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Glamorgan Bibliography - parishes G - L

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Gelligaer

Gileston

Glyncorrwg

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Ilston

Knelston

Laleston

Lavernock

Leckwith

Lisvane

Llanbleddian

Llancarfan

Llandaff

Llanddewi

Llandeilo Talybont

Llandough juxta Cowbridge

Llandough juxta Penarth

Llandow

Llandyfodwg

Llanedeyrn

Llanfabon

Llangan

Llangeinor

Llangennith

Llangiwg

Llangyfelach

Llangynwyd

Llanharan

Llanharry

Llanilid

Llanilltern

Llanishen

Llanmadog

Llanmaes

Llanmihangel

Llanrhidian

Llansamlet

Llansannor

Llantrisant

Llantrithyd

Llantwit juxta Neath

Llantwit Major

Llantwit Vardre

Llanvithin

Llanwonno

Llysworney

Loughor

 

 

Gelligaer

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Barrie, D. S. The Rhymney Railway (Oakwood Library of Railway History, 9). Godstone, 1952.

Black, E. W. 'A reconsideration of Gelligaer'. Britannia, 24 (1993),Society for the Promotion of Roman Studies.

Broomfield et al. Stone Certificates - Mining Disasters in Rhymney Valley

Brown, Roger Lee. Laying the foundation stone of Lewis' School, Pengam. Gelligaer 13 (1990)

Brown, Roger Lee. 'The parish of Gelligaer in the nineteenth century and the foundation of the parish of Bargoed' (NLWs' site)   Morgannwg, 46 (2002)

Davies, Alwyn. The history of Hanbury Road English Baptist Church, Bargoed, 1896-1980. Bargoed : Hanbury Road English Baptist Church, 1980.

Davies, Enoch John. A short history of the cause at Ystrad Mynach. Bridgend : Bridgend Printing Co, [196-?].

Davies, Hywel. A history of Holy Trinity Church, Ystrad Mynach, 1857-1957. Ystrad Mynach : H. & J. Davies, 1996.

Davies, Thomas V. A Commission of Enquiry at Gelligaer in 1667 into tithe payments. Gelligaer 13 (1990)

Dean, Glenys E. Friends of Hen Dy Cwrdd Cefn Hengoed. Trafodion Cymdeithas Hanes y Bedyddwyr (1995)

Evans, E A. Over the top to Dowlais (Cae Harris) : an account of the Taff Bargoed Railway in the final years of steam, and a selection of historical notes. Steam Days 56 (1994)

Evans, E A. The Taff Bargoed Railway : a joint line in the south Wales coalfield. Railway World 51 (1990)

Evans, Hilda M. New Tredegar again. Risca : Starling Press, 1979.

Evans. Marion. A portrait of Rhymney : with cameos of Pontlottyn, Tafarnaubach, Princetown, Abertysswg and Fochriw. Vol.2. Abertillery : Old Bakehouse, 1995. Also vols 1-4, 1994 on.

Gelligaer charities : Edward Lewis : in the matter of the endowed schools' commissioners and of the "scheme" of the commissioners for the management of the several charities of Edward Lewis, of Gelligaer : statement ... [&c.]. Cardiff : printed at the "Western Mail" offices, [1873].

Gelligaer : selected lectures and visits. Gelligaer : Gelligaer Historical Society, 1964-. Annual

Gelligaer Urban District Council. The Gelligaer Story. Hengoed, Glam., [1959].

Gelligaer Urban District official guide. [Carshalton] : Home Publishing Co., [1972]

Heolddu Comprehensive School. Bargoed bygones. Bargoed : Heolddu Comprehensive School, 1994.

Holley, T F & V . Tails of Old Merthyr: a History of the Gelligaer Hunt 1898-1939    Merthyr Tydfil 1983

James, Paul. The history of Bargoed and Gilfach in photographs. Volumes 1 & 2. Abertillery : Old Bakehouse Publications, 1996.

Jarrett, Michael G.    Excavations at Gelligaer, Glamorgan, 1963  [part of Recent Archaeological Excavations....]  (NLW's site)   Morgannwg 8

Jenkins, Llewelyn. Hengoediana : sef, hanes eglwys y Bedyddwyr yn Hengoed, Gelligaer, Morganwg, o'i dechreuad hyd y flwyddyn 1860; ynghyd phedair o annerchiadau ar hanes y Bedyddwyr yn Nghymru, &c. Caerdydd : Argraffwyd gan W. Jones; cyhoeddedig gan yr eglwys, 1841

Jones, John Samuel. The history of Rhymney and Pontlottyn. Bridgend : Mid Glamorgan County Libraries, 1986.

Jones, Judith. Clwydtrawscae Farm. Gelligaer 13 (1990)

Jones, Judith. Gelligaer and Merthyr Common: A South Wales landscape Past and Present. 2003

Jones, Whitney R D. Maesycwmmer : the hidden landscape : (1826-1939). Hengoed : Maesycwmmer Community Council, 1989.

Littlewood, Kevin. ' Rhymney's Egyptian revival : images and interpretations of the Bute Ironworks, Glamorganshire, 1824-44'. National Library of Wales Journal, 31 (1999)

Padfield, Avril. Hengoed Baptist Church and the growth of the Baptist cause in the Rhymney Valley. Trafodion Cymdeithas Hanes y Bedyddwyr (1990)

Pierce, Gwynedd. 'Under the eaves some place-names in the Rhymni valley area'  (NLW's site) Morgannwg, 36 (1992)

Price, Peter. A history of Fochriw in photographs : with Pentwyn, Penybanc and Pantywaun. Abertillery : Old Bakehouse, 1996/1997. Stevens, R. A. 'Britannia Colliery' [Pengam (Glamorgan)]. Papers presented at the ... IEE Weekend Meeting on the History of Electrical Engineering, 5 (1977)

Taff Merthyr Colliery : the cost of closure. Cardiff : Mid Glamorgan County Council, 1992. p11. (Trelewis)

Theophilus, Jeremy. Black wound : project tip Glofa Bargoed ; arddangosfa o a [sic] lluniadau beintiadau gan Alun Evans = Bargoed Colliery tip project ; an exhibition of paintings and drawings by Alun Evans. Newport Newport Museum and Art Gallery [2000].

Thomas, Alfred. Gelligaer School scheme : speech ... on Monday, 2nd March 1896. London : Waterlow, [1896].

Thomas, D. G. ' The Gelligaer parish tithe customs'. Gelligaer, 7 (1970)

Webster, Peter, 1943-. ' Roman pottery production at Gelligaer'. Journal of Roman Pottery Studies, 12 (2005), 192-200. Oxbow Books.

Webster, Peter, 1943-. ' Pottery from the first Roman fort at Gelligaer'. Studia Celtica, 39 (2005)

Williams, Nesta. Bargoed settlement 1933-1998. Bargoed : Bargoed Settlement, 1999.


Gileston

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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 : St. Athan, Gileston. [Cardiff] : County of South Glamorgan, [1984?].

Jones, Anthony L. The Churches of St. Nicholas, St. Nicholas and St. Giles, Gileston. Pencoed : Anthony L. Jones, 1999.


Glyncorrwg

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Brown, Roger Lee. Through Cloud and sunshine, 1982. A history of the church in the upper Afan valley. This books lists the names of clergy from 1552 until 1979. Also has names of people. Port Talbot : Alun, c1982

Brown, Roger Lee. Manor and parish : an administrative history of Glyncorrwg. Tongwynlais : Tair Eglwys Press, 1986.

Brown, Roger Lee. Lewis Davies of Cymmer. Afan Uchaf 8 (1985)

Brown, Roger Lee. The tribulations of a mountain parish : Glyncorrwg. Tongwynlais : Tair Eglwys Press, 1988.

Brown, Roger Lee. Two papers on the history of Glyncorrwg : The population of the Hamlet of Glyncorrwg: a demographic survey and The Jenkin family of Corrwg Fechan: a revised statement. Tongwynlais : R.L. Brown, 1982

Brown, Roger Lee. The Glyncorrwg School Board,1884-1903. Afan Uchaf 8, 9 (1985), (1986)

Brown, Roger Lee. Nebo chapel, Glyncorrwg. Afan Uchaf 10 (1987)

Currie, Ian J. Cwmgwrach Valley of the Witch, 2000

Evans, David. Dyffryn Afan : hanes ac ystyr enwau lleoedd ac amaethdai, yn Nyffryn Afan : traethawd cyd-fuddugol yn Eisteddfod Cwmafan, Nadolig, 1889. Cwmafan : Llewellyn Griffiths, Argraffydd, [1889]

Glyncorrwg Primary School : centenary booklet. Glyncorrwg : Glyncorrwg Primary School, 1985.

Glyncorrwg Rugby Football Club 1880-1980 : a brief summary of the first hundred years. Port Talbot : Glyncorrwg Rugby Football Club, [1980].

Jones, Alwyn B. Place names of the Afan Valley. Port Talbot : Alun Books, 1988.

Jones, Eben. The birth of education in the upper Afan Valley. Port Talbot : Eben Jones, 1986.

Light, Jennie. Glyncorrwg diary. Glamorgan Family History Society Journal. 59 (2000)

McGaw J.        A visit to Glyncorrwg Colliery               Gower vol 16 1964            Welsh Journals Online

Nantybar : a vanished village in the Afan Valley; Beryl Richards. Talybont: Lolfa, 2006.

