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Glamorgan Bibliography - parishes R - Y

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Radyr

Reynoldston

Rhondda

Rhossili

Roath

Rudry

St Andrews Major

St Andrews Minor

St Athan

St Bride's-super-Ely

St Bride's Major

St Bride's Minor

St Donat's

St Fagan's

St George-super-Ely

St Hilary

St Lythan's

St Mary Church

St Mary Hill

St Nicholas

Sully

Swansea

Tythegston

Welsh St Donats

Wenvoe

Whitchurch

Wick

Ystradowen

Ystradyfodwg

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Radyr

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County treasures survey : Radyr/Tongwynlais . [Cardiff] : County of South Glamorgan, [1984?].

Memories of Radyr and Morganstown . [Cardiff] : [Radyr and Morganstown New Horizons History Group], 1993.

The wartime memories of Radyr and Morganstown people;edited by Allan Cook. [Wales]: Radyr and Morganstown Community Council, [2006?].

Twixt chain and gorge : a history of Radyr and Morganstown. [Radyr] : Radyr and Morganstown New Horizons History Group, 1991.


Reynoldston

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Campbell, Ian J.      Reynoldston Methodist Chapel 1797 to 1997 : a short account of the life and development of the Methodist society in Reynoldston. Reynoldston : Ian J. Campbell, 1997.

Griffiths, Kate Bosse.      When Arthur's Stone was erected          Gower  vol 6 1953        Welsh Journals Online

Harding, Joan N               The Benson sisters of Fairy Hill            Minerva vol 10  2002       Welsh Journals Online

Lucas, Robert.     Reynoldston . [Swansea] : [Robert Lucas], 1998.

Lucas, Robert.       A Gower family : the Lucases of Stouthall and Rhosili rectory. Lewes, Sussex : Book Guild, 1986. p182. Plus a Supplement in 1987.

Lucas, Robert.   A Gower family : the Lucases of Stouthall and Rhossili Rectory; Chale, Isle of Wight: Cross Publishing, 2005.

Lucas, R L T            Stouthall and the Lucas Family           Gower, vol 23 1972    Welsh Journals Online 

Lucas, R L T              Great Aunt Caroline   [Lucas family]      Gower vol 24 1973            Welsh Journals Online

Morris, Bernard.       The Stouthall stone circle : the end of a Gower curiosity.                Gower 47 1996         Welsh Journals Online

Neilsen, Gren P.      A blacksmith preacher : Thomas Coghlan of Reynoldston (1844-1937).            Gower vol 40 1989       Welsh Journals Online

Reynoldston, Glamorgan, Parish Church of St. George : baptisms 1682-1925, burials 1682-1993, marriages 1682-1950 (Parish registers (Glamorgan Family History Society)). [Glamorgan]: Glamorgan Family History Society, 2001. 1 microfiche.

Vulliamy, C E.            Stouthall 60 years ago            Gower, vol 13, 1960    Welsh Journals Online


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?].

Adeiladau o ddiddordeb pensaerniol neu hanesyddol arbennig Tylorstown : Ferndale; Treorchy; Pentre; Llwyn-y-Pia; Trealaw; Ystrad & Tylorstown, Rhondda Cynon Taff (rhan) = Buildings of special architectural or historic interest : Ferndale; Treorchy; Pentre; Llwyn-y-Pia; Trealaw; Ystrad & Tylorstown, Rhondda Cynon Taff (part). Cardiff : Cadw: Welsh Historic Monuments, 1997.

Adeiladau o ddiddordeb pensaerniol neu hanesyddol arbennig : Pen-y-Graig, Tonypandy a Ynyshir, Rhondda-Cynon-Taf (rhan) = Buildings of special architectural or historic interest : Pen-y-Graig, Tonypandy and Ynyshir, Rhondda-Cynon-Taff (part). Cardiff : Cadw : Welsh Historic Monuments, [2001].

Anon. Rhondda County School for Boys, 1896-1946 : Jubilee Brochure. Tonypandy, 1946.

Atuhaire, L K. Specific causes of death in miners and ex-miners of the Rhondda Fach, 1950-80. British Journal of Industrial Medicine 43 (1986)

Bacchetta, Aldo & Glyn Rudd; Porth & Rhondda Fach, a second selection,The Archive Photograph Series, 1998 Chalford Publishing Co.

Batstone, Cyril. Old Rhondda in photographs,1974

Batstone, Cyril. Rhondda remembered. 2nd ed, Barry : Williams, c1983.

Blyth, Archie. From Rosewell to the Rhondda : the story of Archibald Hood : a great Scots mining engineer. Loanhead : Midlothian District Library Service, 1994.

Cambrian Colliery - Mining disaster reports for explosions in 1905 & 1965

Cameron, Sean James . Rhondda from Cwmparc to Blaencwm . Brimscombe Port, Stroud : Tempus Publishing, 2001. Then & Now series.

Carpenter, David J. Rhondda collieries. 2000. Images of Wales series. Stroud : Tempus, 2000.

Carpenter, David J.   Mid-Rhondda, The Archive Photograph Series

Clayton, D. The excavation of a Neolithic hut floor on Cefn Glas, Rhondda, 1971-4. Archaeologia Cambrensis 139 (1990)

Cornwall, John; Rhondda Collieries; 1987 D Brown & Sons.

Cummings, Ronald. 'The log-book of a Rhondda school 1864-1910'. Glamorgan Historian, 11 (1975)

Davies, Gareth Alban. The fur coat : women in the Rhondda during the thirties. Planet 102 (1993/94)

Davies, Glyn J . Rhondda in ancient times

Davies, Jeff. Rhondda Valleys in the 1840s from the Tithe Maps, 1997

Davies, Jeffrey R. ' Bryn Wyndham' village, upper Rhondda Fawr    (NLW's site)   Morgannwg, 20 (1976)

Davies, Keith. Roughneck in the Rhondda : some ideological connections between the United States and the south Wales coalfield 1900-1914. Llafur 6/4 (1995)

Davies, Meirion. Glynogwr & Gilfach Goch, 1981. Publisher D. Brown and Sons Ltd., Cowbridge and Bridgend . Early histories, boundries and events, prominent early inhabitants, land- tenure and usage, settlement pattern, religion, education, coal mining, transport and communication, origin of the name Gilfach Goch, farms, ministers of chapels, genealogy of the Muerig family, mines, 61 pictures, 8 maps

Davies, Miles. Miners of the Rhondda. Geographical Magazine 57 (1985)

Davies, Oliver. Cinema's golden days in mid-Rhondda . Country Quest 29/4 (1988)

Davis, Paul R. Historic Rhondda : an archaeological and topographical survey 8000 BC - AD 1850. [Treorchy] : Paul R. Davis, 1989.

