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 The Story of the Parish of Llanfihangel Abercywyn

 by Conrad Evans

1975

This is an index compiled by Gail Thomas (Aug 2010)

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People

---, ---Abbot of Whitland, 101

---, Anne, dr. of Jakes John alias Good Ale, Meidrum, 1750, 171

---, Aymer Earl of Pembroke [Lord of the Manor of Oysterlow], 1297, 34

---, Bernard Bishop of St David's, 1126, 28

---, Ben y Gof, Bancyfelin, 24

---, Betsy'r Felin, 1897, 51

---, Cadwgan [Welsh prince], 1093, 20

---, Calixtus II Pope, 52

---, Caradog ap Gruffydd [ruler of Morgannwg], 1081, 16

---, Catherine the Great, 87

---, Charles of Bala, 78, 83

---, Charles I King, 69

---, Charles II King, 1673, 32

---, Cynan ap Howel [Lord of Oysterlow Manor], 1231, 34

---, David Bishop of St David's, 1147-76, 28

---, David ap John Adams [Beadle of Oysterlow Manor], 1514-15, 35

---, David Fitz Gerald Bishop of St David's [Lord of Oysterlow Manor], 1147-76, 28, 34

---, Dewi Saint, 15

---, Dinah'r Black Lion, 1840s, 73

---, Dingle [charcoal burner], 1766, 171

---, Distinnic, 15

---, Dorothy Countess of Northumberland [Lord of Oysterlow Manor], 1605, 35

---, Dorothy Lady [sister of Robert earl of Essex], 30

---, Edward III King, 1351, 100

---, Edward VI King, 122

---, Edward ap Llewelyn [Beadle of Oysterlow Manor], 1545-46, 35

---, Elizabeth I Queen, 30, 104, 120

---, Emma [daughter of Maurice William], 1672, 46

---, Eni [Clergyman], Meidrum/Llanfihangel Abercywyn, 1250, 66

---, Eynon ap Llewelyn [Beadle of Oysterlow Manor], 1543-44, 35

---, Galileo [astronomer], 1609, 30, 31

---, Gerald of Windsor, 1109, 20

---, Giraldus, 24

---, Gr. ap David ap Ho. [Beadle of Oysterlow Manor], 1516-17, 35

---, Gruffydd ap Rhys, 20

---, Henry III King, 1197, 28

---, Henry VI King, 1447-54, 35, 100

---, Henry VIII King, 37, 38

---, Howel [son of Iduard], 1197, 36

---, Humphrey Duke of Gloucester [Lord of Oysterlow Manor], 1435, 35

---, Hywel Dda, 910-950, 27, 100

---, H(ywel) [son of Rees, late Prince of South Wales], 1197, 36

---, Iorwerth [Gervase] Bishop of St David's [Lord of Oysterlow Manor], 1223, 28, 34

---, James I King, 29, 31, 105

---, James II King, 159

---, 'Jmah' [pig drover], 1842, 143

---, John [son of John de Hastings/Lord of Oysterlow Manor], 1378, 35

---, John King, 1197-1214, 28, 100

---, John Lewes ap John [Overseer of the Poor], 1579, 35

---, John of Osterlo [Canon], 1126, 28, 36

---, John Powell ap Eeuan of Llanyhangell, 1592, 171

---, Jonet V'gh Philipp [widow, daughter of Philipp ap Meredith], Mydrem, 1565, 166

---, Lewis ap Hoel [Clergyman], Meidrum/Llanfihangel Abercywyn, 1497, 66

---, Lewis Glyn Cothi, 25

---, Llywelyn ap Gruffydd, 1282, 29

---, Llywelyn ap Llywelyn ap Gwilym [Beadle of Oysterlow Manor], 1479-80, 35

---, Maelgwyn [son of Lord Rhys/Lord of Oysterlow Manor], 1222, 28, 34

---, Marefudd [Welsh chief], 1240, 29

---, Margaret [wife of Henry VI/Lord of Oysterlow Manor], 1454, 35

---, Mary [daughter of Richard Rees], Llanfihangel Abercywyn, 1672, 47

---, Meredudd ap Rhys Gryg [Lord of the Oysterlow Manor], 1240, 34

---, Mihangel Saint, 15

---, Nest [wife of Gerald of Windsor], 1109, 20

---, Nicholas IV Pope, 1291, 37

---, Owain [son of Cadwgan], 1093, 20

---, Pegy Bronscawen [Methodist], c1859, 76

---, P(eter) [Bishop of St David's], 1197, 36

---, Philip [son of Rees], 1197, 36

---, Philip ap Jankyn [Beadle of Oysterlow Manor], 1500-01, 35

---, Philip ap Madoc [Beadle of Oysterlow Manor], 1395-96, 35

---, Philipp ap Meredith, Mydrem, 1565, 166

---, Php.ap Evan Harry, 16th c, 105

---, Rheinallt [Bard], 1913, 164, 165

---, Rees [Prince of South Wales], 1197, 36

---, Rhys ap Gruffydd [The Lord Rhys/Lord of Oysterlow Manor], 1171, 28, 34. 100

---, Rhys ap Meredudd [Lord of the Manor of Oysterlow], 1285, 34

---, Rice [son of William Evan Fowrd], Llanfihangel Abercywyn, 1672, 46

---, Richard [Earl of Carberry], 1650, 32

---, Robert [Earl of Essex], 30

---, Robert ap Cydifor, 16

---, Tāf[local historian], 152, 162

---, Teilo Saint, 15

---, Thomas [son of John Joseph], Llanfihangel Abercywyn, 1672, 47

---, Thomas ap Jevan, Oysterlow, early 17th c, 104

---, Twm Top, 1889, 51

---, Victoria Queen, 1888, 173

---, William III King, 17

---, William and Mary, 159

---, William ap Jankyn Ab Ieuan Ap Hywel [Beadle of Oysterlow Manor], 1450-51, 35

Agricultural Society Carmarthenshire, 113

Andrews, William Humphrey [Overseer of the Poor], Llwyndrissi, 1887, 35

Archaelogia Cambrensis, 56

Association for the South, 1926, 78

Bacon, --- [author], 1786, 38

Baily, Frances, 1619, 106

Baily, Henry [mercer], Laugharne, 17thc, 106

Baily, Sarah [descendent of Hugh Bayly], 106

Baines, William [forger], 1818, 113

Bancyfelin Agricultural and Horticultural Show, 173

Bancyfelin Eisteddfod, 174

Bank of England, 113-115

Bartlett, A J Rev [Vicar], Llandeilo, 1939, 65

Bassett, D A and M G [authors], 19

Bayly, Frances [daughter of Hugh Bayly], Mydrym, 1619, 106, 166

Bayly, Hugh [yeoman], Mydrym, 1619, 106, 166

Beaven, John, Asgood, 1661, 108

Bedford, ---Duke, 35, 104

Bedo, Howell [yeoman], Mydrem, 1565, 166

Bevan, ---Madam, 1764-77, 90,106

Bevan, ---Mr, 1670, 109

Bevan, Arthur [barrister], Laugharne, 106

Bevan, Theo, 1670, 110

Bevan, W, 1670, 110

Bevans of Glasfryn, 106

Beynon, ---Miss [sewing mistress Glasfryn school], 1883, 96

Beynon, D Mr [carpenter/Burgess of the Borough of Carmarthen], Penycoed Mill, 1818, 35

Beynon, R P Mr,[magistrate], 1842-3, 140, 141, 143

Beynon, Tom Rev, 84

Beynon, William [carrier], 1830-40, 151

Beynon, William [Overseer of the Poor], Pentre, 1887, 35

Beynon, William [Elder/Capel Llanfihangel], Temperance Hotel, 1911, 78

Birchmall, Thos [Clergyman Meidrum and Llanfihangel Abercywyn], 1597, 66

Bishop of Oxford, 1778, 80

Bishop of St Davids, 101, 103

Bishops Consistory Court, 160

Bisse, Philip [Bishop of St David's], 1710-13, 40

Black Book of St David's, 101

Blount, William, 1838, 124

Booth, James, 1833, 151

Bottom, Billy [pseudonym], Llanddowror, c1844, 147

Bowden, J H [cricketer], St Clears, 1909, 163

Bowen, ---Miss [County Stores], 1900, 164

Bowen, ---Mr [shop keeper], St Clears, 57

Bowen, David, 1756, 112

Bowen, Emanuel [mapmaker], 1729, 23

Bowen, George, Asgood, 122

Bowen, George, Llwyngwair, 1843, 172

Bowen, James, Llwyngwair, 1629, 105

Bowen, James [Tax Commissioner], 1800, 125

Bowen, Joseph, 1855, 157

Bowen, Lawrence Rev [Vicar], St Clears, 1950, 66

Bowen, Mary, Llanfihangel Abercywyn, 1672, 46

Bowen, T L Rev [Rector], Llanglydwen, 1962, 66

Bowen, William, 17thc, 106

Bowen, William, Asgood/Llwyngwair Estate, 1817, 34

Bowen & Sons provision stores, 1900, 164

Bowens, Llwyngwair, 1700s, 118

Bowling, --- Major [Commandant Castlemartin Yeomanry], 1843, 145

Brigstock, M Miss [sewing mistress, Glasfryn school], 1882, 96

Brigstock, William [carpenter/rioter], 1809, 123

British and Foreign bible Society, 1904, 60

British Lions [rugby team], 169

British Museum, 31

Britten, Anthony Rev [Vicar of Meidrum], 1888, 86

Bronwydd family, 1803, 172

Brown, Capability [landscape designer], 149

Brown, T [cricketer], Llanfihangel Abercywyn, 1909, 163

Bryant, --- Lieutenant [Castlemartin Yeomanry], 1843, 145, 146

Bull, George [Bishop of St David's], 1705-10, 40

Burgess, ---Bishop, 1803-25, 43, 44

Burnes, ---Miss, 1816-17, 114, 115

Burnes, ---Mrs, 1816-17, 114, 115

Calvin, John, 40

Cambrian, The [coach], 151

Cambrian, The [newspaper], 123

Carmarthen Antiquarian Society, 1913, 174

Carmarthen Bank, 114, 116

Carmarthen Board of Guardians, 148

Carmarthen Journal [newspaper], 132

Carmarthen Trust, 138

Carmarthen Union, 1834, 127

Carmarthenshire Chamber of Agriculture, 1963, 135

Carmarthenshire County Council, 34, 93

Carmarthenshire Farmers' Club, 135

Carmarthenshire Farmers'Discussion Club, 135

Carmarthenshire Historian, The, 106

Carver, ---Mr, 1833-35, 45

Carver, C G, 1913, 174

Carver, R R, Wenallt, 1872-1901, 93, 94, 174

Carver, W Rees, Wenallt, 1854, 135

Carver, William [churchwarden Llanfihangel Abercywyn], Wenallt, 1834-35, 67

Carver, William [Member of District Road Board], Wenallt, 1845, 148

Castlemartin Yeomanry, 145, 146

Chapman, Joseph [churchwarden/Llanfihangel Abercywyn], Asgood/Plasygwer/Llwyndrissi, 1748-49, 34, 41, 66

Chapman, Lamentation and Margaret, 1588, 29

Chapman, Richard, 1670-78, 32, 46, 110

Charles, Ann, Llanfihangel Abercywyn, 1760-1779, 84

Charles, Charlotte, Llangihangel Abercywyn, 1770, 84

Charles, David, Llanfihangel Abercywyn, 1749, 79, 84

Charles, David [Methodist minister], Pantdwfn, 1762, 75, 83,84

Charles, Elizabeth, Llanfihangel Abercywyn, 1768, 84

Charles, Jael[daughter of Rees Charles, also spelt Joel], Llanfihangel Abercywyn, 1752-1772, 48, 80, 84

