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"LLANELLY (LLAN-ELLI), an incorporated sea-port and market town, a parish, and the head of a union, in the hundred of CARNAWLLON, county of CARMARTHEN, SOUTH MILES, 15 miles (S.E. by S.) from Carmarthen, on the road to Swansea, and 216 (W. by N.) from London; containing 11,155 inhabitants, of which number, 7123 are in the borough hamlet. This place, which appears to be of great antiquity, derives its name from its church being dedicated to St. Elliw . . . the TOWN is situated on the northern bank of the Loughor river , , , and though formerly described as a small and insignificant place, inhabited chiefly by sailors and persons employed in the adjacent coal-mines, has, from the convenience of its situation on a navigable river, and from the richness of the mineral productions of its vicinity in iron, coal, and limestone, risen into manufacturing and commercial importance, and is still rising rapidly in population and extent. . . Respectable houses have been erected in almost every direction; as also have numerous others of inferior character, which are occupied as soon as they can be finished. . . The parish . . . contains about twenty thousand acres, and is divided into five hamlets, called the Borough, Berwick, Glyn, Hengoed, and Westoac; about one third part of the land is arable, under the cultivation of wheat, barley, oats, and potatoes, and the remainder pasture and wood . . . there was a chapel in each of the five hamlets into which the parish is divided: of these, the chapel in the borough, the only one remaining entire, at present forms the chancel of the parish church . . . There are three places of worship for Baptists, and one each for Independents and Calvinistic and Wesleyan Methodists." [From A Topographical Dictionary of Wales (S. Lewis, 1844).]

Archives and Libraries

Beckley, Susan. Focus on Llanelli: A selection of documentary sources relating to the Llanelli area available at the Carmarthenshire Record Office. Dyfed Family History Journal 2/6 (1987), p. 172-4


Buckley, W. Kemmis. Industrial Disputes. Carmarthenshire Antiquary 22 (1986), p. 82-6 [Buckley, James, 1770-1839. Letters.]

Davies, Conway. Mrs Bridget Jones, widow lady of Llanelly. Carmarthenshire Antiquary 32 (1996), p. 36-41

John, Tabitha Tabitha: the story of a Llanelli character, Gwerin (1979) 118 p.

James Griffiths and his times, Ferndale, Wales, Labour Party Wales, Maddock (1976) 119 p., [12] p. of plates, ill. [James Griffiths (1987-1975) - book commissioned by The Labour Party Wales and the Llanelli Constituency Labour party]

Business and Commerce Records

Details of extant records on Archives Network Wales for the following;


Monumental inscriptions for Bethania Chapel, Upper Tumble, and for Bethesda Chapel, Ponthenry, are available on microfiche from Dyfed FHS.


Dyfed FHS publishes an index to the 1851 census on microfiche.

The PRO has street indexes for Llanelli for the 1881 and the 1891 census.

Church History

The Methodist Church - Llanelli and Carmarthen Circuit

See John Ball's site Welsh Churches and Chapels Collection for a photograph/data re Holy Trinity Church, Felinfoel

LLANELLY, All Saints 1872-1875  - on the Church plans online site ;    LLANELLY, Christ Church   1884-1887    - on the Church plans online site

LLANELLY, St. Alban   1910-1912  -  on the Church plans online site;    LLANELLY, St. Elli   1844-1846   -  on the Church plans online site

LLANELLY, St. Paul  1848-1851     -  on the Church plans online site ;    LLANELLY, St. Peter   1864-1869      -  on the Church plans online site

DAFEN, St. Michael & All Angels   1872-1874   - on the Church plans online site

Some church and chapel data from The Religious census of 1851 : A Calendar of the returns relating to Wales, Vol 1, South Wales. Ed. by   I.G Jones, & D. Williams. UWP,   Cardiff, 1976. The names are those of the informants


Parish entry for Llanelly from The Welsh Church Year Book, 1929 (Cd by (Archive CD Books)).

Parish entry for Llanelly, St Paul from The Welsh Church Year Book, 1929 (Cd by (Archive CD Books)).

Parish entry for Llanelly, Christ Church from The Welsh Church Year Book, 1929 (Cd by (Archive CD Books)).

Parish entry for St Ishmael's with Llansaint and Ferryside from The Welsh Church Year Book, 1929 (Cd by (Archive CD Books)).

