A History of Cardigan , the Locality and its People  [Those were the Days]

Edited and published by The Cardigan & Tivy-Side Advertiser

From source material supplied by Donald Davies. Vol 1, Ist edition 1991.  ISBN 0-9517607-0-X

Indexed by Gareth Hicks Nov 2000

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Contents Vol I       Contents Vol II       People          Places/businesses/groups/events        Ships         Photographs

 

 

 

Contents Vol I

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Contents

The Changing Face of Cardigan;

  • The great past
  • The ancient dignity of the borough
  • Period of change
  • Town Clock
  • Education
  • Law and order
  • Eating habits
  • Culm mixers
  • Transport
  • Holiday resort
  • Electricity and leisure
  • Modern housing
  • Dear old town

The Eisteddfod and Cardigan

Emigration to the Americas

  • Persecution and poverty
  • New life in a new land
  • Momentous voyage
  • All the mercy of the storm
  • Hiraeth for the homeland
  • Rigours of a Canadian winter
  • Toil, poverty and piety
  • Disaster strikes

It is worth noting that the last section covers 19 pages and is mostly about the voyages, and arrivals,  of the ships Albion, Active and Fair Cambrian carrying  emigrants from West Wales via Cardigan to the Cardigan Settlement of New Brunswick, Canada, in the period 1819-22.

Gareth Hicks 2000

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Contents of Vol II

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Volume II has not ben indexed.

Contents

The Davieses of Newport and Cardigan

  • The founding of a dynasty
  • The hazards of war
  • Emigration to the colonies
  • That pang of "hiraeth"
  • "Hurt one, you hurt the lot"
  • "Master Tom" at the helm

Barley Saturday in Cardigan

Early Sport in Cardigan

  • The Cnapan "battle"
  • Early closing boosts leisure activities
  • The golden era of the "Magpies"

Crime and punishment

  • The dreaded dungeons
  • Transportation for life

Rebecca Riots

  • A kind of Robin Hood
  • The first "Rebecca"
  • Living in fear of retribution
  • "There is no wrong without a remedy"

The Tivyside Gentry

  • A tradition of leadership
  • A sumptuous repast, worthy of the gods
  • Town Mayoralty was a closed shop
  • Upholders of the "defence of the Realm"
  • A hunting we will go
  • Secret struggles and the demise of the mansion

The Whitland and Cardigan Railway

  • John Owen's dream
  • Another avenue of trade
  • From London to Cardigan by rail
  • Financial fiasco
  • The last journey

Gareth Hicks 1999

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People

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See other section for names of business people

