Ceredigion Historical Society

B – 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 ‘B’

  • Babington, Charles Carsdale, i:83-4
  • Bach-y-Rhew circulating school, ix:352
  • Bade Lane, Aberystwyth, iii:299
  • Bacon, Sir Francis, i:184; viii:356
  • Baddy, Thomas, viii:449
  • badger, iv-.241 bagging, iii:158
  • bailiffs itinerant, vi:139
  • Baines, James, viii:308
  • BakerStreet, Aberystwyth, iv-.20
  • Baker, Henry,comedian, iv-.26
  • bakers
    • see pobyddion
  • Balcombe, John, and company, ii:55
  • Balcombe, John Barton
    • and Aberystwyth public Library iii:163,16, 5  168,169,171,174-5,177,178-9
    • managing director of Bronfloyd mine, v:215-16; viii:331
    • managing directorof the Aberystwyth Foundry Company, viii:336
  • BaJdwin fitz Gilbert, vi:272
  • Baldwin, Archbishop of Canterbury, i:42; vii:57
  • Baldwin,Thomas, Bath,architect,viii:154-7,160; vii:215-16; viii:331
  • Ball, botanist, i:87
  • Ball, Elizth, Parcel Canol, x:385
  • Ball, Jo Grogwynion, mining agent, ii.-91; iii:286,290
  • Ball, Thos., lead-mine agent, ix:325; x:38.5,386
  • Ballinger, Mrs., v:197
  • Ballinger, John, viii:34; x:11
  • Banc Dafydd Jones, ii:119
  • Banc Eisteddfa, Llangrannog, iii:235
  • Banc Hengeraint, vi:287
  • Banc Lletyaochan, vi:287
  • Banc Sion Cwilt
    • encroachment, iv:333
    • peat cutting, iv:331
    • tai unnos, viii:106
  • Banc Troedrhiwseiri
    • barrow site,iii:11-23,118-23; ix:275
  • Banc y Ddafad Ddu, x:365
  • Banc y Llong, x:276;1B9
    • established by John Jones, Derry-Ormond ii:34
  • Banc y Warren
    • battle at, vii:56
  • Banc-yr-Eglwys, viii:lo.3
  • Bancyfelin M.C chapel, Llangrannog, iii:233
  • bands
    • Aberystwyth Amateur Band,ii:6
    • Capel Pantdeled, vi:307
    • Llandysul Fife, vi:307
    • Llandysul tailors, vi:307
      • see also brass band
  • Bangor Church, Melindwr, ix:333
  • Bangor cottage, Melindwr, ix:333
  • Bangor schoolhouse, Melindwr, ix:333
  • Bangor Teifi, iii:106-07,110,112
    • and the census of religious worship, iv:119
    • anghydffudiaeth, iv:98,99,104
    • blacksmith, vi:100
    • castle, iii:55
    • church, v:425-6
    • churchyard, viii:334
    • emigration,ii:229;x:50
    • motte castle near,
      • see Castell Pistog
    • nonconformity
      • see Bangor Teifi: anghydffudiaeth
  • Banham, Elizabeth, prioress of Llanllyr, vi:342
  • Banham, Margaret, prioress of St. Llyr,iii:202
  • Bank, Melindwr, ix:333
  • Bank Llyndwr cottage, iv:165
  • Bank Pembryn, Melindwr, ix:333
  • Bannow, William, ix:371
  • baptists, iv:123-4; vii:4-7,11-13
  • Barber, Capt , viii:90
  • Barber, Mrs. Gertrude,  viii:90
  • Barber, Henry, Nanteos, agent, ix:64;x:361,362,370
  • Barbery, Ann, Melindwr, ix:326
  • Barbery, Michael, Melindwr, ix:326
  • Barbier, Mme., viii:17
  • Barbier, Andre, professor of French, U.C.W., viii:15
  • Bardd Coch
    • see Davies, Henry Lewis
  • Bargoed mill, Llandysul, i:117
  • bark stripping
    • see: rhisglo coed
  • Barker’s Lane (Queen Street), Aberystwyth, iii:296,298; iv:20
  • barley, iv:322,329; viii:58,268
  • barley belt, vii:267
  • Barlow, John, Slebech, iv:12
  • Barracks
    • and J. W. Szlumper, vili:339
  • barrels, vii:59
