Cymdeithas Hanes Ceredigion

C – 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 ‘C’

  • Cadell ap Gruffydd ap Rhys, i:41
  • Cadfan Gwynedd
    • see Hughes, Hugh, “Cadfan Gwynedd”
  • Cadifor ap Dinawal, viii:72,79
  • Cadifor ap Dyfnwal, Lord of Castell Hywel, ii:241;iv:6
  • Cadifor ap Gwaethfoed, viii:78
  • Cadifor Fawr, iv:6,7,8; v-.347; vii:312 ; viii:369
  • Cadogan ap Ieuan, iii:127
  • Cadwaladr ap Gruffydd, i:40-1; iii:64,115-16
  • Cadwallon ap Madog, viii:73
  • Cadwallon ap Maelgwn, viii:72,73
  • Cadwgan
    • and Arberth castle, ix:367
  • Cadwgan, ketch, vi:218,221;x:408
  • Cadwgan ap Bleddyn, i:39-40;v:370; vi:191, 271,272; vii:56; x:190
  • Cadwgan ap Elystan, viii:73
  • Cadwgan ap Madog, viii:73
  • Cadwgan Grach, Carog, iii:90
  • Cadwgan Place, Aberaeron, v-.369; vi : 296
  • Cae berth uchaf, x:314
  • Cae Bociau, New Quay, vii:285
  • Cae Castell (Castle Field), Lampeter
    • site of college, i:47
  • Cae Eithaf, Aberhosan. v:247
  • Cae Ffair, Lland ysul, iii:110,112
  • Cae Gaer, iv:89
  • Cae Gwyn, Gogerddan, vii:172-3
  • Cae Haidd farm (Kaie huydd), iv:203
  • Cae’r Arglwyddes, ix:270
  • Cae’r Capel, iii:200
  • Cae’r Castell, iv:91,92
  • Cae’r Groes Rhiwlas-isa, iii:195
  • Cae’r Gwynfil, iv:91
  • Cae’r onnen
    • bibliography, iv:301
  • Cae Rhos fawr , Gogerddan, vii:172-3
  • Cae Tanycoed, Gogerddan, vii:174
  • Caegraigissa, ii:71
  • Caegwyn, Felinfach
    • timber for shipbuilding from,vi:219
  • Caehaidd, vi:220
  • Caemelyn , Aberystwyth, x:101
  • Caer Penrhos, castle, Llanrhystud , iii:63-4
  • Caerdenidd, Llanilar
    • see Gardeni , Llanilar
  • Caeronnen, iv:122-3; vii:8,11
  • Caerwedros, vii:16,17,23
    • blacksmith, vi:100
    • castle, ili:59-60
    • enclosure, iii:51
  • Caerwedros, commote, iii:268; iv:273,280;vi:139,270
  • Cafan, Llandyfriog, viii:86
  • Cain, John, Aberystwyth, sergeant musketry instructor, ix:144
  • Cain, Siôn, vii:28,31
  • Cain,Thomas, Aberystwyth, bugle major, ix:144
  • Caio, commote, iv:136,137
  • Cairn cemetery, viii: 360-2.414-18
  • Calan Hen, v:429-30
    • football, i:120,123
  • Caleb, Evan, Gwarffynnon, vi:294
  • calfiniaeth, viii:439,440,441,458,459,460
  • Calibeat Terrace, Aberystwyth, iv:20
  • Callao, vessel, viii:307
  • calvinism
    • see calfiniaeth
  • calvinistic methodists, iv:124-6; vi:225; vii:8,10-13
  • Cam family, Aberystwyth, iv:139
  • Cambria, brig, vii:286,290
  • Cambrian, tavern, Aberaeron, vi :289
  • Cambrian Archaeological Association, ix:272-3
  • Cambrian Iron Foundry, viii:336
  • Cambrian Line, shipping line, viii:308
  • Cambrian News, v:318,321,324,326,327,328,331,334; vii:232,237
  • Cambrian Quay, Cardigan, vii:63
  • Cambrian Society, x:46
  • Camddwr, gweithiau mwyn, (lead mine), v:247
  • Camddwr, river , viii:217,218,219
    • road bridge over, viii:344,348
  • Camddwr Bach, iv:403; v:248,254
  • Camddwr Biti, v:250
  • Camddwr Mawr, iv:403; v-.249,254
  • Camden Avon Queen, schooner, vi:220
  • Camel,iii:200
  • Carner Uchaf, Tregaron, ii:170
    • see also Pen-y-bont, Tregaron
  • Campbell, John, M.P., iv:267-71;v:420-1
  • Campbell, John Frederick, M.P., iv:270
  • Campbell, John Vaughan, V.C.,iv:271
  • Campbell, Pryse, M.P., iii:307; iv:269; v:413-14
  • Campbell-Davy s, Noyadd
    • estate in 1873, iv:13
  • Cân o Senn i’w hen feistr Tobacco, viii:445
  • Candace, vessel, ii:102
  • candles
    • manufacture of, iv:70-2
  • Caniadau (1867), v:356-7,358,359,360
  • Canllefaes , vii:191
  • Cannog (Camog), afon (river), v-.388
  • Cantington, iv:7
  • Cantre’r gwaelod, Borth, i:89,98,172-3; vi:328-9
    • bibliography , iv:301
  • cantref (hundred ), iv:272
  • Capel Bangor
    • blacksmith, vi:99
    • church, iv:120
    • corn mill, vi:98
    • schools
      • National-school
        • see Capel Bangor : schools : Ysgol Genedlaethol
      • Penllwyn school, iv:5
      • Ysgol Genedlaethol, iv-.354
  • Capel Borthyn, iii:109; iv:152,275; v:426
  • Capel Coed, viii:30
  • Capel Crist, vi:287
  • Capel Cynon
    • fair
      • see Capel Cynon : flair
    • ffair, v:385
    • Howell Harris a (and), v:8
  • Capel Cynon church
    • road bridge near, viii:353
  • Capel Dewi Sunday School Trip, x:165
  • Capel Dewi, Llandysul, i:117; iii:104; iv:152,153
  • Capel Dewi, near Gogerddan
    • ysgol gân. vi:304
  • Capel Dewi, near Gwarcoed isaf, iii:109; iv:275; v:426
  • Capel Drindod, Henllan, iv:125; viii:161
  • Capel Ffraid, iv:275
  • Capel Gwnda, viii:154
  • Capel Gwynfil, iv:125,126
  • Capel Jane Walters (Watch Tower), vi:190
  • Capel Mair, mediaeval chapel, vii:309
  • Capel Mair, motte castle,iii:109
  • Capel Mair, stone, iii:104
  • Capel Newydd
    • iforiaid, iii:28
    • ivorites
      • see Capel Newydd : iforiaid
  • Capel Pantdefed
    • band, vi:307
  • Capel Rehoboth, x:24
  • Capel Seion
    • blacksmith, vi:99,100
  • Capel Sion
    • school, iii:209
  • Capel Wig
    • blacksmith, vi:100
  • Capel Wyl
    • Trenacatus stone found under ruins of, ii:279-80
