Montgomeryshire Collections

Montgomeryshire Collections

Montgomeryshire CollectionsThe first issue of the Collections appeared in 1868 and a special volume 100 was published in 2012. The original aim was to include —  ‘a Monasticon, an Ecclesiasticon, a Castellarium, a Mansionarium, a Villare and a Parochiale, a Chartularium, an Obituarium, an Ordinary of Arms, an Itinerarium, traditions, folk lore and ballads’.

Indeed, current issues encompass just as wide a range of subjects from prehistory to records of memories of folk still alive today. Back numbers are available in various ways as indicated below.

Journals in Hard Copy are available from the Librarian, Triangle House, Brook St., Welshpool, SY217PG.

Journals online  The following are available online as at 14/03/2016Montgomeryshire Collections

A. Under – listed as ‘Montgomeryshire Collections’.

  • Volumes 6, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 16, 17, 18, 19,22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, and 29. These volumes can be downloaded as text. From John Robarts Library, Univesity of Toronto.

B. Under Welsh Journals Online

  • listed as Collections historical and archaeological . . . . ’. Volumes 32–47 inclusive. These volumes can be downloaded as text.
  • listed as Montgomeryshire Collections. Volumes 48–90 inclusive. These volumes can be downloaded as text.

Digitized by the National Library of Wales. NLW have no immediate plans to extend their coverage at the present time.

C. The last (C) are article titles only – Volumes 48–108. See below.

Titles of main articles in volumes 48 (1943/44) to 108 (2020)

2021 volume 109 (published June 2021)

Cedewain in the thirteenth century: from Maredudd ap Rhobert to the end of native rule by David Stephenson

Dolforwyn Castle and its Demesne 1329-1331 by P. G. Barton

Christmas at the Court of Dafydd ap Cadwaladr at Bachelldre near Montgomery in the Mid-Fourteenth Century by John Davies

A Window onto Fifteenth Century Powys: Cyfeiliog on the Accession of John, second Lord Tiptoft. Part 2 by Michael Gibbon

The Jodrells of Llanwyddelan by P. G. Barton

A New Church for Newtown: the Building of St David’s by Edward Parry

The Wynns of Wynnstay and their Llwydiarth Inheritance: Part 2 by Emyr Williams

The Parish of Dolanog: The Early Years by Roger Brown

Before Lake Vyrnwy – the Victorian Reservoir Plans for Montgomeryshire by Richard Church

Remaking Nations and their Histories: The Social, Political and Intellectual World of the Early Powysland Club by Neil Evans

Three Years in Welshpool 1891-1893 by Roger Brown

The State of Montgomeryshire Schools in 1944 by D. W. Hall

Record:  Extent of Arwystli 1307 . . .

Record:  Indenture of a Sale by Richard Davies of Welshpool to Margaret James of Newchurch of Lands in Pennsylvania, 1682 . . .

2020 volume 108 (published June 2020)

The Mottes of the Upper Cain and Tanat River Valleys by John Davies, Karin Thompson, Brian Mills and Sylvia Bestwick

‘The Mottes of the Upper Cain and Tanat River Valleys’ a critique by David Stephenson

The Making of a Welsh Lordship: the Mysterious Case of Cedewain by David Stephenson

Arwystli Is Coed and Arwystli Uwch Coed: The Courts of Pen-prys and Talgarth by John Hughes

A Window onto Fifteenth-Century Powys: Cyfeiliog on the Accession of John, Second Lord Tiptoft by Michael Gibbon

Farming before the Act of Union by David Hall

The Wynns of Wynnstay and their  Llwydiarth Inheritance: Part 1 by E.W. Williams

The Welshpool and Montgomeryshire Estates of Gilbert Jodrell, Esquire by P.G. Barton 

Isaac Messeder and the Survey of an Eighteenth-Century Montgomeryshire Estate by Robert J. Silvester

The Forden Royal Coat of Arms by R. L. Brown

Montgomery and Area Parish Magazine 1892-94 by R. L. Brown

Clement Davies, the Liberal Party of Wales and the Parliament for Wales Campaign, 1950-56 by J. Graham Jones

2019 volume 107 (published July 2019)

A Study of the Domesday Survey of the Vale of Montgomery and Neighbouring Areas by John Davies, Karin Thompson, Sylvia Bestwick, Sue Harrison-Stone and Pat Ferguson 

Domesday Benehale: A Lost Manor in the Camlad Valley by John Davies 

The Medieval Powys Warhorse by P. G. Barton 

The Vaughans of Llwydiarth and their Tradition of Patronage by E. W. Williams 

The Vaughans of Llwydiarth in Early-Seventeenth-Century Politics in Montgomeryshire by the late E. R. Morris 

William Washbourne, Sheriff of Montgomeryshire in 1631 by M. Ll. Chapman 

Family and Household Size in Montgomeryshire c.1681 by Colin Thomas 

Powis Castle Kitchen Garden: Death and Rebirth by Rachael Jones

Reverend Richard Pughe 1793-1858: Remembered in Verse by his Son by Richard Church

The Transformation of Montgomeryshire Churches in the Nineteenth Century: Part 2, The Anglican Revival: Restoration and Rebuilding by Edward Parry 

The Buttington Stone Quarries and the Lloyd Family by Brian Poole 

David Davies MP, Llandinam, the ‘People’s Budget’ and the General Elections of 1910 by J. Graham Jones 

‘A dear friend, and a loyal and devoted member of the League’: Alix Minnie Clark and the women’s suffrage movement in Montgomeryshire by Ryland Wallace 

‘The sky above the trees’: Beacon Ring Memorial Plantation, Montgomeryshire William J. Britnell 

A Special Gravestone by Roger L. Brown 

2018 volume 106 (published July 2018)

The Ford of Montgomery by John Davies

A Treaty too Far: The impact of the Treaty of Montgomery on Llywelyn ap Gruffudd’s Principality of Wales by David Stephenson

Historians and the Treaty by Huw Pryce

The Battle of Maes Moydog 1295 by Peter Barton

Madog’s Raid 1332 by John Davies

Lewis ap John of Llangurig, a notorious outlaw by Murray Chapman

Martinus Grundman (c.1625-c.1665) of Welshpool and Llandyssil by Frazer Thomas

Angels and Profligates: Woosnams, Proctors and the Aberhafesp Estate (1675-1905) by Rachael Jones

Salter, a Family of Printers 1788-1878 by Frazer Thomas 

Manafon Enclosures (1796-  ) by David Hall

Bog-Oak, Rubstones and the Sheffield Warming Company: Tregynon Church and the Victorian Gothic Revival by John Morgan-Guy

Some aspects of the Parish Clergy of Montgomeryshire at the Census of 1911 by Peter Meurig Jones

Llwynygog Forest Village by Brian Poole

Emlyn Hooson, the Devolution Debate and the General Election of May 1979 by J. Graham Jones

2017 volume 105 (published July 2017)

A Possible Date for the Origins of the Historia Divae Monacellae by David Stephenson