  • Barrett, Emily, New Quay, x:322
  • Barrett, Joseph Fauriel, New Quay, coastguard, x:322,323
  • Barrett, Julia, New Quay,x:322,323
  • Barrett, Mary Anne, New Quay, x:323
  • Barrett, Selina, New Quay, x:322
  • barring-out the schoolmaster, ii:110
  • Barrington, Bishop of Salisbury, i:46
  • Barron, William, gentleman, viii:79
  • barrows, iii:12-23,118–23
  • Barth, Cecil, viii:411
  • Bartholomew gate, Cardigan, ix:336
  • Barton, W. C., botanist, i.-92
  • Barty, Mr., lodge, Llandysul, iv:184
  • basgedwyr, iv:215,221,229-30
  • basket making
    • see: basgedwyr
  • Bass drama company, vii:231
  • Bassett, Mrs., v:197
  • Bassett, G.T., architect, v:178,181
  • Baston, Emma, Cornish mine worker, ix:324
  • Baston, John, Cornish mine worker, ix:324
  • Baston, Susannah, Cornish mine worker, ix:324
  • Baston, Susannah, Melindwr, ix:326,327
  • Baston (or Bastion), Thos.,Cornish mine worker, ix:323
  • Bates, Dennis
    • and Commins Coch School, x:336,345
  • Bath House, Aberystwyth, iv:24
  • bats 
    • long-eared, iv:239
    • natterer’s, iv:239
    • noctule, iv:239
    • pipistrelle, iv:239
  • Battersby, Harford, Peterwell, ii:137
  • Battersby-Harford, John, Falcondale, ii:137;vii:224
  • Baurman, Mr., viii:214
  • Bay Steamship Co. Ltd., x:422
  • beadles, vi:139
  • Beaker people, iii:11-23,118-23
  • beavers, iv:231-2; vii:57
  • Beazley, Elizabeth, vi:296
  • Bebb, Rev. l,Jewellyn John Mortimer, viii:6.5
  • Beck, Bishop Thomas, i:46-7
  • Bedd Taliesin, viii:414-18; ix:26.5,266,268,272
  • Bedd y Vorwyn, ix:26.5,267
  • Beddowes, A. R.,i.-92
  • Bedinfield, John James, Ditchingham Hall, Norfolk, iv-.24
  • Bedlam barracks, Aberaeron, i:62; vi:292
  • Bedw
    • road bridge over, viii:335,338
  • Bee, vessel, vi:214                        
  • Bee Hive Benefit Society, x:46
  • Beidog
    • road bridge over, viii:350
  • Bek, Thomas, bishop of St. David’s, iv:336, 337,340-2
  • Bele (Pele), afon (river), v:388
  • Belgian refugees in Aberystwyth, viii:399
  • Bell, P. R., botanist, i:92
  • Belle Vue hotel, Aberystwyth, iv-.20,31
  • Belle Vue terrace, Aberaeron, vi:296
  • Bellingham, L, viii:10,13
  • Bellingham, T., vii:244
  • Belyth, John, iii:333
  • Benjamin, John, Aberystwyth, vi:305
  • Benjamin, John, Llangeitho, labourer, v:267-8
  • Benjamin, Thomas Cynfelyn, x:445
  • Bennet, Richard Henry Alexander, Beckenham, viii:90
  • Bennett, Arthur, i:87
  • Bennett, Sir Ernest, viii:96
  • Bennett, Frank, viii:409
  • Bennett, Rev. George, Rede, Suffolk, rector, viii:96
  • Bennett, John, Cornish mine worker, ix:324
  • Bennett, William, i:87
  • Bensia’r Gof
    • see: Evans, Benjamin “Bensia’r  Gof”
  • Benson, Henry, wine and spirit merchant, ii:118
  • Benson, Henry, Aberystwyth, mayor, x:359,360
  • Berfedd, Y, Lledrod, ix:229
  • Berlin, barque, vi:209,221
  • Bernard, bishop of St. David’s, vi:278-80
  • Berridge, M., x:342
  • Berth, Tregaron, day school at, ii:141
  • Beryl, vessel, vi:210
  • Betsy, vessel, vi:208
  • Bettus ythell, iv:378
  • Betws Bledrws
    • anghydffu.rfiaeth,iv:98,99,100,107
    • bronze age remains,  ix:265
    • church, ii:134; x:295
      • organ. x:296-7