  • Capel-y-Drindod, v-.27
  • Capel-y-groes (Llanwnnen), iv:122-3; vii:10
    • bibliography, iv:301
  • Capel yr Erw, vi:304
  • Caplan, Llewelyn, Lord of Aberaeron, i:59
  • Captain’s Table restaurant and club, New Quay, vii:291
  • Caranog, v:424
  • Carantoc, saint, vi:274
  • Carbery, Earl of
    • see Vaughan, John, Earl of Carbery (1572- 1634)
  • Carbery, Richard, second earl of, vi:343
  • Carbies, John (or Carbis), Cornish mine worker, ix:323,324
  • Cardi Mawr
    • see Evans, Dafy Pengelli
  • cardiau meirch, v:132-4
  • Cardigan, iii:268,270,271
    • and the census of religious worship, iv:119,120
    • anghydffurfiaeth, iv:96,97,99,104, 105,108,110
    • argraffu, viii:204
    • assizes, ii:87-8
    • battle,1136, vi:276
    • benedictine priory, vi:146; vii:158,216
    • Bethania chapel
      • and the census of religious worship, iv:124
    • bibliography, iv:301-02
    • blacksmiths, vi:100
    • borough council, iv-.280
    • borough elections,18c,v-.313,314,322,402,405,406, 407,408,409,412,413,414,415,41,18,420
      • 1741, vi:128-9
      • 1768, vi:346
      • 1774, vii:50-5
    • bridge, vii:56,57; viii:329,333
    • Cambrian Archaeological Association’s meeting, 1859, iii:53,ix:272-3
    • Cambrian Quay, vii:63
    • castle, i:40,41,42; ii:117; iii:51,53- 4,56,266; iv:139,140,145,147,160,262; ii:56,57,58; x:189-218
      • pill box, x:193
    • chain and anchor factory, vii:62
    • charters, ii:117-18; iii:320-1; vii:57
    • common council, ii:117; v:402
    • commons, viii:108
    • compared with Lampeter 14c, iv:139,140
    • corporation seal,ii:117-18
    • court leet, ii:117
    • craftsmen, 1830, vi:91
    • custom house, vii:60
    • Din geraint
      • see Din Geraint
    • education, iv:54
    • eisteddfod,1176, iv-.256; vi:273; vii:14, 57;
      • 1866, v:357
    • emigration, ii:167,226,228; vii:62
    • fair and market, iii:322,323,329; v-.385;vii:57
    • fishing, iii:332
    • foundries, vii:62; ix:349
      • see also Cardigan Foundry
    • fulling mill, vi:108
    • gaol, ix:341; x:25-6,359
    • guildhall, viii:57
    • harbour, vii:57-64
    • herring fishing, vi:121
    • house of correction, vi:13-14,15-16
    • Howell Hurls a (and), v-.2-3,6,12
    • iforlaid, iii:28
    • independent church, vii:8
    • ivorites
      • see Cardigan : iforiaid
    • Labourers’ diet,1837, x:42
    • Lloyd’s Wharf, vii:62-3
    • maces, ii:118
    • maps, ii:265-7
      • see also Cardigan : Speed map
    • mayor, v:402
    • Mercantile Quay, vii:63
    • mills, iii:330-2; ix:338
    • nonconformity
      • see Cardigan : anghydffurfiaeth
    • population trend, vii:259
    • port, iii:327-8; vii:58-63; ix:114; x:126,407
    • pottery, x:205-15
    • printing
      • see Cardigan : aigraffu
    • rope factories, vii:62
    • Ropeyard Hill,vii:62
    • rugby club,ix:304
    • sail lofts, vii:62
    • St. Mary’s church, ix:336
      • consistory court at, ix:233
    • school board, iii:208,210,214,215-23;iv-.364
    • schools, number of, in 1847, ii:138
      • Ayling’s school, ix:199
      • British school, iii:215-23; iv-.362,363,372
      • Collegiate school, ix:199
      • elementary school
        • see Cardigan : schools : ysgol elfennol
      • grammar school, ii:155; vi:57; viii:51, 56; ix:196,198; x:322
      • grammar school charity
        • see Cornwallis charity
      • intermediate school, viii:54 9,62-4,66
      • national school, ii:145,150,151,153,155;iii:216,217
      • William Street school for girls, ix:199
      • ysgol elfennol, vi:58,64,87
    • shipbuilding, vii:62; viii:305; ix:122
    • shipping, iii:328-9
    • shire court,iii:285
    • Society of Sea Serjeants, vii:80-4
    • Speed map, vii:59
    • Tabernacl, v:12
    • tannery, vi:93
    • Teifi Wharf, vii:63
    • town gates, ix:336-41
    • town regalia,viii:58-9
    • town wall, ix:336-41
    • trade, iii:325-6; vii:58,59,60,61,62,63
    • vestry, vi:13
    • Volk’s Bakery, vii:350
    • water concert, vii:63
    • wesleyan methodists, iv:126
    • woollen mill, vi:110
    • woollen trade, iii:329
    • workhouse, viii:252,268,24
  • Cardigan area
    • botanical records, i:80
  • Cardigan Bay Steam Paclcet Company, ii:100
  • Cardigan Briton, march(stallion), v:135,138
  • Cardigan Com Relief Fund, x:44
  • Cardigan Foundry, ix:349
  • Cardigan Island, iv:11-12; v:55,70-1
  • Cardigan Mercantile Company, ix:116
  • Cardigan Printers’ Files, x:258
  • Cardigan Provident Bank, x:48-9
  • Cardigan Shipping Co. Ltd., x:424
  • Cardigan Trust, ii:105-06
  • Cardigan Union, viii:246-52,263,266,268,274
  • Cardigan, William, vii:57
  • Cardiganshire
    • early, vi:265-84
    • early modem, vii:256-72
    • mediaeval, v:143-67
    • seventeenth century, iv:202-03
    • Tudor period, vi:137-49
  • Cardiganshire, twentieth century, x:1-17
  • Cardiganshire Agricultural Society, iv:193
  • Cardiganshire Antiquarian Society, v:330
  • Cardiganshire Children’s Festival, x:165