The Military Career of William de la Pole 1293-1305 by P. G. Barton

Alan Charlton of Apley, Shropshire, Brother of John Charlton, Baron de la Pole by John Davies

Machynlleth on the Eve of the Glyndwr Revolt by Michael Gibbon

Ty Uchaf, a Seventeenth-Century Farmhouse at Cwm Llech, Pennant Melangell by Nigel W. Jones and Robert J. Silvester

Early Catholicism in Welshpool Related in Contemporary Letters by Roger L. Brown

The Transformatiion of Montgomeryshire Churches in the Nineteenth Century: Part I, Dissent and Dilapidation by Edward Parry

Owen Alexander Nares by Roger L. Brown

Annals of the Powysland Club: ‘Old Papers and Memoranda Connected with Bygone Times’ by Rachael Jones

The Welshpool Mummy by Roger L. Brown

The Railway Bridge Department at Caersws by Brian Poole

High Fliers: More on the History of Montgomeryshire Races by Heather Hidden

Welshpool Memorabilia

2016 volume 104 (published July 2016)

The Powysland Club’s Lle Hanes at the National Eisteddfod, Meifod, August 2015 by the Editor

A Possible Glimpse of Annals from Strata Marcella: Events at Welshpool, 1196 by David Stephenson

Owen of Montgomery: Priest, King’s Clerk and Military Officer by John Davies

The Inquisitions Post Mortem of Gruffudd ab Owain, 1309/10 by P. G. Barton

A Consideration of Enclosure In Cyfeiliog by Wendy Morgan

Montgomeryshire Timber for the Navy: Admiral Rodney and the Gould and Withy Families by R. G. Gilson

Montgomeryshire Alehouse Recognizances 1743-52 by Bryn Ellis

Lengthening Odds: A History of the Montgomeryshire Races by Rachael Jones

John Blackwell, Thomas Richards and Berriew School by Roger L. Brown

The Newtown Clerical Association 1876-1877 by Roger L. Brown

Robert Gittins, ‘The talented shopkeeper of Dolanog’ by Valerie Church

The Air Ministry Shadow Factory at Newtown: The Lion Works by Brian Poole

A Legal Document from the Lordship of Bausley by S. W. Jones

2015 volume 103 (published July 2015)

The Meifod Cross-slab: Origin and Context by David Stephenson

Llanymynech Hill by Nigel Jones and Richard Hankinson

A Survey of Cyfeiliog made for Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester. Part 4: Freeholders in the parishes of Llanbrynmair and Cemais by Michael Gibbon

Consolidation and Land Tenure in Penegoes 1583-1715: the Contrasting Fortunes of Two Families by Wendy Morgan

Montgomery Gaol in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries by Bryn Ellis

Penstrowed Quarry, Montgomeryshire by Brian Poole

Major David Davies and the Coalition Government of 1918-22 by J. Graham Jones

Daniel Nihil by Roger L. Brown

2014 volume 102 (published July 2014)

Excavations on the site of the former Welshpool Smithfield and the Welshpool Roman Burial by Nigel W. Jones and Adam Gwillt

Archaeological Excavation adjacent to St Llwchaiarn’s Churchyard, Llanmerewig,2012 by Kevin Blockley

The Slaying of Alexander Middleton in Montgomery Church, 30 October 1326: a Medieval Murder in its Context by John Davies

John of Montgomery, ‘The Admiral’ by John Davies

The Medieval Borough of Caersws: Origins and Decline by David Stephenson

The Williams Family of Dolanog by Valerie Church

Private Schools in Late Nineteenth-Century Montgomeryshire by Rachael Jones

Abandoned Shepherd’s Cottages in the Uplands of Montgomeryshire and Surrounding Areas: Lluest and Hafoty by P. G. Barton

Guilsfield Lake by the Editor

2013 volume 101 (published July 2013).

Excavations on the Forden Gaer to Caersws Roman Road 2009 by Nigel W. Jones and Ian Grant

Montgomery – 1224 to 1332: A New Town in the Central March of Wales by John Davies

An Old Welsh Law Incorporated into the Act which Established the Courts of Great Sessions by Murray Ll. Chapman

A Survey of Cyfeiliog made for Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester. Part III: Freeholders in the Parish of Llanwrin by Michael Gibbon

Berriew School 1652-1900; the Trial and Tribulations of a Charitable Foundation by Richard Moore-Colyer

A Dynasty of Smiths by D. W. Hall

A Montgomeryshire Magistrate and his Dairymaid by Rachael Jones

The Reverend David Davies, Rector of Llansilin by Roger L. Brown

The Peacemaker: David Davies, Lord Davies of Llandinam by J. Graham Jones

Montgomery Castle Well: The Deepest Known Fortress Well in Wales by Ivor Tanner

Welshpool ‘Motte and Bailey’ by the Editor

Welshpool Livestock Market by the Editor

2012 volume 100 (special issue, published September 2012).

Cambria versus Siluria: A Dispute over the Emerging Geology of Wales by Colin Humphrey

The Romans in Mid Wales: Montgomeryshire by Jeffrey L. Davies

The Middle Ages in the Pages of the Montgomeryshire Collections: Some Reconsiderations by David Stephenson

Castle Studies and Montgomeryshire: an Appreciation by John R. Kenyon

Law, Sanctity, Love and Glory: the Poems of Gruffudd Llwyd by Rhiannon Ifans

The Creation of the County of Montgomery by Murray Ll. Chapman

Mapping Montgomeryshire: Estate Maps from 1589 to 1840 by R. J. Silvester

The Surnames of Montgomeryshire by Stephen W. Jones

Samuel Roberts of Llanfair Caereinion, Clockmaker, and his Successors by W. T. R. Pryce

Agriculture in Montgomeryshire in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries by D. W. L. Rowlands

The Impact of the Coming of the Railways to Montgomeryshire by Edward Parry

From Rendel to Hooson: Montgomeryshire Politics 1880-1980 by J. Graham Jones

Industry and the Industrial Buildings of Montgomeryshire by Brian Poole

2011 volume 99

Recent Research on late Prehistoric and Romano-British Enclosures in Montgomeryshire by Robert J. Silvester

Archaeological Investigations at Caersws Roman Forts and Vicus, 1993-2009 by Nigel W. Jones

Entries relating to Arwystli and Powys in the Welsh Chronicles, 1128-32 by David Stephenson

‘To know him is to esteem him’: John Jenkins, Ifor Ceri, 1770-1829 by Ffion Mair Jones

Frank Utten Purchase, Montgomeryshire Physician and Descendant of Slave Owners by Rachael Jones

Arthur Charles Humphreys-Owen MP, Glansevern (1836-1905) by J. Graham Jones

Maria Humphreys-Owen: Montgomeryshire’s Champion of Women’s Rights by Rachael jones

‘His First and Happy Charge’: J. Vyrnwy Morgan in Montgomeryshire by Gerard T. J. Charmley

