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Myddfai: Its Land and Peoples

By David B James, 1991

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People

-, Ann, -, -, Burial register 1793, 57

-, Ann, aged 1,-, Burial register 1792, 57

-, Ann, aged 2, -, Burial register 1792, 57

-, Catherine, aged 1, -, Burial register 1792, 57

-, Catheringe verch Thomas, wife of David ap John David, Cefnrhyddan, 1613, 103/ 223

-, Charles, aged 1, -, Burial register 1792, 57

-, David ap John David, will, Cefnrhyddan, 1613, 103/ 223

-, David John ap Rees, will, Tir overgwm, 1608, 226

-, David, -, , -, Burial register 1793, 57 (3)

-, David, aged 1, -, Burial register 1793, 57 (2)

-, Edward, aged 22, -, Burial register 1792, 57

-, Eli map Owen Goch, -, St Paul's Marble /Pentwyn farm, 1604, 22

-, Elinor, aged 31, -, Burial register 1793, 57

-, Elinor, aged 60, -, Burial register 1793, 57

-, Gwenllian, aged 27, -, Burial register 1793, 57

-, Gwenllian, aged 73, -, Burial register 1792, 57

-, Howell , Sir (graduate), Vicar of Myddfai, 1396, 130

-, Howell ap Rhydderch, lord of the manor, -, -, 87

-, Howell Thomas ap Jenkin, -, -, 1653, 53

-, John ap John and son Morgan, -, Tyr Abermydan, 1657/8, 221

-, John, -, -, Burial register 1793, 57

-, Mary, -, -, Burial register 1792, 57(2)

-, Mary, aged 13,-, Burial register 1792, 57

-, Mary, aged 4, -, Burial register 1792, 57

-, Mary, aged 75, -, Burial register 1792, 57

-, Meredydd ap Rhys, Welsh lord, -, C12/13th, 86

-, Morgan, Sir, Vicar of Myddfai, -, pre 1492, 130

-, Morris David ap Howell Bedowe, -, -, 1606, 103

-, Owen ap Rees ap David, father of Bishop Morgan Owen, Y Lasallt, c 1585, 194

-, Owen ap Thomas ap Rhodri, -, St Paul's Marble, 1378, 23

-, Owen Lawgoch, mythical hero, St Paul's Marble, -, 23

-, Rachel, aged 22, -, Burial register 1793, 57

-, Rees ap Howell, -, Tir Cwmydw, 1640, 224

-, Rees ap Ieuan Rees, -, will 1606, 49

-, Rees ap Ieuan Sir Rees, will, Tir David ap Ieuan Gronow, 1606, 103

-, Rees ap John, -, Gorllwyn, pre 1691, 227

-, Rees David ap John, -, Mothvey, 1755, 89

-, Rees, aged 2, -, Burial register 1792, 57

-, Reynold ap Rhys, Vicar of Myddfai, -, 1535, 130

-, Rhiwallon, mediciner to king's court, -, C13th ?, 38

-, Rhydderch ap Rhys-Rhydderch ap Gwilym ap Griffith ab Howel, Vicar of Myddfai, -, -, 130

-, Rhys ap David, -, Myddfai, pre 1585, 194

-, Rhys ap Gruffydd ap Rhys, -, -, pre 1234, 38

-, Rhys Grug, Welsh lord, -, C12/13th, 86

-, Rowland, aged 22,-, Burial Registers 1792, 57

-, Sir Rees ap Ieuan, Vicar of Myddfai, -, 1492, 130

-, Sir Rhys ap Thomas, lord of the manor, -, 1531, 87

-, Walter, aged 2,-, Burial register 1792, 57

Adams, Frederick, gamekeeper, Cilgwyn, 1893, 78

Arbuckle, family, -, Dol Garreg, -, 225

Armstrong, T H Rev, clergyman, -, marriage group 1930s?, 174

Armstrong, T H Rev, minister, Bethania, 1936, 143

Audley, family name Tuchet, barons, -, C14/15th, 87

Ayres, - Captain, tenant, Cilgwyn, -, 75

Bacon, Sir Francis, lord of the manor, -, 1617, 87

Barnes, Gwynne Sedley, chauffer ?, Cilgwyn, 1914, 251

Bate, Josias -, White Hart/Trecastle, 1771, 167/ 264n

Bayly, Thomas Rev, Vicar of Myddfai, -, 1565, 130

Beck, Thomas, Bishop, St Davids, 1284 ?, 122

Benjamin, William, -, Cefengwrych isaf, poor relief assessment 1830, 247

Benjamin, William, -, Cynnill, poor relief assessment 1830, 248

Bennett, family, -, Dol Garreg, -, 225

Bevan, Bridget (dau of John Vaughan, Derllys), educationalist, -, -, 161

Bevan, Thomas Jenkin, -, -, 1653, 53

Beynon, David, pudler aged 27, left Myddfai for Merthyr Tydfil, by 1851, 62

Beynon, Morgan & wife Elizabeth (Lewis), -, -, 1745, 93

Beynon, Morgan, churchwarden's account book, -, 1729-30, 131

Beynon, Thomas, aged 82, -, Burial register 1793, 57

Bishop, - Miss, -, Darren, poor relief assessment 1830, 249

Bishop, - Mr, -, Cwmrhyddan, -, 164

Bishop, - Mrs, -, Penrock, -, 75

Bishop, - Mrs, -, Troedyrhiw, poor relief assessment 1830, 249

Bishop, Charles, -, Dolgarreg, landowner 1839, 69/ 224

Bishop, family, -, Dolgarreg, -, 40/ 225

Bishop, Gwenllian, owner, Esgairfeithgen, 1839, 225

Bishop, J R Esq, -, Dolgarreg, poor relief assessment 1830, 248

Bishop, J R, Justice of the Peace ?,  Dolgarreg, 1812/1819, 46/ 48

Bishop, John Rees & Gwenllian, -, Dolgarreg, 1816, 91/ 92

Bishop, John Rees Esq, -, Penglasallt/Atheth/Caewalterdy/Glantowy, poor relief assessment 1830, 248

Bishop, Mary, aged 4 ?, -, Burial register 1796, 56

Bishop, the Misses, Dolgarreg, 1873, 170

Bishop, William, -,-, Burial register 1792, 57

Blackes, Farnham, gamekeeper, Scotland Lodge, 1881, 78

Boundy, -, lead miner, village, 1861/71, 186

Bowen, David, -, Cwmydw, Churchwarden's accounts 1818/1819/1854, 46/ 224

Bowen, David, -, Cwmydw, poor relief assessment 1830, 248

Bowen, David, landlord, Plough Inn, 1835, 45

Bowen, family -, Cwmydw, -, 224

Bowen, Owen, gent, Cwmydw, 1757, 89

Bowen, Richard, -, Llandovery/Llangadog, Churchwarden's accounts 1818/19, 48

Bowen, Thomas, landlord, Plough Inn, c 1860s, 180

Bowen, William Mr, -, Mothvey, 1761, 89

Bowens, John, -, Cwmydw, 1848, 259n

Bree, G N Rev, clergyman, -, -, 203

Bree, R N Rev, clergyman, Llwynwormwood, 1850/5, 75

Bryer, Herbert Leslie, -, Caeshenkin, 1920s, 251

Bulley, - Mr, clergyman/tenant, Cilgwyn, -, 75

Burgess, Thomas, bishop, St David's, 1803-1825, 23

Butcher, William, -, -, Churchwarden's accounts 1818/19, 46

Campbell, William, parish councillor, Trawslwyndu, 1894, 161

Campbell-Davys, - Miss, Neuadd, 1873, 170

Cawdor, Earl, lord of the manor, Stackpole Court, 1921, 165

Cawdor, Earls of, lords of the manor, -, 1804-1922, 87/ 91/ 225

Charles, John, tin smith, -, 1807, 48

Charles, Mary, -, -, Churchwarden's accounts 1823, 49

Charles, Thomas, -, Bala, -, 152

Clement, Walter Reginald, -, Llwynjack, 1929, 251

Clive family, -, tenants, Llwynwormwood, -, 75

Close, John, gamekeeper, Llwynwormwood, 1871, 78

Como, Ceridwen (Thomas) Mrs, asst teacher, Myddfai, 1947, 154

Cooper, Mair Mrs, asst teacher/head teacher, Myddfai, 1977/89, 154

Cornwall, - Mr, -,  -, landowner in 1742, 65

Crawshay, Alfred and Jessy, tenants, Llwynwormwood, -, 75

Cuny, Gordon Miss, bride, -, 1891, 80

Curtis, John, -, Bailicelyn, poor relief assessment 1830, 247

Cwmbran Mining Company, -, -, Caesarah lead mine, 1850s?, 187

Dafydd, Dafydd Morgan & dau Ruth (aka David Davies), stonemason, Ynyswen & Gollenwen, -, 141/ 145