Davis, Paul R. Long-huts in the Rhondda Valley. Archaeology in Wales 28 (1988)

Dicks, Bella. Regeneration versus representation in the Rhondda : the story of the Rhondda Heritage Park. Contemporary Wales 9 (1996)

Dicks, Bella. Heritage, place and community. Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 2000.

Eckley, Simon and Emrys Jenkins. Rhondda . Stroud, Gloucestershire : Chalford, 1994. The old photographs series.

Eckley, Simon & Emrys Jenkins; Rhondda, a second selection, 1995. The Archive Photograph Series; Chalford Publishing Co.

Edwards, Hywel Teifi.  Cwm Rhondda    Gomer 1995

Evans, Avril & Elaine Hawkins. Around Rhondda Fawr, The Archive Photograph Series. Stroud : Tempus Publishing, 1999.

Evans, David. Labour Strife in the South Wales Coalfield 1910-1911, subtitled: 'A Historical and Critical Record of the Mid-Rhondda, Aberdare Valley and other Strikes.' (published Educational Publishing Co., Cardiff 1911). p257. This contains a detailed official account of those events. It is not indexed, but does include a 7-page list of casualties sustained by police (name, rank, force, nature of injury etc.)

Fisk, Malcolm J. Housing in the Rhondda 1800-1940. 1996 , Merton Priory Press.

Forder, Helen. Daniel Davies, 1848-1896 : the first practical printer in the Rhondda. Glamorgan Family History Society Journal. 60 (2000)

Francis, Bernard J. Taffy Bowen's kamikazes : a profile of W. G. Bowen of Ystrad Rhondda . Planet 98 (1993)

From Rosewall to Rhondda [Life of Archibald Hood]

Griffiths, Richard. 'The Rhondda connection and the Cowbridge-Aberthaw railway : an aspect of South Wales entrepreneurial society in the late nineteenth century'. Transactions of the Honourable Society of Cymmrodorion, 12 (2005)

Gwyther, Cyril E. The valley shall be exalted : light shines in the Rhondda. London : Epworth Press, [1949.

Harries, P H G. The Rhondda revolt. Welsh Journal of Education. Vol. 9, no. 1 (2000)

Hawkins, Elaine & Avril Evans. A Dark Past. Whitchurch Books, 2003.-  A selection of 32  Rhondda murders

Hopkins, K S. Rhondda past and future.      Madock & Co 1975

Howells, Ivor. A Rhondda boy : 1906-1914. Elmsworth : Mrs Gwen Howells, 2001.

James, David(Defynnog). Rhondda scheme for teaching Welsh. Cardiff : Educational Publishing Co., [19--].

James, Glyn. Cardi yn y Rhondda : ambell atgof . Cwm Rhondda (Cyfres y Cymoedd) (1995)

James, William. Hanes dechreu yr achos crefyddol yn Ninas y Rhondda : ynghyd a sylwadau ar nodweddion amryw bersonau . Tonypandy : Argraffwyd gan Robert Davies, Maddock, a'u Cyf., 1902.

James, William Gwilym Iago. Wyth-ar-hugain o hen gymeriadau hynod Cwm Y Rhondda . Tonypandy : Robert Davies a'i Gyf., argraffwyr, &c., 1905.

Jenkins, Emrys. Upper Rhondda, Treorchy & Treherbert, The Archive Photograph Series. Stroud : Chalford, 1997.

Jenkins, Emrys and Roy Green. Upper Rhondda, a second selection, The Archive Photograph Series. Brimscombe Port : Tempus, 1999.

Jones, Dot. Counting the cost of coal : women's lives in the Rhondda, 1881-1911. Our mothers' land:chapters in Welsh women's history, 1830-1939, edited by Angela V.John (1991)

Jones, G. A. 'David James (Defynnog) 1865-1928, in the context of Welsh education' (Cecil-Williams lecture). Transactions of the Honourable Society of Cymmrodorion (1978 for 1977)

Jones's Rhondda Valley illustrated almanack and diary for 1875. Treherbert : I. Jones, [1874].

Lazarus, Bernard. Through the tunnel from Treherbert : memories of the Rhondda and Swansea Bay Railway. Steam Days 60 (1994)

Legman. Memories of the Mid-Rhondda . Country Quest 28/3 (1987)

Lewis, Ceri. The Welsh Language; Its origins and later history in the Rhondda.

Lewis, Evan David. The Rhondda Valleys : a study in industrial development, 1800 to the present day. Repr. from "The Geographical Magazine". London : Phoenix House, [1959].

Lewis, E. D. ' The Cymer (Rhondda) explosion, 1856'. Transactions of the Honourable Society of Cymmrodorion (1976)

Lewis, William. 18th century Rhondda and the Red Priest. [Rhondda] : [Rhondda Society], c1980.

Maddox, David. Rhondda remembers 1939-1945. Welsh Historian 15 (1991)

Morgan, Alun. The growth of a Welsh coal mining community : Rhondda 1860-1914. Treforest : Welsh History Resources Unit, 1983.

Morgan, Alun. Y Rhondda 1860-1914 : twf cymuned lofaol yng Nghymru. Trefforest : Uned Adnoddau Hanes Cymru, 1983.

Morgan, J Vyrnwy. Life of Viscount Rhondda. London : Allenson, 1918.

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

Morse, Brian. A moment in history: the story of the American Army in the Rhondda in 1944. Chichester: Prospero Books, 2001.

Naylor, Barrie. Quakers in the Rhondda, 1926-1986. Chepstow : Maes-yr-Haf Educational Trust, 1986.

