Cymdeithas Hanes Ceredigion

H – Mynegai i Geredigion I-X

Mynegai i gyfrolau 1-10 Cylchgrawn Cymdeithas Hynafiaethwyr Ceredigion

Golygwyd gan William H Howells

N.B. Roedd fersiwn ddigidol y mynegai hwn yn cynhyrchu trwy sganio, ac mae’n debygol bod rhai gwallau cydnabyddiaeth testun bach yn bresennol. Os nad ydych yn siŵr, cyfeiriwch at gopi wedi’i argraffu o’r Mynegai.

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Cofrestriadau sy’n dechrau gyda ‘H’

  • Habakkuk, Hrothgar J., Llandysul, rector, v:431
  • Hafan, mine works, viii:357
  • hafod, i:34,36; iii:107; iv:350,402; v:247; viii:106; ix:1, 3-8, 16, 18-25; x:118
  • Hafod
    • church school, ii:145,151,155
    • school for girls
      • see Hafod : ysgol i ferched
    • ysgol i ferched, vi:55
  • Hafod, ysgoldy, vi:49,50
  • Hafod Arms, iv:30
  • Hafod Arms Hotel, Devil’s Bridge, viii:336
  • Hafod Arms Inn, vii:219,222
  • Hafod Gruffydd, ix:20
  • Hafod Las, Llanddewibrefi, ix:7
  • Hafod Newydd, Llansanffraid, iii:129, 131
  • Hafod Peris, Llansanffraid, iii:129,154
  • Hafod-rhyddid, ix:20
  • Hafod Rhyddid, ix:20
  • Hafod Uchtryd, v:19; vi:417; x:3
    • afforestation, iv:232; vi:309-19
    • architectural development, 1786-1807, vii:152-69
    • architectural development,1807-82, vii:215-29
    • argraffwasg, viii:204
    • bibliography, iv:302-03
    • botanical records, i:82
    • Chambers period, vii:225
    • Cockerell’s visit, x:64
    • fire (1807), vii:215
    • Handel’s visit, iii:337-43
    • Hoghton period, vii:222-5
    • libraries, vii:158-61,163,164,216-17,220
    • map, ii:268
    • Newcastle period, vii:219-22
    • Octagon library, vii:216,220
    • printing
      • see Hafod Uchtryd : argraffwasg
    • ruins, ii:171
    • sale catalogues, 1832 and 1855, vii:217
    • soil types, vi:312
    • visit of Sir James Edward Smith, i:81-2
    • Waddingham period, vii:225-6
  • Hafod wen, Cribyn
    • corn mill, vi:97
  • Hafod-wen, grange of Strata Florida, i:103-04; vi:342; ix:5
  • Hafod wnnog, v:248
  • Hafod-wnog-isa, ix:22
  • Hafod Wynog Isaf, iii:147
  • Hafod Wynog Uchaf, iii:131,147
  • Hafod-yr-onwg (Hafod-ronwn ), ix:20
  • hafotai, vii:260
  • hafotir, ix:3,4,5
  • hafoty, ix:3,6-8,16,23
  • Hakelut, Edward
    • and Lampeter, iv:136
  • Haldane Commission, vi:371-2
  • Half Moon, Llandysul, ii:115; viii:28
  • Half Way, Taliesin, tafarn (public house), x:24
  • Hall (‘Rhal), Llangrannog, iii:234
  • Hall, Ann, Aberystwyth, maid, x:28.3
  • Hall, Benjamin Edward, viii:91
  • Hall, Cuthbert Collingwood, viii:91
  • Hall, Edward, M. D, ., viii:91
  • Hall, Edward Crompton Lloyd, iii.-91
  • Hall,Elizabeth née Crompton, viii:91
  • Hall, Harry, Llandysul, iv:177,179
  • Hall, James, ship’s surgeon, viii:321
  • Hall, Miss M., botanist, i:92
  • Hall, Richard Braithwaite, viii:91
  • Hall, W. R, viii:408
  • Hall, William James Benjamin, viii:91
  • Hall, Willie, Llandysul, iv:177
  • Halse, Thos, Cornish mine worker, ix:234