Daniel, David, aged 1, -, Burial register 1796, 56

Daniel, Davy, lead miner, Gilfach/Nantyrhiddyl, 1769-72, 187

Daniel, Rees, -, Gimlet Hall, poor relief assessment 1830, 249

Daniel, Rees, farmer, Gimlet Hall, 1839, 226

David, David J, -, Troedyrhiw, poor relief assessment 1830, 247

David, David John Wiliam, bridegroom, -, 1745, 137

David, David John William, Methodist minister, Myddfai, 1745, 140

David, Elen, inquest, -, 1659, 96

David, Ester, -, -, Churchwarden's accounts 1818/19, 46

David, Evan, -, Lower house, poor relief assessment 1830, 248

David, Isaac, -, Penyrhock, poor relief assessment 1830, 249

David, Jeffrey, -, -, -, 90

David, Jenkin, -, Devynock, 1755, 89

David, Jeremiah, sheep stealer, -, -, 95

David, John, -, -, will 1722, 50

David, Lewis (churchwarden), churchwarden's account book, -, 1729-30, 132

David, Lewis, -, Lower house, poor relief assessment 1830, 248

David, Martha, -, New Building, poor relief assessment 1830, 248

David, Mary, aged 63, -, Burial register 1796, 56

David, Rees, -, court leet, 1776, 90

David, Thomas, -, Blaenydw, poor relief assessment 1830, 248

David, Thomas, gentleman, Dol Howell, 1756, 91

David, Timothy, inquest, -, 1777, 96

David, Walter, aged 50, -, Burial register 1796, 56

David, William Thomas, -, -, 1774, 184

David, William, -, Glantowy, poor relief assessment 1830, 249

David, William, aged 82,-, Burial register 1792, 57

Davies, - Miss, eisteddfod, Llwynrhicet, 1896, 171

Davies, - Mr (Proctor), churchwarden's account book, -, 1729-30, 132

Davies, -, -, Cwmcowddu, 1791, 162

Davies, Benjamin Emlyn, head teacher, Myddfai, 1940-49, 154

Davies, Benjamin, -, New Building, poor relief assessment 1830, 248

Davies, D Rev, congregational minister, Tynllwyn, -, 141

Davies, D T, minister, Bethania, 1950-55, 143

Davies, D, eisteddfod, Brynhelig, 1896, 171

Davies, Daniel, -, Llwyniar, 1954, 168

Davies, Daniel, -, Tyrycwrt, poor relief assessment 1830, 247

Davies, Daniel, community council, Llwyniar, 1974, 166

Davies, David & Elizabeth, congregational minister, Sardis/Seion, 1838, 139

Davies, David Mr, -, Gwaunberllan, poor relief assessment 1830, 247

Davies, David Mr, -, Tyisha (Tynewydd), poor relief assessment 1830, 247

Davies, David, -, Darren, poor relief assessment 1830, 249

Davies, David, -, Esgairfeithgen, poor relief assessment 1830, 247

Davies, David, -, Gollenwen, poor relief assessment 1830, 249

Davies, David, -, Goyallt, poor relief assessment 1830, 247

Davies, David, -, Llwynrhicet, 1891, 167

Davies, David, -, Lower house, poor relief assessment 1830, 248

Davies, David, farmer, Esgairfeithgen, 1839, 225

Davies, David, farmer, Fergwm, 1839, 226

Davies, David, farmer, Goyallt, 1839, 227

Davies, David, farmer, Rhyblid, -, 147/ 148

Davies, David, farmer, Rhyblid, 1925-40, 117

Davies, David, land surveyor, -, 1839, 136

Davies, David, parish delegate, Rhyblid, 1921, 165

Davies, David, plasterer, -, 1891, 80

Davies, David, poacher, -, -, 78

Davies, David, preacher, Llangeler, after 1794-1838, 138

Davies, David, servant, Garregfelen, 1846, 175

Davies, Elfyn, -, Bedlwyncoch, marriage group 1930s?, 174

Davies, Elfyn, beadle, Trichwmwl, -, 182

Davies, Elinor, -, -, Churchwarden's accounts 1818/19, 46

Davies, Evan (Ianto Fullpelt), farmer, Penhill, 1925-40, 118

Davies, Evan, -, Llannerchgoch, poor relief assessment 1830, 247

Davies, Evan, -, Nantllwyd later Aberdyfnant/Llanddeusant, -, 107

Davies, Evan, farmer, Llannerchgoch, 1839, 228

Davies, Evan, timber man ?, Goyallt, -, 99

Davies, Evans, -, Aberdyfnant, 1920s, 81

Davies, Francis, burgler, -, -, 95

Davies, Howell, gamekeeper, Llwynwormwod Lodge, -, 78

Davies, Isaac, apprentice builder, of Cilgwyn, 1864, 79

Davies, J Ellis, minister, Bethania, 1966-1980, 143

Davies, John C, community council, -, 1974, 166

Davies, John G, -, Ysguborfawr, -, 126

Davies, John Rev, minister, Pandy, 1878, 40

Davies, John, -, Tynllwyn, 1861, 81

Davies, Lemuel & David, Myddfai Drama Party, Brynhelyg, 1920, 170

Davies, Lewis, -, Esgairlaethdy, 1954, 168

Davies, Lewis, home guard, Esgairllaethdy, WWII, 189/ 190

Davies, Mary and Gwen, bidding letter, Gellyfelen, 1871, 173

Davies, Mary Durance Miss, pupil teacher, Myddfai, 1891/2-1942, 154/ 155

Davies, Mary Durance, -, -, -, 187

Davies, May Durance Miss, teacher, Myddfai, 1890s?, 50/ 51

Davies, May, -, Bedlwyncoch, marriage group 1930s?, 174

Davies, Morgan, -, Gorllwyn fawr, 1891, 80/ 82

Davies, Morgan, farmer, Rhyblid, 1896, 74

Davies, Morgan, parish councillor, Gorllwynfawr, 1894, 161

Davies, Nellie, Myddfai Drama Party, Cefngoleu, 1920, 170

Davies, Rees, -, Cefngarreg, 1910?, 115

Davies, Rees, farmer, Ysguborfawr, 1839, 232

Davies, Rhys, -, -, 1793, 133

Davies, Saunders, high sheriff, Glasallt, 1861, 81

Davies, T Gwenlais, eisteddfod, Llandovery, 1896, 171

Davies, T Oswald, minister, Bethania, 1957-65, 143

Davies, Thomas & Nellie, -, Cefngoleu, marriage group 1930s?, 174

Davies, Thomas, -, Brecon town, -, 73

Davies, Thomas, churchwarden's account book, Llandovery, 1729-30, 132

Davies, Thomas, head teacher, Myddfai, 1807/09,154

Davies, Tom, parish delegate, Penlan, 1921, 165

Davies, W Emlyn Rev, vicar, Myddfai, 1952, 14

Davies, Walter Emlyn, Vicar of Myddfai, -, 1938-58, 130

Davies, William & Morgan & David, Myddfai Drama Party, Cefncerrig, 1920, 170

Davies, William George, head teacher, Myddfai, 1881, 154

Davies, William John, head teacher, Myddfai, 1967-76, 154

Davies, William, farmer, Cefngole, 1925-40?, 119

Durance, - Mr, parish attendance officer, Myddfai, 1891, 158

Durance, John jnr, engine driver, lead mine, 1861/71, 186

Durance, John, -, Llwynricet, 1891, 80

Durance, John, landlord, Kings Head, 1835/60, 76/ 180

Dyer, James, court, Tyngarn ?, 1890, 99

Dyer, John, Myddfai Drama Party, -, 1920, 170

Dyer, Kate, Myddfai Drama Party, Pentwyn, 1920, 170

Dyer, Lizzie & Hannah, Myddfai Drama Party, Pentwyn, 1920, 170

Dyer, Tom, Myddfai Drama Party, Pentwyn, 1920, 170

Edward, David, inquest, -, 1801, 96

Edward, Isaac, servant, Blaendynfich, 1825, 94

Edwards, Henry, gamekeeper, Scotland Lodge, 1901, 78

Edwards, John, -, Coedca, poor relief assessment 1830, 248

Edwards, Lewis, farmer, Myddfai, 1823, 139

English, A, head teacher, Myddfai, 1915, 154

Evan, Margaret, -, Glasallt, 1659, 70

Evan, Margaret, inquest, -, 1659, 96

Evan, Rees David, aged 32, -, Burial register 1793, 57

Evan, Rees Thomas (Carpenter), churchwarden's account book, -, 1729-30, 131

Evan, Rees, lead miner, Gilfach/Nantyrhiddyl, 1769-72, 187

Evan, Thomas, father of Rev John Thomas ?, -, 1730, 197

Evan, William, -, New Building, poor relief assessment 1830, 248

Evans, - Miss, -, Post Office, 1891, 80

Evans, - Mrs, parochial council, Vicarage, 1920, 137

Evans, -, -, Tynllwyn, 1891, 167

Evans, D J Rev, vicar at Myddfai Drama Party, -, 1920, 170

Evans, David Jonathan, Vicar of Myddfai, -, 1914-21, 130

Evans, David, engine driver, lead mine, 1861/71, 186/ 265n

Evans, E A Miss, -, Post Office, 1890s?, 154