Osmond, John. When dignity can grow from despair : developments at Penrhys in the Rhondda. Planet 102 (1993/94)

Owen, David. Mid and Upper Rhondda Fach : archive photographs. [Maerdy] : The Maerdy Archive, 2001. p128. The archives photograph series 

Owen, Karen. Beth yw'r Rhondda i ni? Golwg 23.1.97

Parnell, Mary Davies. Block salt and candles : a Rhondda childhood. [Bridgend] : Seren, [1991]

Parnell, Mary Davies. Snobs and sardines : Rhondda schooldays. Bridgend : Seren, 1993.

Phillips, Duncan. Rhondda : the story of a coal community to 1914. Porth : Mid-Glamorgan County Council, c1994.

Piercey, Jill. George Chapman's Rhondda : a profile of the artist. Planet 78 (1989)

Plummer, Edward. A practical handbook, illustrated by maps and plans, &c., on the coal mines of Rhondda Valley, for the use of masters and workmen. Caernarvon : H. Humphreys, pr., [1875].

Powell, Christopher & Malcolm J Fisk.    Early industrial housing in Rhondda, 1800-1850   (NLW's site) Morgannwg 35 (1991)

Powell, Dean. Musical Rhondda. Stroud : Tempus Publishing, 2000. p128 . Images of Wales series

Pride, Emrys. Rhondda my valley brave. Risca : Starling Press Ltd, 1975.

Pritchard, T. J. ' The Squire of Fairfield' : Rhondda on the eve of the industrial revolution  (NLW's site)   Welsh History Review, 11 (1983)

Prichard, T. J. ' The plight of the Rev. William Morgan : the Rhondda in the first stages of its industrial revolution' (NLW's site) Morgannwg, 27 (1983)

Pride, E . Rhondda my valley brave. Risca, 1975.

Rees, T Mardy. Ystoriau difyr : sef 1.- Bywyd yn y Rhondda; 2.- Penycoed. Gwrecsam [Wrexham] : Hughes a'i Fab, 1909.(Fiction)

Report of the Director of Education, September 1909. Ystrad : John Davies, printer, [1909?].

Rhondda, 1994 repr, The Archive Photograph Series

Rhondda Collieries, The Archive Photograph Series

Rhondda : a tribute to the "Black Diamond" . [Pentre] : Rhondda Borough Council, 1990. To mark the closure of the last pit in Rhondda.

Richards, Bill. Coal,Carpets and Choirs. A compendium of anecdotes, many based on his experiences in the pit (Cambrian) . He has gathered photographs not previously published. His account of the day that an explosion which killed 31 men at the colliery is thought provoking. Published by Glenside Printing, Wattstown, Rhondda.

Richards, S.   Rhondda and Swansea Bay Railway and South Wales Mineral Railway : Morgannwg . Swansea] : [Ty John Penry], [1976].

Roberts, S. ' Henry Naunton Davies (1827-1899) : a devoted family doctor and a brave rescuer'. Journal of Medical Biography, 11:3 (2003), Royal Society of Medicine.

Smith, David. Rhondda lives . Cardiff] : [LWT Marketing Ltd], [1989].

Smith, David. Rhondda Heritage Park. Trehafod : Rhondda Heritage Park, [1991?]

Smith, Martin. From the Rhondda to Swansea Bay : delving into the R&SBR files in the Public Record Office. Welsh Railways Archive 2/2 (1995)

South Wales English Congregational Union. ' The story of English Congregationalism in the Rhondda Valleys, 1738-1947.' In The Challenge of Change (Cardiff, 1947).

Stephens, Meic and others. A Rhondda anthology . Bridgend : Seren, 1993.

Sydenham, R. An unusual sight for Maerdy, Rhondda. Glamorgan Family History Society Journal 28 (1992)

Thomas, D A. The Industrial Struggle in Mid-Rhondda. 1911

Thomas, Mike. Colliery wagons of the Rhondda. Welsh Railway Archive 1 (1991)

Thomas, M. Wynn. Keeping the Rhondda for Wales : the case of J. Kitchener Davies. Transactions of the Honourable Society of Cymmrodorion. New Series. Vol. 6 (2000)

Warburton, David. Red Priest of the Rhondda : a saint - or just a drunken sinner? Country Quest 29/3 (1988)

Ward, Stephanie. '" Sit Down to Starve or Stand up to Live" : Community, Protest and the Means Test in the Rhondda Valleys, 1931 - 1939'. Llafur, 9:2 (2005), Society for the Study of Welsh Labour History

Watson, Richard. Rhondda Coal, Cardiff Gold, The Insoles of Llandaff Coal Owners and Shippers, 1997 , Merton Priory Press.

Wilkins, Charles. Buried alive! : a narrative of suffering and heroism being the tale of the Rhondda colliers as related by themselves. London : Houlston & Sons, 1877.

Williams, Chris. Democratic Rhondda : politics and society, 1885-1951. Cardiff : University of Wales Press, 1996.

Williams, Chris. 'An able administrator of capitalism'? : the Labour Party in the Rhondda, 1917-1921. Llafur 4/4 (1987)

Williams, Lawrence John. 'The First Welsh 'Labour' M.P. : The Rhondda Election of 1885' (NLW's site)   Morgannwg, 6 (1962)

Williams, Roger. Servant of the nation : [D. A. Thomas, Viscount Rhondda]. Country Quest 30/3 (1989)


Rhossili

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Beynon, Len.         Rhossili school.           Gower 49 1998           Welsh Journals Online

Bromham, Ivor J.        The wreckers of Rhossili. Heritage 17 (Aug./Sep.1987)

Davies, Margaret.         'Rhosili Open Field and related South Wales Field Patterns'. Agricultural History Review, 4:2 (1956)

Edmunds, George.       Rhossili LSA's night of glory : the 1937 rescue that won a life-saving association its laurels. Country Quest 29/5 (1988)

Gregor, Gary              The 'City of Bristol' Shipwreck               Gower 49 1998           Welsh Journals Online

Lee, Stephen.      The population of Rhosili         Gower, vol 4 1951    Welsh Journals Online

Lucas, Robert.       Rhossili : a village background. Cowbridge : D. Brown & Sons, 1989.

