Carmarthenshire (Wales) -- Antiquities.

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'Laugharnshire',

An introduction and chapters on camps and tumuli for a projected book by G. G. T. Treherne on 'Laugharnshire', which is defined as a rendering of the Welsh 'Swydd Talacharn', comprising the parishes of Laugharne, Llandawke, Lla...

George Gilbert Treherne Treherne.

'Laugharnshire',

An introduction and chapters on camps and tumuli for a projected book by G. G. T. Treherne on 'Laugharnshire', which is defined as a rendering of the Welsh 'Swydd Talacharn', comprising the parishes of Laugharne, Llandawke, Lla...

George Gilbert Treherne Treherne.

'Laugharnshire',

An introduction and chapters on camps and tumuli for a projected book by G. G. T. Treherne on 'Laugharnshire', which is defined as a rendering of the Welsh 'Swydd Talacharn', comprising the parishes of Laugharne, Llandawke, Lla...

George Gilbert Treherne Treherne.

Alcwyn C. Evans Manuscripts,

  • GB 0210 MSALCWYN
  • Fonds
  • [1850]-[1915] /

Manuscripts, [1850]-[1915], of Alcwyn C. Evans, mainly comprising antiquarian and historical material relating to Carmarthenshire and other places in Wales and including transcripts from parish registers, public records and other sources, and Wels...

Evans, Alcwyn C. (Alcwyn Caryni), 1828-1902.

Ancient trackways,

Notes by G. G. T. Treherne on ancient trackways in 'Laugharneshire' and suggestions of a possible pilgrims' track from Llanfihangel Abercowin to Tavernspite.

George Gilbert Treherne Treherne.

George Eyre Evans Bequest,

Papers of, or collected by, George Eyre Evans, 1669-1939, including his diaries and journals, autobiographical data and correspondence, 1872-1939; notebooks and scrapbooks on archaeological and historical matters in Wales, relating particularly to...

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Letters,

Seventeen holograph letters from Elizabeth Johnes, 'Betha' [Lady Elizabeth Hills-Johnes], C[harlotte] A[nna] M[aria] J[ohnes], and Richard Dixon, from Dolau Cothi, to A. C. Ramsay, 1844-1845 and undated (an invitation to lunch on the Gog...