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Catalogue of Newspaper Articles
with reference to the surname ORIEL
or the village of LLANTEG with brief descriptions.

Taken from the NARBERTH Weekly News. Held in Tenby Library
This volume covers the period : 1923 - 1944
Transcribed by O. J. & C. A. Vaughan

Transcribers' Notes

Weekly News: 1923, 1924, 1925, 1926, 1927, 1928, 1929, 1931, 1932, 1933, 1934, 1935, 1936, 1937, 1938, 1939, 1940, 1941, 1942, 1943, 1944, 1945. (Years shown in italics are newspapers not released for research.)
Transcribers added comments within the content below are shown as in (Note : .............)

Mr & Mrs Vaughan would like to thank the Staff at Tenby Library for all their help and assistance. This catalogue was compiled for their own research into the surname ORIEL in Pembrokeshire, however, the benefits to others of such a catalogue  were realised and therefore all references to either the surname or the village of Crunwere were recorded.


Weekly News for the Year 1923

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Thursday January 4th 1923

CRUNWERE

Social - A report of an event held at the Schoolroom.

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Thursday January 11th 1923 Page 2 Col 6 :

CRUNWERE

School Tea - A report on a school function.

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Thursday January 11th 1923 Page 3 Col 1 :

LANTEAGUE 

Band of Hope - Report of event at congregational Church with recitations.

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Thursday January 25th 1923 Page 6 Col 4 :

LANTEAGUE 

Please Observe - The forthcoming concert lecture given by Risca

Williams a survivor from the Lusitania, at Zoar Baptist Chapel.

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Thursday February 1st 1923 Page 3 Col 2 :

LANTEAGUE 

Concert - Advance notice of event in aid of the Congregational church with names and programme.

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Thursday February 8th 1923 Page 7 Col 4 :

LANTEAGUE 

Band of Hope - Report on Meeting with reitations.

Concert Lecture - A report on the lecture of the Lusitania disaster by survivor Risca Williams.

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Thursday February 8th 1923 Page 8 Col 3 :

LANTEAGUE 

Death - A report of the death of Benjamin Phillips at The Corner Amroth, buried at Zoar Chapel, conditions of 3 years in France probable cause of death.

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Thursday February 8th 1923 Page 8 Col 3 :

CRUNWERE

Lantern Lecture - Given by Canadian Pacific Railway.

(Note : probably to encourage emigration)

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Thursday April 5th 1923 Page 8 Col 1 :

CRUNWERE

Ex Service Mans Tribute - A shield laid on the grave of Mr W.B.

Phillips by his wartime comrades.

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Thursday April 19th Page 3 Col 1/2/3 :

The South Eastern Corner of Pembrokeshire. Recollections by Ben Price on Crunwere and Amroth.

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Thursday April 26th 1923 Front Page Col 5 :

CRUNWERE

New Rector - Rev Robert Jackett rector of Hasguard and St Ishmaels accepts living of Crunwear.

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Thursday May 19th 1923 Page 5 Col 5 :

Motor Cycle Accident - Cow killed at Lanteague, A report of the accident in which a cow belonging to Mr R. G. George of the Downs, killed in collision with motorcycle ridden by Mr Frank T. Lloyd of Molleston Farm. Lady passenger mentioned but not named.

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Thursday June 14th 1923 Page 6 Col 3 :

Letters to the Editor - Old Amroth. With mentions of Crunwere by Ben Price currently living at 5 Louvaine Road, London SW11.

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Thursday June 21st 1923 Page 2 Col 2/3/4 :

The South East Corner of Pembrokeshire - Further recollections by Ben Price.

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Thursday June 28th 1923 Page 2 Col 6 :

LANTEAGUE 

Sunday Traffic - A report of the increase traffic in the village and the dangers thereof.

Church Anniversary - A report on the Congregational Church service.

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Thursday July 5th 1923 Page 3 Col 3 :

CRUNWEAR

Outing - A report on the annual outing to the Black Rocks Amroth.

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Thursday July 26th 1923 Page 6 Col 3 :

CRUNWEAR

School Success - Awards to Jack Allan, Mildred John & Muriel Hodge

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Thursday August 23rd 1923 Page 6 Col 5 :

LANTEAGUE 

Anniversary - An advance notice.

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Thursday August 30th 1923 Front Page Col 3 :

LANTEAGUE 

Anniversary - A report on the service of Sunday last.

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Thursday October 11th 1923 Page 2 Col 2/3 :

South East Corner of Pembrokeshire - More recollections by Ben Price.

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Thursday October 18th 1923 Page 6 Col 6 :

LANTEAGUE 

Wedding - A report on the marriage Saturday last of Mr Edwin Waters, Quarry Park Stepaside and Martha Jane Reynolds Bellevue at Longstone Congregational Church. Among others Mrs (probably Mary Elizabeth nee' Reynolds) & Miss Oriel attended party at Bellevue.

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Thursday October 25th 1923 Front Page Col 4 :

LANTEAGUE 

Harvest Festival - A report of service Friday last at Congregational Church.

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Thursday November 8th 1923 Page 8 Col 2 :

CRUNWERER.

S.P.C.A. - a report on prize giving at School. Jack Allan, Millie John & Muriel Hodge receive prizes.

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Thursday November 15th 1923 Page 3 Col 2/3 :

Captain N.J.G. Jones of Crunwere, Captains the Indian Hockey Team. Son of Benjamin Jones of Heatherland Crunwere. (PHOTOGRAPH OF CAPT JONES & HOCKEY TEAM)

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Thursday November 29th 1923 Page 6 Col 6 :

LANTEAGUE 

Band of Hope - A report of meeting at congregational Church with contributors including Maggie Oriel (Note : Martha Gwendoline Oriel).

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Thursday December 27th 1923 Front Page Col 3 :

CRUNWERE

Band of Hope - A report of the event at the School on the 17th December with contributors.

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Weekly News for the Year 1924

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Thursday January 3rd 1924 Page 3 Col 3 :

CRUNWERE

Jumble Sale - A report on the event.

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Thursday January 10th 1924 Oage 3 Col 4 :

CRUNWERE

Social Tea - A report on a musical evening with names of recitations.

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Thursday January 31st 1924 Page 5 Col 5 :

CRUNWERE

Whist Drive - A short report with prize winners.

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Thursday January 24th 1924 Page 6 Col 6 :

Letters to the Editor - Crunwere Parish. A list of Rectors by W. Phelps of Rock Cottage Amroth.

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Thursday February 7th 1924 Page 2 Col 5 :

Letters to the Editor - Reminiscences with mentions of Crunwere Parish, "John the Shoemaker", death of Rev. Dalton in 1830 with references to  Ben Price. Written by Robert Davies of Swansea.

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Thursday February 7th Page 6 Col 6 :

LANTEAGUE 

Temperance - Parliament Resolutions passed out at Baptist and Congregational Church.

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Thursday February 14th 1924 Front Page Col 6 :

Letters to the Editor - Mr Robert Davies who queries Crunwere and Amroth parish plurality and mentions the depth of Local History contained in the Prize Essay by Mr James Thomas late of Beulah Hill presented at the Amroth Eisteddfod in 1910 (see September 1st and 8th 1910) by Mr W. Phelps.

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Thursday February 21st 1924 Page 5 Col 3 :

Letters to the Editor - A reply to Ben Price by Mr R. Davies, stating he was the eldest son of Billy & Nanny, "The Palace". Also mentions the death of Mr H. Phelps brother to Mr Phelps.

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Thursday February 28th 1924 Front Page Col 5 :

LANTEAGUE 

Band of Hope - A report with village names. Grand Concert - A report on Annual Event at Zoar Baptist, with list of recitations.

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Thursday February 28th 1924 Page 6 Col 5 / 6 :

The South East Corner of Pembrokeshire, Sixty and more years ago;
Reminiscences in a letter written by Ben Price of London on the 23rd February 1924. Mentions Esther the Mid Wife of Mountain Corner. Death of the daughter of John Hodge a young girl who lived with Charles Candrick (Note : Could this be Charles Hendrick who married Ann Oriel), at the Moores. Also Betty Allen Clerk of the Church, George the parsonage and his 5 sons (all named), "Nannie Morgan" daughter of John & Sal Morgan, John Davies of Greenacre, robert Price born at Rhydgoch 11.May.1860, and Robert Davies brother to John Davies who lives in America. Ben Price makes known he has lived in London for 40 years.

 (Note : The implied suggestion appears to be that the Palace = Greenacre, Crunwere)

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Thursday March 13th 1924 :

CRUNWERE

Whist Drive - A report of event on the 3rd March with prize winners.

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Thursday April 3rd 1924 :

Letters to the Editor - The South East corner of Pembrokeshire 60 years and more ago, mentions Lewis a' Bevelin (sic - possibly Lewis ap Bevlin), Captains Pond, Tom Hodges Pond, Crafty Pond. Captains Pond in or near centre of Lanteague Muntan (sic) by the side of the old Lanteague to Amroth Road. Also Dan a' Crafty Blacksmith (Note : is this Dan Ap Crafty). Opposite Coombs Head was The Sweet-Will Pond, mile from Bens home at Greenacre. Also mentions the Great Comet of 1860 which was seen over Rural Wall, Greenacre and Maros(sic).

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Thursday May 23rd 1924 Front Page Col 4 :

CRUNWERE

Bazaar - Advance notice, to be opened by Major C.W.M. Price in the Rectory Grounds.

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Thursday May 29th 1924 Front Page Col 3 :

LANTEAGUE 

Tea and Entertainment - A report on Annual event at Congregational Church, with recitations.

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Thursday May 29th 1924 Page 5 Col 4

Bazaar at Crunwere - A full report with stall holders names and village place names.

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Thursday June 5th 1924 Pag 6 Col 4 :

LANTEAGUE 

Anniversary - Advance notice of service.

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Thursday June 5th Page 8 Col 1 :

CRUNWERE

The Bazaar - A report with village names and place names.

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Thursday June 19th 1926 Front Page Col 6 :

LANTEAGUE 

Anniversary - A report of service at Congregational Church.

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Thursday July 10th 1924 Page 6 Col 5 :

CRUNWERE

Parish outing - A report of the trip to Amroth.

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Thursday September 18th 1924 Page 5 Col 2

Letters to the Editor - About the state of the road on the hill at Lanteague and the escape from 2 accidents signed by ;  "Visitor" Amroth, Kilgetty, Sept 8th 1924.

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Thursday October 2nd 1924 Page 7 Col 1 :

LANTEAGUE 

Funeral - A report of the funeral of Mrs Ann Phelps of Horsemanstone, Amroth buried at Zoar Baptist.

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Thursday Sept 16th 1924 :

LANTEAGUE 

Harvest Festival - A report of the meeting and service at Congregational Church.