Charles, Jael [wife of Rees Charles, see also Jael Thomas], 1795, 84

Charles, Jane, Llangunnor, 1745-1766, 79, 84

Charles, John, Llanfihangel Abercywyn, 1766, 84

Charles, Rees [farmer], Llangunnor,1738-1787, 48, 79, 80, 84, 112

Charles, Rees [son of Rees], Llanfihangel Abercywyn, 1757, 84

Charles, Rees [2nd son of Rees by that name], Llanfihangel Abercywyn, 1768, 84

Charles, Sage, Llangunnor, 1742, 84

Charles, Thomas [Methodist minister], 1755-1814, 48, 58, 59, 71,74, 75, 77, 79-84; 118

Charles, William [Methodist], Deri Gleision/Llangunnor, 1739-1781,75, 84

Church in Wales, 174

Clark, Anne [aged 101], Pound, 1821, 50, 51

Cobden, Richard, 1896, 133

Collins, John, Parke Melline, 1661, 108

Collins, John, 1673, 32

Costin, H [cricketer], St Clears, 1909, 163

County Record Office, 96

Court of Quarter Sessions, 120

Courtemain, Robert, 1081, 16

Cromwell, --- [King's chief minister], 1538, 45

Cromwell, Oliver, 69

Curtis, Mary, 1878-80, 13, 58, 80

Daniel, D L Rev [Vicar], Llangeler, 1932, 65

David, David, Cilgwyn, 1817, 34

David, Geo [churchwarden], Llanfihangel Abercywyn, 1720, 40

David, John [Clergyman Meidrum and Llanfihangel Abercywyn], 1625, 66

David, Lewis, Asgood, 1655-1661, 107, 108

David, Thomas [Presbyterian], 1705, 40,70

David, Thomas [carrier], 1844, 152

Davies, --- [father of John Davies/curate of Llanddarog], early 18th C, 75

Davies, ---Miss [school teacher], Glasfryn, 98

Davies, ---Mr [Methodist], Cynwyl, 1811, 74

Davies, ---Mrs, Rushmoor, 1911, 60

Davies, ---Mrs, Plasnewydd, 1911, 60

Davies, ---Mrs [Vicar's wife], 1904, 80

Davies, Benjamin [Elder/Capel Llanfihangel], Craigwen, 1911, 78

Davies, D Sawelian Rev [Vicar], Llanybri, 1886-99, 64

Davies, David [Methodist curate], Llanfihangel Abercywyn, 1766, 79, 84

Davies, Ernest [Minister/Zion], 73

Davies, Evan [churchwarden/Overseer of the Poor/Llanfihangel Abercywyn], Plasygwere, 1834, 35, 67

Davies, Evan Rev [Vicar], Gwauncaegurwen, 1910, 64

Davies, G Talog Rev [Vicar], Trealaw/Rhondda, 1931, 65

Davies, George [leaseholder], Bancyfelin, 1832, 159

Davies, Gwilym [headmaster Bancyfelin school], 1949-1960, 96

Davies, H Islwyn Rev [Vicar], Llanstephan, 1947, 65

Davies, Howell [cart owner], c1832, 152

Davies, Hy [coal & lime merchant], Sarnau Station, 1896, 96

Davies, J, Llandwr, 153

Davies, J E Rev [Rector], Bango Teifi, 1930, 65

Davies, J E Rev [Vicar], Llandybie, 1967, 66

Davies, J L J Rev [Vicar], Brymbo/Wrexham, 1946, 65

Davies, J Rhedynog Rev [Vicar], Maesteilo, 1948, 65

Davies, J S Marcus Rev [Vicar], Llanstephan, 1965, 66

Davies, John [carrier], 1840, 152

Davies, John, gent, Glasfryn, 1741, 171

Davies, John Rev [Curate Conwil and Abernant/Minister Bancyfelin], 1750-1821, 74, 75

Davies, John [Methodist Revivalist], Pantygrove, 1859, 76

Davies, John [Methodist Revivalist], Plas Isaf, 1859, 76

Davies, Johnnie [churchwarden Llanfihangel Abercywyn], Rushmoor, 1907-14, 67

Davies, Jos [cricketer], Llanfihangel Abercywyn, 1909, 163

Davies, Joshua [Methodist], Coedllysuchaf, 1834, 77

Davies, Lewis [Vicar], Llanfihangel Abercywyn, 1710-20, 40, 66

Davies, M A [student Glasfryn school], 1890, 97

Davies, Michael [Methodist], St Clears, 77

Davies, Morris, Llanfihangel Abercywyn, 1888, 173

Davies, R R, 79

Davies, Reginald [churchwarden], Llanfihangel Abercywyn,1705-7, 40,66,111

Davies, S [cricketer], St Clears, 1909, 163

Davies, Samuel [Minister/Bancyfelin Methodist Chapel], 77

Davies, Sarah Mrs, Parcmelyn, 1877, 173

Davies, Sophia [student], Glasfryn, 1890, 97

Davies, T E, 79

Davies, T E Rev [Vicar], Abernant, 1935, 65

Davies, T Harold, 79

Davies, T S Rev [Curate], St Anne's/Cwmffrwd, 1941, 65

Davies, T Twynog Rev [Vicar], All  Saints/Cardiff, 1911-22, 64

Davies, Talog [Minister/Bancyfelin Methodist Chapel], 77

Davies, Theo [cricketer], St Clears, 1909, 163

Davies, Thomas, Bancyfelin 1829, 172

Davies, Thomas, Lower Court, 1661, 108, 109

Davies, Thomas Gent, 1673, 32

Davies, Thomas [carrier], 1840, 152

Davies, Thomas [headmaster Bancyfelin school], 1934-1949, 96

Davies, Thomas [mason], 1844, 157

Davies, Thomas [Minister/Zion], 73

Davies, Thomas [churchwarden], Llanfihangel Abercywyn, 1888, 67

Davies, W L Rev [Rector], Henllan Amgoed, 1916, 64

Davies, W Llewellyn [Minister/Bancyfelin Methodist Chapel], 77

Davies, William, 56

Davies, William, 78

Davies, William [miller], Bancyfelin, 1841, 24

Davies, William Rev [Parish's first Vicar], Llanfihangel Abercywyn, 1882, 59, 61, 66, 68

Davies, William Rev, 1904, 117

Davies Banc [John Davies/Methodist minister], 75

Davys, Stephen Rev [Vicar of St John's], Swansea, 1884-86, 64

de Clifford, Walter Earl of Pembroke [Lord of Oysterlow Manor], 1229, 34

de Court, Francis [Lord of Oysterlow Manor], 1404, 35

de Hastings, John Earl of Pembroke [Lord of Oysterlow Manor], 1282, 29, 34

de Hastings, John Earl of Pembroke [Lord of Oysterlow Manor], 1370, 34

de la Pole, William [Lord of Oysterlow Manor], 1448, 35

de Valance, William Earl of Pembroke [Lord of Oysterlow Manor], 1285, 29, 34

Diocese of St Davids, 88

Donovan, E [author], 1804, 20, 21

Drummond, Dorothy Dame/Lady, Treventy, 1660-1685, 31, 33, 34, 42,108, 109, 121

Drummond, Maurice Sir, 1660, 31

Drummond, Penelope, 1679, 33

Dynevor, ---Lord[Lord Lieutenant of Carmarthenshire], 1842-3, 140, 141, 142, 144, 145