Evans, Evan Price, parish councillor, Glasallt, 1894, 161

Evans, Evan, -, Cwmcowddu, poor relief assessment 1830, 248

Evans, Evan, church warden, Myddfai, 1823-4, 131

Evans, Evan, farmer, Cwmcowddu, 1839, 224

Evans, Evan, gamekeeper, Tirlan, 1881, 78

Evans, Gwynfor, -, -, -, 125

Evans, Herbert and Anne, -, Highmead/Lampeter, -, 202

Evans, John, farmer, Llanddeusant, 1781, 95

Evans, John, tiler, Myddfai, 1843, 258n

Evans, Joseph, -, -, 1807, 48

Evans, Margaret, widow aged 47, left Myddfai for Merthyr Tydfil, by 1851, 62

Evans, Margaretta. Second wife of Sir George Griffies, Highmead.Lampeter, -, 202

Evans, Morlais Rev, clergyman, -, marriage group 1930s?, 174

Evans, Morlais, congregational minister, Myddfai, 1937, 139

Evans, Rees, -, New Building, poor relief assessment 1830, 248

Evans, Sarah Miss, asst overseer, Post Office, 1895, 161

Evans, Thomas, -, Cwmcowddu, 1844, 106

Evans, Thomas, grocer, village, 1876/9, 265n

Evans, William, -, Porthyrhyd, poor relief assessment 1830, 247

Evans, William, farmer, Merdy Bach, 1839, 229

Francis, Thomas, minister, Tithe, poor relief assessment 1830, 249

Francis, Thomas, Vicar of Myddfai, -, 1818, 130

Francis, William, farmer, Cynill Bach, -, 72

Fuller, Thomas, lead mines, London, 1854, 186

Fullwood, Vincent, glazier, -, 1692, 108

Gamble, Charles, gamekeeper, Cilgwyn, 1893, 78

George, family, -, Aberhynwen fach, 1806-1947, 221

George, Griffith, -, Aberhenwen, poor relief assessment 1830, 248

George, John, -, Gellyfelen, poor relief assessment 1830, 247

George, Margaret, widow aged 39, left Myddfai for Merthyr Tydfil, by 1851, 62

Gibbins, - Major, home guard, Clynsaer/Cynghordy, WWII, 189

Gibson, Henry, owner, Great Welsh Silver Lead Mine, 1851, 186

Giffard, John and dau Katherine de Audley, lords of the manor, 1282+, 87

Goode, William, tithe map, Llangadog, 1839, 136

Graves - Sawle, Juliana, dau of Sir Erasmus Williams, -, 1870, 204

Green, James, gamekeeper, Scotland Lodge, 1841, 78

Greening, George, gamekeeper, Trefenty Keepers Lodge, 1861, 78

Griffies, Anna, dau of John Griffies, Coed/Llandyfaelog, 1700s, 201

Griffies, Sir George, nephew of Anna, Llwynwormwood, -, 201/ 202

Griffith, David, -, -, 1750, 92

Griffith, H Jones, minister, Bethania, 1944-48, 143

Griffith, Lewis widow of, -, Drenewydd, poor relief assessment 1830, 248

Griffith, Lewis, -, -, Churchwarden's accounts 1818/19, 47

Griffith, Rees, -, -, 1732, 129

Griffith, Rees, Vicar of Myddfai, -, pre 1654, 130

Griffiths, David, Vicar of Myddfai, -, 1871-76, 130

Griffiths, Evan, curate, Llangadog, 1744, 93

Griffiths, Hetty Deborah Rand, wife of T W Rogers, Blaencwm?, c 1923, 222

Griffiths, John, farmer, Cefnrhyddan, 1839, 223

Griffiths, John, Myddfai Drama Party, Goleugoed, 1920, 170

Griffiths, Price, Vicar of Myddfai, -, 1673, 130

Griffiths, Thomas, parochial council, Pistyll, 1920, 137

Grubb, Caroline , wife to Sir Erasmus Williams, Windsor, 1819, 202

Grug, Rhys, -, Cantref Bychan, 1234, 38

Gwillim, Rhydderch, -, Moythfa, 1317, 173

Gwyn, Sackville, -, Glanbran, C17th ?, 70

Gwyn, Sackville, magistrate ?, -, 1832, 97

Gwyn-Holford, -, -, Cilgwyn, -, 78/ 153

Gwyn-Holford, James and Mrs, -, Cilgwyn, -, 79/ 80/ 260n

Gwynne Holford family,-,-,-,-, 123

Gwynne, Anna Maria Elinora Miss, dau of Roderick Gwynne of Glanbran, -, -, 223/ 260n

Gwynne, David Charles Sackville (Major), bridegroom, Cilgwyn, 1891/1944, 80/ 82/ 223

Gwynne, Frederick Sackville, owner, Merdy bach & Glanbran, 1839, 229

Gwynne, Roderick, -, Glanbran/Llanfairarybryn, -, 70

Gwynne-Holford, - Mrs, -, Cilgwyn, -, 74

Gwynne-Holford, James Price, Major ?, Cilgwyn, landowner 1839, 69/ 70/ 168/ 223

Hall, Thomas, gamekeeper, Cilgwyn, 1896, 78

Harries, Henry and Anne (Davies), bidding letter, Cwmclyd, 1871, 173

Harries, Margaret, -, Rhock, poor relief assessment 1830, 248

Harris, Howel, Methodist preacher, Trefecca, 1739/1750-90, 40/ 140/ 144/180/ 198/ 199

Harry, Morgan, churchwarden's account book, -, 1729-30, 131

Heller, Robert, labourer/transported, -, -, 97

Hensberg, James Raymond, gamekeeper, Cwmgary, 1818, 78

Hill, J J, head teacher, Myddfai, 1891, 158

Hill, John James, head teacher, Myddfai, 1887-1899, 154

Holford, J J jnr, -,  Cilgwyn, 1825, 21/ 22/ 23

Holford, J J Mr, squire, Cilgwyn, -, 16, 21/ 129/ 223

Holford, J P Esq, Kilgwyn/Kilgwyn Mill/ Bailiryn/ Pistyllgwyn/ Llwynifanfeddig/ Goleugoed, poor relief assessment 1830, 248

Holford, Josiah, -, Cilgwyn, 1835, 50

Howarth, Edward Mainwaring Davies, -, -, 1770, 94

Howell, Jenkin G, -, -, Churchwarden's accounts 1818/19, 46

Howells, David B, head teacher, Myddfai, 1952-67, 154

Howells, David, community council, -, 1974, 166

Hoyle, G H, head teacher, Myddfai, 1899-1902, 154

Hughes, -, dau of Thomas,-, Burial register 1796, 56

Hughes, Emrys, -, Tirpaun, marriage group 1930s?, 174

Hughes, Herbert, Vicar of Myddfai, -, 1898-1914, 130

Hughes, James, -, -, 1818?, 51/ 259n

Hughes, John, Myddfai Drama Party, Cwmbran, 1920, 170

Hughes, Katie, Myddfai Drama Party, Cwmbran, 1920, 170

Hughes, Thomas, -, Hollybush, early C20th, 163

Hughes, Thomas, -, New Building, poor relief assessment 1830, 248

Hughes, Tom, parochial council, Hollybush, 1920, 137

Hughes, W Tryfan, congregational minister, Myddfai, 1951, 139

Humphreys, Lewis Patagonia, congregational minister, Myddfai, 1872, 139/ 140

Ifan, Jethro Dafydd, -, Llanddeusant, 1750s?, 198

Ingram, James, court, Tyngarn ?, 1890, 99

Ingram, James, landlord, Plough, 1914, 163

Ingram, John, coachman, Dolgarreg, 1847, 88

Isaac, Morris, bridegroom, -, 1929, 80

Isaac, Morris, tractor dealer, Blaencwm, 1928/ 1948?, 113/ 222/ 251

Isaac, Thomas, -, Glantowy isaf, poor relief assessment 1830, 248

James, D, shepherd, Ysguborfawr, 1910, 183

James, Daniel, curate, Myddfai, 1806, 130

James, David, -, Bwchyrhiw, poor relief assessment 1830, 247

James, David, -, Pentre ucha, marriage group 1930s?, 174

James, David, parish councillor, Ysguborfawr, 1894, 161

James, Gwenlais Miss, asst teacher, Myddfai, 1952, 154

James, Gwyn A, -, -, -, 125

James, Ivor, -, Tyngarn, marriage group 1930s?, 174

James, Ivor, parish council chair, -, 1950, 166

James, John, -, Cwmene, poor relief assessment 1830, 248

James, Morgan Lewis, -, Ysguborfawr, 1930, 251

James, Morgan, -, Ysguborfawr, marriage group 1930s?, 174

James, Rees widow of, -, Dolgoch, poor relief assessment 1830, 247

James, Samuel William, -, Myddfai, 1766, 90

Jeffrey, William, bridegroom, -, 1757, 89

Jeffreys, Mary, -, Col, poor relief assessment 1830, 247

Jeffreys, William, -, -, -, 90

Jeffreys, William, -, Gorllwyn fach, poor relief assessment 1830, 249

Jenkin, Griffith, -, -, 1732, 129

Jenkin, Morgan, -, -, Churchwarden's accounts 1818/19, 46

Jenkin, Morgan, church warden/overseer, Myddfai, 1729-30, 131

Jenkin, Thomas, -, -, Churchwarden's accounts 1818/19, 46

Jenkin, William Morgan, aged 18, -, Burial register 1792, 57

Jenkins, David, minister, Brychcoed/Devenock, 1823, 138

Jenkins, John, proprtr of houses aged 45, left Myddfai for Merthyr Tydfil, by 1851, 62