Parish entry for Felinfoel from The Welsh Church Year Book, 1929 (Cd by (Archive CD Books)).

Parish entry for Pontyates from The Welsh Church Year Book, 1929 (Cd by (Archive CD Books)).

The parish church is dedicated to St. Elli. Later churches are All Saints (registers from 1874), Christ Church (registers from 1887), St Alban (registers from 1912), and St. David (registers from 1890).

Capel-Ifan was an ancient chapel in this parish, later used by Methodists, until late 1830s.

Edwards, John (ed.) Footprints of faith: aspects of the origins and growth of Christianity in the Llanelli area, (Llanelli, 1990), 86p.

Evans, J. Wyn; Gibbard, Noel; Loader, Maurice, and Edwards, John. Footprints of faith: aspects of the origins and growth of Christianity in the Llanelli area. Llanelli: Llanelli Borough Council, [1991] vii, 86p: ill(some col.), facsims, maps, ports; 21cm. [ISBN 0906821142 (pbk)]

Loader, Maurice. The roots of the Llanelli Independent churches, 1662-1827. Typescript, 11p.

Mee, A. Llanelly Parish Church: its history and records, with notes relating to the town, Llanelly, South Wales Press (1888).Contains Copy Marriages for St Elli (1685-1837)

Llanelly Parish and its churches, British Publishing Co (1962) 15 p., ill.

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Church Records

Dyfed FHS have photographs and data relating to various churches and chapels on their site

Parish registers: Christenings (1684-1923), Marriages (1684-1971), Banns (1754-1940) and Burials (1684-1930) are at the Carmarthenshire Record Office.

Copy ts PR M index (1687-1837) at Carm.RO

Copy Marriages (1685-1837) in A Mee, Llanelly Parish Church [1888]

Bishops' Transcripts, covering the period (1686, 1703, 1711, ?1718, 1724-8, 1730-2, 1735-1800, 1802-55, 1862-89) are at the National Library of Wales, and have been microfilmed by the LDS.

Marriage index for this parish - see Dyfed Marriages, 1813-1837, Vol. 19 - Carnwallon Hundred (Dyfed Family History Society, c1989).

See Bap/Mar/Bur data on FreeReg for;-

Nonconformist Chapels - see separate database

All Saints [formed out of St Elli]
Christenings (1874-1927) Marriages (1874-1974) Burials (1878-94, 1930-53) at Carm.RO

Christchurch [formed out of St Paul 1912]
Christenings (1898-1954) Marriages (1887-1973) Banns (1893-1961) at Carm.RO

Dafen [formed out of Llanelli 1879]
Christenings (1874-1947) Marriages (1874-1959) Banns (1874-1963) at Carm.RO     Burials (1878-) with incumbent

Felin-Foel [formed out of Llanelli 1879]
Christenings (1858-1948) Marriages (1858-1976)  Banns (1858-1963  Burials (1858-1956) at Carm RO

Llwynhendy [formed out of Dafen]
Christenings (1882-1946), Marriages (1939-71) at Carm.RO

Pontyates/Pont-Iets [formed out of Llangendeirne and Llanelli]
Christenings (1872-1945), Marriages (1858-1970) at Carm.RO

Pontyberem [Capel Ifan] [An ancient chapel in the parish of Llanelli apparently restored by the Methodists for their own use in the eighteenth century, repossessed by the Church in the 1830s. The new church consecrated in 1894]
PR C (1839-1922) recorded in 1933 apparently lost.
Christenings (1921-48) Marriages (1838-1971) Burials (1835-1932) at Carm.RO

St Alban [formed out of St Elli]
Christenings (1912-65) Marriages (1915-70) at Carm.RO

St David [formed out of Christ Church]
Christenings (1898-1951) Marriages (1901-70) Banns (1901-66) at Carm.RO

St John [formed out of St Paul]
Christenings (1898-1940) Marriages (1889-1968) at Carm.RO

St Paul [formed out of St Elli 1846]
Christenings (1850-1945) Marriages (1851-1970) Burials (1851-1901) at Carm.RO

St Peter [formed out of St Paul]
Christenings (1898-1953) Marriages (1880-1981) at Carm.RO

