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Monday, 27 July 2015

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Wednesday, 22 July 2015

One Hundred Years Ago This Week …





Kapitänleutnant Waldemar Kophamel, commander of U-35 from 3 November 1914 to 12 November 1915.
 http://www.uboat.net/wwi/men/commanders/150.html

… the most successful German U-boat of the Great War had stealthily left Welsh waters and returned to base, leaving behind it a trail of sunken and damaged vessels circling the UK.

U-35 was commissioned on 3 November 1914 and given over to the command of Kapitänleutnant Waldemar Kophamel. During the Great War, the submarine undertook 17 patrols around the UK and in the Mediterranean, sinking 226 ships and damaging nine others.

Its first patrol, which caused the trail of destruction, appears to have begun in late April or early March 1915. On 9 March 1915, the BLACKWOOD, a British steamship owned by Tyneside Line Ltd. (J. Ridley & Son & Tully) of North Shields, became the U35’s first victim. The steamship was carrying coal from Blyth to Le Havre and was torpedoed off Dungeness, Kent, in the English Channel. The route of the submarine can then be followed into the North Sea (the sinking of steamship LAILIA on 30 April 1915), and on around the north of Scotland (sinking of CUBANO steamship off the Flannan Islands, Outer Hebrides, on 2 June), until U-35 was in the Western Approaches off southern Ireland. Between 6 &13 June 1915, it would sink 12 ships flying the flags of Britain, France, Norway and Russia.

The first losses in Welsh waters were on the 8 June 1915 – four in one day. The EXPRESS (NPRN 519183), a three-masted schooner, was captured and scuttled south-west of the Smalls. Next was the STRATH CARRON (NPRN 274643), a Glasgow steamship, torpedoed without warning, followed by the French schooner LA LIBERTÉ (NPRN 519181), which was shelled. Finally, the Falmouth schooner, SUSANNAH (NPRN 519182) was captured and scuttled.

A small feature in the ‘Mrs Grundy’s Jottings’ column of the Barry Dock News, 18 June 1915, notes that two of the crew members of the STRATH CARRON were residents of Barry.
http://newspapers.library.wales/view/4130135/4130140


U-35 moved westwards to sink three more vessels off southern Ireland, before returning to Welsh waters on 13 June 1915. Contemporary newspapers implied that the German U-boat captain had used a new infamous ‘tactic’ –- hiding behind a steamship to cover its approach to sink another vessel. The steamship was the HOPEMOUNT (NPRN 519188) of Newcastle, carrying Welsh coal from Cardiff to Alexandria. The HOPEMOUNT's crew, while in their lifeboat, saw the submarine attack and sink an unknown schooner. The submarine then returned and again shelled the HOPEMOUNT, because it was not sinking quickly enough. The master of the unknown schooner, which was the French-registered DIAMANT (NPRN 274645) of St Malo, stated that the submarine appeared from behind a steamer, which watched the operation, and that afterwards the submarine returned to the shelter of the ship.

With hindsight, from the above accounts, we can see that Kophamel was just making the most of the opportunity presented to him. Two days later, he was away to the west again, off southern Ireland, sinking the sailing barque FRANÇOIS and the full-rigged ship MORNA. From there, U-35 slipped away, back to its home base. Its next series of attacks on Allied shipping began in the Mediterranean in September 1915.

To read more of the STRATH CARRON and HOPEMOUNT stories, follow the links below:
http://www.peoplescollection.wales/node/465219
http://www.peoplescollection.wales/node/465183

Remembering those with who gave their lives for their country, and who have no grave but the sea.
http://www.peoplescollection.wales/collections/415321


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Friday, 10 July 2015

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Thursday, 9 July 2015

Huw Edwards Reopens Historic Ceredigion Chapel





Hen Gapel, Rhydowen, Llandysul
NPRN: 11594, DS2014_288_001
Interior of Hen Gapel, Rhydowen, Llandysul 
NPRN: 11594, DS2014_288_001

This Friday, 10 July, Hen Gapel, Rhydowen, will re-open its doors to the public after undergoing a £153,000 restoration programme under the care of Addoldai Cymru: The Welsh Religious Buildings Trust.