Edward, Elinor [spinster], Mydrim parish, 1708, 166

Edward, James [brother of Elinor Edward], 1708, 166

Edwards, Dean, 87

Edwards, John [student], Fox & Hounds, 1874, 95

Edwards, John [Overseer of the Poor], Wern, 1905, 35

Edwards, Ray Miss [church organist], 1924, 61

Edwards, W Ilar Rev, St Peter's/Carmarthen, 1913-14, 64

Elias, George Rev [Minister/Zion], 1967, 72, 73

Ellis, Anthony [Bishop of St David's], 1752-61], 41

Ellis, George H, 1842-3, 140, 146

Evan, Samuel [churchwarden], Llanfihangel Abercywyn, 1790, 43

Evan, William [churchwarden], Llanfihangel Abercywyn, 1787, 43

Evans, ---Mr, Clogyfran, 1854, 158

Evans, D D [editor Y Seren], 1840s, 74

Evans, D L B Rev [Vicar], Llangathen, 1961, 66

Evans, D Silvan [author], 15

Evans, Dan, 79

Evans, David Mr [Baptist preacher], Cilfowyr, 1769, 72

Evans, David [butcher], 1900, 164

Evans, David [carrier], 1830-40, 151, 152

Evans, David [poughman], Hendre, 1848, 132

Evans, David Mr, 1848, 132

Evans, David [Overseer of the Poor], Penlan, 1905, 35

Evans, David Rev [Vicar], St Mathew's/Swansea, 1923, 64

EVans, David Conrad [Clergyman], Llanfihangel Abercywyn, 1963, 66

Evans, David Cledlyn [schoolmaster], 1906, 19

Evans, Dinah, 1840s, 73

Evans, E C Mr and Mrs [Mayor and Mayoress], Carmarthen, 1901, 60

Evans, Geo, Plasygwer, 1886, 173

Evans, George [churchwarden], Llanfihangel Abercywyn, 1804, 43

Evans, George [carpenter], Bwlchgarn, 1832, 159

Evans, George Eyre, 74, 75

Evans, Guilielmus, 1672, 39

Evans, J Rhedynog Rev [Vicar], Maesteilo, 1936, 45

Evans, J T [author], 51

Evans, John [High Sheriff], Treventy, 1678-88, 31, 32, 35

Evans, John [Vicar], Amroth, 1900, 64

Evans, John [Vicar], Eglwyscummin, 39

Evans, John [Methodist preacher], St Clears/Llwynffortun, 77, 83, 84

Evans, John [headmaster Glasfryn school], 1885-86, 99

Evans, John Dr, 1820, 73

Evans, Jonah, 1844, 147

Evans, Joseph [Curate], Llanfihangel Abercywyn, 1821, 50

Evans, Llewelyn Mr [Headmaster Bancyfelin school], 1960, 94, 96

Evans, S J [cricketer], 1909, 163

Evans, Samuel [churchwarden], Llanfihangel Abercywyn, 1790, 66

Evan/s, Samuel [mason], 1795, 156

Evans, Samuel, Llwyn-y-Piod, 1839-56, 73, 74

Evans, T J Rev [Curate], Llanelli, 1957, 66

Evans, T J Rev [Vicar], Llangunnor, 1963, 66

Evans, W D, St Clears, 63

Evans, W T Rev [Vicar], St Clears, 1966, 66

Evans, William [churchwarden], Llanfihangel Abercywyn, 1787, 66

Evans, William, Llwyn-y-Piod, 1840, 74

Evans, William, Llwynpiod, 1817, 34

Evans, William [Methodist], Manarddwylan, 77

Evans, William, Llwynpiod, 1800, 125

Evans, Willie [Methodist], St Clears, 77

Evetts, Nicholas, 1602, 38

Ffoshelig Buses, 153

Fowrd, Jane, Llanfihangel Abercywyn, 1672, 46

Fowrd, William Evan, Llanfihangel Abercywyn,1672, 46

Francis, John [carpenter], 1833, 21

Garrat, Samuel [railway contractor], 135

George, S 79

George, Thomas [yeoman], Trelach at Bettws, 1717, 166

Gerald of Wales, 100

Gibbon, Levi [balladeer], 148

Gibbon, W M [Minister/Salem], 72

Gibbs, R W [cricketer], Llanfihangel Abercywyn, 1909, 163

Gimblett, R [Minister/Salem], 72

Glascott, J J Major, Wenallt, 1891, 94

Glastoke, William, 1539, 37

Gogh, John [Archdeacon of St David's], 1351, 36, 37

Gogh, John [Clergyman], Meidrum/Llanfihangel Abercywyn, 1346-52, 66

Gouch, William John, 1661, 108

Gough, David [Beadle of Oysterlow Manor], 1515-16, 35

Gough, William John, 1670, 109, 110

Gould, S Baring [author], 56

Graham, James Sir[Secretary of State], 1842, 140, 141, 142, 144, 145

Great Western Railway, 135, 158

Green, J, 79

Gregory, John [Clergyman], Meidrum/Llanfihangel Abercywyn, 14-, 66

Griffith, Joshua, 1795, 156

Griffith, Wm, 16th c, 105

Griffiths, ---Miss [sewing mistress Bancyfelin School], 1861, 94

Griffiths, Griffith, 1717, 167

Griffiths, Isaac [student Glasfryn school], 1879, 97

Griffiths, Jacob [Overseer], 1880, 120

Griffiths, James [school master], 1790, 43

Griffiths, John, Plasygwer, 1817, 34

Griffiths, Jonah [ploughman], Wenallt, 1848, 132

Griffiths, Josiah, St Clears, 1805, 120

Griffiths, Peter Hughes, 79

Griffiths, William [grocer], Bancyfelin, 1851, 24

Grindal, ---Archbishop, 1571, 22

Gruffydd, William y crydd [Methodist Revivalist], 1859m 76

Gwyn, W E, Cwrthir, 135

Hall, D J [author], 51

Hamer, E Lee Rev [Vicar], Llanegwad, 1929, 65

Harries, ---Capt, 1809, 123

Harries, T L [cricketer], Llanfihangel Abercywyn, 1909, 163

Harries, W Lloyd [treasurer Bancyfelin Eisteddfod], Castellywaun, 1909, 174

Harries, William [gamekeeper], Laugharne, 1750, 160

Harries, William [headmaster Glasfryn school], 1888-93, 99

Harriot, Thomas [astronomer], 1609, 30, 31

Harris, David [Deacon/Zion] Asgood, c1847, 73

Harris, David [Deacon/Zion], Gardde, c1847, 73

Harris, Howell, 1736-1740, 42, 82

Harry, David, White Hart/Glyncoch, 1817, 34

Harry, David [victualler], 1833, 21

Harry, David, 1841, 129

Harry, John, 1673, 33

Harry, Rees [churchwarden], Llanfihangel Abercywyn, 1720, 40

Harry, William [churchwarden], Llanfihangel Abercywyn, 1787, 43, 66

Harry, William [Vicar], Llanfihangel Abercywyn, 1787,43

Hassall, --- [author], 119, 121

Hassall, Charles [Commissioner], 1809, 123

Hatch, ---Miss [teacher Glasfryn school], 98

Hengwrt [manuscript], 25

Herbert, William Earl of Pembroke [Lord of Oysterlow Manor], 1470, 35

Hinds, David J, 1963, 135

Hopkin, William [Commissioner], 1809, 123

Hopkins, J A Rev [Rector], Eglwys Gymyn, 1970, 66

Hopkins, J H Beynon Rev [Chaplain], Oban Cathedral/Scotland, 1944, 65

Hopkins, J S [Minister/Salem], 72

Horseford, Johanns, 1672, 38, 39

Hosfords, John, 1673, 32, 33, 101

Howel, Griffith [gent], Llanfihangel Abercywyn, 1655, 111

Howell, ---Colonel, Penrheol, 1888, 173

Howell, ---Misses, Penrheol Meidrum, 94

Howell, David [Methodist/Bancyfelin], Waunbricks, 1817, 34, 75

Howell, Evan, Longmoor, 1814, 171

Howell, George [stonemason], 1828, 157

Howell, Harry, 1673, 33

Howell, Henry [husbandman], 1708, 166

Howell, James, 129

Howell, James, 1808, 128

Howell, James [churchwarden Llanfihangel Abercywyn], Glasfryn, 1847, 67

Howell, John [workman], mid 19th c, 117

Howell, Joseph [churchwarden/Overseer of the Poor/ Llanfihangel Abercywyn], Llwyndrissi, 1827-35, 35, 66, 67

Howell, Joseph [churchwarden Llanfihangel Abercywyn], Llwyndrissi, 1881, 67

Howell, Mary [spinster], Llanfihangel Abercywyn parish, 1717, 166

Howell, Maurice [son of Henry Howell], 1708, 166

Howell, Robert [churchwarden], Llanfihangel Abercywyn, 1753, 66

Howell, William [builder], Carmarthen, 1828, 157

Howell, William [Overseer of the Poor], 1834, 35

Howell, Wm Evan, Llanvihangle Abercowin, 1673-1707, 33, 111, 112

Howells, ---Mrs, Dryslwyn, Clunderwen, 13

Howells, Alun Rev [Vicar], Meidrum, 1972, 66

Howells, Evan, Longmoor, 1817, 34

Howells, James [overseer], Llwyndrissi, 1847, 137

Howells, John [Deacon/Salem], 1840s, 72

Howells, Joseph, Llwyndrissi/Harod hir/Waunpenpompren, 1817, 34, 135

Howells, Thomas [Methodist], St Clears, 77

Howells, Thomas [Overseer of the Poor], 1847, 35

Howells, William [Methodist Revivalist], Waunbricks, 1859, 76

Howells, William [Elder/Capel Llanfihangel], Ship, 1911, 78

Hugh, Rees [churchwarden], Llanfihangel Abercywyn, 1753, 66

Hugh, Rees, Llanddowror, 81, 82

Hughes, D V [cricketer], St Clears, 1909, 163

Hughes, David, 1672, 46

Hughes, E A B Ven [Archdeacon] Bhagalpur/India, 1969, 66

Hughes, Eynon Rev [Curate], Llandeilo, 1905, 64

Hughes, Eynon Rev [Vicar], Trelech, 1913, 64

Hughes, John Rev [author], 1854, 74, 82

Hughes, Stephen [Puritan minister], Meidrum, 1654-87, 69, 70, 82

Hughes, Stephen [Clergyman Meidrum and Llanfihangel Abercywyn], 1655, 66

Ieuan, John [Clergyman Meidrum and Llanfihangel Abercywyn], 15-, 66

Jacki [workman], mid 19thc, 117

Jacob, Ungoed Ven [Archdeacon], Carmarthen, 1963, 66

James, ---Capt. and Mrs [Methodists], St Clears, 77

James, ---Mr, Parcyrabbot, 94

James, ---Mrs, Parcyrabbot, 1840s, 133

James, Charles Mr [Smith's Arms], 1872, 93, 94

James, Charles [Deacon/Bancyfelin Methodist Chapel], Pretoria, 1911, 77

James, D [school master], 1871, 50

James, David [churchwarden Llanfihangel Abercywyn], Gilfach, 1900, 67

James, David [churchwarden Llanfihangel Abercywyn], Gilfach, 1915-20, 67

James, John Rev [Clergyman Meidrum and Llanfihangel Abercywyn], 1725-1729, 66, 86