Lucas, Robert.           A few little plans ... : some sidelights on Rhossili in the 1880s and 90s.            Gower 44 1993       Welsh Journals Online

Lucas, Robert.           A Gower family : the Lucases of Stouthall and Rhosili rectory. Lewes, Sussex : Book Guild, 1986. p182. Plus a Supplement in 1987.

Lucas, Robert.      Supplement to A Gower family. [Swansea] : [Robert Lucas], [1987?].

Lucas, R L T          The Lucases at Rhossili Rectory           Gower, vol 25 1974    Welsh Journals Online

Rosser, Richard.        ' Rhossili's early water supply : Water, water everywhere but not a lot to drink!'.          Gower, 51 2000     Welsh Journals Online

Toft, L A.           The twin settlement of mediaeval Rhossili.                  Gower vol 36 1985          Welsh Journals Online

Ward, Anthony.             Early agriculture on Rhossili Down, Gower, West Glamorgan. Bulletin of the Board of Celtic Studies 34 (1987)


Roath

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A history of St.Peter's parish Roath, Cardiff : 1854-2001. Cardiff : Roman Catholic Archdiocese, 2001.

Blackmore, Megan E. The centenary of the parish church of Roath : St German 1884-1984. [Roath] : [Church of of St German of Auxerre], [1984].

Brown, Roger Lee. The Bible Christians and Diamond Street Church, Roath, Cardiff. Capel 6 (1988)

Childs, Jeff. Roath, Splott and Adamsdown. Stroud : Chalford Publishing, 1995..Archive photographs

Eyles, Anne. In the shadow of the steelworks. II, ; Roath-Docks-Splott . [Cardiff] : Willows Word Wizards, 1995

Hale, Michael. Roath Branch miscellany : [Taff Valley Railway]; the circumstances surrounding Thomas Jones' accident. Welsh Railway Archive 1 (1992)

Jones, Anthony L. Castell Coch and St. Margaret's Roath (Cardiff). Pencoed : Anthony L. Jones, 2000.

Roath local history society project newsletter. Cardiff : Roath Local History Society, 1983-

Stewart, John V. Puller of Roath as a Christian apologist. Journal of the Welsh Ecclesiastical History 7 (1990)

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.

Walker, Diane A. A guide to the Parish Church of St.Margaret, Roath. Cardiff : Vicar & Churchwardens of the Parish of Roath, 1994

Walker, Diane A. St Margaret's miscellany : essays and notes relating to the Parish Church of St Margaret, Roath, Cardiff, including the Bute mausoleum . Cardiff : Vicar & Churchwardens of the Parish of Roath, 1998.

Walker, Diane A. T he Bute mausoleum at St Margaret's Church, Roath. Archaeological Journal 150 (1993)


Rudry

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Rudry Local History Group Newsletter. [Machen] : Rudry Local History Group, 1986-89.


St Andrews Major

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Alcock, Leslie. Dinas Powys : an Iron Age, Dark Age and early medieval settlement in Glamorgan. Cardiff : University of Wales Press, 1963.

Alcock, Leslie. 'The hill fort in Cwrt-Yr-Ala Park, near Dinas Powis (Glam), 1 : The defences; 2 : A further section across the defences'. Bulletin of the Board of Celtic Studies, 16:3 (1955)

Campbell, Ewan. A blue glass squat jar from Dinas Powys, south Wales. Bulletin of the Board of Celtic Studies 36 (1989)

County treasures survey : St. Andrew's Major. [Cardiff] : County of South Glamorgan, [1984?].

Gilchrist, Roberta. A reappraisal of Dinas Powys : local exchange and specialized livestock production in 5th-7th century Wales. [Animal bone studies]. Medieval Archaeology 32 (1988)

Gow, David. The follies and grandeurs of economic nationalism : David Gow and John Osmond reply to Denzil Davies MP's scornful attack on the 'chattering classes of Dinas Powys'. New Welsh Review 34 (1996)

Graham-Campbell, James. Dinas Powys metalwork and the dating of enamelled zoomorphic penannular brooches. Bulletin of the Board of Celtic Studies 38 (1991)

Moses, Anthony J. A history of Dinas Powys Rugby Football Club : and its associations with the village, 1882-1982. Risca : Starling Press, 1982.

Pierce, G. O. The place-names of Dinas Powys Hundred. Cardiff, 1968.

Tilney, Chrystal. Glimpses of Old Dinas Powys, Newport : Starling Press,1982.

Tilney, Chrystal. Dinas Powys and St. Andrew's Major in old picture postcards. Zaltbommel : European Library, 1988.

Tilney, Chrystal. Dinas Powys, St.Andrews Major and Michaelson-le-Pit. Chalford : Chalford Publishing, 1996. p128


St Andrews Minor

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


St Athan

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Awbery, Stan. The story of St Athan and Aberthaw. Barry, 1959.

Barber, Alistair; Cox, Simon; Hancocks, Annette. 'A late Iron Age and Roman farmstead at RAF St Athan, Vale of Glamorgan. Evaluation and excavation 2002-3'. Archaeologia Cambrensis, 155 (2007 for 2006).

Bond, S J. Royal Air Force St. Athan : a history 1938-1988.

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

Price, Hilda H. Experiences in World War II [St. Athan]. Llafur 6/1 (1992)

Rees, Dillwyn. Royal Air Force General Hospital, St. Athan 1940-1961.


St Bride's-super-Ely

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St Bride's Major

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Bevan, S. W. St. Brides Major, Southerndown & Ogmore by the Sea, 1980. A Chronicle of a Parish in the Vale of Glamorgan, published by D. Brown & Sons Ltd. Cowbridge & Bridgend. S.W. Bevan was born in 1900, so the recollections are 20th Century, but perhaps a source where census and other records might not be available.

Carter, Lil Lloyd. Ogmore the castle in the King's domain. Mumbles] : Woodburn Little Press, 1987.

Jones, Anthony L. The Churches of St. Michael and All Angels, Michaelston-Le-Pitt; St. Bride, St. Brides Major & St. Hilary, St. Hilary. Pencoed : Anthony L. Jones, 2000.

