Index

This is a brief index of the topics covered in the current series of newsletters and journals

TypeTopicNewsletter/Journal number 
ClubBridgend Cricket Club03
ClubBridgend Rugby Club Ravens insignia06
ClubBridgend YMCA07
ClubBridgend Youth Club09
ClubCastle Players02
Criminal activityRobbery 184708
Criminal activitySmuggling13
Criminal activitySmuggling along the Ogmore river06
DwellingCandleston Castle08
DwellingCoed-y-Mwstwr; Arthur J Williams; Robert Crawshay; Williams Memorial Hall Coychurch08
DwellingElder House 01
DwellingGreat Frampton15
DwellingHeronstone Lane and caravan site04
DwellingTythegston Court & Lady Malefant08
EventsExplosion 187408
EventsFreak storm 191305
EventsGuy Fawkes night 187016
EventsSmallpox outbreak 196214
EventsWarship week 1941 – HMS Urge06
EventsWhitley bomber crash 1941, Sker point05
EventsShipwrecks16
HospitalGlamorgan County Aylum14
HospitalParc Hospital14
IndustryBrickworks at Porthcawl?17
IndustryWoollen industry in Bridgend16
PeopleBridgend wife murder Newcastle Hill 187211
PeopleChoked by a fish – 176509
PeopleDied of overindulgence – 176809
PeopleEdwin Miles, photographer14
PeopleHenry John Randall04
PeopleIolo Morgannwg14
PeopleIvor Anthony07
PeopleJames Brogden, Porthcawl05
PeopleJames Howell (Howells Dept Store)07
PeopleJohn Thomas Harpist02
PeopleJohn Thomas, Harpist13
PeopleLeander Beha15
PeopleMike Stokes18
PeopleRev Norman Parcell17
PeopleStanley Simmonds18
PeopleTwo naughty boys – court record 191405
PeopleVernon Hartshorn17
PeopleWalter Coffin, coal owner10
PlaceBrackla Holy Well – a rag well06
PlaceBridgend Sanitary Report for 184911
PlaceDescription of Bridgend – Gloucester Journal 179616
PlaceEtymology of local place names16
PlaceHistorical remains in the Bridgend uplands16
PlaceHunt’s Directory 1849 – entry for Bridgend15
PlaceLittle West, Southerndown18
PlaceManor of Ogmore tenancies – 183515
PlaceOld Police Station02
PlaceRubin’s Field02
PlaceStanding Stone (Sunnyside stone)15
PlaceThe Cinema, Cross Street03
PlaceThe Sunnyside Stone03
Pub/Hotel/ RestaurantKilling in the Old Castle pub; Transportation to Van Diemens Land12
Pub/Hotel/ RestaurantShort History of pub names09
Pub/Hotel/ RestaurantThe Globe pub, Nolton Street10
Pub/Hotel/ RestaurantWyndham Hotel after hours 193115
ReligiousLitchard Mission Church18
ReligiousSmyrna Chapel, Penyfai04
ReligiousSmyrna Chapel, Penyfai09
ReligiousTabor Chapel, Maesteg – First performance of Mae hen wlad fy’ nhadau at  04
ReligiousUnitarian Chapel, Lower Park St10
ReminiscenceMemories – Buffo Coles06
ReminiscenceMemories – David Lewis (Dai Splash); Dunlop’s bike shop, Market St.09
ReminiscenceMemories of a ‘cub’ reporter – Clive Girton17
ReminiscenceOgmore by Sea, Memories of – Clive Girton07
ReminiscenceOgmore by Sea, More Memories of – Clive Girton08
SchoolBridgend Girls Grammar School12
SchoolBridgend Preparatory and Commercial School07
SchoolBridgend Preparatory and Commercial School11
SchoolBryntirion Preparatory School17
SchoolCoed-y-Mwstwr approved school 1953 – girls absconding13
SchoolEwenny school13
SchoolNational School, Brackla St11
SchoolPandy Infant School, Aberkenfig11
SchoolPort Talbot County School 189607
SchoolSt Brides Church in Wales School11
ShopJones Confectioners, Bridgend07
ShopStokes Drapers18
TransportN& C Bus company05
TransportPorthcawl railway Station11
TransportRailway – main line04
TransportTrain crash 196515
UsHistory of B&DLHS06
UsHistory of B&DLHS14
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