Description and Travel

The Religious census of 1851 : A Calendar of the returns relating to Wales, Vol 1, South Wales., byJones, I.G. & Williams, D.   UWP,   Cardiff, 1976.  These statistics for this parish are extracted from this book which in turn got them from the 1851 census itself;

Places, villages, farms etc within Llanelli as shown on the online parish map from the CD of  Historic Parishes of England and Wales: an Electronic Map of Boundaries before 1850 with a Gazetteer and Metadata [computer file]. (Kain, R.J.P., Oliver, R.R.). (Extracted by Gareth Hicks)


Cripps, Brian. Llanelli Slawer Dydd (Llanelli of Yesteryear). ISBN 1 85902 722 9.  Gomer site intro;
"Ever since their first publication, picture postcards of Llanelli and the surrounding area have been sold in vast numbers. They were often the work of gifted local pioneers of photography and are nowadays an invaluable record of everyday life, work and culture in the twentieth century. This volume contains a variety of fascinating scenes, accompanied by interesting snippets of Llanelli's history, and particular regard is given to the visits made to Llanelli by the National Eisteddfod in 1903, 1930 and 1962. "

Llanelli official town guide ... Bridgend: Kenrich Publications, 1992, v: ill(some col.), facsims, maps; 21cm.

Llanelli Town Council site

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Hunt, E.C. Directory and Topography for the Cities of Gloucester and Bristol: and the towns of Carmarthen, Kidwelly, Laugharne, Llanelly, and St. Clears [etc.]., London, B.W. Gardiner (1849) iv, 558 p.

James Davies & Co's Llanelly Directory and Local Guide including All Villages Adjacent To Llanelly. (September 1897) 202p.

Llanelly. 1892 trade directory , lists all street names and people who lived there, also their occupations. Most of the book is about the shops, pubs, hotels and other bodies such as football teams, tennis clubs and so on.There is a short history of Llanelly and  various  people who lived in the area

Pigot & Co. South Wales Directory for 1830. Here are Extracts relating to Llanelli and neighbourhood

Pigot & Co. South Wales Directory for 1844. Here are Extracts relating to Llanelli with Loughor, Pembrey, Burry Port and Neighbourhoods

Emigration and Immigration

Aubrey, John. Moses and Rachel Harry from "Sir Gar" to Aotearoa.[New Zealand]. Dyfed FHS journal Vol 6/7, Aug 1999, p 272-278. The CMN parishes involved are Llanelli, Llangennech,and  Llanddarog.


Carmarthenshire Families

Details of extant records on Archives Network Wales for the following;

Held at Carmarthen Archives;


Davies, Byron. William Rees, the younger, Squire of Gelly Estate. Dyfed FHS Journal 5 (Dec 1996) p.318.

Davies, Byron. Llandafen Farm. Dyfed FHS Journal 6 (Dec 1998) p.195. [Hugh and Howell families] with footnote in Vol 6/6 Apr 1999, p 223.The growth of a district, east of Llanelli, is illustrated through the owners and tenants of Llandafen farm in the 19th century.

Davies, Byron. A Llanelli Connection. Dyfed FHS journal, Vol7/7 April 2002.The article focuses on a David Powell and his family.

Davies, Byron. Messrs Phillips, Nunes and Smith, the Pioneers. [of Dafen tinplate works]. Dyfed FHS journal  Vol6/6 Apr 1999, p 219-222.

Davies, Byron. The John Years. Dyfed FHS journal Vol7/5 Aug 2001, p 184-188. Outlining the  John family involvment in the start of Felinfoel Brewery in 1878, the formation of the Dafen Brick Manufacturing Company in 1909, and the Dafen Tinplate and Galvanizing Company in 1927

Davies, Byron.  Lizzie Soho.   Dyfed FHS journal vol 9/1, Dec 2005.