Breeding and Management of Livestock in the County of Montgomeryshire 1908-1933 by th late Stephen Williams, abridged by David Rowlands

‘God Strafe Old Oliver’ by William J. Britnell

2010, volume 98 (published 1 September 2010)

Baldwin’s Bridge by John Davies

King’s Teirtref alias Tempseter, a Royal Manor in Montgomeryshire by P.G. Barton

A Survey of Cyfeiliog made for Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester. Part 2: Freeholders in the Parishes of Penegoes and Darowen by Michael Gibbon

The Conveyance of Vagrants across Montgomeryshire 1787-1806 by Bryn Ellis

William Scott Owen and Martin Woosnam, Two Montgomeryshire Worthies by Rachael Jones

The Leighton and Brynllywarch Estates: William Scott Owen’s Records by Rachael Jones

Clement Davies and Montgomeryshire Politics: the Final Phase, 1955-62 by J. Graham Jones

New Light on John Williams’s Last Days in Verona, Italy, by Hugh Torrens

Humfrey Bleaze’s Map of Welshpool and Powis Castle, 1629: Further Comments by Murray Ll. Chapman

2009, volume 97

Greater Arwystli in the Early Twelfth Century by David Stephenson

From Restoration to Civil Control: The Probate Records of Llanfihangel yng Ngwynfa by R. G. Gilson

The Madness of King George III: Revelations by James Bland Burges of Nantcribba, Montgomeryshire by Timothy Peters

An Uneasy Relationship: Gwallter Mechain and Iolo Morganwg by Geraint H. Jenkins

George Thomas of Llandyssil, 1786-1841 by Frazer Thomas

‘The Bloodless Wars of Montgomeryshire’: Law and Disorder, 1837-1841 by Edward Parry

Emlyn Hooson and Montgomeryshire Politics, 1962-79 by J. Graham Jones

2008, volume 96

Humfrey Bleaze’s Map of Welshpool, 1629, by R. J. Silvester

The Welshpool and Montgomeryshire Estates of the Lloyds of Moelygarth by P. G. Barton

The Family of Roger Francis of Trewern Hall by Murray Ll. Chapman

Y Tabernacl, Machynlleth: A Welsh Weslyan History (1802-1983) by Leslie A Leigh

The Birds of Montgomeryshire by Brayton Holt and Graham Williams

David Davies, Llandinam, and David Lloyd George by J. Graham Jones

Where was St Bueno Born? by Andrew Breeze

A Visit by Llywelyn ap Gruffudd to the Severn Valley, 1269 by David Stephenson

2007, volume 95

The Whole Land between Dyfi and Dulas, by David Stephenson

Powis Castle: A Reappraisal of its Medieval Development, by David Stephenson

The Lordship of Ceri in the Thirteenth Century, by David Stephenson

Welshpool Burgages and Burgesses from 1241 to 1485: The Lilleshall Abbey Leases, by P.G. Barton

The Montgomeryshire Blayneys, the Poets and After, by Glyn Tegai Hughes

The Vaughan Family of Llwydiarth in the Seventeenth and Early Eighteenth Centuries, by R.G. Gilson

The Limestone Quarries of North-east Montgomeryshire and the Borders, by R.V. Hughes

Yr Hen Tanerdy: The Old Tannery. A History of the Leather Industry in Machynlleth 1610-1900, by Leslie A. Leigh

Clement Davies and Montgomeryshire Politics during the Second World War, by J. Graham Jones

2006, volume 94

The Arwystli Case, by David Stephenson

Rhyd yr Onen Castle: Politics and Possession in Western Arwystli in the later Twelfth Century by David Stephenson

Rhyd Chwima – The Ford at Montgomery – Aque Vadum de Mungumeri by John Davies

A Survey of Cyfeiliog made for Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester by Michael Gibbon

The Township of Criggion in the Manor of Nethergorther by P.G. Barton

Criggion Radio Station by S.F.Brown

The Life of Henrietta Herbert nee Waldegrave by Terry Jenkins

Henry Powell Ffoulkes by Roger L. Brown

The Political Baptism of E. Clement Davies by J. Graham Jones

The Montgomeryshire Liberal Nomination of 1935 by J. Graham Jones

2005, volume 93

The Origins of Powys – Christian, Heretic or Pagan? The J.D.K.Lloyd Memorial Lecture 2002, by Dai Morgan Evans

The Most Powerful Persons in the Land: Patterns of Power in Arwystli in the Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries, by David Stephenson

The Beander Mill, Newtown, Montgomeryshire, 1330-1851, by P.G.Barton and H. Nixon Oliver

Manafon – a Different Perspective on the History of a Parish, by David Hall

Friendly Societies in Welshpool to 1911, by Bryn Ellis

A Victorian Triumph: The Construction of Lake Vyrnwy Reservoir and the Supply of Water to Liverpool, by D.W.L.Rowlands

2004, volume 92

The excavation of a double-ditched enclosure at Arddleen, Powys, 2002-03, by Ian Grant

Montgomeryshire Quarter Sessions during the first half of the eighteenth century, by Bryn Ellis

Pontysgawrhyd Mill, a late Tudor corn mill in Montgomeryshire, by David Wadley, Jane Wadley and Peter Barton

Horrendous Murders at Wtra Wen near Llanfair Caereinion, by Bryn Ellis

John Hughes, Attorney, by Roger L. Brown

John Bryan of Llanfyllin, by Glyn Tegai Hughes

Samuel Roberts’s Llanbrynmair Funeral Addresses, by Roger L. Brown

James Edward Vize, Curate and Vicar of Forden, Montgomeryshire, 1869-1910, Mycologist, by T.F.Preece

  1. Caradog Jones and Montgomeryshire Politics, by J.Graham Jones

2003, volume 91

Disputes over presentations to the rectory of Llandrinio during the Tudor period, by Murray Ll.Chapman

Towards a census for Machynlleth for 1686/1687 by Michael Gibbon

The timber and sawmilling trade in Montgomeryshire by P.G.Barton

‘They shall no longer see through a glass darkly’: Robert Owen and the Welsh Enlightenment by Geoffrey Powell

Thomas Olivers of Tregynon, 1725-1799, by Glyn Tegai Hughes

‘The highest triumph’: some aspects of pre-twentieth-century medical practice in parts of Montgomeryshire, by T.G.Davies

David Jones’s reminiscences about old Llanwddyn and the construction of Lake Vyrnwy, by D.W.L.Rowlands

Clement Davies and ‘the Shrewsbury Document: a note, by J.Graham Jones

2002, volume 90

Prehistoric funerary and ritual sites in the Upper Severn Valley, by A.M.Gibson

Excavations at Sarn-y-bryn-caled, Welshpool, Powys, in 1998-99, by K.Blockley & N.Taverner

Gruffudd ap Gwenwynwyn’s Trefnant Market Charter,1279 – 1282, by P.G.Barton

Henry Tudor’s Journey through Powys and the lords of Powys in Early Tudor Times, by W.R.B.Robinson