James, John [carrier], 1830, 151

James, John [ploughman], Trenewydd, 1848, 132

James, John [blacksmith/Fox and Hounds], Bancyfelin, 1851, 24

James, R G Rev [Vicar], Pontyates, 1938, 65

James, Thomas [farmer & solicitor's clerk], Parcyrabbot, 1844, 133, 147

James, Thomas [Rebecca rioter/Methodist Revivalist], 1859, 76

James, W N [choir conductor], 1909-23, 61, 174

James, William [carpenter], Bancyfelin, 1851, 24

Jenken, Thomas, 1655-1661, Asgood, 107, 108

Jenken, William, 1655-1661, 107, 108

Jenkin, Ph. [Beadle of Oysterlow Manor], 1517-18, 35

Jenkin, Thomas and widow, 1673, 32

Jenkin, William, 1670, 110

Jenkins, D E [author], 58, 74, 75, 80, 118

Jenkins, D R Rev [Rector], Pendine, 1960, 66

Jenkins, John, Treventy, 1755, 171

Jenkins, John, Llanfihangel Abercywyn, 1766, 84

Jenkins, John Rev, 1813-1834, 44, 45,, 66, 86

Jenkins, John [Deacon/Bancyfelin Methodist Chapel], Cowin Grove, 1911, 77

Jenkins, R T [author], 79, 113

Jenkins, R T [Clergyman Meidrum and Llanfihangel Abercywyn], 1846, 66

Jenkins, Wm [Clergyman Meidrum and Llanfihangel Abercywyn], 1779, 66

Jenkins, Wm [Vicar], Llanfihangel Abercywyn, 1790, 43

Jenkinson, John Banks [Bishop of St David's], 1825, 43

John, ---Mr [Glasfryn School Board], 1878, 97

John, David [churchwarden], Llanfihangel Abercywyn, 1790, 43, 66

John, David [Elder/Capel Llanfihangel], Glyntaf, 1911, 78

John, Edwin [cricketer], Llanfihangel Abercywyn, 1909, 163

John, Jakes, Meidrum, 1750, 171

John, John, Pentre, 153

John, John, 1833-35, 45

John, John [Elder/Capel Llanfihangel], Pentre Stores, 1911, 78

John, M A Miss [sewing mistress Glasfryn school], 1879, 96

John, Mary, Pentre, 1849, 51

Johns, William [leaseholder], Bancyfelin, 1832, 159

Johnson, --- [author], 25

Jones, ---Miss [Methodist], Gardde, c1830, 77

Jones, ---Miss, Plwmbach, Kidwelly, 133

Jones, A J Rev [Vicar], Llangynog, 1955, 66

Jones, B [Deacon/Bancyfelin Methodist Chapel], Pwll-y-Gravel, 1911, 77

Jones, Benjamin T [headmaster Glasfryn school], 1878-81, 99

Jones, David [author], 125

Jones, David [banker], 1825-27, 116, 117

Jones, David [mason], 1844, 157

Jones, David [Methodist preacher], Llangan, 74

Jones, David [owner Ffoshelig Buses], 1924, 153

Jones, Edward [Clergyman], Llanfihangel Abercywyn, 1927, 66

Jones, Francis Major [author], 106

Jones, G Hartwell Rev, 52, 54

Jones, George, 1833-35, 45

Jones, Gerwyn [headmaster Glasfryn school], 1948-51, 99

Jones, Griffith [Circulating Schools], 18th c, 39, 42,87, 90

Jones, Griffith Rev [Methodist minister], Llanddowror,  71, 78, 82, 83

Jones, H H [Deacon/Bancyfelin Methodist Chapel], Waunwenallt, 1911, 77

Jones, Henry Mr [landlord Fox & Hounds, Carmarthen], 1848, 132

Jones, Henry [Elder/Capel Llanfihangel], Plasygwere, 1911, 78

Jones, Howell [school master], 1814, 86

Jones, Ieuan Gwynedd [author], 118

Jones, J Mr & Mrs, Portland House, 1909, 167

Jones, J Rev [Vicar], Llangybi, 1907, 64

Jones, J D Rev [Vicar], Cynwyl Elfed, 1974, 66

Jones, J Evans Rev [Vicar], Llangan, 1906, 64

Jones, J Ira Group Captain, 1929, 170

Jones, J Samlet [choir conductor], Mermaid Hotel, 1909, 174

Jones, James [churchwarden], Llanfihangel Abercywyn, 1881, 67

Jones, James Rev [Vicar], Clydey, 1897, 64

Jones, John, 79

Jones, John [weaver], Bancyfelin, 1851, 24

Jones, L P [cricketer], St Clears, 1909, 163

Jones, Mary Ellen Miss [daughter of J Jones], Portland House, 1909, 167

Jones, Mathias [headmaster Glasfryn school], 1886-88, 99

Jones, Morgan, Cardigan, 1886, 173

Jones, Morgan Rev [Diocesan examiner], 1896, 64

Jones, Philip, 79

Jones, Richard [gaoler], Carmarthen, 1828, 157

Jones, Robert Henry [Minister/Zion], 73

Jones, Robert Huw [headmaster Glasfryn School], 1972, 96, 99

Jones, Sally, 82

Jones, T F, 79

Jones, T Geler REv [Vicar], Felinfoel, 1927, 65

Jones, T I Jeffreys, 153

Jones, T J Rev [Vicar], Llanllwch, 1959, 66

Jones, Theophilus [mercer], Pentre, 1680, 21, 119

Jones, Thomas [author], 16

Jones, Thomas [Deacon/Salem], 1840s, 72

Jones, Thomas Charles [Clergyman], Llanfihangel Abercywyn, 1945, 66

Jones, W E Rev [Vicar], Abercrave, 1956, 66

Jones, W H Rev [Vicar], Trelech, 1898-1902, 64

Jones, W P, 79

Jones, William, 1670-73, 32, 110

Jones, William Basil Bishop, 1881, 68

Jones, William y saer [Methodist Revivalist], Sarnau farm, 1859, 76

Joseph, John, Llanfihangel Abercywyn, 1672, 47

Kitchin, Thomas [mapmaker], 1754, 23

Kynaston, Frederick [Member of District Road Board], Blaencorse, 1845, 148

Lambert, Charles, Llwyndrissi, 1908, 51

Lascelles, Conway, 115

Latimer, Hugh [Bishop of Worcester], 1490-1555, 122

Laud, ---Archbishop, 69

Laugharne, William, 1843, 172

Laws, Edward [Pembrokeshire historian], 27

Leach, --- Cornet [Castlemartin Yeomanry], 1843, 145, 146

Leach, ---Mr, 1809, 123

Leeuwenhoek, --- [astronomer], 1608, 30

Leland, --- [English traveller], 1536, 13, 22

Leonard, Johnny [student Glasfryn school], 1889, 97

Lewis, A R [cricketer], St Clears, 1909, 163

Lewis, B Alec Rev [Bishop's Messenger], 1943, 65

Lewis, D Arthur [Curate], Neath, 1883, 64

Lewis, D B [lay reader], Llanfihangel Abercywyn, 1973, 65

Lewis, D D [Minister/Zion], 73

Lewis, David, 1673, 32

Lewis, David [Deacon, Salem], 1840s, 72

Lewis, David [Minister/Bancyfelin Methodist Chapel], 77

Lewis, David [Methodist], Cefn[newydd, 77

Lewis, David [husbandman], Mydrim parish, 1708, 166

Lewis, E T [author], 159

Lewis, Fred [student Glasfryn school], 1892, 97

Lewis, G O Rev [Vicar], St Edward's/Barnsley, 1920, 64

Lewis, George Owen Rev, Trenewydd, 1910, 174

Lewis, George Owen Rev [Vicar], New Brighton, 1912, 64

Lewis, H [cricketer], St Clears, 1909, 163

Lewis, Isaac Martin [churchwarden Llanfihangel Abercywyn],  Trenewydd, 1959-68, 67

Lewis, J C [cricketer], Llanfihangel Abercywyn, 1909, 163

Lewis, Jeremiah [Methodist/Bancyfelin], Trenewydd, 1817, 24, 75

Lewis, Jeremiah [churchwarden Llanfihangel Abercywyn], Trenewydd, 1911-24, 67

Lewis, John [Methodist preacher], Trenewydd, 1837, 75

Lewis, John [station master], St Clears, 1891, 152

Lewis, Samuel [author], 1845, 21, 56

Lewis, T C, 79

Lewis, Titus, 133

Lewis, Titus Rev, 72

Lewis, W Paul [churchwarden Llanfihangel Abercywyn], Ty'rgate, 1926-58, 67

Lewis, William [Methodist preacher], Trenewydd, 1837, 75

Lewn, David, 1673, 33

Lhuyd, Edward [scholar and antiquary], 20

Llanarthney Beadle, The, 102

Llandeilo Quarter Sessions, 142

Llanelli Rugby Football Club, 1961, 169

Llanelly Town Band, 1906, 60

Llanfihangel United [football club], 164, 168

Lloyd, D J Rev [Vicar], Cilgerran, 1954, 66

Lloyd, Dd.Wm, 16th c, 105

Lloyd, E M Miss, 78

Lloyd, Howell, A [author], 104

Lloyd, Hugh Dr [Bishop of Llandaff], 85

Lloyd, Hugh Pughe Sir [Air Chief Marshall], 1964, 170

Lloyd, I Mr [school attendance officer], 1885, 95

Lloyd, J Christmas, 79

Lloyd, John, 159

Lloyd, John [Minister/Zion], 73

Lloyd, John, Waun, 1793, 171

Lloyd, John [High Sheriff], Wenallt, 1670

Lloyd, John Sir [Baronet], 1673, 32

Lloyd, John Edward Sir, 16, 28, 102

Lloyd, Marteine O M Sir [Bart], Bronwydd, Llandyssul, 1901, 174

Lloyd, Morgan, Lower Court, 1661, 108

Lloyd, Philip [High Sheriff], Wenallt, 1642, 35

Lloyd, Richard Jones [Clerk of the Peace], 1795, 156

Lloyd, T T [cricketer/headmaster Glasfryn school], 1893-1911, 99, 163

Lloyd, Thomas, Wenallt, 1736-1740, 82

Lloyd, Thomas [churchwarden], Llanfihangel Abercywyn, 1748, 41, 66

Llwyfo, Llew [Bard], 1861-1895, 81

London Gazette, The [newspaper], 161

Love, ---Colonel [73rd Regiment], 174

Lower, Penelope Lady [Lord of Oysterlow Manor], 1617, 35

Lower, Thomas [Lord of Oysterlow Manor], Treventy, 1653-65, 31, 107

Lower, William Sir [astronomer], Treventy, 30, 31

Lyons, H [cricketer], St Clears, 1909, 163

Magellane [explorer], 31

Manby, --- [author], 1801, 38

Mansfield, ---Captain, Llysonen, 1879, 94

Mansfield, ---Major, Llysonen, 1869, 51

Mansfield, ---Mrs, Llysonen, 1879-91, 94

Mansfield, Bertie Master, 1891, 94

Mansfield, Jack Master, 1891, 94

Marsden, J Rev [Vicar], Llanllwch,1882,  64

Marshall, William Earl of Pembroke [Lord of Oysterlow Manor], 1195-1229, 28

Martaine, Adam, 1655-1661, 107, 108

Martin, Adam, 1670, 110

Martin, George [police inspector], 1842-3, 141, 142

McDowall, W [cricketer], Llanfihangel Abercywyn, 1909, 163

McEdmunds, ---Rev [Curate of St Clears], 1755, 42

McLeesh, James, 1827, 172

Meidrum Steeple Chases, 1840s, 131

Messrs D Morris & Sons [bankers], 116

Messrs Waters and Jones [bankers], 116, 117

Messrs Wilkins & Sons [bankers], 1834, 116

Methodist Association, 1875, 78

Meyrick, B [Minister/Zion], 73

Milford, ---Lord, 1793, 1827,1852, 171, 172, 133

Milk Marketing Board, 1934, 136

Morgan, ---Mr, Maesgwrda, 1848, 131

Morgan, Alun [Methodist minister], 79

Morgan, Anthony, 1717, 167

Morgan, Cha, 1717, 167

Morgan, D J [headmaster Glasfryn school], 1911-43, 99

Morgan, D J Rev [Vicar], Pembrey, 1945, 65

Morgan, D J Rev [Rector], Llanddowror, 1952, 66

Morgan, Dafydd [Methodist Revivalist], c1859, 76

Morgan, T M [author], 1910, 150

Morgan, Thomas, Maesgwrda, 135

Morgan, Thos [forester], Llanddowror, 1805, 129

Morgan, W H Rev [Vicar], Bettws Bledrws, 1937, 65

Morgan, William [Clergyman Meidrum and Llanfihangel Abercywyn], 1517, 66

Morgan, William, Manarddwylan, 1793, 171

Morgan, Wm [Clergyman Meidrum and Llanfihangel Abercywyn], 1799, 66

Morgan, William [Vicar], Llanfihangel Abercywyn, 1804-1810, 43, 66

Morgans, L Rev, The Cottage, St Clears, 1896, 133

Morice, John [Clergyman Meidrum and Llanfihangel Abercywyn], 1518, 66

Morris, ---Miss [grocery shop], 1900, 164

Morris, Ben [ploughman], Wern, 1848, 132

Morris, Hester, 1781, 84

Morris, Job [Methodist Revivalist], 1859, 76

Morris, John [rags and bones merchant], 1861, 50

Morris, Samuel [Curate], Llanfihangel Abercywyn, 1771, 48

Morris, Stan [cricketer], Llanfihangel Abercywyn, 1909, 163

Morris, W [churchwarden Llanfihangel Abercywyn], Treventy, 1898, 67

Napolion, 125

Nash, John Dr [Baptist Minister/Pershore/Worcestershire], 73

Nathan, Thomas [Methodist/Bancyfelin], 75

Nathy, Dicky [thatcher], Bancyfelin, 24

National Library of Wales, 115, 124

National Society, 92, 96

Nauton, Robert Sir [Secretary of State], 1618-33, 31

Nelson, Horatio Lord, 151

New Zealand All Blacks [rugby team], 169

Ninian, Thomas [monitor delegate Glasfryn school], 1887, 97

Nycholson, John, 1670, 110

Ottley, Adam [Bishop of St David's], 1713-23, 40

Owen, ---Rev Dr [Archdeacon of St David's], 1684, 39

Owen, C F Rev [Vicar], St Clears, 1895-97, 64

Owen, D H [Minister/Bancyfelin Methodist Chapel], 77

Owen, George, 1583, 25, 109

Owen, George, 1595, Treventy, 19

Owen, Geraint Dyfnallt Dr, 101

Owen, Ivor, 110

Owen, John Sir [Lord Lieutenant of Pembrokeshire], 1842-3, 142, 146

Pall Mall Gazatte, The [newspaper], 173

Palmer, H [Burgess of the Borough of Carmarthen], Llwyndrissi, 1818, 35

Parnell, --- [omnibuses], 1850, 152

Parrott, William, Lower Court, 1661, 108

Pearson, ---Mr [road surveyor], 1842, 140

Pembroke Mail Coach, 146

Pembrokeshire Yeomanry, 142

Perott, Thomas, 1670, 109

Perrot, John Sir, Oysterlow Manor, 1590, 29, 30, 34

Perrot, Penelope, Treventy, 30, 31

Perrot, Thomas Sir, Oysterlow Manor, 30

Perrot, William, 1681, 111, 119

Perrott, John Sir [Lord of Oysterlow Manor], 1590 - early 17th c, 35, 104, 109,171