---, Elen Cwlwm [culm mixer], ---, 35 ---, Gilbert de Clare, 1110, 6
---, Gurnos[Gorsedd], ---, 53 ---, Marged Ann Cwlwm[culm mixer], ---, 35
---, Rhys ap Gruffydd[Lord Rhys], Cardigan Castle, 1176, 50, 52 ---, Roger of Montgomery, Earl of Shrewsbury, 1093, 6
---, Wil Cwlwm[culm mixer], ---, 35 ---. Eos Morlais[tenor], ---, 1870s, 52
Appleby, ---[railway engineer], ---, 12 Bowen, James[Mayor], ---, 3
Bowen Thomas, Llwyngwair, 1824 ?, 50 Daniel, T M[ironmonger/cycles], ---, 16
Davies, Clara Novello[Madame], Royal Welsh Ladies Choir, 1894, 53 Davies, David, Ship and Bonded Stores, 16
Davies, David, Newcastle Emlyn/New York, 1819, 69 Davies, David, Cardigan Settlement, 1825, 78
Davies, David[mayor], Stanley House, 1887, 22, 23 Davies, Henry F[eisteddfod secy], ---, 1878, 55
Davies, J T[mayor],---, 1942, 57 Davies, John[ship's master], Cardigan, 1819, 62, 63, 69, 74, 75, 76
Davies, Llewelyn[ship's captain], Albion, 1817, 61+ Davies, Owen[choir], Wernycoed/Blaenwenen, 1899, 53
Davies, Thomas, Davieses Shipping Co, 1819, 62, 63, 74 Davies, William[ship's captain], Eliza, 1815, 61
Edge, ---[Mr], Gas works, 1856, 10 Edwards, John, New Brunswick, 1827, 78
Ellis, ---[Captain], Bridge End, 1887, 22 Evans, Edith Rees[Madame],[eisteddfod], Richmond, 1909, 57
Evans, John[mason], ---, 1892?, 23 Evans, John[merchant and ship's master], Cardigan, 1812, 1819, 73
Evans, Tom[eisteddfod winner], ---, 1909, 57 Fisher, Peter, New Brunswick, 1819, 69
George, Evan/Martha, Blaenwaun/New Brunswick, 1822, 74, 76 George, Jonathan, New Brunswick, 1819, 69, 74, 75
Griffiths, William, New Brunswick, 1822, 76 Grosenor, Samuel, New Brunswick, 1819, 69
Harper, ---Mr[eisteddfod field], Pontyclefion, 1899, 53 Harries, W R[eisteddfod secy], ---, 1878, 55
Herring, John [Rev], Bethania, 1824 ?, 50 James, David[Rev], Baptist minister in New Brunswick, 1820, 73, 75, 78
James, W E[guide book], ---, 1898, 53 Jenkin, William, Albion voyage death/Trelech, 1819, 67
Jenkins, Daniel, Pentood, 1812+?, 73 Jenkins, R D[Mayor], Cilbronnau, 1850, 10
Jones, Griffith[quarry owner], Talsarn, 1818, 61 Jones, Herman[eisteddfod crown], Bangor, 1942, 58
Jones, Mary[post mistress], ---, 1844, 4 Jones, Morgan[Rev], Graig/Trelech, 1819, 65
Jones, W R[dep headmaster], Cardigan Grammar School, 1942, 57 Lloyd, David famous tenor], ---, 1942, 58
Lloyd, John, Coedmore, 1764, 18 Lloyd, Oliver[Alderman], ---, 1835 ?, 9
