Dangos 1947 canlyniad

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The State of the Cause (Hanes yr Achos),

Arranged into (i) accounts of the state of the cause, as presented to the Association, and arranged by presbytery; and (ii) other materials relating to the histories of individual chapels, arranged by county.

Papers, mainly literary, or genealogical in character, most of which are associated with Philip Williams 'the genealogist' (d. 1717) and ...,

Papers, mainly literary, or genealogical in character, most of which are associated with Philip Williams 'the genealogist' (d. 1717) and his son Llewelyn (d. 1740) of Plas Dyffryn Clydach, Vale of Neath. The printed schedule (NLW, 1942) includes a pedigree of the Williams family of Plas Dyffryn Clydach. A number of the schedule entries include annotations by D. Rhys Phillips (D.R.P.), author of 'History of the vale of Neath ...' (Swansea, 1925).

Land tax assessments, poll tax assessments, house tax assessments window tax assessments, etc., for Coychurch, Coytie, Llangynwyd, St. Brides Minor ...,

Land tax assessments, poll tax assessments, house tax assessments window tax assessments, etc., for Coychurch, Coytie, Llangynwyd, St. Brides Minor, Kenfig, Newcastle, Laleston, Tythegston, Miskin, Dinas Powis, Swansea, Peterstone- super-montem, Llanilyd, Margam, Pile, Newton Nottage and Pencoed.

Canlyniadau 1 i 20 o 1947