Perrott, Thomas Sir [Lord of Oysterlow Manor], 1592, 35

Perrott, William, 1673, 32

Philipps, Dorothy, 18th c, 33

Philipps, Griffith, Cwmgwili, 18th c, 33

Philipps, Richard, Rushmoor, 1570s, 85

Phillipe, David, 1661, 108

Phillipes, Owen [Overseer of the Poor], 1579. 35

Phillipps's [Picton Castle], 1700s, 118

Phillips, ---Mr, 1670, 109

Phillips, ---Mr, Pwll-y-gravel, 1870s, 94

Phillips, ---Mrs, Rose Cottage, 1909, 78

Phillips, Benjamin Mr [Minister/Salem], 1787-1811, 72, 73

Phillips, Charles E G [Bart], Picton Castle, 1901, 174

Phillips, David [Methodist], St Clears, 1859, 77

Phillips, Elenor, Poor house-bach, 1854, 158

Phillips, F W, St Clears, 168

Phillips, J, Builth, 115

Phillips, J H A Rev, Pentre, 1873, 173

Phillips, J Lewis, Bolahaul, 135

Phillips, Jno [blacksmith], 1842, 143

Phillips, John [yeoman/rioter], 1809, 123

Phillips, John, Lower Court, 1756, 112

Phillips, John, Llangors/Mydrim, late 18th c, 75

Phillips, John [Methodist Revivalist], Caebricks, 1859, 76

Phillips, John Dr, Danygraig, 1908, 167

Phillips, John Sir, 1696, 171

Phillips, Joshua [Methodist preacher/Bancyfelin], 1785-1868, 75-77

Phillips, R B Sir [Bart], 1843, 172

Phillips, Rees, Poor house-bach, 1854, 158

Phillips, Richard, Pentre, 1827, 172

Phillips, Richard, Rushmoor, 105

Phillips, T C Rev [Diocesan Missioner], 1934, 65

Phillips, T C Rev [Vicar], Ammanford, 1940, 65

Phillips, William Mr, Pwll-y-Gravel, 1843, 130

Philpin, Thomas Jenkin [churchwarden Llanfihangel Abercywyn], Portland House, 1969-75, 67

Plowden, ---, 1755, 122

Plowden, ---Mr, 57

Plowden, Dorothy, Treventy, 17th c, 33

Plowden, Edmund, Treventy, 1640-77, 33

Plowden, Edmund [Lord of Oysterlow Manor], 1680, 35

Plowden, Edmund [son of Edmund 1640-77], Treventy, 17th c, 33

Plowden, Edmund, Treventy,1755, 71, 79, 80

Plowden, Francis, Treventy, 17th c, 33

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Powell, ---Capt [churchwarden Llanfihangel Abercywyn], Sarnau, 1924-25, 67

Powell, Hughe [vicar], 1638, 66, 106

Powell, John [Baptist preacher], 1737, 70

Powell, John Thomas [yeoman], Llangihangel Abercywyn, 1619, 166

Powell, Timothy [magistrate], Penycoed, 1842-3, 140, 141, 142, 143, 148

Powell, Walter [Tax Commissioner], 1800, 125

Pratt, John [Archdeacon], 1602, 38

Price, Rowland, 1783, 171

Price, Thomas [Vicar], Llanfihangel Abercywyn, 1684-1705, 39, 40, 47

Price, Thos [Clergyman Meidrum and Llanfihangel Abercywyn], 1671, 66

Price, Watcyn, 78

Prichard, ---Vicar, 69

Prichard, Rhys, 15

Probett, --- [carrier], 1852, 152

Prosser, ---Bishop, 135

Prosser, David, 1854, 135

Prosser & Co [carriers], 1830, 151

Prothero, Evan, 1772, 80

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Protheroe, Evan, Llandeilo Abercywyn, 1780, 84

Protheroe, Ivan, 1771, 48

Protheroe, John, Nantyrhebog, 30, 31

Protheroe, Penelope, 30

Protheroe, Rees Rev, 1755, 71

Prydderch, W E, 79

Pugh, J Richards Canon [Vicar], St Peter's/Carmarthen, 1942, 65

Ramsay, Louisa Lady, 1896, 61

Record Office, Carmarthen, 127

Red Book of Hergest, 25, 27

Red Dragon, The [magazine], 113

Reece, William, 1655-1661, Asgood, 107-108

Reede, Edward [Beadle of Oysterlow Manor], 1542-45, 35

Rees, D J, Swansea, 1909, 167

Rees, Dd [churchwarden], Llanfihangel Abercywyn, 1809, 66

Rees, J Lambert Rev [Rector], Llanddowror, 1908, 64

Rees, John [Clergyman Meidrum and Llanfihangel Abercywyn], 1628, 66

Rees, John, 1833-35, 45

Rees, Llewes, 1670, 109

Rees, Mary [rioter], 1809, 123, 124

Rees, R [cricketer], Llanfihangel Abercywyn, 1909, 163

Rees, R J, 78

Rees, Robert, Parecabbit and Parke Neweth, 1661, 108, 109

Rees, Sidney Rev [Vicar], Whitland, 1973, 66

Rees, Thomas [station master, St Clears], 1869, 152

Rees, Thomas Rev [Vicar of Llanfihangel Abercywyn], 1745-70, 41, 42,66, 87, 90

Rees, Thomas John, 1673, 33

Rees, W Ll Rev [Vicar], Llangynog, 1894, 64

Rees, William [mapmaker], 19, 22, 23

Rees, William Charles [headmaster Glasfryn school], 1883-84, 99

Rees & Son [carriers], 1830, 151

Register of Poor Apprentices, 126, 127

Regulator, The [coach], 151

Reithergh, Rees, Laugharne, 1606, 171

Rice, John [Clergyman Meidrum and Llanfihangel Abercywyn], 1661, 66

Richard, Elizabeth, Llanfihangel Abercywyn, 1672, 47

Richard, Evan [Deacon/Salem], 1840s, 72

Richards, ---Mr [Deputy Clerk Glasfryn School Board], 1878, 97

Richards, Alun [Methodist minister], 79

Richards, David [Minister/Zion], 73

Richards, Dd Powell Rev, Carmarthen, 1915, 64

Richards, Henry Mr, Pencoed, 1760s, 71-72

Richards, John [weaver], Bancyfelin, 1851, 24

Richards, R [Burgess of the Borough of Carmarthen], 1818, 35

Richards, Richard, Llanfihangel Abercywyn, 1853, 173

Richards, Richard, Trecadwgan, 1848, 67

Rider, ---Mr, 1870, 150

Riversdales, ---Dowager Duches, 115

Roberts, Evan [Welsh revivalist], 1906, 174

Roberts, G Rev, Parcglas/Llangynin, 1912, 64

Roberts, James [master mariner], 1868, 152

Roberts, John [Clergyman Meidrum and Llanfihangel Abercywyn], 1545, 66

Roberts, John [Vicar], Meidrum, 1596, 28

Roberts, T E, 79

Robertson, B R, Hakin, 1832, 159

Rochford, Anne Marchioness of Pembroke [Lord of Oysterlow Manor], 1532, 35

Rogers, ---Mr, Pentre farm, 1854, 158

Rogers, James [Member of District Road Board], St Clears, 1845, 148

Rogers, R W Rev [Vicar], St Mary's/Cardiff, 1928, 65

Rogers, Samuel, Pentre, 1873, 173

Rogers, Thomas, 128

Rogers, Thomas [road surveyor], 1855, 157

Rogers, W [churchwarden Llanfihangel Abercywyn], Pentre, 1912-13, 67

Rowe, Richard, 1793, 122

Rowe, Richard [churchwarden], Llanfihangel Abercywyn, 1809, 66

Rowe, Richard, Asgood, 1817, 34

Rowlands, ---Mr [surgeon], Carmarthen, 1852, 117

Rowlands, David Mr [Methodist Revivalist/schoolmaster], Bancyfelin, 1859-1906, 50, 76, 77, 94, 95,96, 174

