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A Dictionary of Edwardian biography. South Wales and Monmouthshire. Edinburgh : Peter Bell, 1986. Facsim. of the biographical part of South Wales and Monmouthshire at the opening of the twentieth century : contemporary biographies / edited by W.T. Pike. Brighton, W.T. Pike, 1907.
Alcock, Leslie . Recent archaeological excavation and discovery in Glamorgan: 2. Roman and post-Roman Glamorgan (NLW's site) Morgannwg I and vol II andDinas Powys and some other early medieval fortifications, and Excavations at Castle Tower, Penmaen, Gower , Excavations at three Glamorgan castles, Medieval Period, Roman and Medieval Periods, Medieval and Industrial Archaeology, Medieval Period,
Alderman, Geoffrey. The anti-Jewish riots of August 1911 in South Wales (NLW's site) Welsh History Review 6
An Introduction to the sources for the history of medicine in South Wales. Swansea : University of Wales, Swansea, 1995.
Archaeological Notes Various authors Morgannwg vol 30+ (Similar articles from previous vols have been itemised individually under authors' names)
Arnot, R Page. South Wales Miners, 1898-1914. 1967
Arnot, R Page. South Wales Miners, 1914-1926. 1976
Ashton, Glyn M. Literature in Welsh c.1770-1900. Glamorgan county history,(1988)
Asteris, Michael. The rise and decline of south Wales coal exports 1870-1930 (NLW's site) Welsh History Review 13
Atkinson, Michael. The growth and decline of the South Wales iron industry, 1760-1880 : an industrial history. Cardiff : University of Wales Press, 1987.
Baber, C & L J Williams. Modern South Wales: Essays in Economic History. UWP, 1984. 324 pp. 17 essays covering period 1780-1950.
Ball, Enid. Glamorgan members during the Reform Bill period (NLW's site) Morgannwg 10
Ballard, P H. & E Jones (eds). The Valleys Call. 1975
Barker, R. M. 'Famous electrical engineers in South Wales'. Papers presented at the ... IEE Weekend Meeting on the History of Electrical Engineering, 5 (1977)
Barnes, David. Black Mountains, 2002 --- recollections of a South Wales miner. Based on talks with his grandfather who was born in Monmouth came to South Wales as a lad of 16 and worked in the Universal pit Senghenydd in 1913, and was one of the lucky ones.
Barrie, D S. The Taff Vale Railway, 1950
Barrie, D S M. A Regional History of the Railways of Great Britain, Vol 12, SOUTH WALES
Bartrum, P. C. 'Some studies in early Welsh history'. Transactions of the Honourable Society of Cymmrodorion (1949 for 1948)
Bassett, D A & M G (eds). Geological Excursions in South Wales & The Forest of Dean. Geological Assoc, 1971. . 21 excursions in detail.
Bellamy, David. Images of the South Wales mines. Stroud : Alan Sutton Publishing, 1993.
Benbough-Jackson, Michael J. '" A stormy petrel in the Glamorganshire valleys" : John Littlejohns (1862-1942)'. Welsh History Review, 21:3 (2003), University of Wales Press.
Black's picturesque guide to South-Wales and Monmouthshire. 3rd ed. Edinburgh : Chester : Adam and Charles Black ; Catherall and Prichard, 1874.
Boon, George C. Archaeological Notes: Two Medieval Coin Hoards from Cardiff, 1980 - Coed-y-Wenallt - Cae Castell, Rumney (NLW's site) Morgannwg 24
Booth, A J. Small Mines of South Wales.
Boyns, T. The electricity industry in south Wales to 1949 (NLW's site) Welsh History Review 15
Boyns, T. Work and Death in the south Wales Coalfield, 1874-1914 (NLW's site) Welsh History Review 12
Boyns, T. Technical change and colliery explosions in the south Wales coalfield, c1870-1914 (NLW's site) Welsh History Review 13
Boyns, T. Jigging and Shaking: Technical Choice in the South Wales Coal Industry between the Wars (NLW's site) Welsh History Review 17
Bradley, Arthur Granville. Glamorgan and Gower : being a second impression of "In the March and Borderland of Wales" relating to this county. London : Archibald Constable, 1908.
Breeze, Andrew. ' The River Garw of Glamorgan and Gara Bridge, Devon'. English Place-Name Society Journal, 36 (2003/4)
Breverton, Terry. The Secret Vale of Glamorgan. Glyndwr Publishing, 2000.
Brewer, Judith. The iron industry of South Wales. Hatfield : Association for Science Education, 1986.
Brook, Diane. 'Gravestones in Glamorgan' (NLW's site) Morgannwg, 28 (1984)
Brooke, Edward Henry. Chronology of the Tinplate Works of Great Britain, 1944; & Appendix ; Chronology of Tinplate Works of Great Britain 1665-1949 E. H. Brook 1949
Brooksby, H. Archaeological Notes: Medieval period, Neath Castle (NLW's site) Morgannwg 17
Brown, Roger Lee. ' Parsons in perplexity, Methodist clergy in and around the Vale of Glamorgan, c.1740-1811' (NLW's site) Morgannwg, 37 (1993)
Brown, Roger Lee. ' The Bute church patronage in Glamorgan : a legal note on pro hac vice patronage'. Journal of Welsh Religious History, 5 (1997). Welsh Religious Historical Society.
Brown, Roger Lee. 'The Bute church patronage in Glamorgan : an additional note'. Journal of Welsh Religious History, 6 (1998). Welsh Religious Historical Society.
Brynmor-Jones, Sir D & others. Historical Sketches of Glamorgan. London, 1912.
Cadw guide to ancient and historic Wales---Glamorgan and Gwent
Cambridge County Geographies - Glamorgan, 1914. A bit of history, geography, some old maps etc.
Campbell, Thomas Methuen. C R M Talbot (1803-1890): a Welsh Landowner in Politics and History (NLW's site) Morgannwg 44
Carter, Harold & Sandra Wheatley. Merthyr Tydfil in 1850, 1982. A study of the Spatial Structure of a Welsh Industrial Town, Cardiff University of Wales
Carter, Harold. The structure of Glamorgan towns in the nineteenth century. Glamorgan county history, 1988),
Chamberlain, Geoffrey, 1930-; Williams, Susan. 'Antenatal care in South Wales 1934-1962'. Social History of Medicine, 8 (1995). Oxford University Press.