  • halsingod, v:382; viii:448, 449, 450, 451, 452, 462, 463, 468
  • Hamer, Canon E. Lee, Cardigan, vicar, ii:209
  • Haminiog
    • enclosure petitions, viii:109
  • Haminiog, grange, iii:196
  • Hancock, Robert, Cwmystwyth, viii:428
  • Handel, George Frideric, iii:337-43
  • Hanes Aberaeron, v:364
  • Hanes Castell-newydd-yn-Emlyn, v-.363
  • Hanes Eglwysi Annibynnol Cymru, vi:48
  • Hanes Hen Gapel Llanbrynmair (I. C. Peate), viii:42
  • Hanes Plwyf Llandybie (Gomer M. Roberts), viii:42
  • Hanes Plwyf Llandyssul, viii:38,47
  • Hanes Plwyf Llangeler a Phenboyr, viii:38
  • Hanes Plwyf Llangunllo, viii:38
  • Hanes Taliesin, viii:414-15; ix:53-7
  • Hanes y Byd a’r Amseroedd (1718), viii:439,456
  • Hanmer, Dafydd, x:235
  • Hanmer, John, Llanfihangel y Creuddyn. iv:97
  • Hannah, vessel, vi:208,214,223
  • Hannah Crown Fach, Llandysul, ii:115
  • Hanson, Carl, bookbinder
    • and Cardiganshire Labour Party, ix:151, 152, 153, 154, 155, 158 .
  • Harbounnaster Hotel, Aberaeron, vi:295,296
  • harbours
    • see individual harbours as subheadings of place-names
  • Hardie, Keir
    • appearance at 1911 NUT conference, ix:151
  • Hardy, Ernest George, Llandysul, rector, v:431
  • hare, brown, iv:239
  • hare, mountain, iv-.237
  • Harford family, Falcondale, iv:199; ix:352; x:3
  • Harford, Mrs., Falcondale, iii:225,226
  • Harford, J. B., Falcondale, iii:225; v:18
  • Harford, J. C., Falcondale, v:318,327; viii:63
  • Harford, J.S., viii:254; x:57,289
    • and college site,ii:134-5,137v;i:52
    • as Tory candidate, v:42-6
    • Life of Bishop Burgess, i:44-9; ii:135-6; vi:48,57,60
  • Harford, Louisa Davies, Falcondale, v:42
  • Harford-Battersby,A.G., Peterwell, ii:134,137
  • Harlech Castle, vessel, viii:306
  • Harri, William, v:11
  • Harries, viii:5
  • Harries, Bridget Jane née Philipps Walters, vi:194
  • Harries, C. S., Penbryn, pupil teacher, ix:354
  • Harries, D., F.R.C.S., Aberystwyth, iii:41
  • Harries, D. R., Mabws Hen, Llanrhystud, v:133,134
  • Harries, D.R, U.C.W., lecturer, vii:244; viii:2
  • Harries, David, shipbuilder, vi:217,218,219
  • Harries, Henry, shipbuilder, vi:217,220
  • Harries, John, Aberaeron, shipbuilder, vi:217, 218, 219, 220, 222; ix:347
  • Harries, John, jun., Aberaeron, shipbuilder, vi:217,218,219
  • Harries, John, Aberystwyth, scavenger, iii:291
  • Harries, John, Talley, vii:333
  • Harries, Rachel, botanist, i:93
  • Harries, T. D., v:188
  • Harries, Dr.Thomas Davies, viii:408
  • Harris, Capt., Royal Yacht, Providence, vii:201,203
  • Harris, Miss, U.C.W. library, v:197
  • Harris, Anne, rectory, New Quay, d maker, x:322
  • Harris, Dd., ii:114
  • Harris, Howell, v:1-10,12-13; viii:198,453,463
    • and Penbryn, ix:343,355
    • visits Llangrannog, iii:233,235
    • visits Plas Cilcennin, iv:192-3
  • Harris, John, Cardiganshire, ii:163
  • Harris, John, Tregaron, iv:97,104,105
  • Harris, Thomas, Llechryd, ii:103; v:28,33,35-6
  • Harris,Canon W. H., vi:302·
  • Harrison, James P., architect
    • and the rebuilding of Llanrhystud church, vii:108-09
