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Drefach - Felindre and Lower Teifi Valley References

 

SOURCES

Maps

Tithe Maps
Cenarth parish tithe map 1840
Cilgerran parish tithe map 1844
Conwil in Elvet parish tithe map 1840
Ferwig parish tithe map 1839
Henllan parish tithe map 1844
Llanfair Onllwyn parish tithe map 1844
Llandyfrïog parish tithe map 1844
Llandygwydd parish tithe map 1842
Llangeler parish tithe map 1839
Llangoedmor parish tithe map 1839
Llangynllo parish tithe map 1842
Llantwyd parish tithe map 1839
Llechryd hamlet tithe map 1841
Manordeifi parish tithe map 1842
Monington parish tithe map 1838
Penboyr parish tithe map 1840
St Dogmaels parish tithe map 1838
St Mary’s Cardigan parish tithe map 1846

Estate Maps
Carmarthenshire Record Office Cawdor 227, Maps of the Estate of James Lewis, 1768
Carmarthenshire Record Office c/v 5855 Newcastle Emlyn Estate – The Property of John Vaughan, 1778
Carmarthenshire Record Office General Map of the Newcastle Estate Belonging to Richard Vaughan, c.1785
National Library of Wales MS Vol 84 (PE 965) Plan of the Llangeler, Penboyr and Kilrhedin Inclosure, 1866
National Library of Wales Rev J C Davies Deposit, Map Book, 1793-1815
National Library of Wales C L E Morgan Richardson Deposit, Maps of the Noyadd Estate, 1816 and 1817
National Library of Wales Vol 7, Map Book, 1796-99
National Library of Wales Map 7616 134/1/19, Llwynduris, 1758

Printed Maps
Bowen, E, 1729 A Map of South Wales
Ordnance Survey 1:2500 First Edition maps for Cardiganshire, Carmarthenshire and Pembrokeshire,
c. 1880
Rees, W, 1932, ‘Map of South Wales and the Border in the XIVth century’

 

Documents


Unpublished
Ludlow, N, 1994, ‘Aberbanc – Henllan Bridge watermain scheme: archaeological watching brief’, unpublished report by Dyfed Archaeological Trust

Ludlow, N, 2000, ‘The Cadw Welsh Historic Churches Project: Carmarthenshire, Ceredigion and Pembrokeshire churches’, unpublished reports by Dyfed Archaeological Trust

Ludlow, N, 2002, ‘The Cadw Early Medieval Ecclesiastical Sites Project, Stage 1: Carmarthenshire, Ceredigion and Pembrokeshire’, unpublished reports by Dyfed Archaeological Trust

Ludlow, N, Wilson, H and Page, N, 2001, ‘Cambrian Mills, Drefach Felindre’, unpublished report by Dyfed Archaeological Trust

Murphy, K, 1999, ‘Upland Ceredigion Historic Landscape Characterisation’, Characterisation of the four landscapes on the Register of Landscapes of Outstanding Historic Interest in Wales’, unpublished report by Dyfed Archaeological Trust

Murphy, K, and Ludlow, N, 2000, ‘Carmarthenshire Historic Landscape Characterisation: Characterisation of the four landscapes on the Register of Landscapes of Outstanding Historic Interest in Wales’, unpublished report by Dyfed Archaeological Trust

Murphy, K, and Ludlow, N, 2001, ‘Characterisation of three landscapes on the Register of Landscapes of Outstanding Historic Interest in Wales: Preseli; St David’s Peninsula And Ramsey Island; and Skomer Island’, unpublished report by Dyfed Archaeological Trust

Murphy, K, and Ludlow, N, 2002, ‘Historic Landscape Characterisation: Characterisation of the Milford Haven Waterway’, unpublished report by Dyfed Archaeological Trust

Murphy, K, and Ludlow, N, 2003, ‘Historic Landscape Characterisation: Characterisation of four Pembrokeshire landscapes on the Register of Landscapes of Special Historic Interest in Wales: Pen Caer: Garn Fawr and Strumble Head; Newport and Carningli; Manorbier; and Stackpole Warren’, unpublished report by Dyfed Archaeological Trust

Ramsey, R and Ludlow, N, 1999, ‘Blaen Bowi, Cenarth: proposed windfarm site, archaeological assessment’, unpublished report by Dyfed Archaeological Trust

Sambrook, P, 1997 ‘Medieval or Later Deserted Rural Settlements: 1996-7 Pilot Study, an Interim Report’, unpublished report by Dyfed Archaeological Trust

Sambrook, P, 2000, ‘St Dogmaels Historic Audit’, unpublished report by Dyfed Archaeological Trust


Published

Anon., 1797, Letters describing a Tour through Part of South Wales by a Pedestrian Traveller, London