Llandyssil Rectory: its architecture and building history, by Nicholas Moore

The Curate of Berriew: John James Turner’s diaries for 1857 – 58, by Roger L. Brown

Clement Davies, the West African Commission and the ‘Montgomeryshire Revolt’ of 1938 – 39, by J.Graham Jones

2001, volume 89 (special “Ty-mawr” issue)

The discovery of Ty-mawr, Castle Caereinion, by Peter Smith

Ty-mawr, Castle Caereinion: building, recording and analysis, by Philip Dixon & Patricia Borne

Dendrochronological dating of Ty-mawr, Castle Caereinion, by D.H.Miles

Archaeological excavations at Ty-mawr, Castle Caereinion, by William J. Britnell & Philip Dixon

The environment and agricultural activity at Ty-mawr, Castle Caereinion: the archaeobotanical evidence, by Astrid Caseldine and Catherine Griffiths

Finds and building materials from Ty-mawr, Castle Caereinion, by R.C.Alvey, W.J.Britnell, Paul Courtney and Penny Dransart

Evidence of geometrical building design at Ty-mawr, Castle Caereinion, by Laurie Smith

Ty-mawr in Trefnant: the environmental background, by James Davies

The landscape and settlement of Trefnant, by Robert J. Sylvester

John Probert and the map of Trefnant township, by Robert J. Sylvester

Ty-mawr, Castle Caereinion: a history of ownership and tenancy, by Murray Ll. Chapman

Circumstantial evidence concerning a Montgomeryshire longhouse in the early seventeenth century, by Murray Ll. Chapman

Ty-mawr, Castle Caereinion and the aisle-truss houses of Wales, by Peter Smith

Ty-mawr in context, by Richard Suggett

The restoration of Ty-mawr, Castle Caereinion, by Mike Garner

2000, volume 88.

Sir Richard Herbert (d 1539) of Montgomery: Part 2, by W.R.B.Robinson

James Baker and the Pool Quay Smelthouse, by W.J.Lewis

Sir Rowland Hayward and the Heyward Family of Trawscoed Hall, Guilsfield, by P.G.Barton

The Heraldic Carving at Gregynog, by Michael Powell Siddons

Shipbuilding and shipowning in Montgomeryshire: the Evans family of Morben Isaf, Derwenlas, by David Jenkins

The Revd Richard Williams Morgan of Tregynon and his writings, by Peter Freeman

Clement Davies and Montgomeryshire Politics, by J.Graham Jones

1999, volume 87.

A history and conspectus of Montgomeryshire water corn mills, by P.G.Barton

Sir Richard Herbert (d.1539) of Montgomery: Part 1, by W.R.B.Robinson

An English Settlement in Western Montgomeryshire during the Tudor Period,

by Murray Ll. Chapman

Some Shrewsbury Connections of the Griffiths family of Llanfyllin, by Janice V. Cox

The Political Baptism of Stuart Rendel, by J. Graham Jones

1998, volume 86.

A Section across the Roman Road North of Caersws, by W.G.Putnam

Montgomery Town Wall: excavation and recording at Plas Du, 1995 – 97,

by N.W.Jones & W.J.Britnell

Sir Griffith Fychan (? – 1447), by Glanmor Williams

Edward Sutton (d. 1532), Lord Dudley and Powys: an early Tudor Marcher Lord,

by W.R.B.Robinson

Maria’s Dreams: the reckoning, by Martin Murphy

Robert Owen’s Welsh childhood: kin, culture and environment 1771 – c. 1781,

by Ian Donnachie

The Effects of Queen Anne’s Bounty and the Ecclesiastical Commission on some

Montgomeryshire Parishes, by Roger L. Brown

A Brief History of the Founding and Development of the Powysland Club,

by Moyra S. Wyllie

Montgomeryshire Ambulance Service, 1948 – 1970, by Brian Owen

1997, volume 85

Luggy Moat, Berriew: recording and conservation, by R.J.Silvester

Llanfyllin: the charter and the Laws of Breteuil, by Henry Loyn

The development of Llanfyllin as a market town and the 1789 Llanfyllin Market

House Act, by Murray Ll. Chapman

Medieval Windmills in Montgomeryshire and the Marches, by P.G.Barton

The Llanwddyn Hospitium, by R.J.Silvester

The excavation of a malt house in the grounds of Plas Machynlleth, 1994,

by Alex Gibson & James Barfoot

Maria’s Dreams: Lady Mary Herbert, 1685 – 1775, by Martin Murphy

Patronage, Fees and Fixtures: some notes on the history of the parish of Llandysilio,

by Roger L. Brown

Causes Celebres relating to property in Montgomeryshire (No. 3), by E.H.C.Davies

1996, volume 84

Excavations within the Roman vicus at Caersws, 1989 – 93, by Nigel W. Jones

Grants by Edward Sutton (d. 1532), Lord Dudley, relating to the lordship of Deuddwr,

by W.R.B.Robinson

The Windmill of the Abbey of Strata Marcella, by P.G.Barton

‘Mineral Engineer’ John Williams of Kerry (1732 – 1795): his work in Britain and his

mineral surveys in the Veneto and North Italy, by Hugh Torrens

Llandyssil: an uncertain rectory and an uncomfortable living, by Roger L. Brown

Making a new parish: Holy Trinity, Penrhos, by Roger L. Brown

The Tithes to their end in Montgomeryshire: an introduction, by D.W.Smith

Records: Notitiae St Asaph (continued): Newtown, Tregynon

1995, volume 83

The Place-Names of Berriew, by G.G.Evans and D.W.Smith

The Carreg Beuno Prehistoric Landscape, Berriew, by Alex Gibson

Excavations at Mathrafal, Powys, 1989, by C.J.Arnold and J.W.Huggett

Pillow Mounds at Y Foel, Llanllugan, by R.J.Silvester

A Conspectus of Schools in Eighteenth-Century Montgomeryshire,

by T.M.Humphreys

Penson’s Progress: the work of a Nineteenth-Century County Surveyor,

by C. Robert Anthony

Sad, Mad or Bad: the case of Evan Jenkins, Rector of Manafon,

by Roger L. Brown

Poverty, Despair and Deceit: an administrative and clerical history of the

parish of Criggion, by Roger L. Brown

Notes: The ‘controversial’ Australian descendant of Evan Blayney of

Pantglas, Professor Geoffrey Blainey, Chancellor of the new University of Ballarat, by S.P.Thomas

1994, volume 82


  1. The Boundaries of the Parish of Pennant Melangell, by W.J.Britnell
  2. Place-names and Field-names of Pennant Melangell, by G.G.Evans
  3. A New Edition of the Historia Divae Monacellae, by H. Pryce
  4. Excavation and Recording at Pennant Melangell Church,by W.J.Britnell
  5. A Structural History of Pennant Melangell Church, by R.B.Heaton and W.J.Britnell
  6. Furnishings and Fittings in Pennant Melangell Church, by M.H.Ridgeway
  7. Paintings and Inscriptions in Pennant Melangell Church, by A.J.Parkinson
  8. Saint Melangell’s Shrine, Pennant Melangell, by W.J.Britnell and K. Watson

