Ceredigion Historical Society
Ceredigion – Journal of the Cardiganshire Antiquarian Society, 1969 Vol VI No 2

Ceredigion – Journal of the Cardiganshire Antiquarian Society, 1969 Vol VI No 2

Pages from Ceredigion – Journal of the Cardiganshire Antiquarian Society, 1969 Vol VI No 2, can be viewed below.

You can also view previous editions of the Society’s Journal going back to 1950, with fascinating facts about the archaeology, antiquities and history of the County of Ceredigion.

Contents of Volume VI, Number 2

  • Some Notes on Tudor Cardiganshire – By W. Ogwen Williams – 137
  • The Lewes family of Abernantbychan – By Daniel Huws – 150
  • Walters of Perthcereint – By Francis Jones – 168
  • Aberaeron: The Community and Seafaring, 1800-1900 – By David Lewis Jones
  • Noted on the Jenkins family of Dyffryn Bern – By F. E. Llewellyn Jones
  • Ychydig o Atgofion – By John Jones – 251
  • Obituary, Professor William Ogwen Williams, M.A., D.A.A., 1923-1969 – 254
  • Annual Report for 1969 – 257
  • Statement of Accounts for the Year 1969 – 262

ILLUSTRATIONS

  • Estates of Sir John Lewes and James Lewes settled in 1650 – 161
  • Lewes of Abernantbychan pedigree – 165
  • Walters of Perthcereint – 195
  • The Reverend Alban Thomas Jones Gwynne – 200
  • Aberaeron Harbour in 1832 – 215
  • Aberaeron Harbour in the 1890’s – 216
  • Ship-building at Aberaeron in the 1850’s – 231
  • Pwllcam towards the end of the century – 232
  • The Shipping Companies – 233
  • Liquidator’s Account – 236
  • Ships built at Aberaeron – 238

Reviews

  • Mines, Mills and Furnaces, by D. Morgan Rees 1969
Ceredigion – Journal of the Cardiganshire Antiquarian Society, 1969 Vol VI No 2
Ceredigion – Journal of the Cardiganshire Antiquarian Society, 1969 Vol VI No 2

The Journals were published from 1950 up to present day. The complete contents have been digitised by NLW as part of the JISC-funded ‘Welsh Periodicals Online’ project which were available from 2009. In the meantime we present the table of contents of each volume below. The format and level of detail in the ‘Contents’ varied from volume to volume. We present the lists as originally printed.

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