Radford, Courtenay Arthur Ralegh. Ogmore castle, Glamorgan (Ancient monuments and historic buildings series). 1953.

Remfrey, Paul Martin. Ogmore Castle : 1066 to 1283. Worcester : SCS Publishing, 1995.

Remfrey, Paul Martin. Ogmore Castle : a short guide. Worcester : SCS, 1995.


St Bride's Minor

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


St Donat's

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Awbery, Stan. St. Donat's and the Stradlings. Barry, Glam., 1967.

Blackburn, Esther. St. Donat's Castle : a guide and brief history. Cowbridge?] : D. Brown and Sons Ltd, [196-].

Clark, George Thomas. Thireteen views of the Castle of St. Donat's, Glamorganshire : with a notice of the Stradling familyShrewsbury : Cardiff : Adnitt & Naunton ; Lewis & Williams, 1871.

County treasures survey : Marcross, Monknash, St. Donats. Cardiff : County of South Glamorgan, [1984?].

Denning, Roy and John Hilling. The Story of St. Donat's castle and Atlantic College. Cambridge : D. Brown in conjunction with Stewart Williams, 1983.

Gogarty, Paul. The best-preserved castle in south Wales. [St. Donat's]. In Britain (Aug.1988)

Griffiths, Ralph Alan.  ' The rise of the Stradlings of St. Donat's'  (NLW's site) Morgannwg, 7 (1963)

Jones, Anthony L. Heraldry in the churches, castles and manor houses of Glamorgan. Cowbridge : D. Brown & Sons, [1990]. p63. Contents: pt.1: St. Fagans Castle & Church; pt.2: St. Donats Castle & Church

Spurgeon, C J. St. Donat's Castle (ss 9343-6810) : a recent revised interpretation by the R.C.A.H.M. Wales. Archaeological Journal 150 (1993)

Thomas, Graham C G. The Stradling Library at St. Donats, Glamorgan. National Library of Wales Journal 24 1985/86

Traherne, John M. Stradling correspondence : a series of letters written in the reign of Queen Elizabeth, with notices of the family of Stradling of St. Donat's Castle, Co. Glamorgan . London : Longman, Orme, Brown, Green, and Longmans, 1840. p356.  Notes="Pedigree of Stradling of St. Donat's of Glamorganshire"

Whittle, Elisabeth. ' The Tudor gardens of St. Donat's Castle, Glamorgan, south Wales'. Garden History, 27:1 (1999)

Williams, David. ' The miracle at St. Donats'. Welsh Review, 6:1 (1947)

Williams, R. G. 'Vale of Glamorgan sketches, 9 : The Stradling Panels in St. Donats Church'. Transactions of the Aberafan & District Historical Society, 6 (1935 for 1933-4)

Williams, R. G. 'Vale of Glamorgan sketches, 10 : The Stradling Chapel, St. Donats'. Transactions of the Aberafan & District Historical Society, 6 (1935 for 1933-4


St Fagan's

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

Davies, Ilford. Morgan of St. Fagans. Glamorgan Family History Society Journal 25 (1991)

Jones, Anthony L. Heraldry in the churches, castles and manor houses of Glamorgan. Cowbridge : D. Brown & Sons, [1990]. p63. Contents: pt.1: St. Fagans Castle & Church; pt.2: St. Donats Castle & Church

Linnard, William. Charcoal burning at St. Fagans. Medel 3 (1986)

Linnard, William. 'Lord' Forrest of St Fagans: estate agent extraordinary  (NLW's site) Morgannwg 33 (1989)

Morgan, Thomas (Llyfnwy). An essay on the antiquities of St. Fagans, with its castle : the successful composition at the St. Fagans' Eisteddfod, September, 1866. Cardiff : Printed by Lewis and Williams, [1866?].

Mullin, James. Battle of St. Fagans. (1648) : Prize poem, National Eisteddford, 1899. Cardiff : WM. Lewis, Printer, [1899?].

Shepherd, Charles F. Annals of St Fagan's with Llanilterne, 1938 . An Ancient Glamorgan Parish

Stevens, Christine. In service at St Fagans Castle. Medel 3 (1986)

Strong, Wina. Photographic memories of St Fagans. Cowbridge : D. Brown & Sons Ltd, 1996.

Webb, Dave. The Battle of St. Fagans, 1648. Bristol : Stuart Press, 1998.

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Sabine, Jennifer              Mary Grenfell: Her travels in context                 Minerva vol 7 1999         Welsh Journals Online

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Speed, Glynda & Neil                  Some unrecorded Swansea pottery             Minerva vol 5 1997          Welsh Journals Online

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Swansea at war; Sally Bowler. Stroud: Sutton, 2006.

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Swansea Museum             Gower vol 42 1991     Welsh Journals Online

Swansea pictorial : incorporating Ammanford, Gower, Llanelli, Mumbles, Neath Port Talbot. Swansea : Deadwood Publishing, 1986?-

Swansea City Council. Swansea 1960s - 1980s . Stroud : Tempus Publishing, 2002.

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Taylor M Clague               The changing profile of Swansea              Gower vol 16 1964            Welsh Journals Online

The building industry in the upper Swansea valley and its economic and social ramifications, c. 1750-1975. Lewiston, N.Y. ; Lampeter : The Edwin Mellen Press, 2000.

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The Swansea directory 1929. Swansea : Bart Cronin Advertising Agency, 1929

The Swansea Races over 100 years ago              Gower vol 16 1964            Welsh Journals Online

The new Swansea guide; containing a particular description of the town & its vicinity, together with a short history of the county .. H. Griffith, 1823. New Ed.

The tourist's companion to Swansea, the Mumbles and Gower : a guide for strangers. Swansea : Printed at The Cambrian Office, 1870.

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Thomas, Sandra              George Francis, coach maker           Minerva vol 2 1994    Welsh Journals Online

Thomas, Sandra. 'The "Cambrian" - The First Newspaper Published in Wales (part one)'.     Gower vol 54  2003      Welsh Journals Online   & part II     Gower vol 55  2004   Welsh Journals Online

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Thomas, W S K. The history of Swansea : from rover settlement to the Restoration. Llandysul : Gomer, 1990.