Notes: The Dartmoor Shepherd, by Roger L. Brown

1993, volume 81

Grant of Arms: Some Genealogical Reflections, by S.P.Thomas

Caersws Roman Fort and Vicus, Montgomeryshire, Powys, 1984 – 92,

by Nigel W. Jones

Powis Castle: The Development of the Structure, by Christopher J. Arnold

A Mormon Testimony – The Journal of Edward Roberts, 1845 – 1865,

by David Pretty

Emlyn Hooson’s Parliamentary Debut: The Montgomeryshire By-Election of 1962,

by J. Graham Jones

1992, volume 80

Frontispiece: The Grant of Armorial Bearing to the Powysland Club

The Excavation of the Timber Circle and Horseshoe-shaped Enclosure at


Near Welshpool, Powys: An Interim Report, by Alex Gibson

A Lithic Scatter on Mynydd Carreg-y-big, Llanerfyl, by R.J.Silvester and

  1. Davies

A Debatable Land: Arwystli in the Middle Ages, by A.D.Carr, PhD

An Appreciation of the Life and Work of Stephen William Williams (1837 – 99),

by Rev. David H. Williams, MA, PhD, FSA, with an Appendix by

C.J.Arnold, BA,PhD, MIFA

Thomas Powell – Chartist, c. 1802 – 1862, by E.R.Morris, BA

Miscellanea: Price Hughes of Llanllugan and South Carolina: A Note,

Eirlys M.Barker

1991, volume 79

Frontispiece: View of St Curig’s Church, Llangurig, from the South East, C.

1875: Edward Salter

A History of Llanidloes’s Borough Charters, by Richard Morgan,

M.Ll.Chapman and E.R.Morris

Property and Landownership in Llangadfan by Major E.H.C.Davies, MBE, BA DL

Bro Dyfi Leisure Centre Excavations, 1998 – 89 by James Barfoot

Berriew and Trinity: Thomas Jones (1756 – 1807) and his Contemporaries

by Douglas Smith

1990, volume 78

A Cropmark Enclosure and a Sherd of Later Neolithic Pottery from Brynderwen,

Llandyssil, Powys, by Alex Gibson and Chris Musson

Excavations in the Vicinity of Forden Gaer, Powys, 1987, by Kevin Blockley

with Glyn Owen and Wendy Owen

The Christian Origins of Montgomeryshire: An Interpretation by Dr R.W.D.Fenn, FSA,

FRHistS and J.B.Sinclair, FSA Scot

Powis Castle: The Outer Bailey, by C.J.Arnold, BA, PhD

The Demography of Late-Stuart Montgomeryshire, c.1660 – 1720,

by David Jenkins, BA, PhD

The Newtown and

Llanidloes Poor Law Union Workhouse, Caersws, 1837 – 1847, by Brian Owen

1989, volume 77

Llanymynech Hillfort, Powys and Shropshire: Observations on Construction Work, 1981 by C.R. Musson and J.P. Northover

Pit Alignments at Four Crosses, Llandysilio, Powys by Glyn Owen and William Britnell

Pool Road, Montgomery: Excavations within the Medieval Town by Jenny Britnell and Nigel Jones

An Investigation of an Eighteenth Century Montgomeryshire Turnpike and its Origins by James Barfoot

The Berriew Enclosures: Brithdir and the Intercommoning Districts by D.W. Smith

Staylittle School: The Early Years of a Rural School in Wales, 1870-1879 by William Taylor

Chevalier J.Y.W. Lloyd, Burlison and Grylls and the Windows of Llangurig Church: The Relationship of Patron and Manufacturer in Victorian Ecclesiastical Art by James Stirk

1988, volume 76

A collared Urn and Cremation Burial from a Small Upland Cairn near Lan Fawr by William Britnell et al.

The Friends of Montgomeryshire in the Heroic Age by Geraint H. Jenkins

Trewern Hall: Its Owners and Occupiers by Murray Ll. Chapman

Three Welshpool Vicars: The Clergymen of a Victorian Town by the late John Elwyn Davies

1987, volume 75

Montgomeryshire on Old Maps by Ieuan E. Jones

Stream Names of Montgomeryshire by G.G. Evans

The Development of New Clochfaen: The Arts and Crafts Movement and W.A.S. Benson by James Stirk & Roy Fenn

Bryngwyn: A Study of the Impact of Family Settlements, Extravagance and Debt T.M. Humphrey

1986, volume 74

Llwynderw Hall and its Surroundings: Stredalfeden Township by D.W. Smith

The Stamped Tiles of Caersws by G.R. Stephens

The effects of land improvement and the excavations of a Kerb Cairn in an upland area of Mid-Wales by Peter Dorling

Stream Names of the Severn Basin in Montgomeryshire by G.G. Evans

Archaeological Investigations at Lymore Park, Montgomery by C.J. Arnold & P. Reilly

Machynlleth Town Hall Excavations 1983 by James Barfoot

Plas Machynlleth Ice House by James Barfoot

1985, volume 73

Berriew in Stuart Times – Part II by D.W. Smith

Powis Castle: Recent Excavations and Observations by C.J. Arnold

The History of Printing in Montgomeryshire, 1789-1960 by J. Iorwerth Davies

The Enclosure of the Llanidloes and Caersws Commons by Ieuan E. Jones

Stream Names of the Severn Basin in Montgomeryshire by G.G. Evans

Montgomeryshire Politics: Clement Davies and the National Government by J. Graham Jones

An Early Charter of Llanllugan Nunnery by Richard Morgan

1984, volume 72

Berriew in Stuart Times by D.W. Smith

Edward Pugh by M.Ll. Chapman

The History of Printing in Montgomeryshire 1789-1960: Llanfair Caereinion Printers by J.I. Davies

Hugh Jerman by E.R. Morris

Glansevern by E.H.C. Davies

Miscellanea: Llangadfan Church: Llanfechain Tile

Powys Clwyd Archaeological Trust by C.R. Musson

Montgomeryshire Politics by J.Graham Jones

1983, volume 71

Llanfyllin Dissenting Meeting House (Pentre Independent Chapel): The Early Years to 1800 by E.R. Morris