  • Harry, schooner, viii:296
  • Harry ap Llywelin ap Ieuan ap Rhys, viii:76
  • Harry Collins’ Merry Mascot Ministrels, vii:239, 240
  • Harry Griffith ap Rees, v:47
  • Hart Davies family, iv:199
  • Hart-Davis, Richard, Peterwell, ii:134
  • harvest gangs, iii:156-9
  • Harvey, Peter, viii:412
  • Haslam, John R, surveyor, vii:274
  • Hassan, Charles, land surveyor, viii:108, 109-10,111,182,184
  • Hassan, Thomas, Pembrokeshire,viii:111
  • hat making, iv:228; vi:95; x:18-30
  • Hawen,chapel, iv:121; v:347
  • Hawen, valley, iii:231
  • Hawen dale, vessel, iii:237
  • Hawendale, brigantine, vii:283
  • Haycock, Edward, architect, vi:417-19; vii:118; viii:406,407
  • Hayes[?], Ann, Melindwr, ix:326
  • Hayes[?], Morris, Melindwr, ix:326,327
  • Hazel, Alfred Ernest Wm., Llandysul, rector, v:431
  • Head, Sir Edmund, viii:246, 247, 248, 249, 257, 258, 259, 260; x:36
  • Heald, Frances, Aberystwyth, headmistress, ii:6,14
  • Hean Castle
    • number of hearths 1670, iv:14
  • Heart of Oak, march (stallion), v:134,135,139, 140
  • Heart of Oak, smack, ix:116,125
  • Hearts of Oak, Great Darkgate Street, Aberystwyth, v:169
  • Heath, Samuel, Hafod, clerk of works, vii:219-21,222
  • Heather bell, barque, vii:293
  • Heather Bell, schooner, viii:305
  • Hebe, vessel, x:367
  • Hedessa, schooner, vii:283
  • hedgehogs, iv:239
  • Heed(or Head), Josiah, Comish mine worker, ix:323
  • Heedful, schooner, vii:287
  • Heligfach, Blaen-porth, vi:191
  • Hen Bysgotwr
    • see Evans, Benjamin “Hen Bysgotwr”, Aberaeron
  • Hen Gaer near Bow Street, v:437
  • Hen Waith Lloge Las, v:271
  • Henbant, Llandysul, i:117
  • Henblas, Ystradmeurig, i:38-42
  • Henderson, A. D.
    • witness to J.Downie’s will, ii:119
  • hendre, i:34,36; iii:107; iv:350,405; v:247; viii:106; ix:1
  • Hendre farm,Aeron valley, iii:200; vi:343
  • Henerddi, Aberaeron, x:92
  • Henfynyw, ix:363
    • anghydffurfiaeth, iv:98,107,110
    • bibliography, iv:303
    • church, v:368,370; vi:286,291; x:86,87,127
    • Enclosure Act,1812, viii:109
    • expenditure on the poor rate,1813-20, viii:114
    • freeholders, vi:29
    • nonconformity
      • see Henfynyw : anghydffurfiaeth
    • population figures, 1811-31, viii:114
    • population trend,16c-18c, vii:259
    • schools, iii:209
      • circulating school, ix:367
      • school near church, v:367; vi:205,294
    • will,iv:202-03
  • Henfynyw, rhandir,of vi:286
  • Henfynyw Friendly Society Club,x:45
  • Henfynyw Tithe Commission map c 1845,vi:218
  • Hengell, New Quay, vii:285,291
  • Hengwm, v:249,253
  • Hengwm Annedd, v:248,250,254
  • Hengwm Fach, v:248
  • Henhafod, iv:405;v:248; ix:334
    • turnpike gate, ii:106
  • Henllan
    • anghydffurfiaeth, iv:97,98,99,108
    • bridge, viii:329,330,333
    • church, v:425-6
    • fulling mill, vi:108
    • nonconformity
      • see Henllan : anghydffurfiaeth
    • turniwr coed, iv:218
    • wood turner
      • see Henllan : tumiwr coed
  • Henllan station