Lloyd, Owen[Col.],---, 3 Lloyd, Thomas D[Sir], Bronwydd, 1866, 50
Lloyd George, David, Eisteddfod 1942, 58 Lockwood, Anthony[Royal Navy and Surveyor General], New Brunswick, 1819, 69, 72
Lucas, David Powell[customs ], Cardigan, 1818, 65 Mathias, J J[photographer], ---, 1899, 53
Mathias, John, Temperence Hall/Pritchard Fach, 1881, 17 Michael, J[choir], Cilgerran, 1909, 57
Miles, Col[Lord of the manor], ---, 25 Miles, Napier[Major], ---, 25
Miles, Robert[Rev][Lord of the manor], ---, 12, 25 Morgan, ---[Captain], Trefere bella, 1865, 15
Morgan, Iona, Albion voyage death/Llangoedmor, 1819, 66 Morgan-Richardson, C E D, ---, 1890 ?, 25, 40, 41
Morris, Ebenezer[Rev], Twr Gwyn, 1819, 65 Morris, Edith[Miss][singer], ---, 1909, 57
Myers, John[ironmonger], ---, 1851, 9 Nash, John[architect, ---, 1798, 18
Owen, William, New Brunswick, 1822, 76 Parry, Joseph[adjudicator], ---, 1870s, 52
Pearson, Thomas[ship's master], Fanny, 1817, 61 Phillips, Dafydd/Elizabeth and Nancy/Benjamin[Rev], Blaenwaun/Cardigan Settlement/New Brunswick, 1822, 74, 75, 76, 77, 78
Phillips, J M[alderman], Bank House, 1892, 24 Phillips, J Rowland[historian], Cilgerran, 1866, 50
Phillips, William[brandy merchant],near Mwldan, 2 Phillips. John[Rev], Trewyddel, 74
Price, Tom[Gorsedd], Merthyr, 53 Rees, ---[ship's captain], Fair Cambrian, 1819, 73
Rees, Tommy[ship's apprentice][Active voyage death], 1822, 77 Richards, J[carpenter], St Dogmaels, 1892?, 23
Richards, Morgan, ---, 16 Richards, Thomas and son/ dau ,[Active voyage death], Blaengwyn, 1822, 75
Richards, Titus, New Brunswick, 1822, 76 Richards, William/Elizabeth, Sgubor Hen, 1822, 74
Richards, William/Mary, Blaenwaun/New Brunswick, 1822, 74, 76, 77, 78 Roberts, William[ship builder], Milford haven, 67
Robinson, ---[Mr], Boncath's traction engine, 13 Sanson, William, New Brunswick, 1822, 76
Saunders, David, New Brunswick, 1822, 76 Sharpe,---Mr[borough surveyor], ---, 1892, 24
Thomas, John [Dr], ---, 1880, 17 Thomas, John[architect], Llechryd, 1875 ?, 25
Thomas, Owen/David/William[singers and ship's captains], Greenfield Sq ?, 53 Thomas, Richard[architect], Roseleigh, 1892 ?, 23
Volk, A J[artist], ---, 1899, 53 Watts, Jones, Fat Ox Hotel?, 24
Williams, Dan[author/eisteddfod secy], ---, 1909, 24, 50, 54 Williams, John[builder], Felingunllo, 1896, 25
Williams, Owen[author./choir master], ---, 1909, 52, 53, 57 Withers, ---Mr[architect], London, 1858, 22
Woodward, William[mayor], brickworks, 1873, 17