The Cochwillan Williams Connection with Montgomeryshire by M. Ll. Chapman

A Family of Braziers by D.W. Hall and F. Homer

The History of Printing in Montgomeryshire by J.I. Davies

The Arwystli Enclosures 1816-1828 by I.E. Jones

Napoleonic Prisoners of War in Llanfyllin by M.Ll. Chapman

Cadwallader Lewis Davies – Parish Clerk by D.W. Smith

1982, volume 70

The Territorial Divisions of Medieval Montgomeryshire by R. Morgan

William Jones, Dolhywel by E. Roberts

Charles Humphreys of Montgomery and Berriew by C.L.J. Humphreys

The Dolobran Panel by M. Siddons

The History of Printing in Montgomeryshire 1789-1960 by J.I. Davies

Berriew in the Eighteenth Century by D.W. Smith

Ezekial Hughes’s Autobiography by I.C. Peate

Monasteries, Religious Houses and their Properties by E.R. Morris

1981, volume 69

The Territorial Divisions of Medieval Montgomeryshire by R. Morgan

A Late Seventeenth Century Llanfyllin Shopkeeper by D. Jenkins

Lake Names in Montgomeryshire by G. G. Evans

Five Parishes in the Deanery of Cyfeiliog and Mallwyd by J. D. K. Lloyd

The Berriew Enclosures by D. W. Smith

Extract from Montgomeryshire Quarter Sessions held at Llanfyllin, 9th October 1707 by D. W. Smith

The date of the Correspondence between Edward Grey Lord Powis and Thomas Cromwell concerning a trial at Welshpool in the 1530s by W. R. B. Robinson

The Industrial Archaeology of the Montgomeryshire Canal by S. R. Hughes

1980, volume 68

Parliamentary Voting Rights in the Montgomery Boroughs: A Prelude to the 1728 Resolution by J.D. Alsop

The Berriew Enclosures by D.W. Smith

Keel Chapel, Berriew by D.W. Smith

Familiar and Household Structures in the Embryonic Town: Llanfair Caereinion in the Mid-Nineteenth Century by W.T.R. Pryce and J.A. Edwards

The History of Printing in Montgomeryshire 1789-1960 by J.I. Davies

Thesseweit by R. Morgan

A Note on Powis Castle by R. Morgan

Patterns of Religious Worship in Montgomeryshire in the Mid-Nineteenth Century by I. G. Jones

Who was John Herbert the Sheriff? by G.W. Herbert

A Note on a Berriew Map by D.W. Smith

The Wife of Adam Price, Bodfach, Sheriff 1705 by J.W. Davies

The Well-Tower at Montgomery Castle by J.D.K. Lloyd

A Kerry Eccentric by J.D.K. Lloyd

Will of John Lloyd Esq., St Andrew’s, Holborn, Mdx., Son of Charles Lloyd of Dolobran, 1695 by J.W. Davies

1979, volume 67

Montgomery Church by J.D.K. Lloyd

The Social Structure of the Embryonic Town in Rural Wales: Llanfair Caereinion in the Mid-Nineteenth Century by W.T.R. Pryce & J.A. Edwards

A Postscript to ‘Branches of the Blayney Family’ by S.P. Thomas

Mining Activity near Newtown, Powys by T. Morris

Edward Grey, Lord Powis (d.1551): The Last Medieval Lord of Powys by W.R.B. Robinson

1978, volume 66

The History of Printing in Montgomeryshire 1789-1960 by J. Iorwerth Davies

Some Parishes if the Deanery of Cyfeiliog and Mawddwy by J, D. K. Lloyd

Llanwddyn Quakers by E. R. Morris

The Sheriffs of Montgomeryshire from 1676 (contd) by J. D. K. Lloyd

The Vaughan and Strangways Charity and the Llanfyllin Charity Schools by E. R. Morris

White House, Montgomery by J. D. K. Lloyd and Raymond Pidgeon

1977, volume 65

The Foundation of the Borough of Welshpool by R. Morgan

Porth Farm, Caersws by Major E. H. C. Davies

Vaynor Berriew, Montgomeryshire by M. Pinhorn

A Note on the Architecture of Vaynor Park by R. Haslam

John Wilkes PoundleyA Montgomeryshire Architect by J. D.K. Lloyd

A History of Printing in Montgomeryshire, 1789-1960 by J. Iorwerth Davies

A Seventeenth Century Voyager Abroad by Major E. h. C. Davies

1976, volume 64

Branches of the Blayney Family in the XVI and XVII Centuries by S. P. Thomas

The Sheriffs of Montgomeryshire fro 1676 (contd) by J. D. K. Lloyd

A Case Study of Newtown, Montgomeryshire by Lyn Williams

Trewern in Gorddwr by R. Morgan

1973/4, volume 63

Elementary Education in Montgomeryhire (Part 1) by J. Evans

Charles Ashton (1848-1899) by G. M. Ashton

Parliamentary Representation of Montgomeryshire 1728-1868 by Bryn Ellis

Montgomery Town Hall in the Eighteenth Century by J. D. K. Lloyd

Howel Harris and Montgomeryshire by G. M. Roberts

The Sheriffs of Montgomeryshire (contd) by J. D. K. Lloyd

The Lieutenants of Montgomeryshire by J. D. K. Lloyd

Elementary Education in Montgomeryhire (Part 2) by J. Evans

Hen Nantcribba by Enid Roberts

1971/2, volume 62

Robert Owen: the Quest for the New Moral World by J. F. C. Harrison

Chartism in Mid Wales by Owen R. Ashton

The Ecclesiastical History of the Parish of Montgomery by J. D. K. Lloyd

The Seriffs of Montgomeryshire by J. D. K. Lloyd

Education in Montgomeryshire (Part 2) by J. A. Davies

An Atlantic Voyage in 1848 by I. C. Peate

Gregynog before the Year 1900 by The Lord Sudeley

Linguistic interferenc in East Montgomeryshire by Lyn Davies

Excavations at Caer Noddfa, Carno by W. G. Putnam

The Township of Llysun, Carno by I. E. Jones

The Machynlleth Copper Mine by Trevor Morris

Three Effigies in Berriew Church by J. D. K. Lloyd

1969/70, volume 61

Education in Montgomeryshire by J. A. Davies

Excavations at Caersws by C. M. Daniels, G. D. R. Jones and W. G. Putnam

Letters of a Montgomershire Squire by E. H. C. Davies

Llanidloes Market Hall by C. E. Vaughan Owen

The Sheriffs of Montgomeryshire by J. D. K. Lloyd

The Roman Road from Westbury to Forden Gaer by W. G. Putnam

An Essay on Llanidloes 1861 by David Davies

Cil-eos Isaf, a late medieval Montgomeryshire Long House by S. R. Jones

1967/68, volume 60

The Centenary of the Powysland Club, 1867-1967 by J. D. K. Lloyd

Excavations at Castell Bryn Amlwg by L. Alcock, D. J. C. King, W. G. Putnam and C. J. Spurgeon

The Commote of Cyfeiliog in the late Sixteenth Century by Brian M. Evans

Edward Hamer, Llanidloes, 1840-1911 by E. R. Morris

Gwehelyth by Enid Roberts

Excavations at Caersws, 1967: Interim Survey by C. M. Daniels, G. D. B. Jones and W. G. Putnam

Agriculture in Montgomeryshire in the Early Nineteenth Century by J. M. Powell

Montgomeryshire and the Abolition of the Court of Great Sessions 1817-1830 by Marian Henry Jones

The Iron Forges of the Vyrnwy Valley by H. Lloyd

The Industrial Structure of Montgomeryshire in the Early Nineteenth Century by J. M. Powell