Neath Port Talbot visitor guide : including the Vale of Neath and Afan Valley. Port Talbot : Neath Port Talbot County Borough Council, [1998]-. Annual

Powell, Afan. The rise and fall of the South Wales coal industry with a view of Port Talbot and the Afan Valley. Cynonville : Mr Glyn Thomas, 1999.

Segelov, C R. Glyncorrwg Primary School : centenary booklet. Glyncorrwg : Glyncorrwg Primary School, 1985.

Seion/Bethania Cwmafan 1850-2000 : gwasanaeth dathlu canmlwyddiant a hanner, dydd Iau Hydref 5ed 2000 = service to celebrate the 150th anniversary, October 5th 2000. Port Talbot : Eglwys Seion Bethania, Cwmafan, 2000.

Swansea Bay, Mumbles, Gower, Afan and the Vale of Neath. Swansea : City and County of Swansea.  Annual

The woollen factory, Cymmer. Afan Uchaf 10 (1987)

Thomas, Glyn. Glimpses of the past in the Afan Valley. [Cynonville] : Welsh Miners Museum Committee, [1985].

Venallt Ironworks, Cwmgwrach : anthracite iron in the Vale of Neath. Swansea : Planning Department, West Glamorgan County Council, 1988.

Williams, Glyn. Glyncorrwg in 1926. Afan Uchaf 9 (1986)


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Ilston

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Ilston, Glamorgan, Parish Church of St. Illtyd : baptisms 1679-1925, burials 1683-1992, marriages 1654-1837 (Parish registers (Glamorgan Family History Society)). [Glamorgan]: Glamorgan Family History Society, 2001. 1 microfiche.

Jones, Iorwerth Hughes.        Evan Griffiths, first minister at Parkmill             Gower vol 14 1961            Welsh Journals Online

Jones, Iorwerth Hughes             Gellihir              Gower vol 19 1968          Welsh Journals Online  

Lee, F.            'The tercentenary of Ilston, 1649-1949.' Baptist Quarterly, 13:4 (1949), Baptist Historical Society

Lloyd, Thomas.           The destruction of Gellihir.             Gower vol 37 1986         Welsh Journals Online

Matthews, D Hugh. John Miles a Bedyddwyr Ilston. Trafodion Cymdeithas Hanes y Bedyddwyr. (1999)

Morgan, D. Densil. ' John Myles (1621-83) and the future of Ilston's past : Welsh Baptists after three and a half centuries'. Baptist Quarterly, 38 (1999), 176-84. Baptist Historical Society. .

Nield, E W             Ilston - a village in history         Gower vol 32 1981          Welsh Journals Online

Owens, Benjamin G.         The Ilston book : earliest register of Welsh Baptists. Aberystwyth : National Library of Wales, 1996.. Includes bibliographical references and index

Saunders, Gordon E.         Floodplain and valley-fill development in south Wales : some initial findings from the Ilston tributary of the Pennard Pill Valley, Gower. Cambria 13 (1986)

Walker, Margaret.       Ilston Church and its Clergy        Gower 50 1999      Welsh Journals Online     &     Part II       Gower, 51 2000     Welsh Journals Online

Williams, Glanmor.           John Miles, Ilston, and the Baptist denomination in Wales.            Minerva vol 7 1999        Welsh Journals Online


Knelston

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Gibbs, Michael         The Church at Knelston                 Gower vol 21 1970       Welsh Journals Online

 


Laleston

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Adeiladau o ddiddordeb pensaerniol neu hanesyddol arbennig : Laleston, Pen-y-bont ar Ogwr (rhan) = Buildings of special architectural or historic interest : Laleston, Bridgend (part). CADW, 1998

Biddle, D W. The Village of Laleston Then and Now. HSW Print, 2002

James, James Henry, of the Middle Temple. An inquiry into the necrology, history, heraldry, and epitaphian inscriptions of the parishes of Coity, Laleston, Merthyr Mawr, Newcastle, Oldcastle, and St. Bride Minor, in the county of Glamorgan. To which are added The vital statistics of the peers of Parliament of the United Kingdom. With "Coity castle": a poem. London, E. Lacey; [etc., etc.] 1860.


Lavernock

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County treasures survey : Lavernock, Leckwith, Michaelston-le-Pit . [Cardiff] : County of South Glamorgan, [1984?].

Newman, Richard; Parkhouse, Jonathan. ' The public and the dig : the Cosmeston medieval village project'. History & Archaeology Review, 4 (1989) Pocock, Rowland. 'Marconi's radio trials at Lavernock'.Papers presented at the ... IEE Weekend Meeting on the History of Electrical Engineering, 5 (1977)

Tilney, Chrystal. A history of the Parish of Penarth with Lavernock. [Penarth] : [Chrystal Tilney?], 1988.


Leckwith

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County treasures survey : Lavernock, Leckwith, Michaelston-le-Pit . [Cardiff] : County of South Glamorgan, [1984?].

Llandough with Leckwith magazine. The Parish of Llandough with Leckwith, 1970-. Monthly. June 1970-Dec. 1970; Jan 1971-Dec 1986; Jan 1987-Nov 1987; Jan-May 1988; Dec 1988; Jan 1989.


Lisvane

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Llewellyn, Titus. Lisvane Baptist Church, near Cardiff : brief historical sketch. [Cardiff] : [Lisvane Baptist Church], 1929.

Riden, Philip & Keith Edwards. Families and Farms in Lisvane 1850 -1950. Cardiff : Merton Priory Press, 1993.

Seward, Edwin. The Castell Field at Graig Llwyn, Lisvane, Glamorgan. 1907 ?.


Llanbleddian

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Alden, Jeff (ed.). Llanblethian : buildings and people : a selection of the buildings of Llanblethian and the people who have lived in them. Cowbridge: Cowbridge Record Society, 2001.

Cowbridge and Llanblethian : town guide. London : Ed. J. Burrow, [1986].

Haynes, George. Llanblethian [St Quentin's] castle (SS989742). Morgannwg 43 (1999)

James, Brian L. Cowbridge and Llanblethian past and present . Barry ; Cowbridge : S. Williams : D. Brown and Sons Ltd, 1979. p200. An illustrated history of Cowbridge area.

Riden, Philip. Farming in Llanblethian, 1660-1750 (Park Place papers, 9). Cardiff, 1980.

Riden, Philip. Llanblethian in 1851. Cardiff, 1979.

Toft, L A. A new dimension to the 'Ogmore helmets' mystery : an early nineteenth-century Iron Age helmet find at 'Castle Lligod', Llanblethian  (NLW's site) Morgannwg 41 (1997)

Toft, L. A. ' The nineteenth-century discovery and loss of the "Ogmore helmets"'. Archaeologia Cambrensis, 147 (2001 for 1998)

Williams, G. J. (ed.). 'Sabeliaid Aberthin' [Aberthin Sabellians]. Y Cofiadur, 25 (1955)


Llancarfan

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Adeiladau o ddiddordeb pensaerniol neu hanesyddol arbennig : Llancarfan, Bro Morgannwg (rhan) = Buildings of special architectural or historic interest : Llancarfan, Vale of Glamorgan (part). Cardiff : Cadw: Welsh Historic Monuments, [1996].

Awbery, Stan. Llancarfan : the village of a thousand saints. [Barry], 1957.

Brooke, Christopher. St Peter of Gloucester and St Cadog of Llancarfan. The Church and the Welsh border in the central middle ages, [by] Christopher N.L. Brooke, edited by D.N.Dumville and C.N.L.Brooke (1986),

Cloutman, Edward W.; Linnard, William. Henry Williams, Lancarvan : 'a clock and watchmaker and a great farmer' in the Vale of Glamorgan. Cardiff: Tathan Books, 2003. .

County treasures survey : Llancarfan. [Cardiff] : County of South Glamorgan, [1984?].

Llancarfan Society newsletter. Solva : Llancarfan Society, 1987-. Description based on: 81 (May-June 1998); title from caption. Index available (at NLW) to nos 1-43 (1987-1991).


Llandaff

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Bardo, Debra; Gray, Madeleine. 'The Power and the Glory : The Medieval Tombs of Llandaff Cathedral'. Welsh Journal of Religious History, 2 (2007), 6-26. Centre for the Advanced Study of Religion in Wales.

Bateman, David. History of Llandaff Cathedral. New edn. Cardiff, [1958].

Billingham, Nigel & Stephen K Jones. Ely Voices.  2003.  Ely in the C20th -short anecdotes and over 100 pictures.

Breeze, Andrew. ' Does scripulum in the Book of Llandaff mean "piece of gold"?'. Transactions of the Honourable Society of Cymmrodorion, ns, 3 (1997 for 1996)

Brooke, Christopher. The archbishops of St Davids, Llandaff, and Caerleon-on-Usk. The Church and the Welsh border in the central middle ages, [by] Christopher N.L. Brooke, edited by D.N.Dumville and C.N.L.Brooke (1986)

Brown, Roger Lee. Llandaff figures and places : aspects of the ecclesiastical history of Llandaff. Welshpool : Gwasg Eglwys y Trallwng, 1998.

Brown, Roger Lee. Reclaiming the wilderness : some aspects of the parochial life and achievements of the Diocese of Llandaff during the nineteenth century. Welshpool : Tair Eglwys Press, 2001.