  • Cardiganshire County Council, x:11
  • Cardiganshire Education Committee, ii:16;ix:150
  • Cardiganshire Joint Education Committee, viii:52-7,70
  • Cardiganshire Joint Library Committee, ii:175-8,190-2
  • Cardiganshire Landlord’s Advice to his Tenants, vi :72
  • Cardiganshire Liberal Association, v-.328, 329,332,333
  • Cardiganshire Peace Pageant, x:165
  • Cardigan, Llanilar
    • see under Gardeni, Llanilar
  • Careg Vihangel
    • tumuli, ix:268
  • Carlyon, Sarah, Melindwr, ix:326,327
  • Carlyon, Wm, Melindwr, ix:326,327
  • Carmarthen
    • borough election, vi:182
    • militia, vili:117
    • Presbyterian college, i:194-6
  • Carmarthenshire Agricultural Society, vili:89
  • Carmel, afon (river), v:388
  • Carn Bwlch Cors, ix:270
  • Carn Foel, ix:270
  • Carn Philip Gwyddyl, ix:268
  • Carnedd Uywelyn, square rigger, vii:296
  • Caroline, brig, v-.275
  • Caroline, schooner, ii:90
  • Caroll, llong (vessel), ii:227
  • Caron
    • agricultural depression, 1817,iv:327
    • in poetry
      • see Caron : mewn barddoniaeth
    • lead mines, iv:195
    • mewn barddoniaeth, vii:14
    • oak coppices , viii:100
    • relief of the poor, v:276-7
  • Caron-is-clawdd,iv:117
    • emigration, x:50
  • Caron isaf
    • common lands, viii:101
  • Caron Uchaf
    • common lands, viii:101
  • Caron-uwch-clawdd
    • enclosures, viii:l()CJ
  • Carpenter’s Lane, New Quay, x:308
  • Carpenter, E. A., vi:367; vii:234,251
  • carpenters, iv-.214,215,l16,22U27,228
    • census 1841 figures, x:128
  • Carr, Edward Hallett, vi:377
  • Carreg Gwarallt y Faerdre, v:429
  • Carreg Ina,i:61;vi:204; vii:273
  • Carreg Tair Croes, ix:267
  • Carreg tyr aoes, ix:265
  • Carreg y Bwcci (Maen y prenvoyl), ix:265
  • Carreg y Trathen, ix:270 carriages, ii:201
  • Carrier, David, iv:174,177
  • Carrog family, iv:19
  • Carrog town house, iv:196
  • Carson, Eric, x:1
  • Carswell, George Daniel, Aberystwyth, mule master, ix:136
  • Carter, Isaac, v-.386; vii :73-4; viii:204,439,466
  • Carter, Dr. Nellie, i:90
  • Carter, William, iv:130,133
  • Cary, Edward, groom of the Queen’s Chamber, iv:349-50
  • Carycoed, Llandyfriog, viii:86
  • Casberd, Robert Mathew, ii:45
  • Caseg broadsheets, vili:45
  • caseg fedi, ix:305,312-13
  • Cugliad o Bregethau (1776), x:143
  • Casnodyn, bardd (poet), vii:22
  • Castell, hundred, iv:279
  • Castell, Llanbedr Pont Steffan gwesty (inn) a Deny Ormond, x:298
  • Castell, mine, vii:86-7
  • Castell, river
    • road bridge over, vili:343,350
  • Castell Abereinon, Uandysul, iii:50,109
    • see also Cilgraig, castle
  • Castell Cadwgan, Aberaeron, i:55-6; iii:68;vi:285,289
  • Castell Dol-Wlff, Llanwenog, iii:64
  • Castell Fflemish, vii:261
    • schoolmaster
      • see Castell Fflemish : ysgolfeistr
    • ysgolfeistr, iv-.363
  • Castell Fflemish Ucha, vii:261
  • Castell Gwallter, Llanfihangel Genau’r-glyn, i:40; iii:62,115
  • Castell Gwynionydd, Llandysul, iii:61,106-7, 109-10
  • Castell Gwythan, Blaenporth, iii:55-6,69
  • Castell Henllys, Llandyfriog, iii:50
  • Castell Hewyn, grange, vi:342
  • Castell Hwmfffe
    • see under Castellhywel
  • Castell Hywel
    • see under Castellhywel
  • Castell Llwyn-bedw, Carms., iii:107
  • Castell Nadolig
    • barrow, ix:289
    • urn, ix:273
  • Castell Nant-y-garau, Llanfairorllwyn,iii:61
  • Castell Pencader, iii:109
  • Castell Pistog, Bangor, iii:55,109
  • Castell Pridd, Penbryn, iii:69
  • Castell Talwm, Trefenter, ii:42,43-4; vi:323, 358,360
  • Castell-y-bwlch, iii:200,201
  • Castell Ystuffan, Lampeter, iii:57
  • Castellhywel, i:117
    • academy, v-.210,216; viii:190
    • castle, i:40,41;iii:60,107,109-10; iv:150
    • chapelry, iv:152
    • family
      • see Castellhywel : teulu
    • farm, iv-.164
    • mill, i:117
    • school
      • see Castellhywel : ysgol
    • teulu, vii:35
    • ysgol, vi:55,58,62,64
  • Castle field, Aberystwyth, iv:24
  • Castle field, Lampeter, ii:135
  • Castle Green, Aberystwyth, iii:299
  • Castle Green, Cardigan, iii:53; x:189,192, 193,196,200,201,203
  • Castle Grounds, Aberystwyth, vii:240
  • Castle House, Aberaeron, tavern, vi:289
  • Castle House, Aberystwyth, iv:22,23,24,31; vi:417,418; x:271
  • Castle side, Melindwr, ix:333
  • Castle Street, Aberystwyth, iii:298
  • Castlehouse (Castellhywel farm), iv:164
    • castles, iii:50-69
    • motte and bailey construction, i:38-9
    • Norman, vi:271-2
      • see also names of individual castles
  • cat,wild,iv-.234-5
  • Catecism Cymraeg,1715, viii:449
  • Catharina Maria, vessel, vi:224
  • Catherina, vessel, x:373
  • Catherine, schooner, vii:289
  • Catherine, sloop, vii:279,281,282
  • Catherine and Mary, vessel, viii:305
  • Catherine Anne, vessel, vi:229
  • catholicism
    • see pabyddiaeth
  • Caton, Valerie, x:345
  • Catrin ferch Rhys ap Dafydd Uwyd, vii:26,27
  • cattle, iv:322-3; vii:269-70,271; x:120
  • Cawdor, Golden Grove
    • estate in 1873, iv:13
  • Cawdor, Lord, Stackpole
    • see Campbell, John, M.P.
