The Francis Jones Archive

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Known Articles by Major Francis Jones

The following are in our possession, and do not include all short stories, speeches, essays, or addresses as yet not catalogued, or his books published or unpublished, or any ‘rest of Wales’ material which is still unlisted and unexplored.

There are 337 Articles in this Index

  1. Aberglasney and its families

  2. Agrian Disorders in Pembrokeshire

  3. Allt y Ferin

  4. Alltycadno, a Carmarthenshire Country house and its families

  5. Ammanford Notes on

  6. Ancient Blood – Pembrokeshire

  7. Ancient Monuments in Carmarthenshire

  8. Anglesey Pioneer. A 17th Century – unhonoured and unsung

  9. Annals of a Yeoman Family

  10. Annals of Muddlescwm.

  11. Antiquary – In the Footsteps of an

  12. Approach to Welsh Genealogy and Heraldry

  13. Arma Virtumque Cano

  14. Arms of Fifteen Noble Tribes of Northern Wales

  15. Art Schools in Wales

  16. Atodiad

  17. Austin Canons and Grey Friars of Carmarthen

  18. Bangeston and its Families

  19. Bees. Article on

  20. Blaenbylanin

  21. Blaiddbwll and its families

  22. Boar’s Head The

  23. Bonds – Welsh – for Keeping the Peace, 1283 and 1295

  24. Boulton of Boulton Hill

  25. Boundaries of the Lordships of Catheiniog and Maenordeilo

  26. Bowen of Pentre Ifan and Llwynwair. Pembrokeshire Hist. 1979

  27. Bowen of Trefloyne

  28. Bowen of Upton Castle

  29. Box Tree, The – Short story

  30. Brawdy Church & its background

  31. Bremenda

  32. Caerfyddin

  33. Caldey

  34. Cambrian Superstitions

  35. Candlemakers of Haverford

  36. Cardiganshire Election Songs

  37. Cardiganshire Families, Old

  38. Cardiganshire Militia

  39. Cardiganshire, Two Illustrious sons of

  40. Carew, Old Gent of

  41. Carmarthen Castle Tower – What Demolition Revealed

  42. Carmarthen Charities

  43. Carmarthen Market

  44. Carmarthen Town, Local Study of

  45. Carmarthenshire

  46. Carmarthenshire and the Doctors

  47. Carmarthenshire Election Song

  48. Carmarthenshire in the 18th Century

  49. Carms Art. Society

  50. Carmarthenshire, Eminent Men of

  51. Carmarthenshire Hunt,

  52. Carmarthenshire in 18th Century

  53. Carmarthenshire Magistrates, Notes on

  54. Carnachen Wen

  55. Carnachenwen, The Lay Manor

  56. Castell Gorford – Experience at

  57. Castle villa. Pembrokeshire Hist. 1981

  58. Castlebythe

  59. Castlemartin – Customs and Manners of – 1592

  60. Castlemartin Yeomanry, The

  61. Cawdor Castle

  62. Cayo, The Manor of

  63. Cefn Arthen, The Affair of

  64. Chief Rents of the Comncote(?) of Iscennen – 1751

  65. Child Herald – A Reminiscence

  66. Cockfighting in Montgomeryshire

  67. Cockfighting in Wales

  68. Cofrestu Tai Cyrddau a Phregethwyr yn Sir Gaerfyrddin

  69. College of Arms, A Catalogue of Welsh Manuscripts in the

  70. Colours of Wales

  71. Corporal Davies goes to War. Letters tell of Crimean Campaign.

  72. County Borough of Carmarthenshire

  73. County Records Office

  74. Crime, The Perfect

  75. Crimean Campaign – see Corporal Davies goes to War

  76. Crusaders, In the Steps of the

  77. Curses Notes on – see also Trecwn

  78. Cwm – (Coomb) Carmarthenshire Hist. 1970

  79. Cwmwdig and its families

  80. Cwmgwili and its Families.

  81. Daniel Davis, Dr. David

  82. Daniel Gwynne – (Fascinating diary included)

  83. Devil in Dyfed

  84. Dewsland – Plans and Sketches

  85. Dewsland Lordships and Manors

  86. Dewsland Nocturne

  87. Dyffryn Wdig

  88. Diana of the Chase

  89. Diaries, Miscellaneous

  90. Diary of a Dr’s Wife, Carmarthenshire History, 1981.

  91. Diary of J. Johnes, 64th Foot

  92. Dissent and Disaffection in Pembrokeshire

  93. Dorothy Lady Lisburne.

  94. Duels, Notes on 

  95. Dwnn Triptych

  96. Dyfed, Family Tales from

  97. Dyfed, Welsh and Norman in the Early Ruling Families of

  98. Dynasty of Powys.

  99. Dynevor Heraldic Pedigrees Parts 1 & 2

  100. Edwinsford – see Williams of

  101. Election Song. Old Carmarthenshire

  102. Elliott of Earweare and Narberth

  103. Evans of Tancredston

  104. Families of Llanelli Old

  105. Families of Wales, Old 2 versions.