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Weekly News for the Year 1925

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Thursday January 1st 1925 Page 6 Col 4 :

CRUNWERE

School Concert - School terms end 19th December with entertainment including a dialogue "The King and The Fool", by B. Hodge and F. Oriel

(Note : Alfred Frederick Oriel). Other names mentioned.

Children's Tea & Presentation - A report on a Boxing Day event with some names including Mr J. Williams of Crunwere Farm.

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Thursday 8th January 1925 Page 5 Col 2 :

CRUNWERE

Choir Supper - A report on the supper hosted on new years night by Rev Jackett for the Christmas Choir.

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Thursday 12th March 1925 Page 6 Col 6 :

LANTEAGUE 

Band of Hope - A report of the meeting with list of recitations.

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Thursday 19th March 1925 Page 6 Col 4 :

LANTEAGUE 

Concert - In aid of funds for Congregational church. Programme and contributions listed.

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Thursday 8th April 1925 Page 8 Col 2 :

CRUNWERE

The G.O.M. - John Davies of Greenacre reaches age of 93 years.

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Thursday 23rd April 1925 Page 8 Col 2 :

LANTEAGUE 

Service of Song - A report of Easter Sunday services.

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Thursday 04th June 1925 Page 7 Col 3 :

LANTEAGUE 

Tea and Entertainment - A report of the Band of Hope meeting on Wednesday last with contributions and recitations.

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Thursday 25th June 1925 Page 4 Col 3 :

ADVERT - Parish of Crunwear - for Sale by Auction IVY COTTAGE with 8 acres 1 rod 37 perch or thereabouts of very good pasture land. Also several enclosures of 12 acres 1 rod 22 perch of good pasture land.

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Thursday 02nd July 1925 Front Page Col 5 :

LANTEAGUE 

Anniversary and Centenary Service -  of Congregational Church on 5th July.

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Thursday 02nd July 1925 Page 4 Col 4 :

NOTES OF THE WEEK : Lanteague Centenary - the story of Lanteague Congregational church which celebrates its centenary next Sunday is an extremely interesting one. the origin of the church can be traced back to the loft of an old house at Lanteague cross where services where started in the year 1825. A successful local mission was started and some well known local names where connected with it. Among the number was Daniel Richards who by the way was the grandfather of the present pastors wife Mrs J. H. Phillips. The first chapel was built by the parishioners near the site of the present building for a school. It was in 1854 that a congregational church was formed and the present chapel was built in 1889. The first minister was the late Rev. J. Davies, Carvan and Soar, who was one of the pillars of congregationalism in the district. The present pastor the Rev. J. Howell Phillips J.P., has held the pastorate of Lanteague and Longstone for the last 23 years.

(Note : Article in full)

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Thursday 02nd July Page 7 Col 2 :

LANTEAGUE 

Centenary - Advance notice with a number of village names and place names.

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Thursday 09th July 1925 Front Page Col 4 :

LANTEAGUE 

Centenary Service - a full report with a few names.

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Thursday 20th August 1925 Page 4 Col 4 :

AUCTION - Ivy Cottage and lands as previously described. Lanteague-Fach. A property situate on the Pembroke - Carmarthen Road. 4 miles from Whitland. To be sold 2:30 pm 4th September 1925.

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Thursday 10th September 1925 Page 7 Col 5/6 :

Correspondence - Old memories of Amroth, with mentions of Dalton being incorrect for the surname Doulton in the village of Crunwere. Mentions Crunwere Church is refered to as Llangonwern in some ancient documents, written by Ben Price 01st September 1925.

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Thursday 17th September 1925 Page .. Col .. :

LANTEAGUE 

Birthday - "The father of Lanteague", A report on John Davies 93 years old. He currently has 2 daughters, 5 sons, plus 60 grand & great grand children.

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Thursday 24th September 1925 Page 5 Col 6 :

Official at 93 - A report on John Davies - whose school days were spent at the feet of Betty Lewis, who "kept School" at Furzy Park, with much further incidental information.

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Thursday 22nd October 1925 Page 4 Col 6 :

Births Marriages Deaths - ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
Mrs Oriel & Miss Mathis Goitre House Whitland desire to express their thanks for the sympathy extended them in their recent sad bereavement and the floral tributes received.

(Note : Non Crunwere related - For a full transcript of the funeral proceedings refer to the Oriel Document Archive).

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Thursday 19th November 1925 Front Page Col 6 :

LANTEAGUE 

Band of Hope - A report of the 1st winter meeting with a number of village names and the place name of Penybont.

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Weekly News for the Year 1926

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Thursday 28th January 1926 Page 4 Col 3 :

B/M/D/ - ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
The family of the late Mr Glanville, Llanteg wish to thank all who sympathised with them in their recent sudden bereavement, also all who sent floral tributes and letters of sympathy.

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Thursday 28th January 1926 Pag 5 Col 1 :

DEATH OF COUNTY COUNCILLOR - Mr J.C.S. Glanville Llanteg - A report of the sudden death aged 57 years. Large number of village names & place names.

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Thursday 11th February 1926 Front Page Col 2 :

CRUNWERE

Band of Hope - A report on the monthly meeting with some village names.

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Thursday 18th February 1926 Page 7 Col 1 :

CRUNWERE

Concert - A report of the G.F.S. concert at Crunwere Schoolroom with participants.

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Thursday 25th March 1926 Front Page Col 3 :

CRUNWERE

Band of Hope - A report of the meeting with recitations.

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Thursday 25th March 1926 Page 8 Col 2 :

CRUNWERE

Death - Of Mr William Davies of Blackheath, 85 years. Sympathy's to Brother Mr John Davies of Greenacre.

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Thursday 08th April 1926 Page 2 Col 6 :

CRUNWERE

Funeral - A report of the funeral of Wm Davies of Blackheath, which took place at 2 pm 27th March 1926 with a number of names & placenames.

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Thursday 20th May 1926 Page 8 Col 3 :

CRUNWERE

New arrival - Congratulations to Mr & Mrs Hughes, The Folly, Crunwere, who were the recipients of a baby son on Thursday May 13th.

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Thursday 17th June 1926 Page 4 Col 6 :

CRUNWERE

Annual Outing - A report of visit to Amroth.

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Thursday 01st July 1926 Page 3 Col 4 :

CRUNWERE

Band of Hope - A report of Tea and Entertainment with names and recitations.

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Thursday 15th July 1926 Page 8 Col 5 :

CRUNWERE

Anniversary - A short report of Anniversary service.

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Thursday 16th September 1926 Page 5 Col 3 :

CRUNWERE

Birthday - Mr John Davies aged 94 on Wednesday. The Assistant Overseer for 60 years and keen wireless enthusiast.

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Thursday 04th October 1926 Page 3 Col 4

LANTEAGUE 

Zoar Baptist Chapel - A report on Harvest Thanksgiving. Congregational Church - A report on Harvest Festival.

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Thursday 11th November 1926 Page 3 Col 2 :

NARBERTH PETTY SESSIONS
CRUNWERE MAN'S GUN - A report on the conviction of William Henry James of Bevlin, Crunwere carrying a gun without licence - fined 10s.

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Thursday 18th November 1926 Page 8 Col 6 :

CRUNWERE

Obituary - Death at an advanced age of Martha Griffiths, Ivy Cottage, Crunwere.

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Thursday 25th November 1926 Page 8 Col 2 :

CRUNWERE

Funeral - A short report on the funeral of Martha Griffiths, Ivy Cottage, Llanteg, no village names noted.

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Weekly News for the Year 1927

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Thursday 03rd February 1927 :

LANTEAGUE 

Mothers Union - Advance notice of concert on 25th February.

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Thursday 10th February 1927 Page 5 Col 2 :

LANTEAGUE

Longstone and Lanteague - Report on service by Rev J.H. Phillips of Tiers Cross.

Band of hope - A report and advance notice for the 9th March.

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Thursday 17th February 1927 Front Page Col 2 :

CRUNWERE

Band of Hope - A report with list of recitations.

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Thursday 03rd March 1927 Page 7 Col 4 :

CRUNWERE

Concert - A report on the cocert given by Mothers Union with programme and Performers including Mrs Oriel who put on a sketch with villagers as cast members.

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Thursday 24th March 1927 :

LANTEAGUE 

Concert - A report of scared concert at Zoar Chapel with soloists,Mr & Mrs William of Longlane, and refreshments by Mrs Davies of Milton.

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Thursday 02nd June 1927 Page 3 Col 4 :

LOCAL WILL - Mr J.C.S. Glanville, Crunwere - Of Llanteg, Crunwere, died 22nd January 1926 will gross value 7398-00. Estate to wife and daughter Winifred Irene Glanville with remainder to Wilfred David Glanville, Harcourt Reginald Glanville, James Yorke Glanville and William Leslie Glanville, his sons. William & Harcourt to get one half that the other sons do.

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Thursday 02nd June 1927 Page 8 Col 6 :

CRUNWERE

Annual Tea - A report of Tea hosted by Band of Hope, presided over by Mr B.G. Evans, Pendilo Cottage (A founder of this Society). List of recitations.

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Thursday 09th June 1927 Page 3 Col 5 :

CRUNWERE

Parish Outing - A report on Outing to Amroth Castle includes Miss Williams of Llanteglos, Mrs Davies of Trenewyd, Mrs Hodge of Barriets & Mrs Williams of Crunwere Farm.

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Thursday 16th June 1927 Page 7 Col 4 :

Dispute over Marros Farm - Concerning William Ebsworth of Marros Farm, also named Austin Ebsworth.

(Note : Not sure if this family is not related to a family in Crunwere)

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Thursday 23rd June 1927 Page 8 Col 3 :

CRUNWERE

Lanteague Congregational Church - A report on the Anniversary service.

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Thursday 18th August 1927 Page 5 Col 6 :

AMROTH MAN'S ADVENTURE IN INDIA - A letter from Noel Jones, 2nd Batt, 16th Punjab Regt., to his father Mr B. Jones of Heatherland.

(Note : Heatherland sometimes shown as  Llanteg)

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Thursday 20th October 1927 :

LANTEAGUE

Harvest Festival - Short report on service held 12th October.

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Thursday 17th November 1927 Page 3 Col 6 :

LANTEAGUE

Band of Hope - A report with recitations.

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Thursday 24th November 1927 Page 5 Col 4 :

LONGSTONE AND LANTEAGUE SERVICES
Induction of Rev. Wm Jones , a report of services held on the Monday & Tuesday of the  previous week.

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Thursday 08th December 1927 Page 5 Col 5 :

CRUNWERE

Whist Drive - A report of drive run under Mr B. Jones of Heatherland. Other names & places names.

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Thursday 29th December 1927 Page 3 Col 4 :

CRUNWERE NIGGER MINSTREL CONCERT
A report of concert held on 16TH December with village names and artistes.

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Weekly News for the Year 1928

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Thursday 12th January 1928 Page 8 Col 6 :

CRUNWERE

Whist Drive - A report with prize winners and place names.