    • road bridgeover the railway at, viii:340
  • Henllys
    • iforiaid, iii:31
    • ivorites
      • see Henllan : iforiaid
    • number of hearths in 1670, iv:14
  • Henllys, Pembrokeshire, iv:15
  • Henry, Hereford, architect, iii:52-3
  • Henry and Dora, vessel, vi:220, 223
  • Henry ap Thomas ap Gruffydd, v:160
  • Henry Jones’s charity, iv:52,57
  • Henry Morgan Charity, x:92
  • Henry, Edmund Daniel, Llandysul, vicar, v:430
  • Henxteworth, John
    • and Lampeter, iv:137
  • Heol Elen, iii:195
  • Heol Ffwlbroock, v:51
  • Heol Rigor, v:49,50,51
  • Heol Victoria, Aberaeron, v:369
  • Heol y Bont, Aberaeron, v:369
  • Heol y Bont, Aberystwyth, iii:298
    • see also Bridge Street, Aberystwyth
  • Heol y Bwlch Bach, Aberystwyth, iii:298
  • Heol y Clifon, v:49
  • Heol y Cryddion (Cobblers’ Street), Aberystwyth, iii:298
  • Heol y Farchnad, Aberaeron, v:369
  • Heol y Graig, Aberaeron, v-.369
  • Heol y Kleifon, v-.51
  • Heol y Moch (QueenStreet), Aberystwyth,iii:296
  • Heol y Porth Tywyll, Aberystwyth, iii:298
  • Heol y Spit,iii:110
  • Heol y Velyn, v:48,51,52
  • Heol y Vron, v:49,50
  • Heol y Wig, Aberystwyth, iii:298
  • Heolddwr, Bryn Cysegrfan, viii:358
  • herbals, i:77-8
  • Herbert,iv:4
  • Herbert family, Hafod, ii:170
  • Herbert, Rev. David, vii:335,344
  • Herbert, Edward, Penybont, Tregaron, ii:170
  • Herbert, Elizabeth, Church Street (2) New Quay, x:306
  • Herbert,Emanuel, Llanwenog, labourer, v-.266-7
  • Herbert, Emlyn, Llandysul, labourer, i:128
  • Herbert, Even (sic), Brynffosydd, Llanrhystud, vii:103-04
  • Herbert, John, d. in 1862, x:317
  • Herbert, John, New Quay, mariner, x:306
  • Herbert, John, Penybont, ii:170
  • Herbert, Morgan, viii:235
  • Herbert, Morgan, Dôl-y-gors, iii:92
  • Herbert, Morgan, Hafod Uchtryd, vi:154
  • Herbert, Rhisiart, vii:35
  • Herbert, Sidney, ix:156
  • Herbert, T. M., Talgarreg, saddler, vi:96
  • Herbert, William, Dol-y-gors, iii:92
  • Hebert, William, Llanfihangel Genau’r glyn, ysgolfeistr, vi:56 .
  • Herbert, William, Raglan, v:153
  • Herford, C. H., professor of English, U.C.W., vi:367; viii:4, 7, 18
  • Hero, barque, vii:279; viii:306
  • Hero castle, Monachty, iii:57-8
  • herring fishing, iii:233,287-8; iv:324; v:272; vi:121, 201, 215-16; vii:58, 59, 60; ix:112
  • Herring, Rev.John, Bethania chapel, Cardigan, iv:124
  • Heryng, Richard, iii:333
  • Hetty Ellen, brig, built at New Quay, vii:290; viii:305
  • Hetty Ellen, brig, owned in New Quay, vii:293
  • Hetty Mary, vessel, viii:305
  • Heulwen[?] Chapel Building, Melindwr, ix:334
  • Heycock, Richard, Shrewsbury, architect, ix:68
  • Heywood, Samuel, judge, ii:45-6
  • Hickman, David, iii:331
  • Higgs, Daniel, Port Eynon, Gwyr, iv:100
  • High Stepping Gambler II, march (stallion), v:135,139
  • High Street, Aberystwyth, iv:20
  • High Street,Cardigan, vii:350
  • High Terrace, New Quay, vii:288
  • Higher row, Melindwr, ix:334
  • Highmead, v:19;x:3
    • bibliography, iv:303
    • dairying at, v:76-83·