  106. 2nd versions with special reference to the 18 Century

  107. Families, Two Border

  108. Family, Meet the – lecture

  109. Family Trees, Welsh

  110. Family Trees, Welsh Genealogical Attitudes

  111. Farmer, A Carmarthenshire of Long Ago

  112. Farmers of Bygone Pembrokeshire

  113. Farming Activities of a West Wales Family

  114. Farming Heritage of Carmarthenshire

  115. Fishguard and Goodwick

  116. Fishguard, Invasion of

  117. Ford of Court, Berry and Pembroke

  118. Fugitive, Trail of the

  119. Garden of Wales – In the

  120. Gellidywyll – A Cardiganshire Family south of the Teifi

  121. Gelliswick and its Families

  122. Ghosts Notes on

  123. Golden Grove – Cadets of, Parts 1, 2, 3, 4

  124. Golden Grove Chronicles of – and Earl of Carbery

  125. Golden Grove Essay on

  126. Great House Among the Trees

  127. Green Castle. Annals of an old Manor House

  128. Greenslade Childs, The Revd Chancellor Derek

  129. Grey Friars – Departed Glories of the

  130. Griffith of Penybenglog

  131. Gwendreath Valley, Old Houses of the

  132. Gwynedd, The Heraldry of

  133. Gwynn of Gwempa

  134. Harries of Tregwynt

  135. Hawksbrook, The Squire of

  136. Henry of Monmouth and Agincourt

  137. Heraldic Legends, Notes on

  138. Heraldic Studies, Welsh

  139. Heraldry in Wales, Royal and Princely

  140. Heraldry, Introduction to

  141. Hermitage on the Hillside, Tale of a

  142. Hirlas Horn, The

  143. Holy Sepulchre, Knights of the

  144. Hugh Thomas, Deputy Herald

  145. Human Element in Carmarthenshire History.

  146. Investiture, The Historical Background to the

  147. James Howell, Son of the Vicarage

  148. James of Pantsaison – 3 short articles

  149. Jones of Llether

  150. Jordanston in Dewisland

  151. Kidwelly, Notes on

  152. Kilciffith and Cwrt, Later Families of

  153. Kilgetty – A Pembrokeshire Mansion

  154. King’s Sojourn in Carmarthenshire

  155. Lacques and its Families

  156. Land Tax Assessments for 1786, The Pembrokeshire

  157. Landlord, An Absentee

  158. Laugharne, Notes on

  159. Lay Manors of the Bishopric H. J. Church in Wales

  160. Leek, The

  161. Legend of Tradition, The – whole book

  162. Legends and Folk Tales – Book of

  163. Lewis of Henllan

  164. Lewys Dwnn and the Parsons

  165. Llettygariad

  166. Lisburne – See Dorothy Lady Lisburne

  167. Literary Tradition of Carmarthenshire, The

  168. Llandeilo

  169. Llandeilo Abercywyn, The Old Mansion of

  170. Llandovery Notes on

  171. Llanelli – Notes on Art & Literature in Llanelli

  172. Llangunnor booklet

  173. Llanreithan, The Squires of

  174. Llanreithan

  175. Llanstephan, Notes on

  176. Llanstinan

  177. Llanwarren

  178. Llawhaden, The Sequestration of the Barony of

  179. Llechdwnni Revisited

  180. Llether Llesty

  181. Lloyd and Meres of Llanstephan

  182. Lloyd of Cilciffith. Pembrokeshire

  183. Lloyd of Danyrallt

  184. Lloyd of Gilfachwen and Coedmore

  185. Lloyd of Hendre & Cwmgloyne

  186. Lloyd of Plβs Llanstephan and Lacques.

  187. Lloyd of Wenallt

  188. Llwybrau Hyfrydwch

  189. Llwynfortune

  190. Llwyngorras

  191. Llysnewydd

  192. Local History and Sources Lecture on

  193. Lord Ranelagh – unknown

  194. Lordships and Manors of Dewsland – 3 Parts

  195. Lore of the Landed Gentry

  196. Lort of Eastmoor

  197. Lort of Pricaston

  198. Lort of Stackpole

  199. Mabws Fawr

  200. Manor of Cayo

  201. Manordeifi, A book on

  202. Manorowen

  203. Mariners Fox

  204. Markets of Bygone Wales

  205. Mathais of Llangwarren

  206. Mathry Tithe Suite, The

  207. Medieval Records relating to the Diocese of St. Davids

  208. Methodists

  209. Minstrel from little England

  210. Miss Jennings Abroad – (See Diary of a Young Lady of Fashion)

  211. Mr. Gulston, Mr. Peel and the Javelin Men

  212. Myrddin and the Old Oak

  213. Mystery in the Valley of Legend

  214. Nash, The Hand of Nash in West Wales

  215. New Wine and Old Bottles

  216. Nodiadau ar y Morafiaid – Moravians

  217. Noyadd Trefawr

  218. Domus Antiqua

  219. Old Customs

  220. Oliver Cromwell, Notes on

  221. Order Book 1569 – 1627, Report on the

  222. Order of St. Johns