Rowlands, J [author], 56

Rowlands, John [Minister/Zion], 73

Rowlands, Nathaniel Rev, Plas Bach and White Hart, 1810, 124

Scott, --- Captian [Chief Constable of Carmarthen], 1844, 147

Scourfield, Lewis [weaver], Bancyfelin, 1851, 24

Scourfield, P A Mrs, 173

Scurlock, David, Plas-newydd, 1810, 124

Secombe, F T Rev [Vicar], Cockett/Swansea, 1968, 66

Seren Cymru [newspaper], 74

Seventy Third Regiment, 174

Seys, Howel [Abbot of Whitland], 1351, 37

Skyrme, ---Mr [Chairman Glasfryn School Board], 1878, 96

Skyrme, John, 1715, 112

Skyrme, William [Justice], 1805, 120

Smallwell, Edward [Bishop of St David's], 1787, 42

Smith, William, Treventy, 1678, 31, 32

South Wales Railway, 134

South Wales Turnpike Commissioners, 148

Spurrell, --- [author], 113

St Clears Agricultural Show, 173

St Clears Choral Society, 174

St Clears Male Voice Party, 168

St Clears Petty Sessions, 129,160

St Clears Town Trust, 1810, 124

St Clears Youth [rugby team], 169

Stacey, J J, 1842, 139

Stafford, ---Mr, Pontoven, 1661, 108

Stafford, Arthur, Pantdwfn, 1678, 31

Starke, ---Col [Sheriff], 1809, 123, 124

Taylor, David Lewis, 1880, 120

Thirwall, ---Bishop, 1848, 67

Thomas, ---Misses, Pontcowin, 1873, 94

Thomas, ---Mr, 1833-35, 45

Thomas, ---Mr, Derllys, 1848, 131

Thomas, ---Mrs, Derry, 1908, 167

Thomas, A J R Rev, Carmarthen, 1975, 66

Thomas, Abel [Abel y Pant/Methodist/Bancyfelin], 75

Thomas, Amy Mrs [widow of Harry Thomas], Parcyrabbot, 1808, 75

Thomas, Arthur [churchwarden Llanfihangel Abercywyn], Pontcowin, 1922-23, 67

Thomas, Arwyn [Minister/Bancyfelin Methodist Chapel], 77

Thomas, Ben [churchwarden Llanfihangel Abercywyn], Pantdwfn, 1914-15, 67

Thomas, Benjamin, 1904, 48,54, 56-59, 117

Thomas, Benjamin [Elder/Capel Llanfihangel], Hafren House, 1911, 78

Thomas, Cyril Rev [Vicar], Llandovery, 1953, 66

Thomas, D Mr [Baptist preacher], Rhydwilym 1769, 72

Thomas, D Arwyn [author], 21

Thomas, D B [cricketer], Llanfihangel Abercywyn, 1909, 163

Thomas, D Lleufer, 1896, 133

Thomas, David, 57

Thomas, David, Meidrum, 1779, 84

Thomas, David, Pentre, 1800, 125

Thomas, David, 1833-35, 45

Thomas, David [toll-collector], Pentre Gate, 1841, 50

Thomas, David [ploughman], Pantdwfn, 1848, 132

Thomas, David [churchwarden Llanfihangel Abercywyn], Cleifion Mill 1888-1912, 67

Thomas, David Mr [Baptist preacher], Newcastle Emlyn, mid 18th c-1770, 71, 72

Thomas, Delme, 169

Thomas, E Rev [Vicar], Meidrum, 1920, 64

Thomas, Elwyn, Rev Canon [Vicar], St David's/Carmarthen, 1971, 66

Thomas, Ethel Miss [daughter of J H Thomas], Derry, 1908, 167

Thomas, Evan Mr [Baptist preacher], Moleston, 1762, 72

Thomas, Evan [Minister/Zion], 73

Thomas, Evan Mr [headmaster Glasfryn School], 1883, 97

Thomas, Evan John [headmaster Glasfryn School], 1951-72, 99

Thomas, Evan John [churchwarden], Llanfihangel Abercywyn, 1962-75, 67

Thomas, Frank [Minister/Bancyfelin Methodist Chapel], 77

Thomas, Griffith Rev [Vicar], St David's/Carmarthen, 1909-12, 64

Thomas, Hannah, 1833, 120

Thomas, Harry, Parcyrabbot, late 18th c, 75

Thomas, Haydn Rev [Minister/Bancyfelin Methodist Chapel] c1975, 77, 79

Thomas, Henry, Asgood, 1661, 108

Thomas, Hetty Mrs, Penpontbren/Mydrim, late 18th c, 75

Thomas, Howell, 1655-1661, 107, 108

Thomas, J Rev [Vicar], Laugharne, 1893-99, 64

Thomas, J [choir conductor], Blue Boar, 1909, 174

Thomas, J B [Methodist minister], 79

Thomas, J E [Methodist minister], 79

Thomas, J Evan [headmaster Glasfryn School], 1881-1883, 99

Thomas, J H JP, Derry, 1908, 167

Thomas, J I Rev [Rector], Stackpole, 1964, 66

Thomas, Jael [see also Jael Charles], Pibwrlwyd, 1738, 79

Thomas, James, Lower Court, 1800, 125

Thomas, Jason Rev [Curate], Carew, 1905, 64

Thomas, John [bridgemaster]1795, 156, 157

Thomas, John, Parcyrabbot, 1817, 34

Thomas, John [smith], Penline, 1841, 50

Thomas, John, 1844, 147

Thomas, John, Cleifion Mill, 61, 62

Thomas, John [churchwarden Llanfihangel Abercywyn], Cleifion Mill, 1918-61, 67

Thomas, Jonah [headmaster Bancyfelin school], 1906-1934

Thomas, Joseph [Methodist Revivalist] Penline, 1859-1877, 76, 173

Thomas, Joseph, Llanfihangel Abercywyn, 1768, 84

Thomas, Joseph Mr [Glasfryn School Board], 1878, 97

Thomas, Levy [leaseholder], 1832, 159

Thomas, Lewis [schoolmaster], Llanfihangel Abercywyn, 1747-70, 87, 90

Thomas, Margaret Miss [sewing mistress Glasfryn school], Cleifion Mill, 1901, 96

Thomas, Morgan [headmaster Glasfryn school], 1943-46, 99

Thomas, Rees, 1670-73, 32, 110

Thomas, Rees Wm, 1809, 123

Thomas, Rees [curate of Meidrum and Llanfihangel], 1768, 84

Thomas, Richard, Keven doy fynydd and Pant Hendre, 1681, 111, 119

Thomas, Richard [farmer], Pant-y-Deri

Thomas, Samuel Mr, Blewgyd, 1847, 132

Thomas, Samuel [farmer], Hafod, 1760, 74

Thomas, Sophia [student], Foxhole, 1883, 94

Thomas, Theophilus [mason?], 1855, 157

Thomas, Penpontbren/Mydrim, late 18th c, 75

Thomas, T D Rev [Vicar], Llanllwch, 1924, 64

Thomas, Theophilus, Blewgyd, 1817, 34

Thomas, Thomas, 1684, 39, 66

Thomas, Thomas, Penrhosgowin, late 18th c, 75

Thomas, Thomas, 1768, 84

Thomas, Thomas [yeoman/rioter], 1809, 123

Thomas, Thomas [blacksmith], Bancyfelin, 1851, 24

Thomas, Thomas [Elder/Capel Llanfihangel], Penline, 1911, 78

Thomas, W [Burgess of the Borough of Carmarthen], Lower Court, 1818, 35

Thomas, W C [cricketer], St Clears, 1909, 163

Thomas, W Tudor Rev [Rector], Llanwrtyd, 1885, 64

Thomas, William, 1684, 39

Thomas, William Mr, Cleifion Mill, 98

Thomas, William Mr, Lower Court, 1843, 130

Thomas, William [Methodist Revivalist], Shop, 1859, 76

Thomas, William, 1768, 84

Thomas, William [churchwarden, Llanfihangel Abercywyn, 1684, 66

Thomas, William [churchwarden], Llanfihangel Abercywyn, 1759, 42

Thomas, William John [son of John Thomas Powell], Godre Pant y Coed/Llanfihangel Abercywyn, 1619,1642, 105 106, 166

Thomas, William John, 1642, 119

Thompson, A, St Clears, 1816-17, 114

Thurloe, ---, 1676-83, Pantdwfn/Foxhole, 16, 17

Thurlow, Edmund [gent], Llanfihangel Abercywyn, 1655-1683, 32, 107-110, 119

Thurlow, Emma, 1672, 46

Times, The [newspaper], 148

Toghill, P [author], 19

Treherne, G G T Mr, 25, 27, 54

Trevanian, William, Asgood, 1749, 34

Trevor, Ricard Richard [Bishop of St David's], 1748, 41

Trevor, W Rice [Deputy Lieutenant of Pembrokeshire], 1842-4, 141, 142, 145, 147

Turnpike Trusts, 128, 138, 139

Twiford, Ann [widow], Treventy, 1635, 31

University of Wales, 34

Vane, William [Abbot of Whitland], 1539, 37

Vaughan, Eleanor, Golden Grove, 30

Walters, David [Methodist Revivalist], Penrhiw, 1859, 76

Walters, Hannah Miss , Plasyparke Farm, 1903, 167

Walters, J P [secretary Bancyfelin Eisteddfod], Penllwynback, 1909, 174

Walters, John [surveyor of the highways], 1841, 129

Walters, T R Rev [Vicar], St David's, 1888, 64

Walters, William [Member of District Road Board], Rushmoor, 1845, 148

Water & Sons, Banker, Carmarthen, 113-15

Waters, John, Pantdwfn, 1817, 34

Waters, John [churchwarden/Overseer of the Poor/Llanfihangel Abercywyn], Treventy, 1823, 35, 66

Waters, John [banker/Burgess of the Borough of Carmarthen], Treventy, 1818-1827, 35, 115-118

Waters, John Esq, 1833-35, 45

Waters, Joseph [Burgess of the Borough of Carmarthen], Rhydygoldsmith/Plasbach/Rushmoor, 1817-18, 34, 35, 118

Waters, R Mr [grandson of Robert Waters], Sarnau, 1894, 117

Waters, Robert [banker], Sarnau, 1808-27, 115-118, 128

Waters, Robert [Methodist], Sarnau, 75

Waters, Thomas [bank owner/Burgess of the Borough of Carmarthen], Treventy/Foxhole, 1811-19, 34, 35, 113, 115, 128

Waters, Jones & Co, 116

Watkins, ---Mr, Lower Court, mid 18th c, 71

Watkins, ---Mrs, Newcastle Emlyn/Lower Court, 1737, 70, 71

Watkins, Oliver, Lower Court, 1740, 71, 112

Welsh Calvinistic Meeting House, Llanfihangel Abercywyn, 44

Welsh Circulating Schools, 42, 44, 87, 90-92

Welshman, The [newspaper], 117, 133, 134,145, 153, 158, 164, 174

Westroff, ---Professor, 25

Westwood, ---Professor, 52, 53

Whitland Trust, 131, 138, 140

William, Howell, 1670-73, 32, 110

William, Joan, Llanfihangel Abercywyn, 1672, 47

William, Moris, Llanvihangell Abercowyn, 1670-73, 32, 46, 110

William, Owen [Clergyman Meidrum and Llanfihangel Abercywyn], 1558, 66

William, Thomas [churchwarden], 1705-7, 40,111

Williams, ---Mr [butcher], St Clears?, 159

Williams, ---Mr and Mrs, Parcyrabbot, 1911, 61

Williams, A J [Minister/Salem], 1967, 72

Williams, Benjamin [Minister/Zion], 73

Williams, Benjamin, Mason's Arms, 1874, 173

Williams, Camber Rev Canon [Diocesan Missioner], 1903-05, 64

Williams, D Rev [Vicar], Llanddarog, 1951, 66

Williams, D Rev [Glasfryn School Board], 1878, 97

Williams, David [Minister/Salem], 1841-71, 70

Williams, Evan [druggist], 1840, 74

Williams, Glanmor Prof, 87

Williams, H H [Minister/Bancyfelin Methodist Chapel], 77

Williams, Henry [Salem], 73

Williams, Howell [ploughman], Treaskell, 1848, 132

Williams, Hugh [defender of Rebecca rioters], Gardde, 1852-6, 77, 78, 133, 134

Williams, Hugh and wife [market stall holders], St Clears, 1831, 161

Williams, Hugh and Anne [lessees Mermaid Inn], 1833, 21

Williams, I Harries Rev [Rector], Manordeifi, 1918-26, 64, 65

Williams, Islwyn Mr [headmaster Ysgol Gruffydd Jones], 1965, 99

Williams, J Rev [Vicar], Llangeler, 1883, 64

Williams, J [choir conductor], Mason's Cottage, 1909, 174

Williams, J Morris [churchwarden Llanfihangel Abercywyn], Parcyrabbot, 1916-21, 67

Williams, Johanna [student Glasfryn school], 1879, 97

Williams, John, 17thc, 106

Williams, John, Llwynpiod, 1877, 173

Williams, John Esq [High Sheriff], Wenallt, 1793-1801, 113, 156, 157

Williams, Peter [Methodist preacher], 74, 82

Williams, Robert Ven [Archdeacon], Carmarthen, 1933, 65

Williams, Simon [actor], 133

Williams, T Harries Rev [Vicar], St David's/Carmarthen, 1949, 66

Williams, Theophilus, 1842, 143

Williams, Thomas [churchwarden], Llanfihangel Abercywyn, 1705, 66

Williams, Thomas [schoolmaster], Llanfihangel Abercywyn, 1777, 90

Williams, Thomas Mr [Minister/Salem], 1799-1811, 72, 73

Williams, Tudor Mrs, Laugharne, 61

Williams, W [churchwarden Llanfihangel Abercywyn], Parcyrabbot, 1899-1909, 67

Williams, W Rev Canon [Rector], Jeffreyston, 1904, 64

Williams, Walter [Justice], 1805, 120

Williams, William [Methodist preacher], Pantycelyn, 74

Williams, William [Baptist miister], 1747-1818, 73

Williams, William John, Llanfihangel Abercywyn, 1655, 111

Wilson, --- Captain [Royal Marines], 1843, 144

Wolfe, John Morgan, Whitland, 1582-early 17th c, 29, 104, 171

Woolfe, John, 1670, 110

Wyndham, Henry Penrudducke, 1774, 149

Y Bedyddiwr [Baptist monthly newspaper], 74

Y Drysorfa [periodical], 82

Y Seren [newspaper], 74

Yates, James, Birmingham, 51

Yr Haul [magazine], 74

Yong, William John, 1670, 110

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Places

Aber Cofwy, 16

Aber Comuyn, 16

Aber Couuyn, 16

Aber Couwy, 16

Aber Cywyn, 16

Abercoran, 13

Abercownen, 36

Abercrave Parish, 66

Aberdare, 81

Aber-Henllan, 74, 75

Abernant Parish, 65, 74, 75

Adelphi Theatre/London, 115

Agincourt, 29

Allthouse farm, 172

Amgoet [commote], 27

Ammanford Parish, 65

Amroth Parish, 64

Arberth, 27

Asgard, 27

Asgood, 27, 31, 34, 73, 107, 108, 121, 172, 173

Astis [messuage], 109, 110

Astis farm, 121

Astys, 31

Australia, 134

Bala, 82

Bancyfelin, 13, 22-24, 49, 50, 56, 74-76, 82-84, 93-95, 131, 135, 156, 157, 158, 159, 160, 164, 167, 172, 174