  • cawl caws y tlawd, iv-.324
  • cawl dail, iv:325
  • cawl tato, iv:325
  • cawl twym llaeth, iv:324-5
  • Cedifor ap Daniel, archdeacon of Cardigan, vi:280
  • Cedivor, abbot of Strata Florida Abbey, i:22
  • ceffyl pren, ix:306-07
  • ceffyl y pregethwr (Cardigan Briton), v:135,138
  • ceffylau (horses), v:125-42
  • Cefn Gweiriog, lead mine, viii:211,212,214
  • Cefn-gwrthafam, iii:196
  • Cefnbangor, Melindwr, ix:333
  • Cefn bangor Ucha, Melindwr, ix:333
  • Cefnbrwyno, Office, Melindwr, ix:333
  • Cefncoed, Melindwr, ix:333
    • corn mill, ix:335
  • Cefncoed cottage, Melindwr, ix:333
  • Cefncoed mill, Melindwr, ix:333
  • Cefngwyn mine, x:386
  • Cefnllan, x:101
  • cegin fach, iv:250,251
  • cegin fas, iv:251
  • cegin ore, iv:250,251,253
  • Cei Bach, New Quay, i:61
    • limekilns, vii:281,284,297
    • shipbuilding, vii:275,277-8,281,282,285- 8,292,297
  • Ceiniogau’r ysgol, iv:360,370-1
  • Ceitho Welsh Comet, march (stallion), v:135
  • Cellan, vii:2.1; viii:440-1
    • anghydffurfiaeth, v:98,100,106,107
    • Bronze age remains, ix:265,266
    • craftsmen
      • see Cellan : crefftwyr
    • crefftwyr, iv:215; viii:470
    • fulling mill, vi:108
    • nonconformity
      • see Cellan : anghydffurfiaeth
    • population trend, vii:259
    • road bridge, viii:343
    • school, ii:145,147
    • tai unnos, viii:106
    • tannery , vi.-93
    • woollen mill, vi:110
  • Cellan, commote, v:152,153; vii:23
  • Celtic church, ii:61-5; vii:1-4
  • Celtic Shipping Co. Ltd., x:414
  • Cenarth, v:354,355
    • blacksmith, vi:99
    • fulling mill, vi:108
    • Latter Day Saints, iv:127
    • mill, iii:331
    • St. Llawddog’s church, viii:370
      • inscription on the lectern, vi:243
    • salmon leap, iii:106
    • turnpike gate,ii:106
  • Cercle Francis, theatre group, U.C W., viii:15
  • Cerddi Huw Puw, viii:308
  • Cerddi Ysgol Llancrwys, viii:42
  • cerddoriaeth, vi:299-308,382-7
  • Cerdin valley
    • old numeration system, iii:104
  • Ceredig, iii:106; vi:268-9,270,277
  • Ceredig, brig, vii:283,292
  • Ceredigion
    • name, iv-.272
  • Ceredigion Museum, i:63-72; ii:174-93; iii:254; vi:385; ix:51
  • Ceretica, schooner, vii:289
  • Ceri, river
    • road bridg eover, viii:345
  • Ceri,Siôn, vii:27
  • Cerngoch
    • see Jenkins, John “Cerngoch”
  • Cerrig Philip Pugh,iv:195
  • Cerrig yr Wyn
    • mine, i:181; ii:55 ·
      • see also Gwaith yr Afon mine
  • Ceulan, river
    • road bridges over, viii:348,349
  • Ceulan mills, Tal-y-bont, vi:109,113
  • Challinor, A., viii:409
  • Chalmer, Francis, vi:202; ix:381
  • Chalybeat Terrace, Aberystwyth
    • see Calibeat Terrace, Aberystwyth
  • Chalybeate spring, iv:23-4
  • Chalybeate well, Aberaeron, viii:351
  • Chambers, E., i:92
  • Chambers, William, Hafod, vi:316-17; vii:225
  • Chambre, Rev. Chaworth, viii:93
  • Chancery
    • bwrdd ysgol, i’:-359
    • friendly society, x:46
    • school board
      • see Chancery : bwrdd ysgol
  • Chandler, Miss, matron, v:195
  • Chandler, B.S., Aberystwyth, chief custom officer, vi:207-08
  • Chapel House, Melindwr, ix:333
  • chapels
    • see specific chapels as subheadings of place-names
  • charities, iv:47-59
    • see also particular types of charities
    • see also particular charities
  • charity plays, viii-9
  • Charles, Mrs., Abercefel, iv:159
  • Charles, Miss,Cilgerran rectory, viii:174
  • Charles, Rev. David, ii:4,6
  • Charles, David, Penquarre, iv:163
  • Charles, John,Coedyfoel, i:135
  • Charles, Lewis, Penquarre , iv:163
  • Charles, Margt, Parcel Canol, x:390
  • Charles, Rees, Coedyfoel, i:133
  • Charles, Dr.Thomas, Bangor, surgeon,viii:316,317
  • Charming Nancy, vessel, i:193
  • cheese making, iv:323; vi:97
  • Cheese, John, enclosure commissioner, ii:39; v:283; viii:110-11
  • Cheetham’s cinema, vii:239; viii:15
  • Cheetham, Arthur, vii:238-9
  • Chellew Steam Navigation Co. Ltd., x:425
  • Cherry, H.G., architect, v:182
  • Cherry, William George, ix:65,66,67,68
  • Chestnut mills, Llandysul, vi:110
  • Chichester, J. B. P., impropriator, vii:123
  • cholera epidemic,1849, ii-98-9
  • Christianna, smack, ix:119
  • Christianna, vessel, iii:238
  • Christie, John Fraill, Llandysul, rector, v:431
  • Christmas, Mary, ix:114
  • Church street, Aberystwyth, iii:300
  • Church street, New Quay, vii:188;x:302
  • Church, Dr. A. H., i:93
  • churches
    • see specific churches as subheadings of place-names
    • see also Eglwys
  • chwarae pêl, v:427
  • chwipio’r gath, vi:91
  • Cil-cert
    • Howell Harris a (and), v:4
  • Cil-y-graig
    • see under Cilgraig, castle
  • Cilbronnau, Llangoedmor, viii:454
  • Cilcennin
    • anghydffurfiaeth, iv:98,110
    • blacksmith, vi:99,100
    • cerddoriaeth, vii:305
    • churchyard, iv:191,196
    • emigration, ii!167,225,229; x:50
