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A Walk in South Gower, XXII, 77.
A.O.N.B. boundaries, suggested extension 57 p6
Aberdulais Falls XXXVIII, 67
Above Cefn Bryn XIX, 49.
Above Talgarth's Well, Middleton 59 p.80 (photo)
Advertisements, Special Control of, V, 2.
Aerial Photographs for sale XVI, 53.
Aeron-Thomas, G. E., XI, 3.
Aeron-Thomas, Mrs. C. M., an appreciation, XXII, 4.
Affiliated Societies XVI, 29.
Agriculture at Cillibion, 1940s 58 p59ff
Agriculture and land use 55 p.37
Agriculture and the Gower Landscape, XXV, 79.
Alien Stones on Porteynon Beaches, 111, 8.
Alive-Alive O!, XXV, 84.
Alphabet, a Gower XVII, 52.
American troops in Gower, 1944 58 p59
An Orange Waterfall XIX, 55.
Anderson, Gladys (obit.) XXXVII, 79
Anderson, H.J. (obituary) XXXIV, 5
Anemone XXXVIII, 17
Anglesea to Swansea, From, VII, 30.
Annual Dinner 1997, address at XLIX,37
Apostle of Gower 52 p.54
Appeal from Lady Apsley, An, VII, 4.
Archaeology:, Gower Caves, XXI, 36.
Archaeology:, Llanrhidian Green, the stones on, XXII, 10.
Archaeology:, Roman Fort at Loughor, 1970-71, XXII, 44.
Archaeology:, Bacon Hole, Recent Works at, XXIII, 76.
Archaeology:Bacon Hole, XXVI, 32; XXVIII, 36; XXIX, 52.
Archaeology of Gower: Arthur's Stone XVI, 54.
Archaeology of Gower Arthur's Stone, VI, 28 ; VIII, 45.
Archaeology of Gower at Penclawdd, XII, 56.
Archaeology of Gower Barland Quarry, XV, 66.
Archaeology of Gower Crawley Promontory Fort, Nicholston,11,12
Archaeology of Gower: Culver Hole, Porteynon XVI, 3.
Archaeology of Gower Discovery at Fall Bay, VII[ 53.
Archaeology of Gower Some Gower Brooches, XV, 22
Archaeology of Gower See also ; Excavations
Archaeology of Gower: See also: Excavations.
Archaeology of Gower Penlle'r Bebyll, Mynydd Pvsgodlllyn, VII, 43.
Archaeology of Gower Papers and Notes on Gower in Archaeologia Cambrensis, VIII, 48.
Archaeology of Gower Location of'. Lucarum VII 17.
Archaeology of Gower on Druid's Moor and Harding's Down, Llangenydd, Vll, 16.
Archaeology of Gower New Gower Finds in the Swansea Museum VIII. 33 , .
Archaeology of Gower New Sites, 1949-1960, XIV, 81.
Archaeology of Gower on Kilvey Hill, VII, 16.
Archaeology of Gower: Llanrhidian Leper Stone, XVI, 19; XIX, 72
Archaeology of Gower Knelston, A Vanished alignment of Standing Stones, XIII, 65.
Archaeology of Gower Graig Fawr Enclosure, VIII, 36. In 1949", , 11; In 1962 XV, 66.
Archaeology of Gower Flint Find at Dunvant, VIi, 29.
Archaeology of Gower Flint Arrowhead Find at Killay, VIII, 33.
Archaeology of Gower Earthworks, Cil-onnen, XIII, 46.
Archaeology of Gower Discovery at Blue Pool, XIV, 14.
Archaeology:Swansea Castle Defences, XXVII, 14.
Archaeology:Swansea's Medieval Defences, XXVI, 11; XXX, 76.
Architects: Charles Wallis XLI, 62
Architects: John Norton XLV, 10
Architects: John Calvert XLI, 56
Architects: Thomas Bowen XLI, 65
Architects: William Powell XLI, 63;XLII 32
Architects: Willian Jernegan XLI, 58
Architects XLVI, 42; L, 6
Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty, plus photos, 51 p.4; 54 p.33
Armstrong, John, Obituary 56 p.71
Arthur's Stone (photo), XXIX, 2.
Arthur's Stone, A tale of, III, 22.
Arthur's Stone, Further Thoughts on. XVI, 54.
Arthur's Stone, Medieval Farmstead near, XXXI, 72; (photo) XXXV, 2
Arthur's Stone, photo XLIX, 17
Arthur's Stone, The Secret of, VIll. 45.
Arthur's Stone (photo, ) Cefn Bryn 2008 59 p.13
Arthur's Stone, I, 28.
Artists in Gower-{Convergence) XV, 29.
Artists in Gower XVI, 66; XVII, 66: XIX. 50, XX, 23.
Artists XLIII, 54; XLV, 23.
As I see it. XVII, 80.
Assembly Rooms XXXIV, 7
Assembly Rooms XLI, 58; XLIII, 48
Autumn in Clyne Wood (poem), XXXIV, 34
Axe, neolithic XL, 49

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Babel at Horton, V, 53.
Back Lane Chapel (photo) XLI, 12
Backingstone 53 p. 11
Bacon Hole, Recent Work at, XXIII, 76.
Badgers 60 p.16
Badgers XXXVII, 31
Bailad of the Equinox, I, 8.
Ballad of Hunt's Bay'XVIII. 3.
Ballad of Culver's Hole, The, V, 22.
Bard of Gower,-Cyril Gwynn, IV, 11.
Barham, Lady, and her Secretary, XV, 48.
Barham. Lady, in Gower, IX, 2.
Barland Quarries, XV, 66.
Baron Court, Oystermouth 53 p.22
Barraston, XXXI, 10
Barree, Mary Jane (photo) XXXVI 57
Barretts of Henllys 53 p.6
Barri, William de XLVII, 56
Batcock, Francis, clockmaker 60 p.21
Batcock, XXXII, 38
Bathing in the Sea, IX, 39.
Baxter, Thomas XLVII, 70; XLVIII, 79
Baxter, Thomas. XIX, 50.
Baxter, Thomas—artist, XXIII, 34.
Bcthesda Chapel, Burry Green 52p.61
Beach Huts (poem), XXX, 70.
Beating the Bounds, Swansea 52 p.69
Beaumont, Henry de XLVI, 16
Beche, Elizabeth (photo) XXXVI, 7
Beche, Henry de la XXXVI, 5 with daughters (photo) XXXVI, 7
Beck, Roger XLV, 48
Bed, The oldest Gower, X[, 10.
Beeches (poem), XXVIII, 79.
Beeches farmhouse (photo) XLII, 45
Beetles of Gower, XIX, 75.
Beetles XXXV, 44
Bell, George, Borough Surveyor L, 6
Ben Evans & Co. Ltd. L, 9
Benblanche (ship-photo) XLIII, 55
Bennett of Penrice Castle Farm (pedigree), XXVII, 12.
Berthlwyd Uchaf Pottery Kiln, XVIII 10.
Best Kept Village Competition, XVII, 4.
Bethany Church XLIII, 15
Bevan, Sam XLIV, 60
Bewick Swan XXXVI, 15
Beynon family of Great Pitton 60 p.7ff
Beynon, William XLIV, 69
Bidding Wedding, XXII, 55.
Bidding Wedding, 1, 21 ; V, 39 ;
Big Raul, The, XV, 54.
Bill Gibbs, XU, 61.
Billard's Factory XLII, 19
Billings, builders L, 9, 12
Biology-Gower's own Plant, Draba Aizoides Montana, III, 44.
Biology, Marine, in Swansea Docks, XII[, 47.
Biology, Plants and Man at Oxwich, XIII, 32.
Bios (annual), XXII, 22.
Birch, Walter de Grey XLVII, 76
Bird Song at Night, XXIII, 8.
Birds 59 P.66ff (phots 66,67,69,70,71. Tables 72-75)
Birds of the Gower Coast, XXVII, 20.
Birds seen in Gower, V, 51 ; VI, 19 ; VII, 25; VIII, 18 ; VIll, 34 ; IX, 7 ; X, 55 ; XI, 30 ; XII, 47 ; XIV, 28 ; XV, 52.
Birds to Gower-The Sea Pie and his Sweetheart, X, 43.
Birds XLIV, 72
Birds XLVII, 21; photos 21, 23, 27, 80
Birds, XXXIII, 35, 69; XXXV, 38
Birds, XXXV, 38
Birds XXXVI, 13; XL, 45
Bishop, Sheena (obituary) 59 p.77
Bishopston stream in spate at Pwlldu, 2008 59 p64 (photos p. 64, 65)
Bishopston, Little Hill 57 p49ff (photo p49, deed 53, plan 55)
Bishopston (Illus.), IV, 61.
Bishopston, By Brake to, XVI, 72.
Bishopston: church XXXI, 44
Bishopston: E. Davies, rector, XXXI, 65
Bishopston: History of (book review), XXXIII, 53
Bishopston House, XXXIII, 23
Bishopston, leadmining at,XXVII, 76.
Bishopston: Providence Chapel, XXXII, 53
Bishopston school endowment, XXII, 32.
Bishopston Valley Appeal, XVI, 73.
Bishopston Valley, III, 30.
Bishopston Valley—visit of Prince of Wales, XXIV, 4.
Bishopston XLIII, 22
Bishopston XXXIX, 52
Blackpill, A Ceremony at, XXX, 72.
Blackpill Church XLI, 49 School XLI, 49
Blackpill: Gulls at, XXIV, 7.
Blackpill Mill 53 p.27
Blackpill: The Red Lion, XXIII, 36.
Blacksmith, XXXIV, 30
Blow Hole at Worms Head (illustration), XXXIII, 1
Bluepool, A Discovery at, XIV, 14.
Blundell, George, XXXIV, 30
Blythswood, Lady, XI, 8.
Boarspit Farm, photo 53 p.21
Bolgoed Toll Bar 54 p.76
Bone flute, XXIX, 52.
Book Reviews 52 p.78, 79; 53 p.38; 55p.48, 49
Book Reviews XLVI, 47; XLVIII, 79; XLIX, 61
Book RevIews ; Ten Walks in Gower, IX, 14.
Book RevIews ; Gower by Olive Phillips, IX, 24.
Booth, William XLIV, 14; XLV, 14
Booth, William, artist XL, 15
Bowen, David, clockmaker 60 p.19
Bowen, Emanuel, XXXIII, 6
Bowens, of Courthouse, XXXII, 39
Bowman, Liz (obituary) 59 p.78
Box Farm House, Reynoldston XVII, 17.
Boys in Pits XVII, 44,
Boys in Copper Works XVIII, 52
Bracelet Bay 51 p.22
Bracken, XXIII, 24.
Brains' Trust Panel, photo XLIX, 5
Brandy Cove 54 p.6
Brangwyn Panels XLV, 27
Bransby-Williams, Caryl XLI, 71
Braose, Sir William XLIII, 64
Brasses of the Swansea Area, XVII, 70.
Brewing 55 p.39
Bridges, Ron, Obituary 58 p78
Brighton of Wales (book review) XXXVII, 35
Brinefield, XXXI, 13
Bristol channel: Marine Research around Gower, XXI, 33.
Bristol channel: Geological History, XXI, 21.
Britannia Inn, photo 54 p.72
British Association: In Swansea, 1848, XXII, 14.
British Association: 1971 Meeting, Gower Society Exhibition at,XXII, 82.
Briton Ferry Estate 51 p.46
Broad Pool, Cillibion 59 p.76 (photo)
Broad Pool XXXVII, 9
Broad Pool, Cilibion XIX, 42.
Broad Pool, Cilibion XIX, 42.
Broad Pool, Cillibion 59 p.76 (photo)
Broadley, plan L, 67
Broadoak Colliery, Loughor, XXI, 71.
Broadpool, Cillibion 58 p63 (photo, 65)
Broadpool, An Ecological Study of, in 1960, XXIV, 50.
Brooches, Some Gower, XV, 22.
Broughton, XXXIII, 62
Brown's farm, Pennard 58 p11
Brunel, I.K. 57 p29
Bryn Moel Mill XLII, 9
Brynfield, Reynoldston XLVI, 7, photo 12
Brynhyfryd coal mines, XXIV, 80.
Brynmill, Lower Mill 52 p.69
Brynrhos Farm 51 p.53
Buck: print XLII, 24, drawings XLII, 27
Buck Print XXXVIII, 7
Buck, Samuel and Nathaniel, XXXIII, 6
Burnhamon-Sea lighthouse 54 p.27
Burrows Hall, Llangennith XLVII, 17, photo 18
Burrows Lodge, Oystermouth 51 p.26
Burrows Lodge XLI, 6
Burrows, The (photo) XLI, 15
Burry Estuary, lighthouse and pilotage 54 p. 18
Burry Estuary,
Burry Estuary—proposed artillery range, XXII, 3.
Burry Green, plan L, 63
Burry Higher Mill XLII, 13
Burry Holms Excavation 1965-66, XVII, 34.
Burry Holms Lighthouse 56 p.30ff (photo p.31)
Burry Holms Kiln (photo) XXXIX, 66
Burry Holms, photo XLVII, 2
Burry Holms, XXVIII, 80; photo, XXVIII, 80.
Burry Holms (photo) XLI, 1
Burry Inlet, evolution of, XXVII, 84.
Bus, Horse, XVI, 44.
Bus, Horse. Enchanted Journey, IV, 8,
Bus No. - leaves Coach Station XVII, 58.
Buses, Taylor's Gower, XXV, 56.
Bush-Crickets, XXX, 23.
Butler, William, drawing by XLVI, 26
Butler, William XXXVII, 7
Butterflies L, 47
Butterflies, XXXI, 22; XXXIII, 70
Button, John XLIV, 60
Button, Otter Hunt, XVI. 46.
Buzzard XLIV, 73
By the Sea in Winter, VI, 10.