  • Highmead mansion
    • Trenacatus stone at, ii:278-9
  • Hilary, Sant, x:393
  • Hill, Charlotte Pope, viii:97
  • Hill, Sir John, Nanteos, trustee, ix:59
  • Hill, Joseph, Carmarthen, headmaster, ix:228
  • Hill,Thomas, Carne, Natal, viii:97
  • Hillyn, bardd (poet), vii:22
  • Hind, schooner, vii:293
  • Hindes, Drefach Felindre, ix:262
  • Hindoo, llong (vessel), ii:229; viii:307
  • Hirlas
    • see Evans, Daniel Silvan
  • Hirnant, Melindwr, ix:334
  • Hirwaun
    • see Hirwern
  • Hirwaun, river
    • road bridge over, viii:353
  • Hirwen
    • see Hirwem
  • Hirwern, iv:374
  • Historical Atlas of Cardiganshire as Investiture gift, x:339
  • history
    • bibliography, iv:293-307
  • Ho, David Griffith, iv:381
  • Hoare, Dr. Joseph, Llandysul, rector, i:120,123; v:431
  • Hobrough, William Francis, viii:354 Hoddni (Hoddnant), iv:374
  • Hodge, Elizabeth née Miller, vii:195
  • Hodge, John, Pembroke, Draper and tailor, vii:195
  • Hodginns Henry, barber, iii:294
  • Hoffnant
    • ffatri wlân, iv:217
    • tithing, iv:376,382-3
    • woollen factory
      • see Hoffnant : ffatri wlân
  • Hoghton, Abne née White-Jervis, vii:225
  • Hoghton, Ellen née Hedgeland, vii:225
  • Hoghton, Henry, vii:222-3, 225
  • Hoghton, Louisa née Sanders, vii:222-3, 225
  • Holbache, Dafydd, x:235
  • Holder, A., viii:352
  • Holder, E. C., viii:352
  • Holland and Hannen, viii:352
  • Holland, Mis.s M. C., botanist, i:92
  • Honeybill, M. E. née Jones, Commins Coch, teacher, x:336,341
  • Hooper, Daniel Hugo, Llandysul, rector, v:431
  • hop yards, iv:322
  • Hopcyn ap Siôn, v:367; vi:285; ix:371
  • Hope, sloop, vii:282
  • Hope, sloop, Cwmtudu, ix:122
  • Hope tavern, Aberaeron, vi:289
  • Hopewell, sloop, vi:201,208,210; ix:380; x:367
  • Hopewell, smack, ix:125
  • Hopkins, Elizabeth, Aberystwyth, bonnet maker, ix:142
  • Hopkins, Isaac, Aberystwyth, ix:142
  • Hopkins, Lewis, Aberystwyth, town surveyor, ix:142
  • Hopkins, Phebe, Aberystwyth, ix:142
  • Hopkins, Rachel, Aberystwyth, ix:142
  • Hopley, Mary (Gilbertson), vii:338
  • Hopley, Thomas, Aberystwyth, v:282
  • Hopton, Capt. and Mrs., viii:337
  • Horeb
    • emigration
      • see Horeb : ymfudo
    • ymfudo, ii:167
  • Homby, Norma, x:342
  • Horridge, John, viii:217,218,219,220,221-2
  • horsemen
    • see Gwŷr Meirch
  • horses
    • see ceffylau
  • Horsley, Samuel, bishop of St. David’s, i:196; vi:55; vii:335; ix:238
  • Hoskin, Moses, student, viii:5
  • hospital, viii:10
    • Aberystwyth, v:168-208
  • Hotel Cambria, viii:408,409,411
  • Houghstetter, Daniel, i:177,179
  • Houghton, Adam, bishop of St. David’ s, iv:345
  • houses
    • country, ii:85
    • 18c, iv:325
      • see also names of individual houses
  • Howel ap David, viii:76
  • Howel Fychan ap Rhys, Gilfachwen Uchaf, viii:75-6
  • Howell ap Jankyn ap Ieuan ap Rees, iii:71
  • Howell ap Morris, Gellidywyll, viii:374
  • Howell David ap Jankyn, Kenarth, yeoman, viii:373, 378
  • Howell, Miss, Glaspant, viii:174
  • Howell, Emrys J., i:93