Chamberlain, Muriel. Lord Dunraven and the British Empire (NLW's site) Morgannwg 15
Chamberlain, Muriel The Welsh Settlement near London, Ontario Minerva vol 1 1993 Welsh Journals Online
Chapman, Colin. The Vale of Glamorgan Railway. Oakwood, 1998
Childs, Jeff. ' In Search of Nydfwch'. Gower, 51 (2000). Gower Society.
Clark, G. T. Cartae et alia munimenta quae ad dominium de Glamorgan pertinent ... 4 vols. [Charters and other documents relating to the lordship of Glamorgan]. Cardiff, 1885-93.
Clark, Geo T. The Land of Morgan, 1883. Medieval history of Glamorgan (abt.1040 - 1350).
Clark, G. T. Genealogies of Glamorgan (date unknown but see above)
Cliffe, C. F. The Book of South Wales, the Bristol Channel, Monmouthshire and the Wye, 1847. Selected extracts
Clutterbuck's Tour through Glamorgan, 1799. Cardiff Central Library Manuscripts
Collieries of Wales [Engineering and Architecture] Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Wales (Editors; Stephen Hughes, Brian Malaws, Medwyn Parry and Peter Wakelin) .
Colls, Robert. The Collier's rant: song and culture in the industrial village. London, 1977
Collier, R J. Early agricultural societies in south Wales (NLW's site) Welsh History Review 12
Colyer, Richard. The Welsh Cattle Drovers(1976). Here is a contents listing/introduction and an index by Catherine Davies-Shiel. Reissued in 2002 by Landmark Publishing Co, with revision of some chapters, now p192.
Colyer, R. J. Moore. Further References to the Welsh Cattle Trade. National Library of Wales journal. Volume XXV/3 Summer, 1988. Extract of this article by Bill Griffith-Jones 2002
Colyer, Richard. Welsh Cattle Drovers in the Nineteenth Century - 1 National Library of Wales journal. 1972, Winter Volume XVII/4
Colyer, Richard. Welsh Cattle Drovers in the Nineteenth Century - 2 National Library of Wales journal. 1974, Summer. Volume XVIII/3
Colyer, Richard. Welsh Cattle Drovers in the Nineteenth Century - 3 National Library of Wales journal. 1975, Summer. Volume XIX/1
Contemporary portraits : men and women of South Wales and Monmouthshire.Cardiff : Western Mail, 1897.
Coombes, B. L. These poor hands. Pub.Victor Gollancz Ltd., 1939. Descriptive of coal mining in South Wales in the 1920/30s. Also published in paper back by the University of Wales Press, 2002.
Corbett, J.S. Glamorgan. 1925
Cordell, Alexander. This Proud and Savage Land (prelude to the 'Rape of the Fair Country' trilogy) and several other books, not all necessarily Gla related;- Rape of the Fair Country; Song of the Earth; Land of my Fathers; The Fire People; This Sweet and Bitter Earth.
Cornwell, John. Collieries of South Wales. Ashbourne : Landmark, 2001.
Cowley, F G. The Cistercian Economy in Glamorgan (NLW's site) Morgannwg 11
Cowley, F G. The Monastic Order in South Wales, 1066-1349 UWP 1977
Craig, Robert. R J Nevill and the Early Welsh Coal Trade - A Comment National Library of Wales journal. Volume X/4 Winter 1958
Crouch, David B. 'The Slow Death of Kingship in Glamorgan' (NLW's site) Morgannwg, 29 (1985)
Cullen, Stephen M. Another nationalism : the British Union of Fascists in Glamorgan, 1932-1940' (NLW's site) Welsh History Review, 17 (1994)
Daniel, Glyn E The cromlechs of Glamorgan (NLW's site) Morgannwg vol I
Davies, Alun Eirug. Paper-Mills and Paper-Makers in Wales 1700-1900. , National Library of Wales journal. 1967, Summer Volume XV/1
Davies, Aneirin Talfan. Bro Morgannwg. 2 vols. 1972
Davies, B L. British Schools in South Wales, The Rev William Roberts (Nefydd), South Wales, Representative of the British and Foreign School Society, 1853-1863 , National Library of Wales journal. 1974, Winter. Volume XVIII/4
Davies, D J. The Economic History of South Wales prior to 1800. GPC, 1933.
Davies, E T. Religion in the Industrial Revolution in South Wales. 1965 Cardiff : University of Wales Press (1987 reprint).
Davies, Henry. Coal Mining, A Reader for Primary Schools and Evening Continuation Classes . Published by The Welsh Educational Publishing Co, Merthyr Tydfil, 1904.
Davies, Jeffrey L. Late Iron Age and Roman Periods (Recent archaeological excavation and discovery in Glamorgan) (NLW's site) Morgannwg 10 and vol 11, and vol 12 - also Archaeological Notes series: Vol 17,
Davies, J M. Early steps in photography Gower vol 16 1964 Welsh Journals Online
Davies, Karen Heenan (ed). Footprints in History. Mid Glamorgan County Council, 1996. Celebrating the lives of those people whose achievements have played a part in shaping Mid Glamorgan
Davies, Kevin L The Life and Work of Sydenham Edwards FLS (Welshman, Botanical and Animal Draughtsman, 1768-1819 Minerva vol 9 2001 Welsh Journals Online
Davies, T. G. ' An asylum for Glamorgan' (NLW's site) Morgannwg, 37 (1993)
Davies, T G. Lewis Weston Dillwyn and his doctors (NLW's site) Morgannwg 32
Davies, Tom G. ' That dim and mysterious land : the legal system as a provider of psychiatric care in nineteenth-century Glamorgan' (NLW's site) Morgannwg, 41
Denning, Roy. The Vale of Glamorgan in Old Photographs, 1987.
Dewar, Ian. George Clive and the establishment of the New Poor Law in south Glamorgan 1836-38 (NLW's site) Morgannwg 11
Donovan, Edward. Descriptive excursions through South Wales and Monmouthshire, in the year 1804, and the four preceding summers. London : Printed for the author, 1805.
Douglas, David. A Miner's Life. 1983
Dykes, David Wilmer Seventeenth-century Glamorgan Trade Tokens (NLW's site) Morgannwg 10
Early Glamorgan; Pre History and Early History. Glamorgan County History Vol 2. 1984
Eaton, J A. 'Union smasher of the boss class ?' The judgemanship of John Bryn Roberts in Glamorgan, 1906-18 (NLW's site) Welsh History Review 13
Edwards, Ness. The History of the South Wales Miners. 1926
Edwards, Ness. The History of the South Wales Miners' Federation. 1938
Egan, David. Coal Society, a history of the South Wales Mining Valleys 1840-1980.
