Ceredigion Historical Society

A – Index to Ceredigion I-X

An index to volumes 1-10 of the Journal of the Ceredigion Antiquarian Society

Edited by William H Howells

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Entries starting with ‘A’

  • Aber-arth
    • anghydffurfiaeth, iv:98
    • blacksmith, vi:100
    • carthenni, iv:214
    • corn mill, vi:197; ix:360
    • emigration
      • see Aber-arth: ymfudo
    • ffiniau iaith, ix:181
    • language boundaries
      • see Aber-arth: ffiniau iaith
    • nonconformity
      • see Aber-arth: anghydffurfiaeth
    • offloading cargo on the open beach at, vii:295
    • Pen y Bane cottages, viii:326-8
    • port for Strata Florida, i:30,37
    • school
      • British school
        • see Aber-arth : school: ysgol
          • Frutanaidd
    • ysgol Frutanaidd, iv:359
  • ymfudo,ii:67
  • Aber-banc
    • blacksmith, vi:100
    • bridge, viii:330,335
    • centenary celebration of Pont Afon Rhyd, iii:181
    • school
      • see Aber-banc: ysgol
    • woollen mills, vi:110
    • ysgol, vi:57,63,66
  • Aber Camddwr
    • beaker, ix:275
  • Aber-ffrwd
    • school
      • see Aber-ffrwd: ysgol
    • ysgol, iv:367,368
  • Aber-mad
    • in the seventeenth century, vi:158-9
    • value of estate (1873), v:19
  • Aber-mad mansion
    • road bridge at, viii:338
  • Aber-porth
    • anghydffurfiaeth, iv:96,97,99,108,l 10
    • corn mill, vi:97
    • emigration
      • see Aber-porth: ymfudo
    • Hen Gapel,x:418-19
    • herring industry, vi:121; ix:l 12-13
    • iforiaid, iii:28
    • ivorites
      • see Aber-porth: iforiaid
    • methodism
      • see Aber-porth : methodistiaeth gynnar
    • methodistiaeth gynnar, v:6,10,13
    • nonconformity
      • see Aber-porth: anghydffurfiaeth
    • offloading cargo on the open beach at, vii:295
    • population figures, 1801-51, vi:391
    • population trend, vii:259
    • schools
      • dissenting school in 1847, ii:139
      • salary of schoolmaster, ii:151
    • shipbuilding, ix:122
      • trade in the seventeenth century, iii:234
    • ymfudo, ii:167
  • Aber-porth Hoddni, iv:374
  • Aber-porth Mutual Ship Insurance Society, ix:125;x:412
  • Aber-porth Steamship Company Ltd., ix:125; x:415
  • Aberaeron, iv:119; ix:181,182,183
    • Aeron woollen mills, vi:lll,117
    • and the James family of Tyglyn Aeron iv, 196-7
    • architecture, vi:295-8
    • argraffu, viii:204
    • Bar, vi:203
    • bibliography, iv:299
    • blacksmiths, iv:224; vi:100
    • bridge, i:53-5; vi:292; ix:378-9
    • castle, iii:68
    • chapel-of-ease, iv:121
    • clwb cyfeillgar, iii:24comisiwn tir, iv:356,372
    • corn mill, vi:97
    • county hall, i:56; vi:288,290
    • court leet records, vi:286
    • craftsmen, vi:91
    • eisteddfod, 1864, v:364
    • emigration
      • see Aberaeron: ymfudo
    • exports, 18c, vi:202
    • fire brigade, ix:360
    • fishing fleet, i:58-9
    • friendly society
      • see Aberaeron : clwb cyfeillgar
    • harbour, vi:203-08,211; ix:377
    • Harbour Act, 1807, vi:201,203-05,207; vii:274
    • herring boats, vi:202
    • herring fishing, vi:121
    • herring trade, i:57-9
    • Holy Trinity Chapel, vi:292,293; viii:407; ix:168;x:86,88
    • hospital, vi:293