Jenkins, William (wife Charlott), shoemaker aged 31, left Myddfai for Merthyr Tydfil, by 1851, 62

Jenkinson, Robert Henry, -, -, 1827, 133

Jeremiah, David, inquest, -, 1827, 96

John (Jones), Sir Thomas, lord of the manor, -, -, 87

John ?, Jane ?, aged 1, -, Burial register 1796, 56

John, Ann David, -, -, Churchwarden's accounts 1820s ?, 49

John, David, churchwarden's account book, -, 1729-30, 131

John, family, -, Dol Garreg, -, 225

John, Gwenllian, housekeeper, Cefnrhyddan ?, 1781, 95

John, Harry, churchwarden's account book, -, 1729-30, 132

John, Howell, churchwarden's account book, -, 1729-30, 131

John, Morgan, churchwarden's account book, -, 1729-30, 131

John, Thomas (pensioner), churchwarden's account book, -, 1729-30, 131/ 132

John, Thomas G, -, Pentregronw, poor relief assessment 1830, 247

John, Thomas Thomas, aged 13, -, Burial register 1792, 57

Johns, -, lead miner, village, 1861/71, 186

Jones, - Mrs, -, Glasallt fach, poor relief assessment 1830, 249

Jones, Benjamin, -, -, Churchwarden's accounts 1818/19, 46

Jones, D E Major, -, -, 1877, 169

Jones, Daniel Mr, -, Tynycoed, poor relief assessment 1830, 249

Jones, Daniel, -, Garregfechan/Llanwrda, -, 40

Jones, Daniel, bankrupt farmer, Hafod Fawr, 1862, 98

Jones, David Lewis, Vicar of Myddfai. -, 1850-70, 130

Jones, David, -, Hafod, -, 107

Jones, David, -, Hafod, early C20th, 163

Jones, David, -, Pantygaseg, poor relief assessment 1830, 249

Jones, David, -, Tyrbach, poor relief assessment 1830, 247

Jones, David, burgler, -, -, 95

Jones, David, home guard, Tymelyn, WWII, 189/ 190

Jones, David, inn keeper, Black Cock, 1839, 221

Jones, David, surgeon, Mothvey, 1719, 39/ 40/ 259n

Jones, DTM, solicitors, Llandovery, 1856/67, 98

Jones, Edward Esq, -, Felindre/Llandovery, 1860s?, 155

Jones, Edward, -, Felindre/Llandovery, landowner 1839, 69/ 221/ 228/ 230

Jones, Eleanora ?, aged 1, -, Burial register 1796, 56

Jones, Elinor, -, Cilgwyn, 1770, 94/ 261n

Jones, Elizabeth Miss, bride, Llanfynydd, 1767, 199

Jones, Evan A, congregational minister, Myddfai, 1852, 139

Jones, Evan, -, Blaenycwm, poor relief assessment 1830, 247

Jones, Evan, Vicar of Myddfai, -, 1685-94, 130

Jones, Ewart, -, Llwynmeredydd, 1954, 164/ 168

Jones, George, -, Ystrad/Llandovery, 1871, 140

Jones, Griffith Rev, minister, Llanddowror, -, 151/ 152/ 198

Jones, Howell, inquest, -, 1813, 96

Jones, James son of John, Vicar of Myddfai, -, 1673-84, 130

Jones, James, collier aged 45, left Myddfai for Merthyr Tydfil, by 1851, 62

Jones, James, vicar, -, 1684, 127

Jones, James, vicar, Myddfai, 1839 Tithe Map, 673-1684, 40

Jones, Jane & sons & daughters, removal order, Myddfai to Llywel, 1832, 97

Jones, John, -, Porthyrhyd, poor relief assessment 1830, 247

Jones, John, -, Tyrypentre etc, poor relief assessment 1830, 247

Jones, John, Doctor, Llandingat, 1739, 40/ 259n

Jones, John, farmer, Blackcock, -, 72/ 73

Jones, John, gamekeeper, Cwnc, 1891, 78

Jones, John, head teacher, Tymelyn/Myddfai, 1928-40, 154/ 155

Jones, John, surgeon, -, 1740, 89/ 259n

Jones, John, surgeon, Llandovery, 1781, 95

Jones, John, toll gate, Penrock, 1782, 162

Jones, Kevin, sheep shearing, -, 1987, 119

Jones, Lewis T, -, -, -, 126

Jones, Lewis, -, Llwynmeredydd, -, 80/ 82

Jones, Lewis, -, Wernyfed, poor relief assessment 1830, 248

Jones, Lewis, owner, Cefn Golau farm, 1839, 223

Jones, M, -, Caepantyrefel, poor relief assessment 1830, 247

Jones, M, shepherd, Llanerchgoch, 1910, 183

Jones, Margaret, dau of John D Rees, Ty Issa, C17th, 40

Jones, Mary and children, removal order, Myddfai to Llandeilo, -, 97

Jones, Mary Ann, Myddfai Drama Party, Van, 1920, 170

Jones, Morgan Mr, headmaster, Myddfai, 1846, 153/ 154

Jones, Morgan, -, -, Churchwarden's accounts 1818/19, 46

Jones, Morgan, churchwarden, Myddfai, 1818/19, 45/ 46

Jones, Morgan, Vicar of Myddfai, Chalfont St Giles, 1777-1801, 130

Jones, Rees, tanner, Dol Garreg, 1785, 225

Jones, Rita Mrs, -, -, -, 126

Jones, Roland F, -, -, -, 126

Jones, Roland, district council, Cefncerrig, 1974, 166

Jones, Rowland, apprentice, -, -, Churchwarden's accounts 1818/19 ?, 47

Jones, S A Miss, asst teacher, Hafod, after 1922 ?, 154

Jones, Sally, literary concert, Gorllwyn fach, 1939, 172

Jones, Stephen, -, Ystrad, landowner 1839, 69/ 225/ 226

Jones, Thomas Edwin, head teacher, Myddfai, 1922-26, 154

Jones, Thomas Mr, -, Darren, poor relief assessment 1830, 249

Jones, Thomas widow, -, -, Churchwarden's accounts 1818/19, 46

Jones, Thomas, -, -, 1896, 163

Jones, Thomas, -, -, Churchwarden's accounts 1818/19, 46/ 47

Jones, Thomas, -, Hafod, 1731-56, 137

Jones, Thomas, -, Llwynmeredydd, 1895, 13/ 167

Jones, Thomas, -, Pentre House, marriage group 1930s?, 174

Jones, Thomas, -, Pentwyn ucha, poor relief assessment 1830, 247

Jones, Thomas, -, Tyngarn, -, 128

Jones, Thomas, -, Tynygarn, poor relief assessment 1830, 247

Jones, Thomas, burgler, -, -, 95

Jones, Thomas, farmer, Llwynmeredydd, 1890, 79/ 80/ 82

Jones, Thomas, farmer, Ysguborfawr, 1796, 73

Jones, Thomas, parish delegate, Llwynmeredydd, 1921, 165

Jones, Tudor O, head teacher Cwmdwr, Hafod, 1969, 155

Jones, Tudor Olwyn, -, Blaencwm/Cwmdwr/Llandovery, 1929, 251

Jones, Watkin, labourer/transported, -, -, 97

Jones, William J, congregational minister, Myddfai, 1925, 139

Jones, William, parish constable, -, 1818?, 51

Jones, William, farmer, Glasallt Fach, 1839, 227

Jones, William, mason aged 36, left Myddfai for Merthyr Tydfil, by 1851, 62

Jones, William, parish councillor, Llwynrhicet fach, 1894, 161

King Edward I, -, -, -, 1284, 122

Land, William, gamekeeper, Llwynybrain, 1890, 78

Laud, William, Bishop of St David's, -, -, 194/ 195

Lewis, Morgan John, -, Tir Morgan ap Rickard, 1615, 229

Lewis, - Esq, -, Tithe, poor relief assessment 1830, 249

Lewis, - Miss, parochial council, Church House, 1920, 137

Lewis, Benjamin and his Cilgwyn antecedents, gent, Cilgwyn, 1699, 70/ 88/ 223

Lewis, Benjamin, farmer aged 76, -, Burial register 1796, 56

Lewis, Benjamin, inquest, -, 1659, 96

Lewis, Charles, farmer, Dagfa, 1839, 225

Lewis, D G Miss, -, -, -, 125

Lewis, Daniel Thomas, -, Llwynwormwood, 1924, 251

Lewis, Daniel, parish councillor, Cefncerrig, 1894, 161

Lewis, David and dau Magdalen, gentleman, -, 1761, 89

Lewis, David J, school master, Myddfai National school, 1860-70, 153/ 154