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Thursday 09th Febrruary 1928 Page 3 Col 4 :

CRUNWEREBand of Hope - A report, with recitations including Maggie Oriel.

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Thursday 08th March 1928 :

CRUNWERE

Band of Hope - A report,  with recitations including Maggie Oriel.

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Thursday 22nd March 1928 Page 3 Col 6 :

CRUNWERE

Obituary - of Mrs Mary Davies widow of late Mr William Davies of Blackheath aged 81 years. A number of names with relationships.

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Thursday 17th May 1928 Page 7 Col 4 :

CRUNWERE

Crunwere Church - Advance notice of forthcoming event. Motorcycle Accident - At Whitland to Mrs Davies, Milton a pillion on motorcycle driven by her son Robert, suffered concussion.

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Thursday 31st May 1928 Page 7 Col 2 :

CRUNWERE

Mothers Union Outing - Advance notice of trip on the 16th June to Llanstephan.

Temperance Meeting - Report on meeting of 23rd May with recitations.

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Thursday 21st June 1928

LANTEAGUE 

Village Outing - Short discussion on possible future event.

Anniversary - Congregational Chapel report.

Mothers Union - report on the trip of 16th June.

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Thursday 23rd August 1928

NO RENT TO PAY
Fortunate Nephew & Niece - a claim for possession of two rooms at "Oaklands", by Georginia Phillips against John Jones & his wife (plaintiffs niece).

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Thursday 13th September 1928 Page 4 Col 4 :

AUCTION NOTICE
LEDGERLAND Parish of Crunwere - Sale of stock and crops etc., by Mr Mortimer (retiring from farming).

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Thursday 11th October 1928 Page 8 Col 6 :

LANTEAGUE

Harvest Festival - Report on service at Congregational Chapel.

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Thursday 08th November 1928 Page 8 Col 5 :

CRUNWERE

Lecture - Advance notice of meeting 27th November.

Accident - Narrowly averted at Lanteague Cross between Rev R. Jackett and another non-described vehicle. Concern shown about the school and children.

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Thursday 29th November 1928 Front Page Col 5 :

CRUNWERE

Death - Mr John Davies aged 96 years of Greenacre. Born at Furzy Park. Buried at Crunwere Church.

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Weekly News for the Year 1929

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Thursday 10th January 1929 Page 8 Col 2

CRUNWERE

Genuine Butter - Mrs Glanville, East Llanteg, has received the following from Inspector D. Roderick of the County Weights & Measures Office Carmarthen - " Dear Mrs Glanville, - The sample of butter I took from you on the 14th December last has proved on analysis to be genuine butter - yours faithfully D. Roderick". (Note : Article in full)

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Thursday 10th January 1929 Page 8 Col 4 :

LANTEAGUE 

Zoar Baptist - Advance notice of meeting.

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Thursday 07th February 1929 Page 8 Col 2 :

CRUNWERE

Home Again - Captain Noel Jones, youngest son of Mr B. Jones, Heatherland, home on leave from India.

Forthcoming Concert - Advance notice of Concert.

Temperance Meeting - A report of meeting held 4th February with a number of village names.

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Thursday 7th March 1929 Page 3 Col 3 :

CRUNWERE

Concert - A report on the Concert held 28th February at the Congregational Church with programme of events.

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Thursday 21st March 1929 Page 8 Col 5 :

CRUNWERE

New Business - Friends of Mr G.H. Phillips, Crofty are interested to learn that he is opening a boot repairing business at Clynderwen and all wish him success,. An advert will be found in this issue)

(Note : Article in full - advert appears on Page 8 Col 4)

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Thursday 6th June 1929 Page 8 Col 6 :

LANTEAGUE 

Baptist Anniversary - Advance notice of meeting

Congregational Anniversary - Advance notice of meeting.

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Thursday 03rd October 1929 Page 7 Col 5 :

LANTEAGUE 

Harvest Thanksgiving - A report of service on 6th September with a few names.

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Thursday 17th October 1929 Page 3 Col 5 :

LANTEAGUE 

Mountain Chapel - Thanksgiving harvest festival report.

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Thursday 17th October 1929 Page 4 Col 5 :

AUCTION NOTICE
Cwms Head, Crunwere - Sale on behalf of Mrs Callan (retiring) to be sold at public auction on the 19th October.

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Thursday 24th October 1929 Page 3 Col 5 :

CRUNWERE

Harvest Thanksgiving - A report on Crunwere Church service on the 18th October.

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Weekly News for the Year 1930

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Thursday 2nd January 1930 Page 8 Col 6 :

CRUNWERE

Wedding - A report on the marriage of Mr Herbert Alfred Davies of Chapel Hill Farm, Templeton to Miss Alice Elizabeth Allen, Rose Cottage Crunwere, no guests listed.

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Thursday 16th January 1930 Page 6 Col 3 :

CRUNWERE

Pray Meeting - Report on united meeting of Zoar & Congregational chapels.

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Thursday 23rd January 1930 Page 4 Col 5 :

CRUNWERE  

Zoar Chapel - Advance notice.

Road Improvement - Requirements at Llanteague Cross.

United Services - United Zoar & Congregational meeting.

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Thursday 30 January 1930 Page 8 Col 2 :     

CRUNWERE

Local Churches - Report on Zoar and advance notice at Congregational Chapel.

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Thursday 06th February 1930 Page 5 Col 4 :

CRUNWERE

United Service - Advance notice.

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Thursday 27th February 1930 Page 8 Col 4 :

CRUNWERE

Personal - Rev T.W. Jones Rector of Lanteague & Longstone is indisposed. Wished a speedy recovery.

Social - A report of social held at the Congregational Church. A number of names listed.

Crunwere Concert - An Unqualified Success, a report on the Mothers Union event, with names under the chairman Mrs Grismond Williams of the G.F.S.

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Thursday 13th March 1930 Page 5 Col 5 :

CRUNWERE

Concert - Advance notice at Zoar Chapel.

Funeral - Of Mr William Reynolds of Belle Vue, died 2nd March 1930 and buried at Carvan Burial Ground by Rev J. Howell of Tiers Cross, formerly of Llanteague Congregational & Rev M. Morris officiated. Among those listed are Sarah Reynolds (wife), Ben & Thomas Reynolds (sons), Mr & Mrs Howell Reynolds (son & d-in-l), Mr & Mrs J. Mason (dau & s-in-l), Mrs May Oriel (daughter - Note: Probably should read Mary,(Mary Elizabeth Oriel nee' Reynolds)), Mr & Mrs D. Reynolds (son & d-in-l), Miss May, Eda, Maggie Oriel(Note : Sarah May, Margaret, & Martha Gwendoline Oriel), John & Fred Oriel(Note : William John & Alfred Benjamin), Lanteg & Mr & Mrs David Evans (daughter & s-in-l), Llandowor, along with other names.

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Thursday 20th March 1930 Page 8 Col 6 :

CRUNWERE

United Meeting - Report of joint meeting of Chapels.

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Thursday 03rd April 1930 Page 4 col 6 :

CRUNWERE

Successful Concert - At Zoar Chapel with a few names.

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Thursday 10th April 1930 Page 5 col 6 :

CRUNWERE

The Cuckoo - While Mr Frank James was going to church last Sunday morning he saw and heard the cuckoo which we think is one of the first of the season. Its just a reminder to us that spring is fast approaching.

(Note: Article in full)

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Thursday 24th March 1930 Page 4 Col 5 :

CRUNWERE

Mens Social Club - Meeting held on the 17th inst under Mr Grismond Williams President, discussion of trip to Barry on June 14th, Club only formed recently.

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Thursday 12th June 1930 Front Page Col 2 :

CRUNWERE

Anniversary - Advance notice at Congregational Church.

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Thursday 19th June 1930 Page 3 Col 2 :

Entrance Scholarship Exam - Included under Narberth County School are;
Grade II : Trevor Wolf, Crunwere , Laura Davies, Crunwere

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Thursday 19th June 1930 Page 8 Col 4 :

CRUNWERE

Zoar Chapel - Advance notice.

Anniversary Service. - A report.

Congregation Chapel - Report on Bazaar.

Personal - Rev Thomas Davies Pastor Zoar & Saundersfoot Baptist is improving.

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Thursday 03rd July 1930 Page 8 Col 4 :

CRUNWERE

Accident - Concerning Richard George of "The Downs" at Cross Hands.

United Services - Advance notice.

Outing - Report of parish outing to Amroth.

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Thursday 24th July 1930 Page 3 Col 2 :

Lanteague Presentation - To Mr G.W. Davies, Milton Farm, who married recently.

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Thursday 24th July 1930 Page 8 Col 5 :

CRUNWERE

Zoar Anniversary - Advance notice.

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Thursday 31st July 1930 Page 5 Col 4 :

CRUNWERE

Anniversary Service - A report.

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Thursday 07th August 1930 Page 3 Col 3 :

Minister's Resignation - Loss to Baptist churches - Rev Thomas Davies, Zoar, Lanteague & Saundersfoot resigns due to illness.

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Thursday 04th September 1930 Page 8 Col 2 :

CRUNWERE

Zoar Baptist - Report on Service.

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Thursday 11th September 1930 Page 8 Col 3 :

CRUNWERE

Sunday School Outing - Report on the outing of 16th August.

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Thursday 18th September 1930 Front Page Col 1 :

AUCTION NOTICE
Crunwere Farm, Situate between Llanteague and the Red Roses road, buses pass close to the sale, four miles from Whitland. (Note : Article in full)

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Thursday 25th September 1930 Page 8 Col 5 :

CRUNWERE

Local Churches - Advance notices.

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Thursday  02nd October 1930 Front Page Col 5 :

Car Accident at Narberth - Crunwere Motorist involved - A report on the accident involving W.B.Davies C.C. Trenewydd Farm accompanied by Mr Woolf in an Alvis and Mr Gwyn Nicholas Jones, London in a Humber at Commercial Cross, Narberth.

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Thursday 02nd October 1930 Page 7 Col 4 :

CRUNWERE

Harvest Festival - A report

Zoar Baptist - A report.

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Thursday 09th October 1930 Page 6 Col 6 :

CRUNWERE

Zoar Chapel - Advance notice.

Harvest Thanksgiving - A report.

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Thursday 23rd October 1930 Page 5 Col 4 :

CRUNWERE

Whist Drive - Organised by Mens Club, and forthcoming events.

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Thursday 30th October 1930 Page 8 Col 4 :

CRUNWERE

Zoar Chapel - Advance notice.

United Service - A report.

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Thursday 06th November 1930 Page 5 Col 2 :

CRUNWERE

Whist Drive - A report with names of prize winners.

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Thursday 13th November 1930 Page 7 Col 6 :

CRUNWERE

Zoar Chapel - Advance notice.

United Pray Meeting - Advance notice.