    • iforiaid, iii:28
    • imports, 17c, vi:201
    • ivorites
      • see Aberaeron: iforiaid
    • labourers’ diet,1837, x:42
    • limekilns, vi:203,209,289
    • map, ii:262
    • mill and forge, v:121
    • neuadd y dre, v:368
    • Peniel chapel, v:368; vi:293
    • Petty Sessions, vi:288
    • pier, i:61; v:367-8; vi:203-07
    • planning of, viii:404-07
    • poblogaeth, v:369
    • population
      • see Aberaeron: poblogaeth
    • port and harbour, i:57-62
    • public free library, vi:290
    • salt imports, vii:273
    • schools, i:62, x:369
      • British school, ii:155; iv:358,367,372
      • Commercial and Navigation school, vi:224
      • Girls’ school, ii:152
      • Grammar school, ix:199
      • Intermediate school, viii:53-60,62
      • National school, vi:293; x:94
      • National schoolhouse
        • see Aberaeron: schools: Ysgoldy
        • Cenedlaethol
      • secondary school
        • see Aberaeron: schools: ysgol uwchradd
      • Ysgol Glan y Môr, vi:288, 292
      • ysgol uwchradd, ix:181
      • Ysgoldy Cenedlaethol, v:369
    • shipbuilding, vi:217-22; viii:305
    • stocks, vi:290
    • streets
      • see Aberaeron: strydoedd
    • strydoedd, v:369
    • Tabernacl CM. chapel, iv:116; v:368; vi:293
    • trading records, vii:273
    • Trinity chapel, x:86
    • turnpike gate, ii:106; vi:28
    • warehouses, i:56
    • Wesleyan chapel, vii:293
    • woollen mills, vi:lll,117
    • workhouse, v:369; vi:293; viii:251-2,255,274
    • ymfudo, ii:167
      • see also Aberayron
  • Aberaeron and Bristol Navigation Company, vi:210
  • Aberaeron Benefit Society, vi:288
  • Aberaeron billhook, iv:213; vi:90,103
  • Aberaeron Club, ix:383-4; x:45
  • Aberaeron Ganol, i:56; vi:290; ix:382
  • Aberaeron Isaf (small holding), i:56
  • Aberaeron Isaf (straw thatched house), vi:289; ix:382
  • Aberaeron Monumental Works, viii:352
  • Aberaeron Mutual Protection Club, iv:169
  • Aberaeron Rural District Council, iv:280
  • Aberaeron shovel, v:121; vi:103
  • Aberaeron Steam Navigation Company
    • see Aberayron Steam Navigation Company
  • Aberaeron Steam Packet Company, vi:210, 212-14
  • Aberaeron Ucha, inn, tavern and brewery, ix:382
  • Aberaeron Uchaf, i:54,56-7; vi:289,290
  • Aberaeron Union, viii:246-9,251-2,263,274
  • Aberaeron Urban District Council, iv:280
  • Aberaith, x:82
  • Aberarth
    • see Aber-arth
  • Aberayron Deep Sea Fishing Company, vi:215, 218
  • Aberayron Mutual Ship Insurance Society Ltd., vi:228
  • Aberayron Steam Navigation Company, ii:99; vi:210-12
  • Aberbedw
    • bridge, viii:338
  • Aberbodcoll
    • road bridge at, viii:351
  • Aberbodcoll mill
    • bridge at, viii:348
  • Abercerdin, Llandysul, vi:110
    • footbridge, i:129,138
  • Abercwmbrwyno, Melindwr, ix:333
  • Aberdare Report, ix:193-226
  • Aberdare, Lord, first President of U.C.W., viii:390; ix:193-4,201,212
  • Aberdwylan, viii:370
  • Aberdyfnant, Penbryn, viii:154
  • Abereinon castle
    • see Cilgraig, castle
  • Aberffrwd
    • see Aber-ffrwd
  • Aberffrwd, farm, x:99
  • Aberglasney, number of hearths, 1670, iv:13
  • Aberglasney estate, vi:191
  • Aberkerry, Brongwyn, viii:86
  • Aberkerry mill, viii:86
  • Aberllolwynvii:16
  • Abermad
    • see Aber-mad