Evans, Esmor. Rolfe y Cipar [Rolfe the Gamekeeper].(Robert Rolfe 1820-96) Dyfed FHS journal Vol 6/8 Dec 1999, p 319-320

Evans, Ken D. Virginia voyage: a 17th-century Welsh adventurer. [John Jenkins of Pwll]. Dyfed Family History Journal 4 (1992), p. 111-14. [John Family of Pwll, Llanelli]

Lewis, Brenda. Cilymaenllwyd. Amrywiaeth Llanelli Miscellany (1986), p. 10-12. Refers to the Rees family of Plas Cilymaenllwyd near Pwll, Llanelli

Martin, Marion.  Titus Jones of Llanfihangel-ar-arth.  Second Stages in Researching Welsh Ancestry. Edited by John & Sheila Rowlands. FFHS, 1999. (NB. -  the article is about genealogy in Cwmfelin. The title is perhaps misleading in that Titus Jones, while born in Llanfihangel ar Arth, moved to Cwmfelin, near Llanelli, when young and there is minimal reference to Llanfihangel ar Arth parish in the article)

O'Driscoll, Jean. On the trail of the Hughes/Hugh family: pilots of Llanelli. Dyfed Family History Journal 5 (1994), p. 22-6. This article contains a list of licences granted by Llanelli Pilots Committee in 1832 & 1833

O'Driscoll, Jean. Life and the Anthonys. Dyfed FHS journal Vol 6/2, Dec 1997, p 68/71

Ungoed-Thomas, Jasper. Sarah Ungoed's Bible. Dyfed FHS journal, Vol 7/7, April 2002. Sarah Ungoed was a native of Llanelli and lived in the period 1827-1887.


What It Was like in 1888? by David and Brian Randell .What were elections like more than 100 years ago? David Randell, Solicitor, was elected MP for 'Llanelly' in 1888, this article describes the event and  may be of interest to students of politics today.

There are historical snippets relating to this parish on Not everyone knows this  

A History of Bynea and Llwynhendy . Compiled and published in 2000  by the Bynea and Llwynhendy Local History Group.(Joint authors - the group). These are two adjacent villages about 2 miles east of Llanelli. Includes 270 pages of photographs and articles on all aspects of the area's history. Also has Street and Trade directories and the 1891 census for the area.

Ap Hugh. The History of the Gwendraeth Valley. (1873). (Trans. from the original Welsh by Ivor Griffiths, Gorseinon.) Here is an index by Elizabeth Rees

Bowen, David. The History of Llanelli. (1856). (Trans. from the original Welsh by Ivor Griffiths, Gorseinon.) Here is an Index by Elizabeth Rees

Bowen, James Lane, and Bowen, David. The history of Llanelly, Carmarthenshire. Llanelly: D. Williams & Son, 1886. 46p; 17cm.

Craig, R S & Robert P. Jones &  & M V Symons. The Industrial and Maritime History of Llanelli and Bury Port 1750-2000. Llanelli 2002

Cripps, Brian. Llanelli postcards of yesteryear. Llandysul: Gomer, 1994. x, 102p: ill, map, ports; 19x23cm. [ISBN 185902193X]

Cripps, Brian. Llanelli slawer dydd (Llanelli of yesteryear). Llandysul: Gwasg Gomer, 1999. xi, 123 p.: chiefly ill., facsims., map, ports.; 18x23 cm. [ISBN 1859027229 (pbk.)]

Davies, Byron. Glanmorfa Foundry and Engineering Company Ltd. CMN C.C, 2000. The company's foundries in the Seaside district of the town were an integral part of the industrial life of Llanelli for over 100 years until 1979.

Davies, Byron. Dafen Recollections. 130 photographs of people, village and tin works. Llanelli B.C., 1996.  p369

Davies, Byron. Machynys (South Llanelli)- brief extracts from its history. Dyfed FHS journal, Vol 8/1, Dec 2002.

Davies, R.W. Old Llanelly: Hen Lanelli, Llandysul, Gomer (1985) [100] p., ill., map. [ISBN: 0863831397] [Picture postcards, 1904-1933]

Edwards, J. Remembrance of a riot: the story of the Llanelli railway strike riots of 1911, [Llanelli, Wales], Llanelli Borough Council (1988) x, 237 p., ill., ports. [ISBN: 090682107X]

Edwards, John. Tinopolis: aspects of Llanelli's tinplate trade. Llanelli: Llanelli Borough Council, 1995. ix, 216p, [5]p of plates: ill(some col), maps, ports; 27cm. [ISBN 0906821258]

Geary, Roger. Tonypandy and Llanelli revisited. Llafur 4/4 (1987), p. 34-45. [Relates to the Riots]

