Details of extant records on Archives Network Wales for the following;
- Lewis, Lewis, ('Awenfab o Wynfe') [of Carnau-gwynion, Gwynfe, Llangadog] papers 1732-1982 "Literary, family and business papers, 1732-1982, of Lewis Lewis ('Awenfab o Wynfe', 1837-1906), poet, of Gwynfe, Carmarthenshire, his son, Dr Ivor Lewis, St Asaph, and other members of his family........"
Davies, Colin Thomas. Disinherited: the Williams family of Blaenllynant and Maesiago. Dyfed Family History Journal 4 (1994), p. 376-8
Davies, Vaughan. Aberglasney and the Dyer family [of Llangadog and/or Llangathen]. Journal of Dyfed FHS Vol 7/2 Aug 2000.
Rawlins, José. David Jones, Pastor of Jerusalem, Gwynfe. Dyfed FHS Journal (Dec. 1997)
Trollope, Glynden. Dr John Rees RN, 1808-1878. Dyfed FHS journal vol 8/8 April 2005. A Crimean War connection. "John Rees was raised at Capel Ty Dist near Llangadog - in 1854 he was the Surgeon on board the Flag-ship 'Britannia' in the Black Sea........"
The CLATWORTHY Family of Glamorgan - (link is external)on John Ball's site. Photographs and details provided by Anna Brueton
James family of Brynamman (Neuadd estate), records - Detailed on Archives Network Wales
"Records of the James family, 1734-1978, including deeds relating to properties in Llangiwg, Swansea, Llanwonno and Cilybebyll, Glamorgan, and Llandeilo Fawr, Llangadog, Bettws and Llanelli, Carmarthenshire, 1734-1962; leases, mineral leases, wayleaves, assignments and rent papers relating to the above parishes, 1808-1951; sale, lease and tenancy agreements, 1825-1948; wills, settlements and trust deeds, 1816-1972; records relating to a court case concerning the trustees of the estate of John Williams James, 1874-1922; miscellaneous legal papers, 1909-1977; surveys and valuations, 1911-1956; James Estate accounts, 1861-1973; Inland Revenue correspondence, 1877-1976; stocks and shares, 1887-1951; solicitor's bills, 1874-1942; correspondence, relating mainly to trusts and properties, 1844-1978; sales particulars, 1895-1963; records relating to various business interests, 1851-1967, including Amman Anthracite Collieries Ltd, 1930-1934, Amman Iron Company Ltd, 1859-1920, Birch Rock Colliery, 1867-1881, Cwmteg Anthracite Colliery Co. Ltd, 1899-1915, Amalgamated Anthracite Collieries Ltd, 1931-1936, Blaen Cae Gurwen Collieries, 1895, Cwmnantmoel Colliery, 1930, 1949, Henderson's Welsh Anthracite Collieries, 1936, Llwyncelyn, Penthugwint and Port Colieries, 1851-1860, National Coal Board, 1967, and Noyadd Colliery, 1901-1902; printed material, 1895-1957; maps and plans, 1811-1965"