Bancyfelin Calvinistic Methodist Chapel, 77

Bancyfelin Calvinistic Methodist Sunday School, 77, 83

Bancyfelin chapel, 24

Bancyfelin school, 92-96

Bancyfelin Sunday School, 82, 92

Bangor, 132

Bangor Cathedral, 61

Bangor College, 92

Bangor Teifi Parish, 65

Baptist Meeting House, Llanfihangel Abercywyn, 44

Barnesley, 64

Barth loyd [close], 171

Bath, 114

Bettws Bledrws Parish, 65

Bhagalpur/India Parish, 66

Birmingham, 51

Black Horse Inn, 172

Black Lion, 21, 73

Black Lion farm, 133, 171

Black Scar, 27

Blaen y Waun fach farm, 172

Blaencorse, 148

Blanwethno [grange], 103

Blewgyd, 34, 51, 132, 172

Blue Boar, The/St Clears, 129, 130,139, 141, 142, 149

Blue Boar Gate, 143, 146

Blue Boar Inn, 123

Boar's Head, The/Carmarthen, 130, 151, 152

Bodmin, 30

Bolahaul, 135

Bontddu [Black Bridge], 58, 157

Bontddu Kiln, 118

Brandy Hill, 27, 55

Brecon, 141, 144

Bristol, 115, 152

Brittany, 52

Bronwydd/Llandyssul, 174

Bronysgawen, 77, 82, 83

Brymbo/Wrexham Parish, 65

Brynybanc, 54

Burry Port Parish, 68

Bush Inn/St Clears, 152

Bwl y Seiri, 20

Bwlchnewydd, 54

Caebricks, 76

Cae'r Castell field/Pen-y-Coed, 19

Cae'r hendy field/Plasnewydd, 20

Cae'r yet Newydd farm, 172

Cantref Wartha in Dyvet, 27

Capel Llanfihangel, 77, 78

Capel Llanfihangel Sunday School, 78, 92

Capel Mair, 98

Cardiff, 64, 74, 171

Cardigan, 173

Cardyth forest [Cardiff/Caerdydd], 129, 171

Carew Parish, 64

Carhay/Cornwall, 34

Carmarthen, 13, 20, 30, 33, 36, 41, 42, 55, 57, 60, 64-67, 74, 79, 80, 83, 96, 103, 109, 110, 113, 114,117, 118, 122, 124, 125, 132-34, 138, 139, 141, 142, 151, 152, 153, 157, 160

Carmarthen college, 92

Carmarthen county, 46

Carmarthen County Gaol, 113

Carmarthen market, 117

Carmarthen Town Hall, 120, 130

Carmarthenshire, 21, 31, 32, 69, 78, 85, 88, 102, 103, 113, 174

Castell Aber Cavwy, 19

Castell Owain farm, 19, 20

Castell y Waun farm, 19, 20, 23, 171, 172, 174

Castell Ywain farm, 19, 20

Castlegosham [grange], 103

Castlemartin, 121

Cefn Mably farm, 172

Cefn Newydd farm, 77, 172

Cefnuchelgau isaf, 23

Cilfowyr, 72

Cilgerran Parish, 66

Cilgwyn farm, 34, 101,

Cilmaenllwyd Parish, 70

Cistercian Abbey/Whitland, 28, 36, 37, 55, 100, 101, 104, 119

Clare Cottage/St Clears, 134, 173

Cleden [Clydey] church, 103

Cleifion Bridge, 21, 155, 158

Cleifion Mill, 62, 67, 96, 127, 155, 172

Clunderwen, 133

Clungwyn farm, 172

Clydey Parish, 64

Clyfon Bridge, 156, 157

Clyncoch, 34

Clyvan Bridge, 109

Cock Inn, The/Carmarthen, 152

Cockett/Swansea Parish, 66

Coed Rhyyth, 23

Coedllysuchaf, 77

Commercial, The, 164

Conwil, 74

Corbeil, S S [ship], 153

Cornwall, 31, 34, 52

Corvus Inn/St Clears, 97

Cottage, The/St Clears, 133

Cowin Grove, 77

Cowyn River, 110

Craig-y-teilo, 74

Craigwen, 78

Cregerith [grange], 103

Creswell farm, 54

Crossland farm, 54

Crud-y-Wawr, 20

Cwm Bridge near Bancyfelin, 158

Cwmgwili, 33

Cwrthir, 135

Cyffig Parish, 55

Cymffrwd Parish, 65

Cynin river, 13, 16, 19, 21, 97, 118, 171

Cynwyl, 74

Cynwyl Elfed Parish, 66

Cywyn Bridge, 13, 156

Cywyn River, 13, 15, 16, 17, 156, 157

Danycoed farm, 172

Danyfforest, 23, 156, 158

Danygraig, 167

Danyrallt, 172

Ddol Fawr farm, 172

Ddol Wirion farm, 172

Ddol Woolcock, 172

Deheubarth, 20, 28

Deri Gleision, 20, 75

Derllys, 27, 131

Derry, 167

Derry Gleision, 82, 83

Derry glishon, 75, 77

Devon, 52

Dissenting Academy/Carmarthen, 80, 82

Draskeill fawr, 171

Draskell Llanyhangel, 129

Drelas, 172

Drury Lane [theatre], 33

Dryslwyn/Clunderwen, 133

Dyfed, 27

Dyfed county, 13

Dynevor Castle, 147

Efailwen, 138

Eglwys Cymin Parish, 55, 66

Eglwyscummin, 39

Eisterlowe Mill, 101

England, 85, 121, 126

Esgair farm, 172

Esgair House, 172

Eskeir Parken, 166

Ester Olef [commote], 27

Fairfield House/Llanfihangel, 22

Felinfach farm, 171

Felinfoel Parish, 64

Ferryside, 94

Fforest Cenol, 23

Fforest rhyyth, 23

Fforest-wen, 23

Fforest Wern, 23

Ffroyd [grange], 103

Florence/Italy, 115

Fox & Hounds/Bancyfelin, 24, 97, 132

Fox & Hounds farm, 172

Foxhole, 17, 32, 34, 71, 94, 111, 122,171, 172

Foxhole farm, 135

France, 125

Garddau, 133

Gardde, 73, 77, 78, 133

Gardde yn Gwern, 23

Garthginning River, 158

Gilfach farm, 101, 172

Ginning river, 21

Glandwr farm, 172

Glasfryn, 67, 106, 171, 172, 173

Glasfryn Fach farm, 172

Glasfryn School, 21, 22, 96-99

Glyntaf, 78

Godre Pant y Coed [now Parcau Bach, Llangihangel Parish], 106, 166

Golden Grove, 30

Golden Lyon, Lammas St/Carmarthen, 42

Graig cottage, 172

Graiglwyd, 172

Grange, 28, 29, 31, 32, 100, 103, 109, 171

Grazeland Farm, 54

Great Pale, 55

Grist, 27

Guildhall/Carmarthen, 116

Gwaifi, 17, 20

Gwarthaf [cantref], 27

Gwaufy farm, 172

Gwauncaegurwen Parish, 64

Hafod, 74

Hafod farm, 172

Hafod hir, 34

Hafren House, 78

Hampton Court, 31

Haverfordwest, 134, 147, 151, 152

Hen Gastell, 20, 23

Hendre farm, 132, 172

Henllan Amgoed church, 103

Henllanamgoed Parish, 64, 70

Henner Keven Troskell, 166

Heolgau/St Clears, 73

Hirwaun Brook, 55

Hobbs Point, 55

Holy Bush, 129, 172

Holywell, 52

Honey Corse, 27

House of Corrections, 161

Huddersfield, 142

Ivy Bush Hotel, The/Carmarthen, 152

Jeffreyston Parish, 64

Jesus College/Oxford, 80

Johnstown, 139

Kent, 29

Kermerdyn, 36

Keven doy fynydd, 111

Keven Ychelganysha [grange of Oysterlow], 171

Keven Yghelgau Ysgha, 23

Kidwelly, 84, 133

Kilgenawed [manor], 171

Kilgennawed [manor], 28

King Addle, 27

Kydland, 104

Kylredeyn [Cilrhedyn] church, 103

Kymwt eluyd [commote], 27

Kymwt y uelfre [commote], 27

Lambeth Library, 69

Lammas St/Carmarthen, 151

Lampeter, 125

Laugharne, 15, 17, 54, 55, 58, 61, 87, 106, 123, 131, 151, 152, 153, 171

Laugharne estuary, 27

Laugharne Marsh, 111

Laugharne Parish, 48, 60, 64, 70, 160

Leger, 74

Lively, The [ship], 1868, 152

Llainlwyd farm, 172

Llan y Gorse, 171

Llanarthney, 102

Llanbedy [Llanboidy] church, 103

Llanbenyo [Llanwinio] church, 103

Llanboidy, 144

Llandaff, 85

Llanddarog, 75, 84

Llanddarog Parish, 66

Llanddowror, 55, 70, 71, 75, 78, 81, 84, 138, 139, 147, 152, 158

Llanddowror church, 75

Llanddowror Parish, 13, 64, 66

Llandeilo, 16, 76

Llandeilo Abercywyn, 71

Llandeilo Abercywyn Church, 84

Llandeilo Abercywyn Parish, 13, 157

Llandeilo Parish, 64, 65

Llandilo Fawr, 43

Llandovery college, 92

Llandovery Parish, 66

Llandwr, 153

Llandybie Parish, 66

Llandysilio Parish, 70

Llanegwad, 84

Llanegwad Parish, 65

Llanelli Parish, 66

Llanelly, 81, 149, 160

Llanfallteg Parish, 70

Llanfihangel Abercywyn, 15, 20, 21, 22, 36, 37, 42, 54, 77, 78, 81, 84, 85, 88, 91, 97, 100, 105, 110, 121, 129, 139, 140, 158, 159, 164, 166, 167, 171

Llanfihangel Abercywyn Parish, 13, 15, 21, 28, 29, 32, 137

Llanfihangel Chapel, 21, 38

Llanfihangel Church, 36-68, 73, 79, 8096, 100, 103

Llanfihangel Church Room Road, 156

Llanfihangel Gate, 143, 144, 145, 147

Llanfihangel Parish, 37, 38, 60, 66, 67, 85, 86, 90, 104, 106, 109, 123, 129, 132, 136, 150, 157, 159

Llanfryn Fields, 170

Llanfyrnach Parish [Pembrokeshire], 159

Llangadog, 84

Llangain, 105

Llangan, 74

Llangan Parish, 64, 70

Llangathen Parish, 66

Llangeitho, 60, 82

Llangeler Parish, 64, 65, 103

Llanglydwen Parish, 66

Llangors, 75

Llangunnor, 79, 167

Llangunnor Church, 84

Llangunnor Parish, 66

Llangybi Parish, 64

Llangyndeyrn, 84

Llangynin, 125

Llangynin Parish, 13, 47, 64

Llangynog, 24, 56, 95

Llangynog Church, 58, 60, 64, 66,

Llangynog Parish, 13, 48

Llanllwch Church, 64, 66

Llanllwch Parish, 60

Llansadwrn, 84

Llanstephan, 94

Llanstephan Parish, 65, 66

Llanvernaghen [Llanfyrnach] church, 103

Llanvihangel Abercowen, 37, 40, 47

Llanwrtyd, 94

Llanwrtyd Parish, 64

Llanybri, 76

Llanybri Church, 60, 64

Llanymawddwy, 82

Llawhaden, 101, 102

Lloynrevell [grange], 103

Llwyn Crwn farm, 172

Llwyn Piod, 173

Llwyn-y-Piod, 73, 74

Llwyndrissi, 34, 35, 51, 66, 118, 132

Llwyndrysi farm, 155, 172

Llwynffortun, 83

Llwyngwair, 34, 105, 118,172

Llwynpiod farm, 34, 172

Llysonen, 51, 94

London, 94, 151, 170

London to Milford Haven road, 128

Longmoor farm, 34, 79, 80, 171

Lower Court, 19, 29, 34, 35, 70, 71, 109, 112, 119, 124, 171, 172

Lower Manarddwylan, 174

Lynn/Norfol, 73

Maen-llwyd [standing stone], 19

Maes y grove farm, 54

Maesgwrda, 131, 135

Maesllan Farm, 54, 55

Maesteilo Parish, 65

Maesycwrda Farm, 54

Manarddwylan, 77

Manerverion [grange, Llangeler parish], 103

Manor Doylan [Manarddwylan], 171, 172

Manor Doylan Ysha, 172

Manordaf, 153

Manordeifi Parish, 64, 65

Manordwylan Llanyfangel, 129

Mason's Arms, 173

Mason's cottage, 174

Meidrum, 15, 36, 37, 42, 67, 69, 70, 74, 75, 84, 86, 95, 101, 102, 106, 129, 139, 166, 171, 172,