Griffiths, David F. A history of Llanelli Borough Council. Llanelli: Llanelli Borough Council, 1996. xxiii, 197p: ill(some col), coats of arms, facsims, maps, ports; 28cm. [ISBN 0906821274]

Harragan, Bob. The history of Llanelli Cricket Club. Llanelli: Llanelli Borough Council, 1990. vii, 296p: ill (some col), ports; 27cm. [ISBN 0906821126]

Harvard, Harding. Tinopolis. Amrywiaeth Llanelli Miscellany 7 (1992), p. 31-4

Hopkin, Deian.  The Llanelli Riots 1911    (NLW's site)  Welsh History Review 11

Hornsey, Brian. Ninety years of cinema in LLanelli. Stamford: Fuchsiaprint, [1997?] 16p: ill; 21cm. [ISBN 1873969961 (pbk)]

Hughes, G. A Llanelli Chronicle, Llanelli, Llanelli Borough Council (1984) 502p.

Hughes, G. The Scarlets: a history of Llanelli Rugby Football Club, [Llanelli], Llanelli Borough Council: Llanelli Rugby Football Club (1986) viii, 260 p., ill. (some col.) [ISBN: 0906821053]

Hughes, Gareth & Pugh, Robert. Llanelly pottery. Llanelli: Llanelli Borough Council, 1990. xv, 144p: ill (chiefly col); 24cm. [ISBN 0906821134]

Innes, J., (Ed.). Old Llanelly, Cardiff, Western Mail (1902).

Kemmis Buckley, W.  Some Aspects of Early Nonconformity and Early Commerce in Llanelli. The Carmarthenshire Antiquary, 1970, Vol vi

Lloyd, Sir John E., (Ed.). A History of Carmarthenshire (2 vols.), Cardiff, London Carmarthenshire Society (1935, 1939). Extracts from this book can be accessed on some parish pages, see here for this parish

Mee, A. Carmarthenshire notes: volumes 1, 2 and 3, 1889, 1890 and 1891, Camarthen, Cedric Chivers for Carmarthen County Council Cultural (1997) 1 v. (various pagings): p., ill. [ISBN: 086075104X] [Facsim. repr. of works originally published as separate vols: Llanelly: James Davies & Co.]

Owen, D. Huw. Cwm Gwendraeth a Llanelli (The Gwendraeth Valley and Llanelli). Llanelli: Cyngor Bwrdeisdref Llanelli, 1989. [29]p., [36]p. of plates: ill(some col.), facsims., maps, ports; 21cm. [ISBN 0906821096 (pbk)]

Owen-Jones, Sheila. Women in the tinplate industry: Llanelli, 1930-1950. Oral History 15/1 (1987), p. 42-49

Symons, M. V. Coal mining in the Llanelli area. Vol. 1. 16th century to 1829 Llanelli: Llanelli Borough Council, 1979. xx, 371p, fold plate: ill, geneal tables, maps, ports; 24cm. [ISBN 0906821002], contains enormous amount of genealogical material, both of gentry and other families.

Williams, W. Braslun o Hanes Bethlehem, Pwll, Llanelli (A Brief History of Bethlehem, Pool, Llanelli, Llanelli, Tom Griffiths a'i fab (1934).

Images of Llanelli, Derby, Breedon (1999) 200 p., ill. [ISBN: 1859831834]

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Land and Property

Symons, M. V. The Chambers family and the Stepney Estate. In Amrywiaeth Llanelli Miscellany (1988), p. 20-4

Documents at the National Library of Wales:

Details of extant records on Archives Network Wales for the following;


Merchant Marine

Details of extant records on Archives Network Wales for the following;

Held at Carmarthen Archives;


Craig, R. W.H. Nevill and the Llanelly Iron Shipping Company, National Library of Wales Journal, vol. 9, no. 3, (1958) pp.266-280.

Craig, R. The Emergence of a Shipowning Community at Llanelly, 1800-1850, The Carmarthen Antiquary, vol. 3, no. 1, (1959) pp.17-26.

Craig, R. The 1860s at Llanelli - a Dynamic Decade for Trade and Shipping, Carmarthenshire Antiquary, vol. 23, (1987) pp.41-55.