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Tucker, Keith. A scratch in Glamorganshire : George the Founder (1765-1832) : a study of the life of George Tennant, projector of the Neath and Swansea, Red Jacket and Junction Canals (better known as the Tennant Canal). Cilfrew : Historical Projects, 1998.

Twigg, Sylvia            William Grant Murray (1877-1950): the master craftsman who converted the whole town            Minerva vol 8  2000         Welsh Journals Online

Twigg, Sylvia               Sisley, South Wales and a Swansea mystery          Minerva vol 10  2002       Welsh Journals Online

Uchida, Tadashi             Swansea's copper connections with Japan                 Minerva vol 14  2006   Welsh Journals Online 

Under Sail : Swansea Cutters, Tallships and Seascapes 1830-1880. 120 pages, almost every one of which has a b&w or colour photo of a 19th-century painting of shipping associated with Swansea, including some of the famous copper barques that sailed round Cape Horn , like the Zeta and the Eta, and a number of pilot cutters.The artists featured are James HARRIS 1810-1887, James Harris junr 1847-1925, George Chambers 1803-1840, Edward Duncan RWS 1803-1882, the Rev Calvert R. Jones 1804-1877 (including some reproductions of early photos) and Henry B Birchall, fl 1840-1850.

Unitarian Church (Swansea). Unitarian Church High Street, Swansea : brief historical notes. 1991 ?

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Walters, Ernest      The Development of the Walters Rd area of Swansea            Gower vol 30 1979              Welsh Journals Online

Warde, George                 A memoir of Lieut Henry Warde RN               Minerva vol 8  2000         Welsh Journals Online

Welch, Edwin.            Lady Huntingdon's chapel at Swansea.            Gower 46 1995        Welsh Journals Online

Wigstead's Swansea 1797; 'Last night's smoking society'              Gower vol 14 1961            Welsh Journals Online      

Williams, Anthony.          Ferrara Quay, Swansea. Building (8.4.88)

Williams, D Trevor.          The Economic Development of Swansea and of the Swansea District to 1921, 1940 . By University College of Swansea Pamphlet 4. p189. The area covered by the book is extensive, as well as the anthracite coalfield, it includes Neath/Cwmavon/Maesteg/Pyle and south east Carmarthenshire There are large sections on coal-mining and the smelting industries. Here are substantial extracts from this book  

Williams, Edwin Colin.         Joseph Morcom : a Cornish Methodist in nineteenth century Swansea.             Gower 48 1997        Welsh Journals Online

Williams, Gareth       "The longest and most stormy meeting that Swansea ever had"               Gower vol 30 1979              Welsh Journals Online

Williams, Glanmor(ed) and others.            Swansea : an illustrated history. Swansea : Christopher Davies, 1990.

Williams, Glanmor. [Swansea]              Before the Industrial Revolution. Swansea, an illustrated history, edited by Glanmor Williams (1990)

Williams, Glanmor.           Chartists, "Rebecca" and the Swansea Police        Gower, vol 12  1959             Welsh Journals Online

Williams, Glanmor.             Religion and belief. The City of Swansea : challenges and change

Williams, Glanmor              A brief history of Swansea castle        Gower, vol 10 1957     Welsh Journals Online

Williams, Glanmor             W H Jones: Swansea's historian               Minerva vol 1 1993     Welsh Journals Online

Williams, Julian L. The Mackworth tragedy : how the half-sister of Frankenstein authoress Mary Shelley came to a sad end in Swansea . Country Quest. (June 1999)

Williams, Rowan. 'Swansea's Other Poet : Vernon Watkins and the Threshold between Worlds'. Welsh Writing in English, 8 (2003), New Welsh Review.

Williams, Thomas. The science and scientific men of Wales : Lewis Weston Dillwyn Esq., of Swansea. Tenby : R. Mason, printer, 1855. Reprinted from the "Cambrian Journal", December, 1855.

Wilson, Jen                    Jessie Donaldson (1799/1899): Swansea Abolitionist               Minerva vol 12  2004     Welsh Journals Online 

Wilstead, John Owen                Kildare Stucley Meager (1894-1964); Ceramics Connoisseur and Scholar               Minerva vol 6 1998        Welsh Journals Online

Wilstead, John Owen           Ernest Morton Nance (1868-1952): the man behind the book               Minerva vol 8  2000         Welsh Journals Online

Wilstead, John O.; Morris, Bernard.               Thomas Baxter : the Swansea years, 1816-1819 : a study of the artist's ceramic and topographical work at Swansea with a survey of his life and its background.L landysul: Gomer Press, 1997

Wilton, Joan & Gerald Gabb                   Costume and the Man - Eight Notables of the Nineties                Minerva vol 4 1996          Welsh Journals Online

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Wright's illustrated guide to Swansea and Mumbles. Swansea : A.C. Wright, 1897.

Yonge, S. Carmarthen Road United Reformed Church, Swansea, 1876-1976. Swansea, 1976


Tythegston

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Adeiladau o ddiddordeb pensaerniol neu hanesyddol arbennig : Cefn Cribwr, Pen-y-Bont ar Ogwr (rhan) = Buildings of special architectural or historic interest : Cefn Cribwr, Bridgend (part). Cardiff : Cadw: Welsh Historic Monuments, [1998]

Cefn Wesley 1886-1986 : centenary booklet for Cefn Cribwr Methodist Church. Cefn Cribwr Methodist Church, [1986].

Granville, Neville. A Thousand Names & Faces, People of Cefn Cribbwr, Kenfig Hill and Pyle. Cowbridge : D. Brown & Sons, 1996. p97. Full of facts and family histories

Granville, Neville. All Change at Cefn Junction. Y Cefn Gwyrdd, 1998. A book written to celebrate the centenary of Cefn Junction signal box. Many names of signalmen and other local people

Granville, Neville. The Park Slip Explosion. Cefn Cribwr, 1992.The pit explosion which took place near Aberkenfig in 1892. All the victims and the survivors are listed.