  • Howell, Evan, Troedyraur, crynwr (quaker), iv:109
  • Howell, Francis, Llandysiliogogo, iv:109
  • Howell, Francis, Llandysul, rector, v:431
  • Howell, Howell, Cilcennin, vicar, iv:192-3,195
  • Howell , J., Penybaily, Llangynllo, ix:240
  • Howell, J. H., vii:251
  • Howell, Col. J. R., Pantgwyn, Llangoedmor, viii:174
  • Howell, Jenkin, iv:386
  • Howell, John, Aberystwyth, crynwr (quaker), ii:164
  • Howell, John, Llandysul, i:128
  • Howell, John, Llandysul, parish warden, i:120
  • Howell, John Morgan, Aberaeron, iv:356, 358; v:311, 318, 326, 329, 330, 332, 337; vi:212, 224, 291
  • Howell, Mary [I] Llangaron, ii:161
  • Howell, Mary [II] Llangaron, ii:161
  • Howell, Morgan, athro (teacher) , iv:111
  • Howell, Morgan, pregethwr anghydffurfiol (nonconformist preacher), iv:104,105,106
  • Howell, Morgan, Gwemmaccwy, viii:92
  • Howell, Oliver, Mountain Hall, Llangeler, viii:92
  • Howell, Phillip, Llandysul, gent., viii:377
  • Howell, Susannah, Llandysiliogogo , iv:109
  • Howell , Thomas Parry, Llangynllo, yeoman, viii:83
  • Howell, Thos, Melindwr, ix:330
  • Howell, William, Morvil, viii:87
  • Howells, Anne, vi:220
  • Howells, David, Machynlleth, solicitor, v:24
  • Howells, Geraint, M. P., ix:160
  • Howells, Dr. J. H., v:189
  • Howells, Jane Lloyd, Penybailey, viii:87,92
  • Howells, Jno., Devils Bridge, x:359
  • Howells, John, Penybailey, viii:87
  • Howells, Madlen, Llanbadarn Odwyn, iv:109
  • Howells, Mary, Melindwr, ix:333
  • Howells, Morgan, Capel David Jones, iv:106
  • Hugh Lewes David Meredidd, Nevern, viii:377
  • Hugh son of Lewis David, ix:372
  • Hugh, Catherine, ix:365
  • Hugh, Evan, iv:383
  • Hugh, Evan, Llanbedr, iv:98
  • Hugh, Griffith, iv:111
  • Hugh, Griffith, Aberystwyth, vagrant, iii:294
  • Hugh, Mary John, pauper, ix:364
  • Hugh, Nicholas Dafydd, v:11
  • Hugh, Thomas, Camddwr Mawr, v-.255
  • Hughes and Owen, Aberystwyth, saddler, vi:96
  • Hughes family, Alltlwyd, vii:102
    • estate in 1873, iv:12
  • Hughes, Castell-du, v-.33
  • Hughes, Hendrefelen, ix:228
  • Hughes, Tregyb
    • estate in 1873, iv:13
  • Hughes, Miss, v:197
  • Hughes, A. J., Aberystwyth, town clerk.ii:13
  • Hughes, Abel, St. Peter’s National School, headmaster, iii:225
  • Hughes, Benjamin, Market Hall Company, shareholder, iii:167, 168, 169-70, 172-3
  • Hughes, Charles J., Aberaeron, headmaster, viii:59
  • Hughes, D. Arthur, Barmouth, solicitor, vi:243
  • Hughes, Rev. David
    • present at Edward Richard’s death, v-.244
  • Hughes, David, Cellan, iv:106
  • Hughes, Rev. David, Ciliau Aeron, rector, ix:164, 165-6, 167, 168-9
  • Hughes, David, Llandysul, rector, v:431
  • Hughes, David, Maes Ffynnon Oer, Llanfihangel Ystrad, vi:299
  • Hughes, E. E., viii:4
  • Hughes, Edward
    • comments on barley in the Aberaeron area, vi:202
  • Hughes, Edward, Llechryd, teacher, vi:411
  • Hughes, Elizabeth, Llanfihangel y Creuddyn, v:268
  • Hughes, Elizabeth née Lewis, Penhill and Llwynybrain, vi:170