Berriew Road School, Welshpoo, 1821-1967 by Owen Thomas

The Sheriffs of Montgomeryshire by J. D. K. Lloyd

Long Account by Grandfather of Several Tours to Carno by Sunter Harrison

1965/66, volume 59

The Castles of Montgomeryshire by C. J. Spurgeon

Eisteddfod Talaith a Chadiar Powys by J. Lloyd Thomas

  1. R. Wythen Baxter, Upper Bryn, Newtown by E. R. Morris

A Short ,Architectural Note on Ystradfaelog, The Bryn and Lower Gwestydd by P. Smith and C. E. V. Owen

Excavations at Caersws, 1966: Iterim Survey by C. M. Daniels, G. D. B. Jones and W. G. Putnam

TheMontgomeryshire Election of 1774 by Peter D. G. Thomas

The Early Methodist Societies in Montgomeryhire by Gomer M. Roberts

1963/64, volume 58

Judge A. J. Johnes, 1808-1871, Patriot and Reformer by Marian Henry Jones

Excavations at YGaer, Llanfair Caereinion by W. G. Putnam

Who were the Montgomeryshire Chartists by E. R. Morris

The Woollen Industry in Montgomeryshire by J. Geraint Jenkins

Richard Griffiths, Mr Case’s Scholar by W. A. Griffiths

Further ‘Hints and Suggestions’: Part VI by R. U. Sayce

The Incumbency of Montgomery under the Commonwealth by J. D. K. Lloyd

Montgomery in the Nineteenth Century by J. D. K. Lloyd

Penarth, A Montgomeryshire Aisled Hal? by P. Smith and C. E. V. Owen

Lead Mining in Eastern Montgomeryshire in 1751 by W. J. Lewis

Montgomeryshire in the Records of the Church in Wales by G. Milwyn Griffiths

Some Catholic Families of Llanfyllin and Welshpool by E. R. Morris

The Lordship of Ceri in 1598 by Melville Richards

1961/62, volume 57

Part 1

Montgomeryshire Turnpike Trusts by R. T. Pritchard

Quakerism in Montgomeryshire (continued) by E. R. Morris

Enclosure and Field Patterns in the Banwy Valley by W. T. Rees Pryce

Excavations at Pen-y-Crocbren by W. G. Putnam

On Tracing a Pedigree by R. H. Blayney

Catalogue of some Blaney Wills by R. H. Blaney

Further ‘Queries, Hints and Suggestiions’: Part IV by R. U. Sayce

Part 2

An attempted conquest of Powys by R. N. Dore

A Cyfeiliog Craftsman by Iorwerth C. Peate

Gwyddgrug Castle, Forden, and the Gorddwr Dispute by C. J. Spurgeon

An Early Nineteenth Century Parish Road Book by J. D. K. Lloyd

The Roman Road from Forden to Caersws by W. G. Putnam

Some extracts from the 1841 and 1851 Census Returns for the Meifod District by William Arthur Griffiths

Further ‘Queries, Hints and Suggestions’: Part III by R. U. Sayce

1959/60, volume 56

Part 1

Notes on various Kyffin Families Residing around Llanfyllin in the 17th Century by W. A. Griffiths

Hafod and Hafodty in Welsh Place-Names, a Semantic Study by Melville Richards

The Robber’s Grave in Montgomery Churchyard by J. D. K. Lloyd

Quakerism in West Montgomeryshire by E. Ronald Morris

Further ‘Queries, Hints and Suggestions’ for the Study of Local History in Powys-land: Part II by R. U. Sayce

Part 2

The Three Rogers Benefactors to Guilsfield Parish by W. A. Griffiths

Wanderings of a Royal Tribe by S. P. Thomas

The Dolobran Famly in Religion and Industry in Montgomeryshire by E. R. Morris

Further ‘Queries, Hints and Suggestions’ for the Study of Local History in Powys-land: by R. U. Sayce

Meifod, Lluest, Cynhaefdy, and Hendre in Welsh Place Names by Melville Richards

Native Settlements in the Banwy Valley by W. T. Rees Pryce

1957/58, volume 55

Part 1

Some notes on Pontrobert near Meifod by W. A. Griffiths

Roman Catholicism in Montgomeryshire by T. B. Trappes-Lomax

The Old Summer Pastures, Part II: Life at the Hafodydd by R. U. Sayce

Non-Conformist Registers of Births, Baptisms, Deaths and Burials by W. A. Giffiths

An Arwystli Notebook, No.4 by C. E. Vaughan Owen

Part 2

Traditional and Renaissance Elements in some late Stuart and early Georgian Half-timbered Houses in Arwystli by P. Smith and C. E. Vaughan Owen

The Old Packhorse Inn, Welshpool by D. B. Hague

Montgomery Town Hall and its Architect by J. D K. Lloyd

Sources for Montgomeyshir Parish Histories in the National Library of Wales by E. D. Jones

Furher ‘Queries, Hints, and Suggestions’ for the Study of Local History in Powys-land by R. U. Sayce

An Arwystli Notebook, No.5 by C. E. Vaughan Owen

Prices of Llanfyllin by T. B. Trappes Lomax

Cloddia Cochion and the Welsh Quakers by A. R. Lewis Saul

1955/56, volume 54

Part 1

The Rural Landscape of Eastern Montgomeryshire by Dorothy Sylvester

The Distribution of the Commons in part of Arwystli at the time of the Enclosure by J. G. Thomas

An Arwystli Notebook, No.2 by C. E. Vaughan Owen

The Vicars of Trefeglwys by C. E. Vaughan Owen

Some Fifteenth Century Welsh Poetry relating to Montgomeryshire by E. D. Jones

Pontysgawrhyd, Montgomeryshire by D. B. Hague

On Vanishing Lesser Landmarks by W. A. Griffiths

The Study of Farm Names by R. U. Sayce

Part 2

The Study of Place Names by Melville Richards

Fifteenth and Sixteenth Century Lords of the Manor of Broniarth by W. A. Griffiths

The Vicars of Llangurig by C. E. Vaughan Owen

The Old Summer Pastures by R. U. Sayce

A ‘Grotesque’ in Llandinam Church by W. J. Hemp

Some Notes on various Kyffin Families residing around Llanfyllin in the 17th Century by W. A. Griffiths

Additional Notes on Pontysgawrhyd, Meifod by D. B. Hague

An Arwystli Notebook, No.3 by C. E. Vaughan Owen

A Montgomery New Year Song by J. D. K. Lloyd

1953/54, volume 53

Part 1

Some Fifteenth Century Welsh Poetry relating to Montgomeryshire, II, by E. D. Jones

The 150th Anniversary of the Death of Ann Griffiths, of Dolwar Fach, the Hymn Writer by W. A. Griffiths