Emanuel, H D. Dissent in the Counties of Glamorgan and Monmouth National Library of Wales journal, Winter, 1954, Volume VIII/4 et al. A series of 3 articles.
Emery, F V. West Glamorgan Farming, circa 1580-1620. National Library of Wales journal. 1956, Winter. Volume IX/4 & 1957, Summer. Volume X/I. The two parts of the article embrace the lands of Gower, one of the medieval Marcher Lordships in South Wales, extending from the foothills of the Black Mountains in the north for thirty miles down to the Bristol Channel on its south coast.
Evans, Chris. Gilbert Gilpin: A Witness to the South Wales Iron Industry in its Ascendancy (NLW's site) Morgannwg 34
Evans, C J O. Glamorgan, Its history and topography 1948
Evans, E W. Mabon. (William Abraham, 1842-1922): a study in Trade Union leadership. GPC, 1959.
Evans, Eric Wyn. The Miners of South Wales. 1961
Evans, Geo Ewart. The Strength of the Hills.
Evans, J Rev. Letters written during a Tour through South Wales in 1803.
Evans, Leslie Wynne. Colliery Schools in South Wales in the Nineteenth Century. National Library of Wales journal. 1957, Winter. Volume X/2
Evans, Leslie Wynne. Copper-Works Schools in South Wales during the Nineteenth Century. National Library of Wales journal. 1959, Summer Volume XI/1
Evans, Leslie WynneVoluntary Education in the Industrial Areas of Wales before 1870 National Library of Wales journal. Vol XIV/4, Winter 1966
Evans, Leslie Wynne. School Boards and the Works School System after the Education Act of 1870. National Library of Wales journal. 1967, Summer Volume XV/1
Evans, L. Wynne. Ironworks schools in South Wales, 1784-1860. Sociological Review, July, 1951
Evans, L Wynne. Education in Industrial Wales. Avalon Books, 1971
Evans, R. Meurig. Children working underground . National Museum of Wales
Evans, R Meurig. Children in the Mines, 1840-42. Nat.Mus.W, 1972
Evans, R M. Children in the Iron Industry, 1840-42. , 1972
Evans, S H. The south Wales shipping boom and slump 1919-1920. Cardiff : Department of Maritime Studies and International Transport, University of Wales, 1992.
Family at Work 1900-1918; Mid Glamorgan County History Research
Eyers, Michael. The Masters of the Coalfields
Finlay, Ian F. The Trams of Wales and the Isle of Man in Old Picture Postcards. European Library, 1984. Picture Postcards from Aberdare, Cardiff, Merthyr Tydfil, Pontypridd, Swansea, Tonypandy
Fisher, Kate. 'Clearing up misconceptions': the campaign to set up birth control clinics in south Wales between the wars Welsh History Review vol 19
Flint, A. J. ' "Neither a borrower ...", Sir Robert Price, Bart., M.P.' Glamorgan Historian, 11 (1975)
Forss, Derek. South Wales in Camera
Foster-Smith, James R. The non ferrous mines of the South Wales area. Sheffield : Northern Mine Research Society, 1981.
Fox, Cyril Sir. South Wales and Monmouthshire. H.M.S.O, H.M.S.O, 1954. 1950.
Francis, Hywel & David Smith. The Fed; a history of the South Wales Miners in the twentieth century. Published by Lawrence and Wishart, 1980.
Francis, Hywel. Society and trades unions in Glamorgan, 1800-1987. Glamorgan county history, (1988)
Francis, Hywel. The Anthracite Strike and the Disturbances of 1925. Llafur, vol 1/2 May 1973
Freeman, T.W. Early Settlement of Glamorgan in Scottish Geog. Mag., January 1936
Fussell, G E. Glamorgan Farming (NLW's site) Morgannwg I
Gatehouse, Don and Geoff Dowling. British Railways - Past and Present: South Wales. Past and Present Publishing, 1995 . Part 1: Gwent and Routes to Dowlais and Merthyr. Part 2: Mid and South Glamorgan.
General View of the Agriculture and Domestic Economy of South Wales, Vol. II, 1815
Gibbs, Michael Wales for Sale Minerva vol 10 2002 Welsh Journals Online
Gilchrist, W J M Unwillingly to school Gower vol 27 1976 Welsh Journals Online
Gilman, J. M. ' Some Bristol Channel trading sloops'. Mariner's Mirror, 50:1 (1964)
Glamorgan & Monmouthshire mining accidents 1933-1934; Glamorgan F.H.S. [s.l.]: Glamorgan Family History Society, 2004.
Glamorgan County History. Middle Ages, and Natural History, 2 sep vols.
Glamorgan-Gwent Archaeological Trust. Archaeological Notes: Roman period, Cowbridge andMedieval & later periods: Rumney Castle, Cardiff (NLW's site) Morgannwg 22 andMargam andBridgend area, vol 22, Roman period: Llandough, near Penarth vol 23, Biglis vol 23, Whitewalls, Swansea vol 23, Bear Hotel, Cowbridge, vol 23, Cowbridge vol 27, Loughor vol 27,
Glamorgan Federation of W.I.s. The Glamorgan Village Book
Glover, Brian. Loyalty Pays: a history of the United Clubs Brewery Stroud 1995
Grant, Raymond. The Parliamentary History of Glamorgan 1542-1976. 1978.
Grant, Raymond. On the Parish,Glamorgan Archive Service,1988. A list of Glamorgan parishes with extant Vestry minutes, Overseers books etc from this book is on Parish Poor Law records
Granville, Neville. The Last Earl of Leicester (NLW's site) Morgannwg 36
Granville, Neville. Chapel Going (NLW's site) Morgannwg 47
Great Western Railway roll of honour, 1914-1918. [Glamorgan]: Glamorgan Family History Society, 2005.