    • Enclosure Act, 1812, viii:109
    • enclosure riots, v:269,284
    • enclosures, iv:312-13
    • moor, viii:103
    • music
      • see Cilcennin : cerddoriaeth
    • nonconformity
      • see Cilcennin : anghydffurfiaeth
    • parish vestry, iv:195; vi:18,28
    • poor rate, expenditure on, viii:114-15
    • population, viii:114
    • school board, iii:210,211,213
    • school teacher in 1847, ii:150
    • tai unnos, viii:106
    • woollen mill, vi:111
  • Cilcennin, gwestfa, iii:274
  • Cilcennin, manor, iii:200,203
  • Cilciffeth, iv:15
  • Cilfach Rhodri, Penbryn, v:364
  • Cilfforch, vi:217
  • Cilgerran, vii:63
    • castle, vii:57
    • limekiln, vii:61
    • quarries, i:54; vii:60
    • Ty’r Gored, vii.-60
    • weir, iii:332-3; vii:57-8,60
  • Cilgenan gorge
    • mink at, iv-.237
  • Cilgraig, castle,iii:68
  • Cilgwgan, vi:289; ix:382
  • Cilgwgan fach, Aberaeron, i:55; ix:382
  • Cilgwgan fawr, Aberaeron, i:55
  • Cilgwgan, Dafydd, Aberaeron Isaf, i:56
  • Cilgwyn
    • anghydffurfiaeth, iv:108,111
    • church book of, iv:98; v-.378
    • independent church, vii:8,11
    • mansion, viii:371
    • nonconformity
      • see Cilgwyn : anghydffurfiaeth
    • unitarian church, iv:122-3
  • Cilgwyn Estate, x:3,118
  • Cilgwyn isa, Llandysul, ii:115
  • Cilgwyn ucha, Llandysul, ii:115
  • Ciliau
    • unitarian church, iv:122-3
  • Ciliau Aeron
    • anghydffurfiaeth, iv:96,100,107
    • blacksmith, vi:100
    • emigration,ii:229;x:50
    • Enclosure Act,1812, viii:109
    • forge, v:121
    • nonconformity
      • see anghydffarfiaeth
    • parish vestry, vi:18
    • poor rate, viii:114
    • population figures,1811-31, viii:114
    • population trend, 16c to 18c, vii:259
    • religion, iv:194-5
    • St Michael’s church, iv:195
    • unitarianism, vii:10,11
  • Ciliau Pare
    • school
      • see Ciliau Pare: ysgol
    • ysgol, iv: 363,368
  • Ciliau Park
    • former deer park, iii:201
  • Cilrhiwiau, Bronwydd estate, viii:161
  • Cilymaenllwyd
    • dispersal of druidical stones
      • see Cilymaenllwyd : gwasgaru’r meini derwyddol
    • gwasgaru’r meini derwyddol, v:362
  • Cistercians, i:18-33,34-7
  • Civic Amenities Act,1967, vi:297-8
  • Clara Consols, lead mine, v:116
  • Clarach
    • limekiln, vii:182
    • port, ii:31
    • schoolroom, ii:95
  • Clareen, ketch, iv:284
  • Clarence, Elizabeth, of Agnes Lee, ii:101-02
  • Clarence, Capt. John, of Agnes Lee, ii:101-02
  • Claridge, Richard, lead mine agent, ix:332
  • Claridge, Richard, Gloucester Hall, vii:170
  • Clarita, schooner, vii:277,284
  • Clark, John, ii:43-5
  • Clark, M., vii:350
  • Clarke, i-92
  • Clarke,Miss Ellen, ii:77-8
  • Clarke, Evan Isaac, Pen-y-bont, gwniedydd, iii:33
  • Claughton, Thomas
    • and Hafod, vii:218
  • Clawdd Eithaf, v:247-8
  • Clawdd y Mynydd, vi:351
  • Clawdd y Mynydd, Smelter, i:183
  • Clayton, Ann, vi:25
  • Clayton,Thomas, Aberystwyth, master of the House of Correction, ii:293,296;iv:133
  • Cleddau Belle, schooner, ix:347
  • Cleddau Belle, vessel, viii:305
  • Cledlyn, river, iv:231
  • Clement, Catherine, Llanilar, vi:27
  • Clement, Geoffrey, ili:331; v:148; ix:246
  • Clement, John,Cardigan, burgess, v:149
  • Clement, John Geoffrey, iii:331
  • Clement, Robert, v:148-9
  • Clement, Robert, x:232
  • clera, vii:16
  • Cletwr, river, viii:184
    • mediaeval mill site,iii:110
    • road bridge over, viii:342,350
  • Cletwr corn mill, Llandysul, vi:97
  • Cletwr Valley
    • botanical records, i:92
  • Cliff railway, vii:239; viii:408-13
    • see also Constitution Hill
  • Clifford, iii:333
  • Clinton, Aberystwyth, clerk of works, vii:125-6
  • Clock and Watchmakers in Wales a.C. Peate), viii:42
  • Clocker, Anne, Melindwr, ix:330
  • clogmaking, iv-.222,228; vi:95
  • Clos-y-Graig, Frongoch
    • co-operative stores, ii:91
  • Cloughton, Mr., Hafod, x:371
  • Clun-coch, v:4
  • Clun-glas, v:2
  • Clwb Uyfrau Cymraeg, viii :42
  • Clywedog
    • tai unnos, viii:106
  • Clywedog uchaf, river, viii:358
  • coach services, iv-.30-1
  • coal, vii:59,61,62
  • coastline geomorphology, i:172-3
  • Cobb, Henry, solicitor, ix:70
  • cobblers
    • see bootmakers
  • Cockerell, Charles Robert, architect, i:48,52; il:135; vi:417-8;·vil:161,162,222;x:56- 75,289-90
  • Coed-y-brain, v:7,13
  • Coed-y-brenin, iii:202
  • Coed-y-cwm, iv: 374, 380-1
  • Coedfoel hillfort, iv: 150, 151
    • see also Castell Gwynionydd, Llandysul
  • Coeddgleision, iii: 202
  • Coedgruffydd
    • iforiaid, iii:31
    • ivorites
      • see Coedgruffydd iforiaid
  • Coedgwgan, Llanbadarn
    • corn mill, vi:97,252
  • Coedllwyd, Clydey, vii:309
  • Coedmor estate, vi:150,156,158,159; x:3
  • Cofadail
    • school
      • see Cofadail: ysgol
    • ysgol, vi352,360
