Llanelly

Llanelly (Welsh: Llanelli) is the name of both a village and its respective parish in Monmouthshire principal area, within the historic boundaries of Brecknockshire, south-east Wales.

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Timeline Of Llanelli History - 1800s
1801 – Llanelly’s first census – population 2,972. 1803 – Llanelly and Mynydd Mawr Railway opened 1805 – Llanelly’s copper works established by Daniel Co. 1809 – Llanelly is hit by floods ...
High Sheriff Of Carmarthenshire - List of Sheriffs - 20th Century
... 1901 Ernest Trubshaw, of Aelybryn, Llanelly 1902 John Morgan Davies, of Froodvale, Llanwrda 1903 Richard Edward Jennings, of Gellidêg, Kidwelly 1904 Sir John Williams, Bt ... of Royston Court, Ferryside 1911 Thomas Griffiths, of Glanmor, Burry Port 1912 Thomas Jones of Llanelly 1913 Joseph Williams of Llanelly 1914 Henry Morton Glyn Evans of Llangennech 1915 ... Pembrokeshire 1931 Joseph Pascoe Williams, of Cefnbryn, Llanelly 1952 ... Thomas Ellis Jones-Davies 1964 ... The Hon ...
Llanelli And Mynydd Mawr Railway - History
... The Llanelly and Mynydd Mawr Railway, earlier known as the Carmarthenshire Tramroad was established in 1802 in Wales by an Act of Parliament ... The Llanelly and Mynydd Mawr Railway is claimed to be the Oldest Public Railway in Britain ... reopened in 1883 operated by the newly formed Llanelly and Mynydd Mawr Railway Co ...
Llanelly And Mynydd Mawr Railway
... The Llanelly and Mynydd Mawr Railway (LMMR) was established in 1802 in Carmarthenshire, Wales, as the Carmarthenshire Tramroad by Act of Parliament ... to be connected to the Sandy area and Llanelly Docks and in 1798 the Stradey Iron Works established by Alexander Raby had begun trading and later received coal, ironstone and ...
Llanelly - History
... The Brecon Beacons National Park encompasses the parish and the surrounding area. ...