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Cader Idris XVII, 64.
Cadiz Half, XVIII, 73.
Caeforgan XLIII, 6
Caegurwen XLIII, 32
Caerforgan, XXXII, 6
Caesar (shipwreck), XXVI, 19.
Cairn Circle, Kilvey Hill 58 p56ff (photos 56,57, plan 58)
Callwen Church XLIII, 28
Cambrian Archaeological Society in GowerAnnual Meeting, 1960. XIII, 60.
Cambrian Pottery XLVII, 70
Cambrian Pottery, Swansea, The, V, 44.
Cambrian Pottery (photo) XLI, 7
Cambrian Pottery XXXVI, 8; XXXVII, 19
Cambrian, The (a history of) 54 p.58; 55 p.50
Cameron Arms Hotel L, 9
Canal, Penclawdd, and Railway or Tramroad, IV, 45.
Canal, Swansea, V, 19.
Captain Scott's Locomotive, XXVII, 47.
Car Parking, XXII, 3.
Caravans 58 p3
Caravans, Oxwich, Public Inquiry, 2009 60 p.33ff (photos p.33,35,37)
Caravans, Oxwich 60 p.33ff
Caravans in Gower, XXI, 2; XXII, 2; XXV, 2.
Caravans arbonek, Castle of 60 p.24ff (illustrations p.26,27,29,30,31,32)
Carboniferous Limestone of Gower, XXIII, 10.
Carlton Cinema L, 7, photo 11
Carmel Chapel, photo XLIX, 1
Carreg Lwyd, Porteynon, XXVII, 34.
Cartersford in wartime 60 p.63ff (photos p.63, 65)
Cartersford, XXXII, 38
Cash Book, 1841-58, XX, 52.
Castle Gardens (poem), XXXI, 72
Castle - Oystermouth Castle Mystery (Pigeon House) XIX, 80.
Castle. Castle Hunting in Gower, IX, 2S.
Castle. Graig, V, 26.
Castle. Morris's, V, 26.
Castle. Oxwich Illustration, I, 31 ; II, 1 ; II, 47.
Castle. Oxwich, Affair of, 1949, II, 2 - VII[, 42.
Castle. Oxwich Affray at, 1557, II, 6.
Castle. Oystermouth Illustration, XI, t.
Castle. Oystermouth, I, 38.
Castle. Penard Illustration, 111, 29,
Castle. Penard, Excavation, 1961, XIV, 76.
Castle. Penmaen, Excavation of Castle Tower, XIII, 62.
Castle. Penrice (Leghorn to Penrice), VI, 16.
Castle. Scurlage (Witch Bottles in Gower), VIII, 27.
Castle. See also : The Historical Background of Gower, XV, 5.
Castle. Swansea, Brief History, X, 10. Notes on, X, 3. Preservation of, XI, 2.
Castle. Weobley, illustrations, II, 43 ; III, 41.
Castles : Clyne, XXIII, 61.
Castles : Loughor, 1970-71, XXII, 44.
Castles of Gower. XX, 39.
Castles : Oxwich, XXV, 12.
Castles: Oystermouth, XXXIV, 73
Castles : Penrice, life at, circa 1800, XXV, 58.
Castles: Swansea, XXXIII, 9
Caswell Cottage 51 p.28
Caswell Lodge, XXXII, 7
Caswell, St. Peter's Well Chapel, XXIII, 17.
Caswell Street, (photo), XXIX, 51.
Caswell, The Battlefield, V, 40.
Caswell, XXXII, 6
Caton, Martin, M.P., President's Address 54 p.33
Cave : Bacon Hole, VIII, 33 ; XV, 22.
Cave : Cathole, VIII, 33.
Cave : Cave : Cave Hunting in Gower, VI, 35.
Cave : Culver’s Hole Illustration, V, 23.
Cave : Culver's Hole (Culverhole, Porteynon), The Ballad of, V, 22.
Cave : Culverhole (Porteynon), 1V, 26.
Cave : Lethrid Cwm, XIV, 3.
Cave : Longhole, IV, 24.
Cave : Minchin Hole, I, 22; II, 11 ; III, 46 ; IV, 26 : V, 34 : Vl, 42 ; VIII, 33 ; VIII, 52 ; IX, 26 ; X, 57 ; XV, 22.
Cave : Paviland, How to get to, XII[, 26.
Cave : Paviland,11, 12 ; 11, 34.
Caves :Bacon Hole, XXI, 38; XXIII, 76.
Caves :Cathole, XXI, 41.
Caves :Culver Hole, Porteynon, XXI, 42.
Caves: Culver Hole, Porteynon XVI. 3.
Caves :Culver Hole, Llangenydd, XXI, 47.
Caves :Gower, XXI, 36.
Caves: In Search of Caves XVI, 64.
Caves :Leather's Hole, XXI, 40.
Caves: Llethrid Swallet XVI, 64.
Caves :Minchin Hole, XXI, 39; XXIV, 12.
Caves :Paviland (Goat's Hole), XXI, 44.
Caves :Porteynon Point, XXI, 43.
Caves: Porth yr Ogof, Ystradfellte XIX. 34.
Caves :Spritsail Tor, XXI, 48.
Caves :Worms Head, XXI, 46.
Caves XXXVIII, 60
Caving XLII, 75
Cefn Brvn: XXXI, 6; (photo), XXXV, 2
Cefn Brvn: Medieval farmstead, XXXI, 72
Cefn Brvn: Prehistoric Site, XXXII, 47: XXXIII, 54
Cefn Bryn Common, ponies in snow 58 p69 (photo)
Cefn Bryn Common, pool on 58 p.59 (photo)
Cefn Bryn Walk, VIII, 16.
Cefn Bryn XLVIII, 54
Cefn Bryn (photo) 58 p5
Cefn Gorwydd—Chapel site, XXIII, 28.
Cefn Hengoed (name) XVIII. 77.
Cefngyfelach, XXXII, 59
Celtic Bell from Llanmadog, Xf, 10.
Celtic Church Monuments, XXXV, 33
Ceramic Industry XXXVII, 19
Ceri Richards, an appreciation, XXII, 83.
Ceri Richards-A Lyric Painter, VIll, 9.
Chairman's Commentary, Caravans 58 p.2ff
Chairman's Commentary XLVI, 2; XLVII, 2; XLVIII, 2; XLIX, 2; L, 2
Chairman's Commentary 60 p.2ff (photos p.2, 5, 6)
Chairman's Commentary 59 p.2ff
Chairman's Commentary 58 p.2ff
Chairman's Commentary 57 p.2ff
Chairman's Commentary 56 p.2ff
Chairman's Commentary 51 p.2; 52 p.2; 53p.2; 54 p.2; 55 p.2
Chairman's report, XXXI, 2; XXXII, 2; XXXIII, 2; XXXIV, 2; XXXV, 2
Chairman's Report XLI, 2; XLII, 2; XLIII, 2; XLIV, 2; XLV, 2
Chairman's Report XXXVI, 2; XXXVIII, 2; XXXIX, 2
Change, though not decay, III, 38.
Chapel, Lady Huntingdon's XLVI, 40, illus. 45
Chapel: Cheriton, XXXI, 45
Chapel: Ilston, XXXII, 39
Chapel: Oxwich Green, XXXIII, 72
Chapel, plus photos, 55 p.60 Trinity Chapel Cheriton 52 p.57
Chapel: Providence, XXXII, 53
Chapels and Churches Ancient Dedications of the Archdeaconry of Gower, XII, 28.
Chapels and Churches Bishopston (Religious Liberty at Penrice), IX, I5.
Chapels and Churches : Cae Chapel, XXIII, 28.
Chapels and Churches: Capel y Crwys XX, 52.
Chapels and Churches : Caswell, St. Peter's Well, XXIII, 17.
Chapels and Churches : Cefn Gorwydd, XXIII, 28.
Chapels and Churches Cheriton (Illustration). III, 1 ; VI, 7.
Chapels and Churches: Cheriton XVIII 23.
Chapels and Churches Cheriton Established by Lady Barham, IX, 2.
Chapels and Churches : Church Hill, Parkmill, XXII, 62.
Chapels and Churches : Croft Chapel, XXIII, 28.
Chapels and Churches: Cwmavon, All Saints XX, 72.
Chapels and Churches Gelli-onnen, X, 72,
Chapels and Churches Gower Parishes in the Sixteenth Century, 1,42.
Chapels and Churches : Ilston, XXIII, 17.
Chapels and Churches : Knelston, XXI, 58.
Chapels and Churches Liandeilo, Talybont, 11, 38 ; Illustration, 111, 13.
Chapels and Churches : Llandewi, XXII, 54.
Chapels and Churches: Llanelen, An Ancient Church Site at, XX, 16.
Chapels and Churches: Llangenydd Church Tower (old custom) XVI. 46.
Chapels and Churches: Llangenydd Church, Effigy of Knight. XVII, 72.
Chapels and Churches Llangenydd. X, 66 : X, 73.
Chapels and Churches : Llangenydd—carving on lych gate, XXII, 1.
Chapels and Churches Llangiwg, X, 67.
Chapels and Churches: Llangyfelach Church, Brass XVII, 77.
Chapels and Churches Llangyfelach, X, 67.
Chapels and Churches Llanmadog, Celtic Bell, XI, 10.
Chapels and Churches Llanmadog, X, 69...
Chapels and Churches: Wernllath Isaf Meeting House XVIII, 28.
Chapels and Churches Llanrhidian (Illustration), III, 45.
Chapels and Churches: Llanrhidian Leper Stone XVI, 19, XIX, 72.
Chapels and Churches: Llanrhidian, Parish of, XX, 16
Chapels and Churches : Llanrhidian—stones outside church, XXII, 10.
Chapels and Churches Loughor, Tithe Terrier. 1559, VIi, 53.
Chapels and Churches Loughor, X, 71.
Chapels and Churches Methodism in Gower, Early, X, 16.
Chapels and Churches Morriston, V, 26.
Chapels and Churches: Oxwich Church, Effigy in, XVII, 73.
Chapels and Churches Oxwich (Illustration), VII, 51.
Chapels and Churches Oxwich, Life in a Gower Rectory An early nineteenth century account, 49.
Chapels and Churches Oxwich,11, 46.
Chapels and Churches: Oystermouth Church in 1850 (photograph) XVI, 59.
Chapels and Churches Paraclete Church, Newton, Notes on, XV, 51.
Chapels and Churches Paraclete Church The Rev. William Hammerton, First Minister of, XV 48.
Chapels and Churches Parkmill, Evan Griffiths, The first Minister at XIV, 47.
Chapels and Churches: Penard XVIII, 21.
Chapels and Churches: Penmaen XVIII, 22.
Chapels and Churches : Pennard, XXIII, 16; XXIII, 23.
Chapels and Churches: Pontardawe, All Saints XX, 74.
Chapels and Churches: Porteynon, Old Church XVI, 4.
Chapels and Churches Reynoldston, X, 73,
Chapels and Churches Rhosili Warren, Traditional Early Church, 11, 12.
Chapels and Churches Ruri-deaconal Chapter, V, 10.
Chapels and Churches Saint Cenydd, Patron Saint of Gower, XIV, 74.
Chapels and Churches Saint Patrick's Birthplace, Loughor, XIV, 22.
Chapels and Churches See also : The Historical Background of Gower, XV, 5
Chapels and Churches : St. Mary's, Swansea, in 1790, XXV, 67.
Chapels and Churches: Swansea, St. Mary, Effigies XVII, 74.
Chapels and Churches: Swansea, St. Mary, Brass XVII, 76.
Chapels and Churches: Upper Killay Congregational XX, 52.
Chapels and Churches Llanrh(dian, X, 70 ; X, 73.
Charity Begins Here, X XX, 4.
Charlie Phillips, An Afternoon with, 111, 14.
Chartists, " Rebecca " and the Swansea Police XII 22.
Cheriton Glebe House 57 p8 (photo p18)
Cheriton Pill (photo) 57 p5
Cheriton, Rector of 57 p7
Cheriton Church 57 p.8 (photo p.9)
Cheriton Church (Illustration), III, 1.
Cheriton Church 52 p.2
Cheriton, David Thomas of, XVIII, 26.
Cheriton Globe House, IX, 48.
Cheriton L, 43
Cheriton: Mill XLII, 18, Factory XLII, 18
Cheriton XXXIX, 53
Cherry, Andrew XLV, 38
Childhood memories, Caswell and Langland, 55 p.6
Children in Three Cliffs XVI, 75.
Children, XXVI, 38.
Choughs XLII, 70
Christian Monuments of Gower, Early, X, 66.
Christmas Sport XXXVI, 36
Christos Betas, XXX, 52.
Church, Penrice, restoration, 1890s 60 p.39ff (photos p.41,42,43,47,48, plan p.45)
Church: Oxwich Church, restoration, 1890 59 p.37
Church bells XXXIX, 52
Church Hill, Parkmill (Roman site) 59 p.7ff (photos: site p.7: Roman brick and pottery,9,11)
Churches: Bishopston, XXXI, 44
Churches: Cheriton, drawing XLVI, 10
Churches: Cheriton, XXXI, 45
Churches: Ilston, XXXI, 46
Churches: Ilston L, 80
Churches: Llangennith, XXXI, 46
Churches: Llangwig, XXXI, 51
Churches: Llangyfelach, XXXI, 78
Churches: Llanmadoc, XXXI, 48; XXXIII, 75
Churches: Llanrhidian, XXXI, 49
Churches of Medieval Gower, XXVI, 16
Churches: Oxwich, XXXI, 53
Churches: Oystermouth, XXXI, 53
Churches: Pantygwydr L, 7
Churches: Penard, XXXI, 54
Churches: Penmaen Burrows. XXXI, 59
Churches: Reynoldston, XXXI, 55
Churches: Rhossili (plans) XXXVI, 47 church door (photo) XXXVII, 1
Churches, See Chapels and Churches.
Churches: St. Mary's, Swansea, XXXIII, 12
Churches, Victorian restoration 55 p.14
Cil Ifor XLVIII, 58
Cil Ifor hillfort, Llanrhidian 58 p.67 (photo)
Cil-onnen Earthwork, X111(, 46.
Cilboidv (photo), XXXIII, 8t)
Cilfwnwr Farm 51 p.34,37
Cilibion, XXXII, 24
Cillibion, 1940s 58 p59ff
Cillibion, 1940s memories 58 p59ff
Cillibion, American troops, 1944 58 p.59
Cillibion, Broadpool 58 p.63 (photo, 65)
Cillibion, Pen y Crug tumulus 58 p.51 (photo,1960)
Cilwych Press, The, VIII, 51.
Cinderford Iron Works XLV, 6
Cinemas: Carlton L, 7
Cinemas: Regal L, 12
Cinemas: Scala L, 12
Circulating Schools XLIX, 53
Cistercians XLVII, 59
City of Bristol - ship XLIX, 72, photo. 73
City of Bristol, An account of the Sinking of the, VIII 15.
Civic Trust, The, XIV, 58.
Clarke, G.T. XLVII, 76
Clase XLV, 58; plan XLV, 61
Clasemont (house) XL, 17, 23
Clasemont XLII, 53; XLV, 15; photo XLV, 16
Clerk's House XLIV, 58
Climatic Change at Bacon Hole, XXVIII, 36.
Clockmakers: 60 p.19,20,21,22
Clocks, Tidal Dial 60 p.18ff (photos p.19,20,21,22)
Cloth making 55 p.40
Clover in Gower, XXVI, 45.
Clovercliff XLI, 17
Clydach Church XLIII, 15
Clydach, Old Colliers Arms, (photo), XXXIII, 41
Clydach, XXlll, 40; (photo), XXXIII, 51;
Clyne-A Parish in East Gower, IX, 50.
Clyne Castle, XXIII, 61.
Clyne Castle XLV, 8
Clyne Common, proposed developments, XXII, 3; XXIV, 3.
Clyne Gardens 54 p.47, Tour 54 p.52
Clyne River (name) XVIII. 73.
Clyne Valley XL, 38
Clyne Valley, XXXI, 29
Clyne Valley, Early Coal Working in, XI, 17.
Clyne Valley, Industrial Development in, XIII, 28.
Clyne Valley tramway 51 p.25
Clyne Valley, beech trees 59 p.79 (photo)
Clyne Wood (poem), XXXIV, 43
Clyne Wood XLIX, 62
Coal Industry :The beginning of in Loughor, XXI, 71.
Coal Industry :The Vivian collieries in 1868, XXIV, 80.
Coal Mine, An Old Valley, IV, 56.
Coal mines 52 p.27
Coal Working in Clyne Valley, Early, XI, 17.
Coastal walk, Mumbles to Rhossili 60 p.53ff
Coastline, XXXIV, 53
Coat of Arms—Gower R.D.C., XXII, 6.
Coates, Professor John Edward, obituary, XXIV, 29.
Cobbler, Gower XVI, 11.
Cockle Carts (photo), XXXV, 13
Cockle gathering, Llanrhidian 58 p.64
Cockle Women (photo), XXXV, 16
Cockle Women (Illustration), I, 11 ; IV, 31 ; VII,35: XIII, 31.
Cockles, II, 30. See also : The Sea-pie and his Sweetheart, X, 43.
Cockles, XXXV, 12
Cocklewoman 53 p.56
Coghlan, Thomas XL, 9
Coitv Green, XXXI, 5
Cole, Sir Christopher 51 p.46
Coles, William XXXVII, 20
College Mill XLII, 18
Collieries: Cefngyfelach, XXXII, 59
Collieries: Tirdonkin, XXXII, 59
Colliery XXXVI, 21
Collins, William Lucas 57 p.7 ff (photo p.16)
Collins, John XXXVIII, 45; photo 48
Collins, William Lucas (Portrait), XXXI, 19
Come and Go XX, 14.
Common land 57 p.3
Commons XX, 92.
Contemplation (poem), XXXI, 35
Convergence, XV, 29.
Copper Industry in Swansea. Foundation of XX. 8.
Copper Industry—a further note on Dr. John Lane, XXII, 23.
Copper Miners Tinplate Co. Ltd., Cwmavon, XX, 72.
Coral, XXXI, 63
Corn treading by Sheep, Ill, 46,
Cottage, Llangyfelach Road (photo, 1961) 56 p.57
Cottages, Old. in Gower XVII, 14.
Council for British Archaeology, XIV, 15.
Countess of Huntingdon's ChapelXLI, 6
Country Magazine : B.B.C. Programme on Gower, I, 4.
County Naturalist Trust Movement, The. XIX. 48
Court Day at Penrice, IV, 3,
Court House, XXXII, 38
Court Roll, Pennard 55, p.29
Cox, William XLIX, 68
Crabbing : An afternoon with Charlie Phillips, Ill, XIV.
Crawley Promontary Fort. Nicholston, 11, 12.
Crawley Wood, At, V, 47.
Crawley Wood-See Nicholaston Wood.
Crawshav, R, XXXII, It
Crawshay XLV, 6
Crofty Mill XLII, 21
Crofty XLVII, 7
Cross Keys XLI, 39
Cross Keys Inn, XX, 25.
Crow, photo XLVI, 80
Crows, XXIX, 37.
Crumlyn Bog (name) XVIII, 77.
Crumlyn Burrows Racecourse, XVI, 56.
Crwys The Reverend John Evans' Academy at, VIII 54.
Culver's Hole. The Ballad of, V, 22.
Currant Tree, now 'West Cross Hotel' 51,p.28
Curtis Family in Gower, 1, 36.
Cwm Ivy, the Lodge (photo, 2004) 56 p.80
Cwm Ivy (photo), XXVII, 84.
Cwm Ivy (photo), XXXIV, 80
Cwm Ivy, George Holland's Diary for 1841, XVIII, 54.
Cwm Ivy L, 43; photo XLVII, 80
Cwm Ivy Tor (photo) XLII, 2
Cwm Ivy Woods, XIX, 43.
Cwmavon, Copper Miners Tinplate Co. Ltd., XX, 72.
Cyfarthfa: Castle XLV, 6, Iron Works XLV, 6
Cynghordy XVIII 74.
Cynnore XVIII, 74.
Cyril Gwynn-Bard of Gower. IV, 11.