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Thursday 20th November 1930 Page 5 Col 3 :

Lanteague Mens Club - Advance notice.

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Thursday 27th November 1930 Front Page Col 5 :

CRUNWERE

Mens Club - Advance notice.

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Thursday 11th December 1930 Page 3 Col 5 :

CRUNWERE

Ministeral - Zoar Advance notice.

United Prayer Meeting - Advance notice.

Zoar Chapel - Advance notice.

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Thursday 18th December 1930 Page 5 Col 6 :

CRUNWERE

Mens Club - Advance notice and quotes on community hall maintenance.

Weekly News for the Year 1931

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Thursday 08th Jan 1931 Page 5 Col 6 :

CRUNWERE

United Service - Report on meeting.

School - Report on meeting.

Prayer Meeting - Held at Zoar Chapel.

Zoar Chapel - Advance notice of future service.

Mens Social Club - Report on Meeting.

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Thursday 15th January 1931 Front Page Col 6 :

CRUNWERE

Mens Club - Advance notice of meeting.

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Thursday 22nd January 1931 Page 8 Col 5 / 6 :

CRUNWERE

Pray Meeting - Advance notice.

United Services - Advance notice.

Mens Club - Hold a mock trial with mention of a number of village men.

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Thursday 29th January 1931 Page 4 Col 6 :

Crunwere Rector Weds, Interesting Event at Slebech - A report of the wedding of Rev R. Jackett, Rector of Crunwere to Miss Mildred Barnes of Slebech Vicarage.

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Thursday 29th January 1931 Page 5 Col 1 :

CRUNWERE

Mens Club - A report on a debate entitled "Should Bachelors be taxed".

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Thursday 19th February 1931 Page 8 Col 3 :

CRUNWERE

Mens Club - Advance notice.

Zoar Chapel - Advance notice.

United Services - Report & advance notice.

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Thursday 05th March 1931 Page 8 Col 3 :

CRUNWERE

Mens Club - Advance notice.

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Thursday 12th March 1931 Page 5 Col 2 :

CRUNWERE

United Services - Advance notice.

Concert - Advance notice.

United Pray Meeting - Advance notice.

Mens Club - Advance notice of trip by charabanc leaving village at 4pm to go to Tenby to see film, "Let us be Gay".

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Thursday 19th March 1931 Page 5 Col 6 :

CRUNWERE

Mens Club - Advance notice of debate "Should the Welsh Language be taught in all schools", only names are Mr Wolf, Cpt Grismond Williams & Mr J. Mortimer - chairman.

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Thursday 26th March 1931 Page 8 Col 5 :

CRUNWERE

Young Mens Club - report on the film trip to Tenby.

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Thursday 02nd April 1931 Page 7 Col 3 :

CRUNWERE

Concert - Report with programme and participants.

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Thursday 09th April 1931 Page 8 Col 6 :

CRUNWERE

Mens Club - Advance notice.

On Holidays - Shelia Wolf from Carmarthen & Eric Burbbridge returned from China.

Personal - Following recovering; Connie James, Bevlin, William Henry James, Bevlin, Yorke Glanville, West Llanteg, & Bob Phelps, Wilfred Davies, W. Collingwood, Arthur George & William James, Goitre.

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Thursday 16th April 1931 Page 5 Col 5 :

CRUNWERE

Mens social Club - Report including Treasurer Reggie Glanville resigning and Leslie Glanville appointed.

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Thursday 30th April 1931 Page 6 Col 1 :

Llanteague Musical Treat - Report on the Congregational Anniversary service.

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Thursday 16th July 1931 Page 8 Col 6 :

LLANTEAGUE 

Popular M.P.'s Visit - Rev. Gordon Lang M.P., at Zoar chapel.

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Thursday 30th July 1931 Page 5 Col 5 :

LLANTEAGUE 

Rev Gordon Lang's visit - A report including his lecture entitled "Parliment from within".

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Thursday 20th August 1931 Page 8 Col 4 :

CRUNWERE

Mens Club - Advance notice.

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Thursday 27th August 1931 Page 8 Col 2 :

CRUNWER

EMens Club - Report on the trip to Ilfracombe.

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Thursday 24th September 1931 Page 8 Col 6 :

CRUNWERE

Mens Club - Advance notice of meeting.

Harvest Festival - Advance notice of service at Zoar Chapel.

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Thursday 08th October 1931 Page 7 Col 1.

Funeral at Crunwere - The Late Mrs James - Death of Sarah James of Rual (Note: Rhuel) Wall Llanteague, and number of names and village  place names.

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Thursday 15th October 1931 Page 7 Col 1 :

CRUNWERE

Whist Drive - a report with a number of names.

Crunwere Church Affairs - Rectors and members responsibility - a  report on the meeting held Wednesday last (Note: 7th October) with names.

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Thursday 15th October 1931 Page 7 Col 1 :

CRUNWERE

Zoar Chapel - Advance notice.

(Note This item separate from above)

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Thursday 05th November 1931 Front Page Col 1 / 2 :

Found Hanging in Cowshed - Crunwere Framer's Cancer Fears

Trouble over False Teeth - Doctors observations - An inquest on Cecil Howell David James (Aged 45 yrs) Summerbrook Farm Crunwere.

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Thursday 05th November Page 8 Col 5 :

CRUNWERE

Whist Drive - Prize winners include; L. Davies, B. Hughes both ladies of Llanteg & R. Phelps, gentleman of Llanteg.

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Thursday 12th November 1931 Page 4 Col 5 :

Birth / Marriage / Deaths - Acknowledgements
Mr Ernest James & relatives, Summer Brook, Crunwere, desire through     this paper to thank all friends and neighbours for their great kindness,  help, letters of sympathy and floral tributes sent in their very sad  bereavement. (Note: Article in full).

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Thursday 12th November 1931 Page 5 Col 2 :

Large Funeral at Crunwere - The late Mr Cecil James - A report on the funeral with large number of local family names including Miss M.   Dollon, Blaenhafod, Crunwere.

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Thursday 10th December 1931 Page 5 Col 5 :

CRUNWERE

Death - Sudden death of Mr Joshua Allen at Cardiff Royal Infirmary, following accident with a lorry near his home in Cardiff, previously lived at Milton and was aged 72 years. Deceased had 2 brothers in Australia   and Mr John Allen of Rose Cottage. Burial will be at Cardiff.

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Thursday 17th December 1931 Page 5 Col 2 :

CRUNWERE

Mens Club - Advance notice

United Services - Advance notice of service at Zoar Chapel.

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Thursday 31st December 1931 Page 8 Col 6 :

CRUNWERE

Birth - A son on Christmas eve to Mr & Mrs Wilfred Davis Milton Farm.

Personal - Mrs Collingwood made recovery.

Holidays - Shelia Wolf & Wynford Phillips arrive on holiday after long absence.

Weekly News for the Year 1932

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Thursday 07th Jan 1932 Page 5 Col 3 :

CRUNWERE

Personal - Recovery from illness Mrs Grismond Williams of Llnanteglos.

Xmas Tree - Crunwere Mens club provide tree for children.

Wedding - A wedding of much local interest was solemnised by Rev R. Jackett at Crunwere Church on Thursday of last week. The contracting Parties where Mr Thomas Bevan (Note: Mr Thomas Melbourne Bevan) and Miss May Oriel (Note Miss Sarah May Oriel), Garness. The bride was given away by her Uncle Mr N. Walters.(As of August 2002, no connection has ever been established with the Walters Family - O.J.V.). The bridesmaid was Maggie Oriel (Note: Martha Gwendoline Oriel), (sister of the bride) and the best man Mr Harold Bevan (brother of bridegroom). The bride wore a beige dress with hat to match and the bridesmaid was dressed in Lido Blue. The reception was held at the brides home where 30 guests sat down to breakfast. Toasts for the future happiness of the bride & groom by the best man and the bridegroom suitable responded. The happy couple motored to their future home Cilcwm, Lampeter Velfrey. They were recipients of numerous and valuable presents. Their many friends at Crunwere and district join in wishing Mr & Mrs Bevan a happy future.

(Note - Wedding sub article in full)

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Thursday 14th January 1932 Page 7 Col's 4,5,6(part of) :

CRUNWERE

Congregational Church Meeting - A report.

United Services - Announce next meeting.

Temperance Meeting - Announce next meeting.

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Thursday 21st January 1932 Page 6 Col 6 :

CRUNWERE

Band of Hope - Meeting report

G.F.S. Concert - Performed by Crunwere branch members in the schoolroom ( G.F.S. = Girls Friendly Society).

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Thursday 28th January 1932 Page 6 Col 4 :

CRUNWERE HALL PACKED OUT - G.F.S. Fine Performance - People faint - report on last Saturdays concert.

CRUNWERE

Zoar Chapel - Meeting report.

Band of Hope - Meeting report.

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Thursday 18th Feb 1932 Page 8 Col 2 :

CRUNWERE

Baptist Chapel - Meeting report.

Band of Hope - Meeting report.

Whist Drive - Meeting with a few names.

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Thursday 03rd March 1932 Page 5 Col 4 :

CRUNWERE

Band of Hope - Meeting report with some names.

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Thursday 10th March 1932 Front Page Col 4 :

CRUNWERE

Personal - Report on the health of Vincent Davies, Rose Cottage, and Miss C. John Castle Ely Mill.

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Thursday 31st March 1932 Page 6 Col 5 :

CRUNWERE

Temperance Meeting - Report with names.

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Thursday 21st April 1932 Page 5 Col 4 :

CRUNWERE

Zoar Chapel - Meeting report.

Temperance Meeting - Report with list of those from village giving recitations.

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Thursday 28th April 1932 Col 3 Page 5 :

CRUNWERE FARMERS SUICIDE - Full column report on William Ernest James, Summerbrooke Farm, Crunwere. Evidence given by John Mortimer of Ledgerland, William & Mary Elizabeth Collingwood of Yorke House, Llanteague.

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Thursday 5th May 1932 Front Page Col 5 :

LLANTEAGUE 

Report of Motor Car accident at Llanteague Cross between Margaret Williams of Red Roses & Mr B. Davies of Swansea.

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Thursday 5th May 1932 Page 7 Col 4 :

CRUNWERE

Funeral report on funeral of W.E. James, with list of Mourners.

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Thursday 12th May 1932 Page 7 Col 6 :

CRUNWERE

Zoar chapel - Meeting report

Wedding - A report of wedding between Edith Davis & Mr T.D. Phillips of Crofty, Crunwere.

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Thursday 19th May 1932 Front Page Col 3 :

A LLANTEAGUE HOUSE - Order for possession at Narberth - Executors of the will of James Cox, Slader Glanville against Wm Hodge of Ivy Cottage, Llanteague.

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Thursday 19th May 1932 Front Page Col 3 :

LLANTEAGUE  Service of Song - Report.