Brown, Roger L.     The Copleston Memorial      (NLW's site)   Morgannwg 41

Brown, Roger L.  The Letters of Edward Copleston, Bishop of Llandaff, 1828-49   Cardiff, 2003

Butcher, G P. Butcher's Cardiff district directory : including Pontypridd, Llandaff, etc., and the villages five miles round Cardiff. London : G.P. Butcher, [1881].

Buttress, D. R. 'Llandaff cathedral in the 18th and 19th centuries'. Publications of the Historical Society of the Church in Wales, 16 (1966)

Church in Wales. Llandaff Records. Volume 2; Acts of the Bishops of LLandaff, Book 1. Actorum ... Cardiff ; 1908. Wm. Lewis, pr. p123. Also up top vol 5

Clifton, Arthur Benjamin. The cathedral church of Llandaff : a description of the building and a short history of the see. London : G. Bell & Sons, 1907.

Compton-Davies, W R. Historical & pictorial glimpses of Llandaff Cathedral : the cathedral of S.S. Peter, Paul, Dubritius, Teleiau and Oudoceus . 3rd ed. Cardiff : E. Dobbin, 1897.

Copelston, Edward. Memoir of Edward Copleston, Bishop of Llandaff : with selections from his diary and correspondence, etc.   London : John W. Parker, 1851

Crouch, David. An unknown medieval church survey of Llandaff Diocese (1433 AD)  (NLW's site)   Morgannwg 26

Crouch, David. Urban: first Bishop of Llandaff, 1107-34. Journal of Welsh Ecclesiastical History 6 (1989)

Crouch, David B. (ed.). Llandaff episcopal acta, 1140-1287 (South Wales Record Society, 5). Cardiff: 1989 Crouch, David B.; Thomas, G. 'Three Goldcliff Charters'.National Library of Wales Journal, 24:2 (1985)

Daniel Owen & Co.'s Cardiff directory, (including) Penarth & Llandaff and towns and villages adjacent to Cardiff. Cardiff : Daniel Owen and Co., 1893. 11th ed.

Davies, Alun R. Llandaff Cathedral. Much Wenlock : RJL Smith & Associates, 1990.

Davies, Chrystal. They looked at Llandaff ; Bishop Hugh Lloyd and the Battle of St. Fagans. Llandaff : Llandaff Society, 1992.

Davies, E. T. ' John Wood's Italianate temple'. Publications of the Historical Society of the Church in Wales, 6 (1956)

Davies, John Reuben. The Book of Llandaf and the Norman Church in Wales (Studies in Celtic history, 21). Woodbridge: Boydell Press, 2003.

Davies, John Reuben. 'The Book of Llandaf : a twelfth-century perspective'. Anglo-Norman Studies, 21 (1998), 31-46. Boydell & Brewer.

Davies, John Reuben. 'Liber Landavensis : its date and the identity of its editor'. Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies, 35 (1998), 1-11. Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies.

Davies, Wendy. 'Unciae : land measurement in the Liber Landavensis'. Agricultural History Review, 21 (1973)

Davies, Wendy. An early Welsh microcosm : studies in the Llandaff Charters. London : London : Royal Historical Society ; [Distributed by] Swift Printers, 1978.

Davies, Wendy. The Llandaff charters. Aberystwyth : National Library of Wales, 1979.

Davies, Wendy. ' The consecration of bishops of Llandaff in the 10th and llth centuries'. Bulletin of the Board of Celtic Studies, 26:1 (1974)

Davies, Wendy. ' Adding insult to injury : power, property and immunities in early medieval Wales'. In Davies, Wendy; Fouracre, Paul (ed.), Property and power in the early middle ages (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1995)

Davies, W. 'Braint Teilo'. Bulletin of the Board of Celtic Studies, 26 (1975)

Dunning, Robert W. Miles Salley, Bishop of Llandaff. Journal of the Welsh Ecclesiastical History 8 (1991)

Edwards, C. J. 'St. Teilo at Llandaff'. Publications of the Historical Society of the Church in Wales, 5 (1955)

Ewer, John. The Diocese of Llandaff in 1763 : the primary visitation of Bishop Ewer. Cardiff : South Wales Record Society, 1991.

Fowler, Charles B. Rambling sketches from the old churches in the Diocese of Llandaff . Cowbridge ; Bridgend : D. Brown on behalf of the Friends of Holy Cross Church, Cowbridge, 1987. Facsim reprint. - Originally published: Cardiff: Western Mail, 1896. Includes index.

Gibson, William. Gladstone and the Llandaff vacancy of 1882-3. Transactions of the Honourable Society of Cymmrodorion (1987)

Gray, Madeleine. The diocese of Llandaff in 1563. Journal of Welsh Religious History 2 (1994)

Gray, Madeleine. The cloister and the hearth : Anthony Kitchin and Hugh Jones, two reformation bishops of Llandaff. Journal of Welsh Religious History 3 (1995)

Green, Charles A H. Notes on churches in the diocese of Llandaff ... Aberdare : T. E. Smith, printer, 1906-07.

Greenway, William. 'The election of John of Monmouth, bishop of Llandaff, 1287-97' (NLW's site)   Morgannwg, 5 (1962)

Guy, John R. ' Bishop Barrington's book' (NLW's site)   Morgannwg, 25 (1981)

Guy, John R. (ed)   The Diocese of Llandaff in 1763: The Primary Visitation of Bishop Ewer.   Cardiff 1991

Hilling, John . Llandaf past and present. Barry : S. Williams, 1978.

James, Jill A . The maltster's daughters. Llandaff : Llandaff Society, 1993.

James, J. W. 'The 'Concen Charters' in the Book of Llan Dav'. Transactions of the Honourable Society of Cymmrodorion (1963) James, J. W. 'The Book of Llandav: the church and see of Llandav and their critics'. Publications of the Historical Society of the Church in Wales, 9 (1959)

James, J. W. 'The excommunications in the Book of Llan Dv'. Publications of the Historical Society of the Church in Wales, 8 (1958)

James, N A. Speed revisited : a reconstruction of the road map of Llandaff in 1610. Llandaff : Llandaff Society, 1987.

Jones, F. ' A Victorian bishop of Llandaff'. National Library of Wales Journal, 19 (1975)

Jones, J Gwynfor. The Reformation bishops of Llandaff, 1558-1601  (NLW's site)   Morgannwg 32 (1988)

Jones, J Gwynfor. William Morgan, translator of the Bible and Bishop of Llandaff. Gwent Local History 66 (1989)

Jones, Owain W. Saint Michael's College Llandaff 1892-1992. Cardiff : Saint Michael's College, 1992.

King, Richard J. Handbook to the cathedrals of Wales : Llandaff, St. David's, St. Asaph, Bangor.  2nd ed. London : J. Murray, 1887.

Lewis, C. W. ' and the diocese of Llandaff' (NLW's site) Morgannwg, 4 (1961)

Llandaff Diocese. A digest of the parish registers within the diocese of Llandaff previous to 1836, together with a table of the bishop's transcripts, to 1812, : prepared and issued by the Committee appointed under the authority of the Llandaff Diocesan Conference. 1905. Cardiff : W. Lewis, printer, 1905.

Llandaff Episcopal Acta, 1140-1287. Cardiff : South Wales Record Society, 1989.

Llandaff remembers. Llandaff : Llandaff Society, 1989.

Llandaf study. Llandaff : Cardiff : Llandaff Society, University of Wales, College of Cardiff. 1989.

Lodwick, B. M. '" Poor Landaff" during the episcopate of John Tyler, 1706-1724'. Morgannwg, 49 (2005)

Maund, K L. Fact and narrative fiction in the Llandaff charters. Studia Celtica. Vol. 31 (1997)

McCann, Jean E. Thomas Howell and the school at Llandaff, 1860-1890. Cowbridge : D. Brown & Sons, 1972.

Newell, Ebenezer J. Llandaff. London [etc.] : New York : Society for promoting Christian knowledge ; E. & J. B. Young & co., 1902.

North, F J. The Stones of Llandaff Cathedral.  Cardiff, 1957

Ollivant, Alfred. Some account of the condition of the fabric of Llandaff Cathedral : chiefly from 1575 to the present time, with extract from the act books of the chapter. 2nd ed. London : Rivingtons, 1860.

Prichard, T. J. ' The Reformation in the deanery of Llandaff'  (NLW's site) Morgannwg, 13 (1969)

Redknap, Mark. 'Early Medieval Llandaff : The Evidence of Early Christian Monuments'. In Kenyon, John R.; Williams, Diane M. (ed.), Cardiff : architecture and archaeology in the medieval diocese of Llandaff (British Archaeological Association, Conference Transactions, 29) (Leeds: Maney Publishing, 2006)

Thomas, Hilary M. ' Roman antiquities in a Gothick summerhouse : a collection of Roman inscribed stones from Rookwood, Llandaff'. Archaeologia Cambrensis, 147 (2001 for 1998). Thomas, Lawrence. 'Monuments in the presbytery and Lady Chapel of Llandaff cathedral'.Friends of Llandaff Cathedral Annual Report(1946 for 1945)

Wakeford's Cardiff directory, and official register : embracing Llandaff, Canton, Ely, and Roath, containing an official register ... and a classified commercial list. Cardiff : Charles Wakeford, 1855.

Waldron, Clement. Notes on Llandaff 1860 - 1888. Llandaff : Llandaff Society, 1989.