  • Hughes, Enoch, Llannarth, carrier, x:367
  • Hughes, Evan, Blaenpennal, gof (blacksmith), vi:251
  • Hughes, Evan, Brynarth, vi:6
  • Hughes, Evan, Capel David Jones, iv:106
  • Hughes, Evan, Llandre, amaethwr (farmer), iii:29
  • Hughes, Evan, Llandyfriog, iv:97, 104, 106
  • Hughes, Evan, Llandyfriog, offeiriad (minister), v-.378
  • Hughes, Evan, Llanfihangel Genau’r glyn, llywydd iforiaid (ivorite president), iii:3.5, 36, 42, 43, 44
  • Hughes, Maj. G.J. Parry, Alltlwyd estate, iii:152
  • Hughes, G. P., botanist, i:93
  • Hughes, Hugh “Cadfan Gwynedd”, ii:103
  • Hughes, Hugh, Aberystwyth, ii:39; vi:3.56
  • Hughes , Hugh, Aberystwyth, solicitor, ix:136, 137
  • Hughes, Hugh, Bow Street, labour election agent, ix:156
  • Hughes, J. Idris, Llandre, iii:36
  • Hughes, James “Iago Trichrug”, iv:195; viii:298
  • Hughes, James, solicitor, x:357, 359, 363, 364, 366
  • Hughes, James, Glanrheidol, ii:118; v:88, 91; vi:11; viii:251; ix:61, 62, 64, 65, 66, 67, 68
  • Hughes, John, Advice respecting the Fevers, x:259
  • Hughes, John, Archdeacon of Cardigan, ix:239
  • Hughes, John, Aberystwyth, surveyor and warden of St Michael’s, ii:39; iv:312-13; v:88, 269, 283-4, 286; viii:110, 116-17; x:360, 363-4, 366, 370
    • and enclosure riots, vi:3.52,3.56
    • and rebuilding of St Michael’s church, vii:118-19,124
    • comments on education, ii:141
  • Hughes, Rev. John, Aberystwyth, vicar of St Michael’s, vi:417,418,419
    • as chaplain to the hospital, v:174
    • rebuilding of St Michael’s church, vii:118, 119, 125
  • Hughes, John, Alltlwyd mansion, iii:130,131; vii:104, 105, 106, 110
  • Hughes, John, Darrenfawr, x:386
  • Hughes, John, Glan-y-wem, iii:33
  • Hughes, John, Llanbadam Fawr, vicar,ix:143
  • Hughes, John, Llandysilio, iv:109
  • Hughes, John, Llandysul, i:140
  • Hughes, John, Morfa, ix:228
  • Hughes, John, Nantafallen, ostler, iii:34
  • Hughes, John, Nantygwylim, i:119
  • Hughes, Rev. John, Penbryn, vicar, vi:243; ix:3.53
  • Hughes, John, Tal-y-bont, saer coed (carpenter), iii:31
  • Hughes, John, Tregaron, land agent, viii:256
  • Hughes, John Richard, Troedyrhiw, teacher, ix:329
  • Hughes, Rev. Joseph, Lampeter, ix:220-1,222
  • Hughes,Joshua, bishop of St. Asaph, ix:240
  • Hughes, Laura, Llanbadarn Fawr, ix:143
  • Hughes, Mrs. Loti Rees
    • labour candidate, ix:159,160
  • Hughes, Margaret
    • thesis on the seafaring industry of Cardigan Bay, vi:217
  • Hughes, Margt. [1], Melindwr, ix:330
  • Hughes, Margt. [2], Melindwr, ix:330
  • Hughes, Marry, Llanbadarn Fawr, ix:143
  • Hughes, Martha, iii:44
  • Hughes, Mary, Glanteify, vi:102
  • Hughes, Morgan, cynghorwr Methodistaidd (Methodist counsellor), v-.5,6,8-9,12
  • Hughes, Morgan, Ystradmeurig, ix:240
  • Hughes, Munro, archaeologist, x:82
  • Hughes, Cad. R., Hindoo, ii:229
  • Hughes, R. J., Bow Street, saddler, vi:96
  • Hughes, R.J., Pen-y-garn, iii:36
  • Hughes, R.S., vi:300,385
  • Hughes, Rees, Troedyraur, iv:96, 99
  • Hughes, Rhydian, Commins Coch, teacher, x:336