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Dafydd William, Llandeilo Fach XI[, 31.
Dai Mwnci's Tale, A Moral, III, 34.
Davies the Diarist, 1819 - 33 56 p.52ff
Davies, Arthur, (obituary), XXVIII, 5.
Davies, Edward, XXXI, 65
Davies, J. D., XXVIII, 5.
Davies, John, clockmaker 60 p.22
Davies, Rev. J. D., Visit of Rev. Francis Kilvert, XXI, 29.
Davies, The Rev. 1. D., VI, 7.
Davies, The Rev, Latimer, VI, 39.
Dawkin, XXXII, 40
De Mortuis, VIII, 31.
Death coming on the Hills. III, 32.
Deer Park L, 71
Delamotte, George XLIV, 35
Delvid, Llangennith 60 p.70ff
Delvid Farm, Llangenydd XVI, 63.
Derwen Fawr Estate L, 6
Dialect speech of Gower, Some Memories of Childhood. XV, 43.
Dialect speech of Gower, III, 26 ; V, 11,
Dialect speech of Gower, See also-Court Day at Penrice. IV, 3 ;
Diary: Kittle Hill XXXVI, 57
Diary: Kittle Hill, XXXIII, 22; XXXIV, 34
Diary of John Timothy, XXIX, l 1.
Diary of a Gower man XXXIX, 48
Diary: Visitor to Swansea and Gower, XXXIV, 6
Digitisation scheme for 'Gower' and other Journals 58 p.77
Diles Lake, XXXI,
Dillwyn: Amy XXXVII, 62
Dillwyn Family 51 p.20.; 54 p.76
Dillwyn: Family XXXVII, 19
Dillwyn, L.W. XLVII, 70
Dillwyn: Lewis Llewellyn XXXVI, 7
Dillwyn: Lewis Weston XXXVI, 6
Dillwyn, Lewis Weston 51 p.20; 51 p.43
Dillwyn's Etruscan Ware, XXI, 8.
Dillwyns and Rebecca 54 p.76
Dinosaur of Kilgerri, The, IV, 28.
Do you know East Gower ? X, 62.
Do's and Don'ts of Taste for Gower, Vill, 44.
Docks, Swansea XLVII, 33
Dogs : Old Sea-dogs of Swansea, XV, 39.
Dolly Mare, XXX, 27.
Donkeys at Mumbles 51 p.21
Doolamur, XXX, 27.
Dower Chest, The Gower, IV, 41.
Dragonflies, XXXIII, 14
Dragonfly, photo XLVII, 1
Dredging 52 p.24
Droughts and Floods in Swansea, XVIII, 58.
Drovers 54 p.70
Drowned Lands in Swansea Bay XVI, 69.
Duckman, The, XVIII, 26.
Dulais Vallev (photo), XXXV, 26
Duncan, Edward XVII, 66.
Duncan Family in Gower, The, XV, 29.
Dune Slacks, XXXIV, 19
Dunn's, plan of, XXIX, 8.
Dunns 51 p.27
Dunvant, Flint find at, VII. 29.
Dunvant, Oikormene at, XIV, 71.
Dunvant Station (poem), XXIV, 73.
Dunvant:- story of, XXVIII, 66; XXX, 62. photo, XXVIII, 70.
Dyes, for cloth 52 p.19
Dylan Thomas, VI, 2.
Dylan Thomas XVI, 47.
Dylan Thomas and friends (photo), at Rhossili 58 p7
Dylan Thomas's friend of early years, XXI, 50.

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Eames, William XLVII, 45
Early Camping Days in Gower, V, 32.
Earthworks, pre-Roman XLVI, 8
Earthworks-See Archaeology.
Education in Gower, Early, XXII, 27; XXIII, 30; XXIV, 68; XXV, 42.
Edward Duncan XVII, 66.
Egg collecting on Rhossili cliffs 54 p.74
Egyptology XLVI, 13
Electric Boat at Penllergare XLVII, 61
Ellis, Dr Henry Vause 51 p.71
Empire Theatre, Swansea XLV, 38, 54
Enchanted Journey, IV, 8.
End of Rural Gower, II, 14,
End of an Elegant House, The, XXIII, 4.
Enjoyment of Gower. XV, 67.
Enterprise Neptune XVII, 22.
Epic of the Donkey, The, XI, 44.
Epitaph for a Shoemaker. XV, 11.
Erosion in the Valley of the Pennard Pill, XXVIII, 46.
Estate Plans L, 57, illus. 59, 63, 67
Evan Evans, autobiographical XVI, 14.
Evan John of Ty'r Coed. Cash Book XX, 52.
Evans, D.C. (obituary), XXVI, 89.
Evans, Edgar, A Gower Hero. VII, 9.
Evans, Edgar XLV, 70; photo XLV, 75
Evans, Evan (photo) Penard Castle XXXVIII, 13
Evans, Evan (obit.) XLV, 75
Evans, The Reverend John Evans' Academy at Crwys, Vill, 54.
Evening in Winter (poem), XXVIII, 24.
Everything Ship-Shape, XXIII, 61.
Evolution of the Burry Inlet, XXVII, 84.
Excavations: A Forgotten Round Cairn at Newton, Mumbles, XX, 66.
Excavations Archaeology of Gower, 1949, 71, 11.
Excavations at Llanelen 53 p.39
Excavations At Minchin Hole, 1946-1948, 1, 22 ; 1949, II 11 ; 1950, III 46; 1951, IV, 26; 1952, V, 34 ; 1953, VI, 42 ; 1955, VIII, 52; 1956, IX, 26; 1957, X, 57; Finds at, 1939-1944, VIII, 33; XV, 22.
Excavations At Giant's Grave, Llethrid Cwm, XIV, 6.
Excavations : Bacon Hole, XXIII, 76.
Excavations: Berthlwyd Uchaf Pottery Kiln, XVIII. 10.
Excavations: Burry Holms, 1965-66, XVII. 34.
Excavations: Cefn Bryn XXXII, 47
Excavations: Kilvey Hill, 1968, XIX, 22.
Excavations: Little Wind Street, XXXII, 71, XXXII, 54
Excavations, Llanelen XLVI, 58
Excavations : Loughor, 1972, XXIII, 15.
Excavations : Loughor, Roman Fort, XXII, 44; XXIV, 20.
Excavations: Loughor, XX, 89.
Excavations : Minchin Hole, 1973, XXIV, 12.
Excavations: Near Arthur's Stone, XXXI, 72
Excavations of Castle Tower, Penmaen, XllI, 62.
Excavations: Pennard, XXXIV, 44
Excavations XXXVI, 48
Exchange Buildings L, 7, 12, photo L, 11
Exhibition, The Gower, IV, 58.
Eynon, George ap, XXXI, 13

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Fabian's House, Swansea, XXIV, 30.
Fabians House XXXVII, 7
Fairwood Common Aerodrome, VIII, 42.
Fairwood Works, Gowerton (photo) XLIII, 58
Fairy Hill, Life and Death at, XIII, 52.
Falcon XLIV, 77
Fall Bay, Archaeological Discovery at, VIII, 53.
Farm in a Gower Village, XXVII, 34.
Farm Inventory, Glanybad, Swansea, 1703, XXIV, 30.
Farm Labourer, The Gower, Vintage 1893, XXV, 37.
Farm Trail, XXVI, 80.
Farmed landscape 57 p.2
Farmhouse, Kennexton to St. Fagans, XVI, 30.
Farmhouses and Cottages in Gower. Old, XVII, 14
Farmhouses, Gower, 1776 58 p 37ff
Farmhouses, Swansea, 1776 58 p37ff
Farmhouses XLIX, 62
Farming at Great Pitton 60 p.7ff (photos p.7,11,13,15)
Farming in Gower 60 p.7ff
Farming, and the Gower Landscape, XXV, 79.
Farming in Gower (Victorian) XVI, 42: XVIII.54. XIX, 20: XX, 52.
Farming in Gower and its Environs, Patterns of, XXII, 70.
Farming, XXVI, 45.
Farming XXXVI, 57
Farms and Settlements, Lost, in Gower, XXI, 8.
Farmstead near Arthur's Stone, XXXI, 72
Ferns and Fem-allies of Gower The. X, 75 ;. XL 47.
Ferns of Gower, XXIII, 24.
Feudal Gower (especially Parkmill area), XXII, 78.
Feudal System XLVI, 16
Fever, The, XV, 19.
Ffynone House, XXX, 48.

Field Excursions in Gower, II 41.
Field on a Cliff (poem), XXVII, 52.
Field Patterns in Gower and Brittany, IV, 51.
Field Patterns L, 76
Fields in Gower, Open, XXV, 7.
Filming in Gower XLVII, 30, photo 31
Finding a Fossil, XV, 34.
First Building Bye-Laws in Swansea, XXIX, 46.
Fish on and around the shores of Gower, XXIII, 62.
Fish pond XXXVIII, 27
Fish weir XLIV, 6
Fish XXXVIII, 37
Fisher Street XLI, 14
Fishing at Oystermouth, 53 p.17
Fishing XL, 24
Ffair Llangyfelach, XI, 49.
Fleur de France XLI, 40
Flint find at Dunvant, VII, 29.
Floods and Droughts in Swansea XVIII, 58.
Flowers of the Limestone, XI I, 40.
Flowers, some Gower, XXIV, 37.
Foot and Mouth disease 52 p. 16
Footpath Dispute, 1769, XXI, 53.
Footpaths, II, 37.
Footpaths, Survey of, Ill, 17.
Footpaths, the Importance of, XIX, 72.
Fords, Loughor Estuary, at Whiteford, XVII, 8:
Fords, Tawe at Swansea, XVI, 56.
Forestry XL, 38
Forgive us our Trespasses, XXII, 39.
Fossils, Notes on some Gower, XVI, 27.
Four Moments on a Swansea Beach (poem), XXVIII, 54.
Four Scenes in English Gower, III, I8.
Fox (photo) 58 p2
Fox (photo) XLIV, 80
Frame, Terry XLIX, 79
Francis, George Grant 51 p.23
Frederick W. Waller, architect 59 p.37
French Vessel in South Dock (photo) XXXVII, 53
Froglane (photo) XXXVI, 80
From Nicholaston to London, 1820, XX, 81.
From the Horse's Mouth, XVI, 3: XVI, 42: XVII, 5.
Frost Risks at Scurlage, XXIII, 46.
Full Fathom Five, XVI. 50.
Full moon over Maen Cetti, VIII 22.