Greenway, William Henry de Gower, Bishop of St David's, 1328-1347 Gower, vol 11 1958 Welsh Journals Online
Grey-Morgan, Colyn Frank Llewellyn-Jones, 1907-1997, a man of many parts Minerva vol 7 1999 Welsh Journals Online
Griffiths, M. 'The Manor in medieval Glamorgan : the estates of the de Ralegh family in the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries'. Bulletin of the Board of Celtic Studies, 32 (1985) Griffiths, Matthew; Thomas, Howard J. 'Evidence for the origins of the durable hall-house in Glamorgan'. Morgannwg, 28 (1984)
Griffiths, Matthew. Native Society on the Anglo-Norman Frontier: the evidence of the Margam Charters (NLW's site) Welsh History Review 14
Griffiths, M. A. ' : The Case of Some Glamorgan Parishes' (NLW's site) Morgannwg, 17 (1973)
Griffiths, Matthew and Howard Thomas. Archaeological Notes: Marsh House, Aberthaw (NLW's site) Morgannwg 26
Griffiths, Ralph. The Principality of Wales in the Later Middle Ages; vol 1; South Wales, 1277-1536. 1972
Griffiths, Ralph et al (eds). An Introduction to the Sources for the History of Medicine in south Wales Swansea 1995
Griffiths, Rhidian. Musical life in the nineteenth century. Glamorgan county history, (1988)
Griggs, F L. Highways & Byways in South Wales.. 1914
Gross, Joseph. Glamorganshire Canal. Merthyr Historian. Vol. 1 (1976)
Gwynfor Jones, J. 'Reflections on concepts of nobility in Glamorgan, c.1540-1640'. Morgannwg, 25 (1981)
Guy, John R. The Gamage Family: a Study in Clerical Patronage in the C17th & C18th (NLW's site) Morgannwg 14
Habakkuk, Hrothgar John. 'Industrial Glamorgan' [Review article] (NLW's site) . Morgannwg, 25 (1981)
Hadfield, Charles. The Canals of South Wales and the Border, Cardiff U.P. 1960
Hale, Michael. Steam in South Wales. Oxford Publishing or The Welsh Railways Research Council, Various dates.
Volume 1: The Valleys
Volume 2: North and West of Swansea
Volume 3: Main Line and the Docks
Volume 5: East and Mid Glamorgan
Volume 6: The General Scene
Halfacree, Keith. Population migration within, into and out of Wales in the late twentieth century. 1, ; A general overview of the literature . Swansea : Department of Geography, University College of Swansea, 1992.
Hall, Mr and Mrs S.C. The Book of South Wales and the Wye, 1861. Selected extract
Hallett, Graham. Maritime industry and port development in South Wales. Cardiff : University College, Cardiff (Department of Economics), 1970.
Harding, Joan N The Welsh Chaplains Minerva vol 6 1998 Welsh Journals Online
Hayton, C and C O Jones-Jenkins. Archaeological Notes: St Fagan's chapel (NLW's site) Morgannwg 23
Heath, John. The history of fire-fighting in the Glamorgans. Gelligaer 13 (1990)
Henriques, U R Q. (ed). The Jews of South Wales: historical studies. UWP, 1993
Henriques, Ursula R. Q. 'Epilogue' [The Jews of south Wales]. In Henriques, Ursula R. Q. (ed.), The Jews of south Wales : historical studies(Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 1993)
Henriques, Ursula R. Q. 'The Jews and crime in south Wales before the first world war' (NLW's site) Morgannwg29 - also published In Henriques, Ursula R. Q. (ed.),The Jews of south Wales : historical studies (Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 1993)
Higgins, L. S. ' The Brogden pioneers of the early industrial development of mid-Glamorgan'. National Library of Wales Journal, 20 (1978)
Hilling John B. Architecture in Glamorgan. Glamorgan county history
Hilton, Kenneth. John Spargo, the Social Democratic Federation, and the 1898 south Wales coal strike (NLW's site) Welsh History Review 16
History Trust, 1988 Williams, general editor's assistant: M.Fay Williams, edited by Prys Morgan 6 (1988) Holmes, Colin. The Tredegar Riots of 1911: anti-Jewish disturbances in south-Wales (NLW's site) Welsh History Review11
Holmes, G. A. 'A history of medieval Glamorgan' (NLW's site) Morgannwg, 16 (1972)
Holmes, G M. The South Wales Coal Industry, 1850-1914. Trans Hon Soc Cymm. 1976
Holt, Geoffrey. ' The Glamorgan mission after the Oates plot'. Journal of Welsh Ecclesiastical History, 1 (1984) Hopkins, T. J. 'Howel Harris's friends and supporters in east Glamorgan, 1738-49'. Cylchgrawn Cymdeithas Hanes Eglwys Methodistiaid Calfinaidd Cymru, 51 (1966)
Houlder, C & W H Manning. South Wales: A Regional Archaeology. Cory, Adams & Mackay. 1966.
Hughes, Colin. Lemon, Lime, and Sarsaparilla; the Italian community in South Wales, 1881-1945. Seren, 1992
Hughes, P. G. 'Porthmona ym Morgannwg' [Droving in Glamorganshire]. Transactions of the Honourable Society of Cymmrodorion (1948 for 1946-7)
Hughes, Stephen. Collieries of Wales : engineering and architecture. Aberystwyth : Royal Commission on Ancient and Historical Monuments in Wales, .
Humphrys, Graham. Industrial Britain; South Wales. 1972
Hutchison, Peter Welsh Copper Smelting; a Simple Process for the Working man Minerva vol 3 1995 Welsh Journals Online
Ince, Laurence. The South Wales Iron Industry 1750 - 1885, 1993 . Merton Priory Press.
Industrial Survey of South Wales. HMSO 1932, and Second Survey in 1937
Industries of Wales, The Archive Photograph Series
James, B. L. ' The Welsh language in the Vale of Glamorgan' (NLW's site) Morgannwg, 16 (1972)
James, Brian L (ed). G T Clark: Scholar Ironmaster in the Victorian Age UWP 1988
James, Deborah. '" Teaching girls" : intermediate schools and career opportunities for girls in the East Glamorgan valleys of Wales, 1896-1914'. History of Education, 30:6 (2001)
Jarrett, Michael Grierson. 'Early Glamorgan' [Review article] (NLW's site) . Morgannwg, 29 (1985)
Jarrett, Michael G. The Roman Villa at Whitton, Glamorgan: Excavations of 1965 (NLW's site) Morgannwg 9 and second interim report, also Vol 11, and Vol 12, Vol 14,
Jenkins, J. P. 'From Edward Lhuyd to Iolo Morganwg : the death and rebirth of Glamorgan antiquarianism' (NLW's site) Morgannwg, 23 (1979)
Jenkins, J P.The Gibbs Family, Law and Party Politics in Stuart Glamorgan (NLW's site) Morgannwg 25
Jenkins, J P. The demographic decline of the landed gentry in the C18th: a South Wales study (NLW's site) Welsh History Review 11
Jenkins, Paul. Twenty by Fourteen-A History of the South Wales Tinplate Industry 1700 - 1961.
