The Repository of all Things Historical for the Ancient Welsh Town of Carnarvon

  Castle Square, Carnarvon. Published by Williams & Hughes, Bridge Steet, 1850



What's New


List of Trades






Parish Chest


Caernarfon Ddoe/
Caernarfon's Yesterdays

Contact & Links



To Contact the Webmaster

For any queries directly related to the site, or to send any contributions, you can email me at the address below. Any other general coments or items for discussion can be posted in the guestbook. Links to the guestbook can be found on the List of Trades and Contents pages.

For anyone with an interest in old bottles, check out my other website, which includes a range of Carnarvon items, most of which relate to individuals and companies on these pages. The address for Odds'n'Codds can also be found below.

Also included below are links to some other History & Genealogy websites which might be of interest. They are in no particular order.
Email me at:

My Old Bottle website:

Codds 'n' Odds

Celticos offers guided themed & nature walks, craft & hobby courses enhancing the Outdoor Tourism spectrum in Conwy, Snowdonia & Anglesey, North Wales:

Y Ffô History of the village of Y Ffôr, near Pwllheli:

If you have an interest in the parish of Penmon in Anglesey, then this site is for you:

Enjoy a walk around Caernarfon in the company of Emrys Llewelyn, your experienced local guide. The walk is a leisurely stroll around the walled town, and includes walking on a short section of the Town Walls (not normally open to the public):
Caernarfon Walks

Mwynha dro drwy strydoedd hen dref y Cofis yng nghwmni Emrys Llewelyn:
Dro Dre

A look at the history of Colwyn Bay. Run by the Colwyn Bay Heritage Group:
Colwyn Bay Heritage Online

Dr. Reg Davies's wonderful maritime resource:
Welsh Mariners

An online directory of Welsh websites:
Wales on the Web

All you need to know about Carnarvonshire:
GENUKI Caernarvonshire

Cofi memories & history. Well worth a visit:
Caernarfon Memory Lane

The Caernarfon Royal Town Council website:
Caernarfon Royal Town Council

Gwynedd Archives Service Homepage:
Gwynedd Archives Service

Rootschat - UK focused message forum:

A very useful list of trades:
Ranks, Professions, Occupations & Trades

Welsh newspapers held at Bangor:
Welsh Newspapers

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