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Game Shooting XLVII, 45
Gamekeepers XLVII, 48
Garngoch Collieries, XXI, 75.
Garrick, David XLV, 15
Gazebo, at Clyne (photo) 54 p.47
Gellihir Woods, XIX. 46.
Gellihir, XIX, 36.
Gellihir, XXXII, 38
Gellihir XXXVII, 57
Genteel elopement, A, X, 47.
Geological Section on the Glynneath Bypass, A New, XXV, 33.
Geological Survey XXXVI, 5
Geology An Excursion to Three Cliffs Bay, XII, 50.
Geology An Excursion to the Mumbles Area, XI, 26..
Geology : and scenery in the City of Swansea, XXIV, 61.
Geology Arthur's Stone, XVI, 54.
Geology: Broughton Bay, XXXIII, 62
Geology : Carboniferous Limestone of Gower, XXIII, 10.
Geology: Clyne Valley, XXXI, 29
Geology Development of the Swansea Bay Area, XXVII 58.
Geology Erosion in the Valley of the Pennard Pill, XXVIII, 46.
Geology Evolution of the Burry Inlet, XXVII, 84.
Geology Excursion to the Vale of Neath, XIX, 30.
Geology Excursion to the Swansea Valley, XX, 57.
Geology Explained in South Wales (book review), XXIV, 66.
Geology Glacial Drainage Channels of Swansea, XXX, 63.
Geology Gower in Triassic Times, XVIII 46.
Geology : History of the Bristol Channel, XXI, 21.
Geology : Limestone feature at Nicholaston, XXIII, 71.
Geology Notes on Some Gower Fossils, XVI, 27.
Geology of Swansea Bay, XV, 35.
Geology of Gower, A History of, XII, 9.
Geology Of Gower, A Guide to, XI, 4.
Geology Of Bishopston Valley, III, 30.
Geology Paleo environment of a Killay Cyclothem, XXVI, 28.
Geology: Rhossili Bay, XXXIII, 68
Geology : Section on the Glynneath Bypass, A New, XXV, 33.
Geology : The Ice Age in Gower, as Illustrated by Coastal Landforms and Deposits, Heatherslade to Hunts Bay, XXIV, 74.
Geology The Limestones of Gower, XVII, 30.
Geology : The Shape of Gower, XXI, 65.
Geology The Soils of Gower, XVIII, 66.
Geology : The Structure of Gower, XXII, 33.
Geology Wandering Continents, XXVI, 62.
Geology XXXVIII, 67
George, Robert, Diary of XX, 81.
German guns at Penmaen 53 p.58
Giant's Grave in Llethrid Cwm XIV, 6.
Gibbs, Billy XLI, 55; photo XLI, 54
Gibbs, Billy, X1[, 61.
Gibbs Family, XXVII, 66.
Gilbertson, family XX, 72
Girls, in Swansea Factories XVIII, 51.
Gittins, Prof. Charles, obituary, XXI, 32.
Glamorgan County History, X, 14.
Glamorgan Local History Society, IV, 62.
Glamorgan Pottery XXXVII, 19
Glanrhyd House, Pontardawe XX, 73.
Glantawe, Lord XL, 29
Glanybad farm, St. Thomas, XXIV, 30.
Glanybad XXXVII, 8
Glass, 15th Cent. XLVI, 8
Glass-house at Loughor XIX, 66.
Glasshouse, Swansea, XXXIII, 8
Glebe House Cheriton 57 p8 (photo p18)
Glebe House, Penmaen XLIII, 11
Globe fuse, Cheriton, 1X, 48.
Glyncollen House, Morriston, XXIV, 18.
Glynn Vivian Art Gallery XLV, 27
Glynneath Bypass, A New Geological Section on the, XXV, 33.
Gnoll House XLI, 9
Goat Street (photo) XLI, 14; XLV, 38
Golden Jubilee of Clyne Gardens 54 p.47
Goosander XXXVI, 14 Gorwydd Colliery XXXVI, 21
Gordan'Richard, of Llwyn-y-Bwch,1804-1877, XIV, 7,
Goshawk XLIV, 77
Govier, James Henry XLIII, 54
Gower AONB, history of 56 p.2ff
Gower archaeology 1855-1870 59 p.7ff
Gower blacksmith, butcher, joiner, wheelwright 56 p.73, 72, 76 75
Gower in Wartime 58 p59ff
Gower Memories, 1920s & 1930s 56 p.8ff
Gower farming 60 p.7ff
Gower, ploughing at Pilton Green, 2005 (photo) 56 p.73
Gower, 19th Cent, drawings XLVI, 12
Gower: Aerial photographs c. 1945, 54 p. 15
Gower and the Cambro-Normans, I 29.
Gower-Archaeology of. See Archaeology.
Gower as a Tourist Centre, VII, 28.
Gower: bard of XXXIX, 18
Gower Beauty Parks Development Co., IX, 23.
Gower: Beetles, XXXV, 44
Gower: birds XXXVI, 13; XL, 45
Gower: Birds, XXXIII, 35
Gower: Boundary Changes L, 15, map, 17,
Gower Brooches, Some, XV, 22.
Gower: Buses, XXXIII, 70
Gower, Bush-Crickets of, XXX, 23.
Gower: Butterflies, XXXI, 22
Gower: Butterflies L, 47, colour photos 49,
Gower, Castles of, XX, 39
Gower: church bells XXXIX, 52
Gower: Churches, XXXI, 43: XXXIII, 75
Gower Churches (book review), XXX, 71.
Gower Coast (book review), XXX, 71.
Gower Coast National Nature Reserve, XVII, 62.
Gower: Coastline, XXXIV, 53
Gower Cobbler XVI, 11.
Gower: Collieries 52 p.38
Gower Commons Initiative 57 p.4
Gower: Countryside, past and future L, 39, photo 31,
Gower: crabbing XL, 24
Gower Customs Bidding Wedding, 1, 21 ; V, 39 ; VI, 22.
Gower Customs Gower Reel, III, 43 XIII, 17.
Gower Customs Horse's Head (Mari Lwyd), V, 9 ; (Illustration), VIII, 50.
Gower Customs Wassail Song, 1, 1.9.
Gower Customs Welsh Costume, VIII, 28 ; IX, 11.
Gower Customs Welsh Wedding Customs, IX, 19.
Gower Defence Union, XIII, 40.
Gower Dialect XLIX, 35
Gower: Dialect glossary (brief) 52 p.26; 53p.79;54p.73
Gower: diary XXXVI, 57; XXXIX, 48
Gower Dower Chest, IV, 41.
Gower: early view XXXVI, 32
Gower Election of 1906, The, XII, 15.
Gower Election of 1900-The "Khaki Election." XIII, 20.
Gower: family XXXVII, 49
Gower Farm Labourer, Vintage 1893, XXV, 37.
Gower: fishing XL, 24
Gower Forum 57 p5
Gower: future of XXXVII, 2
Gower, Geology of-See Geology.
Gower Ghost Stories XVIL 5.
Gower: Glaciation, XXXIII, 60
Gower, Henry de, Bishop of St. David's 1328-1347, XI. 13.
Gower, Historical Background of, XV, 5.
Gower Holiday in the early Eighties, A Child's,. I,15.
Gower: Ice Age limit XXXVI, 71
Gower: Images XXXVI, 70
Gower in Focus, - by H.E.Grenfell - Gower Society Jubilee publication 58 p80
Gower in Spain, VII, 38.
Gower(journal), Digitisation scheme 58 p77
Gower: Legacy 53 p.65
Gower: Lichens XL, 52
Gower: lime burning XXXIX, 64
Gower Lover, The, XI, 52.
Gower, Map Making in, XXI, 3.
Gower Map I, 24 ; X, 42 (Fourteenth Century), IV. 32.
Gower: Maps L, 57, illus. 59, 63, 67,
Gower: marine fish XXXVIII, 37
Gower Memories of W.I. Tanner (including photos) 56 p.72ff
Gower: Memories 53 p.70; 54 p,69; 55p.72; Union and Penmaen Workhouse 51 p.71
Gower: Memories, XXXIII, 72
Gower: Methodism, XXXIII, 72; XXXV, 5
Gower: Mills XLVII, 67; L, 20
Gower: miners (photo) XXXVI, 25
Gower: Monuments, XXXV, 33
Gower, Music in, V1, 23.
Gower, Oil Pollution, XXX, 52.
Gower, Old Farmhouse and Cottages XVII, 14.
Gower: open fields XXXVII, 41
Gower Ornithological Society, X. 25.
Gower Pageant XLVII, 67, photo 67
Gower Paintings-Convergence, XV, 29.
Gower Parishes in the Sixteenth Century; I, 42.
Gower Peninsula Map, X, 42.
Gower Peninsula, Nature Conservation in, XIV, 52.
Gower Place Names, XXI, 3; XXI, 59.
Gower Place Names XVIII. 73.
Gower: pollution XL, 2
Gower Ponies XLVI, 32, photos 33, 35, 39
Gower Protection Fund, VIII, 41 ; XII, 3.
Gower R.D.C.—coat of arms, XXII, 6.
Gower Reel, III, 43 ; XIII, 17.
Gower Roads Fifty Years Ago, VIII, 17.
Gower Roads and Tracks, XXI, 6.
Gower Sands are Beautiful and Dangerous. V, 41.
Gower: Sea Anemones, XXXII, 87
Gower, Seaweeds, XXII, 64.
Gower shore intertidal life 59 p.51ff (illustrations p. 53,55,56)
Gower Show 57 p6
Gower: sketches XXXVIII, 78
Gower Smuggling, XXIV, 44.
Gower Society " My toast.....................your Society " X, 19.
Gower Society: Annual Dinner 1997 XLIX, 37,
Gower Society: Beginnings of XLIX, 17
Gower Society: Chairman's Notes and Reports, XXI, 2; XXII, 2; XXIII, 2; XXIV, 2; XXV, 2.
Gower Society Chairman's Notes and Reports. XVI, 77: XVII, 2: XVIII, 2: XIX, 2: XX, 2.
Gower Society, Chairman's Report, XXVI, 2; XXVII, 2; XXVIII, 2; XXIX, 2: XXX, 2.
Gower Society Commons, XX, 92.
Gower Society: Early Days of XLIX, 26
Gower Society: Exhibition at British Association Meeting, XXII, 82.
Gower Society First President-D. R. Grenfell, XIX. 40.
Gower Society First Presidential Address, I, 26.
Gower Society Formation of, XV, 45.
Gower Society Gardens Competition, 1957, X, 46; 1959, XII, 7.
Gower Society History of, A, XII, 13 ; XIV, 25.
Gower Society: Jubilee Events XLIX, 2-16
Gower Society Looking both ways, 1, 32.
Gower Society Membership XVIII, 36.
Gower Society: Outdoor Programme, 1972, XXIII, 80.
Gower Society Photographic Competition, 1958, XI, 32 ; 1959, XII, 20 1960, XIII, 64.
Gower Society: Presidential Insignia XLIX, 77
Gower Society Programme XVI, 75: XVII, 58.
Gower Society See also, 11, 46 ; IV, 62 VI, 43 ; VII, 50; VIII, 2; Vill,41.
Gower Society Ten Years of Open Air, X, 21.
Gower Society Twenty-one Years On XIX. ?'.
Gower Society Working Party, IX, 35
Gower-Some Memories of Childhood, XV. 43
Gower Special Area Sub-Committee, XIII, 2; XIII, 15.
Gower Stories, A Couple of, V, 52.
Gower, The Dolly Mare and other tales of Old Gower (book review), XXIV, 36.
Gower Tower Churches XLVI, 15
Gower United Association for the Prosecution of Felons, XIII, 4.
Gower: Visitor, XXXIV, 6
Gower Wallica, IX, 36.
Gower Warden, XVII, 80.
Gower Wassail Song, I, t9.
Gower: watercolour on road to XXXVI, 32 and 34
Gower Weather Station, the Growth of, XXIV, 4.
Gower: Weather, XXXIV, 62; XXXV, 51
Gower: Wedding, XXXII, 11
Gower, Welsh Wedding Costumes of Over one Hundred Years ago in North Gower, IX, 19.
Gower, Welsh Costume in, VIII, 28 ; IX, 11.
Gower: wide angle XXXIX, 44
Gower: Wills, XXXV, 67
Gower, Witch Bottles in, VIII, 27.
Gower, XIV Century (Map), IV, 32.
Gower. B.B.C. Country Magazine Programme I,4.
Gowermen, XLIX, 17
Gowerton School, journey to, 1902, XXI, 24.
Gowerton, XXXV, 65
Gowerton XXXVI, 21
Granary, Penrice XLIX, 45
Grange Farm, West Cross 53 p.40
Great Carn Ring Cairn, XXXII, 47; XXXIII, 54
Great Pitton farming at 60 p.7ff
Great Tor (photo) 58 p18
Great Walterston XLVII, 55
Green Cwm Cottage, XXXII, 24
Grenfell, D. R. XIX, 40.
Grenfell, D. R, I, 26.
Grenfell, D.R., M.P. 53 p.48
Grenfell of Kilvey, Lord, Field Marshall, XXIII, 39.
Griffiths, Evan-First Minister at Parkmlll, XIV, 47.
Griffiths, William 52 p.54
Griffiths, William, of Burry Green, X, 56.
Grist Mills XLVII, 67
Grove, Jane, XXXI, 13
Grove, Sir William Robert XLIII, 78
Grove, Sir William R. XVI. 62.
Grovesend, XVIII, 74.
Gulls at Blackpill, Swansea, XXIV, 7.
Gwent, XV, 15.
Gwerneinon XLV, 15
Gwernllwynchwyth House, XXIII, 4.
Gwillims Land, Oystermouth 53 p.21
Gwyn, Cyril XLVII, 52
Gwynn, Cyril XXXIX, 18
Gwynn, Cyril-Bard of Gower, IV, 11.
Gwynn, Cyril. XXVI, 49.