Jenkins, Philip. Glamorgan politics 1789-1868. Glamorgan county history,(1988)
Jenkins, Philip. Times and Seasons: the Cycles of the Year in Early Modern Glamorgan (NLW's site) Morgannwg 30
Jenkins, Philip. The Making of a Ruling Class; the Glamorgan gentry 1640-1790. 1983
Jenkins, Philip. The creation of an 'Ancient Gentry': Glamorgan 1760-1840. (NLW's site) Welsh History Review 12 Jenkins, Philip. ' Church patronage and clerical politics in eighteenth-century Glamorgan'( NLW's site) Morgannwg, 28 (1984)
Jenkins, Rhys. Links in the history of engineering and technology from Tudor times. The collected papers of Rhys Jenkins, comprising articles in the professional and technical press, mainly prior to 1920 and a catalogue of other published work. Cambridge, 1936.
John, A H. The Industrial Development of South Wales 1750 - 1850, 1950. Cardiff U.P. & Rev ed.1995 Merton Press
John, A H & Glanmor Williams (eds). Industrial Glamorgan from 1700 - 1970. "It is quite conceivably the best economic history of any Welsh county yet produced with a collection of thirty-four quite superb historical prints and photographs, along with eight very detailed maps... " (The Local Historian)
John, A H. Iron and Coal on a Glamorgan estate 1700-1740. Econ. Hist. Rev. Vol. IV, 1951
John, Angela V. The Chartist Endurance: Industrial South Wales 1840-68 (NLW's site) Morgannwg 15
Johnes, Martin. Soccer and Society:South Wales, 1900-1939. UWP, 2002
Jones, D J V. Crime and policing in the C20th: the south Wales experience UWP 1996
Jones, D J V.The south Wales strike of 1816 (NLW's site) Morgannwg 11
Jones, Dilwyn. Archaeological Notes: Roman period, Oxwich Castle , Gower (NLW's site) Morgannwg 19 andMargam Orangery vol 19
Jones, Dot. Did Friendly Societies matter ? A study of Friendly Society membership in Glamorgan, 1794-1910 (NLWs' site) Welsh History Review 12
Jones, E D. The Journal of William Roberts ['Nefydd'] 1853-62. National Library of Wales journal, Winter 1953, Volume VIII/2 et al. A series of three articles- it includes extensive general commentary on elementary education covering the whole of Wales, and with journal entries which cover his visits to places in south, south-east and west Wales.
Jones, G Penrhyn. Cholera in Wales. National Library of Wales journal Vol X/3 Summer 1958.
Jones, Gareth Elwyn. Local administration and justice in 16th century Glamorgan' (NLW's site) Morgannwg, 9 (1965)
Jones, Gareth Elwyn. Education in Glamorgan since 1780. Glamorgan county history, (1988)
Jones, Gareth Elwyn. 'Tudor Glamorgan and the historian' (NLW's site) Morgannwg, 18 (1974)
Jones, Gareth Elwyn. 'Local history in Glamorgan schools'. Morgannwg, 25 (1981)
Jones, Gwyn Briwnant and Denis Dunstone. The Railways of Wales circa 1900. Gomer Press, 2000
Jones, Ieuan Gwynedd.Franchise Reform and Glamorgan Politics in the mid-C19 (NLW's site) Morgannwg II
Jones, Ieuan Gwynedd. Franchise reform and Glamorgan politics 1869-1921. Glamorgan county history (1988)
Jones, Iorwerth Hughes Evan John Walters (1893-1951) Gower vol 17 1966 Welsh Journals Online
Jones, J. Graham. ' )' (NLW's site) Morgannwg, 44 (2000)
Jones, Jack. Off to Philadelphia in the Morning Penguin 1951
Jones, Jack. The Trilogy of Jack Jones' life - Unfinished Journey/Me and Mine/Give me back my Heart.
Lloyd George said of him in his life he has been - Miner, Forester, Navvy, Soldier, Communist agitator, Political propagandist, Book salesman, Cinema manager, Trade Union official, Lecturer, Freelance journalist, Playwright and Author. Glyn Jones in his book "The Dragon has two tongues" says old David missed a few - Film actor, Lamp salesman, Script writer, Broadcaster, and Television personallity.
Jones, J Graham. Glamorgan politics 1918-85. Glamorgan county history, (1988)
Jones, John Gwynfor. Reflections on some sixteenth-century east Glamorgan gentry. Merthyr Historian. Vol. 10 (1999)
Jones, John Gwynfor.Reflections on concepts of nobility in Glamorgan, c1540-1640 (NLW's site) Morgannwg 25
Jones, J. Gwynfor. 'The gentry of East Glamorgan : Welsh cultural dimensions, 1540-1640' (NLW's site) Morgannwg, 37 (1993)
Jones, Philip N. Population migration into Glamorgan, 1861-1911 : a reassessment. Glamorgan county history, (1988)
Jones, P N. Colliery Settlement in the South Wales Coalfield, 1850-1926. 1969
Jones, R Tudur. Glamorgan Christianity in 1905-6 : a statistical survey. Glamorgan county history, (1988)
Jones, Lewis. Cwmardy
Jones, Mrs Abel BSc . The Story of Glamorgan, 1955. A general history, with detailed information on hundreds of towns and villages
Jones, T F R. The discovery of seven Henry I silver pennies .... during excavations of the Vale of Glamorgan (NLW's site) Morgannwg 6
Jordan, H. The 1842 General Strike in South Wales Pamphlet, 1984?
Kenyon, John R. 'Some Glamorgan documents in the National Museum of Wales Library'. Morgannwg, 37 (1993)
Klarman, Michael. The Trade Union political levy, the Osborne Judgement (1909), and the South Wales Miners Federation (NLW's site) Welsh History Review 15
Knight, Henry Hey. The names of all the freeholders within every parish of the ten hundreds of the county of Glamorgan in the year that Watkin Lougher was high sheriff - 1634 : communicated to the Neath Institution, November 16, 1849, H. Gwyn, Esq., M.P. in the chair. Neath : Printed by T. Maber, 1849.