  • Abermagwr
    • blacksmith, iv:227; vi:99
  • Abermarlais, iv:15
  • Abermeilir, vi:285
  • Abermeurig
    • blacksmith, vi:100
    • independent chapel, vii:8
    • methodist chapel, iv:126
  • Abernantbychan (Plas Glynarthen/Plas-y-glyn) vi:152,345; viii:376
    • Lewes family, vi:150-67
  • Aberpeithnant, Melindwr, ix:333
  • Aberrheidol castle, iii:53,115
  • Abersylltyn, viii:86
    • road bridge, viii:345
  • Aberteifi
    • see Cardigan
  • Aberystwyth, iv: 119
    • abolition of borough seat, v:313
    • archaeology, vi:438
    • argraffu, viii:204
    • assembly rooms
      • see Assembly Rooms
    • baptists, vii:121-2
    • Bethel baptist chapel
      • and the census of religious worship, iv:116,124
      • gravestone of Ellis’s Eagle Foundry, viii:342
    • bibliography, iv:299-301
    • blacksmith, vi:100
    • board of guardians, ix:79,87-94
    • borough council, iv:280
    • borough election 1741, vi:128-9
    • bridge, iv:20; vii:165
    • calvinistic methodists, vii:121
    • castle, iii:51, 52-3, 114-17, 284, 285, 286, 297,324; v:160; vii:163
    • castle, near Llanfarian, i:40
      • see also Tan-y-castell, Aberystwyth
    • censuses, ix: 257-9
    • cerddoriaeth, vi:306
    • chamber of trade, v:318; ix:151
    • charters, iii:319
    • cliff railway
      • see Cliff railway
    • clybiau cyfeillgar, iii:25
    • commons, iv:20-l
    • compared with Lampeter in the 14c, iv:139,140
    • Co-operative society, ix:152,155
    • corn mills, vi:98
    • court leet, viii:103
    • craftsmen, vi:92
    • crynwyr, iv:112
    • customs house, iii:289-91, x:127,367
    • drama, vii:230,231
    • ducking stool, iii:294
    • education, ii:3-l 7,66-84
    • Education report, 1847, ii:72-3,138,147,152
    • eisteddfod genedlaethol (1865), v:361,371,376; vi:87
    • eisteddfod genedlaethol (1915), viii:34
    • elections(18c),v:402-03,405,406,407,408,412,415,417,418,420,421
    • electric power, viii:6
    • emigration
      • see Aberystwyth: ymfudo
    • fairs, x:37
      • early 20c, iv:219
      • hiring, ix:153
      • horse, v:129
      • mediaeval, iii:321-2,323
    • floods, vi:326
    • friendly societies
      • see Aberystwyth: clybiau cyfeillgar
    • fulling mill, vi:108
    • further education, ii:12-13
    • gaol
      • see Aberystwyth: house of correction
    • gas works, Mill Street, viii:342
    • geology, vi:324-31
    • grist mill, iii:294-5
    • guildhall, iii:298
    • harbour, iv:283-9; vi:325,326,328; x:367
    • herring boats, vi:202
    • herring fishing, iii:332; vi:121,122
    • holidays at, x:269-86
    • Holy Trinity church, ii:66
    • hospital services, v:168-208
    • house of correction, iii:293-4; vi:14,15,18,24; x:359
    • independent chapel (Eng.), v:28
    • independents, iv:121; vii:121
    • iforiaid: Ceredig, iii:28
    • ivorites
      • see Aberystwyth: iforiaid
    • labourers’ diet, 1837, x:42
    • lead smelting, iii:295-6
    • lighting, iv:33
    • limekilns, iii:295
    • Liverpool evacuees, x:166
    • London and Manchester House, x:26
    • maps, ii:263-5
    • markets, iii:288-9,296; ix:182-3; x:38,44
      • corn, iii:296; vii:238
      • pig, iii:296
        • see also Aberystwyth Corn and General Market Co.
