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Covering much of Cardigan’s contribution to Welsh culture, this volume discusses the landscape, people, customs, and significant centers of religions worship that help to define the county’s rich and diverse history, as well as less-trodden aspects of Cardiganshire’s past like emigration, geographical difference, superstition, and : Cardiganshire is the most distinctive of Welsh counties—home of the historic kingdom of Ceredigion, several significant monastic sites, and the National Library of Wales.
Covering much of Cardigan’s contribution to Welsh culture, this volume discusses the landscape, people, customs, and significant centers of religions worship that help to define the county’s rich and diverse history, as.
The Premier Guide to Cardiganshire by Barrett, Trevor. Paperback. Very Good. The book Cardiganshire in Modern Times, Edited by Geraint H. Jenkins and Ieuan Gwynedd Jones is published by University of Wales Press. A study of Cardiganshire. ISBN: Some page browning. Wrapper is lightly edge-creased with some browning.
About this Item: Brawdy Books, Paperback. Condition: Very Good. The extensive research of Welsh archivist and historian Francis Jones supply the profiles of over historic properties in Cardiganshire in this reference work.
Many facets of this county's lively history - economic, political, cultural and social - are explored chronologically within this dynamic work. Cardiganshire: The Concise History synthesises a rich vein of scholarship and the author's own research into the county s history. The result is the first concise chronological history of Cardiganshire.
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Ceredigion (UK: / ˌ k ɛr ə ˈ d ɪ ɡ i ə n / KERR-ə-DIG-ee-ən, US: /-i ɒ n /-ee-on, Welsh: [kɛrɛˈdɪɡjɔn] ()) is a principal area of Wales, corresponding to the historic county of the second half of the first millennium Ceredigion was a minor kingdom.
It has been administered as a county since Welsh is spoken by more than half the population. Search United Kingdom Wales Cardiganshire Cardiganshire. Welcome to our Cardiganshire family history research page. Here you'll find record collections, history, and genealogy resources to help you trace your Cardiganshire ancestors.
About Cardiganshire, Wales, Anglican Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, This collection comprises indexes and images of Anglican parish registers containing records of baptisms, marriages and burials for the county of Cardiganshire, Wales.
Transactions of the Cardiganshire Antiquarian Society The Transactions were published in approximately 14 volumes between and The complete contents are being digitised by NLW as part of the JISC-funded ‘Welsh Periodicals Online’ project and should be available during Cardiganshire County History by Geraint H.
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Back. A Shell Guide Mid Western Wales Cardiganshire & Merioneth. Book Description. A really nice copy of the First Edition of Blue cloth in a complete, unfaded Dustwrapper npc £ net.
The Cardiganshire Corgi Handbook. Edited by Clifford L. Hubbard. By: Clifford L. Hubbard. Giving the Origin and History of the Breed, It's Show Career, It's Points and Breeding.
Printed by: Love & Malcomson LTD., London & Redhill. Research for the Shell Guide books of Wales and a love of the varied yet distinctive Welsh chapels also strengthened his familiarity with many remote parts of the country. In the region known as Cardiganshire became part of the district of Ceredigion in the larger county of Dyfed.
Get this from a library. Cardiganshire: a concise history. [Mike Benbough-Jackson] -- "This volume charts the past of the historic county of Cardiganshire from the last ice age to the end of the twentieth century when it was officially renamed Ceredigion. Throughout the volume. This sixth volume of the Buildings of Wales series covers two counties, Carmarthenshire and Ceredigion (formerly Cardiganshire) in the south-west of Wales.
Cardiganshire County Council was the local government authority for the county of Cardiganshire, Wales, between and It was superseded by Dyfed County Council. Overview. The administrative county of Cardigan and its local authority, the Cardiganshire. Ceredigion, (also Cardiganshire), is a parliamentary constituency represented in the House of Commons of the UK Parliament.
Created inthe franchise expanded in the late 19th century and on the enfranchisement of women. Its boundaries remained virtually unchanged until Historical Description. Cardiganshire, a maritime county of South Wales, bounded on the west by Cardigan Bay, on the north by Merionethshire, on the north-east by Montgomeryshire, on the east by the counties of Radnor and Brecon, on the south by Carmarthenshire and Pembrokeshire.
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Ceredigion County Council, mid Wales covers an area of square miles and has a population of aro Ceredigion – Journals of the Cardiganshire Antiquarian Society The Journals were published from up to present day.
The complete contents have been digitised by NLW as part of the JISC-funded ‘Welsh Periodicals Online’ project which were made available in The project has made the Ceredigion Journal digitally available up to Most registers of baptisms, marriages and burials for the parishes of the county of Cardiganshire are available at the Archives on microfilm.
The repository for parish records for the diocese of St. David's (which includes the Cardiganshire area) is the National Library of Wales, where the records are similarly available on film.
In these three volumes Iwan Wmffre presents a dictionary of s place-names in Cardiganshire. Although Wmfrre states that the work is not definitive, it does succeed in its aim to. In this volume, Kathryn J. Cooper examines the Victorian migration from rural to urban Britain by focusing on the population dispersal from the Welsh county of Cardiganshire (now Ceredigion) to the city centers of Glamorgan, Carmarthenshire, London, and the industrial cities of north-west England.
Examines this most distinctive of Welsh counties. The author discusses the landscape, people, customs and significant centres of religious worship in their historical context from the dark ages to the recent past.
He also discusses Cardiganshire’s past – emigration due to poverty, geographical differences between parts of the county, and sport. Independent Chapels of Wales: History Books and Pamphlets Cardiganshire. Anerchiadau a phregethau a draddodwyd Ebrill 6ed,yn nghyfarfodydd dathliad trydedd jiwbili cychwyniad yr achos, a chanmlwyddiant sefydliad y diweddar Ddr Phillips fel gweinidog yn Neuaddlwyd, (Llandysul, ), viii, 65tt.; David Russell Barnes: People of Seion: patterns of nonconformity in Cardiganshire.
Published by Welsh Gazette, 1st edition. Hardback. Very Good. Very good condition with no wrapper. A personal survey of some of its antiquities, chapels, churches, fonts, plate and registers. Limited to copies. Brown cloth spine, white boar.The third volume in the CARDIGANSHIRE COUNTY HISTORY series which has been prepared by the Cardiganshire Antiquarian Society.
It traces the main developments in the social history of the county from the eighteenth century to the present day, including agriculture, lead mining, shipping, tourism, the Welsh language, music and popular culture.Description This collection contains baptisms, marriages, and burials from parishes in Cardiganshire.
This collection was done in cooperation with FindMyPast, and a full version of the index can be found at How to Use this Collection».