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Places/businesses/groups/events

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Street names have only the first page recorded , unless for a significant second reference.

Aberporth, 20, 35, 41 Aberystwyth Road, 22, 44
Aberystwyth, 39 Academies and schools, 1844, 5
Adenwen, 18 Allt y coed, 65
Ammanford Brass Band, 54 Angel Hotel/inn, 4, 50, 73
Ann Wagner school, St Mary's St, 1844, 5 Arthur's Quay, 4
Assizes/Court, 3, 16, 18 Ball Court, 52
Banc-y-Warren, 10 Baptist church/Cardigan Settlement, 76, 78
Bartholomew Gate, 1 Bathhouse, 10, 22
Belmont, 20 Bethania/Welsh Baptist chapel, 1846, 12, 50, 52, 58
Bicycles, 38 Billiard hall, 17
Bingham House/Terrace, 20 Black Lion Hotel/Inn, 4, 24, 38
Blacksmiths, 1844, 4 Blaenannerch, 52
Blaenwaun/St Dogmaels, chapel, 65, 74, 76 Blaenwenen, 52, 53
Board School/Old Bethania [Central Café Bakehouse], 25 Board School/Pendre, 25
Boating Club, 41 Bonded warehouse, 16
Boot and shoemakers, 1844, 4 Bowen Brothers[grocers], Guildhall Sq, c 1900, 46
Boys National School, Bridge St, 1844, 5 Brecon Terrace, 16
Brickworks, 17 Bridell, 28
Bridge End Foundry, 49 Bridge End, 1, 4, 44, 64
Bridge House, 62 Bridge Street, 4
Bridge, 3 British School, 25
Bron-y-dre, 45 Brooklands, 29
Brown, Patrick[merchant], Arthur's Quay, 1844, 5, 68 Brynamman Brass Band, 54
Brynamman choir, 57 Brynamman Territorials Brass Band, 54
Brynhafod, 46 Brynhawel Field, 45, 53
Caernarfon, 65 Capel mair, 58
Cardigan & Tivy-side Advertiser, 50, 53 Cardigan bar, 65
Cardigan Castle, 7, 50 Cardigan Common, 9, 10, 12, 22
Cardigan Company of Volunteers band, 24 Cardigan Mart, 49
Cardigan Mercantile[builders merchants], 17, 49 Cardigan Rd, 44
Cardigan Settlement/New Brunswick, 65, 70, 74, 75, 78 Cardigan Society/New Brunswick, 72
Cardigan Town Council, 7 Carmarthen Journal, 61
Carmarthen, 34, 38 Carriers Lane, 49
Castellan, 6 Castle Pool/St Dogmaels, 64, 74
Castle remains, 3 Catherine's Row, 5, 12
Cemais choir, 53 Cemais Head, 65
Cemetery/Netpool, 17 Charles, Jane- School, Bridge End, 1844, 5
Choirs at 1909 eisteddfod, 54 Cholera, 52
Church Street, 1 Cilgerran Quarries, 53, 62, 64
Cilgerran, 32, 38, 57 Cilrhedyn, 64
Cinema, 43 Clarington, 18
Clay pits, 17 Clydau, 64
Cnwcydintir, 46 Coach service, 38
Coal and culm merchants, 1844, 4 Common Gardens, 35, 44
Constables of the Castle, 6 Corn Market, 10, 22
Corn Trade, 18, 22 Council houses, 44
Council rooms, 10 County Gaol/Pendre, 3, 6, 13, 15, 18, 19, 20, 29, 61
Craigelva, 18 Craiglea, 18
Crymych, 12, 52 Culm/mixers, 31, 34, 35
Curriers, 1844, 5 Cusson,---Miss-establishment, Priory St, 1870, 52
Cwmavon choir, 57 Cwmtawe Brass Band, 54
Cycling Club, 38,39 Cymrugyddion Aberteifi, 50
Daniel, T M[bicycle makers], Priory St, 39, 40 Davies, David[merchant], Bridge End, 1844, 5, 18, 20
Davies, Tom[fishmonger], Cardigan Arms, early C 20, 34 Davieses Shipping Company-Cardigan, 62, 74
Davieses, of Cardigan-Timber merchants, 61 Dicks, R&J [Boot and shoe shop], 3 Priory Street, 1881, 17
Dinas Head, 65 Drefach Velindre Choir, 52
Drill Hall, 49 Dyffryn Nantlle choir, 58
Dyffryn Teifi choir, 53 East Gate, 1
