A-Z
2nd Marquis Of Bute  
3rd Marquis Of Bute  
A Theological College at Aberdare  
Aberaman - Earliest Item Found
Aberaman - Eisteddfods
Aberaman Folklore
Aberaman Riots Llwydcoed Band 1912
Aberaman Ship
Abercynon Bronze Age Finds
  Margam and Caerleon Dispute
Abercynon Folklore Menelaus Williams 1814 - 1882
Abercynon Poets 1860-1900
Abercynon - Noted People Of The Area
Aberdare Boundaries Map
Aberdare Canal Mountain Ash - Earliest Item Found
  Mountain Ash - Ministers of the Town
Aberdare Cenotaph
Aberdare Folklore Old Mexico On Fire
Aberdare Mountains and Lord Aberdare Pamela Morgan “Mother Shepherd” 1836 - 1930
Aberdare - St Fagan Boundaries Map
Aberdare Temperance Hall Building  
Aberfan Disaster  
Abernant/Aberdare Hospital Penderyn Boundaries Map
Abraham Edmund Richards 1822-1884
Accident at Hirwaun 18.01.1879  
Anthony Wayne 1745 - 1796
Benjamin Evans 1816 - 1886
Benjamin Evans "Telynfab" 1845 - 1900
Brinley Richards 1819 - 1885
Bryn Sion Chapel Rees Hopkin Rhys J.P.
Buffalo Bill Wild West Exhibition Rees Llewellyn 1851 - 1919
Cadogan of the Battle Axe (Glyn Rhondda) Rev John Davies
Canon J.D. Jenkins Rev R.E. Williams (Twrfab)
Churches in Wales Rev. R.J. Jones, M.A. - Bishop of Welsh Unitarianism
Coal in the Aberdare Valley 1750 - 1850  
Commitee Cor Mawr Rev. William Williams 1807 - 1877   
Crawshay Bailey 1789 - 1872
Crawshay Family (Hirwaun Ironworks)
Cwmbach Boundaries Map Robert Rees "Eos Morlais" 1841 - 1892
The Crystal Palace Samuel Thomas 1800 - 1879
Daniel Griffiths 1828 - 1903 Saron Chapel
Daniel James "Gwyrosydd" 1840 – 1920 Siloa Chapel
David Bevan Jones (Dewi Elfred) 1807-1863 Sir David Richard Llewellyn
David Davies (Dewi Cynon) 1854-1938
David Davis Senior 1797-1866 St Cynog
David Gam - Man at Arms to Henry V (Agincourt 1415)
David Griffiths 1837 - 1889
David Havard Jones "Gaius" 1842-1902 St Fagan's Schools
  St Gerard Majella
David Thomas 1833-1878
David Thomas 1856 - 1918 St James' Church
David Watkin Jones (Dafydd Morganwg) 1832 - 1905
  St Joseph’s Church
  St Joseph's Church Photo Gallery
David Williams "Alaw Goch" 1809 - 1863 St Mairs Church
David William Bibliography
Davis, David (Grocer)  
Dewi Aeron Oct 15th 1949 St Margaret’s Church (Mountain Ash)
Dinefwr Castle History  
Dr David Saunders 1831 - 1892 St Mary Magdalene's Church
Dr Thomas Price 1822 - 1888
Duffryn House & Estate
Duffryn Pit Owners
Easter Monday Whit Sunday and Dydd Hen Wyl Ifan (Old St John’s Feast)
Edward Evans 1716 - 1798 The Navigation House
Enter the Vaughn Lees
Evan James 1809 - 1878
Evans, William John 1866 - 1936  
Food and Labour
Francis Crawshay 1811 - 1878
George Henry Hall 1881 - 1965
Griffith Rhys Jones "Caradog" 1834 - 189
Guto Nyth Bran
Guto Nyth Bran (Glanffrwd)
Gwilym Gwyllt
Gwilym Thomas “Glanffrwd” 1843-1890
Gwilym Williams 1839 - 1906
Haggar's Coliseum/Palace
Henry Austin Bruce “First Lord Aberdare” 1815-1895 Thomas Powell 1779 - 1863
Henry Rogers 1667 – 1744
Hirwaun Boundaries Map
Hirwaun Common Thomas Wayne 1810 - 1867
Hirwaun - Eisteddfods
Hirwaun Town
Hirwaun Wrgant  
History of Catholicism in Aberdare  
History Of Fedw Hir  
History of Gwawr Chapel
  Viscountess Rhondda
History of the Feeder Pipes Bridge W.S. Clarke, C.E., F.G.S. 1817 - 1864
History of St Margaret’s R.C. School Aberdare  
History of Trinity Church Aberdare W.T. Lewis "Lord Merthyr" 1837 - 1914
HMS Aberdare (J49)  
Holy Wells
Hugh Hughes “Tegai” 1805 - 1864
J. R. Williams 1851-1888 Welsh Eisteddfod At Chicago
James Havard Protheroe 1840-1903 William Davies "Mynorydd" 1826 - 1901
Jenkin Howell 1836 - 1902 William Haggar
John Abel Jones 1826-1873
John Cory 1828 - 1910 William Morgan "Gwilym Alaw"
John Evans - 1882
John Glasbrook 1815 - 1887
John Griffith 1818
John Howell 1849 - 1896
John Hughes - 1906
John Hughes "Glanystwyth" 1842 - 1902 Y Cor Mawr
John Jones 1802 - 1863
John Nixon 1815 - 1899  
John Roberts (Ieuan Gwyllt) 1822 - 1877  
Jonathan Rees "Nathan Wyn" 1847 - 1905
Jonathan Reynolds "Nathan Dyfed" 1814 - 1891  
Jones, John Viriamu  
Jones, Thomas (1819 - 1882)  
Josiah Thomas Jones 1799-1873  
Judge Gwilym Williams  
Lewis Lewis (Merthyr Riots 1831)