Granville, Neville. Cefn Cribwr - Chronicle of a Village. Stewart Williams, 1980. p226. Lots of local families are mentioned as well as a chapter on the Ironmaster, John Bedford

Marvell, A G. Excavations at the Bedford Ironworks, Cefn Cribwr, 1992-1994. Archaeology in Wales 36 (1996)

Mason, John. That's Life, isn't it?  Y Cefn Gwyrdd, 1992. Childhood memories of Agnes May Owen in Cefn Cribwr in the early part of the 20th century

Riden, Philip. John Bedford and the Ironworks at Cefn Cribwr. Published by the Author, 1992. Includes a family tree of the Bedford family in South Wales and Birmingham


Welsh St Donats

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County treasures survey : Pendoylan, Ystradowen, Welsh St. Donats. [Cardiff] : County of South Glamorgan, [1984?].


Wenvoe

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Lloyd, Bernard. Why the gallant colonel of Wenvoe fought a fatal duel. Country Quest 32/8 (1992)

Moody, Ian. Wenvoe past & present : local history and descriptive walks around the village and surrounding area. Wenvoe : Gwenf˘ Gynt - The Wenvoe History Group, c2000.

Owen-John, H S. A hill-slope enclosure in Coed y Cymdda, near Wenvoe, South Glamorgan. Archaeologia Cambrensis 137 1988


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Brown, Roger Lee. Vicar Clarke of Whitchurch and his curate at Ton ... : (being a rather sad story). Tongwynlais : Tair Eglwys Press, 1984.

Brown, Roger Lee. The Churches in the Parish of Tongwynlais   Cardiff 1988

Chappell, Edgar. Old Whitchurch, Cardiff : Merton Priory Press, 1994. p244. Facsimile ed. with a new preface and photographs. Original ed: Cardiff: The Priory Press, 1945. Includes bibliographical references and index

Evans, Chris. ' Global commerce and industrial organization in an eighteenth-century Welsh enterprise : the Melingriffith Company'. (NLW's site) Welsh History Review, 20:3 (2001), University of Wales Press.

Knight, J K.      Tre Oda Castle Mound     (Recent excavation and discovery in Glamorgan )   (NLW's site)    Morgannwg 10

Riden, Philip. 'Early ironworks in the lower Taff valley'. Morgannwg, 36 (1992)

Thomas, Hilary M. Whitchurch hospital 1908-1983 : a brief history to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the hospital. 1983.


Wick

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Adeiladau o ddiddordeb pensaerniol neu hanesyddol arbennig : Wick : Bro Morgannwg (rhan) = Buildings of special architectural or historic interest : Wick : Vale of Glamorgan (part). Cardiff : Cadw Welsh Historic Monuments, [2001?]


Ystradowen

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County treasures survey : Pendoylan, Ystradowen, Welsh St. Donats. [Cardiff] : County of South Glamorgan, [1984?].

Thomas, Hilary M. Ystradowen : a tale of princes, priests and people. Cowbridge : Ystradowen Parochial Church Council, 1993.


Ystradyfodwg

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' A future and a hope' : the story of Seion Baptist Church, Maerdy. Evangelical Magazine of Wales 31/2 (1992)

Adeiladau o ddiddordeb pensaerniol neu hanesyddol arbennig Tylorstown : Ferndale; Treorchy; Pentre; Llwyn-y-Pia; Trealaw; Ystrad & Tylorstown, Rhondda Cynon Taff (rhan) = Buildings of special architectural or historic interest : Ferndale; Treorchy; Pentre; Llwyn-y-Pia; Trealaw; Ystrad & Tylorstown, Rhondda Cynon Taff (part). Cardiff : Cadw: Welsh Historic Monuments, 1997.

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

Adeiladau o ddiddordeb pensaerniol neu hanesyddol arbennig : Pen-y-Graig, Tonypandy a Ynyshir, Rhondda-Cynon-Taf (rhan) = Buildings of special architectural or historic interest : Pen-y-Graig, Tonypandy and Ynyshir, Rhondda-Cynon-Taff (part). Cardiff : Cadw : Welsh Historic Monuments, [2001].

Ap Nathan. Cymeriadau Cefn Gwlad yng Nghwarter Olaf y Ganrif Ddiwethaf. (Llethrau Tir yr Egwlys Bodringallt a Gelli Dawel ym Mhlwy Ystradyfodwg) 1948

Benjamin, David. Maerdy celebrates : some of the agonising aspects of the coming of the passenger railway. Welsh Railway Archive 1 (1991)

Bishop. Emma Mathew. The gallant miners of Porth : a poem embodying the narrative of the entombment and rescue of the Tynewydd colliers in the late fearful accident at Rhondda Valley Cardiff : Printed at the South Wales Daily News, [1877?]

Cameron, Sean James. Rhondda from Cwmparc to Blaencwm. Brimscombe Port, Stroud : Tempus Publishing, 2001.p96 Then & Now series

Carpenter, D J. Clydach Vale Flood disaster 1910. Cardiff : Colourcraft (Western) Ltd, c1995

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

Cope, Phil. The price of coal : Tynewydd Colliery disaster April 1877. [Penywaun] : Penywaun Publications, 1999.

Davies, Meirion. Glynogwr & Gilfach Goch, 1981. Publisher D. Brown and Sons Ltd., Cowbridge and Bridgend. p229. Early histories, boundries and events, prominent early inhabitants, land- tenure and usage, settlement pattern, religion, education, coal mining, transport and communication, origin of the name Gilfach Goch, farms, ministers of chapels, genealogy of the Muerig family, mines, 61 pictures, 8 maps

Davies, Vernon and others. Treorchy Rugby Football Club 1886-1986. [Treorci] : [Treorchy Rugby Football Club], [1986].

Eglwys Ebeneser Tynewydd [Treherbert] : 1869-1969 : hanes can-mlynedd yr achos. [Tynewydd] : [Eglwys Ebeneser], [1969?]

Evans, Gwyn. The Tonypandy riots 1910-11 : 1910-11. [Bridgend] : Mid Glamorgan County Council, Education Department, 1992.

Fair, E G. Hymns and hard work : the story of Treherbert and the Wesleyans. [Treherbert] : [E.G. Fair], [1990].