    • May Queen Festival, x:164-5
    • militia, x:370
    • mill, iii:330
    • mint, i:185-6,188;iii:285
    • music
      • see Aberystwyth: cerddoriaeth
    • name, iii:284
    • national eisteddfod
      • see Aberystwyth : eisteddfod genedlaethol
    • paving, iv:33
    • pier, iii:289; x:360
    • Plascrug swimming pool, x:345
    • political nonconformity, growth of, iii:127-8
    • poor house, vi:16
    • poor law union, ix:78-101
    • population
      • 1841, ix:135-49
      • increase 1871-1921, v:318
      • increase 1911-21, v:331
      • trend 16c-18c, vii:259
    • port, iii:326; vi:328; x:408
    • printing
      • see Aberystwyth : argraffu
    • public library, iii:161-80
    • quakers
      • see Aberystwyth: crynwyr
    • quarry, iii:292
    • Queen Street Welsh church, iv:126,127
    • railway, vii:232,235
      • involvement of H. Houghton and the Duke of Newcastle, vii:223
      • station : floods, 1886, iv:372
    • riot, 1794-5, iv:267
    • Roman Catholic chapel, vii:231-2
    • rope making, iii:295
    • Royal Welsh Show, 1957, x:174,175-6
    • St. Mary’s church, ii:66; vi:329,415,416
      • consecrated by Bishop Connop Thirlwall, vii:147
    • St. Michael’s church, iv:24,32; x:4
      • and the census of religious worship,1851, iv:116,119,120
      • as chapel-of-ease to Llanbadarn, i:66
      • first, ii:66; vi:416
      • organ fund, 1892, viii:9
      • schoolhouse, vi:416
      • second, ii:66; vi:417-18; vii:99,114,117-28
      • third, ii:66; vi:419
      • vestry, vi:419
    • St. Paul’s Wesley Band of Hope, vii:240
    • sand bar, iii:289-91
    • savings bank, iv:19
    • school board, ii:3-17, iii:208,210,212,214
    • schools, ii:138,147,152
      • Alexandra Road Primary school, x:171
      • Ardwyn school, vii:356; viii:57; ix:199, 200; x:164,173
      • board school, ii:5-6,9-16; iv:358
      • British school, ii:74-5,139,151
      • British schoolroom, v:28
      • Caerleon House school for young ladies, ix:199-200
      • Calvinistic Methodist school
        • see Aberystwyth : schools: ysgol y Methodistiaid Calfinaidd
      • Church infant school, ii:140
      • Church schools
        • see Aberystwyth : schools: National schools
      • Commercial and grammar school, viii:59; ix:199
      • Dinas Secondary school, x:171,173,329
      • drawing school, ix:199
      • elementary school
        • see Aberystwyth : schools : ysgol elfennol
      • Girls’ Grammar school, x:167
      • grammar school, ii:68-9; ix:199
      • High school, ix:199
      • intermediate school, ii:16; viii:54,56,58,67
      • maritime education, vii:296
      • mathematical and commercial school,viii:52
        • see also Evans, John, Aberystwyth, schoolmaster
      • Miss Keeling’s school, ii:5
      • Mrs. Williams’s dame school, ii:151
      • Mrs. Woollatts’s school, ii:5
      • National schools, ii:4,5,70-82,143,150;iv:19,47; vi:49; vii:105
      • Old Bank school, viii:58
      • private schools, ii:94,150; viii:52
      • Sabbath schools, ii:141