Knight, J K.Archaeological Notes: Medieval period: Caerphilly Castle (NLW's site) Morgannwg 21
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Orrin, Geoffrey R. Medieval Churches of the Vale of Glamorgan Cowbridge 1988
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Painting, David. Amy Dillwyn UWP 1987
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Price, Cecil. Some Welsh Theatres, 1844 - 1870 National Library of Wales journal. 1961, Winter Volume XII/2
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Red & White Services(1919-1949). Published by Red & White Group of Omnibus Companies.A history of the company, with lots of names, photographs, facts, routes etc.
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Rees, Ronald. The South Wales copper-smoke dispute, 1833-95 (NLW's site) Welsh History Review 10
Rees, Teresa. A demographic and socio-economic of migrants to and from the South Wales valleys. Cardiff, 1976
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Rubinstein, W D. The anti-Jewish riots of 1911 in south Wales: a re-examination (NLW's site) Welsh History Review 18 and a Response by Geffrey Alderman vol 20
Salter, Mike. The Old Parish Churches of Gwent, Glamorgan & Gower, 1991. Folly Publications, Malvern.
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Savory, H N. Recent archaeological excavation and discovery in Glamorgan: 1. Prehistoric Glamorgan (NLW's site) Morgannwg I and Vol 2, Vol 3, Vol 4, Vol 5, Vol 6, Vol 7, Vol 8, Vol 9, Vol 10, Vol 11?, Vol 12, Vol 13, Vol 14 Archaelogical Notes series: Vol 15, Vol 16, Vol 17, Vol 18, Vol 19, Vol 20
Savory, H N (ed). Glamorgan County History: vol II, Early Glamorgan, Prehistory and Early History UWP 1984
Savory, H N (ed). Early Glamorgan. "..... nine chapters spanning the Palaeolithic to the coming of the Normans...It will long remain a useful and readable account of the pre-history and early history of Glamorgan for specialist and layman alike. (Welsh History Review)
Scourfield, Elfyn. Rural society in the Vale of Glamorgan. Glamorgan county history, (1988)
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Smith, David and Gareth Williams. Fields of Praise: The Official History of the Welsh Rugby Union, 1881-1981 UWP) 1980
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The Glamorgan Historian Volumes 1-11. Also Volume 12; Stewart Williams Publishers
The Glamorgan Village Book, 1993, by Glamorgan Federation of Women's Institutes. Published by Countryside Books, Newbury and GFWI, Port Talbot
The Wesleyan Methodist Historic Roll. Comprises 50 volumes or over 17,500 pages containing the names of over one million people who contributed one guinea to the Twentieth Century Fund, also known as the Million Guinea Fund. The fund was launched in 1898 and by the time it closed in 1904 had raised £1,073,682. Many of the pages of the Historic Roll contain the signatures and addresses of the donors, as well as donations given "in memoriam".The names of many Sunday School scholars who
donated one shilling each to the fund may also be found in the Historic Roll. When the fund closed in 1904 all the pages were returned to London and bound into these 50 Volumes.
Facsimiles of Volumes 17-19 are held by the Glamorgan FHS and may contain further information. These volumes cover the South Wales circuits from Gwent in the east across to Dyfed in the west and includes in excess of 15,000 names.
The Railways of South East Wales. British Rail [and] University College Cardiff, 1985.
The Welch Regiment (41st & 69th Foot) 1881 -1969 (ISBN - 0-7524-1679-0) Compiled by Bryn Owen FMA, Welch Regimental Museum, Cardiff Castle, The Archive Photograph Series
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Thomas, H J.Archaeological Notes : Barry, St Nicholas Churchyard (NLW's site) Morgannwg 27
Thomas, Howard J.Uchelolau Deserted medieval Village (Recent archaeological excavation and discovery in Glamorgan) (NLW's site) Morgannwg 10 and vol 11, and vol 14
Thomas, H J. Archaeological Notes: Medieval period: Porthkerry Park (NLW's site) Morgannwg 21, Dinas Powys Common, vol 23, Barry Old Village vol 23, Flatholm vol 23, Porthkerry Mill site vol 23,
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Thomas, H J and H Brooksby. Archaeological Notes: Cowbridge (NLW's site) Morgannwg 17
Thomas, H J and G Dowdell. Archaeological Notes: Medieval period: Barry, Old Village Rd (NLW's site) Morgannwg vol 21
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Thomas, J. D. H. 'Judge David Jenkins, 1582-1663' (NLW's site) Morgannwg, 8 (1964)
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Robinson, David M. Cowbridge : the archaeology and topography of a small market town in the Vale of Glamorgan . Swansea : Glamorgan-Gwent Archaeological Trust, 1980.
Thomas, JH & WE Watkins; The Bridgend - Cowbridge Union Workhouse and Guardians; 1995 D Brown & Sons
Thomas, Sidney R. Church with royal connection : [Holy Cross, Cowbridge]. Country Quest 29/9 (1989)
Adeiladau o ddiddordeb pensaerniol neu hanesyddol arbennig : Coychurch Higher, Pen-y-bont ar Ogwr (rhan) = Buildings of special architectural or historic interest : Coychurch Higher, Bridgend (part). CADW, 1998.
Davies, Arabella. The diary of Mrs. Arabella Davies, late wife of the Rev. E. Davies, A.B. Rector of Coychurch. Printed from her own manuscript. London : sold by Mr. Buckland; Mr. Dilly; Mr. Matthews; Mr. Ash; Mr. Watts; Mr. Hazard, Bath; and Mr. Mills, Bristol, 1788.
James, Brian Ll. Thomas Richards : 1710-1790 : curate of Coychurch : scholar and lexicographer . [Coychurch] : Coychurch Lower Community Council, .
Jones, Anthony L. The Churches of St. Peter, Peterson-Super-Ely; Llansantffraid (Aberkenfig); St. David (Bettws); St. Crallo (Coychurch) and St. Cadoc (Aberpergwm). Pencoed : Anthony L. Jones, 2000.
Papers on the Churches of Coity, Coychurch, and Ewenny with Coity Castle. Bridgend : printed by the Central Glamorgan Gazzette, 1888
Breverton, Terry. The secret Vale of Glamorgan : the story of St Tathan, Gileston, Aberthaw, Eglwys Brewis and Flemingston. [S.l.] : Glyndwr Publishing, 2000.
Adeiladau o ddiddordeb pensaerniol neu hanesyddol arbennig : Van, Caerffili (rhan) = Buildings of special architectural or historic interest : Van, Caerphilly (part). Cardiff : Cadw: Welsh Historic Monuments, [2000?]