Lewis, David James, head teacher, Myrtle Hill/Myddfai, 1861/71, 154

Lewis, David Morgan, -, Myddfai, 1766, 90

Lewis, David Mr, -, Llettyifandde, poor relief assessment 1830, 249

Lewis, David, -, -, 1826, 184

Lewis, David, -, Nant etc, poor relief assessment 1830, 249

Lewis, David, attorney at law, Cilgwyn, pre 1699, 70/ 71

Lewis, David, gent, Cilgwyn, -, 108

Lewis, David, owner, Cefnrhyddan, late C17th, 223

Lewis, David, owner, Esgairllaethdy, 1839, 225

Lewis, David, parish clerk, Square & Compass, -, 180

Lewis, David, steward, Lletyifanddu, 1818?, 51

Lewis, Denzil, casualty, Penrhiw ucha/Llanddeusant, WWII, 190

Lewis, DWP, parochial council, Llettyfandde, 1920, 137

Lewis, E Capt., late Buffs, -, 1877, 169

Lewis, Elizabeth Miss, -, Glasallt, 1823, 138/ 139

Lewis, Gwen, -, Lletyfanddu, 1868, 154

Lewis, Jane, wife of Sir George Griffies, Tredefed PEM, -, 202

Lewis, John, -, -, Churchwarden's accounts 1823, 49

Lewis, John, -, Cwmnantboidy, poor relief assessment 1830, 247

Lewis, John, blacksmith aged 22, left Myddfai for Merthyr Tydfil, by 1851, 62

Lewis, John, farmer, Cefn golau, 1839, 223

Lewis, Lewis P, -, Llettyifandde, -, 164

Lewis, Lewis, -, -, Churchwarden's accounts 1818/19, 46/ 47

Lewis, Lewis, -, Cefngole, poor relief assessment 1830, 247

Lewis, Lewis, -, Cefnrhyddan & Merthyr Tydfil, 1799-1876, 50

Lewis, Lewis, -, Lletyifanddu, landowner 1839, 69/ 223/ 228

Lewis, Lewis, -, Tyrygraig, poor relief assessment 1830, 247

Lewis, Lewis, court leet steward, -, 1780, 90

Lewis, Lewis, gentleman, Llettyifanddu, 1781, 95

Lewis, Morgan, churchwarden's account book, -, 1729-30, 132

Lewis, Ramsey Latimer-Phillips, Vicar of Myddfai, -, 1921-37, 130

Lewis, Rees, clerk, -, will 1692, 50

Lewis, Rees, farmer, Myddfai, 1823, 139

Lewis, Robert, -, Glasallt estate, landowner 1839, 69/ 227

Lewis, Thomas, Vicar of Myddfai, -, 1695-1717, 130

Lewis, William, wedding, Garreglefen, 1845, 174

Llewellin, Thomas, -, Breconshire, 1643, 196

Llewellyn, Lewis Dafydd, tenant farmer, -, 1770, 94

Lloyd, - Capt, -, Glansevin, 1873, 170

Lloyd, - Mr, -, Glansevin, 1770, 94

Lloyd, - Mrs, -, Bristol Terrace, early C20th, 163

Lloyd, - Mrs, -, Mandinam, poor relief assessment 1830, 248

Lloyd, -, -, Glansevin, C17th ?, 70

Lloyd, Daniel, -, Llwynpiod, poor relief assessment 1830, 247

Lloyd, E P Esq, -, Glansevin, poor relief assessment 1830, 248

Lloyd, Edward Pryse, -, Glansevin, landowner 1839, 69

Lloyd, Henry, parochial council, Cilgwyn Lodge, 1920, 137

Lloyd, M P Captain, master of hunt, Glansevin, 1877, 169

Lloyd, William, -, Tir Cwmydw, 1640, 224

Lloyd, William, court case, -, -, 97

Lupus, -, Bishop, Trecastle, AD 427, 22

Maidment, William, gamekeeper, Carreglefain, 1881, 78

Mainwaring, Ann Mrs, -, -, landowner in 1742, 65

Marsden, - Mr, horse dealer, Anglesey, -, 184

McSwiney, J M Mrs, -, -, -, 125

Meredyth, William, -, Treventy, poor relief assessment 1830, 249

Mitchell, Gary, sheep shearing, -, 1987, 119

Morgan, - Mr, curate, Myddfai, 1782/3, 130

Morgan, Anne, aged 34?, -, Burial register 1796, 56

Morgan, Arwyn, community council, -, 1974, 166

Morgan, Benjamin, -, Part upper House, poor relief assessment 1830, 248

Morgan, Benjamin, curate, Myddfai, 1713, 130

Morgan, Benjamin, inquest, -, 1779, 96

Morgan, Catherine, inquest, 1784, 96

Morgan, David John, churchwarden's account book, -, 1729-30, 131

Morgan, David, -, Cynnill, poor relief assessment 1830, 248

Morgan, Elizabeth Mrs, -, Henllys Lodge/Llandovery, -, 258n

Morgan, Evan, -, Cae Mothvey, poor relief assessment 1830, 248

Morgan, Evan, inquest, -, 1774, 96

Morgan, Eynon, beadle, Esgairllaethdy, -, 182

Morgan, George, parish council, -, 1950, 166

Morgan, Glyndwr, community council, -, 1974, 166

Morgan, Gwen Mrs, -, Llwynmeredydd, 1792, 138

Morgan, James, gardener, Dolgarreg, 1847, 88

Morgan, Jane Rees, aged 70, -, Burial register 1792, 57

Morgan, John L, -, Tynllwyn, -, 126

Morgan, John, -, Cwmclyd, marriage group 1930s?, 174

Morgan, Margaret, aged 1, -, Burial register 1796, 56

Morgan, Mary, widow, part Upper House, poor relief assessment 1830, 248

Morgan, May, Myddfai Drama Party, Cwmclyd, 1920, 170

Morgan, Morgan, beadle, Cwmclyd, -, 182

Morgan, Morgan, farmer, Gellyfelen, 1854, 186

Morgan, Morgan, wedding, Cwmclyd, 1930s ?, 174

Morgan, Nancy Mrs -, -, -, 126

Morgan, Rees ?, infant, -, Burial register 1796, 56

Morgan, Rees, -, Wernyfed, 1731-56, 137

Morgan, T L, -, Llwynwormwood, -, 250

Morgan, Thomas, -, Tithe, poor relief assessment 1830, 248

Morgan, Thomas, -, Tynllwyn, 1929, 81

Morgan, William B, , congregational minister, Myddfai, 1865, 139

Morgan, William, -, Cefnrhyddan, poor relief assessment 1830, 248

Morgan, William, -, Cwmdy ?, Churchwarden's accounts 1818/19, 48

Morgan, William, -, Llechglawdd, -, 107

Morgan, William, inquest, -, 1784, 96

Morgan, William, wood-ward, Beiliglas, -, 76

Morgans, James and Sarah, bidding letter, Neuadd/Llanwrda, 1871, 173

Morgans, Thomas, -, Tynllwyn, marriage group 1930s?, 174

Morris, John, asst draper aged 23, left Myddfai for Merthyr Tydfil, by 1851, 62

Morris, William, school inspection, -, 1846, 152

Mosses, David widow, -, -, Churchwarden's accounts 1818/19, 46

Mosses, John, -, Hafod fach, poor relief assessment 1830, 247

Odgers, -, lead miner, village, 1861/71, 186

Owen, - Esq, -, Glasallt, landowner in 1742, 65

Owen, Charles, -, Glasallt, 1755, 133

Owen, David (Brutus), editor of 'Yr Haul', -, -, 145

Owen, Morgan Dr, Bishop of Llandaff, Glasallt, 1640-2/1644, 69/ 70/ 193-7/ 227

Owen, Morgan, -, Glasallt fawr, 1595-1644, 50

Owen, Morgan, nephew of bishop, Glasallt, 1642/4, 70/ 71

Owen, Morgan, owner, Cwmbran Forge/Glasallt, -, 224

Owen, Owen, nephew of bishop, Pwllcalch, 1644, 70

Owen, Rice (Rees?) & son Owen Owens, brother to Bishop Morgan Owen, Glasallt, 1640s?, 195/ 196

Owens, Anne, will, Glasallt, 1683, 106

Owens, Morgan, doctor of Diviniti, -, 1637, 130

Owens, Owen, -, Pwllcalch, C17th?, 71

Owens, Rees, will, Pwllcalch & Rhyblid, 1645, 229/ 230

Owens, William, farmer, Trallwm, 1930, 117

Paice, Sidney, -, Caeshenkin, 1929, 251

Paul, Anne, inquest, -, 1790, 96

Paul, Mary Daniel, aged 63,-, Burial register 1792, 57

Paynter, - Mrs, -, Cynill Bach, -, 75

Pedler, Ester, pauper, -, Myddfai/Swansea, 1818-9/ 1821/ Churchwarden's accounts 1820s ?, 45/ 46/ 49