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Thursday 14th July 1932 Page 8 Col 3 :

CRUNWERE FARMER'S WILL - Wm E. T. James left will gross 1309-4s-11d.

CRUNWERE

Church Anniversary - Zoar Chapel service.

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Thursday 25th August 1932 Page 5 Col 2 :

PROPERTY SALES - Crunwere farm sold - Great Griggs for 700-00.

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Thursday 15th September 1932 Page 4 Col 4 :

AUCTION NOTICE
The Moors, Crunwere - Sale on behalf of Alfred Williams (retiring) on the 26th September 1932.

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Thursday 13th October 1932 Page 7 Col 4 :

CRUNWERE

Harvest Festival - Zoar Chapel, a report.

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Thursday 10th November 1932 Page 8 Col 4 :

CRUNWERE

Whist Drive - Short report

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Thursday 08th December 1932 Page 3 Col 4 :

CRUNWERE

Temperance Meeting - Report with a number of village names.

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Thursday 15th December 1932 Page 8 Col 5 :

CRUNWERE

Whist Drive - Report with village names and place names.

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Thursday 22nd December 1932 Page 7 col 2 :

CRUNWERE

Band of HOPE - Report with recitations.

Weekly News for the Year 1933

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Thursday 11th May 1933     :       

Pretty Crunwere Wedding - On Saturday, the 6th inst., a very pretty wedding was solemnised at Crunwere Church, the contracting parties being Mr Thomas Wilkins, of Amroth, and Miss Gladys Mary Phillips, eldest daughter of Mrs and the late Mr T. Phillips, of Middleton Crunwere. Owing to the illness of the resident rector, the Rev. R Jackett, the ceremony was conducted by the Rev. W.F. Davies (Vicar of Amroth). The bridesmaid was Miss Milly Phillips (sister of the bride), the duties of the bestman being ably carried out by Mr Albert Wilkins (cousin of the bridegroom). The Bride, who was given away by her brother, Mr T. Phillips, was neatly attired in a brown crepe suede dress, with hat to match. On leaving the church the happy couple were showered with confetti by a host of well-wishers. The reception was held at the brides' home, where a goodly company assembled. Mr & Mrs Wilkins were the recipients of a large number of useful presents. Their numerous friends extend their best wishes for future happiness.

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Thursday June 15th 1933 :

The late Mrs E. Wolff - Crunwere. Article covering the funeral of Mrs Elizabeth Wolff, mother of Mr Wolff, headmaster of Crunwere School.

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Thursday September 28th 1933 :

Crunwere's place in the Centuries.- Valuable new history of Ancient Parish. A review of a booklet on a new historical survey of St Elidyr, Crunwere by Charles F. Sheperd A.L.A.

Weekly News for the Year 1937

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Thursday 6th January 1937 page 2 :

CRUNWERE  

School Christmas Tree & Party

(Note: Very few village names shown)

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Thursday 14th January 1937 page 3 :

LLANTEG

Variety Concert - Contains full programme and names of participants from the village.

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Thursday 21st January 1937 page 3 :

CRUNWERE  

Mothers Union - A report on tea and future events.

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Thursday 28th January 1937 page 8 :

LLANTEG

Band of Hope - Report of meeting at Chapel a number of village names mentioned.

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Thursday 4th February 1937 page 3 :

Concert Postponed - The influenza epidemic has begun to rage in the village. In some cases whole families have been stricken down whilst three-fourths of the schoolchildren are already effected. The Llanteg concert party has likewise not escaped, and so many of its members are "hors de combat", that the concert which was to have been given by them tomorrow (Friday) under the leadership of the Rector (Rev D. Morgan), himself a victim of the epidemic - has had to be postponed until Easter - The exact date will be announced later. It is to be earnestly hoped that all sufferers will experience a speedy and complete recovery.

(Note: Article in full)

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Thursday 10th April 1937 page 5 :

LLANTEG

Band of Hope - Report on the meeting at the Chapel.

Coronation Arrangements - A report on arrangements and refers to a field (Note: unnamed), owned by Yorke Glanville by Llanteg Cross, where the celebration will take place.

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Thursday 20th May 1937 Front Page :

LLANTEG'S MEMORABLE DAY: - Report on Sports Day with numerous village names

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Thursday 3rd June 1937 page 8 :

LLANTEG

Anniversary Service for the Chapel. A report.

Pastors Anniversary. A report.

Band of Hope Concert. A report with village names.

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Thursday 19th August 1937 page 7 :

LLANTEG MAN'S BRIDE:
A report with PHOTOGRAPH of the marriage of Brinley Davies of Coombs Head, Llanteg and Edith Hulin of Pendine.

 (Note : Full page column.)

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Thursday 26th August 1937 page 3 :

LLANTEG

Sports Winners - Hearty congratulations to the following upon their excellent performances at the Jefferyston and district  

Coronation Charity Sports - Mr Robert Davies winner of the first prize in the one mile open handicap cycle race, and also winner of the Silver Cup and first prize in the two miles open handicap cycle race: Mr Trevor Wolf winner of the first prize and Mr James Glanville winner of the third prize in the 1 mile novice cycle race (confined to Pembrokeshire. May further success attend the efforts of these three Llanteg boys in the future.

(Note Article in full)

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Thursday 26th August 1937 page 5 :

LLANTEG

Personal - Friends will regret to hear of the illness of Mr W. Ebsworth, Moors Farm and all wish him a speedy recovery.

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Thursday 02nd September 1937 page 8 :

LLANTEG FARMERS DEATH - Short biographical outline on Mr W. Ebsworth.

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Thursday 09th September 1937 Front Page :

LLANTEG OBITUARY - Mr W.J. Ebsworth, also containing a full report of those present at his funeral.

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Thursday 09th September 1937 page 8 :

LLANTEG Local Cyclists - A report on a race concerning Robert Davies

Sunday School - a report

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Thursday 23rd September 1937 page 5 :

LLANTEG

Harvest Thanksgiving Service - a short report.

Congregational Harvest Service - a short report.

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Thursday 30th September 1937 page 8 :

LLANTEG

Winter Meetings. A report

Extension of Crunwere Churchyard. Proposals

Wedding of William J. Isaacs - Elizabeth Harries. A report

Harvest Services. - A report

Funeral of James Price John. - A report

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Thursday 14th October 1937 Front Page :

CRUNWERE  

Harvest Festival.

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Thursday 14th October 1937 page 5 :

Consecration of Crunwere Churchyard.

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Thursday 25th November 1937 page 5 :

LLANTEG

Band of Hope - a report on the service and meeting with village names.

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Thursday 16th December 1937 page 5 :

LLANTEG

Concert - a report with some village names.

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Thursday 23rd December 1937 page 5 :

LLANTEG 

Christmas Day Service - a report on the service held.

Band of Hope - a report on the service and meeting.

Weekly News for the Year 1939

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Thursday 05th Jan 1939 page 2 :

LLANTEG 

Social Tea and Sale of Work - a report on the Mothers Union, no names or place names mentioned .

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Thursday 19th Jan 1939 page .. :

LLANTEG 

Concert Party Supper - a report of the supper held at Llanteg School, no names.

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Thursday 23rd February 1939 page 5 :

LLANTEG 

Variety Concert - A report on a concert held in the village with a      good selection of name and of the programme held.

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Thursday 23rd March 1939 page 8 :

LLANTEG

Band of Hope - Meeting report with some village names.

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Thursday 11th May 1939 page 8 :

LLANTEG 

Band of Hope - Brief report on meeting.

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Thursday 08th June 1939 page 5 :

Llanteague Church's Jubilee - A 2 full page column on the Jubilee of the Congregational Church, its history, Pastors and local members.

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Thursday 15th June 1939 page 3 :

Photograph, with caption of Congregational Church Llanteg.

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Thursday 15th June 1939 page 5 :

LLANTEG 

Jubilee Services. A report concluding the congregational Church Anniversary.

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Thursday 27th July 1939 page 5 :

PASSING OF MRS E. RAYMOND, LLANTEG.
One of the districts oldest Inhabitants. Gives many Village names with their village location, almost as good as a census.

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Thursday 07th September 1939 page 7 :

A.R.P. Wardens in the Rural Areas. Officials who will give information: (Only those shown at Llanteg noted)
W.J. Allen, Rose Cottage, Llanteg, Princess Gate Narberth. J.Y. Glanville, West Llanteg Narberth.
W.L. Glanville, East Llanteg Narberth. W.H. Jones, Beolin Llanteg, Princess Gate, Narberth .
J.S. Stephens Summer Park, Llanteg, Princess Gate, Narberth

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Thursday 28th September 1939 page 8 :

LLANTEG 

Christening, a report on the christening of Doreen Rosemary Thomas.

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Thursday 05th October 1939 Front Page :

LLANTEG 

Harvest Festival Report on the services held at the Congregational and Zior Chapels Llanteg.

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Thursday 05th October 1939 page 4 :

Births, Marriages, & Deaths - Acknowledgements
Mrs C. Allen and Family, Oxford, Crunwere wish to thank all kind friends for many kindnesses shown, for letters of condolence, and for floral tributes received in their recent bereavement.

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Thursday 05th October 1939 page 5 :

LATE MR C. ALLEN, LLANTEG.
Report on funeral of Mr Allen lists many villagers and family.

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Thursday 12th October 1939 Page 4 :

Births Marriages & Deaths - In Memory
In sweet and fragrant memory of Leslie Davies, Coombs Head, Llanteg who departed this life October 11th 1938. Ever remembered by mother brother and sisters. Who plucked this flower ? / 'I' said the master, / and the gardener was silent.

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Thursday 19th October 1939 Front Page :

LLANTEG FUNERAL TRIBUTES.
A report on the funeral of Mrs E. James of Broomy Lake, Llanteg. Among those shown are George and Mattie (Note: this is George and Martha Gwendoline Rosser nee' Oriel dau of Thos J. & Mary E. Oriel of Garness).

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Thursday 02nd November 1939 Page 4 :

Births Marriages & Deaths - Acknowledgements
Mr Alfred James & Family, Broomy Lake, Crunwere wish to express their sincere thanks to all kind friends who sent letters of sympathy, messages of condolence, beautiful floral tributes and cars(sic) in their recent sad bereavement.

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Thursday 02nd November 1939 Page 5 :

LLANTEG CHILDS DEATH
A report on the funeral of Amy Doreen Howells, 3 years of Woodreef House, interred Zoar Baptist Chapel.

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Thursday 14th December 1939 Page 4 :

LLANTEG 

Wedding - At the Congregational Church on Saturday Mr Alban Wesley Thomas, Penybont, Amroth was married to Miss Winifred James, Summerhill, Amroth.

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Thursday 21st December 1939 Page 8 :

LLANTEG 

Whist Drive - a report of the event with names of prizewinners.