Adeiladau o ddiddordeb pensaerniol neu hanesyddol arbennig : Aber Valley, Caerffili (rhan) = Buildings of special architectural or historic interest : Aber Valley, Caerphilly (part). Cardiff : Cadw: Welsh Historic Monuments, [2000?]
Adeiladau o ddiddordeb pensaerniol neu hanesyddol arbennig : Crumlin, Caerffili (rhan) = Buildings of special architectural or historic interest : Crumlin, Caerphilly (part). Caerdydd : CADW: Welsh Historic Monuments, [1999?]
Adeiladau o ddiddordeb pensaerniol neu hanesyddol arbennig : Llanbradach : Caerffili (rhan) = Buildings of special architectural or historic interest : Caerphilly (part). Caerdydd : Cadw: Welsh Historic Monuments, 2001.
Ancestors and all saints : Llanbradach squires, parish, priests; D.G. Sellwood. Caerphilly: D. G. Sellwood, 2006.
Angove, Wendy. The Aber Valley, including " 50 years of Senghenydd Nursery"
Anon. Rhaglen canmlwyddiant gyda hanes Eglwys Annibynol Ebenezer, Glantaf, Rhydyfelin [Programme of centenary celebrations, with a history of the Congregational church at Ebenezer, Glantāf, Rhydyfelin]. Pontypridd, 1946.
Benson, John. Charity's pitfalls : the Senghenydd disaster. History Today 43 (November 1993)
Boulton, William G. Senghenydd : the village and its rugby club . Risca : Starling, 1982.
Brown, John H. The valley of the shadow [Senghenydd]. Port Talbot : Alun Books, c1981.
Brown, Roger Lee. The parish of Eglwysilan during the eighteenth century and The marriage of George Whitefield at Caerphilly : two papers . Tongwynlais : R.L. Brown, 1982.
Brown, Roger Lee. Porcelain and iron : Taffs Well and Nantgarw 11. [Tongwynlais] : R.L. Brown, 1983.
Brown, Roger Lee. Taffs Well and Nantgarw III . Tongwynlais : Tair Eglwys Press, 1984.
Brown, Roger Lee. Taffs Well & Ffynnon Taf . Taffs Well : Roger Lee Brown, 1981.
Brown, Roger Lee. Tongwynlais, Taff's Well and Nantgarw picture album. Cardiff : Parish of Tongwynlais, [1993?].p65. Also 1988, 1989 & 1993.
Cipolwg 2000 : Ffynnon Taf, Glan y Llyn, Nantgarw ar ddiwedd yr ugeinfad ganrif= Snapshot 2000 : Taff's Well, Glan y Llyn, Nantgarw ar the close of the 20th century. Caerdydd : Lazy Cat Publishing, 1999.
Clinch, Margaret. John Llewelyn M.R.C.S. L.S.A. J.P. 1808-1895 : Caerphilly's first qualified medical practitioner. Caerphilly 6 (2000)
Davies, Michael A. Nantgarw china works, restoration of a kiln. Caerphilly 6 (2000)
Davies, Thomas V. The farms and farmers of Senghenydd Supra prior to the industrial revolution . Kibworth (Leics.) : Alan G. Davies, 1991
Edwards, Ness. Caerphilly and its castles. Caerphilly, 1948.
Erasmus, David A. Nantgarw House : the site of a ceramics manufactory. Caerphilly 6 (2000)
Evans, Elias. The Aber Valley. c 1987. Lots of old local characters mentioned by name
Evans, R Meurig. One Saturday afternoon : the Albion Colliery, Cilfynydd explosion of 1894. [Cardiff] : National Museum of Wales, 1984.
Gill, Alan Thomas. Castell Morgraig update. Caerphilly 6 (2000)
Guy, John R. The rudry radical : Dr William Price of Ty'n y Coedcae / Part II. Caerphilly 6 (2000)
Howell, W. G. 'Castell Coch'. Architectural Review, 109 (1951)
Hutton, John. The Newport Docks & Railway Company : a portrait of the Alexandra (Newport & South Wales) Docks & Railway, and the Pontypridd, Caerphilly & Newport Railway. Wadenhoe : Silver Link, 1996. John, W. D. Nantgarw porcelain; assisted by Dr. S. John and B.A. Williams. Newport, Mon., 1948.
Johns, Cedric Norman. Caerphilly Castle, Mid Glamorgan = Castell Caerffili, Morgannwg Ganol. Cardiff : H.M.S.O., 1978.
Jones, Glyndwr G. The Senghenydd Colliery explosion, 1913. Picture Postcard Monthly 174 (1993)
Jones, Glyndwr Goronwy. ' The corn mills of Caerphilly and the surrounding district. Pt. 3'. Melin : cylchgrawn Cymdeithas Melinau Cymru = Journal of the Welsh Mills Group, 13 (1997)
Jones, Glyndwr Goronwy. Cronicl Caerffili : a collection of notes relating to Caerphilly's past. Beckenham: [G.G. Jones], 1973-. 11 vols. in 13
Jones, Howard C. Old Caerphilly & district in photographs. Barry : S. Williams, 1979.
Jones, H. C. 'A mountain community - Watford, Caerphilly'. Glamorgan Historian, 11 (1975)
Jones, Penelope. Quaker entrepreneur : William Weston Young and the Welsh porcelain from Swansea and Nantgarw. Antique Collector 62/7 (1991)
Lieven, Michael. Senghenydd the Universal pit village 1890- 1930. Gomer . -- a history of the village.
Lieven, Michael. Representations of the working class community : the Senghenydd mining disaster, 1913. Llafur 5/2 (1988)
Lieven, Michael. Senghenydd and the historiography of the south Wales coalfield (NLW's site) Morgannwg 43 (1999)
Lloyd, H Evan. History of Caerphilly : from the earliest period to the present time. Pontypridd : printed by F.J. Harries, 1900.
MacSorley, M E. Militia ballot list : upper sub-division, Caerphilly, Glamorgan, 1828. Basingstoke : M. E. MacSorley, 1996.
Mainwaring, M. J. History of St. Peter's church, Senghenydd, 1895-1945. Abertridwr, 1946.
Meager, Kildare S. The Swansea and Nantgarw potteries : together with a catalogue of the collection of Welsh pottery and porcelain [on exhibition at the Glynn Vivian Art Gallery, Swansea]. [Swansea] : Swansea Corporation, 1949.
Ministry of Works. Caerphilly castle, Glamorgan (Ancient monuments and historic buildings series). .