    • education, ii:134; iii:214
    • estate, v:19,15;1vii:16
    • nonconformity
      • see Betws Bledrws: anghydffumaeth
    • school
      • see Betws Bledrws: ysgol
    • ysgol, x:289
  • Betws Bledrws Common, x:292
  • Betws Ifan, iii:110
    • anghydffurfiaeth,iv:109
    • blacksmith, vi:99
    • emigration
      • see Betws Ifan : ymfudo
    • nonconformity
      • see Betws Ifan : anghydffu.rfiaeth
    • parish vestry, vi:21
    • ymfudo, ii:225
  • Betws Leucu
    • bridge, viii:331
    • church, iv:120
    • gwestfa, iii:274
    • road bridge, viii:349
    • school board, iii:210,211,213
  • Beulah
    • blacksmith, vi:100,106
  • Bevan, James, sailmaker, x:367
  • Bevans, Francis, Llandysul, rector, v:431
  • Beynon, Anna, viii:455
  • Beynon, Miss Anne, Llwynderw, Llangeler, vi:169,171
  • Beynon, Daniel, engineer, vii:274
  • Beynon, John, Newcastle Emlyn, under sheriff v:282-3; vi:191
  • Beynon, John, Tregaron, agent, ix:64
  • Beynon, John Thomas, Gellidywyll, viii:380
  • Beynon, Martha Anne, Aber-porth, annuitant, x:302
  • Beynon, Archdeacon Thomas, i:46; vi:61
  • Beynon Thomas, presbyterian minister, vii:74
  • bilbliography
    • agriculture, iv: 291-2
    • architecture, iv: 292
    • bibliographies, iv: 293
    • biography, iv: 293-5
    • botany, i: 95-6
    • education, iv:295
    • folklore, iv:295-6
    • history and topography, iv:293-307
    • language and literature,iv.308
    • music,iv:308
    • natural history, iv:309
    • politics, iv.309
    • religion, iv.310-11
    • societies, iv:311
    • trade and industry, iv.307-08
  • Bickerstaff, Miss, v:197
  • Bickham, H., botanist, i:87
  • Bickham, S. H., botanist, i:92
  • bidding, iv:34-46,75
  • bidding letters, x:361-2
  • Bijou theatre, Aberystwyth, vii:236
  • Bili’r Sais, x:18
  • Bil’i r Swan , Llandysul, iv:148,174
  • biography
    • bibliography, iv:293-5
  • Birch, A. H., vii:250
  • Bircham, F.T., poor law inspector, ix:90,91,92,93
  • Biria Bach
    • see under Brackenbury, Augustus
  • Birrt, Thomas, Llwynduris, iii:92
  • Bishop’s Palace
    • number of hearths, 1670, iv:13
  • Black Ball line, shipping line, viii:308
  • Black Horse, Melindwr, ix:333
  • Black Lion, Aberystwyth, x:272,361
  • Black Lion,  Lampeter,  viii:107
  • Black Lion, Llandysul, ii:115
  • Black Lion, Llangeitho, x:366
  • Black Lion, Llanhystud, vi:358
  • Black Lion, New Quay, vii:281
  • Black Rhys
    • see under Rhys ap Gruffydd ap Llywelyn, Anhuniog
  • Black Spot
    • see: Smotyn Du
  • Black Swan, Llandysul, ii:115
  • Bla[c)keneye, Walter, constable of Cardigan castle, iv:139,140
    • see also Blakeney, Walter
  • Blackeneys, burgesses of Cardigan, iv:139
  • blacksmiths, iv:213,215,227,228; vi:99-106,251
  • Blackwell, John, iii:37
  • Blaen-Brefi Bog
    • see under Figyn Blaen-Brefi
  • Blaen Ceri
    • tithing, iv:376
  • Blaen Cil Llech, viii:371
  • Blaen Cletwr, v:253
  • Blaen Cwmhownant, v:11
  • Blaen Kerry (Cae Carreg Wen), ix:270
  • Blaen Melindwr, viii:221; ix:11
  • Blaen-porth
    • anghydffurfiaeth, iv:105,108,110
    • barrow, ix:289
    • blacksmith, vi:100
    • castle, i:40; iii:55-6,114
    • Howell Harris a (and), v:2,3,4,5,7,8,11,12