Abernodwydd: A Montgomeryshire Timber-framed House by Iorwerth Peate

Local Government in Llanymnech in the Nineteenth Century by A. Bailey Williams

An Arwystli Note-Book by C. E. Vaughan Owen

Need Years and Need Foods by R. U. Sayce

An Early 19th Century Apprentice’s Indenture by J. D. K. Lloyd

Part 2

An Appreciation of . . . 15th Century Poetry relating to Montgomeryshire by W. A. Griffiths

Some Aspects of Village Culture in Montgomeryshire, in the latter part of the 19th Century by A. Bailey Williams

Two Figures from the Rood at Mochdre, Montgomeryshire by J. D. K. Lloyd

Notes on Richard Tudor, the Welshpool Benefactor (1657-1743), and some of his Present-day Representatives by W. A. Griffiths

‘The Otter’ in Wales and North West Europe by R. U. Sayce

1951/52, volume 52

Part 1

Some Fifteenth Century Welsh Poetry relating to Montgomeryshire, I, by E. D. Jones

The Drapers of Shrewsbury and the Welshpool Flannel Market in the Seventeenth Century by D. J. Evans

Some Cyfeiliog Manorial Customs by Elwyn Evans

An Acount of Arthur Vaughan of Trederwen Hall, Arddleen, Sheriff of Montgomeryshire, 1691 by W. A. Griffiths

Some more Notes on the Vicars of Kerry by J. B. Willans

Customs and Traditions concened with Sickness, Death and Burial in Montgomeryshire in the late 19th Century by A. Bailey Williams

Bishop’s Castle Turnpike Trustees in East Montgomeryhire and the Border by F. Lavender

The Church Covenant of Yr Hen Gapel, Llanbrynmair by Robert Evans

Notes on an Early 18th Century Account Book of the Family of Davies of Trewylan, Llansantffraid by W A. Griffiths

Part 2

Education in Montgomeryshire in the late Nineteenth Century by A. Bailey Williams

Six Glass Amorial Shields in Meifod Church by J. D. K. Lloyd

Milking and Dairying by R. U. Sayce

Notes on some of the Descendants of Henry Kyffin by W. A. Griffiths

1949/50, volume 51

Part 1

The Records of the Abbey of Strata Marcella by J. Conway Davies

Arwystli and Cyfeiliog in the Sixteenth Century by Elwyn Evans

Some Notes on the Earlier Records of the Manor of Deytheur by W. A. Griffiths

A Centenary Tribute to the Memory of Mr John Griffiths of Keel (1757-1843) by W. A. Griffiths

Notes on John Griffiths, Artist by C. H. Humphreys

Y Domen Castell by Robert Richards

Derwenlas by J. H. Evans

The Rev. Walter Davies, MA (Gwallter Mechain), 1762-1849 by Robert Richards

Part 2

The Herbert Tomb in Montgomery Church by J. D. K. Lloyd

Courtship and Marriage in the late 19th Century in Montgomeryshire by Mrs A. Bailey Williams

A Hundred Years of Transport by C. Newman Humphreys

Some Documents Relating to Nonconformity in Montgomeryshire by Elwyn Evans

Old Fireside Stories and their History by R. U. Sayce

Strata Marcella Documents by J. Conway Davies

Some Account of John Reynolds (died 1626) and Lewis Reynolds (died 1624) by W. A. Griffiths

References to Montgomeryshire Clergy from 1500 by J. B. Willans

1947/48, volume 50

Part 1

The Organisation and Development of Folk Studies by R. U. Sayce

Tickinhill Folk Museum by J. F. Parker

Notes on Montgomeryshire Farming in the 19th Century by Mrs A. Bailey Williams

An Interesting Variegated Oak in Powis Castle Park by P. W. Carter

Medicinal and Poisonous Plants by W. O. Howarth

Some Observations on a Colony of Water Voles by Fred Dean

Tomen y Maerdy by Robert Richards

Schedule of Manuscripts

From a Deytheur Farm to the Guildhall and a Royal Castle by W. A. Griffiths

French Wall Paintings at Llanfyllin by J. D. K. Lloyd

The Seasonal Bonfires (Part i) by R. U. Sayce

Welsh Calendar Customs

Part 2

Notes on an Inscribed Tomb-Cover in Llanymynech Churchyard by E. Glasgow

The Education and Social Development of Childhood and Youth in the Late Nineteenth Century by Mrs A. Bailey Williams

‘Richard Griffiths of County Montgomery, gent.,Mr Case’s Scholar’ by W. A. Griffiths

The Rectors of Montgomery by J. D. K. Lloyd

Sycharth by Robert Richards

The Seasonal Bonfires (Part ii) by R. U. Sayce

Ecclesiastical History: an Essay Review by Robert Richards

1945/46, volume 49

Part 1

The Mediaeval Castles of North Montgomeryshire (Part III) by Robert Richards

Select Montgomeryshire Deeds: Henry VIII to Elizabeth by the late Professor E. A Lewis

Traps and Snares by R. U. Sayce

Lordships and Manors in the County of Montgomery by J. Conway Davies

Two More Montgomeryshire Crafts by Mrs A. Bailey Williams

Observations on the Flora of Plynlimmon by Pryce W. Carter

Miscellany by A. Stanley Davies

Part 2

The Mediaeval Castles of North Montgomeryshire (Part IV) by Robert Richards

Giraldus Cambrensis and Powys by J. Conway Davies

The Royal Borough of Montgomery-Admission of Burgesses 1783-1879 by J. D. K. Lloyd

Botanical Explorations in Montgomeryshire by Pryce W. Carter

Manorial Documents Relating to the Manor of Broniarth, 1563-1773 by the late Professor E. A Lewis

The Lloyds of Montgomery by J. D. K. Lloyd

Bread Making in Montgomeryshire by Mrs A. J.Bailey Williams

Food Through the Ages by R. U. Sayce

Home Made Whistles by Mrs A. J. Bailey Williams

1943/44, volume 48

Part 1

Two Montgomeryshire Craftsmen by Iorwerth C. Peate

Leet Proceedings of the Manor of Arwystli Uwchoed at the National Library of Wales: 1802 to 1819 by the late Professor E. A. Lewis

The Work of the Powys-Land Club by R. U. Sayce

Montgomeryshire Manorial Records in theNational Library of Wales by J. Conway Davies

Powysland Museum Notanda by the late R. E. Owen

Mementoes of Garibaldi by J. M. Pearson

Part 2

Montgomery Church by J. D. K. Lloyd

The Powis Castle Manuscript Collections in the National Library by J. Conway Davies

Museums and the Community by Iorwerth C. Peate

The Medieval Castles of North Montgomeryshire: A Topographical Survey by Robert Richards

Llanfair Caereinion in the early Nineteenth Century by Charles H. Humphreys

Leet Proceedings of the Borough of Newtown at the National Library of Wales 1665 to 1683 by by the late Professor E. A. Lewis

John Tibbot, Clock and Watch Maker by Iorwerth C. Peate

Popular Festivals and the Farmers Year by R. U. Sayce

Some Montgomeryshire Crafts in the Nineteenth Century by Mrs A. Bailey Williams

Preceding volumes are available online – see above.

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