Walker, David. 'The medieval bishops of Llandaff' (NLW's site) Morgannwg, 6 (1962)

Watson, Richard. Rhondda coal, Cardiff gold : the Insoles of Llandaff coal owners and shippers. Cardiff : Merton Priory Press, 1997.

Webb, Janet. Victorian graves, Llandaff Cathedral : a documentation. [Cardiff] : Howell's School, Llandaff, 1984.

Williams, Matthew. Insole Court Llandaff : the story of a Victorian mansion. Cardiff : The Friends of Insole Court, 1998.

Williamson, E. W. 'The inimitable chancellor Bogo de Clare'. Publications of the Historical Society of the Church in Wales, 1 (1947) Willis, Browne, 1682-1760. A Survey of the Cathedral Church of Llandaff.1 719.


Llanddewi

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Rees, David              The Barretts and the free chapel of Henllys           Gower vol 53  2002      Welsh Journals Online

 


Llandeilo Talybont

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Evans, E Lewis (ed). The History of Pontardulais translated in 1985 by Ivor Griffiths, from "Hanes Pontarddulais" written in 1949 by various contributors. In my copy, 'Rebecca in Pontardulais' translated by Ivor Griffiths is appended to 'The History of Pontardulais''.

Evans, Evan Lewis. Eglwys Hope Pontarddulais. Abertawe : Gwasg John Penry, [1969].

Griffiths, Ivor. Hugh Williams, defender of the Pontardulais Rioters : part one . Dyfed Family History Journal. 6/7 (1999), p. 268-272. And Part II; 6/8 (1999)

James, E. Wyn. 'Dafydd William, Llandeilo Fach : an eighteenth-century Glamorgan hymn-writer' (NLW's site)   Morgannwg, 47 (2003)

John, Deric. Notes on some Place-names in and around the Bont. Published by the author

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Llandyfodwg

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Llangeinor

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Llangennith

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Bethesda Chapel Presbyterian Church of Wales, Burry Green, 1813 - 1963. Swansea : John Penry Press, 1963.

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Llangiwg

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Evans, Jonah.   Hen Gymeriadau Cwmgors a'r Waun o'r flwyddyn 1840 [Old Characters of Cwmgors and Gwauncaegurwen from the year 1840 ], 1907. Two villages in Llangiwg parish.

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Hicks, Gareth. Margaret Davies, midwife of Cwmgors, Glamorgan. Glamorgan Family History Society Journal. 61 (2001)

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Llangyfelach

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Caersalem Evangelical Free Church, Gorseinon, 1931-1981.[Caersalem Evangelical Free Church], 1981.

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Cowley, F G             Llangyfelach Church                 Gower vol 31 1980           Welsh Journals Online

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Davies, W R.    Rhyndwyclydach; parish notes      Gower vol 5 1952     Welsh Journals Online

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Adeiladau o ddiddordeb pensaerniol neu hanesyddol arbennig : Llangynwyd Lower, Pen-y-bont ar Ogwr (rhan) = Buildings of special architectural or historic interest : Llangynwyd Lower, Bridgend (part). Cardiff : Cadw: Welsh Historic Monuments, [2000?]

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Anon. Church of St. Michael and All Angels, Maesteg. Parish of Llangynwyd Jubilee 1897-1947. Maesteg, 1947.

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Hornsey, Brian. Ninety years of cinema in Maesteg and the valleys around . Stamford : Fuchsiaprint, c1998.

James, Brynmor.   D.L.P.R. - The Story of a Railway and its Background.  Published by the Author, 1987. (The Duffryn, Llynfi, Porthcawl Railway-1825 to 1861)

Jenkins, Geraint H. 'Mae eisiau Tom ym Maesteg' : Dr Thomas Richards ym Maesteg. Llynfi ac Afan, Garw ac Ogwr (1998)

Jenkins, Hilda Jane. St Michael and All Angels, Maesteg : the first hundred years . Llangynwyd : Parochial Church Council of the Parish of Llangynwyd with Maesteg, 1998.

Jones, D R L. The old vicarage Llangynwyd : a house rediscovered. Llangynwyd : Parochial Church Council of the Parish of Llangynwyd with Maesteg, 1995.

Jones, D R L. The restoration of Llangynwyd church 1891-1893. Llangynwyd : Parochial Church Council of the Parish of Llangynwyd with Maesteg, c1992.

Jones, D R L. Richard and Mary Pendrill Llewelyn : a Victorian vicar of Llangynwyd and his wife. Llangynwyd : Parochial Church Council of the Parish of Llangynwyd with Maesteg, 1991.

Jones, D R L & John Lyons.   The Garth Colliery Disaster of 1897, The Accident and its Background.  Maesteg 1997

Jones, D R L. Vicars of Llangynwyd. Llangynwyd : Parochial Church Council of the Parish of Llangynwyd with Maesteg, 1994.

Jones, D. R. L. Sins of the father : a Georgian story of misfortune'  (NLW's site)   Morgannwg, 38 (1994)

Jones, D. R. L. 'Fame and obscurity : Samuel Jones of Brynllywarch'. Journal of Welsh Religious History, 1 (1993), Welsh Religious Historical Society Jones, D. R. L. 'Coytrahen : the families, estate and houses'( NLW's site)   Morgannwg, 34 (1990)

Jones, Les. "A backward glance-" : a look back at 100 years in the life of a Welsh Valleys' church : a centennial history of Saint Mary the Virgin : Troedrhiw Garth, Maesteg 1892-1992. Troedrhiwgarth : Church of St. Mary the Virgin, 1992

Keen, Richard. Old Maesteg and the Bridgend Valleys in Photographs. Barry : S. Williams, 1979.

Lewis, David.  A Great Blessing to the People Employed: Conflicting Views of the Truck System in the Llynfi Valley 1840-70  (NLW's site)   Morgannwg 48

Lewis, D A. ' The Coal Industry in the Llynfi Valley', History Press, Stroud, 2006.

Lewis, David. The Iron Industry in Maesteg, 1800-1885   (Scribd site)  Published 2010  [An updated version of 'A Cambrian Adventure']

Lewis, D A. "A Cambrian adventure" : a history of the iron industry in Maesteg. [Maesteg?] : D. A. Lewis, 1999.    See above

Lewis, D A. 'The Llwydarth Tinplate Works, Maesteg', Llynfi Valley Historical Society, 2009.

Llangynwyd, Glamorgan, Parish Church of St. Cynwyd : baptisms 1662-1901, burials 1662-1901, marriages 1662-1838 (Parish registers (Glamorgan Family History Society)). [s.l.]: Glamorgan Family History Society, 2003. 4 microfiche.

Lyons, John & D R L Jones (eds).   The Llynfi Valley in Old Photographs vol 2  Cowbridge 1997?

Maesteg Urban District official guide. Gloucester : British Publishing Co., [1974]

Maesteg, Glamorgan, Chapelry of St. Michael : baptisms 1845-1898 (Parish registers (Glamorgan Family History Society)). [Glamorgan]: Glamorgan Family History Society, 2003. 1 microfiche.

Mainwaring, J Meidrym. The Church of St. Michael and All Angels, Maesteg. Maesteg : Meidrym J. Mainwaring, 1973. (75th anniversary)

McCormack, Gerald. The shamrock and leek : the Irish in South Wales : Maesteg and district, Mid Glamorgan 1826-1985. Maesteg : Gerald McCormack, 1996.

Morgan, Thomas. Topographical dictionary of Llangynwyd parish = Geiriadur lleol o blwyf Llangynwyd : buddugol yn eisteddfod Maesteg, Nadolig, 1870. Maesteg, D. Griffiths [1870?].

Old Maesteg and the Bridgend valleys in photographs . Barry : S. Williams, 1979,

Percival, Alice & John Robinson. Maesteg Library memories : a collection of reminiscences to mark the library's fortieth anniversary. Bridgend : Mid Glamorgan County Libraries, 1995.

Richards, Brinley.   History of the Llynfi valley. Cowbridge, 1982.

Richards, Eurwen. Hanes Bethesda Llangynwyd : 1799-1999. Llangynwyd : Eglwys Bethesda, 1999.

Simmonds, Robin. Aberavon to Maesteg : an answer to a query. Welsh Railway Archive 2/1 (1995)

Smith, Clive. Maesteg Railway Tunnel : (the explosion of 1876). Port Talbot : Port Talbot Historical Society, 1998.

Smith, John. Maesteg railway reopening. Planet 96 (1992-93)

Strahan, Aubrey, Sir. The geology of the South Wales coal-field. being an account of the region comprised in sheet 248 of the map / Part IV,; the country around Pontypridd and Maes-Tg. London : HMSO, 1903.

Thomas, Garfield. Maesteg in old picture postcards. Zaltbommel, Netherlands : European Library, 1982.

Union of Welsh Congregationialists. Llawlyfr ynglyn a chyfarfodydd yr Undeb ym Maesteg, Mehefin 2-5, 1947. Port Talbot, 1947.


Llanharan

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Witts, Terry J. The forgotten years : a history of Llanharan and district. T J Witts, 1988 &1993.

Witts, Terry J. The huntsmen : from Llanharan to Llangeinor. Cowbridge : D. Brown & Sons, 1980.

Witts, Terry J.   A time of tears : Llanharan and Brynna : the story of two mining villages where coal reigned supreme at the turn of the century. Cardiff : Whitchurch Books, 2000.