Meidrum and Llanfihangel Abercywyn Parish, 66

Meidrum Church, 84,106

Meidrum lordship, 28

Meidrum Parish, 13, 27, 28, 37, 38, 43, 47, 64, 66, 68, 75, 83-86, 95, 104, 120, 129, 159, 166

Melin falu ar y Bryn, 24

Mermaid, The, 139, 140, 161, 174

Mermaid Gate, 139, 140, 146

Merthyr, 69, 84, 95

Merthyr Parish, 47, 95, 159

Middle Manarddwylan, 174

Milestone Hill cottage, 172

Milford, 24

Millbank farm, 24, 172

Moleston, 72

Moor House/Llanddowror, 70, 71

Morgannwg, 16

Mydrim, 39, 40

Mydrim District, 19

Mydrum, 42

Mydrum church, 84

Nantreagle farm, 171

Nantycefn House, 172

Nantyrhebog, 39

Narbeth, 131, 138, 140, 147

Neath Parish, 64

New Brighton Parish, 64

New Inn, 21

Newcastle, 129

Newcastle Emlyn, 70-72

Oban Cathedral, 65

Oernant farm, 172

Old Plough, The/Carmarthen, 152

Orielton [Pembrokeshire], 159

Osterhafn/Munster, 25

Osterlof, 28

Ouistreham/Caen, 25

Oxford, 85

Oysrehaven/Munster, 25

Oysterlow lane/Cambridge, 25

Oysterlow Manor [Ystlwyf], 25-35, 58, 100, 101, 103, 104, 110, 160, 171

Pale Farms, 55

Pant Hendre, 111

Pant Hentry farm, 172

Pant Rhos, 172

Pant y Cennin farm, 172

Pant y Coed see Godre Pant y Coed

Pant-y-Deri, 74

Pant y Dilsen farm, 172

Pantdwfn, 17, 31, 32, 34, 79, 80, 83, 107, 108, 111, 112, 119, 126, 132, 159, 171, 172

Panthenry, 129

Pantovon [marsh grounds], 171

Pantycelyn, 74

Pantygrove, 76

Pantypan House, 172

Pantyronnen, 172

Parc Cerrig Llwydion/Maes y grove Farm, 54

Parc fron Main/Maes y grove Farm, 54

Parc y Castell field, 55

Parcau Bach see Godre Pant y Coed

Parcmelyn, 173

Parcyrabbot [Parc y Abad], 28, 31, 34, 60, 67, 75, 76, 101, 121, 147, 171, 172

Parecabbit, 108

Park Main Isaf/Creswell Farm, 54

Park Meini Llwydian, 54

Park Vellin Gwint, 54

Park Y Crwys, 54

Park Y Fynnon Saint/Maesycwrda Farm, 54

Park y Graig farm, 172

Park Y Gros, 54

Park Yett y gros field, 55

Parke Bach, 172

Parke Melline, 108

Parke Neweth, 108

Pelunaewc [commote], 27

Pembrey Parish, 65

Pembroke, 94, 134

Pembroke Dock, 144

Pembrokeshire, 71, 109, 138, 145, 159

Pen-y-Coed woollen factory, 19

Penarddwylan farm, 172

Pencoed, 71

Pencoed farm, 172

Pendine, 152

Pendine Parish, 66

Penlan/Bancyfelin, 72, 160

Penlan farm, 35, 171

Penline, 50, 76, 78, 172, 173

Penline smithy, 122

Penllwynbach, 174

Penpontbren/Mydrim, 75

Penrheol, 94, 173

Penrhiw, 76

Penrhosgowin, 75

Penrhyn ar Elyas, 27

Pensarn/Carmarthen, 161

Pentewin [grange], 28

Pentre, 35, 21, 91, 129, 153

Pentre Bridge, 13, 20, 156, 157, 158

Pentre farm, 171, 172, 173

Pentre Gate, 50

Pentre Llanfihangel, 20, 21

Pentre school [private], 21, 91

Pentre Stores, 78, 153

Penuwch farm, 172

Penycoed,  140, 141, 142, 143, 146, 148

Penycoed estate, 130

Penycoed mill, 35

Penycoed mill farm, 172

Penycoed Road, 129

Pershore/Worcestershire, 73

Pibwrlwyd, 79

Picton Arms, The/Llanddowror, 152

Picton Castle, 118, 171, 174

Picton Estate, 171

Pilgrim's Church, 51-67, 116

Pilgrim's Way, 54-55

Place y gweare [messuage], 109

Plas Isaf, 76

Plas Parcau, 20

Plas y Bestran farm, 55

Plas y Gwyr Mawr, 20

Plasbach, 34, 124, 172

Plasnewydd farm, 20, 60, 124, 172

Plasygwer [Place guire], 20, 34, 78, 171, 172, 173

Plasygwere, 35, 67

Plasyparke Farm, 35, 167, 172

Plowden estate, 71, 124

Plowden Hall/Shropshire, 33, 118

Plwmbach/Kidwelly, 133

Pontcowin, 94

Pontcowin Bridge, 156, 157

Pontiarlles bridge 20

Pontoven, 108

Pontyates Parish, 65

Portland House, 67, 167

Pound, 50

Presseleu mountains 13

Pretoria, 77

Pwll Trap, 138, 140, 148

Pwll Trap Gate, 139, 140, 143, 145, 147

Pwll-y-Gravel, 77

Pwll y March, 172

Pwllygravel farm, 94, 171

Queen-Carmel/Somerset, 81

Radlandewiw [grange], 103

Railway Hotel, 50

Red Roses, 138, 139

Rhiwgwlid [Panpath], 172

Rhydwilym, 72

Rhydygoldsmith farm, 20, 34, 171

Rhyl Drydyth, 23

Richmoor, 20

Rose and Crown, The/Carmarthen, 151

Rose Cottage, 78

Royal Oak Gate, 139

Rushmoor, 20, 35, 60, 67, 85, 105, 148, 172

Russia, 87

Rydland, 23

Salem, 43, 71-73, 97

Salem Meeting House, 43

Salem Sunday School, 72,92

Sarnau, 56, 67, 75, 94, 115

Sarnau farm, 76

Sarnau Station 96

Sheaf House/Bancyfelin, 23

Ship [hotel?], 78

Sion Chapel/St Clears, 78, 79

Smith's Arms/Bancyfelin, 24, 54, 94, 95

Snowdon [mountain], 17, 18

Somerset, 81

Spilman St/Carmarthen, 116

St Clears, 13, 20, 21, 42, 45, 48, 49, 54, 55, 57, 66, 70, 72, 73, 77, 87, 98, 101, 103, 105, 113, 114,118, 123, 125, 129-31, 131, 133-36, 138-147, 150-155, 157, 158, 159, 163, 164

St Clears and Llanfihangel Abercywyn Markets, 161, 162

St Clears Bridge, 156

St Clears C P School, 169

St Clears Gate, 147

St Clears Parish, 13, 17, 47, 48, 60, 64, 66, 150

St Clears Railway Station, 51, 134, 155

St Cleers, 109

St Clement-Danes, 31

St David's, 36, 37, 39, 40, 41, 52, 54, 85

St David's Cathedral, 106

St Giles-in-the-Fields/London, 31

St Giles Parish/Middlesex, 121

St Ishmael, 84

St John the Evangelist Church/Carmarthen, 28

St Peter's Church/Carmarthen, 30, 84, 160

Stackpole Parish, 66

Strata Florida, 52

Swan Hotel, 21

Swan Inn, The/St Clears, 152

Swansea, 64, 74, 152, 167

Switzerland, 115

Tadil, 54

Taf Bridge, 140

Taf Gate, 139, 143

Tāf River, 13, 15-17, 54, 55, 60, 70, 71, 103, 122, 171

Tāf Valley, 55

Taibach, 172

Talacharn, 13, 25, 27

Talbot, The, 139

Talyfan farm, 172

Tavernspite, 55

Temperance Hotel/St Clears?, 78

Tenby, 152

Tesant Hill farm, 172

Three Compasses, The/Carmarthen, 152

Tilery river, 17

Tir Rees Y Parke Newydd, 23

Tir-y-berth Lloyd, 23

Tir-y-Coed, 23

Tithin y Sarn Bridd, 171

Towa River, 109

Trealaw/Rhondda Parish, 65

Treasgell farm, 172

Treasgell Ganol farm, 172

Treasgellnewydd farm, 172

Treaskell, 132

Trecadwgan farm, 20,  172

Trecadwgan, 67, 71, 166

Trelech Parish, 64

Tremle, 67

Trenewydd, 34, 75, 132, 171, 174

Trevaughan Gate, 140, 144 [see also Whitland Gate]

Treventy, 16, 17, 19, 28, 30-35, 54, 56-58, 60, 63, 66, 109, 110, 113, 116, 117, 118, 121, 123, 126, 136, 159, 171, 172, 173

Treventy Estate, 17, 79, 172

Treventy marsh, 171

Trinity Chapel, 21, 77, 78, 133

Trinity Chapel Sunday School, 92

Turnpike road, 129

Tyr koed [close], 171

Ty'r Owain Fawr farm, 20

Tyr y Wyne, 171

Ty'rgate, 67

Tyrenewithe [grange], 103

Velinfach Llanyhangel, 129

Velyn Vach, 171

Waun, 171, 174

Waun Farin farm, 172

Waun Newydd, 172

Waun y felin farm, 172

Waunbricks, 34, 75, 76

Waunbrix farm, 172

Waunpenpompren, 34

Waunwenallt, 77

Wayside, 172

Wembley Garage, 172

Wenallt, 22,35,  42, 67, 82, 94, 113, 132, 135, 148, 159, 172, 174

Wenallt farm, 172

Wern farm, 23, 35, 132, 172

Wernffordd, 23

Wheaten Sheaf/Bancyfelin, 24, 172

White Cottage/St Clears, 114

White Hart farm, 34, 124, 172

White Hart-Plasnewydd Road, 156

White Lion Inn/St Clears, 113

Whitland, 13, 52, 98, 100, 103138, 139, 149

Whitland Parish, 66

Whitland school, 99

Whitland Trust Road, 139, 140

Windsor, 20

Wogan, 27

Worcester, 151

Y Ddol Luyrl, 23

Yet Harn, 172

Yet Newydd, 172

Ylan Hwynt Uchaf/Maes y grove Farm, 54

Yr hen cowrth [messuage], 171

Ysgol Gruffydd Jones, 99

Ystlwy, 25

Ystlwyf, 25

Zion/St Clears, 72, 73

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Maps and Illustrations

These are listed with page numbers in the same order as in the book

Evans, D Conrad [author], flyleaf

Map of the Parish, 14

Geology map, 18

Emanuel Bowen map 1729, 23

Professor William Rees's map, 26

The parish's first Register 1672, 46

The Royal Commission on Ancient Monuments 1912 at the Pilgrims Graves (incl. Rev William Davies, Vicar, Sir Evan Vincent Evans, Sir John Rhys, Sir Edward Annwyl, Rev Dr S Hartwell Jones, Mr George Eyre Evans and Mr Edward Owen) 53

Pilgrim Church worshippers 1912

The new parish church before and after the 1915 renovation and restoration, 63

Renovation service 1973 (incl. the Lord Bishop, Vicar, Deanary, Clergy and Mr D B Lewis, Lay Reader), 65

Bancyfelin School, 93

Glasfryn School 1919, 98

Carmarthen Bank - bank note, 116

Cattle shoes made at Penline Smithy, 122

Register of poor apprentices, 126

Market day in 1900, 137

Transport from St Clears Station 1905, 155

Llanfihangel United Football Club 1930, 168

St Clears Male Voice Party 1913, 168

Delme Thomas, 169

Group Captain J Ira Jones 1929, 170

 

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[Gareth Hicks :  30 Aug 2010]

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