  • Cofadail Heddwch, Trefenter, ii:47; vi:353,360
  • Coffey, George, Aberystwyth, jeweller, ix:146
  • Coffey, William, Aberystwyth, pensioner, ix:144
  • Cofiant a phregethau Gwili (E. Cefni Jones), viii:42
  • Cofiant Phillips Horeb (T. M. Phillips), viii:38
  • Cofiant W. James, B.A., B.D., Manchester, vi:48
  • Cofrestr (1717), vui:440; x:132
  • Coghlan, Albert Camillus, viii.96
  • Coghlan, Edith nee Lloyd, viii:96
  • coins
    • Roman, iv:92-3
  • Colby, Mrs., Ffynone, viii:173
  • Colby, John Vaughan, viii:155,173
  • Colby, Thomas, Cardigan, mayor, v:418; vii:503135
  • Cole and Jones, vi:228
  • Cole, Mr., Aberystwyth, dispenser, v:174
  • Cole, Elizabeth, Aberystwyth, workhouse matron, ix:141;x:147
  • Cole, Janet, v:224 Cole, John, Aberystwyth, chymist, ix:142
  • Cole, John, Aberystwyth, registrar, ix:141
    • as Llanrhystud parish clerk, vi:10; x:147
  • Coleg Bek, Llanddewibrefi, i:46-7
  • Coliseum, Aberystwyth, vii:235,237-8,240, 243,244; viii:5,10,11,14
  • College, Penbryn, ix:352
  • College farm, vi:343
  • College of Librarianship, Wales, x:333
  • colleges
    • see names of individual colleges
  • Colley, John, Parcel Canol, x:385
  • Collier drama company, vii:231
  • Collins and Godfrey, builders, v:182
  • Collins, Catherine, Melindwr, ix:326
  • Collins, Harry, vii:240
  • Collwyn ap Tangno, iii:70; iv:6,73
  • Comet, march (stallion), v:134
  • Comets, tylwyth o feirch (family of stallions), v:136
  • commerce
    • bibliography, iv307-08
  • Commerce House, Bridge Street, Aberystwyth, ii:119
  • Commercial Hotel, Aberystwyth, x:366
  • Commercial Society of…Cardigan, x:46
  • Commins Coch
    • school, ii:150-1; iv:359; x:161-79,329-48
  • Commissioners of Inquiry into the state of Education in Wales, ii:72-3
    • see also education: report, 1847
  • Committee of Inquiry into Intermediate and Higher Education in Wales
    • see Aberdare Report common land, iii.110; vii-256; viii:101
      • see also enclosures
  • Common y Dafarn-fach, viii:112
  • Commons Cottages Charity, x-92
  • commotes, iii:266,268; iv:272
  • Company of Mine Adventurers, i:189;u:29;v:268
  • Compton, Aberaeron, vi:289,290,292
  • Compton House
    • and Aberystwyth public library, iii:177,178,179
  • Compton, Esgob (Bishop), iv:10-18
  • Concordia, schooner, vii:292,295
  • Confidence, schooner, vii:276-7,279,290,293,294
  • Congreve, Ralph, v:414-16
  • Connell, John, Parcel Canol, x:385
  • Conroy, Capt. John, ix:66
  • conservatives, v320-1
  • Considerations on the… Welsh… language (1717), x:142
  • Constitution Hill, Aberystwyth, vii:239,240; viii:408-12
  • camera obscura, viii:411
  • cliff railway and gardens, viii:409-11
    • putting green, viii:412
  • Cook, A. E., botanist, i:92
  • Cookman, Charlotte nee Johnes, iii:63,9,10
  • cooper
    • see cowper
  • Cooper’s Arms, Llwyncelyn, vi:287
  • Cooper, Sir Astley, surgeon, v:169,170,173, 187,188; x:277-8,282,292-3
  • Cooper, Catherine nee Inglis Jones, ii:136; x:278,293
  • Copa Hill, viii:419,420
  • Copper Hill
    • see Copa Hill
  • copper mining, viii:419
  • coracle fishing, vi:122-3
  • coracle making
    • see cwrwglwyr
  • Corbalengi stone, Llanborth, iv:60-6
  • Corbet, Edward, Ynysmaengwyn, ix:60
  • Corbett, John, forester, ix:252
  • Corbett, William, ii:30-l
  • Corley, Mr., vii:234
  • Corley, J., viii:2
  • corn
    • growing, iv:322,326
    • mills and milling, vi:93,97-8; vi:251-2; x:122-3
    • reaping, iv:68-70
    • trade, vii:58,60,61
  • Cornelius le Brun, iii:298; ix58
  • Corner House, Bridge Street, Aberystwyth, iv:196
  • Corner Shop, Tregaron, viii:341
  • Cornish Mount, Goginan, ix:323,325,333,335
  • Cornish Row, ix:335
  • Cornwallis charity, iv5437
  • Cornwallis, Francis, v:405
  • Cornwallis, Letitia, iv:54
  • Corporation Row (Street), Aberystwyth, iv:20
  • Cors Caranod, iii:124
  • Cors Caron, i:98-101; iv:236,239,240,241
    • comments of John Leland on, i:78
    • hatters
      • see Cors Caron: hetwyr
    • hetwyr, x:19
    • wildlife, i:100-01
  • Cors Fochno, i:97-8; iv:234,241; viii:102
    • bibliography, iv:302
    • botany, i:92,93
    • embankments, viii:113
    • enclosure and drainage, viii:181-92, x:25
    • manorial waste lands, viii:101
    • peat used as fuel, iii:292
    • Rhyfel y Sais Bach
      • see Rhyfel y Sais Bach
  • Cors Goch
    • see Cors Caron
  • Cosens, Capt, Bronpadam, v:177
  • cottages, x:112,122
  • Cotterell, Sir Charles, v:404
  • Cotton, A. D., botanist, i:92
  • Coultart, A. R., architect, viii:254,256
  • County of Angelsea, vessel, viii:308
  • county schools
    • see schools as subheadings of places
  • County Shipping Co. Ltd., x:422,423
  • Court Grange Mining Company, viii:217,218, 219,220
  • Court Manorvorion, viii:79
  • courting in bed
    • see bundling