Craig, R. S. Owned here but never seen here: Llanelli's big sailing ships. Amrywiaeth Llanelli Miscellany 9 (1994-95), p. 5-13

Morris, Ray. Ships at Llanelly on 6th April 1891. Dyfed FHS journal, Vol7/5 Aug 2001. Extracts from the census return for the ships and crew in each of  the several Llanelly docks that night.


The Llanelly Guardian; Llanelli Library has a very detailed card index  to it (believed to start  in 1869)

Details of extant records on Archives Network Wales for the following;


Details of extant records on Archives Network Wales for the following;



Bridge, Brian       Guest and Dewsberry: a contribution to the history of Llanelli Pottery  Minerva vol 12  2004    Welsh Journals Online 

Coal Mining in the Llanelli Area: Vol. One: 16th century to 1829. 1979 Llanelli Borough Council.

Davies, Byron. The Tinplater. [Includes a glossary of tinplate taken from Tinopolis by John Edwards of Llanelli] Dyfed FHS journal Vol. 6/3, April 1998.

Edwards, J. [ed]. Tinopolis--- Aspects of Llanelli's Tinplate Trade. Llanelli, 1995

Greenlaw, Joanna. Swansea clocks: watch and clockmakers of Swansea and district (Llanelli, Llandeilo, Neath). [Swansea]: Joanna Greenlaw, 1997. 123p, [12]p of plates: ill (some col.), facsims, maps, ports; 25cm. [ISBN 0953154904].

Morris, J H & L J Williams. R J Nevill and the Early Welsh Coal Trade. National Library of Wales journal. 1957, Summer Volume X/1.

Symons, J.V. Coal mining in the Llanelli Area - Years of Growth, 1800-1864. In Modern South Wales: Essays in Economic history, ed. C. Baber and L. J. Wiliams, Cardiff, University of Wales Press, (1986).

Symons, Malcolm. People in Mining and Metals: The Llanelli Area, 1841-71.   Second Stages in Researching Welsh Ancestry. Edited by John & Sheila Rowlands. FFHS, 1999

Symons, M V. Coal Mining in the Llanelli area, 16th century to 1829. Llanelli, 1979

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Public Records

Details of extant records on Archives Network Wales for the following;

Held at Carmarthen Archives;


Held at Carmarthen Archives;


Evans, W. Gareth. Education and the needs of an industrial community: decision-making in Victorian Llanelli. Carmarthenshire Antiquary 28 (1992), p. 71-8

Jones, Eluned. Their hard-earned pennies. Llanelli: Llanelli Borough Council, 1990. 171p: ill (some col.); 21cm. Notes Originally published: Llandybie: Christopher Davies, 1982. [ISBN 090682110X (pbk)]

Jones, E. Eu ceiniogau prin, Llandybie, C. Davies (1982) 157 p., ill., facsims., ports. [Market Street Junior School (Llanelli) History].

Sadler, Isobel. Cradled in copper: the story of Copperworks Infant/Nursery School Llanelli: 150 years 1847 to 1997. [Carmarthen]: Carmarthenshire County Council, 1997. vi, 104p: ill(some col), facsims, geneal table, maps, ports; 26cm. [ISBN 0906821290]

Smith, D. Centenary commemorative booklet = Llyfryn dathlu'r canmlwyddiant: 1895-1995, Llanelli, Graig Comprehensive School (1995) 66 p., 6 p. of plates: p., ill., ports.

Ward, A.H. The Beginnings of Intermediate Technical Education for Boys in Llanelli. The Carmarthenshire Antiquary VIII (1972) pp.101-130. [p106: The opening ceremony of the new Intermediate School was held on 21 Sept 1897, attended by Mr. David Randall M.P.]

Social Life and Customs

Anthony, Ilid. Social life in Llanelli in the eighteenth century, with special reference to Llanelli House. In Amrywiaeth Llanelli Miscellany (1989), p. 1-8

Edwards, J. and Lewis, B. Amrywiaeth Llanelli ; Llanelli miscellany: the fifth publication of work by members and associates of the W.E.A. in Llanelli, Llanelli, Workers' Educational Association, Llanelli (1990) vii, 60 p., ill., ports.


Llanelli Community Heritage -"..... the society's main aim is to consolidate the work of local historians in preserving historic buildings and structures and to promote the community's rich heritage"


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