Places, villages, farms etc within St Dogmaels parish as shown on the online parish map from the CD of Historic Parishes of England and Wales: an Electronic Map of Boundaries before 1850 with a Gazetteer and Metadata [computer file]. (Kain, R.J.P., Oliver, R.R.). (Extracted by Gareth Hicks)
- Cippin (1); Allt-y-goed; Cemmaes Head; Cippin; Coastguard Station; Esgyrn; Gernos; Granant; Lookout; Pant-tirion; Pen-garn-fawr; Penryn Castle; Pen-yr-Afr; Rock's Ho. ?; Tre-cwn
- Abbey (2); Clawdd-cam; Manian-fawr; PA Inst; Ty-hir
- Pant-y-groes (3); Abbey; Brynews; Burial Ground; Caerau; Castell; Ceibwr Bay; Colwyn; Cragiau; Cwm-conell; Cwm Tegwel; Foxhill; Hendre; Pant-Saeson; Pant-y-Groes; Penwern; Pwll-y-Granant; Rhos-y-moiled; St Dogmells; St Dogmells Rural; Tre-Rhys; Tre-widwal
- Bridgend (4); Afon Piliau; Bridgend; Cwm Tegwel; Glan-pwll-afon; Mill; Pant-y-grwndy; Parc-y-pratt; Pentood-isaf; Pentood-uchaf; Pen-waun; Plas-newydd; Tre-newydd
Various landscape photographs of the area and surrounds on the People's Collection Wales site
In the Western Mail April 2002:
Village to be made whole once more, 170 years on;
"170 years after it was first torn apart, St Dogmaels is to be made whole again. Traditionally belonging to Pembrokeshire, the village of St Dogmaels on the banks of the Teifi was split into two in 1832 when a chunk of it was taken out of Pembrokeshire and given to Cardiganshire. The National Assembly has now approved a Boundary Commission recommendation to unify the village within Pembrokeshire. Historically always part of Pembrokeshire- the river traditionally acted as the boundary marker between it and Cardiganshire-it was first divided up in 1832 for electoral reasons when a third of the village moved into Cardigan. Today there are 307 villagers living in the Cardigan section and 777 in Pembrokeshire. Villagers first asked to be reunified in 1885 and again in 1976 but were turned down. The Boundary Commission has also decided to swap over 2200 hectares of land around Clunderwen, presently in Carmarthenshire, into Pembrokeshire."
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