Pendry, William, Penyrhock, poor relief assessment 1830, 249

Penry, Francis, churchwarden's account book, -, 1729-30, 131

Phillip, David & Margaret, -, 1750, 92

Phillip, John, aged ?, -, Burial register 1796, 56

Phillip, Lewis David, owner, Cefnrhyddan, C17th, 223

Phillips, David, congregational minister, Myddfai, 1840, 139

Phillips, Evan, gent, -, landowner in 1742, 65

Phillips, family, -, Blaenddol, C18th, 222

Phillips, John, geologist, Blaenddol line, 1800-74, 222

Phillips, Thomas, -, Gorllwyn estate/Pentre Parr, Llandeilo, c 1700?, 227

Pons, Richard Fitz, Norman lord, -, 1100, 85

Powel, Howel Rees, lead miner, Gilfach/Nantyrhiddyl, 1769-72, 187

Powell, - Mr, curate, -, 1739, 140

Powell, David & Jennie May, -, Cwmnantybeudy, marriage group 1930s?, 174

Powell, David R, -, -, -, 125

Powell, David, -, Gorllwynfach, 1954, 168

Powell, David, community council, -, 1974, 166

Powell, David, limerick competition, Cwmnantyboidy, 1940, 172

Powell, David, Vicar of Myddfai, Llwynrhicet, 1746-1776, 90/ 92/ 130/ 151

Powell, Elizabeth Mrs, -, -, -, 126

Powell, Evan ?, farmer aged 31, -, Burial register 1796, 56

Powell, family, -, Garregcennen/Trapp, -, 40

Powell, Harry, -, Abermydan, -, 107/ 108

Powell, Harry, diarist and clog maker, Abermydan, 1774, 184/ 221/ 257n

Powell, Harry, farmer, Abermydan, 1760/66, 14

Powell, Howell Rees, pauper, Myddfai, 1812, 48/ 49

Powell, Howell, -, Tyr Morgan ap Richard, 1771, 229

Powell, Howell, churchwarden's account book, -, 1729-30, 131

Powell, Howell, curate, -, 1762, 130

Powell, Jane Miss, eisteddfod, Pwllcalch, 1896, 171

Powell, John Lewis, gent, -, will 1727, 50

Powell, John, -, Caegwyn etc, poor relief assessment 1830, 249

Powell, John, possibly Vicar of Myddfai, 1654, 130

Powell, Joshua, timber man ?, Pwllcalch, -, 99

Powell, Rees, gentleman, Cefnrhyddan ?, 1781, 95/ 223

Powell, Rees, inquest, Cefnrhyddan, 1781, 110/ 111/ 262n

Powell, Ruhama, wedding, Abermydan, 1845, 174

Powell, Thomas Rev, clergyman, Llwynrhicet, 1819, 229

Powell, Thomas, inquest, -, 1819, 96

Powell, Timothy widow, -, -, Churchwarden's accounts 1818/19, 46

Powell, William, -, Glanareth/Llangadock, 1770, 94

Powell, William, beadle, Cwmnantybeudy, -, 182

Prentice, family, -, Dol Garreg, -, 225

Price, - Major, -, Williamsfield, after 1840?, 228

Price, -, -, Caegwyn, 1891, 80

Price, -, -, Llwyniar, 1891, 80

Price, Blanch, -, -, will 1777, 50

Price, Bulkley, lawyer at Inner Temple, Gorllwyn estate, 1691, 227

Price, Christmas, -, -, Churchwarden's accounts 1818/19, 46/ 47

Price, D, parochial council, Abertriphlwyf, 1920, 137

Price, Daniel, -, Fergwm, poor relief assessment 1830, 247

Price, David Thomas alias David Samuel, -, Blaendynfich & Newport, MON, 1858, 94

Price, David, -, Glasallt fawr, poor relief assessment 1830, 249

Price, David, -, Llwynifanfeddig, poor relief assessment 1830, 249

Price, David, -, Trawslwyndu, poor relief assessment 1830, 248

Price, David, farmer, Tynewydd, 1839, 230

Price, Elinor, farmer, Trichwml, 1839, 230

Price, Elinor, widow, -, -, 90

Price, Elinor, widow, Trichwmwl, poor relief assessment 1830, 247

Price, Ernest, -, Tynewydd, marriage group 1930s?, 174

Price, Gwen, -, Nantygweision, poor relief assessment 1830, 248

Price, H Jane Miss, -, Llwyniar, -, 147/ 148

Price, Howell, Vicar of Myddfai, -, 1657, 130

Price, Iryl, killed in action, -, WWII, 190

Price, Islwyn, home guard, -, WWII, 189

Price, James, -, Caegwyn, 1890/1891, 79/ 167, 204

Price, James, -, Glantowy/Cilgwyn, c 1699, 70/ 71/ 223

Price, James, gent, Cilgwyn, landowner in 1742, 65/ 226

Price, James, gentleman, -, 1760, 89

Price, James, quaker, Glantowy, 1684, 127/ 137/ 226

Price, John Mr, schoolmaster, -, 1920, 137

Price, John Rev, vicar, -, 1801, 111

Price, John, -, Esgairllaethdy, 1925?, 115

Price, John, -, Nantdig, poor relief assessment 1830, 248

Price, John, -, Tynewydd, 1896, 78

Price, John, clerk to community council, -, 1974, 166

Price, John, curate, Myddfai, 1788-1800, 130

Price, John, head teacher, Bailycelyn/Cwmydw/Myddfai, 1914-15/ 1919-22, 154

Price, John, parish councillor, Bailycelyn, 1894, 161

Price, John, Vicar of Myddfai, -, 1801-18, 130/ 144/  263n

Price, Magdalen Miss, -, Cilgwyn, 1770, 94/ 223

Price, Magdalen, -, Cilgwyn, -, 74

Price, Morgan, -, Pentwyn House, marriage group 1930s?, 174

Price, Morgan, parochial council, Bailycelyn, 1920, 137

Price, Owen Esq, -, Gorllwyn, pre 1691, 227

Price, Owen, servant to Bishop Morgan Owen, Glancloydach/Gwynfe, 1641, 195/ 196

Price, Rees, -, Merthyr Cynog, 1880, 187

Price, Rees, -, Coedlasallt, 1735, 89

Price, Rees, -, Glantowy, will 1747, 50

Price, Rees, curate, Myddfai, 1781, 130

Price, Rees, gent, -, 1735, 89

Price, Rees, gent, Glantowy, landowner in 1742, 65/ 88/ 226

Price, Rice Williams Esq, -, Williamsfield, poor relief assessment 1830, 248

Price, Rice Williams Esq, landowner, Williamsfield/ Llwyniar, 1830/1839, 69/ 222/ 228/ 229/ 232/ 247

Price, Richard, -, -, Churchwarden's accounts 1817, 49

Price, Thomas Pritchard, parish councillor, Caegwyn, 1894, 161

Price, Thomas, -, Llanwrda, 1740-60, 137

Price, Thomas, will, Gorllwyn fawr, 1691, 109/ 110/ 227

Price, Tom, Myddfai Drama Party, Esgairllaethdy, 1920, 170

Price, Tom, Myddfai Drama Party, Trallwm, 1920, 170

Price, Walter, magistrate ?, Llwynybrain, 1832, 97

Price, William, -, Penycae, -, 90

Price, William, farmer, Garnlwyd, 1826, 184

Price, William, -, Gellymaen etc, poor relief assessment 1830, 247

Price, William, -, Goleugoed, 1792, 138

Price, William, Baptist deacon, Caegwyn, 1914, 137

Price, William, farmer, Cwmnantybeudy, 1839, 224

Price, William, farmer, Llwyniar, 1888, 136

Price, William, head teacher, Myddfai, 1810-12, 154

Price, William, parish councillor, Williamsfield (Llwyniar), 1894, 161

Price, Willie, Myddfai Drama Party, Esgairllaethdy, 1920, 170

Prichard, Rees, vicar, Llanymthovery, 1637, 130

Prichard, Vicar, vicar, Llandovery, 1650s?, 194

Pritchard, - Mr, -, Cilgwyn, 1896, 78

Pritchard, William, moulder aged 39, left Myddfai for Merthyr Tydfil, by 1851, 62

Prosser, David Mr, -, Worlod & Crige/Cornelgwyn, poor relief assessment 1830, 249

Protheroe, David, head teacher, Myddfai, 1780/1811, 154

Pruddero (Prothero), David, Vicar of Myddfai, -, 1732/3, 130

Prydderch, Morgan, aged 42, -, Burial register 1793, 57

Pryse-Rice, Vaughan Mr, -, Llwynybrain, 1891, 167

Prytherch, Daniel, owner, Goyallt, 1839, 227

Prytherch, Mary Ann, Myddfai Drama Party, -, 1920, 170

Rees ?, Anne, aged 2, -, Burial register 1796, 56

Rees, Bess, -, -, 1670s ?, 127

Rees, David, -, his funeral, -, 175

Rees, Evan, ironstone miner aged 48, left Myddfai for Merthyr Tydfil, by 1851, 62