      • Tanycae school, ii:5
      • Wesleyan school, ii:94,139,151,155; vi:78
      • ysgol elfennol, vi:58
      • ysgol y Methodistiaid Calfinaidd, vi:78
      • ysgoldy, ii:68-9,71; vi:49
    • sea cadet corps, iv:283
    • Seilo chapel, ii:93; vi:305
    • shipbuilding, iii:295
    • shire court, iii:285
    • stocks, iii:294
    • storms, iv:372; vi:329-30
    • Tabernacle, x:256
      • and the census of religious worship,iv:124,126
      • chapel choir, iii:342; vii:240; viii:5
      • decision to build Seilo, ii:93
      • rebuilding, iv:27
    • tannery, iii:296; vi:93
    • taxidermist, iv:240
    • Temperance Society, ii:92
    • Theatre, x:361
    • theatres, vii:231
    • town band, viii:3
    • town clock, iii:298; v:176
    • town commons, iii:297
    • town gates, iii:297
    • town hall
      • used as a theatre, vii:231
    • town walls, ii:276; iii:297; iv:19
    • trade, iii:288-9,323-5,326-7
    • turnpike road, x:127
    • Unitarians, vii:122
    • University College of Wales
      • see University College of Wales, Aberystwyth
    • vestry, vi: 9,10,11
    • visit of Asquith, v:332,334,336
    • visit of Mrs. Pankhurst, viii:ll
    • visitors, iv:31
    • water supply, iv:33
    • wesleyan methodists, iv:126; vii:122
    • windmill, iii:299
    • workhouse, v:170-2; viii:252-3,262,267,268,274
    • ymfudo, ii:l 67,227-9
  • Aberystwyth Amateur Band, ii:6
  • Aberystwyth and Cardigan Bay Steam Packet Co., ii:99
  • Aberystwyth and Cardiganshire General Hospital, v:182-3
  • Aberystwyth and District Swimming Club, x:345
  • Aberystwyth Archaeological Society, iii:97; v:434-8
  • Aberystwyth area
    • botanical records, i:80-4,87,93
  • Aberystwyth Auxiliary Bible Society, x:368
  • Aberystwyth Board of Guardians, x:37
  • Aberystwyth Church Rebuilding Fund, vi:416
  • Aberystwyth Corn and General Market Co., iii:165-6
  • Aberystwyth Cycling Club, v:202
  • Aberystwyth District Education Committee, ii:16
  • Aberystwyth District Visiting Society, v:175
  • Aberystwyth Football Club, vii:240
  • Aberystwyth Footpaths Association, viii:408
  • Aberystwyth Foundry, viii:330,336
  • Aberystwyth Guide, 1816, x:257,259,264,357,365,368
  • Aberystwyth Improvement Company, viii:408,409,410-12
  • Aberystwyth Infirmary, ix:144
  • Aberystwyth Infirmary and Cardiganshire General Hospital
    • Y Crynfryn 1838-88, v:173-7,199; vi:22
    • North Road 1888+, v:l 77-82,200-1
  • Aberystwyth Labour Party, ix:155
  • Aberystwyth Literary Institute, iii:165, 167,168,169,175
  • Aberystwyth Literary Society, vii:235
  • Aberystwyth Marine Pier Company, viii:409
  • Aberystwyth Observer, v:321,325
  • Aberystwyth Old Social Club, x:45
  • Aberystwyth Old Students’ Association, viii:ll
  • Aberystwyth Pier Company, viii:409,412
  • Aberystwyth Rural District Council, iv:280
  • Aberystwyth Savings Bank, x:45
  • Aberystwyth Select Vestry, vi:24
  • Aberystwyth Service Reservoir, viii:336
  • Aberystwyth Trades Council, ix:158
  • Aberystwyth Union, viii:246-9,251-4,259,263,265,266,267,271