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Hafod, Ceredigion in 1793 (with illustration) 58 p71ff
Hafod- I Remember, V, 6.
Haiku to Landore (poem), XXVI, 11.
Halcyon Days in Gower, XXVII, 45.
Hall, Henry, XXXII, 8
Hall, Robert Wright, surveyor L, 60
Hambury, H. J. (obituary), XXVI, 89.
Hammerton, The Rev. William, Lady Barham's Secretary, XV, 48.
Hancorne, John Griffith, diary of XXXVI, 57
Hancorne, John Griffith, diary of, XXXIII, 22; XXXIV, 34
Hancorne, Lizzie (photo) XXXVI, 57
Harbour Trustees XXXVII, 51
Harding, Olwen, Three Pages from the Journal of, 1. 12.
Hardingsdown, photo XLIX, 19
Harepits, Rhossili, water tank 51 p.8
Harmer XLIV, 76
Harries, William XXXVI, 29
Harris, Howell XLVI, 41
Harris, James XL, 32
Harry, Mr. William, XXXII, 23
Harvest 53 p.74
Harvest supper and dance XVI, 46.
Have you no Schools ? VII, 47.
Havergal, Frances Ridley XLVIII, 41, photo 43, plaque 50
Havergal, Frances Ridley 51 p.21; 55p.8
Havergal House, photo XLVIII, 48
Hearth Tax 53 p. 19
Heath, Mr. & Mrs. Sidney, XXII, 8.
Helleborine XIX, 26.
Helme, Ernest XLVIII, 67, photo 69
Helvetia (photo) XXXIX, 45
Helwick Bank XLVII, 5
Helwick Bank, dredging 52 p.4
Helwick Sandbank, XXI, 34.
Hendry, F.C., artist, and sea captain 60 p.63ff
Heneage-Vivian, Admiral Algernon, XXIII, 61.
Henllys, Free Chapel 53 p.6, Lane (photo) 53 p.7
Henllys, XXII, 57.
Hennibique, Francis XXXVI, 65
Howman photo of Port Eynon Beach XXXVIII, 35
Howman: photo of Penard XXXVIII, 9 and 11
Heol y Marchog, Gendros, XVIII, 74.
Herbert, Sir William XLIII, 37
Herbert, Sir George, Steward of Gower 53 p.12
Herberts Houses, XXXII, 7
Hermit Crab, New Home for. XVI. 37.
Heron (photo) XLII, 1
Higginson, Henry, XXXV, 5
High Street XLI, 12; photo XLIV, 55
High Street-Station (photo), XXVIII, 55.
Hill Forts in New Zealand (Extract from " The Voyage of the Beagle "), IX, 29.
Hill House (photo) XLV, 16
Hillend Factory, XXXI, 5
Hillend, XVI, 39.
Hillend, XXXI, 10;
Hills Farm ruin, Overton (photo) 52p.77
Hills Farm XXXIX, 22
Historian of West Gower, The, VI 7.
Historic Swansea - Book review 56 p.46
Historical Background of Gower, The, XV, 5.
History at Aberystwyth, XII, 49.
History of Gower AONB 56 p.2ff
Hogback Stones, XIX, 72.
Holiday, Notes on A, XV, 32.
Holidays in Gower, XXVIII, 3.
Holland, George L, 43
Holland, George, Diary for 1841, XVIII, 54.
Home Farm, Penrice XLIX, 45
Hon. Life Members XLVIII, 3
Hood, Elisha 51p.l3
Hornor, Thomas 54 p.74
Horse bus, XVI, 44.
Horse's Head, The, XVI, 46: XX, 35.
Horse's Head, The, V, 9 ; (Illustration), VIII, 50.
Horton (photo), XXXIV, 65
Horton Chapel XLII, 47
Horton XLII, 42
Hortown, XXXI, 14
House of Industry XLIX, 65
Houses,XXVI, 53.
Howman photo of Port Eynon Beach XXXVIII, 35
Howman: photo of Penard XXXVIII, 9 and 11
Hughes, John, Manager of the Upper Bank Copper Works, Swansea, c. 1800, VII, 32. See also : From Anglesey to Swansea, VII, 30.
Hughes, Trevor Tregaskis, XXI, 50.
Human Occupation at Bacon Hole, XXVIII, 36.
Hungary. A Skull in the Ribbons of a Bride. XX, 35.
Huntingdon: Lady XLVI, 40, Portrait of XLVI, 41 Chapel XLVI, 40
Hunts (place name) XVIII, 75.
Huyton XVIII, 75.
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I Remember - Hafod, V, 6.
I Remember - Ilston, V, 31.
I Remember - Extracts from members' memoirs, III. 40.
Ice Age XXXVI, 71
Ilston: Chapel XLVI, 48,
Ilston Church (photo) XLV, 2
Ilston Church 51 p. 12; (photo) 51 p.17
Ilston Church L, 80, photos 81, 85, 93,
Ilston Church, XXIII, 17.
Ilston Clergy L, 80
Ilston Old Rectory 51 p. 15
Ilston Quarry XIX. 44.
Ilston, visits of Rev. Francis Kilvert, XXI, 26.
Ilston XLIII, 23
Ilston, XXXI, 46; XXXII, 37, 39
Ilston XXXIX, 54
Ilston; photo 48, 55
Images (book review) XXXVI, 70
Impressment of Two Ships at Swansea, XXIX, 67.
Industrial Development in Clyne Valley, XIII, 28.
Industries in the Swansea Valley, Dr, John Lane and the Foundation of the NonFerrous Metal, IV, 18. (See also V, 26).
Inklemaker of Uvverton, An., III, 25.
International Folk Dance Society Week, XV, 69.
Intertidal life on the Gower shore 59 p.51ff (illustrations p. 53,55,56)
Inventory, A Swansea-John Morris, X, 58.
Iron Ore XXXVII, 69
Iron Ore mining at Mumbles and Langland Districts, 1845-1899, XII, 38.
It Abounds in Deep Pits, IV, 30.

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Jackson, S.P., painter XLVI, 57
James, Grove, XXII, 78.
James, John, XXXII, 7
Janes, Alfred (Illustration), VII, 1,
January In Gower, XIII, 16,
Jenkins, George XLIX, 44
Jenkins, Jenkin clockmaker 60 p.20
Jenkins, John, XXXI, 6
Jenkins, John Henry 55 p.54
Jenkins, of Grange XL, 29
Jernegan, William XLVI, 42
John family, of Ty'r Coed, XXI, 54.
John, Griffith XL, 62
John, Katherine St. XLIII, 36
Johnes Thomas, of Hafod 58 p71ff
Jones, B. XXXIX, 11
Jones, B. XLII, 30
Jones, Ernest, XXXV, 65
Jones, Ernest, IX, 54 ; XI, 28.
Jones, Frank, Obituary 58 p78
Jones, Gwent, photo XLIX, 4, 24
Jones, Gwent, XV, 2; XV, 15; XV, 45.
Jones, lorwerth Hughes, obituary, XXIII, 82.
Jones, Mrs Gwladwen Gwent, Obituary 57 p79
Jones, Rev. Calvert Richard XXXVII, 7
Jones, Thomas Baker (Illustration), VIII, 1 ; XII, Jones, W. H. XXXIX, 8
Jones, W.H. XLV, 14
Jones, William (correspondent re 1703 storm) 53 p.21
Jones, William, surveyor L, 60
Jones, William XLII, 28
Julietta XLI, 41


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Keen Moor XLIV, 64, 68
Kennexton Farm House XVI, 30.
Kern, Joseph, clockmaker 60 p.20
Kestrel XLIV, 73
Killay, a suggested origin of the Place name, VII, 48.
Killay, Flint Arrowhead find, VIII, 33.
Killay House XXXIX, 30; XL, 65
Killay House XLI, 70
Killay Mining Accident XLII, 34
Killay, XXVI, 28.
Killay XXXVI, 36; XXXVII, 62
Killy Willy XVIII 75.
Killy-Willy, XXXI, 38
Kilvert, Francis, XXXII, 45
Kilvert, Francis XLII, 34
Kilvert, Rev. Francis, Diarist: Visits to Gower, XXI, 26.
Kilvey, An old Gower Coal Mine, IV, 56.
Kilvey, Field Marshal Lord Grenfell of, XXIII, 39.
Kilvey Hill, Cairn Circle 58 p56ff (photos 56,57, plan 58)
Kilvey Hill Fort, XI X, 22.
Kilvey, The Lordship of, A Retrospect, IV, 35.
Kilvey, The Windmill of XVII, 8.
Kilvrough families (part 1) 56 p.37ff
Kilvrough 57 p34ff (photos p35,39,45, family tree 40)
Kilvrough 1999 (photo) 56 p.37
Kilvrough (name) XVIII, 75.
Kilvrough (place name), XXI, 5.
Kilvrough Estate, XXXI, 5
Kilvrough Manor, XXXI, 5
Kilvrough Manor, XXII, 78; XXIII, 20.
Kilvrough, Schools visiting XVI, 32.
Kilvrough, XXX, 16.
Kimley Moor III 75.
King Arthur's Inn, Reynoldston, XXXI,
King, Edward, of Marino XL, 17
King's Head, Llangennith XLIX, 75
Kingshall ruin, 1996 (photo) 56 p.12
Kite XLIV, 78
Kittiwake (photo) XLIII, 1
Kittiwake, photo L, 10
Kittle 55 p.33
Kittle Hill, XXXIII, 22; XXXIV, 34
Kittle Hill XXXVI, 57
Kittle Hill Farmhouse, XXXIII, 25
Kittle, XXII, 78.
Knelston (place name), XXI, 59.
Knelston, A vanished Alignment of Standing Stones, XIII, 65.
Knelston church, XXI, 58.
Knelston, Middle Mill XLII, 14
Knife Grinder (photo) XLV, 19
Kulverd Hall, XXXI, 13

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Lady Huntingdon's Chapel XLVI, 40
Lady Quirk XLI, 41
Lamb, Betty, Obituary 58 p78
Land, succession and transfer 55 p.36
Landimore XLIII, 33
Landimore, XXII, 52.
Landlord and Tenant, XXVI, 3.
Landore Viaduct 57 p29ff (photo)
Landore Viaduct (photo), XXVIII, 7.
Landscape, Agriculture and, XXV, 79.
Landscape Designer XLVII, 45
Lane, Dr. John, XX, 8.
Lane, Dr. John, and the Foundation of the Non-ferrous Metal Industries in the Swansea Valley, IV, 18 ; See also V, 26.
Lane, H.W XLV, 14
Langland (photo) 55 p.7
Langland Bay Farm XXXIX, 21
Langland XLV, 6
Langrove Manor, XXIII, 20.
Lapwings XXXVI, 13
Latimer Davies-A Gower Worthy, VI, 39.
Laverbread 56 p.9
Laverbread : The weed of Hiraeth, XII, 26.
Lead mines 54 p. 6 (plans) p. 8, p.l 1; 55 p.27
Lead Mining, XXVII, 76.
Leason Mill XLII, 13
Lee, Stephen G., XV, 2. A Portrait, XIV, 50.
Legend of the Iron Door, XVIII, 45.
Leghorn to Penrice, VI, 16.
Lennox, Lord William Pitt, XXXIV, 7
Let Gower be your Teacher, XVI, 32.
Letter from Cumberland, A, X. 31.
Letter from A Gower Naturalist, XIII, 18,
Leucarum, The location of, VII, 17.
Lewis, J.C. Wyn Obituary 58 p18
Lewis, J.C.Wyn, Obituary 58 p18
Lewis, Saunders Welsh dramatist 56 p.35ff
Lichens XL, 52
Life and Work in the Old Days III. 22,
Life in a Gower Rectory, An Early Nineteenth Century Account, IV, 49.
Lifeboat, Porteynon XVII, 79.
Lifeboat XLI, 79
Lifeboat, XXXI, 39
Lighthouse, Burry Holms 56 p.30 (photo p.31)
Lighthouse: Burnham-on-Sea 54 p.27 Whitford 54 p .l6
Lighthouse, Whiteford Point, XXIII, 44.
Lighthouses, Whiteford 56 p.13ff
Lights seen from Gower, II, 25.
Lilliput (photo, 1961), West Cross 58 p49
Lilliput Hall, XIV, 72.
Lime burning XXXIX, 64
Limekilns XXXIX, 69, 71, 72, 75
Limeslade plan of Lewinhill, 11
Limeslade XLVIII, 6, photos 6, 9, 13,
Limestone Feature at Nicholaston, XXIII, 71.
Limestone Quarrying, XXVIII, 26.
Limestones of Gower, The, XVII, 30.
Link with the Past, A, VIII, 28,
Litter, VIII, 20.
Little Hill, Bishopston 57 p49ff (photo p49, deed 53, plan 55)
Little Walterston XLVII, 55
Little Wind Street, XXXII, 71
Liwyn-y-Bwch, XII, 55.
Llan (river name) XVIII, 76
Llanddewi XXXIX, 54
Llandeilo Talybont XLIII, 27
Llandeilo Talybont (Church), If, 38 ; Illustration, III, 13.
Llandewi, XXII, 54.
Llanelen, an Ancient Church Site at, XX, 16.
Llanelen, Church and farmstead XLVI, 58, illus 58, 60, 66, 69, 70, 72
Llanelen, excavations 53 p.39
Llanelen XLIII, 25
Llanelly Harbour Commissioners 54p.21
Llangennech, Shipping at, IX, 43 ; X, 34.
Llangennith 1910 (photo) 56 p.77
Llangennith: Billand's Factory XLII,19
Llangennith: Burrows Hall XLVII, 17,
Llangennith: Church, XXXI, 46
Llangennith College Mill XLII, 18
Llangennith: College mill, XXXI, 10
Llangenydd, Earthwork on Harding's Down, VII, 16.
Llangennith King's Head XLIX, 75
Llangennith Lower Mill XLII, 19
Llangennith: Lower mill, XXXI, 5, 9
Llangennith: Priory, XXXI, 5
Llangennith Whitemoor XLII, 18
Llangennith XXXIX, 55
Llangenydd, Brooch Find at Twlc Point, XV, 22.
Llangenydd-Kennexton Farm House XVI, 30:
Llangenydd, Screaming Sands XX, 95.
Llangenydd, The Priory at, III, 5 ; XV, 5.
Llangwig Church, XXXI, 51
Llangyfelach, A Home of Lost Causes, 1, 3.
Llangyfelach Copper Works, Landore, XXII, 23; XXII, 25.
Llangyfelach Ffair, XI, 49.
Llangyfelach Road, old cottage (photo, 1961) 56 p.57
Llangyfelach XLII, 50
Llangyfelach, XXXI, 50, 78
Llangynwyd 51 p.42
Llanmadoc 1910 (photo) 56 p.78
Llanmadoc, Britannia Inn 54 p. 73
Llanmadoc Church (photo), XXVIII, 7.
Llanmadoc: Church, XXXI, 48
Llanmadoc: Scarlet Woman', XXXIII, 75
Llanmadoc, visit of Rev. Francis Kilvert, XXI, 29.
Llanmadoc XXXIX, 55
Llanmadog, The Nine Wells, VI, 31.

