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Transactions of the Cardiganshire Antiquarian Society

The Transactions were published in approximately 14 volumes between 1909 and 1939. The complete contents are being digitised by NLW as part of the JISC-funded 'Welsh Periodicals Online' project and should be available during 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, with administrative entries (annual accounts etc.) removed.

Cover of Vol 1 of the Transactions

Contents of Vol 1, part 1 1909


First county gathering at Strata Florida
Second county gathering at Strata Florida
Foundation of the Cardiganshire Antiquarian Society
Visit to Talley Abbey
Meeting at Gogerddan
The Society's Dinner at Aberystwyth
Visit to Lampeter
Notes and Queries
Hafod Ychtryd
Rhai o olion hynafiaethol plwyf Llanddewi Brefi
Nodiadau Cymreig

Contents of Vol 1 Part 2,


Visit to Loventium and Llanddewi Brefi
The Quakers in Cardiganshire
Hafod Ychtryd
Notes and Queries


Contents of Vol 1 No 3, 1913


ST. GWENOG : HER CHURCH AND HER WELL, by the Rev. J. Morris, m.a., Vicar of Llanybyther and Llanwenog
HISTORY AND TRADITIONS OF THE NEIGHBOURHOOD OF HIGHMEAD, by J. Ceredig Davies
MOUNT CHURCH, by D. Ladd Davies
CARDIGANSHIRE FONTS, by Professor TyRREll Green
1. Llanfair-Clydogau
2. Llanwenog
3. Bangor-Teifi
4. Silian
5. Llanarth
6. Lampeter
PREHISTORIC HEARTHS, by Professor O. T. Jones, Aberystwyth
A TRIBUTE TO THE EARLY CHURCH, by Professor T. A. Levi, Aberystwyth
CARVED-WORK IN CARDIGANSHIRE CHURCHES, by Professor Tyrrell Green
BOOKS BY OUR MEMBERS
TEIFI-SIDE ANTIQUITIES
1. Monumental Slab at Llanfihangel-ar-Arth
CORRESPONDENCE

Contents of Vol 1 No 4, 1914


SOME WELSH FLOWER NAMES, by Evelyn Lewes
LIFE OF SAINT NENNOCK, contributed by Colonel Davies-EvANS
CARDIGANSHIRE FONTS (continued), written and illustrated by Professor Tyrrell Green
7. Llanfihangel Lledrod
8. Llanfihangel Ystrad
9. Eglwysfach
10. Bettws Bledrws
11. Henfyniw
12. Aberporth
13. Llanllwchaiarn
14. Llandisiliogogo
15. Llanbadarn Fawr
CARVED-WORK IN CARDIGANSHIRE CHURCHES (continued)
4. A Window at Llandyssul
5. A Piscina at Cardigan
KNITTING AND THE SAMPLER STITCH, by Miss Thomas (Llanwenog)
DEDICATIONS OF CARDIGANSHIRE CHURCHES, by the Rev. J. Morris, m.a., Vicar of Llanbyther and Llanwenog
BRITTANY AND CARDIGANSHIRE, by J. Ceredig Davies 38
CWM CYNFELIN AND LLANGORWEN CHURCH, by D. Samuel, m.a., Headmaster of the County School, Aber-ystwyth
TEIFY-SIDE ANTIQUITIES (continued), written and illus­trated by Professor Tyrrell Green
2. Stone Crosses at Llanddewi-Brefi
3. Carved Roman Head at Llanio Fawr
OLD CARDIGANSHIRE HOUSES, written and illustrated by D. Ernest Davies, m.a., Velindre, Lampeter
1. Llanina
WELSH FIRESIDE INDUSTRIES EXHIBITION AT LAMPETER
BOOKS BY OUR MEMBERS
NOTES AND NEWS
Celtic Discoveries in Switzerland
Unveiling of a Monument at Neuaddllwyd
Stone in Llanllwchaiarn Churchyard
The old Bible at Llanafan
The old Font of Trefilan
Restoration at Llanddewi-Brefi
The Society's Educational Work
Credit where credit is due
Relics of Strata Florida
CORRESPONDENCE
Proposed Service at Strata Florida
A Surgeon's Lamp at Tregaron
An Unfortunate Omission
A Coat of Arms for the Society
The Condition of Cardiganshire Churches