  • Aberystwyth Women’s Liberal Association,v:326,328
  • Aberystwyth Working Men’s Institute, viii:10
  • Abraham, mason, vii:281
  • Abrahams, Evan, Pantyrhogfaen, yeoman, v:286
  • ach ac edryf, iii:273
  • Active, brigantine, vii:277,282,283
  • Active, sloop, vi:217
  • Adail, afon (river), x:393,394
  • Adam le Brun, ix:58
  • Adams, Mrs., Glantivy, viii:174
  • Adams, David, Tal-y-bont (1845-1923), vi:47-8,55-6,66,86; x:440-7
  • Adams, John, Peterwell, i:196-8; ii:132;v:416,418-9,420
  • Adams, John, Whitland, vii:54
  • Adda ap Llywelyn Fychan (Adaf ap Lewellin vychan); iv:9; x:241
  • Adda ap Meredith ab Adda (Atha ap Meredith ap Atha), iv:9
  • Adda Fawr, vii:18
  • Adda Fychan (Vychan), iii:70
  • Addison, Louisa Florence n£e Lloyd, viii:97
  • Addison, Hon. W., viii:97
  • Adela, vessel, vi:224
  • Adela S. Hills, barque, vii:279
  • Adelaar, motorship, iv:287
  • Adgofion am y Neuadd-Lwyd, vi:47,57
  • Adgofion yr Hybarch David Evans, vi:47
  • Admiral Blake, vessel, x:376
  • Adpar, iii:270,273
    • ancient borough, v:403,405,406,407,415, viii:370
    • borough election, 1741, vi:128-9
    • castle, iii:58
    • church, viii:370
    • enclosure, iii:51
    • printing, viii:204,439,472
    • school: grammar
      • see Adpar: ysgol: gtamadeg
    • turnpike gate, ii:106
    • ysgol
      • gramadeg, vi:77
  • Adrienne, brig, vii:279
  • Adroit, vessel, vi:217
  • Adsolwen, farm, iii:132,154
  • Adventurer, barque, vii:295
  • Aeron, river
    • enw, v:367
    • flood, 1783, i:54-5
    • footbridge over, viii:351
    • name
      • see Aeron: enw
    • road bridges over, viii:346,349,354
  • Aeron, vale of,
    • cynaeafu, ix:182
    • emigration
      • see Aeron, vale of,: ymfudo
    • geirfa, ix:181
    • harvesting
      • see Aeron, vale of,: cynaeafu merched y gerddi, viii:291
    • vocabulary
      • see Aeron, vale of,: geirfa
      • woollen mill, vi:lll,117
      • ymfudo, ii:230
  • Aeron, vessel, vi:208,210,214
  • Aeron Belle, vessel, viii:309
  • Aeron Lass, vessel, viii:309
  • Aeron Queen, vessel, viii:305
  • Aeron Vale, brig, vii:277,290
  • Afan, bibliography, iv:301
  • Affines, schooner, vii:277,283; x:311
  • Afon Teif i Lodge o’r Urdd yr Hen Frytaniaid, iv:158;viii:28
  • Agents Row, Melindwr, ix:333,335
  • Agility, march (stallion), v:139
  • Agnes Lee
    • auction of wreck at Poppit, ii:101
  • Agricola
    • see Lewis, J. D., Gwasg Gomer
  • agricultural depression, 1879, v:314
  • agriculture, iv:321-33; vii:256-72
    • advent of machinery, ix:311
    • bibliography, iv:291-2
    • early modern, iv:331-5; vii:267-70
      • see also dairying
      • see also industry
  • Aikin, Arthur, i:181
  • Ainsworth-Davis, J R, viI.230,231,233,234,235,243,244,247,249;viii:l,2,3,5,9,10,ll,12
  • Ainsworth-Davis, Jack, viii:13
  • Ainsworth-Davis, Jessie, vii:232
  • Alban square, Aberaeron, vi:295
  • Alban, Rev. Thomas, v:68; vii:68
  • Albatross, vessel, Aberaeron, vi:215,216,218
  • Albatross, vessel, Llangrannog, iii:238