    • iforiaid, ili:28
    • ivorites
      • see Blaen-porth : iforiaid
    • nonconformity
      • see Blaen-porth : anghydffurfiaeth
    • population figures,1801-51, vi:391
    • urns,ix:273
  • Blaen-porth Hoddnant, iv:374
  • Blaen-waun, Llandysiliogogo
    • blacksmith
      • see Blaen-waun : gof
    • gof, vi:251
    • school house
      • see Blaen-waun : ysgoldy
    • ysgoldy, vi:360
  • Blaen-y-gorse, Brongwyn, viii:86
  • Blaen-y-than, Llandysul, viii:470
  • Blaenannerch
    • blacksmith, vi:100
    • chapel, vi:171
    • emigration
      • see Blaenannerch : ymfudo
    • methodism
      • see Blaenannerch : methodistiaeth
    • methodistiaeth, v:12,13
    • ymfudo, ii:167
  • Blaenannerch area
    • botanical records, i:92
  • Blaenau, vi:358,360,361,363
  • Blaenbedw-fawr
    • bridge, viii:330,335
  • Blaenbylan, vii:307-31
  • Blaenbylan mill, vii:323
  • Blaencaron
    • tai unnos, viii:106
  • Blaencefel
    • supposed battle site, iii:107
  • Blaencefn chapel, ii:210; v:13
  • Blaencelyn
    • blacksmith, vi:100
  • Blaencwm, iv:151
  • Blaencwmbrwyno, Melindwr, ix:333
  • Blaencwmsymlog mine, ii:30-2,35,55;viii:357
    • see also Cwmsymlog : lead mines
  • Blaendolau farm, Aberystwyth, viii:411
  • Blaendyffryn
    • gentry of, subscribe to Pont Afon Rhyd, iii:181
  • Blaendyffryn, Melindwr, ix:333
  • Blaendyffryn Issa, Melindwr, ix:333
  • Blaendyffryn Ucha, Melindwr, ix:333
  • Blaengeuffordd
    • iforlaid, ili:28,29
    • ivorites
      • see Blaengeuffordd : iforlaid
  • Blaengwenllan, viii:371
  • Blaenhoffnant
    • cairn, ix:268
  • Blaenhownant
    • methodism
      • see Blaenhownant : methodistiaeth
    • methodistiaeth, v-5,6,7
  • Blaenmelindwr,Melindwr, ix:333
  • Blaenpant, x:3
  • Blaenpeithnant, Melindwr, ix:333
  • Blaenpeithnant Ucha, Melindwr, ix:333
  • Blaenpennal
    • blacksmith
      • see Blaenpennal : gof
    • corn mill, vi:97
    • emigration
      • see Blaenpennal : ymfudo
    • gof, vi:251
    • ymfudo, ii:167,225
  • Blaenpennal and Lower Lledrod united district school board, iii:210,211,213
  • Blaenpistyll
    • corn mill, vi:98
  • Blaenplwyf
    • bibliography, iv:301
  • Blaenporth
    • see under Blaen-porth
  • Blaenrheidol, v:246-56
  • Blaenrhos, Melindwr, ix:333
  • Blaenwaun, Llandysiliogogo
    • see Blaen-waun, Llandysiliogogo
  • Blagdon the brave, march(stallion), v:136
  • Blakeney, Walter, Cardigan, burgess, v:149
  • Blessing, the, smack, ix:114,345
  • blindness, x:156-7
  • Blue Bell, Llandysul, ii:115
  • Blue Bell, New Quay, vii:290
  • bluebooks, 1847
    • see education : report, 1847
  • boar, wild, iv-.232,234
  • Boar’s Head Inn, Tre’r Ddol, viii:187
  • Boards of Guardian, viii:248-51
  • Bodlawenarth, rhandir, vi:286
  • Bodwhilog
    • see Pontwhilog
  • Bogo de Knovill, constable of Aberystwyth castle, iii:322,328; ix:368
  • bogs, i-97-101
    • see also peat bogs
    • see also names of individual bogs
  • Boidy Gwyn, v-.248
  • Bois y dablen, iv-.248
  • Bone, Mrs., Aberaeron, vi:293
  • Bonsall’s Row, iii:299; x:271,274
  • Bonsall, mine operator, iv-.21; ix:147
  • Bonsall, Lady, viii:419
  • Bonsall, Mrs., Fronfraith, x:165,175,177
  • Bonsall, Dr. G. It, x:274