Llanharry

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Cumming, Emily E. Llanharry with a Y : recollections in rhyme of a village in the Border Vale of Glamorgan, South Wales, 1927-45. [Cowbridge] : Emily E. Cumming, 1991.


Llanilid

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Llanilltern

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Llanishen

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Horton, Graham. Llanishen : from village to suburb. Llanishen : Graham Horton, 1999.

Morgans, Geraint. The Lewis family of Llanishen : a powerful Glamorgan family. Country Quest (February 1999)


Llanmadog

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Cowley, Frederick G.          Llanmadoc and Cheriton : two North Gower churches and their parishes . Llanmadoc : The Rector and the Llanmadoc and Cheriton Parochial Church Council, 1993.

Cowley, F. G.           'Revd John David Davies : Anglo-Catholic pioneer, woodcarver and local antiquary' (NLW's site) Morgannwg, 38 (1994)

George, David Lewis         George Holland's Diary for 1841           Gower vol 18 1967            Welsh Journals Online

Llanmadoc, Glamorgan, Parish Church of St. Madoc : baptisms 1683-1925, burials 1672-1991, marriages 1672-1837 (Parish registers (Glamorgan Family History Society)). [Glamorgan]: Glamorgan Family History Society, 2001. 1 microfiche.

Lucas, R L T           Llanmadoc and the "Scarlet Woman"             Gower vol 33 1982          Welsh Journals Online

Rees, W.             'The Templar manor of Llanmadoc'. Bulletin of the Board of Celtic Studies, 13:3 (1949)


Llanmaes

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County treasures survey : Llanmaes, Llanmihangel, and Flemingston . [Cardiff] : County of South Glamorgan, [1984].

Jones, Anthony L. The Churches of St. Illtyd, Llantwit Major and St. Cadoc, Llanmaes, and Great House, Llanmaes. Pencoed : Anthony L. Jones, 1999

Newman, Richard. Stamped clay tobacco pipes from Llanmaes, south Glamorgan. Medieval and Later Pottery in Wales (Bulletin of the Welsh Medieval Pottery Research Group) 9 (1986/87)

Newman, Richard; Wilkinson, Paul F. ' Excavations at Llanmaes, near Llantwit Major, South Glamorgan'. Post-Medieval Archaeology, 30 (1996), 187-233. Society for Post-Medieval Archaeology.


Llanmihangel

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County treasures survey : Llanmaes, Llanmihangel, and Flemingston . [Cardiff] : County of South Glamorgan, [1984].

Jones, Anthony L. The churches of St. Sannwr, Llansanor; St. Tyfodwg, Llandyfodwg; All Saints, Penyfai and Llamihangel Place and St. Michael and All Angels, Llamihangel. Pencoed : Anthony L. Jones, [2001?].

Thomas, Hilary M. Llanmihangel, near Cowbridge : a tale of family fortunes and misfortunes (NLW's site)   Morgannwg 41 (1997)


Llanrhidian

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A glance back in time : Llanrhidian's homes and families; compiled by Pat Williams. Llanrhidian, Swansea: Llanrhidian Local History Group, 2007.

Cooper, Rodney N. Higher and lower : an illustrated history of the higher and lower division of Llanrhidian : including the villages of Llanrhidian, Penclawdd, Three Crosses and their neighbouring communities. Swansea : Subboscus, 1998.

Cooper, Rodney N. A dark and pagan place : a history of Penclawdd and District, Gower, West Glamorgan. Cowbridge : D. Brown & Sons, 1986.

Emery, F. V. 'The Penclawdd canal'. Gower, 4 (1951), Gower Society    Welsh Journals Online

Hey, D H.      Richard Gordon of Llwyn-y-bwch 1804/77                 Gower vol 14 1961            Welsh Journals Online

Jones, David.          Penclawdd in the 1870s        Gower vol 17 1966            Welsh Journals Online

Jones, Iorwerth Hughes      The Reverend John Evans' Academy at Crwys              Gower vol 8 1955       Welsh Journals Online

Jones, Iorwerth Hughes            Evan John of Ty'r Coed - Cash Book 1841-1858          Gower vol 20 1969     Welsh Journals Online

Jones, Iorwerth Hughes         Another chapter in the story of the John Family of Ty'r Coed               Gower vol 21 1970       Welsh Journals Online

Jones, Wyn. Capel y Crwys 1788-1988 : hanes Annibyniaeth yn ardal y Crwys, Bro Gwyr = Three Crosses chapel 1788-1988 : a history of Congregationalism in the Three Crosses area of Gower. [Three Crosses] : Capel y Crwys, 1988.

Kay, R E               An Ancient Church site at Llanelen                Gower vol 20 1969     Welsh Journals Online

Kay, R E              An Ancient Chapel Site at Cefn Gorwydd                 Gower, vol 23 1972    Welsh Journals Online 

Kissock, Jonathan; Wright, Nik. ' The excavation of a charcoal-burning platform at Llanelen, Gower'. Studia Celtica, 35 (2001)

Kissock, Jonathan & Nik Wright with others           Further excavations at Llanelen, Llanrhidian           Gower vol 53  2002      Welsh Journals Online

Lack, Andrew J & Paul J Llewellyn               Broad Pool, Gower; its history ecology and current status              Gower vol 37 1986         Welsh Journals Online

Lloyd, Delyth        The Penclawdd Cockle Industry              Gower vol 35 1984           Welsh Journals Online

Morris, Bernard          The Stones on Llanrhidian Green          Gower, vol 22 1971     Welsh Journals Online

Pierce, Gwynedd O.     'Notes on place-names : Llanynewyr (Llanyrnewydd)'. Morgannwg, 29 (1985)

Pleasant places : a tribute to the Gower ministry of the Rev. B. Tudor Lloyd; edited by Eifion Evans. Whitchurch: Gower Presbyterian Churches in association with Llanrhidian History Group, 2006. 158 p., [8] p. of plates. ISBN 0954745035 (pbk.). (Calvinistic Methodist)

Rees, David            Walterston; an Old Gower Settlement             Gower vol 35 1984           Welsh Journals Online

Richards, Alun John.     Slate memorials at Llanrhidian.           Gower 47 1996         Welsh Journals Online

Roberts, R. O.   'Penclawdd Brass and Copper Works : a link with the slave trade'. Gower, 14 (1961), Gower Society.       Welsh Journals Online

Roberts, R O.     Metal works at Penclawdd in the 18th century               Gower vol 5 1952      Welsh Journals Online

Schlesinger, Alex.            Excavations at Llanelen, Llanrhidian : an early church and medieval farmstead site.            Gower 46 1995        Welsh Journals Online 

Schlesinger, Alex; Walls, Colin.    ' An early church and medieval farmstead site : excavations at Llanelen, Gower'. Archaeological Journal, 153 (1996)

Taylor, Bryan S.    The rediscovery of Higher Mill, Llanrhidian.                Gower 45 1994       Welsh Journals Online

Toft, L A.        Walterston.          Gower 47 1996         Welsh Journals Online


Llansamlet

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Baker, Charles & George Francis. Surveys of Gower and Kilvey and of several mesne manors within that seigniory. London : Richards, [1861-1870].

Blome, Richard. Extract from Richard Blome's Britannia, 1673 ; A grant of lands in Kilvey, 1349 ; An appointment of two seneschals between Nethe and Tawey, 1532. Neath : Printed by T. Maber, 1849.

Canaan (Congregational Church), Foxhole - These hundred years : Canaan Foxhole 1840-1940, 1940.

Chamberlain, Muriel                 Field Marshall Lord Grenfell of Kilvey                Gower, vol 23 1972    Welsh Journals Online 

Eglwys Bresbyteraidd Cymru Carmel, Pentredwr Llansamlet : y ganrif gyntaf 1862-1962 : rhaglen cyfarfodydd dathlu canmlwyddiant gosod carreg sylfaen y capel. Llansamlet : Eglwys Carmel, Pentredwr, 1962.

Griffiths, W J. Cyfarfod dathlu canmlwyddiant a hanner Adulam, Bonymaen. Trafodion Cymdeithas Hanes y Bedyddwyr. (2001)

Harris, Howell. 'Extracts from Howell Harris' diaries. Visits to Llansamlet and district'; ed. Tom Beynon. Cylchgrawn Cymdeithas Hanes Eglwys Methodistiaid Calfinaidd Cymru, 27:4 (1942)

Howell, David W. Nicholas of Glais : the people's champion. Clydach : Clydach Historical Society, 1991.

Jones, Brian H. Llansamlet Parish Church : the first 100 years. Llansamlet : Llansamlet Parish Church, [1978?].

Keevil, Nance. The stairway to cefn. a step by step account of the Baptist cause in Bonymaen. Swansea : P.E.N. Publications, 2000.

Minchinton, Walter.     An old Gower coal mine       Gower vol 4 1951     Welsh Journals Online

Morgan, Prys               The end of an elegant house (Gwernllwynchwyth)        Gower, vol 23 1972   Welsh Journals Online 

Pritchard, Kenneth. St. John's Church, Birchgrove : 1891-1991. Birchgrove, Swansea : St. John's Church, 1991.

