The Church and village of Aberporth. British Publishing Co., Gloucester, (1967) 24p. [BM X.0808/386]
Davies, John. 'Aberporth Chronicle' 2008 There is an index on Ceredigion Library
The book Mynegai i Ceredigion [Index to Ceredigion] 1-X, edited by Howells,W.H. 1990, has numerous references under the general heading "Aber-porth ": corn mill, emigration, Hen Gapel, herring industry, ivorites, methodism, nonconformity, offloading cargo on the open beach at, population figures 1801-51, population trend, schools (dissenting school in 1847; salary of a schoolmaster), shipbuilding, shipbuilding trade in the seventeenth century. There are also entries relating to Aber-porth Hoddni, Aber-porth Mutual Ship Insurance Society and Aber-porth Steamship Company Ltd. To take but one example, David Jenkins's 'Cardiff Tramps, Cardi Crews' (Ceredigion x, 405-429) has a sizeable section relating to shipowners from the parish and to the lives of local master mariners.
Galar gan er coffadwriaeth am un ar ddeg o bysgodwyr a foddodd ar gyffiniau Aberteifi pedwar o Landydoch a saith o Aberporth. [Grief in remembering the eleven fishermen who drowned in the vicinity of Aberteifi , four from Landydoch and seven from Aberporth] Publication: S.l. : s.n., Evan Jones : 1815
Jenkins, David ; Jones, Emrys ; Hughes-Jones, T ; Owen, Trefor M. Welsh Rural Communities.[Edited by Davies, Elwyn and Rees, Alwyn]. Cardiff, UWP, 1960.
Edited description of this book from Cardiganshire FHS Journal Vol 2~No 6, Oct 2000. " Four communities are described in this book, two of which are located within our area, namely Aberporth and Tregaron.David Jenkins's study of the South Cardiganshire coastal village of Aberporth illustrates the demographic changes during the period 1801-1931 and analyses the social structure of the village population including education and religion.Agriculture, and the strong connection with the sea and fishing were the main economic activities. Their lives of necessity were governed by the rhythm of the seasons......"
Meyrick, Sir Samuel Rush.(1783-1848) The History and Antiquities of the county of Cardigan. Collected from the few remaining documents which have escaped the ravages of time, as well as from actual observation. Longman: London ,1810. The history and antiquities of the County of Cardigan ... to which are now added a parliamentary history, list of High Sheriffs, some notes on the present county families, &c., &c. repr. Brecon: 1907. This 1907 print has now been reprinted. The brief section relating to this parish is on page 208; the last 2 incumbents of the church were the Rev Mr John Thomas and the Rev Mr Tho Thomas. Mentions Plas Aberporth, and Pennaryssa.