As part of the opening the Royal Commission will launch its new digital resource, ‘Hen Gapel: A Virtual Museum’. Built on the gaming platform Unity, this digital museum allows the user to explore independently the chapel and its environs while reading a series of virtual ‘books’ that tell the history of the building and its congregations, and experiencing two immersive experiences.

This small chapel in the heart of Ceredigion is significant for the part it has played in the religious and political history of the area. Founded in 1726 by Jenkin Jones, one of the first Unitarian preachers in Wales, it famously made national headlines for the ‘Troed Allan’ when the minister and congregation were locked out of the building by the Tory landlord for supporting the liberal candidate in the election of 1876. By two o’clock that Sunday afternoon, 26 October, a crowd of some three thousand people had assembled at the gates to the chapel, arriving by foot, horseback and carts. Refusing to make forcible entry to the building, the Rev. William Thomas (commonly known by his bardic name Gwilym Marles) preached a powerful sermon from the steps of the burial ground. The history of the chapel is also intertwined with the evictions of tenant farmers and their subsequent emigration to America, including that of the family of Frank Lloyd Wright, and the development of the ‘ y Smotyn Du’, the Black Spot of Unitarianism.

BBC broadcaster Huw Edwards, a patron of Addoldai Cymru and the Royal Commission will symbolically hand the key of the building to minister Wyn Thomas as part of the re-opening ceremonies, mirroring the handing back of the chapel in 1879. The Grade II* chapel is now in the care of Addoldai Cymru and will find a new life as a centre for the local community.

Image of Rev. William Thomas (commonly known by his bardic name Gwilym Marles).
Ceredigion election poster.
Eviction of David Davies Penffynnon Farm.


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Tuesday, 30 June 2015

Bwletin Archifau a Llyfrgell Cofnod Henebion Cenedlaethol Cymru – Mehefin 2015





Croeso i’r rhifyn diweddaraf o Fwletin Archifau a Llyfrgell Cofnod Henebion Cenedlaethol Cymru (CHCC) http://www.cbhc.gov.uk/HI/CYM/Ein+Gwasanaethau/Rhoi+Cofnodion/Derbyniadau+Diweddar/. Gellir gweld yr eitemau archifol a’r llyfrau llyfrgell ac erthyglau o gylchgronau yn ein hystafell ddarllen gyhoeddus. Gellir gweld y deunydd archifol ar Coflein hefyd ynwww.coflein.gov.uk

Rydym ar agor i’r cyhoedd ar yr adegau canlynol:
Dydd Llun – Dydd Gwener 09.30 – 16.00, Dydd Mercher 10.30 – 16.30.
Fe’ch cynghorir i wneud apwyntiad.

Mehefin 2015

Archif

Vernon D. Emmanuel Collection
Digital photographs showing:
  • Aspects of several iron and steel works in South Wales, taken by Vernon Emmanuel between 1970-1990: C606486 
  • Aspects of Carmathen Bay and Usk power stations, taken by Vernon Emmanuel between 1970-1990: C606544 
  • Cefn Golau cholera cemetary, Tredegar, taken by Vernon Emmanuel in 1981 and a digital account of the cholera epidemics of 1832-33 and 1866: C606845 
  • Miscellaneous sites in South Wales, including chapels, brickworks and lime quarries, taken by Vernon Emmanuel in the 1970s, 1980s and 1990s: C607308 

Headland Archaeology Projects Archive
Project archives relating to archaeological monitoring and investigation conducted by Headland Archaeology (UK) Ltd. into the following sites and events:
  • The removal of church pews during renovation work at Ss Peter, Paul and John, Llantrisant Fawr, Dec 2014: C606588 
  • Land at Langton Farm, Scleddau, March 2015: C606591 

Entrance area hedge removed and stripped, taken at archaeological watching brief at Princes Gate Spring Water ref: HAP008_02_02_15, C606632
  • The installation of two wind turbines and associated work at Princes Gate Spring Water, 2014: C606613, C606615, C606616 and C606617 
  • The installation of a single wind turbine and associated work at Newlands Farm, Port Talbot, 2014: C606660 
  • Engineering pits at Llwyn Celyn Farmstead, Cwmyoy, 2015: C606713 