  • Albert square, Aberaeron, v:369
  • Albert Street, Aberaeron, vi:289; viii:404
  • Albion, sloop, vi:217,220
  • Albion, vessel, ii:228; viii:309
  • Alderson brothers, viii:420,434
  • Alderson, Sir Thomas, Cwmystwyth, v:lll
  • Aldwinckle, architect, iii:164; viii:409
  • Alert, brig, vi:277,279,286,293
  • Alexandra Hall, Aberystwyth, vii:243,249; viii:340
  • Alice wife of John de Knovill, ix:369
  • All Right, vessel, vi:220
  • Allen, Anthony, beggar, iv:166
  • Allen, J. M., viii:29
  • Allen, Rev. John, vii:107-09,114
  • Allt Goch, Lampeter, ix:269
  • Allt-goch, Llan-non, ix:184
  • Allt Hugh Shon,iii:243
  • Alltfedw, viii:7
  • Alltglais, v:206
  • Alltgoch, Llandysul, ii:110
  • Alltlwyd estate, iii:152; v:19
  • Alltyblaca
    • cooper
      • see Alltyblaca: cowper
    • cowper, iv:229
    • Unitarian chapel, iv:122-3; vii:10
  • Alltygwreinin, Melindwr, ix:333
  • Alltymynydd sanatorium, Llanybydder, viii:10
  • Alltyrodyn, Llandysul, i:117; iv:152; v:19, 330; viii:29,30,470
  • Alonzo the brave no. 22, march (stallion), v:135
  • Alonzo the second, march (stallion), v:135
  • Amalgamated Society of Railway Servants, ix:150
  • Amity, vessel, x:367
  • Amlot, Capt. Thomas, vii:201
  • Amphlett, Jim, Llandysul, articled clerk, iv:l 77
  • Amser a diwedd amser, viii:443,465
  • Anchor Smelting Company, Aberystwyth, iii:295-6; iv:130-5
  • Anderson, botanist, i:86
  • Andes, vessel, vi:210
  • Andrew, Emily, Melindwr, ix:326
  • Andrew, George, Melindwr, ix:326
  • Andrew, John [1], Melindwr, ix:326
  • Andrew, John [2], Melindwr, ix:326
  • Andrew, Martha, Melindwr, ix:326
  • Andrew, Mary, Melindwr, ix:326
  • Andrew, Simon, Melindwr, ix:326
  • Andrews, John, sailor, ii:101
  • Andrews, Mary, Lledrod, vi:355
  • Andrus, William, viii:96
  • Angel Inn, New Quay, vii:288
  • Angelina, brigantine, vii:277
  • Angharad dau. of David ap Ieuan Lloyd ap Gruffydd ap Cadwgan, Gelliladron, viii:76
  • Angharad dau. of Jenkin, Gilfachwen Uchaf, viii:75
  • Angharad dau. of Jenkin ap David ap Rhydderch, Pare Rhydderch, viii:76
  • Angharad ferch Rhisiart ab Einion, vii:21,22,23
  • anghydffurfiaeth gynnar, iv:96-112
  • Anglo-Belgique Shipping Co. Ltd., x:422,424
  • Angus, J. M., professor of Latin, ii:12;vii:233,234; viii:4,7; ix:214-15,218,221
  • Anhuniog, commote, iii: 127,194,196,268,273,277; iv:273,280; v:144; vi:139,270,285; vii:17,22; ix:368
  • Anhuniog, grange, i:36
  • Anhuniog, lordship of the manor of, viii:110
  • Anhuniog Enclosure Act, viii:lll,114,116,117
  • Anian, abbot of Strata Florida Abbey, i:22
  • Ankers, Mrs., matron, v:195
  • Ann ferch Gruffudd Goch, Henfynyw, ix:370
  • Ann, brig, vi:208,223,224
  • Ann and Betsy, vessel, i:193
  • Ann and Elizabeth, schooner, vii:284
  • Ann and Lisa, vessel, iii:238
  • Ann and Margaret, schooner, vii:290,295
  • Ann and Mary, brigantine, vii:287,290,292,293
  • Ann and Mary, vessel, vi:223
  • Ann Catherine, brig, ix:121-2
  • Ann Dafis, vessel, iii:237
  • Ann Jenkins, barque, ii:228
  • Ann le Brun, ix:58