  • Bonsall, George, Glanrheidol, ii:67,68,71; iv:25; v:88,89,91-2; x:364
  • Bonsall, Henry, Cwm, ii:118; v-.331
  • Bonsall. J.G., iv-.359
  • Bonsall, J. G. W. esq., Fronfraith, v:177
  • Bonsall, John Smith, x:357
  • Bonsall, Sir Thomas, i:181; ii:31-2; iii:287,29′); viii:419-20,426,431,434;x:271
  • Bonsall, Dr. William, ii:67; v:169,172; x:282-3, 285,369
  • Bonsall, Mrs. Winifred, Crynhyn House, vi:22; x:271; x:365
  • Bont cottage, Aberaeron, i:53,57; vi:290
  • Bont Fach, viii:343
  • Bont-goch
    • botanical records, i-92
    • road bridge at, viii:346
    • Temperance society, ii:92
    • wesleyan methodists, iv:127
  • Bont Shipping Co. Ltd., x:422
  • Bontgoch
    • see Bont-goch
  • Bontgoy
    • woollen mill, vi:111
  • Bontnewydd, small holding, iv:198
  • Bontwhilog
    • see Pontwhilog
  • book clubs, ii:97
  • books campaign
    • see Ymgyrchoedd Llyfrau Urdd Gobaith Cymru
  • bootmakers, iv:216, 227; vi: 94; ix:183
  • Borth
    • bibliography, iv: 301
    • blacksmith, vi: 100
    • chapel, vi: 28
    • fishing, vi: 122
    • herring boats, vi: 202
    • iforiaid, iii:31
    • ivorites
      • see Borth : iforiaid
    • school, ii:152; iv:363,370; vi:49
    • shipwreck, i:198-9
    • Temperance society, ii.-92
  • Borth area
    • botanical records, i:81,92
  • Borth Bog
    • see under Cors Fochno
  • Borth Sands, viii:186
  • Borthin, Llandysul, i:117; iv:152
    • see also Capel Borthyn
  • botanical exploration, i:77-96
  • Boulet, L. C., botanist, i-93
  • Boulston
    • number of hearths, 1670, iv:14
  • Boultbees, Aberaeron, vi:292
  • Boundy, Anne, Melindwr, ix:327
  • Boundy, Henry, Melindwr, ix:327
  • Bourne Engineering and Electrical Company, viii:409
  • Bourne, John, viii:408,409,411
  • Bow Street
    • bibliography, iv:301
    • blacksmith, vi:100
    • craftsmen, vi:92
    • Garn, iii:36,38
    • iforiaid, iii:31
    • ivorites
      • see Bow Street : iforiaid
    • population, 1851,1861, v-.29().302
    • road bridge over the railway, viii:351
    • voters, v:334
  • Bowcott, Richard, Llanfihangel Rhos-y-corn, v:354
  • Bowen family, Llwyngwair, iv:7
  • Bowen family, Lochmeyler, iv:5
  • Bowen, Pentre Evan, iv:4
  • Bowen, Air commodore, iv:8
  • Bowen, Mrs., Llandysul, schoolmistress,ii:110
  • Bowen. Daniel. Bwlchbychan,. viii:469
  • Bowen E.G., ii:176-8,192; v:435; x:12,16
    • and Commins Coch School, x:343
  • Bowen, Evan, Llangrannog, ix:121
  • Bowen, George, Llambida, ii:161
  • Bowen, George, Llwyngwair, viii:92
  • Bowen, Hector, Llandysul, vicar, v:430
  • Bowen, Hesther (Easter) nee Thomas, viii:92
  • Bowen, James, Trefdroyr, v-.353,358,359
  • Bowen, John, Cardigan, x:193
  • Bowen, John, Llechryd, x:362
  • Bowen, John, Moria Bychan, Llanychaiam, viii:84
  • Bowen, Lettice Lloyd nee Pryse, vi:344
  • Bowen, Margaret nee Lloyd, viii:84
  • Bowen, Roderic, iii:181; v-.338; ix:158,159,160
  • Bowen, Siôn, Glynllebyng, Trefdroyr, v-.382
  • Bowen, T., auditor, viii:251
  • Bowen, Rev. Thomas, ix:272
  • Bowen, Thomas, Penbryn, vicar, vii:336
  • Bowen, Thomas, Waunifor, i:113,116,118,120, 125-6,129-30,132-7; vi:172,192
  • Bowen, Dr. W.R., v:189
  • Bowen, Walter, iv:100,104