Photo taken during a Watching Brief carried out during the installation of a single wind turbines and associated work at Newlands Farm, Port Talbot, ref: HAP009_02_11, C606673

Persons Collection
Review of the biography "Edward Thomas:From Adlestrop to Arras" by Jean Moorcroft Wilson, produced by John Sutherland and published in The Times, Sat May 23rd, 2015. Edward Thomas was a Commissioner for a brief period: C606576

Obituary for the Earl of Plymouth (former Chair of RCAHMW ) published in The Times, 4th Oct 1943: C606897

Black and white photograph of Douglas Hague, taken at Worthing: C606901

RCAHMW Digital Survey
Archive relating to an RCAHMW digital survey of Pont Ceunant Hydro-Electric power Station: C606725

Emergency Recording Collection
Digital photographic record of Monfryn Cottage, Bwlch Derwyn, produced by Trevor Allinson 2014-15 and deposited with NMRW as a condition of planning consent: C606756


Monfryn Cottage, taken by Trevor Allinson, Feb 2015, ref: ERC2015_002_41, C606784

Digital photographic record (Jan 2015) and measured drawings (2013) of Bethany English Baptist Church, Treherbert produced by Alwyn Jones Architects, 2013-15, and deposited with NMRW as a condition of planning consent: C607244, C607255

Report comprising colour photographs, measured plans and elevation drawings of Bethany English Baptist Church, Treherbert produced by Alwyn Jones Architects, 2013-15, and deposited with NMRW as a condition of planning consent: C607252

Digital photographic record (April 2015) and measured drawings (2014) of Trinity English C.M. Chapel, Tonypandy produced by H.D. Williams, 2014-15, and deposited with NMRW as a condition of planning consent: C607276

Melin - Journal of the Welsh Mills Society Collection
Box of Illustrative material submitted for inclusion in Melin - the journal of the Welsh Mills Society. Donated by the editor of the journal, Brian Malaws: C606734

RCAHMW Digital Survey Collection
Lan Lash Farm Complex: archive relating to a revision of an RCAHMW digital survey of Lan Lash Farm in 2010: C606751

Pont Ceunant Hydro-Electric Power Station: Archive from an RCAHMW digital survey archive of Pont Ceunant Hydro-Electric Power Station in August 2012: C606725

Llanelwedd Pillow Mound Excavation Archive
One box containing a black and white photographic survey of excavations on both pillow mounds 1 and 2, at Llanelwedd, carried out by C.J. Spurgeon of the RCAHMW: C606805

General Digital Donations Collection
"Jottings and Historical Records with Index on the History of South Pembrokeshire Vol.2 Manorial Accounts 1324-1333". Research notes compiled by Basil H.J. Hughes, 1996: C606820

"Pembrokeshire Places & People; central and northern area; Haverfordwest including coal mining - Rhoose Hundred.odt.". Research notes compiled by Basil H.J. Hughes, 2015: C606822

"Pembrokeshire - the Milford Haven Rhoose Hundred". Research notes compiled by Basil H.J. Hughes, 2015: C606824

Report on an excavation of the Sarn Helen Roman Road at Lledrod Ceredigion, prepared for Trisgell Ltd by Dr Iestyn Jones of Archaeology Wales, June 2015: C607230

Unpublished Dissertations
Unpublished Master’s thesis entitled " A Reassessment of the Neolithic Chambered Tombs of South-West Wales (Carmarthenshire and Pembrokeshire) produced by Christopher Thompson Barker, 1990: C606855