Moore, Patricia. ' A plan of Caerphilly Castle, 1782'. Archaeologia Cambrensis, 147 (2001 for 1998)
Morgan, Owen Morien. History of Caerphilly Castle : its assailants and defenders. Treforest : Jones Bros., Taff Vale Printing Works, [1905?].
National Museum of Wales. The Nantgarw pottery and its products : an examination of the site. Cardiff : The National museum of Wales and the Press board of the University of Wales, 1932.
Owen, John. The Caerphilly coal basin 1823-1875. Caerphilly 6 (2000)
Phillips, J Basil. Abertridwr through the ages. [Abertridwr] : J. Basil Phillips, 1991.
Phillips, J Basil. Senghenydd a brave community. Old Bakehouse Publications, 2003.
Phillips, J Basil. Y Groeswen 1742-1992 . Groeswen : Capel y Groes-wen, 1992.
Rees, Ivor Thomas. ' D. M. Jones : preacher, pastor and politician'. Journal of Welsh Religious History, ns, 5 (2005), Welsh Religious Historical Society.
Rees, William. Caerphilly Castle and its place in the annals of Glamorgan. Caerphilly : D. Brown and Sons Ltd, 1974.
Rees, William (ed.). 'Records of the lordship of Senghenydd with the castle of Caerphilly (from the time of Edward I to Henry VIII) : The Lordship of Senghenydd with Caerphilly'. Publications, South Wales & Monmouth Record Society, 4 (1957)
Requiem for Will - a Senghenydd residents war diary for WW1 which includes some wonderful letters written about the Pit disaster
Renn, D F. Caerphilly Castle. Cardiff : Cadw: Welsh Historic Monuments, 1989.
Richards, H P. A history of Tonyfelin Welsh Baptist Church, Caerphilly, 1784-1984. Cowbridge ; Bridgend : D. Brown & Sons, 1985.
Richards, H P. A History of Caerphilly. Cowbridge, D Brown, 1975
Richards, H. P. A short history of Caerphilly. Caerphilly, 1970.
Richards, H P. Caerphilly in old picture postcards. Zaltbommel, Netherlands : European Library, 1984.
Saunders, Matthew. Castell y Van (Van Mansion), Caerphilly, Glamorgan. Transactions of the Ancient Monuments Society 36 (1992)
Sellwood, Dennis. Energlyn and Pwllypant. Caerphilly
Sellwood, Dennis G. The friendly invasion : the American soldiers who passed through Caerphilly in 1943-44 on their way to Europe as remembered by themselves and the townspeople. Caerphilly : Caerphilly Local History Society, 2002.
Senghenydd Book of Rememberance. Lists all the miners killed in the pit explosions of 1901 and 1913 with their addresses. [Abertridwr] : Aber Valley Community Council, 1993.
Spurgeon, C. J.; Thomas, Howard J. ' Caerphilly Castle : the Civil War redoubt'. Archaeologia Cambrensis, 147 (2001 for 1998)
Thomas, Cadwaladr and Edward Bush. Pebyll Seion : hanes ymdaith cynnulleidfaolieth yn y Watford, Groes Wen, Tonyfelin, Rhydri, Caerffili, Glandwr Tāf, Senghenydd, Llanbradach, Abertridwr : gyda darluniau o leoedd nodedig a phersonau enwog. Caerdydd : Argraffwyd gan y Western Mail, 1904. p122. Includes a preface in English and a chapter on The English Congregational Church, Senghenydd
Thomas, David Peter. A view from the Garth : One hundred years of Taffs Well Rugby 1887-1987. Taffs Well : GPS The Printers, 1987.
Watson, Richard. The sinking and early years of the Windsor Colliery, Abertridwr. Caerphilly 6 (2000)
Welsby, Catherine. 'Warning her as to her future behaviour' : the lives of the widows of the Senghenydd mining disaster of 1913. Llafur 6/4 (1995)
Williams, John. Caerphilly in old picture postcards. Volume 2. Zaltbommel, Netherlands : European Library, 1999.
Williams, J. P. 'Plas y Watford a'i berchennog' [Watford House and its owner]. Cylchgrawn Cymdeithas Hanes Eglwys Methodistiaid Calfinaidd Cymru, 39 (1954)
Williams, Rhydwen. Amser i wylo : Senghenydd 1913 . Abertawe : Christopher Davies, 1986.
Williams, Rowland. Nantgarw porcelain, 1813-1822 : the inaugural lecture to the Friends of Nantgarw, September 1993. Nantgarw : Friends of Nantgarw China Works Museum, [1997?].
Adroddiadau o ddiddordeb pensaerniol neu hanesyddol arbennig : Ewenny, Bro Morgannwg (rhan) = Buildings of special architectural or historic interest : Ewenny, Vale of Glamorgan (part). Cardiff : Cadw: Welsh Historic Monuments, 1998.
Evans, Gwyneth. Ewenny - potteries, potters and pots . Abertillery : Old Bakehouse, 2001.
Ewenny, Glamorgan, Parish Church of St. Michael : baptisms 1725-1925, burials 1714-1925, marriages 1755-1837 (Parish registers (Glamorgan Family History Society)). [Glamorgan]: Glamorgan Family History Society, 2001. 1 microfiche.
Haslam, Richard. Ewenny Priory, Mid-Glamorgan : the home of Mr and Mrs Picton Turbervill. Country Life 180 (1986)
Jones, Anthony L. Ewenny Priory . Pencoed : Anthony L. Jones, 2000.
Lewis, John M. The Ewenny potteries . Cardiff : Amgueddfa Genedlaethol Cymru, 1982.
Moore, James. Concise description of Ewenny Priory, Neath Abbey ... Haverfordwest Priory ... 1788
Papers on the Churches of Coity, Coychurch, and Ewenny with Coity Castle. Bridgend : printed by the Central Glamorgan Gazzette, 1888.
Radford, Courtenay Arthur Ralegh. Ewenny priory, Glamorgan (Ancient monuments and historic buildings series). 1952.
Thurlby, Malcolm. 'The Romanesque priory church of St Michael at Ewenny'. Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians, 47:3 (1988), Society of Architectural Historians
Turbervill, John P. Ewenny priory : monastery and fortress.
Breverton, Terry. The secret Vale of Glamorgan : the story of St Tathan, Gileston, Aberthaw, Eglwys Brewis and Flemingston. [S.l.] : Glyndwr Publishing, 2000.
County treasures survey : Llanmaes, Llanmihangel, and Flemingston . [Cardiff] : County of South Glamorgan, .
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