Weekly News for the Year 1940

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Thursday 1st February 1940 : Page 7

Llanteg 

On furlough - Mr W. Davis son of Mr & Mrs W. Davis of Bryneli came home on short leave before proceeding overseas. The prayers and best wishes of all in the neighbourhood will follow him.

Whist Drive -  A last whist drive before the Lenten season was held in Crunwere school on Friday last and despite the atrocious weather and the fact that it followed so closely on the previous whist drive quite a number of people turned up. The prize winners were as follows; Gents - 1. Given by the Rector (gentleman's scarf) Mr E. Howells Water Goch; 2, given by Mr G. Mathias, Broomy Lake (50 cigarettes), Mr John Oriel(**), Rhyegwm, Whitland; mystery prize, given by Mrs Hughes, Mountain View (2 packets cigarettes), Mr Elwyn Davis, Bryneli. Ladies - 1, given by Mrs Allen Rhuel Wall (handbag), Miss Eileen Allen Rhuel Wall; 2, given by Miss Phillips, Oakland (1/2 doz fruit plates), Miss E. Lawrence, Treissey, Amroth; Mystery prize given by Mrs Ivor Phillips, Llanteg (Jug of chocolates), Miss Kate Morris, Three Wells; other prizes - cruet given by Mrs Morgan, The Rectory, Mr John Morgan, Goytre; Table cloth given by Miss Griffiths, Llanteg, Master Peter Morris, Whitland; Bottle of Sherry, given by Mrs Bruce, Mountain, Miss Griffiths, Llanteg, Box of Tea given by Mrs Bruce, The Mountain, Mrs Prout, Stepaside. Other prizes which were given by Miss M. Morris, Post Office, Llanteg and Miss Pattie Phillips, Croft-Ty (large box of chocolates and 50 cigarettes) were won by Mr Davis, Sparrows Nest, and Mr Brinley Hodge, Red Roses. The Refreshments Committee head by Mrs Davis, Garness Mill, and Miss Clarice Hodge, The Barrietts where assisted by many willing helpers. Unfortunately Mr Fred Allen, Rhuel Wall was unable to act as M.C., owing to influenza, but a most competent substitute was found in the person of Mr William Henry James, Bevlin Llanteg. So well did he fill the position that it is to be hoped his services may be secured for some future occasion. Thanks are also due to Mr George Mathias, Broomy Lake for carrying out the arduous duties of doorkeeper, to Mr Collingwood, York Cottage and to our friends of the Llanteg congregational Chapel for the loan of their tables and forms.

(Note  (**) : This must be Mr Wm John Oriel son of Thos J & Mary E. Oriel of Garness.)

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Thursday 15th February 1940 Page 8 :

LLANTEG 

Funeral of Mr W. Hodge of Begelly, native of Crunwere, held at Crunwere church with list of those attending.

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Thursday 21st March 1940 Page 8 :

LLANTEG 

Zoar Chapel & Congregational Chapel - Easter services.

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Thursday 25th April 1940 Page 3 :

CRUNWERE

Whilst Drive in aid of Local Comfort Fund lists winners & donors.

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Thursday 18th July 1940 Front Page :

Former Llanteg Farmers death in Hay Field - A report on the death of Mr John George William, whose son still farms at Crunwere Farm.

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Thursday 25th July 1940 Page 3 :

Tributes to former Llanteg farmer - with funeral report of Mr J. G. Williams

LLANTEG 

Anniversary Service - Held at Zoar Chapel.

A.R.P. lecture - Report of lecture held at Crunwere school.

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Thursday 8th August 1940 Page 4 :

BIRTHS / MARRIAGES / DEATHS
Acknowledgements - By Mrs Lewis & Family of Oaklands Llanteg.

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Thursday 8th August 1940 Page 4 :

LLANTEG 

Funeral - Report of funeral of Mr Evan T. Lewis with list of Mourners.

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Thursday 15th August 1940 Page 6 :

Additional list of floral tributes at funeral of Mr E. T. Lewis.

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Thursday 22nd August 1940

LLANTEG 

Flag Day - A report on money collected with donors.

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Thursday 3rd October 1940 Page 4 :

LLANTEG 

Harvest Festival - Forthcoming service at Zoar Chapel.

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Thursday 10th October 1940 Page 6 :

LLANTEG 

Harvest Festival - Report of service at Zoar Chapel.

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Thursday 31st October 1940 Page 5 :

Local Wedding - Report of wedding between Miss Clarice Hodge Barrietts Farm Llanteg & Mr J.B. Richards Woolston Farm St Clears at Crunwere Church on 19th October 1940.

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Thursday 21st November 1940 Page 3 :

LLANTEG 

Band of Hope - A report on the meeting.

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Thursday 28th November 1940 Page 4 :

LLANTEG 

Welcome Home - Report of welcome home meeting at the Schoolroom for Driver Hugh James son of Mr & Mrs James of Blackheath.

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Thursday 12th December 1940 Page 5 :

LLANTEG 

Band of Hope - Report on monthly meeting at Congregational Church. Lists people who contributed to collection of welcome home fund.

Weekly News for the Year 1941

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Thursday 16th January 1941 Page 2 Col 4:       

Pretty Wedding at Crunwere -  Mr Garfield Bowen of Tavernspite to Miss Iris Davies of Llanteg. Report of wedding and those in attendance.

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Thursday 16th January 1941 Page 2 Col 5 :

Crunwere Welcome Home - Pvte J Eyden of Syck Farm & Driver W. Davies of Bryely - A report on their homecoming.

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Thursday 23rd January 1941 Page 8 Col 5 :

LLANTEG 

United Band of Hope, a report of monthly meeting.

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Thursday 30th January 1941 Page 5 Col 5 :

LLANTEG 

Welcome Home report on Lieutenant Geoffrey Jones son of Councillor Benjamin Jones of Heatherland.

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Thursday 20th Febrauary 1941 Page 5 Col 1 :

LLANTEG 

Band of Hope monthly meeting with list of attendance.

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Thursday 20th February 1941 Page 5 Col 2 :

Popular Crunwere Wedding - Report of marriage between Mrs L.J. Hughes of Crofty to Mr T. Phillips of Pembroke.

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Thursday 27th February 1941 Page 5 Col 3 :

LLANTEG 

Whist Drive report with list of winners.

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Thursday 27th March 1941 Front Page Col 3 :

Crunwere Bereavement
Mr Benjamin H. Morris of Furzy Park, died Monday morning 10th March. Report on Service attendance & tributes.

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Thursday 1st May 1941 Page 5 Col 2 :

Crunwere Boy in South African Navy
News of Mr Trevor Wolff, eldest son of Mr T.L. Wolff, headmaster of Crunwere school, serving in South African Navy. This news comes as a surprise to his father.

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Thursday 8th May 1941 Page 6 Col 3 :

A young Pianist - Master Alun Davies son of Mr & Mrs Wilfred Davies Milton Farm passed examination.

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Thursday 15th May 1941 Page 5 Col 2 :

Crunwere's Oldest Inhabitant - Mrs Esther Hodge dies at 98 years on Saturday 3rd May of Barriets Farm Crunwere with list of Mourners.

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Thursday 22nd May 1941 Page 5 Col 1 :

CRUNWERE

Welcome Home - Driver Hugh James B.A. son of Mr & Mrs Howard James of Blackheath.

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Thursday 19th June 1941 Page 4 Col 5 :

CRUNWERE

Welcome Home - Mr Leslie Owen oldest son of Mr & Mrs Hugh Owen of Syke Farm, a report.

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Thursday 3rd July 1941 Page 3 Col 2 :

CRUNWERE

A Good Show - Report on concert held at Crunwere school.

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Thursday 3rd July 1941 Page 3 Col 5 :

LLANTEG 

Anniversary Service - a report.

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Thursday 24th July 1941 Page Col 3 :

LLANTEG 

Joined Up - Miss Donna Mortimer, daughter of Mr & Mrs John Mortimer of Summerbrook joins W.A.A.F. & Mr Desmond Wolff youngest son of Mr Wolff joins R.A.F.

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Thursday 14th August 1941 Page 6 Col 5 :

LLANTEG 

Left for the R.A.F. - Mr Arthur George Davies

Welcome Home - Pvte Billy Davies of Brynely, a report on festivities in the evening and collections.

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Thursday 21st August 1941 Page 5 Col 1 :

LLANTEG 

Church Service Announcement - Advance notice.

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Thursday 28th September 1941 Page 4 Col 5 :

LLANTEG 

On Leave - Sgt Leslie Owens of Syke Farm

W.A.A.F. Welcome - Miss Sheila Wolff daughter of Mr F.E.C. Wolff.

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Thursday 2nd October 1941 Page 7 Col 1 :

CRUNWERE

On Leave - Mr Jeffrey James eldest son of Sergt Frank James of Bevlin

Overseas - Sergeant Observer Leslie Owens terminated his embarkation leave to go overseas. (Note : Reference should be made to July 1942)

Joined Up - Mr Arthur George, The Downs, Llanteg into the R.A.F.

Welcome Home - Mr Desmond Wolff R.A.F. posted overseas, a report on the evenings programme.

####

Thursday 9th October 1941 Page 8 Col 5 :

LLANTEG 

Welcome home - Gunner Jeffrey James son of Sergt F. James of Bevlin report on the evening

Harvest Festival - A report of service at parish church.

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Thursday 23rd October 1941 Page 2 Col 4 :

CRUNWERE

Welcome Home - Miss Donna Mortimer - first appearance in uniform.

Welcome Home Concert - Vaughan Owen of Syke Farm.

First Aid Lecture - By Dr D. H. Pennant D.S.O. at Crunwere School.

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Thursday 30th October 1941 Page 6 Col 5 :

LLANTEG 

Welcome Home - Mr Grismind Williams late of Llanteglos.

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Thursday 6th November 1941 Page 7 Col 2 :

LLANTEG 

Joined Up - Mr Elwyn Davies of Bryneli - R.A.F.

Whist Drive - List of winners & donations

Home Guard - Lecture given in Schoolroom, a report.

####

Thursday 13th November 1941 Page 3 Col 4 :

LLANTEG 

Concert - Report with list of singers.

####

Thursday 13th November 1941 Page 8 Col 3 :

Music Success - Martin Alun Davies -  Milton - passed 2 exams.

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Thursday 20th November 1941 Page 7 Col 1 :

CRUNWERE

Funeral Tributes. Death of Mr John Howell Davies of Garness Mill passed away on Wednesday of last week at age 53. Moved to Garness Mill some 6 years ago. Among those mentioned are Melva Davis.

(Note : Daughter) & Mr T. Oriel(Note : Thomas James Oriel of Garness).

####

Thursday 24th December 1941 Page 8 Col 2 :

LLANTEG 

A Fine Gesture - Rev D. Morgan gives money to children to start War Savings Certificates.

Whist Drive - a report with list of winners.

