100. Pontlliw Village Hall http://www.pvh-online.org.uk/
101 RAF Bomber Command 60th Anniversary
102 Commonwealth Air Forces Memorial, Malta
103 Gowerton School – Gowertonian Society
104 Air Crew Remembrance Society
105 Operation Market Garden From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
106. Shropshire casualties and aircraft crashes
107. Carmarthen County War Memorial, Pontarddulais War Memorial
108 Penllergare Trust – Have your say contributor Don Maddox
109 BLACK ARMY/AIR CORPS UNITS STATIONED IN THE UNITED KINGDOM
(as of 30 June 1944) Black US Troops. Researched and submitted by Phil Grinton
111 Memories of Denis Fowley Farm hand at Llys Nini 1964. Gwlad Nini Project
112 The Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Wal http://www.coflein.gov.uk/en/site/300179/details/UNIGATE+DAIRY%3BHAFOD+DAIRY,+MORFA+ROAD,+SWANSEA/
113. Deric John unpublished e mail – project research: July 2011 Deric John
Sent: 20 July 2011 10:48 Subject: Re: Eninni, Einon and Enniaun.
I have searched extensively for Ninny as a hypocoristic form for Einon but to no avail. Variants of Einon include : Enion, Enniaun, Enian, Inon, Inion, Eignon, Egnon, Onion, Onnyons etc. Unnion, Anyan etc. Hypocoristic forms include: Enod, Einyn; the usual pet form of Einon was Einws. There was also Eneas and Eines or Eynes. There is however one example only - of Ennynow - a Dafydd ap Griff' ab Ennynow from Caernarfon docs. This is a tenuous link BUT with further research we may establish a more substantial case for Ennyni being a form of Einon. Deric.
114. History of New England Baptists: By Isaac Backus, David Weston
115 Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ilston_Book
118 Iolo Manuscripts quoted by Mary Jones. http://www.maryjones.us/ctexts/ttexts.html
119. Memories of Val Thomas Pontarddulais http://www.bbc.co.uk/wales/southwest/sites/ww2/pages/val_thomas.shtml
124 Bryan Taylor The Watermills of the Lordship of Gower, Minerva, The Royal Institution of South Wales, Swansea Museum
126 Catalogue of the Neath Antiquarian Society .
Cited sources in the above.
1420-1480. Gwaith Llawdden (Gol. R. Iestyn Daniel, Aberystwyth 2006.) Moliant Ieuan Gwyn ap Gwilym Fwyaf o Bryscedwyn a Goleuddydd. P117. Ieuan Gwyn was born c1370. p239.
1447-1487. Gwaith Lewys Glyn Cothi (Gol Dafydd Johnston, Caerdydd 1995.) Moliant Dafydd ap Tomas. ‘ p213 …mae’r oesai cadarn ym Mryscedwyn.’ p214. Dafydd was the grandson of Ieuan Gwyn. ‘Dafydd ap Tomas ab Ieuan Gwyn o Fryscedwin.’ p569.
1559. Glamorgan Wills. P. Riden. 80. Will of Genet Williams of Swansey. ‘….one tenement of land in the parish of Llandilo called Preskedwen in the occupation of Thomas Lewis Goz (pronounced goch) and William Lewis Goz, all my lands in the hands of Rees David ap Jevan Goz,………’
[Genet Williams, widow of Owen ap Jevan, is undoubtedly the daughter of William ap Dafydd ap Thomas ap Ieuan Gwyn,. see Bartrum 34(A2) ‘14. William etc. & - Jenet = Owain ap Ien Las of Glyntawe’] (14. is c 1460-1500)
1578. Rice Merrick. ‘Pryscedwyn, the house of Thomas ab Ieuan Gwyn ap Gwilym Ddu, and so lineally to Gruffydd Gwyr. Now purchased by John ap Rhys ab Ieuan* of (from) Queen Elizabeth. By Cwrtycarnau stood an old chapel lately decayed, but now repaired by John ap Rhys.’
‘Hamlets: Glinlochor, Penybont ar Ddylays, Gwenllays, Priskedwen’.
‘The vicarage of the Prince’s gift.’
* (John Price. He was Merrik’s brother-in-law, having married Elizabeth, daughter of Christopher Fleming of Flemingston)
[Rice Merrick, Morganiae Archaiographia, edited by Brian Ll. James. pp.120, 184.]
1583. Survey. ‘Hopkinnus Jon Thomas David ap Hopkins tenet cert’ terr’ apud Pryskedwynne et reddit p’annum.’
1584-5. Peniarth 120.