Eben's Lane/Drawbridge/Netpool, 64 Edwards, Thomas[jnr][merchant], Bridge End, 1844, 5
Edwards, Thomas[merchant, Bridge St, 1844, 5 Eglwyswrw, 28
Eisteddfod, 50-59 Electricity, 42
Emigration to the Americas, 61-78 Enclosure, 61
Evans, Samuel Jones [merchant], Mwldan, 1844, 5 Evelyn Terrace, 41
Fair Days and Market Days, 30 Fair ground, 49
Farmer's Arms, 5, 12 Farming, 60, 61
Fat Ox Hotel/Pendre, 24 Feidrhenffordd, 44
Ferwig, 52, 53 Finch's Square, 31, 49
Fire and Office Agencies, 1844, 4 Fishguard, 43, 53, 65
Forrester, James-school, Pwllhai, 1844, 5 Foundries, 16
Frederiction/New Brunswick, 69, 70, 71 Free Grammar School, Pendre, 1844, 5, 22, 25, 43
Gallows, 64 Garw, 57
Gas works, 10 George Davies and Evans-solicitors, Bridge House, present day, 62
Girl's National School, Pendre, 1844, 5 Glanafon Hotel, 49
Gloster Row, 1 Golf Club, 41
Grain Market, 16 Grammar school, 4, 22
Grand Inquest of the Leet Court and Liberties of the Borough, 7 Grangetown, 12, 53
Green St, 32 Greenfield Row, 2, 44, 45
Greenfield Square, 2, 44, 53 Greenland Meadows, 44
Grelstone, 18 Griffiths, D W[grocers], Pendre, 46
Griffiths, E[radio sets], Pendre, 43 Guildhall Square, 1, 20, 22, 29
Guildhall, 10, 22, 53 Gwalia Ford, 38, 39, 40
Gwauncaegurwen Brass Band, 54 Gwbert on sea, 40, 41, 42
Gwbert Rd, 40, 46 GWR, 38, 56
Gwyl Fawr Aberteifi, 59 Hafod, 46
Hairdressers, 1844, 5 Harper, I [Mr-fishmonger], Old Vicarage/Finch's Sq, early C20, 34
Harries, Jonathan-Printer, Dark-Gate/Carmarthen, 1819, 62, 63 Havard, Messrs, Pendre, 16
Haverfordwest, 38 Health Centre/Pendre, 25
High Street, 1, 46, 47 Highbury, 29
Hughes, Dafydd[furniture store], Morgan St, 47 Intermediate school, 25, 53
Inton, 18 James, ---Mr[fishmonger], Pendre, early C20, 34
James, William[ironmonger]/William James -Ford Dealers-Gwalia, High St, 17, 20, 39, 42 Jones, John-Timber Merchants, Carmarthen, 1817, 61
Jones, S T[ironmonger], Old Shire Hall, 18, 43 King Street, 1
Kings Arms/High St, 32 Kinsale harbour/Southern Ireland, 65
Lampeter College, 43 Lampeter, 18
Law courts, 18 Leather cutters, 1844, 5
Leet Court, 7, 9 Lewis, John-school, St Mary St, 1844, 5
Library, 22 List of business types and distribution, 1844, 5, 6
Liverpool, 38 Llanberis, 18
Llandovery College, 43 Llandysul, 43
Llanelli, 44, 53 Llangoedmor, 28, 64
Llangrannog, 35, 41 Llanrhystud, 64
Llechryd, 32 Lloyd, Tom [ bus service], Cawdor Terrace, 1906, 39
Lloyds Bank, 17 London Welsh, 44
Lower Mwldan, 5, 44 Maesglas, 45
Maeshenffordd, 45 Maesyrhaf, 45, 53
Market Cross, 2, 32 Market Lane, 1
Market, 22 Matthias, W E-AMI Mech E, Bridgend Foundry, 40
Mayoral list, 7 McCord's Navigation School, Pendre, 1844, 5
Meat market, 10, 22 Memorial Hospital, 44
Mercantile Quay, 17 Merchants, 1844, 5
Merthyr Tydfil, 32 Miles, Sophie-famous pies, William St, 34
Mineral factory, Pendre, 16 Miramichi/New Brunswick/North America, 61
Misses North school, Strand, 1844, 5 Morgan St, 16
Morgan, George & Son, Carmarthen, 1894 ?, 25 Morris, J J-& Co[Cardigan mart], 49
Motor cars/transport, 39 Moylegrove, 32
Mwldan brook/area, 1, 6, 12, 16 Mwldan Street, 2
Nant-y-ferwig, 40 Nant-y-Moch, 31, 32
Napier Gardens, 44 Napier St, 44, 52
National School/Pontycleifion, 25 Neath, 44