Jenkins, David. Life from the dead : being the history of the entombed colliers in the Tynewydd pit, Rhondda Valley, from April the 11th, until the 20th, 1877. Cwm-Avon : Printed by Griffiths & Sons, [1877?].

Jenkins, Emrys and Roy Green. Upper Rhondda : Treorchy and Treherbert. Stroud : Chalford, 1997.. The archive photographs series

Jiwbili Ainon, Ynyshir : llyfryn coffa.Tonypanday ; Treorchy : Evans a Short, Argraffwyr, 1914.. Ainon Church Jubilee

Lazarus, Bernard. Through the tunnel from Treherbert : memories of the Rhondda and Swansea Bay Railway. Steam Days 60 (1994)

Llewellyn, Ken. Disaster at Tynewydd. 2nd ed. Penarth : Church in Wales Publications, 1992.

McEwen, John M. 'Tonypandy : Churchill's albatross'. Queen's Quarterly (Spring 1971)

Mˇr-O'Brien, Anthony. 'Churchill and the Tonypandy riots'. (NLW's site)   Welsh History Review, 17 (1994), University of Wales Press.

Morgan, W. I. 'Canmlwyddiant Eglwys Bethel, Y Rhigos, Cylchdaith AberdÔr'[The centenary of Bethel Chapel, Rhigos, Aberdare Circuit]. Bathafarn, 19 (1964)

Owen, David. Maerdy Rhondda Fach. Maerdy : The Maerdy Archive, 2001. The archive photograph series.

Owen, David. Maerdy, Rhondda Valley. Stroud : Tempus, 1999. Images of Wales

Owens, Benjamin G. David Pryse Williams (Brythonydd), Treherbert. Trafodion Cymdeithas Hanes y Bedyddwyr (1987)

Powell, Dean. Treorchy Male Choir. [Stroud] : Tempus Publishing, 2001. Images of Wales

Powell, Dean. Treorchy Male Choir 1946-1996 : fifty golden years. Treorchy : Treorchy Male Choir, 1996.

Pritchard, Katie Olwyn. Gilfach Goch in Cameo Vol 1, 2 & 3 - Vol 1; 1974 Starling Press Vol 2; 1975 Starling Press; Vol 3; 1978 Starling Press.

Pritchard, Katie Olwyn; The Story of Gilfach Goch, 1973 Starling Press

Pritchard, Katie Olwyn. 'The evergreen valley' Gilfach Goch = 'Y cwm gwyrddlas' Gilfach Goch. [Porthcawl] : Ogwr Borough Council, [1989].

Prosser, Gwyn. History of Cwmparc : King Coal invades a Sylvan Valley : awarded the prize at Treorchy Semi-National Eisteddfod in 1923. Pontypridd : Rhondda Leader, 1936.

Rees, David. Calfaria, Gilfach Goch : braslun o hanes dechreuad yr eglwys uchod ar ddathliad hanner-canmlwyddiant yr achos 1894-1945. Tonypandy : Evans a Short, 1945.

Rees, W. H. G. A short history of the church and parish of St. Andrew, Llwynypia, 1878-1948. Tonypandy, 1948.

Reynolds, Paul R. ' A 'high state of perfection' : Cox's Hendreforgan colliery, 1814-1833'. Morgannwg, 30 (1986)

Rhys, W. J. 'Hanes Libanus Treherbert' [The history of Libanus Chapel, Treherbert]. Trafodion Cymdeithas Hanes Bedyddwyr Cymru(1964)

Rhys, J. E. Cymeriadau cefn gwlad : hen gymeriadau llethrau Tir yr Eglwys, Bodringallt a Gelli Dawel ym Mhlwy Ystradyfodwg yng nghwarter olaf y ganrif ddiwethaf [Characters from the countryside: the old characters from the slopes of Tir yr Eglwys, Bodringallt and Gelli Dawel in Ystradyfodwg parish in the last quarter of the last century]. Cardiff, 1948.

Richards, Bill. Coal Carpets and Choirs. The author relates his life/experiences, born Tonypandy, worked at the Cambrian Colliery, Clydach Vale. (available from author August 2003) 243 pages. An essential read for Rhondda interests.

Selwood, Nansi. A History of the Villages of Hirwaun and Rhigos. Penderyn : Nansi Selwood, 1997. p166 .Very interesting history from the Iron Age to the 1990s, including the beginning of coal mining in the area, the farms etc.  Contains 166 photos and illustrations  and a number of short biographies of  people from the area.(Purchased from Aberdare Library)

Slinn, Jack. Ferndale. Welsh Railway Archive 1 (1994)

Smith D. Wales ! Wales !   London 1984. Chapter 4, 'A Place in South Wales', has reference to the strife at Tonypandy in 1910

Sydenham, R. An unusual sight for Maerdy, Rhondda . Glamorgan Family History Society Journal 28 (1992)

The history of Llwynypia Hospital; by Rhodri John Powell. [s.l.]: Pontypridd & Rhondda NHS Trust, 2007.

Thomas, Barry A. The life and works of David Davies [Gilfach Goch]

Thomas, John A.   Soariana . Tonypandy : Robert Davies a'i Gyf, Argraffwyr, [1906?].  - translation published by Glamorgan FHS. A History of Soar Chapel, Pen-y-graig [preachers names and brief history 1834-1901].

Williams, John Rufus. Ystradiana : neu Hanes Bedyddwyr Ystradyfodwg : yng nghyd a byr adroddiad am y flwyddyn 1885. Ystrad : Thomas J. Davies, 1886. The History of the Baptists of Ystradyfodwg. See Glamorgan FHS journal vol 72/Dec 2003 for a translation (first part) by Jennet and Ceri Davies. Also part two in Glamorgan FHS journal 73/March 2004.

Williams, L J. The Road to Tonypandy. Llafur, vol 1/2 May 1973

Williams, Mari A. Ferndale (Glamorgan). The Welsh language and the 1891 census

Williams, Mari A. Llwynypia (Sir Forgannwg). The Welsh language and the 1891 census

Young, David. A noble life : incidents in the career of Lewis Davis of Ferndale. 2nd ed. London : Charles H. Kelly, 1899. The life story of Lewis Davis, with many references to events and people involved in the management and ownership of the S Wales mining industry

 


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