History of the Royal Commission
Various materials relating to the history of the Royal Commission including:
  • Notes from early Commissioners meetings including programmes of visits, dated 1909-1915. 606865 
  • Bound volume entitled Minutes of Evidence Report IX (1931) questionnaires reports of Inspectors of Ancient Monuments 606866 
  • Nine reports of the Royal Commission, presented to both Houses of Parliament by Command of His Majesty, between 1910 and 1931. 606867 
  • Bound volume entitled Minutes of Evidence, Volume 1, 1912 (2 copies). 
  • Schedule of parishes for Montgomery compiled for RCAHMW Inventory 
  • Comments on the Pembrokeshire Inventory compiled by C. Fox and E. Owen. 
  • Witness questionnaires produced for RCAHMW Cardiff meeting, c.1910. 
  • Caricature of Dr Hogg, produced by Leonard Monroe, the caption reads "Extract from Secretary's Report - It is essential that the Secretary should have leisure to digest the material put before him" 
  • Group photograph of staff and Commissioners at Gliffaes Hotel, 1982. 

Additional Information
  • Report and sketch plans relating to earthworks around Trueman's Hill, Hawarden, produced by Tom Welsh, c.2015: C606876 
  • Report entitled "Memorial of the Corporation of Carnarvon praying the Arbitration Committee of the Privy Council to locate the Welsh National Museum in Carnarvon Castle in the said Borough" 1905: C606881 
  • Copy of a guidebook dated 2000 relating to St Twrog's Church, produced by Revd R. Lewis Edwards: C607326 
  • Copy of a guidebook entitled Welsh Gold The story of Gwynfynydd Gold Mine, dated 1993: C607329 
  • Copies of measured drawings showing the underground layout at Gwynfynydd Gold Mine 1985-1996: C607333 
  • Field drawings produced by Brian Malaws during his visit to Gwynfynydd Gold Mine, Feb 1999: C607334 

Cambrian Archaeological Projects Archive
Digital photographs from a desk based assessment and standing building recording relating to Furnace Farm, Eglwysbach, Conwy Valley. CAP Report Number 634: C606882

Wrecks Collection
Undated black and white photograph showing the vessel River Loyne alongside a quayside with transit sheds and LMS railway wagons in the background: C606892

Archaeological Diving Unit Archive
24 colour slides and associated list relating to dives in Wales produced by the Archaeological Diving Unit and transferred to NMRW by Historic England: C607306

Letter and report relating to 2000 field work on Pwll Fanog, produced by D.M. McElvogue and transferred to NMRW by Historic England: C607307

Drawings Collection
Felin Dulas, Penrhos, Anglesey; Vertical section/projection of millwork, produced by John Crompton, 2007: C606893

Felin Dulas, Penrhos, Anglesey; plan/projection of millwork, produced by John Crompton, 2007: C606894

Felin Dulas, Penrhos, Anglesey; measured drawings comprising north-east elevation, stone floor plan and ground floor plan, produced by John Crompton, 2007: C606895

Detailed measured drawing of the wheel at Melin Gwna, Bodorgan, produced by John Crompton: C606896

Cambrian Archaeological Projects Archive
Evaluation brief and measured drawings relating to Archaeological Watching Brief and Desk Based Assessment for the Old Bowling Green, Cannons Lane, Presteigne. CAP Report Number 653: C606898

NMR Site Files
Black and white photograph showing Melin Adda taken by Leonard Monroe, undated: C606930

Black and white photograph showing Penmon Priory Dovecot taken by Leonard Monroe, undated: C606931

Black and white photograph of a c1845 woodcut engraving showing a romanticised view of a pigsty near Llandaff: C606933

Descriptive text and measured drawings by Alwyn B. Walters, 1929, published in The Architects' Journal for November 20, 1929: C607171

RCAHMW photo survey of Lymore Hall, comprising two black and white photographs, c1910: C607172

Postcard showing exterior view of Lymore Hall with Royal shooting party in the foreground, loaned for copying by Thomas Lloyd, c1909: C607191

Olwen M. Jenkins Slide Collection
Colour slides showing buildings in Blaenavon, produced by Olwen Jenkins, 2002: C606979

Corpus of Early Medieval Inscribed Stones Publication Collection
Digital drawings of inscribed stones, distribution maps, alphabets and patterns. Produced by RCAHMW, as published in A Corpus of Early Medieval Inscribed Stones and Stone Sculptures in Wales: Volume 3, 2013: C607002


Line drawing showing the inscribed stone at Ceilwart Isa Farm, Barmouth, ref: CEMS_3_03_06, C607008.
Line drawing showing chi-rhos and crosses (Fig 4.11), ref: CEMS_3_03_27, C607036.