  • Hughes, Richard, i:198
  • Hughes, Richard, Llanfihangel Ystrad, master of the circulating school, ii:139
  • Hughes, Richard, Nantafallen, saer coed (carpenter), iii:131
  • Hughes, Ronw Moelwyn
    • labour candidate, ix:157
  • Hughes, Samuel, lead miner, ix:147
  • Hughes, Samuel, esq., Penhill and Llwynybrain, vi:170; viii:87
  • Hughes, Sarrah, Llanbadarn Fawr, ix:143
  • Hughes, Stephen, viii:441, 446, 453, 467
  • Hughes, Stephen. Capel David Jones, iv:106
  • Hughes, Stephen, Gwrthgwynt, vi:347
  • Hughes, T. Rowland, viii:47
  • Hughes, T. W., Commins Coch, teacher, x:336, 340
  • Hughes,Thomas, Aberaeron, bridge repairer, ix:378
  • Hughes, Thomas, Hendrefelin, iv:55-6; v:240-1, 243; ix:230
  • Hughes, Thomas, Pen-y-bont, tanner, iii:33
  • Hughes, Thomas McKenny, vi:86
  • Hughes, Clr., W. G., Gilfachwen
    • and centenary of pont Afon Rhyd, iii:181
  • Hughes, W., P. vi:215
  • Hughes, William, contractor, vii:182
  • Hughes, William, farmer, v:283
  • Hughes, William, Llechryd, Wesleyan minister, vi:411
  • Hughes, William, Rhyd-fach, ysgolfeistr (schoolmaster) iii:32
  • Hughes, William, St. Alban’s Tyglyn, curate, ix:164
  • Hughes, William Grey, Llandysul, vicar, ii:109; v:430
  • Hughes, Rev. Willm [sic], Brynarth, vi:6
  • Huish, Miss, i:87
  • Humphrey Jones a Diwygiad ’59, vi:48
  • Humphrey’s Castle, Llandysul, iii:60
  • Humphrey, Jenkin, Aberystwyth, gaoler, v:90
  • Humphreys, Mr., hospital secretary, v:174,198
  • Humphreys, David, Tre’rddol hetiwr (hatter), x:23
  • Humphreys, Evan, Aberystwyth, mariner, iv:19
  • Humphreys, Gruffydd, Nantyronnen, vi:305
  • Humphreys, H., Aberystwyth, medical hall, ii.-99; viii:316
  • Humphreys, Humphrey, esgob Caerfaddon (bishopof Bath), viii:465
  • Humphreys, Miss J., matron, v:195,197
  • Humphreys, Jane, Llanbadarn Odwyn, iv:109
  • Humphreys, Jenkin, Aberystwy,th x:359
  • Humphreys, John, Aberystwyth, post boy , ix:145
  • Humphreys, John, Llangan, ficer (vicar), vi:305
  • Humpidge, Dr. Thomas Samuel, viii:390-1; ix:214
  • Hunangoffa, vi:47
  • Hungarian cause, vili:310-19
  • Huntingdon, Lady (Sarah Hastings), iii:339-40
  • Hurry (Harry?), Peggy, New Quay, x:306
  • Hurst, Edward, Poor Law Inspector, viii:249, 250, 254, 256, 271, 272
  • husbandmen, vii:262, 271
  • hushing, i:181
  • Hussey, John, bricklayer, iv:130
  • Hussey, William, iv:131
  • Hutchings, Aberystwyth, taxidermist, iv:240
  • Hutchings, George Albert, bridge surveyor, viii:339
  • Huw Arwystl, bardd (poet), vii:19,27,29,30
  • Huw Cae Llwyd, iii:196
  • Huw Llwyd Fyr, vii:32
  • Huw Machno, vii:30
  • Huw, Gwen Dafydd, v:368
  • Huws, W. Parry, vi:47, 55, 57
  • Hyde, H. A., i:90, 92
  • Hyett, Miss Margaret Coakley, vi:248
  • Hywel ab Owain Gwynedd, iii:109,115; x:191
  • Hywel ap Goronwy, viii:73
  • Hywel ap Goronwy ap Tudur, x:232
  • Hywel ap Gruffudd, Syr, vii:16
  • Hywel ap Llywelyn Fychan, ix:370; x:237
  • Hywel ap Madog, viii:73
  • Hywel Fychan, archdeacon of Anglesey, v:152
  • Hywel Ychan, iii:112