Netpool, 10, 15, 44, 74 New Brunswick/Canada, 61, 62, 67
New Street, 5 New York, 62
Newcastle Emlyn Rd, 44, 46 Newcastle Emlyn, 34, 39, 43, 64
Newport/Pembrokeshire, 62, 64 North and South Wales bank, High St, 1844, 4
North Gate, 1 North Park, 46
North Road Tollgate, 6 North Road, 12, 17
Northgate Terrace, 12 Old Castle, 6, 64
Old Free Grammar School, 10, 22 Old Shire Hall, 16
Parcyrifle/King George V Playing Field, 12, 44, 57 Park Avenue, 44
Pavilion cinema, 43, 44, 57 Penbryn, 28
Pendre, 4, 6, 12, 16,18,19 Penlan Field, 59
Pensarnau, 25 Pentood, 49
Pen-y-parc village, 10 Perth Amboy/New Jersey, 61
Phillips , William -Slaughter and Meat Market, Market Lane, 10 Pinog, 64
Pontycleifion, 1, 44, 49, 52, 53 Poor law , 61
Poor law cottages, 22 Poppit, 41, 65
Port of Cardigan, 15 Porthgain, 38
Post Office, 4 Priory Field, 49
Priory St, 12, 40, 52 Priory Terrace, 12, 44
Priory, 16, 49 Pritchard Arms, 5, 12
Public Buildings, 10, 18, 22, 32 Pwll Cam, 65
Pwll Pensarnau/Victoria Gardens[a well], 10, 12, 19, 20 Pwllhai, 1
Quarter Sessions, 18 Quay Street, 1
Quays, 49 Quebec, 61
Radio, 42 Railway, 41, 49
Rebecca Riots, 12, 28 Rees, W [motor bus], Emlyn Arms/Newcastle Emlyn, 1904, 39
Rees, William[grocers], High St, c 1900, 46 Reeves, 49
Reservoir Pond, 17 Rhos estate, 46
Rhydyfuwch, 44 Ridgeway, 45
Roads, 15 Ropeyard Hill, 44
Rosario Hall, 18 Royal Mail, 36
Royal Welsh Ladies Choir, 53 Rugby football, 43
Saddle and harness makers, 1844, 5 Sallis, James[radio sets], Bridgend, 43
School Rooms/Grammar School, 10 Sewerage system 13
Shelburne/New Cambria, 67 Sheriff, 6
Ship and Bonded Stores, 16, 18 Shipyard, 15
Shire Hall, 9, 18, 19, 32, 34 Shops, 46, 47
Skittle alley, 17 Slaughterhouse, 10, 22
St Dogmaels Abbey, 34 St Dogmaels Rd, 16
St Dogmaels, 32, 35, 64, 65 St George's Channel, 65
St John's/Newfoundland, 65, 67, 68, 69, 75 St Mary's church, 1, 24
St Mary's Lane/Feidr Fair, 13 St Mary's Street, 1, 6, 49
Stanley House, 20 Star Supply Stores/High St, 46
Stepside brook, 17 Strand, 4, 45, 49
Swansea Old Brewery, 18 Tabernacle Methodist chapel, Pendre, 10, 32, 58
Tailors, 1844, 5 Taverns and inns, 1844, 5
Teifi river, 34, 49 Telephone Exchange, 49
Tenby and Begelly Colliery Company, Quay St, 1844, 4 Tenby Rd, 44
Tenby, 39 Theatr Mwldan, 22
Thomas Charles school, Bridgend End, 1844, 5 Thomas, D-the Currier, Pendre, 1866, 17
Thomas, Joshua- school, Castle St, 1844, 5 Thomas, William-the carrier,---, 1852, 32
Town Clock, 22 Town Common, 6
Town Council, 9 Town Hall, 3, 18
Town Wall, 1 Treadmill, 18
Trelech, 64 Tresaith, 41
Turkish bath, 16 Tycroes Brass Band, 54, 57
Typhus, 77 Umsinga, 18
Upper Mwldan, 44 Vernon Smith, G L & Son[furniture store], Old Shire Hall, 18
Verwig, 12, 28 Victoria Arms, 5, 12
Victoria Gardens, 10 Welsh Baptist chapel/Bethania, 12
West Cambrian Electricity Co/shop, 42, 43 West Wales Motor Service, 39
White Hart Inn, 49 Wilkins and Co bank, High St, 1844, 4, 17
Wilkins Brecon Old Bank, High St, 16, 17 Williams St, 12
Wilson, D[Mr-fishmonger], Bridge St/High St, early C20, 34 Wilson, J [radio sets], Pendre, 43
Wolf Gate, 1 Woolworth, F W & Co, 22, 29
Ystalyfera Brass band, 54 Ystalyfera Temperance Brass Band, 54