Rees, J Ivor Rt Rev, asst bishop, -, -, 125

Rees, John David, -, Ty Issa, C17th, 40

Rees, John, sheep drover, Caelian, 1840/50, 222

Rees, Joseph, grocer & shoemaker, village, 1876/9, 265n

Rees, Owen, father of Bishop Morgan Owen, Y Lasallt, c 1585, 194

Rees, Rees, congregational minister, Myddfai, -, 139

Rees, Syfillt ?, aged 60, -, Burial register 1796, 56

Rees, Thomas, -, Blaenddol, poor relief assessment 1830, 248

Rees, Thomas, -, Dolgarreg Lodge, poor relief assessment 1830, 248

Rees, Walter, churchwarden's account book, -, 1729-30, 131

Rees, William Bowen, -, -, 1606, 103

Rees, William, -, Tonn/Llandovery, 1841, 25

Reese, John Wesley, curate, Myddfai, 1875, 130

Rhydderch, David, -, -, 1760, 47

Rhydderch, Gwyn, minister, Bethania, 1981-86, 143

Rice, Brian T Rev, Vicar of Myddfai, Myddfai, 1983+, 125/ 130

Rice, Pryse, -, Llwyn-y-brain, -, 79

Rice, Walter, -, Llwynybrain, landowner 1839, 69

Richard, Thomas widow, -, -, Churchwarden's accounts 1818/19, 46

Richard, William David, -, -, 1732, 129

Richard, William David, -, Dyffryn etc, poor relief assessment 1830, 249

Richard, William Dd, churchwarden's account book, -, 1729-30, 131

Richards, D Rev, Myddfai Drama Party, -, 1920, 170

Richards, David Rev, minister Seion, The Building/Myrtle Hill, -, 180

Richards, David, congregational minister, Myrtle Hill/ Myddfai, 1876, 139

Richards, David, minister, Seion, -, 168/ 171

Richards, David, parish councillor, The Buildings, 1894, 161

Richards, J F, smith, -, 1920s, 185

Richards, Jean Mrs, -, -, -, 126

Richards, Oswald, Myddfai Drama Party, -, 1920, 170

Richards, Rhys (wife Barbara), engine tender, Tredegar cottage on Caegwyn/Myddfai & Merthyr Tydfil, 1824/36, 62/ 260n

Richards, Tudor, community council chair, Godrewaun, 1974, 166

Richards, Tudor, Myddfai Drama Party, -, 1920, 170

Roberts, David Hugh, congregational minister, Myddfai, 1970, 139

Roderick, Gwynne Esq, -, Brynoie, landowner in 1742, 65

Roger, T W Rev, -, Blaencwm, poor relief assessment 1830, 249

Rogers, Alexander, Cornish lead miner, Gilfach/Nantyrhiddyl, 1769-72, 187

Rogers, H R Miss, bride, Blaencwm, 1929, 80

Rogers, Rachel, widow, Myddfai village, 1709, 88/ 177

Rogers, T W, curate, Myddfai, 1809, 130

Rogers, Tommy, killed in action, -, WWII, 190

Rogers, William and son Thomas William, -, Blaencwm, 1774/ 1792?, 138/ 222

Rowland, Rees, removal order, Myddfai to Llangadog, -, 97

Rowland, William, -, Tyre howell, poor relief assessment 1830, 248

Rowlands, -, Doctor, Devil's Bridge/CGN, Churchwarden's accounts 1821, 49

Rowlands, Alan, head teacher, Myddfai, 1976-89, 154

Rudderch, Catherine, churchwarden's account book, -, 1729-30, 131/ 132

Rudderch, William, churchwarden's account book, -, 1729-30, 131

Samuel, David, servant, Blaendynfich, 1825, 94/ 261n

Samwell, David (Dafydd Ddu Feddyg), ship's surgeon, The Discovery, 1779, 40

Saunders Davies family,- , -, Glasallt estate & Pentre/PEM, -, 139/ 227

Saunders, William, farmer, Glantowy, 1839, 226

Savage, Caroline, widow and dau of Sir Erasmus Williams, -, 1870, 204

Saville, Edwin, head teacher, Myddfai, 1902, 154

Sewell, T Meirion, congregational minister, Myddfai, 1963, 139

Skinner, -, lead miner, village, 1861/71, 186

Smith, Rees William, -, -, Churchwarden's accounts 1818/19, 46

Stammers, Michael, lord of the manor, Sennybridge, 1988, 87

Taylor, Charles Williams, aged 45, -, Burial register 1796, 56

Thomas & Rosewarne, -, mining brokers, Caesarah lead mine, 1850s?, 187

Thomas, -, widow of aged 76, -, Burial register 1796, 56

Thomas, Ceridwen Miss, infants' teacher, Penrhywydw/Myddfai, 1942, 154

Thomas, Cyril, Vicar of Myddfai and Llandingat, -, 1958-83, 130

Thomas, D Deilo, head teacher, Myrtle Hill/Myddfai, 1926-28, 154

Thomas, Daniel, -, Abertriphlwyf, poor relief assessment 1830, 247

Thomas, Daniel, -, Caepantyrefel, poor relief assessment 1830, 247

Thomas, Daniel, -, Tyrdwybint, poor relief assessment 1830, 249

Thomas, Daniel, farmer, -, 1818?, 51

Thomas, David, -, -, Burial register 1793, 57

Thomas, David, -, Cae Canvas, 1735, 89

Thomas, David, -, Knwcllwyd, poor relief assessment 1830, 248

Thomas, David, -, Troedyrhiw etc, poor relief assessment 1830, 247

Thomas, David, court case, -, 1825, 96

Thomas, David, farmer, Pwllcalch, 1839, 229

Thomas, David, gamekeeper, Scotland Lodge, 1826, 78

Thomas, Dd (Smith), churchwarden's account book, -, 1729-30, 131

Thomas, E, shepherd, Pentregronw, 1910, 183

Thomas, Edward, -, Gwinidmawr, poor relief assessment 1830, 248

Thomas, Elizabeth, widow, Trallwm, poor relief assessment 1830, 249

Thomas, Elizabetth, farmer, Trallwm, 1839, 230

Thomas, Esther, inquest, -, 1782, 96/ 262n

Thomas, Gladis, -, village, 1684, 177

Thomas, Glanmore, killed in action, -, WWII, 190

Thomas, Jane, -, -, Churchwarden's accounts 1818/19, 46

Thomas, John Rev & wife & children, minister, Col, 1767, 197-200

Thomas, John, -, Cwmydw, 1891, 167

Thomas, John, eisteddfod, -, 1896, 171

Thomas, John, preacher, Rhayader, 1750-90, 144

Thomas, Joshua, curate, Myddfai, 1732/3, 130

Thomas, Lewis Mr, -, Blaendynfich, poor relief assessment 1830, 248

Thomas, Margaret William, aged 4,-, Burial register 1792, 57

Thomas, Margaret, farmer, Blaendynfich, 1839, 222

Thomas, Mary Ann Mrs, -, Pontrhiwydw, -, 145/ 148

Thomas, Morgan (wife Anna), blocklayer aged 79, left Myddfai for Merthyr Tydfil, by 1851, 62

Thomas, Morgan, -, Cwmrhyddan, poor relief assessment 1830, 249

Thomas, Rachel & son William, miller, Bran Mill, pre 1937, 222

Thomas, Rees, -, -, 1732, 129

Thomas, Rees, farmer, Caegwyn farm, 1842, 167

Thomas, Sarah, aged 2, -, Burial register 1796, 56

Thomas, Stanley Mrs, casualty, Grey House, WWII, 190

Thomas, T E Dr, minister, Bailyglas/Llandovery & Bethania, 1862-1918, 142/ 143/ 171

