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App(1) Tanylan Dwellings
Tanylan Dwellers
App(3) Cesha re:
W. Lloyd Harris
David & Kezia Hughes
Their 1818 marriage
Becky Rees's
Llanlluan Chapel
Front (1)   Front (2)
Llanlluan Chapel
Cemetery & Front MIs
Family Grave
Transcribed Translated
Llanarthney Parish
Lleian Church
Front,  Rear

Kezia's   Time-Line Sources  & Bibliography -   Appendix (4)

1)             Llanarthney, St. David’s Marriage Register
2)            Llanarthney, St. David’s Baptismal Register
3)            LLanfihangelAberbythych Parish Baptismal Register
4)            Carmarthen, Register Office, Births, Marriages & Death Certificate Copies
4a)          Llanelli Register Office, Birth, Marriage & Death Certificate Copies
5)            Census Returns for Enumeration Districts referred to, vis:
                1841  HO107/1384  Folio 8/Page7
                1851 HO107/2472  Folio 108/Page 5
                1861 RG9/4134     Folio 85/Page 4
                1871 RG10/5491    Folio 4/Page 2        
                1881 RG11/5393   Folio 79/Page 2
                1891  RG12/4514  Folio 74/Page 4
                1901 RG13/5109   Folio 69/Page 6
6)            William Williams House of Commons 10th March 1846, Hansard
                On-Line Address   http://hansard.millbanksystems.com/commons/1846/mar/10/education-in-wales
7)             Blue Books 1847 - Shuttleworth Instructions
8)            Commissioner Lingen’s Report for Carmarthenshire, Glamorganshire & Pembrokeshire
9)            Commentaries on the Report for Wales & Welsh Education Generally:
                “The History of Education in Wales”, Vol. 1, Edited Jac L. Williams Gwilym Rees Hughes,
                Christopher Davies, Swansea, 1978, ISBN 0 7154 0341 9
                “A Barrier to Moral Progress and Commercial Prosperity”, W. Gareth Evans, Planet 123,
                Aberystwyth, June/July 1997, ISSN 0048 - 4288
                “A History of Modern Wales”, David Williams, John Murray, London, 1951
                “Welsh Life in the 18th Century”, Sir Leonard Twiston Davies KBE FSA & Averyl Edwards, Country Life Ltd.,
                London, 1939
                Dame School at Tanylan
                “LlynllechOwen and its Neighbourhood”, W. Lloyd Harris, Gorslas, the Carmarthenshire Antiquary,
                Vol. V, c1969, pages 80-82.
                “A History of Gorslas”, Gorslas History Society & Carmarthenshire County Council, 2008
                ISBN 978-0-906821-176-3, pages 85 & 206/207
10)           LlynllechOwain Visitor Centre - Display for Children, Currently - June 2010 and previously
                c2003, relating to the Dame School.

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