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Pigot & Co. South Wales directory for 1830

The information  below relating to Llangadock  was extracted  by Gareth Hicks with the kind permission of the publishers from the CD of the same title as the main heading. (Archive CD Books)

This is a selective extraction of facts that might interest genealogists and all personal and property names mentioned. Any general data such as referred to in Samuel Lewis's Topographical Dictionary1833 extract, see the main parish page, is not repeated here.


Post Office, Thomas Thomas, Post Master --- Letters from all parts arrive every evening at nine, and are despatched every morning at four.

Gentry and Clergy

  • Bishop, John Rice, esq; Dollgarreg
  • Bowen, Rev William; Llangadock
  • Davies, Rev Joshua; Llangadock
  • Foley, Admiral Sir Thomas GCB; Abermarlais park
  • French, Benjamin, esq; Danyrallt
  • Holford, John J, esq; Kilgwyn house
  • Lewis, Lewis, esq; Gwinfe house
  • Lewis, Mrs E; Gwinfe
  • Lloyd, Edwd. Pryse, esq; Glansevin
  • Lloyd, Mrs Cathrn; Mandinham villa
  • Morgan, Mrs Mary; Llangadock
  • Thomas, David, esq; Llangadock

Professional Persons

  • Griffiths, David; school master
  • Yeamans, Jos; surgeon & apothecary

Inns and Public Houses

  • Bell; David Williams
  • Black Lion; John Richards
  • Black Ox; Thomas Lewis
  • Butchers' Arms; David Lewis
  • Castle; Sarah Jones
  • King's Head; William Williams
  • Plough; Evan Jones
  • Red Lion; John Roderick
  • Royal Oak; Rees Williams
  • Sextons' Arms; Rebecca Lewis
  • Square & Compasses; Jno Rowland
  • Three Horse Shoes; Philip Thomas
  • White Bear; Benjamin Williams
  • White Hart; William Morgan
  • White Lion; Henry Jones

Shopkeepers & Traders

  • Alexander, Tabitha; dressmaker
  • Davies, Dvd; carpenter & wheelwrght
  • Davies, Isaac; hatter
  • Edwards, Edward; stone mason & builder
  • Evans, Henry; watch maker
  • Gray, Henry; carpenter
  • Griffiths & Evans; auctioneers
  • Jones, David; stone mason
  • Jones, Isaac; tailor
  • Jones, Morgan; saddler & baker
  • Jones, William; shoe maker
  • Lawrence, Thomas; cooper
  • Lewis, David; baker
  • Lewis, Thomas; shoe maker
  • Lewis, William; tailor
  • Stevens, George; painter & glazier
  • Thomas, Mary; baker
  • Thomas, Philip; blacksmith
  • Thomas, Thomas; grocer, draper & ironmonger
  • Thomas, William; stone mason & builder
  • Williams, David; maltster
  • Williams, Margaret; milliner and dress maker
  • Williams, Mary; grocer, draper and ironmonger
  • Williams, William; grocer & tallow chandler
  • Williams, William; saddler
  • Williams, Wm; flannel manufacturer