Llanrhidian, cockle gathering 58 p64
Llanrhidian: church bells XXXIX, 56
Llanrhidian Church (Illustration), III, 45.
Llanrhidian Church 55 p.20
Llanrhidian: Church Yew XLIII, 21
Llanrhidian Green, the stones on, XXII, 10.
Llanrhidian Green (Illustration), V, 53.
Llanrhidian Higher Mill XLV, 32
Llanrhidian Hill XIX, 45.
Llanrhidian-Legend of the Iron Door, XVIII, 45
Llanrhidian-Leper Stone. XVI, 19: XIX. 72.
Llanrhidian Lower Mill XLII, 7, 13
Llanrhidian, Marsh (photo), XXXV, 51
Llanrhidian photo XXXIX, 45
Llanrhidian Slate Memorials XLVII, 74
Llanrhidian Upper Mill XLII, 12
Llanrhidian Village (photo) XLV, 33
Llanrhidian XLVII, 56
Llanrhidian, XXXI, 49
Llansamlet (names in parish) XVIII. 77.
Llansamlet, Gwernllwynchwyth House, XXIII, 4.
Lleab Du, XVIII, 76.
Llethrid Cwm, XIV, 3.
Llethrid Cwm, Giant's Grave in, XIV, 6.
Llethrid, XXXII, 23
Llewellyn, John Dillwyn XLVIII, 60
Llewellyn, John Dillwyn, XVI, 61.
Llewellyn of Penllergaer XLI, 22
Llewelyn, Emma and Elinor 51 p.28; JohnDillwyn 51 p.21
Llewelyn, John Dillwyn, XXVIII, 20.
Lliw (river name) XVIII, 77.
Lloyd-George, David, at Ilston XLVI, 55
Llwyn-y-Bwch, Richard Gordon of, 1804-1877, XIV 7.
Local Government reorganisation, XXII, 4.
Lodge Cwm, XXXII, 24
Lodge Cwm Walk,'XVI, 40.
Logan, William Edward XXXVI, 9
Lord Grenfell of Kilvey, Field Marshall, XXIII, 39.
Lordship of Gower and Kilvey L, 15, map, 17
Loughor: Beginning of coal industry, XXI, 71.
Loughor Estuary, Crossing the, XI, 50.
Loughor Estuary—proposed artillery range, XXII, 3.
Loughor Roman Fort at, XXII, 44; XXIII, 15; XXIV, 20.
Loughor, St. Patrick's Birthplace, XIV, 22.
Loughor, The Location of Leucarum, VII, 17.
Loughor, The Glass-house (and pottery?) XIX, 66.
Loughor Tithe Terrier, 1559, VII, 53,
Loughor Village (photo) XLV, 33
Lowe, Betty (obituary) 59 p.76
Lower Boarspit (photos, 1964), West Cross 58 p43,48
Lower Boarspit, West Cross (Glen Farm) XVII, 18.
Lower Killay (photo) XXXVI, 37
Lower Lliw Dam (photo), XXIX, 56.
Lucas family: Great Aunt Caroline, XXIV, 22.
Lucas family of Gower XXXVII, 49
Lucas family: Stouthall and, XXIII, 51.
Lucas family: at Rhosili Rectory, XXV, 73.
Lucas, R.L.T., Obituary 57 p.21
Lucas, XXXI, 11; XXXV, 68
Lucien Pissarro in Gower, XX, 23,
Lunell, George XLIX, 74
Lunnon 55 p.33
Lunnon, XXII, 78.
Lyons family of Kilvrough 56 p.37ff
Lyons family of Kilvrough, family tree 57 p40

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Mackworth Arms (print), XXXIV, 10, 6
Maen Ceti, XXXI, 73
Maes Eglwys farmhouse (photo) XLV, 60
Maggor's Hill XVIII, 78.
Major Penrice's Dilemma, XXIII, 20.
Maltops XVIII, 78.
Manor Courts 55 p.29
Mansel family XLIII, 38 Marino XLIV, 14
Mansel, Sir Rice, of Oxwich, XXV, 12.
Mansel, William 55 p.53
Mansels of Henllys, XXII, 57.
Manuscripts, Penrice and Margam XLVII, 76
Map: Gellihir XXXVII, 57
Map Gorwydd XXXVI, 22
Map Gower XXXVIII, 22-25, XL, 34
Map Gowerton XXXVI, 22
Map Limekilns XXXIX, 69, 71, 72
Map making in Gower, XXI, 3.
Map Medieval settlement XXXVI, 47
maps XLII, 54-55
Maps: County of Glamorgan 1779, 51 p.57
Maps: Llangyfelach tithe map 51 p.61
Maps: Nydfwch51p.59
Maps of Gower L, 57
Maps: Pennard manor 55 p.35
Maps: South Wales, 1729, 51 p.55
Mapsant (Llangenydd) XVI, 46.
Margam XLVII, 76
Margam, XXVI, 71.
Mari Llwyd, XXXII, 14
Mari Lwyd at Mumbles, XXI, 19.
Mari Lwyd, V. 9 ; lllustration, VIII, 50.
Marine Biology See also, Sea, at the edge of.
Marine Biology Sun Fish off Gower, XI II, 70,
Marine Biology in Swansea Docks, XIII, 47.
Marine Research around Gower, XXI, 33.
Marmont Hill XVIII, 78.
Mart Lwyd XVI, 46: XX, 35.
Marytwill Lane XVIII, 78.
Maslin, James 51 p.26
Massacre of the Rooks (poem), XXVIII, 15.
Matthews family of Nydfwch 51 p.56; Inventory 51 p.68
Matthews, Grindell, XXIV, 19.
Matthews, Saint, Church XLIII, 27
Maund, Jeanette XLIX, 53, 79
Meadow Pipit XLI, 80 Melin Hafod XLII, 10
Medieval: Churches of Gower, XXVI, 16.
Medieval: Defences of Swansea, XXVI, 11, XXX, 76.
Medieval: Dwelling Platform Houses, XXXV, 26
Medieval: Dwelling at Pennard, XXXIV,44
Medieval: Effigies, ,XXX, 27.
Medieval Platform Sites in East Gower, VII, 40; XIV, 29.
Megiddo, - Mission boat, in America 60 p.71 (photo)
Memoirs, Extracts from Members', III, 40.
Memorial at Oxwich (poem), XXIII, 19.
Men of Mumbles Head (book review), XXVIII, 77.
Menvendanus Stone XLVI, 9
Merchant's Long Memory, A IX, 8.
Merlin XLIV, 76
Metal Industries in the Swansea Valley, Non Ferrous, Dr. John Lane and the Foundation of, IV, I8. See also, V, 26.
Metal Works at Penclawdd in the Eighteenth Century, V, 13.
Metal Works at Penclawdd, Brass and Copper, XIV, 35.
Methodism in Gower, Earl X, 16.
Methodists XLVIII, 74
Mewslade quarry 60 p.7ff
Mewslade, photo XLIX, 80
Mewslade, Thurba Head (photo) XLIII, 2
Mewslade XVIII, 78.
Meyrick's Mill XLII, 22
Michael, D., clockmaker 60 p.20
Middiman (print) XXXIX, 6
Middleton: map XLIV, 61
Middleton numbers 8, 10, 12, 13, XLIV, 66-7
Middleton Old farmhouse XLIV, 65
Middleton School XLIV, 68
Middleton School 53 p.76
Middleton Ship Inn XLIV, 65
Middleton water supply 51 p.8
Midnight Song (poem), XXIV, 36.
Midsummer Madness XVII, 22.
Migration and Work in Gower, XVIII, 31.
Miles, John XLVI, 48
Mill, at Blackpill (and photo) 53 p.27
Mill Wood, The Felling of, XII, 2.
Mill XXXVI, 65; XXXVIII, 20
Millions of Years Back with T. R. Owen (book review), XXIV, 66.
Mills and milling 55 p.40
Mills, Swansea and Gower XLVII, 67; L, 20
Millstone, Penllergare Mill (photo) 58 p19
Minchin Hole, excavations, 1973, XXIV, 12.
Minchin Hole, Penard, Finds at, 1939-1944, Vlll, 33. See also Excavations.
Minchin Hole Cave, photo XLVIII, 22
Minchin Tor (photo) 58 p9
Miners at coalface (sketch, by D.R.Grenfell M.P.) 53 p.55
Mining Accident XLII, 34
Mining.(Iron Ore) at Mumbles and Langland Districts, 1845-1899, XII, 38.
Mirador XXXVI, 33
Missionaries from Llangennith to America 60 p.70ff
Missionary XL, 62
Mixen Bell,(poem), XXVIII, 76.
Moist Situation, A XI, 42,
Mond Buildings L, 7, 13, photo 11
Monumental Effigies and Brasses of the Swansea Area XVII. 70.
Moor Corner hay crop (photo) 57 p.2
Morcom, Joseph XLVIII, 74
Morgan, C. D. ("Kit"), XXIV, 54.
Morgan, Ernest, VII< 3,
Morgan, F.A. XLIV, 42
Morgan, John, of Grange Farm 53 p.20
Morgan, Mrs. Charles (photo) XLIII,12
Morgan, William XLIV, 66
Morris Castle (photo) 56 p.67
Morris Estate Map Book, 1776` 58 p37ff
Morris Estate XLII, 50
Morris Family and Swansea, The, V, 26.
Morris, John XLV, 15
Morris, Sir John XL, 16
Morriston Eisteddfod (1854) 59 p.57ff
Morriston (watercolour) 1850. 59 p.59
Morriston, Early History of, V, 26.
Morriston Meeting House XLVIII, 76
Morriston,: Old Market, photo XLVIII, 76,
Morriston XLII, 53
Morriston's Georgian Mansion (Glyncollen House), XXIV, 18.
Mount, Swansea XLII, 24
Mumbles (poem), XXIII, 27.
Mumbles 1821, Tragedy off, XXIII, 79.
Mumbles and Lang and Districts, Iron Ore Mining at, 1845, 1899, XII, 38.
Mumbles, details of Dillwyn family's visit 51 p.20
Mumbles Horse's Head, Story of, XXI, 19.
Mumbles inn (Rowlandson sketch) 53p.25
Mumbles: Lifeboat XLI, 79
Mumbles Lighthouse XLI, 69
Mumbles Methodism, XXIX, 65.
Mumbles, Oyster Dredging, XX, 76,
Mumbles Pier XXXVIII, 16; photo XXXVIII, 1
Mumbles reminiscences, 1950s 55 p.6
Mumbles Sunday School, XXIX 66.
Mumbles. Engravings by Thomas Baxter, XIX. 50.
Mummer's Play XXXVI, 36
Mummy of Priest Tem-Hor, XXIII, 41.
Murder stones, XIV, 45.
Murray, William Grant XLIII, 54; XLV, 23
Murton in the 1920s & 30s 56 p.8ff
Murton 2005 (photos) 56 p.8 & 11
Murton XLII, 5
Music Hall, The, VIL 44.
Music Making XLIII, 6
My Gower Scrapbook, XVIII, 63.
My Gower (Review), X, 51
Mynydd Bach y Cocs Chapel, photo XLIX, 1
Mynydd Bach Church Book 51 p.31; Chapel 51 p.31
Mynydd Drumau Walk, The, VI, 34.
Mynydd Newydd Colliery, XXIV, 80.
Mynydd Pysgodlyn : Penile’r Bebyll Earthwork VII, 43.

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Name Magic, VI, 20.
Nanny of Newton VIII, 28 ; IX, 11.
Nash Bank (sand) 52 p.4
Nash Sandbank, XXI, 34.
National Nature Reserves in Gower, XVII, 62.
National Trust in Gower, The (Penard Cliffs and Bishopston Valley), VII, 26.
National Trust Properties in Gower, XVIII, 37.
National Trust XVI, 71, 73.
National Trust and the National Parks Commission, VIII, 7.
Naturalists in Gower, 1906-1920, I, 9. 1920-1949, lI, 22.
Naturalists' Trust Reserves in Gower. XIX. 41.
Nature Conservation in the Gower Peninsula, XIV, 52.
Nature Crossword, XVII, 60.
Nature Reserve Whitford, XXXIV, 19
Neath Abbey Lands XLVI, 56
Neolithic XL, 49
Neuschul, Ernest 53 p.48 Illustrations by, 53 p.49, 50, 51, 53
New Cut, Swansea XLI, 40
New Home for a Hermit, XVI, 37.
Newhill Farmhouse, Newton, XVII, 18.
Newton: Church XLI, 48
Newton Farm, Scurlage (photo) 59 p.2
Newton, houses at L, 8
Newton, Mumbles, A Forgotten Round Cairn at XX. 66.
Newton School XLV, 9
Nicholas, Henry 51 p.22
Nicholas, Lizzie, XXXI, 7
Nicholas, Ruth, XXXI, 5
Nicholas William, XXXI, 5
Nicholaston, Life at, 1937-1957, XIV, 77.
Nicholaston Church 53 p.67, 69
Nicholaston, Crawley Promontary Fort, It, 12.
Nicholaston, Limestone Feature at, XXIII, 71.
Nicholaston Wood, The Valve of, VII, 6.
Nicholaston Woods, Preservation of, V, 3 ; VIII, 42,
Nicholaston XXXVII, 41; XXXIX, 56
Nine Wells, The, VI, 31.
Nineteenth Century French Traveller, XXVIII, 71.
Nitten Field bird ringing 57 p22ff (photos p 22,23,24,25,26,27, tables 27&28)
Nitten Field, Middleton, Farmland Birds Initiative 59 P.66ff (phots 66,67,69,70,71. Tables 72-75
Noel Juliana Hicks, 1800-1855, XIII, 52.
Noel, Mrs. Gerard, See also Barham, Lady.
Normans, Gower and the, I, 29.
Norris, Chas (picture of Pennard) XXXVIII, 9
North Dock Basin XLIV, 53
Norton Church XLI, 48
Norton Cottage (watercolour), West Cross 58 p52
Norton Cottage 51 p.27
Norton, John XLV, 10
Nott, General George XXXVI, 33.
Nottage Farmhouse, Newton XVII. 20.
Nursery Education XLVII, 17