  • Coutts, Mrs., iv:26
  • Cow, Mr., Carmarthen, i:198
  • Cowan, Mr. R. E., iv:286
  • cowper, iv:215,216,229
  • Cox’s circulating library, iv:27,28
  • Cox, John, printer, iv:28
  • Cox, William, Aberystwyth, bookseller, x:259-60,263-4,266
  • Craddock, Walter, iv:96,97,105
  • Cradocke, Master Philip, v:425
  • Cradog, Sir John, v:425
  • craftsmen
    • see crefftwyr
    • see also individual crafts
    • see also industry
  • Craig, Professor, vii:230
  • Craig-gwrtheryn, Llanfihangel-ar-Arth, iii:102
  • Craig y Fedw, v:246
  • Craig y Gaseg, v:254
  • Craig y March, v:254
  • Craig y Pistyll, viii:220,221
    • botanical records, i:92
    • plano-convex knife discovered, viii:478
  • Craigddu, Llanddewi Aberarth, i:61; vi:204
  • Craiglas
    • limekilns, x:373
  • Craigyrhuad, Brongwyn, vi:111
  • Crannog fair, iii:232
  • Cranogwen
    • see Rees, Sarah Jane “Cranogwen”
  • Cranston, Sgt. Thomas, Aberystwyth, stationer, ix:145
  • Cranston, William, Aberystwyth, Chelsea pensioner, ix:145
  • Crebar, William, mining agent, iii:286
  • Credo, vessel, x:50,51
  • crefftwyr, iv:213-30
    • see also individual crafts
    • see also industry
  • Crefftwyr yng Nghymru (L C. Peate), viii:42
  • Crescent, vessel, vi:214
  • Cresswell, George, watchmaker, x:261
  • Creuddyn, commote, iii:268,277; iv:273,280; v:144; vi:139; vii:18; viii:101
  • Creuddyn Welsh Flyer, march (stallion), v:139
  • Cribb, Dr. J. M., v:188,192
  • Cribyn
    • blacksmith, vi:100
    • schools
      • see Cribyn ysgolion
    • unitarian church, iv:122-3
    • ysgolion, iv:363,364,365,368; vi:180
      • Pontfanog school, ix:307-08
  • Cribyn Clotas, ysgol (school), vi:80
  • crime, v:265-78
    • Llandysul parish, i:128,140
  • Crismas, Anne, i:130
  • Crissley ferch Dafydd Ddu BenUwyd, ix:372
  • crochennydd, iv:217
  • Crognant, Lledrod
    • woollen mill, vi:111
  • Crompton, Benjamin, vui:91
  • Cross, Cardigan, ix:336
  • Cross Hands, Llandysul, ii:115
  • Cross Inn (Llan-non)
    • blacksmith, vi:100
  • Cross Inn, New Quay
    • blacksmith, vi:100
  • Cross Inn Fach
    • gorsaf, viii:35
    • railway station
      • see Cross Inn Fach gorsaf
  • Crosswood estate, iii:70-88; iv:14; vi:28; vii:261
    • and David Lloyd, viii:340
    • and Ffos-y-bleiddiaid, ii:242
    • bibliography, iv:307
    • deeds, viii:218
    • figures of rabbits killed, iv:236
    • hares accounted, iv:239
    • increase in rent, 1801-14, v:280
    • lead mines, i:179,180,183; v:317
    • politics, v:319,338
    • prehistoric sites, ix:270
    • Roman fort, iv:87,88,90
      • see also Vaughan family and members
  • Crowly, David, Parcel Canol, x:385
  • Crowly, Mary, Parcel Canol, x:385
  • Crown, Llandysul, ii:115
  • Crown, public house, New Quay, vii:291
  • Crown, tavern, Aberaeron, vi:289
  • Crown Fach, Llandysul, ii:115
  • Crowther, J. N. (Glanceri), iv:372; x:431-7, 441,442-6
  • Crowther, Sarah nee Lloyd, x:431
  • Crug Coe
    • barrow, ix:289
  • Crug Cou
    • cairn, ix:268
  • Crug Du, ix:274
    • barrow, ix:289
  • Crug Mawr
    • battle of, i:40; x:190
    • earthen vases, ix:272
    • ghost
      • see Crug Mawr ysbryd
    • ysbryd, v:383
  • Crug y Balwg
    • mound, ix:268
  • Crug-y-Maen
    • independent church, vii:8
  • Crugyn Dimai castle, iii:67
  • Crugyreryr, Talgarreg
    • woollen mill, vi:111
  • Crutseyson, grange, vi:342
  • Cruwys, Mr., viii:354
  • Crygg Llyw, v:48
  • Crynfryn House, Aberystwyth, iii:299; iv:194; v:173,199; x:271,364-5
  • Crynfryn Row, Aberystwyth, iii:299; x:271,365
  • crynwyr, iv:111-12
  • culm trade, vi:209; vii:59,61,281-2; ix:l 15-16
  • Cumberland, George, iii:343; vii:215,216,221
  • Cumming, L, botanist, i.92
  • Cummins, Cathne, Parcel Canol, x:385
  • Cummins, Daniel, Parcel Canol, x:385
  • Cummins, Ellen, Parcel Canol, x:385
  • Cummins, Jeremiah, Parcel Canol, x:385
  • Cundy, Margaret Coakley nee Davies, vi:243, 244,245,247
  • Cunedda Wledig, iii:106; iv:191,200; vi:267, 268; vii:1-2
  • Cupola, Trefechan, iii:298
  • Curcagni, Celtic chieftain, viii:370
  • Curlew weavers, Troed-yr-aur, vi:111
  • Customs House, Aberystwyth, iv:23
  • Cuthbert, Mr., vii:51-2
  • Cwerchyr, river
    • road bridges over, viii:335,338
  • Cwerchyr, Henllan
    • woollen mill, vi:110
  • Cwm, Blaen-porth
    • Howell Harris a (and), v:2,8,10
  • Cwm, Llangoedmor, v:11
  • Cwm-ann, v:2
  • Cwm Buga, v:246
  • Cwm-cou
    • blacksmith, vi:100
  • Cwm Cynfelin
    • bibliography, iv:302
  • Cwm Cynon, v:8,9,10
  • Cwm Danygelli, v:11
  • Cwm Du, viii:82
    • bards
      • see Cwm Du beirdd
    • beirdd, v:385
    • emigration
      • see Cwm Du ymfudo
    • Sain Mihangel, viii:469
    • ymfudo, ii:167
  • Cwm Einion
    • botanical records, i:92
  • Cwm Gwyddil valley, vi:437