Contents of Vol 2 No 1 1915


THE ROYAL MINT, ABERYSTWYTH, by the Rev. G. Eyre Evans
TIR Y WERIN, CEREDIGION, by Jenkin Lloyd
CARDIGANSHIRE FONTS (continued), written and illustrated by the Editor
16. Llansantffraed
17. Llanilar
18. Llanfair-Orllwyn
19. Llandygwydd
20. Mount
21. Tregaron
22. Cellan
23. Troed-yr-Aur
24. Eglwys Newydd
25. Sarnau
THE STORY OF LLANGRANOG, by Miss E.E. Hope
CARVED WORK IN CARDIGANSHIRE CHURCHES (continued), written and illustrated by the Editor
6. Rood-beam at Llanina
7. Corbels at Cardigan
DEDICATIONS OF CARDIGANSHIRE CHURCHES (continued),
by the Rev. J. MORRIS, M.A., Vicar of Llanybyther and Llanwenog
OLD CARDIGANSHIRE HOUSES (continued), by D. Ernest Davies, m.a.
2. Wern Newydd
TEIFY-SIDE ANTIQUITIES (continued), by the Editor
4. The Three Mariners Inn, Cardigan
5. Stained Glass at Cardigan Church
THINGS SEEN IN CARDIGANSHIRE, by "Argus"
1. A Fish Vane at Llandyssul
2. A Way-side Memorial at Llanddewi-Aberarth
MONUMENTS TO CARDIGANSHIRE WORTHIES, by D. Samuel, M.A., Headmaster of the County School, Aberystwyth
1. The Lewis Edwards Memorial at Penllwyn
2. The Henry Richard Statue at Tregaron
VANISHED AND VANISHING CARDIGANSHIRE, by " Old Inhabitant "
1. Castle Lane, Aberystwyth
2. Bont Cottage, Aberaeron
3. Llanrhystyd Church before Restoration
4. Nantcwnlle Church before Restoration
5. Llanfihangel-y-Creuddin in 1889
6. Leaves from an Old Sketch-book
IN MEMORIAM
1. Lord Roberts
2. Sir Edward Anwyl
3. The Cathedral of Reims
REVIEWS
An Inventory of the Ancient Monuments in Wales and Mon­mouthshire :—I. County of Montgomery ; II. County of Flint ; III. County of Radnor ; IV. County of Denbigh
The Church Plate of Cardiganshire, by the Rev. J. T. Evans
The Other Side of Death, by the Rev. R. Jones
Cipdrem ar Hanes Tregaron a'r Cylch, by M. E. MORGAN
Cymraeg y Mabinogion, gan D. Samuel, M.A.
Reminiscenses of the Rev. D. Edwards, M.A.
NOTES AND NEWS.
Something Accomplished
Antiquarians of the Rising Generation
Dial from Lampeter Old Church
Church Restorations
Sword and Canon-ball at Trefilan
Ancient Church Customs
Holy Water Stoups
The Movement for a Museum
CORRESPONDENCE
The Inscribed Stone at Llanlear
The Sign of the Wilkes' Head
The Name Cribin
Sinod Inn
The Font at Llanarth

Contents of Vol 3, 1924


Bibliography of Printed Literature relating to the Parishes of Cardiganshire
An Old System of Numeration found in South Cardiganshire

Contents of Vol 4, 1926


The Birth and Growth of Aberayron
The People of Cardiganshire
A Regional Survey of North Cardiganshire Prehistoric Earthworks
Ty Dawns
Notes on Llanarth and Neighbourhood
Extracts from Two Old Diaries
Some Teifiside Holed Stones
Find on Pendinas, Aberystwyth
Notes and Queries

Contents of Vol 5, 1927


The Sculptured Stones of Cardiganshire
Cantref y Gwaelod
The Penllwyn Urn
Some of the Historical Associations of Penllwyn
The Introduction of Metal into Wales
Old Aberystwyth
Aberystwyth of the Future
Some of the Remains of the " Lost " Goidelic Language of Cardiganshire
Archaeological Investigation in the Vicinity of Llan-ddewi brefi and llanfair clydogau
Twm Shôn Gati
Some Recent Finds in Cardiganshire


Contents of Vol 6


(From the Preface)

THE Cardiganshire Antiquarian Society has hitherto published year by year a volume of papers relating to material archaeology, customs and records in the County. This year it is varying its practice and distributing to its members a collection of the County's Folk Songs.

It will be remembered that some years ago an effort was made in the county to preserve records of vanishing data of rural life. This effort was taken up with his customary skill and enthusiasm by our Honorary Secretary, Mr. David Thomas. In his hands the idea proved a most fruitful one, and members of the Society know of his records of ancient methods of counting, and look forward to the publication of a great deal more of his material when he has been able to sift it.

Contents of Vol 7


Record of Meetings
Archaeology and Ethnology
The Port Books of the Port of Cardigan in Elizabethan and Stuart Times
Rhai o Grefftau Ceredigion
Rhydlan Deifi
Recent Finds in Cardiganshire
"A Reverie"
Bronze Objects of the Bronze Age found in Cardiganshire
The Parish Church of Llanllwchaiarn
Llandyssiliogogo—The Parish Church and District
Fairs in Cardiganshire
Some South Cardiganshire Earthworks
Excavations at Pen-y-Glogau, South Cardiganshire

Contents of Vol 8


Pilgrim Routes to Strata Florida
Strata Florida Abbey
Taliesin

Contents of Vol 9


Record of Meetings
In Memoriam : Edward Edwards
Some Observations on Hill-top Camps
Cribyn Clottas
Nevern
Recent Finds in Cardiganshire
The Port Books of the Port of Cardigan in Elizabethan and Stuart Times (continued)

Volume 10


No Volume 10 was produced. Instead, all members were given a copy of 'The flowering Plants and Ferns of Cardiganshire' by J H Salter.

Contents of Vol 11


Record of Meetings
Cardiganshire in Prehistoric Times
Old Roads in the Parish of Caron
Recent Excavations at Strata Florida
The Goods and Chattels of a Cardiganshire Esquire in 1663
Lead Mining at Esgair-y-Mwyn in the time of Lewis Morris
Local History
Dyffryn Aeron
Llanrhystyd
Court Leet Records
The Vestry Book of Caron Lower
The Port Books of the Port of Cardigan in Elizabethan and Stuart Times (continued)

Contents of Vol 12


In Memoriam
Record of Meetings
Meeting at the National Library of Wales
Cardiganshire Quarter Sessions
Relics in Carmarthen Museum
Llanwenog
Folklore and Customs
Coleg Bek
Book of the Anchorite

Contents of Vol 13


Record of Meetings
Notes
History of Llanbadarn Fawr
Pioneer Printing in Wales
Log Books of Cardiganshire Schools, 1860-80
Famous Aberystwyth School
Disgwylfa Fawr Barrow
Two Illustrious Sons of Cardiganshire

Volume 14


Volume 14 comprised a single work: 'Animal Call Words' by David Thomas

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