Reynolds, Paul R. 'Scott's tramroad, Llans Amlet'. Journal of the Railway & Canal Historical Society, 26:3 (1980), Railway and Canal Historical Society Reynolds, Paul R. 'Chauncy Townsend's waggonway'  (NLW's site)   Morgannwg, 21 (1977)

Rogers, W. C. 'Kilvey, the lordship - a retrospect'. Gower, 4 (1951), Gower Society.    Welsh Journals Online

Rogers, W C.    The Windmills of Kilvey              Gower vol 17 1966          Welsh Journals Online 

Thomas, William. Braslun o hanes Nazareth, Birchgrove Llansamlet : (Eglwys Bresbyteraidd Cymru) : 1862-1962. [Llansamlet] : [Eglwys Nazareth], [1962?].

Thomas, W Teilo          The Mynydd Drumau Walk           Gower vol 6 1953              Welsh Journals Online

Williams, W Samlet. Hanes a hynafiaethau Llansamlet = (History & antiquities of Llansamlet). Dolgellau : Argraffwyd gan E.W. Evans, 1908.

Williams, W Samlet. Evan Sims, Llansamlet : sef cofiant un o grefyddwyr hynotaf Plwyf Llansamlet; Adgofion gan Lewis Morgan; Llythyr gan J.H. Howard. Abertawe : W.H. Smith a'i fab, 1912.


Llansannor

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County treasures survey : St. Mary Hill, Llansannor, Llangan, Penllyn. [Cardiff] : County of South Glamorgan, [1984?].

Llansannor : Llansanwyr. [Llansannor] : [Llansannor Ancient and Modern Buildings and Settlements], [2001?].


Llantrisant

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Adeiladau o ddiddordeb pensaerniol neu hanesyddol arbennig : Rhondda Cynon Taf (rhan) = Buildings of special architectural or historic interest : Cymmer, Porth and Trehafod : Rhondda Cynon Taff (part). Cardiff : Cadw: Welsh Historic Monuments, [1996?].

Baggs, Christopher M. 'Well done, Cymmer workmen!' : the Cymmer Collieries Workmen's Library, 1893-1920. Llafur 5/3 (1990)

Chapman, Colin. The Ely Valley railway : Llantrisant-Penygraig. Usk : Oakwood Press, 2000.

Chapman, Colin. The Llantrisant branches of the Taff Vale Railway : a history of the Llantrissant and Taff Vale Junction Railway and the Treferig Valley Railway. Headington : Oakwood Press, c1996.

Cule, John. 'The Eccentric Dr. William Price of Llantrisant (1800-93)' (NLW's site) Morgannwg, 7 (1963)

David, John. Hard kicks but good touches! : a celebration of 100 years of rugby at Pontyclun R.F.C. 1887-1987 . Cowbridge : D. Brown & Sons, 1987.

Davies, D J.     Tonyrefail. Rhwng dwy afon, golygydd David A.Pretty (1991)

Davies, J Barry. The freemen and ancient borough of Llantrisant. [Llantrisant] : Llantrisant and District Local History Society, 1989.

Davies, J Barry, Trefor I Rees, M A K Duggan (eds).   Pontyclun and Talygarn: a History and Topography  Llantrisant Local History Soc 2002

Enoch, D G. 'They that sow in tears' : a hindsight into Victorian education in Llantrisant  (NLW's site)   Morgannwg 29 (1985)

Evans, G O. The high constables of Miskin, 1542-1969 : an historical and social study. Old Aberdare 4 (1985)

James, Eurof. Llantrisant. Rhwng dwy afon, golygydd David A.Pretty (1991)

Jones, Walter. Tonyrefail, the story of a community. Cowbridge : D. Brown & Sons, 1997.

Lewis, Dillwyn. A history of Beddau and district. Risca : Starling Press, 1965.

Lewis, Dillwyn. A History of Tonyrefail. Tonyrefail History Society], 1971.

Lewis, Dillwyn.   The History of Llantrisant. Risca : Starling Press Ltd, 1975.

Lewis, E. D.; Jones, Ieuan Gwynedd. 'Capel y Cymer'. Morgannwg, 25 (1981) Lewis, E. D. 'The Cymer (Rhondda) explosion, 1856'. Transactions of the Honourable Society of Cymmrodorion(1976)

Llantrisant and Llantwit Fardre Rural District, Glamorgan, official guide. [Carshalton] : Home Publishing, [1972].

Meisgyn & Glynrhondda local history newsletter. [Llantrisant] : Llantrisant and District Local History Society, 1993-. Quarterly

Morgan, Taliesin. History of Llantrisant Glamorganshire. Cardiff : [s.n.], 1898.

Morgan, Thomas. Hanes Tonyrefail : adgofion am y lle a'r hen bobl. Caerdydd : argraffwyd gan y Western Mail, 1899.

Nicholas, Thomas Islwyn. A Welsh heretic, Dr. William Price, Llantrisant. London : Foyle's Welsh co., ltd, [1940].

Phillips, Sem. The history of Llantrisant (Glamorganshire) and its neighbourhood. Bristol : J. Wright, 1866.

Reynolds, A.Martin (ed). All Our Yesterdays - A pictorial history of Llantrisant and Pontyclun , published by Parish Pump Press Pontyclun 1992 and 1993

Small, Viv. Llantrisant fables . The Small Book Company, 2002.

Stewart, John; King, Steve. 'Death in Llantrisant : Henry Williams and the New Poor Law in Wales'. Rural History, 15:1 (2004), 69-87. Cambridge University Press.

The late Dr. Price, (of Llantrisant), the famous Arch-Druid : sketch of his life and adventures also programme of exhibits to be seen in the Druid's Rest, in "Old Cardiff" Exhibition Building, 1896.

Williams, David. Llantrisant : a picture of a Welsh hill town. Pontypridd : Taff-Ely Borough Council, 1989.


Llantrithyd

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Aubrey-Fletcher, John. Sir John Aubrey : Sixth Baronet of Llantrithyd 1739-1826. Oxford : Leopard's Head Press, 1988.

Bowen, Lloyd (ed.). Family and society in early Stuart Glamorgan : the household accounts of Sir Thomas Aubrey of Llantrithyd (South Wales Record Society, 19). Cardiff: South Wales Record Society, 2006.

Linnard, William. Iolo Morganwg and Llantrithyd. National Library of Wales Journal 25 (1988)

Linnard, William. John Perkins of Llantrithyd : the diary of a gentleman farmer in the Vale of Glamorgan, 1788-1801.  (NLW's site)   Morgannwg 31 (1987)

The registers of Llantrithyd, Glamorganshire, Christenings, 1597-1810; burials, 1571-1810; marriages, 1571-1752 / London : Mitchell and Hughes, 1888.


Llantwit juxta Neath

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Anon. 'Extracts from the vestry book (1822-1894) of the parish of Llantwit-juxta-Neath'. Transactions, Neath Antiquarian Society, 2nd ser., 6 (1938 for 1936-7) Anon. 'Restoration of Llantwit Church. Being extracts from the parish vestry book'. Transactions, Neath Antiquarian Society, 2nd ser., 6 (1938 for 1936-7)

Brown, Roger Lee. The parish of Llantwit with Neath in the nineteenth century : as seen from the records of the Ecclesiastical Commission. Transactions of the Neath Antiquarian Society (1995-96)

Davies, John R. Resolven Rugby Football Club : 100 years of rugby 1885/1985. [Resolven] : The Committee of Resolven Rugby Football Club, 1985.

Evans, Alun. Resolven. Resolven : Marie McMahon, 1991.

Hammond, G. B. ' Llantwit church'. Transactions, Neath Antiquarian Society, 2nd ser., 7 (1939 for 1937-9)

Jones, Andrew S. Tonna Rugby Football Club : centenary year. Tonna : Tonna R.F.C., 1987.

Llantwit Juxta Neath, Glamorgan, Parish Church of Illtud; Glamorgan F.H.S. [s.l.]: Glamorgan Family History Society, 2005. 7 vols.  Records 1500-1900

Thomas, D. M. Dulais Fach House

Thomas, W P. A history of the churches in the parish of Neath with Llantwit . [Neath] : Parochial Church Council, Parish of Neath with Llantwit, [1989].

Transactions of the Neath Antiquarian Society . Various


Llantwit Major

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County treasures survey : Llantwit Major. [Cardiff] : County of South Glamorgan, [1984?].

Fryer, Alfred C. Llantwit Major : a fifth century university. London : E. Stock, 1893.

Halliday, G E. Llantwit Major Church, Glamorganshire. London : printed at the Bedford Press, 1905.

Hogg, A. H. A. 'The Llantwit Major Villa : a Reconsideration of the Evidence'. Britannia, 5 (1974), Society for the Promotion of Roman Studies.

Jones, Anthony L. The Churches of St. Illtyd, Llantwit Major and St. Cadoc, Llanmaes, and Great House, Llanmaes. Pencoed : Anthony L. Jones, 1999.

Kelly, L.V (ed).  Llantwit Major A History and Guide. Published by Llantwit Major Local History Society 1971.

Kelly, Vivian. Saint Illtud's Church : Llantwit Major = Eglwys Sant Illtud Fawr : Llanilltud Fawr.Cowbridge ; Bridgend : D. Brown & Sons, 1993.

Kelly, Vivian. Llantwit Major in camera. Cowbridge ; Bridgend : D. Brown & Sons, 1981.

Llantwit Major in old picture postcards. Zaltbommel : European Library, 1986.