  • Cwm Lladron, ix:343,344
  • Cwm Mawr mine, vii:87
  • Cwm-meudwy, Llandysul, iii:107
  • Cwm Meurig, Gwnnws
    • castle, iii56
  • Cwm Mill, Tal-y-bont, vi:109,113
  • Cwm-ul
    • bidding, iv:41-6
  • Cwmbach, farm, iii:136,145
  • Cwmbrwyno, Melindwr, ix:333
  • Cwmbrwyno “castle”, iii:69
  • Cwmbrwyno chapel school, Melindwr, ix:333
  • Cwmbrwyno mine house, Melindwr, ix:333
  • Cwmbrwyno turnpike road, Melindwr, ix:333
  • Cwmbwa farm, ii:277; v:114
  • Cwmcafan, Talsarn
    • woollen mill, vi:111
  • Cwmcastell, Dihewyd, iii:197
  • Cwmcastell, Llannarth, iii:69
  • Cwmceulan, Melindwr, ix:333
  • Cwmcoednerth, iv:374
  • Cwmdeuddwr grange, Strata Florida, i:36
  • Cwmeithin
    • iforiaid, iii:31
    • ivorites
      • see Cwmeithin iforiaid
  • Cwmerfyn
    • Capel Bethlehem, vi:386
    • iforiaid, iii:31
    • ivorites
      • see Cwmerfyn iforiaid
    • lead mine, 1:179,181,184; v.122; viii:217, 218,219,220,355,356; x:383
  • Cwmerfyn Bach (Cwm Ervin Bach), viii:356
  • Cwmergyr
    • education, iii:209
  • Cwmfelin
    • iforiaid, iii:28
    • ivorites
      • see Cwmfelin iforiaid
  • Cwmgwaednerth
    • see Cwmcoednerth
  • Cwmhowni, v:8,9,11,12,13
  • Cwmhyar
    • corn mill, iv:165; vi:97
  • Cwmmins, Aberaeron, vi:291
  • Cwmmwd y Perfedd, ii:30
  • Cwmrheidol
    • population, 1861-71, ix:128-34
  • Cwmrheidol United District School Board, iii:208-09,210,211,213
  • Cwmsebon
    • lead mine, viii:217,218,219,220,222
  • Cwmsychbant Unitarian cemetery
    • grave of M. U. G. Williams, viii:348
  • Cwmsymlog, x:125
    • baptists, iv:124
    • bibliography, iv.302
    • church, ii:28
    • iforiaid, iii:31
    • ivorites
      • see Cwmsymlog iforiaid
    • lead mines, 1:177,178,181,183,184,185,189; ii:27-38,54-5; iii:286; iv:129; v:272; viii:217,218,219,220,355,357
      • see also Blaencwmsymlog mine
  • Cwmsymlog, fishing boat, v:273
  • Cwmtudu
    • mill, x:315
    • shipbuilding, ix:122
  • Cwmyrolchfa
    • road bridge, viii:342
  • Cwmystwyth, v:21
    • bibliography, iv:302
    • brigands, vi:145
    • cerddoriaeth, vi:305
    • grange, i:36
    • lead mine, i:179,181,184; iv:129; v:110- 13,271; vii:86-7; viii:341,419-38; ix:60; x:125
    • road bridge at, viii:345
      • see also South Cwmystwyth mine
      • see also West Cwmystwyth mine
    • music
      • see Cwmystwyth cerddoriaeth
    • school
      • see Cwmystwyth: ysgol
    • shop, viii:424
    • Temperance Society, ii:92
    • toll gate sign presented to museum, ii:178
    • ysgol, iv:365-6
  • Cwmystwyth Company (1885-6), viii:431-3
  • Cwmystwyth Company (1886-96), viii:433-o
  • Cwmystwyth Mill, lead mine, v:111
  • Cwmystwyth Mining Co. Ltd., v:111-13; viii:436
  • cwn, iii:107
  • Cwrcoed, Llandyfriog, viii:89
  • Cwrrws, Llandyfriog
    • corn mill, vi:97
  • Cwrs y Byd, viii:49
  • Cwrtnewydd
    • blacksmith, vi:100
    • craftsmen
      • see Cwrtnewydd : cwrefftwyr
    • cwrefftwyr, iv:215
  • cwrwglwyr, iv:220-1
  • Cyd-Bwyllgor Addysg, viii:48
  • Cydplwyf
    • factory, x:316
  • Cydymddiddan ynghylch Bedydd Plant, viii:468
  • Cydymmaith i’r Allor (1715), viii:449,465
  • Cyfansoddiad Athronyddol Enwau Lleoedd Cymreig yng Nghymru, :362
  • Cyfeiliog, cwmwd (commote), v-.246,251
  • Cyfnewidfa Lahar, Llandysul, viii:40,45
  • Cyfoeth y Brenin
    • enclosures, viii:109
  • Cyfoeth y Brenin United District School Board, iii:210,211,213; iv:370
  • Cyfrinfa Tyssul, iv:157
  • Cyhylyn Fardd, iv:7,8,9
  • Cymanfa Bedyddwyr Llandysul, vi:307-08
  • Cymanfynydd, iii:196
  • Cymdeithas Ddiwylliadol Eglwys Annibynwyr Hawen, v:347
  • Cymdeithas Fuddiannol Llandyssul, viii:28
  • Cymdeithas Fudcliannol y Cilgwyn, viii:28
  • Cymdeithas Fuddiant y Cilgwyn, iv:158
  • Cymdeithas Gyfeillgar Christmasia, iv:158; vili:28
  • Cymdeithas Gyfeillgar Tyssul Sant, vili:28
  • Cymdeithas Llên Dyffryn Teifi, vili:34
  • Cymdeithas y Temlwyr Da, Llandysul, viii:28
  • Cymdeithas yr Hen Frythoniaid, viii:441,464
  • Cymdeithasau Cyfeillgar Llandysul, viii:28
  • Cymdeithasfa Pontrhydfendigaid, viii:207
  • Cymric Shipping Co. Ltd., x:422
  • Cymro bonheddig, freeman, iv:273
  • Cynuo Llwyd, march (stallion), v:136
  • Cynan, abad Hendy-gwyn (abbotof Whitland), vi:301
  • Cynan ab Owain, x:191
  • Cynan ap Maredudd, v:144,145; ix:368
  • Cyneiniog, river
    • road bridge over, viii:346
  • Cynfyn Maelawr, vii:18
  • Cyngor Difrifol i un ar ôl Bod yn Glaf, vili:452
  • Cyngor Llyfrau Cymraeg, viii:48
  • Cyngor y Celfyddydau, viii:48
  • Cynllo, v:424
  • Cynllo, river
    • road bridge over, viii:335
  • Cynllun y Pum Sir, viii:48
  • Cynnull Mawr, Llandre
    • corn mill, vi:97
  • Cynon chapel, Llanfihangel-y-Creuddyn,iv:126
  • cyntedd, iii:106
  • Cytir, iii:107; ix:20
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