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Obituaries: 56 p.71; 57 p.21, p.59, p.79; 58 p.18, 78; 59 p.76, 77, 78
Obituaries: 52 p.67, 68; 53 p.57; 55 p.59, 71
Obituaries XLIX, 78
Oh, What a Summer XX, 95.
Oil Pollution, XXX, 52.
Oil Pollution XLVII, 5
Old Bathing House XLIX, 65, illus 67
Old Colliers Arms, XXXIII; 41
Old Days, Life and Work in the, III, 22.
Old Henllys, photo XLIX, 62
Old Penrice (photo) XXXVI, 70
Old Place, The, XV, 11.
Oldwalls, Ebenezer Chapel 52 p.59
Open fields XXXVII, 41
Open Fields in Gower, XXV, 7.
Open Letter An, VIII 29,
Oral History Pennard memories (1930s) 58 p7ff
Orchids, Wild, of Gower, XIX, 25, XX. 94.
OrnithologY from a Hospital Bed, XV, 72.
Osprey XLIV, 77
Otter Hunt XVI, 46.
Outdoor Programme 1972, XXIII, 80.
Outing to Worm's Head, 1854, XIV, 12.
Outrage, VIII, 46.
Over my Shoulder, 11, 18.
Overton, An Inklemaker of, Iii, 25.
Overton, Hills Farm ruin (photo) 52p.76
Overton kiln (photo) XXXIX, 73
Overton Walk, IV, 24.
Owls XLIV, 77
Oxwich, Underhill Cottage (photo) 58 p37
Oxwich at Dusk, V, 40
Oxwich Bay, Nicholaston Woods Preservation, V, 3.
Oxwich: beach XXXVIII, 49
Oxwich Brooch 59 p.47ff (photo p.47)
Oxwich Burrows, XXV, 48.
Oxwich Castle 59 p. 49
Oxwich Castle, Affair of, 1949, 1949,1I,2 ; VIII, 42.
Oxwich Castle, Affray at. 1557, 11, 6.
Oxwich Castle, Illustrations, I, 31 ; II, I ; 11, 47.
Oxwich Castle XLIII, 42
Oxwich Castle, XXV, 12.
Oxwich: church bell XXXIX, 58
Oxwich Church restoration, 1890 59 p. 30ff (plans and photos: 37,39,43)
Oxwich Church, XXXI, 53
Oxwich Church, 11 46 ; Illustration, VII, 51.
Oxwich: dunes (photo) XXXVII, 2
Oxwich: geology XXXVII, 69
Oxwich Green Chapel, XXXIII, 72
Oxwich Green Farmhouse XVIII 18
Oxwich, Incidents at (1794, 1803), XXII, 26.
Oxwich: John Collins of XXXVIII, 45
Oxwich : Life in Bower Rectory. An Early Nineteenth Century Account, IV, 49. Oxwich, Parish of, A Study of Demographic Trends, XIV, 18.
Oxwich: marsh (photo) XXXVIII,.2
Oxwich Marsh, Keeper's Door, photo XLIX, 32
Oxwich, Memorial at (poem), XXIII, 19.
Oxwich Nature Reserve XVII, 63.
Oxwich: Old Rectory XXXVIII, 46
Oxwich, Plants and Man at, XIII, 32.
Oxwich: Rectory XXXVIII, 50
Oxwich Rectory, XXVIII, 24.
Oxwich: Richard Rowe of XXXVIII, 75
Oxwich: Rose Cottage XLIX, 44,
Oxwich Village, History of, XXX, 5.
Oxwich Wesley Cottage XLIX, 44
Oyster Dredging XX, 76.
Oyster Dredging, 1821, XXIII, 79.
Oystercatcher-The Sea-Pie and his Sweetheart, X, 43.
Oystercatchers (poem), XXXIII, 69
Oystercatchers XIX, 62.
Oystermouth Castle Mystery (Pigeon House), XIX. 79.
Oystermouth 1818 (print), XXIX, 5.
Oystermouth 53 p. 17; Castle 5 l p.23; Church 53 p.28
Oystermouth Castle XLVIII, 33, photos 33, 35, plans 37, 39
Oystermouth: Castle, XXXIV, 13
Oystermouth: Castle (photo) XLV, 20
Oystermouth: Church School XLI, 48
Oystermouth: Church XLI, 79; XLIII, 27
Oystermouth: Church, XXXI, 53
Oystermouth: Clergy XLI, 46
Oystermouth Railway, XXIX, 3.
Oystermouth: Railway, XXXI, 36
Oystermouth: Railway XLII, 32
Oystermouth - Roman Settlement and Medieval Castle, I 38.
Oystermouth Village, Way from (to Swansea), XXX, 36.
Oystermouth XLVI, 7
Oysters 53 p. 17

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Pack Horses in Gower XVI, 44.
Padley, Mr. of Swansea, XI, 34.
Padley, Paul XLVII, 69
Padley, Paul XLI, 6
Padley, William XLVII, 71
Padley XXXVI, 21
Panard Castle, Excavation, 1961, XIV, 76.
Pantygwydr Baptist Church L, 7, photo 11
Parc Beck, Sketty (photo) XLV, 48
Parc-le-Breos (House), XV, 11.
Parc le Breos L, 71, plan 73
Parc Llewelyn 57 p59ff (photos p59,67, plan 63)
Parc Wern, Swansea XLV, 51
Parish in East Gower, A, IX, 50.
Park-le-Breos, XXXII, 24
Park-le-Breos, XXV, 70.
Parkmill, Church Hill (Roman site) 59 p.7ff (photos: site p.7: Roman brick and pottery,9,11)
Parkmill, Church Hill, XXII, 62.
Parkmill - Evan Griffiths, First Minister at. XIV, 47.
Parkmill mill, photo 55 p.41
Parkmill School Centenary, XXVII, 57.
Parkmill XLII, 10
Parson Davies,XXVIII, 5.
Patterns of Farming in Gower and its Environs, XXII, 70.
Paviland (photo) 58 p6
Paviland Cave, How to get to, XIII, 26.
Paviland, Red Lady, 1l, 34.
Pebble on the Beach, The (Review), XI, 56.
Pedigree, XXVII, 12.
Pembrey, proposed artillery range, XXII, 3.
Pen y Crug Cillibion, tumulus (photo 1960, p51) 58 p51 (photo,1960)
Penard: Castle XXXVIII, 6
Penard Castle, Illustration, III, 29'
Penard church bells XXXIX, 59
Penard Dunes, On, II. 20
Penard Mill XLII, 9
Penard, Minchin Hole-See Minchin Hole and Excavations
Penclawdd, Business, The, VI, 48 ; VIII, 42.
Penclawdd (poem), XXIII, 78.
Penclawdd, Archaeology at, XII, 56.
Penclawdd Brass and Copper Works, XIV, 35.
Penclawdd Canal, XXI, 74.
Penclawdd Canal and Railway or Tramroad, 1V,45.
Penclawdd Cockle Fishery (The Sea-pie and his Sweetheart), X, 43.
Penclawdd Cocklewomen, 1854 (Illustration) VII, 35 . 1948 (Ilustration) 1, I0. Penclawdd, Metal w orks at, in the Eighteenth Century, V 13.
Penclawdd in the 1870's, XVII. 47.
Penclawdd, Trade at in 1860's, X, 36.
Penclawdd XLII, 22
Penclawdd XXXIX, 58
Penclawdd, XXXV, 12; (photo), XXXV, 24
Penlle'r Bebyll, Mynydd Pysgodlyn (Earthwork) VII 43.
Penllergaer: House XLI, 22
Penllergaer: inventory XLI, 26
Penllergaer: Orchid House XLIV, 34
Penllergaer: photos XLI, 24-5
Penllergaer, XXVIII, 34.
Penllergaer,Child's Diary, A, V, 15.
Penllergare Arms (photo) XLV, 63
Penllergare Lake, photo XLVIII, 61
Penllergare, last days at, XXIX, 62.
Penllergare Mill millstone (photo) 58 p19
Penllergare Mill 58 p19ff
Penllergare XLVIII, 60
Penmaen Burrows Church, XXXI, 59
Penmaen Church 55 p. 15; Guns 53 p. 58; Workhouse 51 p. 71
Penmaen, Excavation Castle Tower, XIIL 62.
Penmaen, XXXI, 10
Penmaen XXXIX, 59; XL, 34
Pennard Castle 60 p.24ff
Pennard memories (1930s) 58 p7ff
Pennard, Brown's farm 58 p11
Pennard 1800 to 1973 (census returns), XXV, 58.
Pennard Castle, XXII, 78.
Pennard Castle (poem), XXXIII, 21
Pennard Church, XXIII, 16.
Pennard: Church, XXXI, 54
Pennard, Evening Service (poem), XXIX, 61.
Pennard, medieval 55 p.29
Pennard: Medieval Dwelling, XXXIV, 44
Pennard Pill, erosion of, XXVIII, 46.
Pennard, sand encroachment, XXII, 78.
Penrice, Thomas, of Kilvrough (photo) 56 p.43
Penrice Church, restoration, 1890s 60 p.39ff
Penrice Castle (Illustration), VI, 17.
Penrice: Castle, Estate Agent XLIX, 48
Penrice: Castle, Estate Maps L, 61
Penrice: Castle, Estate Office XLIX, 46
Penrice: Castle, Estate XLVII, 45
Penrice Castle Farm, XXVII, 4.
Penrice: Castle, Game Shooting XLVII, 45,
Penrice: Castle, Gamekeepers XLIX, 45
Penrice: Castle, Granary XLIX, 44, photo 50, 52,
Penrice: Castle, Home Farm XLIX, 45
Penrice Castle, Life at, circa 1800, XXV, 3.
Penrice: Castle, photo XLVII, 77
Penrice: Castle, photos 46,47,49,51,
Penrice: church bells XXXIX, 59
Penrice Church (photo), XXVII, 1.
Penrice, Court Day at, IV, 3.
Penrice Estate (Change though not Decay). III, 38.
Penrice family of Kilvrough, with family tree 56 p.37ff
Penrice Family, The, VII. 34.
Penrice, Footpath dispute, 1769, XXI, 53.
Penrice Granary (illustrations), II, 29 ; VI, 46.
Penrice, Leghorn To, VI, 16.
Penrice, Major Thomas, XXIII, 20.
Penrice: maps XXXVIII, 22-25
Penrice Mill XLII, 10
Penrice: mills XXXVIII, 20
Penrice, Religious Liberty at, IX, IS,
Penrice, Thomas, XXXI, 5
Penrice, Thomas 51 p. 12
Penrice Towers (photo), XXVI, 74.
Penrice, Two Finds at, V, 55.
Penrice, XXVI, 38,71.
Penrice, XXXIII, 3
Penson, Richard Kyrke, architect, 55 p.14
People of Gower, XVI, 42.
Peregrinations in Central Glamorgan, XIV, 16.
Peregrine Falcon XLIV, 74
Peregrines XL, 45
Perkins, Travers XXXIX, 48; photo XXXIX, 49
Perreira, Manuel XLI, 39
Phil Tanner Record XVII, 83: XX 34
Phil Tanner, 1, 16; 11, 13; III 3: V1, 21; XV, 41 (Illustration), IX, 56.
Photography in Early Days XVI, 14: XVI. 59.
Pichot, AmWe,XXVIII, 71.
Picket's Mead XVIII, 78.
Pickings (A Short Story), X, 26.
Pig killing 53 p. 17
Piglets (poem), XXVI, 70.
Pilton Green, plan L, 59
Pirate, John Lucas, XXXI, 12
Pissarro, Lucien, in Gower XX, 23
Pits and Pit Boys in the Swansea Area XVII, 44.
Pitt (house), Oxwich XVII, 20.
Pitt Farm (photo), XXVII, 7.
Pitton Chapel XLIV, 68
Pitton Lower XLIV, 62
Pitton Mill XLII, 20
Pitton: Mrs. Beynon's House XLIV, 68
Pitton Upper XLIV, 63
Pitton, water supply 51 p. 10
Place, Francis, XXXIII, 7
Plan of Rhossili XXXVI, 51
Plants and Man at Oxwich, XIII. 32.
Plates, Swansea Ship, XX, 4.
Plomer, William XLII, 34
Pobbles and Three Cliffs (photo) 58 p13
Pobbles Bay, photo XLVII, 16
Poem, XXXII, 86
Pollution XL, 2
Pont-y-cob (photo) XLIII, 57
Pontardawe and the Gilbertsons, XX, 72.
Poor House XLIX, 64, photo 65
Poor Law: When Gower Clashed with Swansea, III, 20.
Poor Rate XLIX, 64
Population of Rhosili, IV, 27.
Port Eynon: church (photo) XXXVIII, 31
Port Eynon: church bells XXXIX, 59
Port Eynon: cottage interior XLI, 54-5
Port Eynon: Howman picture XXXVIII, 35
Port Eynon: nineteenth century XXXVIII, 31
Port Eynon Point (photo) XLII, 80
Port Eynon Point: cave, XXXVIII, 60
Port Eynon Point from Overton XXXIX, 2
Port Eynon, XXXI, 11, 14, 56 (poem), XXXIV, 66, 75
Porteynon (poem), XXIII, 50.
Porteynon Beaches, Alien Stones on, III, 8.
Porteynon Charity, the XVI, 44.
Porteynon: Culver Hole, Paint Mine, Washlies, Boiling Green, Old Church, Salt House. Oyster Fisheries, Smugglers, XVI, 3.
Porteynon: in Triassic times, XVIII, 48.
Porteynon: Journey to London, 1820, XX, 81.
Porteynon: Lifeboat, XVII, 79.
Porteynon: Oyster and Sea Fishing:
Porteynon: Oyster Dredging XX, 76.
Porteynon Point/Overton Nature Reserve, XIX, 47.
Porteynon: Sedgers Bank, XIX, 48.
Porteynon: Sharp Plan XVI, 79: XVII, 11.
Porteynon: Ship Inn, High Tide (1869), XX, 82.
Porteynon: Shipping Limestone XVI, 45.
Porteynon: Will Clement, the Dancer, XVI, 46.
Porteynon XLVII, 8, photo. 6
Post and Telegraph, Nineteenth Century XVII 7.
Post Office (photo) XXXVI, 37
Postal History, Early XX, 61.
Potter, Peter, Rector of Bishopston, XXVIII, 61.
Potters, XXVIII, 16.
Pottery, at Loughor (?) XIX, 66.
Pottery Corn Mill (photo) XLI, 11
Pottery, Dillwyn's Etruscan Ware, XXI, 8.
Pottery: Glamorgan XXXVII, 19
Pottery Kiln. Berthlwyd Uchaf, XVIII. 10.
Pottery photos XXXVII, 20, 21, 24, 25, 26
Pottery plan of XXXVII, 23
Pottery, XXXII, 82
Powell, D. H. L, X, 18.
Prehistoric Site, XXXII, 47; XXXIII, 54
Present From Wales, A, XIV, 30.
President's Address by Martin Caton, M.P. 54 p.33
Primrose Path, The, VII, 19.
Prince Ivanhoe, XXXII, 1
Prince of Wales, visit to Bishopston Valley, XXIV, 4.
Priorstown, Manor of, XXXI, 5
Priory at Llangenydd, 111, 5.
Pritchard, Hopkin Llewellyn XLIX, 48; plans L, 59, 63
Pseudoscorpions, XXII, 20.
Public Libraries Act in Swansea, XXX, 18.
Publications 52 p.53
Purgatory XLIV, 65
Pwlldu, XXVIII, 26.

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Quarry at Mewslade 60 p.7ff
Quarrying 55 p.38
Quarrying, XXVIII, 26.