  • Bower, Anthony, Lincoln, engineer, viii:184,185,186,188
  • bowl turning, vi:95
  • Bowstreet brook
    • road bridge over, viii:353
  • Box cottage, Melindwr, ix:333
  • Boxall, Alleyne, solicitor, viii:411
  • Boys brigade, Aberystwyth, viii:10
  • Brackenbwy, Ann b. 1785, vi:354
  • Brackenbury, Augustus, i:199-200; ii:40-52; v:84-93,269-70,285;vi:320,322,352-61,363;viii:117,118
  • Brackenbwy, Caroline, vi:354
  • Brackenbwy, Caroline b.1782, vi:354
  • Brackenbwy, Charles, vi:354
  • Brackenbwy, Charles b.1788, vi:354
  • Brackenbury, Diana, vi:354
  • Brackenbwy, Evelyn b.1793, vi:354
  • Brackenbwy, George b.1789, vi:354
  • Brackenbwy, Henry b.1790, vi:354
  • Brackenbwy, Louisa b.1795, vi:354
  • Brackenbwy, Sophia b.1786,vi:354
  • Brad y Llyfrau Gleision
    • see education: report,1847
  • Bradbury, Mrs., Aberystwyth, schoolmistress .5, ii:14
  • Bradbury, Mr. J., Aberystwyth, headmaster, ii:6,13,15
  • Bradford House, Aberaeron, vi:292
  • Bradford, John, lliwydd (dyer), viii:470
  • Bradshaw, Johannah, Melindwr, ix:326
  • Bradshaw, M. A., teacher, x:166,167
  • Bradshaw, Thos., Melindwr,ix:326,327
  • Braithwaite, Dr. R. botanist, i:89
  • Brake, Steve, x:346
  • Bran, afon (river), v:388
  • brassband
    • at New Quay, vii:291
      • see also: bands
  • Brathwaite, Georgina, viii:90,91
  • Brathwaite, Jane Maria, viii:90,91
  • Brathwaite, Admiral Richard, vili:88,90,91
  • Brathwaite, Ulrica Eleanora, vili:90,91
  • Bray, Elizth, Parcel Canol, x:385
  • Bray, George H., Melindwr, ix:327
  • Bray, Margaret, Melindwr, ix:326
  • Bray, Michael, Parcel Canol, x:385
  • Bray,Simon, Melindwr, ix:326
  • Bray, Wm., Melindwr, ix:327
  • Breeze, Rev. Samuel, Aberystwyth, ii.-94;vii:122; x:255
  • Brefi
    • name, iv-.338
  • Brefi, river
    • road bridge over, viii:339
  • Brenin Gwalia, march (stallion), v:133,135,139
  • Brennig, river
    • road bridge over, viii:344
  • Brewer, Samuel, botanist, i:80
  • Briallen Gian Ceri, sef Caneuon ar Amryw
  • Destunau, v:351,357
  • bricks
    • manufacture, vi:95
    • trade, ix:119
  • Bridge End shop, Llandysul, i:129
  • Bridge Street, Aberystwyth, iv:19,20
    • no.9,x:256
    • no.47x:256
  • Bridgend Foundry, Cardigan, vi:104
  • Bridgend Place, Aberystwyth, iv-.27
  • bridges, i:118-19,121,127,129,137-9
    • Aberaeron, i:53-5
    • inscriptions, viii:329-54
    • Llandysul, iii:109
      • see also: names of individual bridges
      • see also Pont…
  • Brigstock, Robert, gent., vi:129
  • Brigstocke family, iv:4;vi:395; vii:81
  • Brigstocke,Blaenpant
    • estate in 1873, iv:7,12
  • Brigstocke, Col., Blaenpant, iv-.267
  • Brigstocke, Mrs., Blaenpant, viii:173
  • Brigstocke, Misses, Parkygors, vili:174
  • Brigstocke, Augustus, Blaenpant, viii:162
  • Brigstocke, Rev. Augustus, Cenarth, viii:388
  • Brigstocke, Elizabeth neeJenkins, viii:387
  • Brigstocke, Emmeline nee Lloyd, vili:94
  • Brigstocke, G. R., vili:87
  • Brigstocke, Miss Kate, viii:174
  • Brigstocke, Maria nee Webley Parry, vi:151
  • Brigstocke, Owen, v:55,70; vili:387
  • Brigstocke, William, esq., vi:129
  • Brigstocke, William, d. 1725, Blaenpant, viii:387
  • Brigstocke, William (1708-51), Blaenpant, viii:387