Weekly News for the Year 1942

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Thursday 1st January 1942 Page 3 Col 2 :

LLANTEG 

Still in Hospital - Gunner Jeffery James R.A., son of Mr & Mrs F. James Bevlin.

A Good Cause - Llanteg Platoon of the Home Guard held a whist drive at Llanteglos in aid of Russian Red Cross.

####

Thursday 8th January 1942 Page 2 Col 4 :

CRUNWERE

School Children's Tea - A report with helpers names.

Welcome Home - Service personal including Gnr Arthur George R.A.F. & Miss Donna Mortimer W.A.A.F.  attend a concert.

####

Thursday 15th January 1942 Page 6 Col 2 :

LLANTEG 

Whist Drive - Run by Home Guard gives list of prize winners

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Thursday 29th January 1942 Page 2 Col 5 :

LLANTEG 

Another Recruit - On Thursday last Mr Archie Oriel, youngest son of Mr & Mrs Oriel "Garness" left to join the R.A.S.C.

Russian Red Cross Fund -A cheque for 22-0-9 from whist drive. List of donors including Mr F. Oriel.

####

Thursday 5th February 1942 Page 3 Col 1 :

News of the forces - Llanteg - Driver Billy Davies (R.A.) and A/C Elwyn Davies (R.A.F.) both sons of Mr & Mrs Davies, Bryneli on leave. Gnr James R.A. expects to be discharged from hospital within a few days.

####

Thursday 12th February 1942 Page 7 Col 3 :

Whist Drive - For Home Guard Comfort Fund list of winners and donors Welcome Home -  For Driver W. Davies R.A. "Billy" Davies, A/C Elwyn Davis. List of people attending.

####

Thursday 16th April 1942 Page 2 Col 3 :

LLANTEG 

Obituary - Mr Daniel Thomas of The Bungalow, Morfa Back, St Clears, resided for many years at Goitre Farm and late of Milton Back cottage. List of Mourners.

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Thursday 30th April 1942 Page 3 Col 5 :

LLANTEG 

Zoar church - Service.

Now Convalescing - A/C Arthur Georghe, The Downs and Gnr Jeffrey James, Bevlin.

Joined Up - Ronald Glanville, youngest son of Mr & Mrs Yorke Glanville, Llanteg West joins R.A.S.C.

####

Thursday 14th May 1942 Front Page Col 5 :

LLANTEG 

Music Success - Alun Davies, Milton Farm, passes Music exam.

####

Thursday 28th May 1942 Page 6 Col 5 :

LLANTEG 

Announcement - The death of Mrs M. Allen of "Oxford" Llanteg.

####

Thursday 4th June 1942 Page 6 Col 3 :

Llanteg Funeral - Late Mrs May Allen. List of Mourners & floral tributes.

####

Thursday 25th June 1942 Page 5 Col 3 :

News of the forces on Leave - Llanteg Elwyn Davies Brynely, Dvr Hugh James "Blackheath A/C Arthur George "The Downs".

####

Thursday 2nd July 1942 Page 7 Col 5 :

LLANTEG 

Alun Davies passes Theory of Music exam.

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Thursday 23rd July 1942 Page 7 Col 4 :

LLANTEG 

Successful Pupils - Olive Davies, youngest daughter of Mr & Mrs Davies, Trenewydd amongst others pass entrance exam to Narberth Cty School.

Reported Missing -  Sgt Observer Leslie Owen R.A.F., anxious parents await news.

(Note : Sgt Owen Died on Wednesday 8 July 1942. Son of Hugh Vaughan Owen and Rowena Lilian Owen, of Whitland, Carmarthenshire).

####

Thursday 30th July 1942 Page 8 Col 5 :

LLANTEG 

His First Leave - Pvte Ronald Glanville R.A.S.C. youngest son of Mr & Mrs Yorke Glanville.

Joining R.A.F. - Herbert James youngest son of Mr & Mrs Howard James "Blackheath".

####

Thursday 13th August 1942 Page 5 Col 4 :

Pretty Llanteg Wedding - Mr A. T. Scourfield of Martletwy & Miss Constance Mary Allen eldest daughter of the late Mr & Mrs C. Allen of "Oxford" Llanteg. Only a few village names.

####

Thursday 3rd September 1942 Page 3 Col 5 :

LLANTEG 

Welcome Home - Service personal including Pvte Archie Oriel (R.A.S.C.) son of Mr & Mrs Oriel Garness Farm & Miss Donna Mortimer.

####

Thursday 10th September 1942 Page 5 Col 5 :

News of the Forces - On Leave - Llanteg A/C Arthur George R.A.F., after recent operation. A/C Garfield Phelps R.A.F. 3 weeks sick leave.

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Thursday 17th September 1942 Page 5 Col 5 :

News of the Forces - On Leave - Llanteg - Major Jeffrey Jones Royal Tank Corps son of Mr Benjamin Jones of Heatherland.

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Thursday 17th September 1942 Page 7 Col 5 :

LLANTEG 

Discharged - Mr Garfield Phelps medically unfit.

Pupils Success - Amongst other Noel Davies of Brynelie Central Welsh Board Examination.

In Hospital - at Swansea, Mr Thomas Phillips of "Mountain View", removal of eye from injury 1914-18 war.

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Thursday 1st October 1942 Page 4 Col 5 :

LLANTEG 

Harvest Service - To be held in October.

####

Thursday 15th October 1942 Page 5 Col 5 :

LLANTEG 

Welcome Home - Pvte Ronnie Glanville - report of meeting.

####

Thursday 15th October 1942 Page 8 Col 4 :

Bishop's Praise for Crunwere Church - A report of the Bishop's address.

####

Thursday 19th November 1942 Page 5 Col 5 :

LLANTEG 

Welcome Home - L/Cpl Donna Mortimer (W.A.A.F.) of "Summers Brook". List of people attending.

####

Thursday 3rd December 1942 Page 8 Col 5 :

LLANTEG 

On Sick List - A/C Arthur George R.A.F. "The Downs" short leave before recuperating at a convalescent home.

####

Thursday 10th December 1942 Page 5 Col 3 :

LLANTEG 

Railway Man's Mishap - Return to work Mr George Hughes son of Mrs Phillips "Mountain View" recovered from burns to hands & arms received in course of duty on G.W.R. Whitland.

Whist Drive - List of prize winners & donors.

####

Thursday 10th December 1942 Page 5 Col 5 :

News of the Forces - On Leave - Llanteg - Archie Oriel 2 weeks embarkation leave.

####

Thursday 17th December 1942 Front Page Col 3 :

LLANTEG 

Announcement - Concert at Congregational Church

Whist Drive - List of winners & donors.

####

Thursday 31st December 1942 Page 5 Col 3 :

LLANTEG 

Special Service - At Crunwere Church, a report.

Music Success - Alun Davies passes Music Exam.

Concert - By St Clears Concert Party in Con. Chapel. Report, some names.

Welcome Home - A/C Arthur George, Driver Jeffery James R.A.

####

Thursday 31st December 1942 Page 5 Col 5 :

News of the Forces - On Leave - Llanteg Drivers Jeffery James & Ronnie Glanville.

Weekly News for the Year 1943

####

Thursday 14th January 1943 Page 5 Col 3 :

CRUNWERE

Crunwere School - Report on annual tea with list of local helpers.

####

Thursday 21st January 1943 Page 4 col 6 :

LLANTEG 

Whist Drive - Report with list of donors and winners.

Welcome Home - A/C Herbert James RAF, Blackheath, also lists local people.

####

Thursday 21st January 1943 Page 5 Col 6 :

News of the Forces - On Leave - Llanteg A/C Herbert James, Blackheath, A/C Norman Allen, RAF, Oxford, Dvr Ronnie Glanville RASC West Llanteg.

####

Thursday 4th February 1943 Page 3 Col 4 :

LLANTEG 

Whist Drive - Report with list of winners.

####

Thursday 4th March 1943 Page 6 Col 2 :

LLANTEG 

Illness - Mrs R. Griffiths, Ivy Cottage, serious

Joined the Navy - Mr John Mason married to Miss Eileen Allen daughter of Mr & Mrs Allen Rhuel Wall. He called 2 week later to join Royal Navy. (Note : Reference should be made to June 1944)

Late Mrs E. Harries - Eliza widow of Thomas Harries, "Marros Mill", Marros with list of mourners and floral tributes.

####

Thursday 11th March 1943 Front Page Col 4 :

Funeral of Miss Rebecca Griffiths Llanteg - List of Mourners & Floral tributes.

####

Thursday 11th March 1943 Page 5 Col 3 :

LLANTEG 

Whist Drive - Report with list of winners

Welcome Home - A/C Norman Allen.

####

Thursday 11th March 1943 Page 5 Col 5 :

Forces News - In North Africa - News of Dvr Archie Oriel (RASC), supplies personal news and observations.

####

Thursday 11th March 1943 Page 5 Col 6 :

News of the Forces - On Leave - Llanteg A/C Elwyn Davies, Bryneli, A/C Norman Allen, Section Officer Wolf W.A.A.F.

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Thursday 25th March 1943 Page 2 Col 3 :

LLANTEG 

Accident - Report on broken arm by teacher Glyn Own son of Mr & Mrs Hugh Owen of Syck

Crunwere Parish Church - List of those confirmed

Welcome Home - A/C Kenneth Beven "Brownslake".

####

Thursday 25th March 1943 Page 2 Col 3 :

News of the Forces - On Leave - Llanteg A/C Arthur George, The Downs.

####

Thursday 15th April 1943 Page 5 Col 4 :

LLANTEG 

Welcome Home - Dvr. Ronald Glanville & Gnr. Jeffrey James

####

Thursday 13th May 1943 Page 5 Col 6 :

LLANTEG 

Music Success - Alun Davies passes music exams.

####

Thursday 20th March 1943 Page 7 Col 2 :

LLANTEG 

G.W.R. Promotion - To the rank of Fireman, George Hughes "Mountain View".

Welcome Home - 2 Brothers Dvr Billy Davies & Dvr Elwyn Davies,  Billy recently married.

####

Thursday 27th May 1943 Page 3 Col 4 :

LLANTEG 

Back to Duty - Miss Ivy Allen & Norman Allen

Weekend Leave - John Mason(Rhuel) husband of Eileen Mason nee '  Allen.

British Sailors Society - funds raised by Miss M Herbert, Infant Teacher, with list of other local collectors.

A Splendid effort - Wings for Victory Target 1,400 - Final total 1,301-17-1.

Welcome Home - Prior to overseas Flight Mechanic Herbert James, lists those attending celebrations.

####

Thursday 10th June 1943 Page 3 Col 2 :

Wedding - At Carvan Chapel, Lampeter Velfrey between Miss Kitty George of Whitchurch and George Glanville of Llanteg.