1650. Survey. Mr Walter Lloyd for Pryskedwin.
1692. Rents. Walter Lloyd gent. for for a tenement called Briskedwin now in possession.
1692. Rents. John Meyricke gent. & John Bevan for a tenement called Briscedwin now in their possession.
1694. Will of Elizabeth Howell (nee Lloyd) widow of Carmarthen. Names – Prysg Edwyn; P. Meyricke, Vicar of Llandilotalybont. [Elizabeth Lloyd of Prysgedwin married John Howell of Llandeilo talybont in 1676 (PR)]
1707. Will of Peter Meyricke, clerk. ‘..to my sone John Meiricke a certaine tenement of lande called priskedwin in the possession? of John Walter and Susan his wife, alsoe one tenement of lande called Bolgoad by lease granted to me by William Seys of Killan, Esq. Signed Revd John Meyricke re Llandilotalybont.
1719. Will of Anne Lloyd, late wife of Walter Lloyd of Briskedwyn.
1745. Will of John Thomas. Land of John Meyrick late deceased called Ty yn y coed ycha otherwise Prisk Edwin.
1763. Will of William Mathew of Nidfiwch fach, Llangevelach, Tailor. Money owed to him by William David of priskedwin.
1771. Will of William Lloyd of Briskedwin. ‘I give and bequeath all the Real Estate that I have in the world both in England and Wales to my nephew William Harris and after his lifetime to his brother Walter Harries’. The Estate was to pay his brother Richard Lloyd ten pounds a year, and likewise ten pounds to his niece Sage Lloyd. The will was proved in Canterbury in 1771 to Walter Harris. [This basically was the end of the house of the Lloyds of Priscedwyn.]
128. The Lives of the British Saints: The Saints of Wales, Cornwall and Irish Saint, Volume 2 page 98 By S. Baring-Gould, John Fisher
129. The Giants of Wales and Their Dwellings Sion Dafydd Rhys, ca. 1600
Peniarth MS 118 f.829-837
130. Interview Michael Jones, long term labourer at Llys Nini and lodger. 2011.
131. Gower Vol. 9, 1956 Glebe House, Cheriton
132 Lewis 1969
133, Ling & Ling 1973 & 1979;
134 , Marvell & Owen-John 1997
135 A Research Framework for the Archaeology of Wales Southeast Wales – Roman, key sites 22/12/2003 www.archaeoleg.org.uk
136 Roman Roads in Southeast Wales A Report for Cadw GGAT 2004/073 Andy Sherman BA and Edith Evans BA phD MIFA
137 Rivet, A L F & Smith, C 1979 The place-names of Roman Britain. London p 174-5
138 A Research Framework for the Archaeology of Wales Southeast Wales – Roman, key sites 22/12/2003 www.archaeoleg.org.uk ( formally ref 10 in Romans)
139. An historic and picturesque guide from Clifton, through the counties of Monmouth, Glamorgan, and Brecknock, with representations of ruins, interesting antiquities, &c. &c (Printed by Fenley & Baylis) 1804 G. W. MANBY, Es.
HOTWELlS, CLiFTON J
140. Lives of the British Saints, vol iii. S Faustus, Bishop Confessor
Knights Hospitaller http://www.templarhistory.com/hospital.html
In search of |Nydfwch and the Matthews Family. Jeff Childs Gower Journal
141 Interview Frazer Gardiner Engineer building M4 Pontarddulais Bypass 1974 -78
142 Interview Hugh Jones Engineer building M4 Pontarddulais Bypass 1974 -78 and local public liaison official.
143. Interviews with Sion Alun, son of Mabel and Vic Thomas, resident at Llys Nini from 1958 to 1992
144. Interview with Mrs Mair Mosford nee Erazmus of Penderi Cottages.
145. Motorway Archives. http://www.ukmotorwayarchive.org/
146. Brut y Tywysogion
Jesus MS 111 (Red Book of Hergest) translated by Mary Jones http://www.maryjones.us/ctexts/brut_y_tywysogion.html
147. A HISTORY OF WALES FROM THE EARLIEST TIMES TO THE
EDWARDIAN CONQUEST BY JOHN EDWARD LLOYD, M.A.
PROFESSOR OF HISTORY IN THE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF NORTH WALES, BANOOR
IN TWO VOLUMES VOL. I LONGMANS, GREEN, AND CO. 1911 reprinted Bibliolife