Anon., 1844, Report of the Commissioners of Inquiry for South Wales, London

Avent, R, 1994, ‘Castles of the Welsh Princes, Château Gaillard, 16, 78-112

Bradley, A G, 1903, Highways and Byways in South Wales, Swansea

Bewers, P, 1994, ‘Cardigan Island, Y Ferwig’, Archaeology in Wales 34, 3-6

Bowen, E G, 1939, ‘Economic and Social Life’, in J E Lloyd, A History of Carmarthenshire Volume II, From the Ac of Union (1536) to 1900, 265-406. Cardiff

Briggs, C S, 1994, ‘The Bronze Age’ in J L Davies and D P Kirby, Cardiganshire County History, 1: From the Earliest Times to the coming of the Normans, 124 -218, Cardiff

Brooke, E H, 1932, Monograph of Tinplate Works in Great Britain, Swansea

Cadw, 2001, Register of Landscapes of Special Historic Interest in Wales, Cardiff

Cadw, 2002, Carmarthenshire, Ceredigion and Pembrokeshire: Register of Landscapes, Parks and Gardens of Special Historic Interest in Wales: Part 1: Parks & Gardens, Cardiff

Cal. Patent Rolls, Elizabeth Vol. 2, 1560-1563, London 1948

Chapman, J, 1992, A Guide to Parliamentary Enclosures in Wales, University of Wales Press, Cardiff

Charles, B G, 1948, ‘The Second Book of George Owen’s Description of Penbrokeshire’, National Library of Wales Journal 5, 265-285

Charles, B G, 1992, The Place-names of Pembrokeshire, Aberystwyth

Craster, O E, 1957, Cilgerran Castle, London

Davies, J C (ed.), 1946, Episcopal Acts relating to the Welsh Dioceses 1066-1272, Vol. 1

Davies, J L and Hogg, A H A, 1994, ‘The Iron Age’ in J L Davies and D P Kirby, Cardiganshire County History, 1: From the Earliest Times to the coming of the Normans, 219-270, Cardiff

Davies, W (ed.), 1979, The Llandaff Charters, Aberystwyth

Dyfed Archaeological Trust, 1986, Archaeology in Dyfed, Carmarthen

Edwards, J G, 1956, ‘The Normans and the Welsh March, Proceedings of the British Academy, 42, 155-77

Fenton, R, 1811 A Historical Tour through Pembrokeshire, London

Gwili Railway, n.d., Guide to the Gwili Railway

Hilling, J B, 1975, The Historic Architecture of Wales, Cardiff

Hilling, J B, 1992, Cilgerran Castle/St Dogmaels Abbey, Cardiff

Houlder, C H, 1994, ‘The Stone Age’ in J L Davies and D P Kirby, Cardiganshire County History, 1: From the Earliest Times to the coming of the Normans, 107-123, Cardiff

Howell, D, 1987, ‘The Economy 1660-1793’, in D Howell, Pembrokeshire County History, 3: Early Modern Pembrokeshire, 1536-1815, 299-332, Haverfordwest

Howells, B, 1968, ‘The Distribution of Customary Acres in South Wales’, National Library of Wales Journal, 15, 226-33

Howells, B, 1971, ‘Open Fields and Farmsteads in Pembrokeshire’, The Pembrokeshire Historian, 3, 7-27, Haverfordwest

Howells, B (ed.), 1987, Pembrokeshire County History, 3: Early Modern Pembrokeshire, 1536-1815

Howells, B E and K A (eds.), 1977, The Extent of Cemaes, 1594, Haverfordwest

Jack, R I, 1981, ‘Fulling Mills in Wales and the March before 1547’, Archaeologia Cambrensis 130, 70-125

James, T, 1983, ‘Excavations at Woolworth’s, Cardigan, 1978’, Ceredigion 9, No.4, 336-342

James, T, 1992, ‘Air photography of ecclesiastical sites in south Wales’, in N Edwards and A Lane, The Early Church in Wales & West, 62-76, Oxford

James, T, and Simpson, D., 1980, Ancient West Wales from the Air, Carmarthen

Jenkins, J G, 1998, ‘Rural Industries in Cardiganshire’ in G H Jenkins and I G Jones, Cardiganshire County History, 3: Cardiganshire in Modern Times, 135-59, Cardiff

Jones, A, 1937, ‘The Estates of the Welsh Abbeys at the Dissolution’, Archaeologia Cambrensis 92, 269-286