####

Thursday 17th June 1943 Page 2 Col 6 :

News of the Forces - Joined U.S. Navy at 53 years of age -

Llanteg man who lived with Cannibals - Mr Wilfred Glanville's wife of Australia sent news to his mother Mrs Glanville, "Ashdale", that he had joined the U.S.Navy. Some years past he was in an exploring party to unknown island of New Guinea. Further lists his past exploits.

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Thursday 17th June 1943 Page 4 Col 6 :

LLANTEG 

New Arrival - Son to Mr & Mrs Trevor Scourfield, "Oxford".

Personal - Good recovery of Mr B. Jones, Heatherland, the local representative on Narberth Rural District Council.

####

Thursday 24th June 1943 Page 8 Col 3 :

LLANTEG 

Joint Meeting - Amroth, Narberth South Parish Councils & ratepayers of Crunwere & Ludchurch to nominate a successor.

####

Thursday 08th July 1943 Front Page Col 4 :

LLANTEG 

Birth - Son to Mr & Mrs John Mason "Rhuel Wall".

G.W.R. Promotion - George Hughes after promotion left for Hereford to take up new position.

Anniversary Service - Zoar chapel report.

####

Thursday 08th July 1943 Page 2 col 6 :

News of the Forces - On leave - Llanteg Dvr Jeffrey James Bevlin

####

Thursday 15th July 1943 Page 5 Col 6 :

News of the forces - On Leave - Llanteg Sergt Pilot D.L. Wolff on leave from Canada & Ronnie Glanville.

####

Thursday 15th July 1943 Page 6 Col 2 :

LLANTEG 

Accident - Report of accident with a colt suffered by Miss Katie Morris.

Welcome Home - Report of celebrations of Desmond Wolfe & Elwyn Davies.

####

Thursday 12th August 1943 Page 2 Col 6 :

LLANTEG 

Back to Duty - Donna Moritmer & Stoker John Mason.

On the Sick List - B. Jones "Heatherland".

Katie Morris - Making progress after her accident with the colt.

####

Thursday 02nd September 1943 Page 5 Col 6 :

News of the Forces - On Leave - Llanteg - Amourer Aircraftsman N. Allen.

####

Thursday 16th September 1943 Page 5 Col 4 :

LLANTEG 

Convalescent - recovering from seizures Mr B. Jones (Heatherland).

Welcome Home - A/C Norman Allen - A report.

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Thursday 23rd September 1943 Page 3 Col 2 :

LLANTEG 

Pupils success - A report on Doreen Phelps, Milton Back passes entrance exam.

Harvest Festival - Advance notice of service.

On the Sick List - Ex-Welsh guardsman Mr T. Phelps treatment to left eye.

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Thursday 14th October 1943 Page 3 Col 4 :

LLANTEG 

Forthcoming Festival - Announcement of Harvest Festival.

####

Thursday 21st  October 1943 Page 8 Col 6 :

LLANTEG 

Harvest Home - A report.

Zoar Chapel - A report.

Welcome Home - Ronald Glanville & Leading Aircraftman Kenneth Bevan - A celebration report.

####

Thursday 04th November 1943 Page 5 Col 2 :

LLANTEG 

Welcome Home - Dvr Billy Davies - A report.

####

Thursday 04th November 1943 Page 5 Col 6 :

News of the Forces - On Leave - Llanteg -  Jeffery James, Ronald Glanville, Arthur George and S. Wolf.

####

Thursday 18th November 1943 Page 6 Col 5 :

LLANTEG 

Whist Drive - A report with list of local people.

####

Thursday 09th December 1943 Page 6 Col 5,6 :

LLANTEG 

Whist Drive - a report in aid of Children's Christmas, with local names.

####

Thursday 23rd December 1943 Front Page Col 1 :

CRUNWERE

Whist Drive - A report in aid of Red Cross Fund with a list of local people.

####

Thursday 23rd December 1943 Page 7 Col 2 :

LLANTEG 

Welcome Home - Donna Mortimer - a report.

####

Thursday 30th December 1943 Page 6 Col 2 :

Wedding - A report on marriage of Mr R.I. Bevan, Brownslade Farm, Tavenspite, & Miss E. Davies, Tynewydd Farm, Llanteg.

####

Weekly News for the Year 1944

####

Thursday 06th January 1944 Page 5 Col 4 :

LLANTEG 

Whist Drive - Report in aid of Cottage Hospital, with local names. Hospital - A Report

Christmas Treat - Report of event held 31st December 1943.

####

Thursday 13th January 1944 Page 8 Col 6 :

LLANTEG 

Competition Winners - Report with winners list.

####

Thursday 20th January 1944 Page 4 Col 6 :

LLANTEG 

Promotion - Stoker John Mason R.N. to Stoker 1st Class.

Welcome Home - A report concerning Driver Geoffrey James.

####

Thursday 27th January 1944 Page 3 Col 1 :

CRUNWERE

Whist Drive - In aid of Welcome Home fund with mention of Mr John Oriel of Three Wells.

(Note : Mr William John Oriel).

####

Thursday 16th March 1944 Page 4 Col 1 :

LLANTEG 

Welcome Home - A report concerning Ronald Glanville.

####

Thursday 16th March 1944 Page 4 Col 6 :

News of the Forces - On Leave - Llanteg - S.W. Wolfe

####

Thursday 6th April 1944 Page 4 Col 5 :

CRUNWERE

Welcome Home - A/C Arthur George & A/C Norman Allen.

####

Thursday 6th April 1944 Page 6 Col 5 :

LLANTEG 

Death of Mrs M.J. Evans of Pendilo Cottage, Llanteg

####

Thursday 13th April 1944 Page 5 Col 4 :

LLANTEG 

Funeral Tributes for the late Mrs M. J. Evans with list of Local names.

####

Thursday 20th April 1944 Page 7 Col 3 :

LLANTEG 

In the W.A.A.F. - A report concerning Kathleen Wolf.

Salute the Soldiers - Home Guard Fund raising report.

Divine Service - Advance notice.

Welcome Home - A report concerning Vaughan Owen.

####

Thursday 11th May 1944 Page 6 Col 1 :

LLANTEG 

Appointment - Terry Phillips, Crofty Motor Section of United Dairy.

On the Sick List - Mrs Wilkins, appendicitis operation.

Eighteenth Operation - Mr T. Phillips.

Radio Officer - L.A.C.W. Donna Mortimer.

####

Thursday 11th May 1944 Page 8 Col 4 :

LLANTEG 

Late Mrs E. Willmot, Haverfordwest, native of Marros (aged 20 years), funeral at Zoar Church, with list of local people attending.

####

Thursday 25th May 1944 Page 5 Col 2 :

LLANTEG 

"Salute the Soldier" - Report on Home Guard fund for the Salute.

(Note : No mention found of the death of James Edgar John Mason of Llanteg, who was K.I.A. aboard H.M.L.B.O. 6, Royal Navy on the 14th June 1944.)

####

Thursday 15th June 1944 Page 8 Col 4 :

LLANTEG

To be Discharged - Mr Tom Phillips, 'Mountain View'.

Jumble Sale - Report of sale at Crunwere School.

####

Thursday 29th June 1944 Front Page Col 2 :

Death of Mr Ben Jones, Heatherland, Report with some village names.

####

Thursday 29th June 1944 Page 8 Col 6 :

LLANTEG 

Anniversary service - for Congregational Church, no village names.

####

Thursday 29th June 1944 Page 8 Col 6 :

LLANTEG 

Special Service - Anniversary service for Congregational Church.

####

Thursday 06th July 1944 Page 6 Col 2 :

LLANTEG 

Music Success - Alun Davis.

####

Thursday 13th July 1944 Page 5 Col 1 :

LLANTEG 

In Normandy - Driver Ronnie Glanville.

####

Thursday 20th July Page 3 Col 3 :

LLANTEG 

Visitor - Noel Davies, Bryneli, on holiday from work in London.

####

Thursday 27th July 1944 Page 8 Col 2 :

LLANTEG 

Visit of Noted Preacher - Emlyn Davies  at Zoar Church.

####

Thursday 03rd August 1944 Page 5 Col 6 :

News of the Forces - On Leave - Llanteg - Donna Mortimer.

####

Thursday 03rd August 1944 Page 8 Col 5 :

LLANTEG 

Sunday Service - Advance notice.

Anniversary Service - Report of Emlyn Davies, special preacher.

####

Thursday 31st August 1944 Page 3 Col 2 :

LLANTEG 

Cyclists Recovery - A report on Robert Davies the racing cyclist.

In France - Norman Allen reports in a letter and Ronnie Glanville.

Crunwere Parish Church - A report on out of parish assistant.

####

Thursday 14th September Front Page Col 3 :

LLANTEG 

On Leave - Noel Davies from London, George Hughes 'Mountain View' duty with G.W.R. at Hereford.

Engagement - Gunner Geoffrey James to Private Lilly Glover of Warwickshire.

####

Thursday 21st September 1944 Front Page Col 4 :

Lanteague Birth - Daughter to Mr & Mrs Mason, Ruyel Wall.

To College - Miss Margaret Morse, 'Haul' in Cardiff.

####

Thursday 12th October 1944 Page 2 Col 6 :

LLANTEG 

Harvest Festival - Crunwere Church, A report with no village names.

Welcome Home - Gunner Jeffrey James.

####

Thursday 12th October 1944 Page 8 Col 3 :

LLANTEG 

Harvest Thanksgiving - Congregational, report but no village names.

Whist Drive - Report with no village names.

####

Thursday 2nd November 1944 Page 5 Col 1 :

LLANTEG 

Harvest Service - Zoar chapel a report with a few names.

####

Thursday 9th November 1944 Page 8 Col 2 :

LLANTEG 

Holidays - Mr George Hughes, Mountain view from G.W.R. Hereford.

Left the Parish - Mrs Wishlade to reside with Mrs Howard James, Blackheath, retired to Brighton.

Music Success - Alun Davies, 8th Exam.

####

Thursday 16th November 1944 Page 3 Col 4 :

LLANTEG 

Welcome Home : L.A.C. Vaughan Owen, with some village names.

####

Thursday 16th November 1944 Page 5 Col 6 :

News on the Forces - On Leave - Llanteg, Donna Mortimer & Vaughan Owen R.A.F.

####

Thursday 23rd November 1944 Page 3 Col 1 :

LLANTEG 

Mothers Union - Tea and Social report with a few names.

Whist Drive - Report with a few names.

####

Thursday 14th December 1944 Page 6 Col 2 :

LLANTEG 

Back to Duty - Corporal Brinsden staying with wife the eldest daughter of Mr & Mrs Davies 'Stanwell Villa', Llanteg.

Advent Service - Crunwere Schoolroom A report with no names.

Whist Drive - A report with a few names.

####

Thursday 20th July Page 3 Col 3 :

LLANTEG 

Visitor - Noel Davies, Bryneli, on holiday from work in London.


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