Nash-Williams, Victor Erle, 1897-1955. 'Excavations at Llantwit Major, Glamorgan, 1937'. Archaeologia Cambrensis, 92:2 (1937)

Powell, Ken. A local Westminster Abbey? : St Illtyd's Church, Llantwit Major, South Glamorgan. Country Life 178 (1985)

Reid, Clive. Extraordinary outrage at Llantwit Major. Glamorgan Family History Society Journal 27 (1992)

Rodgers, John W. The ecclesiastical buildings of Llantwit major ..   Cardiff] 1906.

Thomas, Hilary M. 'Dimlands, Llantwit Major : a small-scale gentry house in Glamorgan'. Archaeologia Cambrensis, 153 (2006 for 2004)

Thomas, Hilary M. 'The Ham, Llantwit Major : a Wyatt house and historic garden in the Vale of Glamorgan'   Archaeologia Cambrensis, 149 (2000)

Thomas, Sidney R. 'One a-wanting' : the beauties of Llantwit Major. Country Quest 26/8 (1986)

Trevelyan, Marie. Llantwit Major : its history and antiquities. Newport (Mon.) : John E. Southall, [1910?]


Llantwit Vardre

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A cinema miscellany. Part 8,; Wales.; Bangor, Ebbw Vale, Merthyr Tydfil, Pontypridd . Stamford : Fuchsiaprint, c2000

Abse, Leo. Ernst Toller in Pontypridd : Leo Abse recalls the life of the German Jewish playwright, revolutionary and exile. Planet 104 (1994)

Burton, Adrian. The history of Pontypridd : a guide to the sources. The Bridge and the song : some chapters in the story of Pontypridd, edited by P.F.Tobin and J.I.Davies (1991)

Butcher, G P. Butcher's Cardiff district directory : including Pontypridd, Llandaff, etc., and the villages five miles round Cardiff . London : G.P. Butcher, [1881].

Davies, Benjamin. The rise and progress of nonconformity in Pontypridd and district : Series 1, ; The Welsh Baptists. Pontypridd : T. Davies & Co, 1897.

Davies, John D. Coedpenmaen English Baptist Church, Pontypridd a history. Part 1, ; Part 2, ; 1887-1937. ; 1937-1987 . 1988.

Davies, Rhian. An incalculable loss : Morfydd Owen (1891-1918); some centenary thoughts. The Bridge and the song : some chapters in the story of Pontypridd, edited by P.F.Tobin and J.I.Davies (1991)

Davies, W. O. Sardis, Eglwys yr Annibynwyr Pontypridd. Hanes canmlwyddiant yr eglwys, 1834-1934 [Centenary history of Sardis Congregational Church, Pontypridd, 1834-1934]. Pontypridd, 1934.

Eckley, Simon. Pontypridd The Old Photographs Series. 1994. Compiled from the Collection of Pontypridd Historical and Cultural Centre by Simon Eckley and the staff of the Centre. Chalford Publishing, Stroud, Glos.

Evans, Edward A. Ynysangharad War Memorial Park, Pontypridd. Country Quest. (October 2001)

Evans, M.  One Saturday Afternoon [Albion Colliery Explosion 1894]

Griffiths, Gwyn. Pontypridd. Rhwng dwy afon, golygydd David A.Pretty (1991)

Hamilton, S. B. 'Pont-y-ty-pridd : notes on the technical significance of a remarkable bridge'. Transactions of the Newcomen Society, 24 (1949 for 1943-5)

Harris, Gareth. Amalgamation : Pontypridd RFC at Taff Vale Park : the early days. Pontypridd : Coalopolis, 1999.

Harris, Gareth. Pontypridd R.F.C. : three seasons at the house of pain. Pontypridd : Coalopolis Publishing, 2001.

Hughes, H G A. Fifty years on : memories of Pontypridd Intermediate Boys'School, Pontypridd, Glamorgan 1932-1939. Afonwen, Clwyd : Gwasg Gwenffrwd, 1991.

Jenkins, E T. Calvary English Baptist Church, Treforest : one hundred and fifty years of Christian witness. [Treforest : Calvary English Baptist Church], 1999.

Large, R. Passenger tramways of Pontypridd. Dorset : Oakwood Press, 1977.

Llantrisant and Llantwit Fardre Rural District, Glamorgan, official guide. [Carshalton] : Home Publishing, [1972].

Memories : a project involving the elderly citizens of the Pontypridd area and the staff and pupils of Coedylan Comprehensive School. Pontypridd : Coedylan Comprehensive School, 1989.

Morgan, Owen. History of Pontypridd and Rhondda Valleys. Pontypridd : London : Glamorgan County Times ; Messrs. Whittaker & Co., 1903.

Nicholas, W Rhys. The authors of 'Hen wlad fy nhadau' : Evan James (1809-1878) and James James (1833-1902). The Bridge and the song : some chapters in the story of Pontypridd, edited by P.F.Tobin and J.I.Davies (1991)

O'Brien. A. The County School for Boys Pontypridd, 1896-1973 : "Ymdrech a lwydda". Pontypridd : Pontypridd Old Boys Association, 1989.

O'Leary, Paul. Immigration and the growth of Pontypridd, 1841-1914 . The Bridge and the song : some chapters in the story of Pontypridd, edited by P.F.Tobin and J.I.Davies (1991),

Pontypridd: the official guide. [1970]. Cheltenham : Burrow, [1970].

Pontypridd : essays on the history of an industrial community. Cardiff : University College Cardiff, Department of Extra Mural Studies, 1986.

Pontypridd, South Wales : gateway to the valleys. [Pontypridd] : Pontypridd Town Council, [1990].

Pontypridd, Glamorgan, Parish Church of St. Catherine : baptisms 1884-1925, marriages 1884-1925 (Parish registers (Glamorgan Family History Society)). [Glamorgan]: Glamorgan Family History Society, 2003. 2 microfiche.

Powell, Don. Victorian Pontypridd and its Villages. Cardiff : Merton Priory Press, 1996.

Powell, Don. Pontypridd at War, 1939-45, The Second World War at Home, 1999.

Rees, David James. Pontypridd south past and present . Newport : Starling, 1983.

Rees, David James. Pontypridd with Ynysybwl : the old urban wards in pictures. Pontypridd : D.J. Rees, 1990.

Richards, Herbert P. William Edwards and the Pontypridd bridge. The Bridge and the song : some chapters in the story of Pontypridd, edited by P.F.Tobin and J.I.Davies (1991)

Roberts, E. Eglwys y Bedyddwyr yn y Tabernacl, Pontypridd : braslun o'i hanes o'r dechreuad hyd agoriad y Tabernacl, Rhagfyr 22, 1861. Pontypridd: B.Davies, 1883.

Rowson, Stephen. The Glamorganshire and Aberdare canals : two Welsh waterways and their industries. vol. 1; Merthyr Tydfil and Aberdare to Pontypridd. Lydney : Black Dwarf Publications, 2001.

Ruddock, Ted, 1930-. 'William Edwards' bridge at Pontypridd'. Industrial Archaeology, 11:3 (1974)

Sands, T. B. 'Treforest Junction : Cardiff Railway v Taff Valley Railway'. Journal of the Railway & Canal Historical Society, 22:2 (1976), Railway and Canal Historical Society.

Snook, Lisa. '" Out of the cage"? Women and the First World War in Pontypridd'. Llafur, 8:2 (2001), 75-87. Society for the Study of Welsh Labour History.

Stephens, Meic. Pontypridd : a town with no history but one hell of a past. [Pontypridd] : University of Glamorgan, 2001.

Strahan, Aubrey, Sir. The geology of the South Wales coal-field. being an account of the region comprised in sheet 248 of the map / Part IV,; the country around Pontypridd and Maes-Tg. London : HMSO, 1903.

The log of Jack Crockett, 1886-87           Minerva vol 12  2004     Welsh Journals Online 

The Pontypridd almanack and local record. Pontypridd : F. J. Harries, 1910-. Annual

The railway and industrial heritage of Pontypridd & district. [Pontypridd] : Taff-Ely Borough Council, 1985.

Thomas, Lettice. In and around old Pontypridd. [Pontypridd] : Pontypridd Historical Society, 1985.

Thompson, Steven. 'Hospital Provision, Charity and Public Responsibility in Edwardian Pontypridd'. Llafur, 8:3 (2002), 53-65. Society for the Study of Welsh Labour History.

Tobin, P F and J I Davies. The Bridge and the song : some chapters in the story of Pontypridd. Bridgend : Mid Glamorgan County Libraries, 1991.

Tobin, P F. Pontypridd Public Library, 1890-1990. The Bridge and the song : some chapters in the story of Pontypridd, edited by P.F. Tobin and J.I. Davies (1991)

Williams, A. H. 'The Wesleyan day school, Pontypridd'. Bathafarn, 5 (1950)

Williams, David Hector. A Pontypridd childhood. London : L. E. M. Williams, 1999. Williams, E. I. 'William Edwards and Pontypridd'.Architectural Review, 104:622 (1948)

Williams, E. I. 'Pont-y-ty-pridd : a critical examination of its history'. Transactions of the Newcomen Society, 24 (1949 for 1943-5)

Williams, Lewis. Mallt o'r dyffryn : historical sketch of Llantwit Faerdref .Pontypridd : Percy S. Phillips, 1912.

Williams, Llewelyn M. Welsh place names : a defence of the proper method of spelling Pontypridd and Gelli Gaer . Cardiff : Educational Publishing Company, [1909].