Thomas, T, head teacher, Myddfai, 1915-19, 154

Thomas, Thomas and dau Mary Anne, mercer, Myddfai, 1845, 139

Thomas, Thomas Mr, -, Cwmgwyn etc, poor relief assessment 1830, 248

Thomas, Thomas Mr, -, Gorllwyn fawr, poor relief assessment 1830, 249

Thomas, Thomas Mr, -, Troedyrhiw, poor relief assessment 1830, 247

Thomas, Thomas, -, Cefengwrych, poor relief assessment 1830, 247

Thomas, Thomas, -, Coedlasallt, poor relief assessment 1830, 249

Thomas, Thomas, -, College, 1827, 152

Thomas, Thomas, -, Craig y Bwbach, -, 1792?, 138

Thomas, Thomas, -, Cwmbran ucha, poor relief assessment 1830, 247

Thomas, Thomas, -, Esgairllaethdy, poor relief assessment 1830, 247

Thomas, Thomas, -, Gwinidmawr, poor relief assessment 1830, 249

Thomas, Thomas, -, Lletyrhyddod, poor relief assessment 1830, 249

Thomas, Thomas, -, Yellow House, poor relief assessment 1830, 247

Thomas, Thomas, curate, Myddfai and Llandovery, 1846, 130

Thomas, Thomas, curate, Myddfai, 1715, 130

Thomas, Thomas, eisteddfod, Troedrhiw/Halfway, -, 172/ 239

Thomas, Thomas, farmer, Gorllwyn Fawr, 1839, 227

Thomas, Thomas, guardian, Trallwm, 1836, 49

Thomas, Thomas, parish councillor, Trallwm, 1894, 161/ 167

Thomas, William, -, court leet, 1776, 90

Thomas, William, -, Hafod, poor relief assessment 1830, 247

Thomas, William, -, Llanerchgoch, 1731-56, 137

Thomas, William, -, Lletyrhyddod, 1924, 251

Thomas, William, eisteddfod, Trallwm, 1896, 171

Thomas, William, farmer, Hafod fawr, 1839, 228

Thomas, William, song writer, Troedyrhiw/Halfway, mid C19th?, 239

Treloer, -, lead miner, village, 1861/71, 186

Tuchet, John & George, barons Audley, -, -, 87

Vaughan, John Lord, Baron of Emblyn/Earl of Carbery, -, 1709, 88

Vaughan, John, lord of the manor, Golden Grove, 1614, 87

Walter, David, -, Tyngwtter, poor relief assessment 1830, 249

Walter, Janet, widow, Butterhall, poor relief assessment 1830, 247

Walter, John Mr, -, Tyrywern, poor relief assessment 1830, 249

Walter, John, -, Tynllwyn / Merdy bach etc, poor relief assessment 1830, 247

Walter, Lewis, -, Cwmbran, poor relief assessment 1830, 247

Walter, Morgan, church warden, Myddfai, 1823-4, 131

Walters, John, -, part Upper House vacant, poor relief assessment 1830, 248

Walters, John, farmer, Myddfai, 1823, 139

Walters, John, farmer/guardian, Llwynricket, 1836/1839, 49/ 229

Walters, John, ostler, Mount Pleasant and Bush Hotel/Merthyr Tydfil, 1814, 62

Walters, John, tenant farmer, Caenewydd, 1839, 222

Walters, Lewis, farmer, Myddfai, 1823, 139

Walters, Lewis, owner, Cwmnantybeudy, 1839, 224

Walters, M M Mrs, head teacher, Myddfai, 1976, 154

Walters, Rees, keeper of key to pound, -, 1790, 90

Walters, T P, parochial council, Coedlasallt, 1920, 137

Ward, David, community council, -, 1974, 166

Ward, Glenys Mrs, -, -, -, 126

Watkins, John, -, New Building, poor relief assessment 1830, 248

Watkins, John, landlord, Mothvey Arms, c1860s, 180

Watkins, William, curate, Myddfai, 1870, 130

Webb, Alice alias Baker, -, Llandybie, 1640s, 196

William, Howell, -, New Building, poor relief assessment 1830, 248

William, Howell, -, Penycae, poor relief assessment 1830, 248

William, James (Rees) & dau Mary, Methodist, -, 1745, 137

William, Jennet, churchwarden's account book, -, 1729-30, 131/ 132

William, John (parish clerk), churchwarden's account book, -, 1729-30, 131

William, Leolin, -, court leet, 1776, 90

William, Morgan, -, -, Churchwarden's accounts 1818/19 ?, 47

William, Rees, -, -, 1763, 109

William, Thomas, transported, -, -, 97

Williams, - , police sergeant, -, 1890, 99

Williams, Alice, inquest, -, 1818, 96

Williams, Ann, widow, Gribin, poor relief assessment 1830, 247

Williams, Ann, widow, Llwynmeredyth, poor relief assessment 1830, 249

Williams, Anna Maria, -, Williamsfield, -, 75

Williams, Anne, farmer, Llwynmeredydd, 1839, 228

Williams, Arthur, farmer, Garreglefain, -, 99

Williams, Benjamin (Gwynionydd), curate, Myddfai, 1877-80, 130

Williams, D, shepherd, Vergwm, 1910, 183

Williams, Daniel Mr, churchwarden's account book, -, 1729-30, 132

Williams, Daniel, -, Llwynwormwood, landowner in 1742, 65/ 229/ 260n

Williams, Daniel, churchwarden's account book, -, 1729-30, 131

Williams, Daniel, g father of Sir Erasmus, Llwynwormwood, 1713, 201

Williams, Daniel, Myddfai Drama Party, Garnlwyd (Pwllcalch), 1920, 170

Williams, Daniel, Vicar of Myddfai and Llanspyddid, -, 1643, 130

Williams, David John, -, -, -, 126

Williams, David Rev, clergyman, Brecon town, C18th ?, 91

Williams, David, -, Cefncerrig, poor relief assessment 1830, 248

Williams, David, -, Goleugoed, poor relief assessment 1830, 249

Williams, David, -, Llwynwormwood, 1720, 70/ 71/ 260n

Williams, David, -, Rhyblid, poor relief assessment 1830, 247

Williams, David, churchwarden, Myddfai, 1818/19, 45

Williams, David, farmer, Rhyblid, 1839, 230

Williams, David, father of Sir Erasmus, Llwynwormwood, 1713, 201/ 229

Williams, David, gent, Llwynwormwood, landowner in 1742, 65/ 260n

Williams, David, infant, -, Burial register 1796, 56

Williams, David, infant, -, Burial register 1796, 56

Williams, David, mason, Morfa cottage, -, 258n

Williams, David, minister, Llanmoited/BRE, 1823, 138

Williams, David, Vicar of Myddfai, -, 1614/37, 130/ 194

Williams, David, Vicar of Myddfai, -, 1876-98, 130

Williams, David, vicar, -, 1637, 105

Williams, Elizabeth Ann, sister of bride, -, marriage group 1930s?, 174

Williams, Erasmus Henry Griffies Sir/Rev and family, clergyman, Llwynwormwood, d 1783, 200- 206/ 260n

Williams, Erasmus Henry Griffies Sir/Rev/Bart, -, Llwynwormwood, landowner 1839/ 1870, 69/ 70/ 79/ 83/ 128/ 222/ 225/ 226/ 229

Williams, Evan, -, Castellmadock, poor relief assessment 1830, 249

Williams, Evan, -, Maesffynon, marriage group 1930s?, 174

Williams, Evan, churchwarden's account book, -, 1729-30, 132

Williams, George Griffies, -, Llwynwormwood, 1789, 70/ 74/ 76/ 129/ 229/ 238/ 260n

Williams, Gwyn, brother of bride, -, marriage group 1930s?, 174

Williams, Gwyneth, sister of bride, -, marriage group 1930s?, 174

Williams, J G H G Esq, -, Caeauduon, poor relief assessment 1830, 247

Williams, J G H G Esq, -, Llwynwermwood, poor relief assessment 1830, 248

Williams, J, auctioneer, -, 1877, 169

Williams, J, shepherd, Bailyglas, 1910, 183

Williams, John & Mary & dau Jane, -, Myddfai village, 1825, 96

Williams, John Thomas, -, -, 1744, 93

Williams, John, -, Carreglefen, 1891, 167

Williams, John, churchwarden's account book, -, 1729-30, 131

Williams, John, congregational minister, Sardis/Seion, 1841, 139

Williams, Jonah, farmer, Garreglefain, 1839, 95/ 226

Williams, Lena, bride's sister, -, marriage group 1930s?, 174

Williams, Lewis farmer, Fan Fach, 1839, 225

Williams, Lewis, -, Llwynyfedwen, poor relief assessment 1830, 248

Williams, Lewis, -, Tyngarn House, 1857?, 141

Williams, Lewis, -, Vanfach, poor relief assessment 1830, 248

Williams, Lewis, murdered servant, Llettyfandde/Blaendynfich, 1825, 94/ 222

Williams, Llewellyn, MP, Brownhill/Llansadwrn, -, 23

Williams, Luned, bride's sister, -, marriage group 1930s?, 174

Williams, Mary Mrs, -, Llwynrhicet etc, poor relief assessment 1830, 247

Williams, Mary, -, Rhyblid, 1819, 105

Williams, Mary, inquest, -, 1789, 96

Williams, Mary, land owner, Brecon, 1840, 228

Williams, Morgan, diary of, Cefnarthen chapel, 1731-56, 137/ 140/ 263n

Williams, Morgan, Myddfai Drama Party, Beiliglas, 1920, 170

Williams, Morgan, Vicar of Myddfai, -, 1717-32, 108/ 130

Williams, Nancy, head teacher, Myddfai, 1949-51, 154

Williams, Nancy, wedding, Tyngarn, 1930s ?, 174

Williams, Rees, farmer aged 55,  -, Burial register 1796, 56

Williams, Rice MD, physician, Bridge St/Aberystwyth, 1842, 40

Williams, Rowland, churchwarden's account book, -, 1729-30, 131

Williams, Sarah, widow, Garreglefen, poor relief assessment 1830, 249

Williams, T J, -, Glasallt, -, 81

Williams, Thomas, bride's father, -, marriage group 1930s?, 174

Williams, Thomas, farmer, Vergwm, -, 99

Williams, Vale Mrs, -, -, marriage group 1930s?, 174

Williams, William farmer aged 80, -,  Burial register 1796, 56

Williams, William Rev, clergyman, Pantycelyn, -,90

Williams, William, -, Cwmclyd, poor relief assessment 1830, 247

Williams, William, -, Cynill isha, poor relief assessment 1830, 249

Williams, William, -, Glasallt estates & Swansea, 1897, 227

Williams, William, -, Llandingad, 1755, 133

Williams, William, -, Llwynwormwood estate, 1686, 70

Williams, William, -, Tynycoed, poor relief assessment 1830, 249

Williams, William, aged 92,-, Burial register 1792, 57

Williams, William, landlord, Lamb Inn/Llandovery, 1770, 94

Williams, William, Methodist and hymnist, Pantycelyn, -, 140

Williams, Willie, -, Rhyblid/Bristol, -, 180

Woodright, Rose Evelyn, descendant of the Physicians of Myddfai family, Carreg Cennen, 1988, 259n

Woods, David, sheep shearing, -, 1987, 119

Workman, William, sheep shearing, -, 1987, 119

Wroth, Richard, -, -, pre 1284, 122

Yates, Nigel, -, -, -, 127

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