A.J. Parkinson Slide Collection
A further 174 sheets of slides have been catalogued to batch level this month.

Investigators’ Photographs
Photo surveys taken by Brian Malaws in Feb 1999 of the following sites:
  • Gwynfynydd Gold Mine, Ganllwyd: C607349, C607371 
  • Tyddyn Gwladys Gunpowder Works, Ganllwyd: C607361 
  • Tyddyn Gwladys Lead Mine, Ganllwyd: C607402 

Llyfrau

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Cyfnodolion

Ancient Monuments Society Newsletter no. 02/2015 (Summer 2015)

Ancient Monuments Society Transactions vol. 59 (2015)

Antiquity vol. 89 no. 345 (June 2015)

Archive, the Journal for British Industrial and Transport History no. 86 (June 2015)

British Archaeology no. 143 (July-August 2015)

BSI Update Standards (June 2015)

C20 – the magazine of the Twentieth Century Society no. 2/2015

Carmarthenshire Antiquary vol. 50 (2014)

CBA Newsletter no. 34 (Summer 2015)

Chapels Society Newsletter no. 59 (May 2015)

Current Archaeology no. 304 (July 2015)

The Georgian no. 1/2015

The Georgian Group Journal vol. 23 (2015)

Landscapes vol. 16 no. 1 (June 2015)

Llafur vol. 11 no. 3 (2014)

Past no. 80 (July 2015)

Pembrokeshire Life (June 2015)

Site Recorder no. 1586 (June 2015)

The Victorian no. 49 (July 2015)

Victorian Society Studies in Victorian Architecture and Design vol. 5: Pevsner and Victorian Architecture (2015) [catalogued as a book and kept in the Library]

Welsh History Review vol. 27 no. 3 (June 2015)


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Ancient Monuments Society Newsletter no. 02/2015, pp. 11 & 12, Casework section: Pontypridd, Bethany Baptist Church, proposals to remove some of the pews; Swansea, Siloh Newydd Chapel, Landore, meeting to consider the future in light of dwindling congregation; p. 20, Gleanings section: Tabernacle Baptist Chapel, Talgarth, bought by Alan McGee, former manager of Oasis; proposes to use it for concerts and community events; p. 22, Miscellaneous section: new Cadw CEO and the Historic Environment (Wales) Bill; buildings, esp. chapels, under siege in Wales; 80% cut to Newport Museum and Library; the former holds important artefacts from Tintern Abbey, Blaenavon, and other sites; p. 39: Short review of our Welsh Slate book.

Ancient Monuments Society Transactions vol. 59, p. 23: ‘Two Private Chapels, Two Painted Ceilings: Gwydir Uchaf and Staunton Herald’ by Irene Brightmer

Carmarthenshire Antiquary vol. 50, p. 167: Review of The Western Brecon Beacons: The Archaeology of Mynydd Du and Fforest Fawr by David Leighton

Current Archaeology no. 304, p. 47: Review of Pontcysyllte Aqueduct and Canal by Peter Wakelin

Landscapes vol. 16 no. 1, p. 100: Review of Aerofilms: A History of Britain from Above by James Crawford, Katy Whitaker and Allan Williams

The Victorian no. 49, p. 22: Casework: Wales and the Midlands mentions the demolition threat to the grade II listed Victoria Pier, Colwyn Bay; p. 34: ‘Top Ten most endangered’ mentions emergency repair work on Navigation Colliery, Crumlin, and gives an update on the Coal Excahnge in Cardiff.

Welsh History Review vol. 27 no. 3, p. 417: ‘Family, Land and Inheritance in Late Medieval Wales: A Case Study of Llannerch in the Lordship of Dyffryn Clwyd’ by Llinos Beverley Smith [a former Commissioner]; p. 599: Review by our former colleague Daryl Leeworthy of Proud to be a Swan: The History of Swansea City AFC by Geraint H. Jenkins


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