Llanvithin  (Extra parochial)

Return to top Pugh, F. H. 'William Griffith of Llanvithyn : a Glamorgan recusant'  (NLW's site)   Morgannwg, 30 (1986)

 


Llanwonno

See also Rhondda

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Adeiladau o ddiddordeb pensaerniol neu hanesyddol arbennig : Rhondda Cynon Taf (rhan) = Buildings of special architectural or historic interest : Cymmer, Porth and Trehafod : Rhondda Cynon Taff (part) . Cardiff : Cadw: Welsh Historic Monuments, [1996?].

Bacchetta, Aldo. Porth and Rhondda Fach. Chalford : Chalford Publishing, 1996. p128. The archive photographs series. Also Second Selection in 1998

Baker, Ken. "Cwtch" : the story of Wattstown. Wattstown, Porth: The author, 2003.

Baldwin, Bernard. Mountain Ash and Penrhiwceiber Remembered in Pictures, 1986.

Baldwin, Bernard. Mountain Ash, Penrhiwceiber & Abercynon , The Archive Photograph Series. Bath : Alan Sutton, 1994.

Bowden, Wilfred G. Abercynon to Flanders and back : an autobiography of a World War One soldier from Abercynon in South Wales who survived to return home Risca : Starling, 1984.

Capel Rhondda, Eglwys y Bedyddwyr, Hopkinstown, Pontypridd, 1853-1953. Hopkinstown : Capel Rhondda, 1953.

Chapman, Colin. The Nelson and Ynysybwl branches of the Taff Vale Railway. Blandford : Oakwood Press, 1997.

Davies, Edith S. The innocent years : the story of my childhood in Ynysybwl. Creigiau : T. Lewis, 1995.

Evans, Thomas (Translator) Glanffrwd's History of Llanwynno, pub. 1950. pp.210 (see also entry under Rev Thomas below)

Evans, Thomas. History of the Navigation School, Abercynon, 1875 to 1945. Cardiff, [1946].

Glanffrwd: Plwyf Llanwynno: yr hen amser, yr hen bobl, a're hen droion. 1913.

Holley, T F. The Glog Squires   Merthyr Tyfil 1995

Jones, Alan Vernon ARICS. The History of the Providence United Reform Church, Mountain Ash 1869-1987. 1987

Jones, Alan Vernon.   A translation from the Welsh of William Bevan's History of Mountain Ash, 1896. Cwmdare , 1990.

Jones, B. J. Rhos, Mountain Ash : eglwys y Bedyddwyr; llawlyfr y canmlwyddiant, 1855-1955 [Rhos, Mountain Ash: Baptist chapel; ...]. 1955.

Jones, Owen V. Porth County : the school and its boys. [Tonypandy] : Owen Vernon Jones, 1991.

Jones, Owen Vernon. William Evans, 1864-1934 : T. and E., Porth. [S.l.] : Gregalow, [1998?].

Jones, Philip N. ' A Valley Community in Transition : Ynysybwl In 1967'. Llafur, 9:1 (2004), 85-94. Society for the Study of Welsh Labour History.

Lewis, E D and I G Jones. Capel y Cymer: Llanw a Thrai    (NLW's site)   Morgannwg 25

Lieven, Michael. ' A Fractured Working-class Consciousness? The Case of the Lady Windsor Colliery Lodge, 1921'.Welsh History Review, 21:4 (2003). University of Wales Press.

Llawlyfr Eglwys y Rhos, Mountain Ash, 1882. Aberdar : Jenkins Howell, Argraffydd, 1882.

Parry, Rowland. Abercynon : past and present. Stroud : Chalford, 1996. p160. Archive Photograph Series

Penrhiwceiber, Glamorgan, Parish Church of St, Winifred : baptisms 1883-1925, burials 1904-1945, marriages 1884-1925 (Parish registers (Glamorgan Family History Society)). [Glamorgan]: Glamorgan Family History Society, 2003. 1 microfiche.

Pierce, Gwynedd O.   Capel y Fanhalog    (NLW's site)    Morgannwg 45

Powell, Roberta Ross. A miners' hospital : an illustrated history of Mountain Ash General Hospital. Mountain Ash : Roberta Ross Powell, c1997.

Powell, Roberta. An ocean apart : wartime memories of a Mountain Ash childhood. Cwmbran : Village Publishing, 1988.

Rees, David James. Pontypridd with Ynysybwl : the old urban wards in pictures. Pontypridd : D.J. Rees, 1990.

Rees, David James. Ynysybwl : in the footsteps of Glanffrwd. Pontypridd : D.J. Rees, 1994.

Rhys, W. J. Braslun o hanes eglwys Salem, Porth, Cwm Rhondda [A short history of Salem church, Porth, Cwm Rhondda]. Aberdare, 1955.

Thomas, Rev W. Glanffrwd's History of Llanwonno, 1843-90 (Hanes Plwyf Llanwonno);  published in 1888 in serial form in the 'Darian' (Aberdare) &  translated by Thomas Evans in 1950;  published by Merthyr Express. 210 pp. Indexed by Glenys Travis

Thomas, Stephen. A pictorial history of Ynysybwl. Cowbridge ; Bridgend : D. Brown & Sons, 1995. plus Vol 2 in 1997

Williams, E. J. (ed.). Noddfa, Eglwys y Bedyddwyr, Ynysybwl, 1885-1935 [Noddfa Baptist Church, Ynysybwl, 1885 to 1935]. Ynysybwl, 1935.

Wright, Ian L. The Abercynon sixteen : 200 years on, Ian L. Wright recalls Thomas Dadford's vanished Glamorganshire Canal lock staircase. Waterways Worls 21/1 (1992)


Llysworney

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County treasures survey : St Andrew's Minor, Llysworney, Llandow, Nash. [Cardiff] : County of South Glamorgan, [1984?].

County treasures survey : Colwinston [and] Stembridge. County of South Glamorgan, Cardiff, 1984 ?.

Roberts, Stephen K. ' Patronage, Office and Family in Early Modern Wales : The Carnes of Nash Manor and Ewenni in the Seventeenth Century'. Welsh History Review, 23:2 (2006), University of Wales Press.


Loughor

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Anon. Gowerton Intermediate School, 1896-1946 . Gowerton, Glam., 1946.

Craig, Robert.     Notes on the shipping of south Burry 1       Gower vol 9 1956       Welsh Journals Online   -    and Pt II   Gower, vol 10 1957     Welsh Journals Online

Gibb, Michael         The Glass-house at Loughor             Gower vol 19 1968          Welsh Journals Online        

Gogan, L S.     St Patrick's Birthplace, Loughor in south Wales               Gower vol 14 1961            Welsh Journals Online

Greenough , A P. An examination of Roman iron-working residues from Loughor, West Glamorgan, Wales. Historical Metallurgy 21 (1987)

Howells, Donald. Elba Colliery disaster, Gowerton, 1905. Swansea : D. Howells, 1985.

Lewis, John Masters. Excavations at Loughor Castle, West Glamorgan, 1969-73. Archaeologia Cambrensis 142 (1993)

Lewis, J M           The Roman Fort at Loughor 1969              Gower vol 20 1969     Welsh Journals Online

Ling, Roger      The Roman Fort at Loughor, 1970/71                Gower, vol 22 1971     Welsh Journals Online  &      Gower vol 24 1973      Welsh Journals Online

Lloyd, Bernard          Ernest Jones of Gowerton               Gower vol 35 1984           Welsh Journals Online

Loughor Tithe Terrier 1559          Gower vol 7 1954          Welsh Journals Online

Marvell, A G. Interim report on current excavations at Loughor Roman fort . Swansea : Glamorgan-Gwent Archaeological Trust, 1983.

Marvell, A G. Leucarum : excavations at the Roman auxiliary fort at Loughor, West Glamorgan, 1982-84 and 1987-88 . London : Society for the Promotion of Roman Studies, 1997.

Owen-John, H S. Loughor Roman fort (SS. 563 979). Morgannwg 32 (1988)

Owen-John, H S. Recent investigations at the Roman auxiliary forts at Loughor and Neath, West Glamorgan. Trivium 25 (1990)

Rees, Dylan.               Artists of Loughor: the visual tradition of a community.                 Minerva vol 7 1999         Welsh Journals Online

Rees, J Hywel. The Gowerton Rugby Football Club 1884-1984 : one hundred years on. Gowerton : Gowerton Rugby Football Club, 1984.

Rees, J Hywel. Talking about Gowerton. [Swansea] : Gowerton Community Council, [1993].

Reynolds, Paul R.                Padley's Gorwydd Colliery.           Gower vol 36 1985          Welsh Journals Online

Roberts, R. O.; Reynolds, P. R. 'The early zinc works at Casllwchwr (Loughor) near Swansea'.  (NLW's site)   Morgannwg, 48 (2004)

Smith, Carole Ann. Ferry across the Loughor. Amrywiaeth Llanelli Miscellany. No. 12 (1998-99)

Smith, Carole Ann. The Loughor rail bridge. Amrywiaeth Llanelli Miscellany. No. 11 (1997-98)

St. John's Church : St. John the Evangelist : Gowerton. Gowerton : St. John's Church, [1995].

Thomas, Emlyn. The Loughor town trust centenary 1890-1990. Loughor : Loughor Town Trust, 1990.

Thomas M J           T he beginning of the Coal Industry in Loughor                Gower vol 21 1970       Welsh Journals Online


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