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Ships

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Active, 69, 74, 75, 76 Adenwen, 18
Albion, 61-69,73 Clarington, 18
Craigelva, 18 Craiglea, 18
Eliza, 61 Fair Cambrian, 70, 73
Fanny-brig, 61 Grelstone, 18
Inton, 18 Llanberis, 18
Majestic liner, 53 Margaret Anne, sloop, 1876, 15
Mayflower, 34 Rosario Hall, 18
Sarah Ann, brigantine, 1865, 15 Teutonic liner, 53
Umsinga, 18

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Photographs

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In order of entry, not alphabetical

John Speed's map of Cardigan 1610, 2 Ship building at the Netpool, 3
Commercial Hotel, 1911, 4 Cardigan Castle, 7
Town Maces, 8 Mayor R D Jenkins [ in group] laying foundation stone of Guildhall 1857, 10
Cardigan Market , early C20, 11 Cardigan Square on Market Day, 12
Cardigan Bridge c 1878 ?, 13 Sailing ships, 14
Sloop being built at Netpool, 14 Part of High St showing Shire Hall, 15
Market Day in Pendre, 16 Entrance to the Gaol, 18
Gaol surrounded by high wall behind brickworks 1868, 19 View of Pendre showing old gaol which could accommodate 47 prisoners, 20
Guildhall Building started in 1858 and completed in 1860, no clock or cannon, 21 Reading of the proclamation of King Edward VII at Guildhall 1902, 21
Guildhall Clock erected 1892, 23 National School with Board School, 26
Cardigan Boys Board School, group, early C20, 26 Opening of Intermediate school 1898, 27
Policeman of the past, 28 Market day in High St early 1900s, 30
John Bull-Burrell show traction engine at Cardigan Fairground in 1920s, 31 Daniel Morgan's Christmas Stall at Cardigan Market late C19, 33
Seine net fishermen on the Teifi estuary, 34 Culm mixing in Pendre, 35
Poster-Stage Coach service 1831, 36 Advertisement for Tivy Motor Garage, 37
T M Daniel's Empress of Cardigan parked in High St 1930s, 38 Members of Cardigan Cycling Club outside the Black Lion 1890s, 39
Arrival of the Ford T model at James Gwalia, 40 C E D Morgan-Richardson, 41
The old Gwbert Inn before it became the Cliff Hotel, 41 Cardigan Ladies at Gwbert early 1900s, 42
Cardigan versus London Welsh 1924 [rugby], 43 Demolition of the Strand, 45
Star Supply Stores 1920, 47 J M Mathias family grocer in Pendre, 48
Cardigan Eisteddfod 1909, 51 Cardigan Ladies Choir, 54
Poster-South Wales Eisteddfod in 1878 at Cardigan, 55 Thousands flocked to Cardigan for 1909 Semi National Eisteddfod, 56
Gwyl Fawr Aberteifi committee 1979, 58 Gorsedd stone arriving at Brondesbury park, Cardigan in 1975, 59
Pavilion of 1976 Royal National Eisteddfod in Cardigan, 59 Bridge House, headquarters of the Davies organisation where Thomas Davies brought up his family, 62
Poster-fast sailing brig [Albion deleted, Active inserted] for America[St John's New Brunswick] from Cardigan, John Davies, Master, 1819, 63 Castle Pool from where the Albion began her epic voyage, 64
Davies Brigs and Snow......at the Netpool, 66 Sign on entering Cardigan Settlement/New Brunswick today, 71
Craft shop at Welsh settlement, New Brunswick, 74 Baptist chapel at Cardigan Settlement/New Brunswick, 77
Tombstone of Welsh settlers at Cardigan/New Brunswick, 78

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