  • Ann Warren, schooner, vii:284,290,292; viii:309
  • Ann Wilson, barque, viii:305
  • Anne, vessel, vii:279
  • Anne and Betsy, vessel, vi:183
  • Anne and Catherine, schooner, iii:236
  • Anne and Mary, schooner, vii:283
  • Anne Catherine, vessel, iv:16
  • Anne Jenkins, barque, x:50
  • Anne Thomas, vessel, ix:125
  • Annes, abades (abbess) Llanllyr, vii:35
  • Annes ferch Gwilym ap Phylip ap Elidir, vii:25
  • Annie Ramsay, barque, vii:278
  • Antelope, smack, vii:278,290; viii:305
  • Anwyl, Mr., auctioneer, x:369
  • Anwyl, Edward, vii:244
  • Ap Rhys, Rickeston, iv:4
  • Appleton, J. H., art master, U.C.W., viii:343
  • Appleyard, Robert, Lincoln’s Inn,
    • solicitor, ix:60,61-2,64,65
  • Aqua Terra, vii:240
  • Ar Lan y Mor a chaneuon eraill, viii:38
  • Arbra, New Quay, vii:285
  • archaeology, industrial, v:109-24
  • architecture
    • bibliography, iv:292
  • Arden, Christopher, Dorchester, ix:162,166
  • Arden, Jane n6e Thomas Jones Gwynne, ix:162,166
  • arferion fferm, iv:248-54
  • Argo, schooner, vii:286,287,292
  • arian wye, iv:252
  • arianism, vii:13; viii:460
  • arminianism, vii:10; viii:439,440,441,458,459,460
  • Armstrong, Adam, Nanteos, agent, x:361, 362,363,364,370
  • Armstrong, Adam, Tynyrhyd, bailiff, ix:64,65
  • art
    • bibliography, iv:292
  • Arth, river, iii:195; vi:203
  • Arthen ap Seisyll, king of Ceredigion, iv:277; vi:267,268
  • Asbri, cylchgrawn (magazine), viii:49
  • Ashley, Mr., viii:337
  • Assembly Rooms, Laura Place, ii:12; iv:28;vi:417,418; x:284-5,360,361
    • as Chemistry department, vii:236; x:285-6
    • as National Library of Wales, vi:236; x:284
    • as Students Union, vi:236; x:284
    • as Theatre, vii:231,235,247; viii:4
    • opening of, iv:24,25-6
  • Assembly Rooms, Queen’s Hotel, vii:232
    • see also Queen’s Hotel, Aberystwyth
  • Asshe, William, iii:328
  • Associated Society of Locomotive Engineers and Firemen, ix:150
  • Atkins, professor, U.C.W., viii:17
  • Atlantic, vessel, vii:295
  • Attlee, Catherine Charlotte n6e Lloyd, viii:97
  • Attwood, John, Aberystwyth, solicitor, iii:172; ix:136
  • Atwood
    • and the lead mining industry, ix:147
  • Atwood and Parry, Aberystwyth, solicitors, viii:406
  • Atwood, Alban, v:94,95,96,98,101
  • Atwood, Edward, v:94-101
  • Atwood, Edward William, ix:167
  • Atwood, John, Clifton, vi:220
  • Atwood, John, Pengarreg Fawr, Aberaeron, vi:217,291,292;ix:162,163,166,167
  • Atwood, John, yngr., Aberaeron, vi:220
  • Atwood, John Jones, vui:217,222
  • Atwood, Miss M. M., i:86-7
  • Atwood, Margaret ne’e Thomas, Pencarreg, v:94-101; vi:291; ix:l 62,166,167
  • Atwood, Susannah Maria, ix:167
  • Aunt, sloop, vii:288
  • Aurora, brig, vii:277,286
  • Aurora, vessel, vi:223
  • Avon Teifi Lodge o Urdd yr Hen Frytaniaid,
    • see Afon Teifi Lodge o’r Urdd yr Hen
    • Frytaniaid
  • Awelon, Llandysul, viii:47
  • Awenydd Tysul
    • see Evans, George “Awenydd Tysul”
  • Ayleworth, Humphrey, Llandysul, rector, v:431
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