  • Brigstocke, William c. 1794, Blaenpant, vii:190
  • Brigstocke, William, Llechdwnny, vili:387
  • Brigstocke, William Owen c. 1790, Blaenpant, vi:151; viii.-90,387-8
  • Brigstocke, William Owen marr. in 1835,
    • Blaenpant, vi:151
  • Brigstocke, William Owen (1831-1900),
    • Blaenpant, vi:40, 7 411; viii.-94,388
  • Brioc , v:424
  • Britannia, meeting place, Aberystwyth, v:169
  • Britannia, smack, ix:122
  • Britannia Place, Aberaeron, v:369
  • Brithdir, Rhydlewis
    • blacksmith
      • see Brithdir : gof
    • corn mill, vi:98
    • gof, iv:215
  • British Isles Coasters Ltd., vii:62
  • Briton, schooner, vii:276
  • Briton, vessel, vi:209,216
  • Britons, meirch (stallions), v:136
  • Britsied f. leuan ap Gruffudd ab leuan, vii:31
  • Brittains, Aberaeron, vi:292
  • Briwnant, messuage, v:292
  • broadsides, ii:89-107
  • Broadway, Thomas, i:186
  • Brogynin, ii:277-8
  • Bron-gwyn, ii:277-8
    • and the census of religious worship, iv:115
    • anghydffmfiaeth, iv:109
    • nonconformity
      • see Bron-gwyn : anghydffurfiuth
    • Parish vestry, vi: 3
    • schools, lack of, in 1847, ii: 139
  • Bron Meurig, home of Edward Richard, v:242,244
  • Brom-y-mwyn, v:9
  • Broncastell, Melindwr, ix:33
  • Brondeifi, viii:39
  • Broneion, Capel Dewi
    • woollen mills, vi:110,117
  • Bronfloyd mine, ii:54-5; v:110,113-15; viii:428
    • see also Bryn Llwyd mines
  • Brongest
    • blacksmith, vi: 100
    • corn mill, vi:98
  • Bronglais Workhouse, x:147-50
  • Brongwyn
    • see Bron-gwyn
  • Brongwyn Street, New Quay, vii:280,281
  • Bronllangwrda, Melindwr, ix:333
  • Bronnant
    • bridge, viii:330,344
    • smelter, i:183
    • woollen mill, vi:111
  • Bronpadarn, v:206
  • Bronwenau, iii:196,199,204,205
  • Bronwydd estate, iii:236; v:19,24; ix:120,121; x:3
  • Bronwydd mansion, vii:105; viii:339
  • Bronze age, ix:264-80
    • cairn cemetery, viii:360-2
    • cremation pit, iii:11-23,122-3
    • flat cremation, ix:281-92
    • stone knife, viii:478
  • Brookes, John, viii:115
  • Brookman, butler at Peterwell, vii:54
  • Brooks Col., Neuadd Trefawr , ix:64
  • Brooks, James, prebendary, ix:364
  • Broomfloyd mine
    • see Bronfloyd mine
  • Brothers, vessel, viii:321
  • Brothers, vessel, Llangrannog, ix:121
  • Brough, Joseph, professor of Philosophy, U.C.W., vii:231 ,233,234,235,241,243,24,4 245-7; vili:1,2,3,5,7,9,10,11,12,18
  • Broughton, Richard, viii:79
  • Brown, Mrs., viii:436
  • Brown, Capt., Cwm Rheidol, v.-315
  • Brown, Agnes Marion nee Lloyd, viii:97
  • Brown, Littleton, i:80
  • Brown, Miss M., i:92
  • Brown, Owen, mole catcher, vii:182
  • Brown, Patrick, Cardigan, merchant, ix:119
  • Brown, Rufus, viii:436
  • Browne, Edward Harold, vi:83
  • Bruce, C. R, county architect, x:332,334
  • Bruce-Vaughan, E. M,  v:177
  • Brut Dingestow, viii :42
  • Brwmffild, Mathew, vii:27,30
  • Bryan, Joseph Davies, vi:377; ix:45
  • Bryn Cipyll, vii:261
  • Bryn Hope, smallholding, iii:132
  • Bryn Lloyd mine
    • see Bronfloyd mine
  • Bryn Lluestydd, v:248
  • Bryn Llwyd mines, i:181
    • see also Bronfloyd mine
  • Bryn Melyn, v:248
  • Bryn Whith
    • school
      • see Bryn Whith : ysgol