  223. Our Lord – In the Steps of

  224. Owen of Orielton Pembrokeshire

  225. Panthowel, Carmarthenshire

  226. Parish Histories, The Importance of

  227. Parliamentry History of Wales

  228. Parsele, Diaries of

  229. Pedair Ewyllys Gymraeg o’r Ddeunawfed.

  230. Pembrey Court and a Tale of Continuity

  231. Pembrokeshire from Norman Times

  232. Pembrokeshire Pigs

  233. Pembrokeshire Estate, Records of a 16th century

  234. Pembrokeshire, Ghosts 2 eerie experiences

  235. Pembrokeshire Historical Notes

  236. Pembrokeshire Land Tax. 1786

  237. Pembrokeshire, Life in Bygone

  238. Pencaer Early Home of Dewi Emrys

  239. Penybanc, The Twin Mansions of

  240. Philipps of Pentyparc

  241. Philipps of Picton

  242. Pibwrlwyd.

  243. Picton Castle and the Philippses

  244. Picton, The Pagentry of

  245. Picton, The Tribulations of

  246. Plβs Llandybie

  247. Poems by Francis Jones

  248. Pointz Castle, History of

  249. Pontfaen, The families of

  250. Porthwrydd/Bertllanywyll, The Families of

  251. Portraits and Pictures in Old Carmarthenshire Houses

  252. Prince of Wales, God Bless the

  253. Prince of Wales – Mr. Jones, A forgotten Prince of Wales

  254. Prince of Wales, Historical Background of the

  255. Princes of Wales, The Kingdoms and

  256. Quarter Sessions, A Brief review with special reference to Carmarthenshire

  257. Rent Roll of Carmarthenshire Corp. 1678

  258. Rent Roll of the Temporalities of the See of St. Davids

  259. Reynold of Treglemais

  260. Rhys of Dynevor

  261. Rickeston and Scotsborough

  262. Roll of Wards – of the Lords Marcher of Kemes

  263. Royal Welsh, Birth of the

  264. Rural Roundabout

  265. Sacred Sites and Holy Wells

  266. Sea Serjeants, Society of

  267. Short Stories

  268. Sir Grismond Philpps – an appreciation

  269. Sir Rhys ap Thomas and the Knights of St. John

  270. Slebech Notes, Some Further

  271. Smugglers and Pirates

  272. Social Life in Bygone Pembrokeshire, Glimpses of

  273. Son of Dewsland.

  274. Sport and Sportsmen of Bygone Pembrokeshire

  275. Squareson, A Pembrokeshire

  276. Squire of Anglesey

  277. St Ishmaels, Lost Lands of. In Welsh and English.

  278. St. Edrins

  279. Stackpole Court. 3 essays

  280. Stone Hall, Squires of

  281. Stradey Old House of

  282. Subaltern of the 9th Foot

  283. Subaltern of the 9th Foot. Pembrokeshire

  284. Subsidy of 1292

  285. Swansea Market

  286. Tale of Three Homesteads

  287. Tale of Two Mansions

  288. Taliaris

  289. Talley 1725, Customs of the Lordship or Manor of

  290. Talycrwth and Panthowell in the parish of Trelech a’r Bettws, The Families of

  291. Tancred of Dudwell and Lewston

  292. Tancredston

  293. Thomas of Tremoillet

  294. Thomas Skeel, Marching with

  295. Timothy Richards – Baptist

  296. Towy, The Valley of the Towy was the gateway to Mid and West Wales

  297. Tradition – The Handmaid of History

  298. Trecadwgan

  299. Trecwn

  300. Trecwn, A 15th Century Curse on

  301. Tredduog

  302. Trefenty

  303. Trefgarn Owen

  304. Trefloyne

  305. Treglemais

  306. Trelewelyn

  307. Tremoillet

  308. Trenichol

  309. Trevine, The Episcopal Manor of 1967

  310. Trinity College, Notes on

  311. United Counties Hunters Society

  312. Vaughan of Cystanog

  313. Vaughans of Golden Grove

  314. Victorian Bishop of Llandaff. National Library of Wales 1975

  315. Wales and Waterloo

  316. Walters of Perthcereint

  317. Warrens of Trewern.

  318. Waterloo – see Wales and Waterloo

  319. Wells of Ceredigion

  320. Wells, Holy of Pembrokeshire

  321. Wells of St. Davids.

  322. Welsh Cleric, The Personality of a

  323. Welsh Interiors 1 & 2

  324. White of Henllan.

  325. Wilkin of Trevine

  326. Williams, D. J., The Works of

  327. Williams Family of St. Davids

  328. Williams of Edwinsford Parts 1 & 2

  329. Williams of Gumfreston

  330. Williams of Treyarched

  331. Wills (4) from the 18th Century

  332. Witch of Nantelle

  333. Witchcraft in West Wales

  334. Women – Welsh – in History

  335. Wynnstay in 1683 – 1686

  336. Young Lady of Fashion Parts 1 & 2

  337. Ystrad Corrig and Glangwili

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