Jones , D E, 1899, Hanes Plwyfi Llangeler a Phenboyr, Llandysul

Jones, E G, 1939, Exchequer Proceedings (Equity) concerning Wales, Cardiff

Jones, F, 1997, Historic Carmarthenshire Homes and their Families, Carmarthen

Jones, F, 1996, Historic Houses of Pembrokeshire and their Families, Newport

Jones, F, 2000, Historic Cardiganshire Homes and their Families, Newport

Jones, T, 1952, Brut y Tywysogyon, Peniarth MS 20, Cardiff

Jones, T, 1971, Brenhinedd y Saesson, Cardiff

King, D J C, 1988, Castellarium Anglicanum, New York

Lewis, A H T, 1971, ‘Carmarthenshire Highways of the Late Eighteenth Century: As Described by Contemporary Travellers’, The Carmarthenshire Antiquary, 7, 41-7

Lloyd, J E, 1935, A History of Carmarthenshire, Volume I, Cardiff

Lloyd, T, 1989, The Lost Houses of Wales

Lewis, S, 1833, A Topographical Dictionary of Wales 1 & 2, London

Ludlow, N, 2000, ‘Spiritual and Temporal: Church-building in medieval and later Carmarthenshire’, Carmarthenshire Antiquary 36, 71-86

Ludlow, N, 2003, ‘St Cristiolus’ Churchyard, Eglwyswrw, Pembrokeshire: a Post-Conquest Cist Cemetery’, Archaeologia Cambrensis 146, 20-48

Ludlow, N, forthcoming, ‘Whitland Abbey’, Archaeologia Cambrensis

Maynard, D, 1993, ‘Burnt Mounds in the St Dogmaels area of north Pembrokeshire’, Archaeology in Wales 33, 41-43

Meyrick, S R, 1810, The History and Antiquities of Cardiganshire, London.

Moore-Colyer, R J, 1998, ‘Agriculture and Land Occupation in Eighteenth- and Nineteenth-Century Cardiganshire’, in G H Jenkins and I G Jones, Cardiganshire County History, 3: Cardiganshire in Modern Times, xxxxxxxxxxx, Cardiff

Murphy, K, and O’Mahoney, C, 1985, ‘Excavation and Survey at Cardigan Castle’, Ceredigion 10, No. 2, 189-218

Owen, E, 1893 & 1894 ‘A Contribution to the History of the Praemonstratensian Abbey of Talley’, Archaeologia Cambrensis, 10 & 11, Fifth Series

Owen, H (ed.), 1894, The Description of Pembrokeshire by George Owen of Henllys, Lord of Kemes 1, London

Owen, H (ed.), 1897, The Description of Pembrokeshire by George Owen of Henllys, Lord of Kemes 2, London

Owen, H (ed.), 1914, Calendar of Pembrokeshire Records, 2, London

Parkinson, A J, 1994, ‘Why Study Chapels?’, Carmarthenshire Antiquary 30, 43-50

Parry, C, 1987, ‘Survey and Excavation at Newcastle Emlyn Castle’, Carmarthenshire Antiquary 23, 11-28

Price, M R C, 1984, The Whitland and Cardigan Railway, Oxford

Pritchard, E M, 1904, Cardigan Priory in the Olden Days, London

Pritchard, E M, 1907, The History of St Dogmael’s Abbey, London

Rawlins, B J, 1987, The Parish Churches and Nonconformist Chapels of Wales: Their Records and Where to Find Them, Salt Lake City

Rees, W, 1951, An Historical Atlas of Wales, London

Richard, A J, 1935, ‘Castles, Boroughs and Religious Houses’, in J E Lloyd, A History of Carmarthenshire Volume I, 269-371, Cardiff

Richards, A J, 1998, The Slate Quarries of Pembrokeshire, Llanwrst

Slater & Co., 1850 Royal, National and Commercial Directory and Topography of the Counties of...., London

Smith, L. T. (ed.), 1906 Leland’s Itinerary in Wales, 2.

Smith, P, 1988, Houses of the Welsh Countryside, London

Soulsby, I, 1983, The Towns of Medieval Wales, Chichester

Thorpe, L (ed.), 1978, Gerald of Wales: The Journey through Wales and the Description of Wales, Harmansworth

Walker, R F (ed.), 2002, Pembrokeshire County History, 2: Medieval Pembrokeshire, Haverfordwest

Weeks, R, 2002, The ‘Lost Market’ settlements of Pembrokeshire, Medieval Settlement Research Group, Annual Report 17, 21-30

Williams, D H, 1990, Atlas of Cistercian Lands in Wales, Cardiff

Willis-Bund, J W (ed.), 1902, The Black Book of St Davids, London


Databases

Cadw – database of Building of Special Architectural or Historic Interest
Regional Historic Environment Record housed with Dyfed Archaeological Trust

 

 

 

Project contact: Ken Murphy

 

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