    • ysgol, vi:52,62,66
  • Bryn y Carne, v:52
  • Bryn-yr-Afr
    • lead mine, iv:403; vii:86-7
  • Brynamlwg, x:101
  • Bryncipill, vi:251
  • Bryndderwen
    • iforiaid, iii:31
    • ivorites
      • see Bryndderwen : iforiaid
  • Bryndioddef, Aberystwyth, iii:297;iv:24
  • Bryndyfi
    • lead mine, v:116-18; viii:210-16
  • Bryndyfi Mining Company Ltd., viii:210-11
  • Bryngwenith, viii:161
  • Bryngwyn
    • basgedwyr, iv-.230
    • basket making
      • see Bryngwyn : basgedwyr
  • Brynherbert
    • school
      • see Brynherbert : ysgol
    • ysgol, iv:369
  • Brynhoffnant
    • riots, 1889, ix:313
  • Brynhyfryd,iii:110
  • Brynllwyd farm,viii:408
  • Brynog, ii:85
    • bridge, vi:345
  • Brynperfedd, iv-.55-6
  • Bryntelor, Penbryn, ix:353
  • Brynystwyth mine
    • see Grogwynion, lead mine
  • Buck, Nathaniel, ii:172
  • Buck, Samuel, ii:172
  • Buckle, Robert, collector of excise, ix:147
  • Buckle, Robert, Aberystwyth, surgeon, ix:137,147
  • Buckley, Penyfai
    • estate in 1873, iv:7,13
  • Budd, George, ii:114
  • Budd, Dr.S. G. Newcastle Emlyn, ili:181
  • Buffalo Bill, viii:412
  • bugeiliaid, v:247.,254-5
  • Bulley, R., botanist, i.-92
  • Bullin, Charles, Aberystwyth, tollgate keeper, ix:136
  • bundling, iv:74; ix:309
  • Burgess, Thomas, bishop of St. David’s·, i:13–51,196; ii:134-6; vi:48,52,57,58,60, 62,306; vii:139; ix:197,239; x:57
  • Burkill, J. H, botanist, i:85-6
  • burnt mounds, x:181-8
  • Burrell, Dr.CM.,v:188,191
  • Burrell, Charles, viii:424,436
  • Burt, Mr., tutor, x:99
  • Burtt, A. H., i:9
  • Bury, Mrs., v:197
  • Bush
    • number of hearths, 1670, iv:14
  • Bushe, William Duncan, ix:144
  • Bushell, Thomas, i:180,184-8; ii:28,33,54,285; v:114,118; viii:355,356,357
  • Buss, vessel, vi:208,209
  • Buss, Dr. J., v:111
  • Butcher’s Arms, Aberaeron, i:57; vi:289
  • Butcher’s Arms, Aberystwyth, x:366
  • Butcher’s Row, Aberystwyth, ili:299
  • Butcher Sara, h  Aberaeron, i:57
  • Butler, Dr. L. A. S., v:435
  • butter
    • manufacture, iv:323; vi:97
    • trade, v-.275; vii:61
  • Butter, Capt.John, of the James, ili:183
  • Bwa Bach, vii:20
    • abode of the Ebowa baghan, ii:277
  • Bwlch, Goginan, mine, viii:357
  • Bwlch Bach, Aberystwyth, iii:297-8, 300
  • Bwlch-glas mine, vii:87
  • Bwlch-gwyn (or Gwemant arms), iv-.215
  • Bwlch-gwyn, Ystumtuen, v-.248
  • Bwlch-llan
    • basgedwr, iv:218
    • basket making
      • see Bwlch-llan : basgedwr
    • cerddoriaeth, vi:305
    • music
      • see Bwlch-llan : cerddoriaeth
    • name, iii:243
  • Bwlch Mawr, nr Llanwenog, v:70
    • grave stone of Roderick Lloyd, viii:341
  • Bwlch y clawth, Llandyfriog, viii:84
  • Bwlch-y-groes
    • blacksmith, vi:100
  • Bwlch-y-groes, Llangunllo, v:27;viii:161,349
  • Bwlch-yr-Hendre
    • excavation of a long hut, iv:400–07
  • Bwlchcastell, Cilcennin, vi:286
  • Bwlchffin, Llanbadam Odwyn, i:103
  • Bwlchgwyn, lead mine, viii:357
  • Bwlchgwyn, Llandysul, ii:110
  • Bwlchllan
    • see Bwlch-llan
  • Bwlchyfadfa, iv:122-3; vii:10
  • Bwlchystyllen, v:248,254
  • Byr Vaen Gwyddog, ix:265
  • Byrfaen, ix:267
  • Bywgraffiadur Cymreig, vi:45,48
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