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Railway: Accident, XXVI, 68.
Railway: Comes to Town, XXVIII, 55.
Railway: Gower Light, XXX, 55.
Railway, Oystermouth, XXXI, 36
Railway: Swansea and Oystermouth, XXX, 39.
Railway or Tramroad, Penclawdd Canal and. IV, 45.
Rain Stopped Work, IX, 35.
Rainfall in Swansea, XVIII, 58.
Rainfall over Gower, a once in a century, XXII, 81.
Raised Beach XXXVII, 69
Ram, Gower Champion (photo) 54p.71; 55p.70
Rambles in Glamorgan (Review), X, 50.
Raven, photo XLVIII, 30
Razor Shell, The, XV, 18.
Reaney, Michael (obituary) 59 p.78
Rebecca and the Dillwyns 54 p.76
Rebecca in Gower, XXVII, 26. Refugees, XXVI, 80.
Rebecca XXXVII, 62
Red Lady of Paviland, II, 34.
Red Lion Inn, Blackpill 51 p.25
Reel, Gower, III, 43 ; XIII, 17.
Rees, Jim, Obituary 57 p59
Rees, Jim, recollections of Gower XLIX, 26, photo 36, 39
Regency Swansea XLI, 56
Religious Liberty at Penrice, IX, 15.
Return to Gower, h 36.
Reynolds, E. L. (obit.) XXXVI, 69
Reynolds, Ernest L.-Honorary Life Member, XII, 58.
Reynoldston livestock market 60 p.7ff
Reynoldston, Box Farm House, XVII, 17.
Reynoldston: church bells XXXIX, 59
Reynoldston: Church, XXXI, 55; XXXII, 15
Reynoldston: King Arthur's Inn, XXXI, 6
Reynoldston: Thomas Coghlan of XL, 9
Reynoldston XLVIII, 59; XLIX, 61
Rhosili (view), 1855, XXVIII, 31.
Rhosili Bay Proposed Holiday Camp, VIII, 42.
Rhosili Bay An Account of the Sinking of the "City of Bristol" VIII,15;Illustration, VIII, 43.
Rhosili: beach (photo) XXXVII, 9; XXXIX, 47
Rhosili, car Parking, XXII, 3.
Rhosili: church bells XXXIX, 60
Rhosili Down Illustration, IV, 63.
Rhosili Down Proposed Erection of Radar Mast, Vill, 3.; VIII, 42.
Rhosili Down Proposed Road Across, XII, 4.
Rhosili Down Standing Stone, II, 12.
Rhosili: field system XXXVII, 41
Rhosili, images (poem), XXVI, 44.
Rhosili: medieval XXXVI, 47
Rhosili, old rectory, XXV, 73.
Rhosili, Population of, IV, 27.
Rhosili Rocket Crew, XVI, 5.
Rhosili Warren, II, 12.
Rhossili, Dylan Thomas and friends (photo) 58 p7
Rhossili Beach (photo) 57 p80
Rhossili 51 p.6
Rhossili Bay (photo) 59 p.5
Rhossili Bay, XXXIII, 68
Rhossili Beach, photo XLIX, 78
Rhossili Coastguard, XXXII, 3
Rhossili School XLIX, 53, photos 57, 59
Rhossili XLVIII, 58; XLIX, 34, photos 30,39
Rhossilli: Beach (photo) XLIV, 2
Rhossilli: Down (photo) XLIV, 1
Rhossilli: Plan and Houses XLIV, 57
Rhossilli: Shop XLIV, 60
Rhossilli: XLIV, 57
Rhuddlan Castle XLVIII, 38, photo 38, plan 39
Rhyddings (house) XL, 18
Rhyddings (photo) XLV, 20
Rhydydefaid Colliery, accident 1872, XXI, 27.
Rhydydefyd Colliery XLII, 36
Rhyndwyciydach : Parish Notes, V, 35.
Rhyndwyglydach, XXXIII, 42
Richards, Ernest 60 p.12
Richards, Ceri, an appreciation, XXII, 83.
Richards, Ceri, A Lyric Painter, VIII, 9.
Richards, John (photo) XLIV, 58
Richards, Sarah XLIV, 67
Richardson Road (photo), XXIX, 51.
Roads and Tracks, XXI, 6.
Roads, Gower, Fifty Years ago, VIII, 17.
Roads in Gower XVI, 44: XVII, 7: XIX, 20.
Roads in Gower 54 p.69
Robin, XXIII, 8.
Robin, XXXIII, 35
Rocket Apparatus House XLIV, 58
Rolfe, A.F. XLI, 1.0 .
Roman Fort at Loughor, XXII, 44; XXIII, 15; XXIV, 20.
Rosser, William XLV, 15
Roteley, Lewis, XXXII, 57
Rotherslade (photo) 55 p. 11
Rotherslade XLVIII, 10
Rothwell, Thomas XLVII, 69
Rothwell, Thomas (engraver) XVI, 66.
Routenburn, - sailing vessel 60 p.67 (photo)
Rowe, Richard XXXVIII, 75
Rowlandson, Thomas, sketch of inn at Mumbles 53 p.25
Royal Commission, XXXI, 6
Royal Institution of South Wales XXXVI, 8
Royal Institution, II, 45.
Royal Visit (Edward VII) XVII 5.
Run for Her Money, A, IV, 16.
Ruri-Deaconal Chapter, V, 10.
Ruthen, Sir Charles Tamlin L, 6
Ryers Down XLVIII, 59

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Saddle, Heath's Safety, XV, 14.
Sainsbury, W. (obituary), XXXIV, 18
Saint Cenydd, carving at Llangenydd, XXII, 1.
Saint Cenydd, Patron Saint of Gower, XIV, 74.
Saint George, XXXII, 14
Saint Helen's (house) XL, 19
Saint James' Church, XXX, 49.
Saint John, Knights of XLVII, 56
Saint John's Church (photo) XLI, 12
Saint Patrick's Birthplace. XIV, 22.
Salt Houses XLVII, 6, plans 6, 7, 9, 10, 12, 13, 14
Salt Marshes (poem), XXVI, 52.
Salthouse, XXXI, 2 (photo), 11, 13
Salubrious Passage (Illustration), III, 38.
Sand dredging 52 p.3
Sand Dredging XLVII, 5
Sand Dunes, Spiders of XVI, 6.
Sand Dunes, formation and erosion, XXV, 48.
Scenery in the City of Swansea, Geology and, XXIV, 61.
Schools, early, XXII, 27; XXIII, 30; XXIV, 68; XXV, 42.
Schools in Gower XLIX, 53
Schools Visits to Gower XVI, 32.
Scott's Pit (photo), XXVII, 47.
Scurlage, Temperature Inversions and Frost Risks at, XXIII, 46.
Sea Anemones, XXXII, 87
Sea, At the Edge of, IX, 12, (Seaweeds) ; X, 22 (Animals) ' XI, 39 (Shell-Fish).
Sea Empress, pollution XLVII, 4
Sea life XXXVIII, 16
Sea Scorpion XXXVIII, 17
Sea Spiders on Gower Shores, XX, 19.
Sea, Swimming Under the. XVI, 50,
Seaweed, photo L,l
Seaweeds of Gower, XXII, 64.
Sedgers Bank, Porteynon, XIX, 48.
Settlements, Lost, in Gower, XXI, 8.
Shape of Gower, XXI, 65.
Sharp Plan, The XVI, 79: XVII. 11.
Sheep (poem), XXIX, 45.
Sheep (poem), XXIV, 83.
Sheep, Corn Treading by, III, 46.
Sheep stealing, XXII, 59.
Sheep washing at Middleton 51 p. 10
Shelduck (photo) XXXVI, 14; XXXVII, 80
Shells (photo), XXXIII, 63
Ship ("Caesar"), XXVI, 19.
Ship Plates, Swansea XX. 4.
Shipping in the Sixteenth Century - A Merchant's Long Memory IX 8.
Shipping of South Burry, IX, 43 ; X, 34.
Ships biscuits, Cartersford 60 p.63ff
Shipwreck, 'City of Bristol' XLIX, 72
Shipwreck, XXVI, 86.
Shipwrecks on the Gower Coast, 1882-1883. Extracts from an old Diary, XII, 59.
Shipwrecks, XVI, 5.
Shrubs of Gower, The Trees and, VII, 12; VIII 29; VIII, 37 ; Errata, VIIII, 50
Singer of Gower, The, II, 13.
Singleton Estate XLV, 15
Sketches in Gower (book review) XXVII, 78
Sketty, XXXIV, 30
Sketty Green (photo) XLV, 17
Sketty Green Cottage, XVII, 17.
Sketty Hall XXXVI, 6; XL, 16
Sketty Hall XLV, 15
Sketty House XLV, 15
Sketty Park House (photo) XXXVII, 59
Skurlage, Robert de, XXXI, 13
Skylark, photo XLVII, 1
Slate Memorials XLVII, 74, photo 74
Slater, Charles William XXXVII, 36
Slide-carr XLV, 19
Sluxton, XXXI, 5
Smith, J. Warwick (painting) XXXVIII, 8
Smith, Rowland 51 p. 12
Smuggling at Oxwich, XXII, 26.
Smuggling—Brandy for the Parson, XXIV, 44.
Snipe (photo), XXXIV, I
Snow in the Swansea Area. XIX. 57.
Sockett, Henry XLIX, 64
Soils of Gower, XVIII. 66.
Some Memories of Childhood, XV, 43.
South Gower coastal walk 60 p.53ff (photos p.53,55,57,59,60,61)
South Wales Cottage Exhibition L, 8
Southend Helps Itself, VI, 11.
Southey, Mr. II, 42
Southey XVII, 6.
Southgate (name derivation), XXII, 80.
Sparrowhawk XLIV, 72
Spider, XXIX, 36.
Spiders of the Gower Sand Dunes, XVI, 6.
Spiders, Sea, on Gower Shores, XX. 19,
Sportsman (photo) XLV, 18
Spring-heeled Jack 52 p.75
Spry pedigree of Lucas family, XXXI, 11
St Mary's Church, Swansea, weathercock 53 p.30: Early illustrations of Church 53p.31,32, 35
St Teilo's Church, Bishopston 52 p.6
St. Cenydd XVI, 46.
St. Fagans, From Kennexton to XVI. 30.
Stackpole Mill XLII, 15
Standing Stones-See Archaeology.
Starfish XXXVIII, 17
Statue and Cannon, XXIII, 68.
Stavel Haegar XLII, 13
Steam Age in Gower, XIX. 20,
Steam Mill, Swansea XLVII, 73
Stedworlango. XVIII, 23.
Steel Industry, XX. 75.
Stembridge Mill XLII, 15
Stembridge Mill 52 p.25
Stembridge, proposed chalets, XXIV, 3.
Sterry, Alfred XXXVI, 22
Stone Circle, Stouthall XLVII, 63, plan 64
Stonemill mill, at Parkmill, photo 55 p.43
Stonemill XLII, 10, 17
Stones, Alien, on Porieynon Beach, III, 8.
Stouthall 57 p21
Stouthall (Knelston) Garage XLIX, 44
Stouthall and the Lucas family, XXIII, 51.
Stouthall Sixty Years ago. XIII, 11.
Stouthall Stone, XXVII, 33.
Stouthall Stone Circle XLVII, 63, plan 64
Stouthall, XXXI, 14; XXXII, 11
Stowne Mill, XXXI, 14
Strand (photo) XLI, 15
Strip Fields XLVII, 65
Structure of Gower, XXII, 33.
Suburbanisation 57 p.4
Summer of '76, XXVII, 63.
Summerland Lane, proposed development,XXIV, 3.
Sun Fish off Gower, XIII, 70.
Sunday School Outing to Ynistawe, XXVII, 19.
Sunday Schools XLIX, 54
Sunday Schools in Gower, XXIII, 30.
Surveyors L, 60
Swallows at Arfryn (poem), XXXV, 32
Swan bus 58 p11
Swansea, Thomas Johnes of Hafod at, in 1793 58 p71ff
Swansea : Aberdyberthi Mill, XXIII, 36.
Swansea and Gower Farmhouses, 1776 58 p37ff (photo p37, drawings p41)
Swansea: Art Society XLV, 25
Swansea: Assembly Rooms XLI, 58; XLIII, 48
Swansea Barrow Boys and Girls, XVIII, 51.
Swansea : Battalion, Formation of, 1914-1915, XXV, 28.
Swansea Bay Regattas, 1896 to1929 58 p23ff (illustrations p.25,27,32,33)
Swansea: Bay (photo) XLV, 29
Swansea Bay (poem),XXX, 26.
Swansea Bay, Development of XXVII, 58.
Swansea : Bay, marine studies, XXI, 35.
Swansea: Bay sketch plan XXXIX, 8
Swansea Bay, The Drowned Lands of XVI, 69.
Swansea Bay, The Evolution of, XV, 35.
Swansea: Belgian Refugees Committee, XXVI, 80.
Swansea : Blackpill, Red Lion, XXIII, 36.
Swansea : Blackpill, Gulls at, XXIV, 7.
Swansea Borough boundary plan, 1854, 52 p.69-73
Swansea Borough, Eighth Centenary of, XI, 2.
Swansea : British Association meeting, 1848, XXII, 14.
Swansea: Building Bye-Laws,XXIX, 46.
Swansea: Canal XLVII, 70,
Swansea Canal, The, V, 19.
Swansea Castle, Brief History, X, 10. Notes on, X, 3.
Swansea: Castle Defences, XXVII, 14.
Swansea Castle, early nineteenth century watercolour, illus. 52 p.47
Swansea: Ceramic industry XXXVII, 19
Swansea: Ceramic industry XXXVII, 19
Swansea: Chartists, " Rebecca," and the, Swansea Police, XII, 22.
Swansea China - The Cambrian Pottery, V, 44.
Swansea : China, XXIII, 34.
Swansea China - Book Review, " Swansea Porcelain" XI, 46.
Swansea Copper Industry: Dr. John Lane, XX, 8.
Swansea : Copper Industry, XXII, 23.
Swansea: Corn Grist Mill XLVII, 67,
Swansea Cross Keys Inn, XX, 25.
Swansea, Danygraig Cemetery, VIII, 31.
Swansea : Disturbances, 1831, XXIII, 22.
Swansea Docks, Marine Biology In, XIII, 47.
Swansea Engravings by Thomas Baxter, XIX, 50.
Swansea : Fabian's House, XXIV, 30.
Swansea : Farm, 1703, XXIV, 30.
Swansea Floods and Droughts in XVIII, 58.
Swansea : Foreshore development, XXII, 3; XXIV, 3.
Swansea, From Anglesea to, VII, 30.
Swansea: Geological Survey XXXVI, 5
Swansea : Geology and Scenery in the City, XXIV, 61.
Swansea: Glacial Drainage Channels of, XXX, 63.
Swansea : Glanybad Farm in 1703, XXIV, 30.
Swansea: Harbour Plan XXXIX 13
Swansea: Harbour Trustees XXXVII, 51
Swansea Health Progress, VI, 26.
Swansea: High Street XLIV, 53
Swansea: Houses, XXVI, 53, XXIX, 46.
Swansea Inventory A-John Moris, X, 58.
Swansea: King's Lane Excavations (photo), XXVI, 13.
Swansea : Life at Penrice Castle, circa 1800, XXV, 3.
Swansea : Lower Swansea Valley Project, XXIV, 4.
Swansea: maps 34,37,40,
Swansea Market (Illlustrations), VII, 23; X, 79. XII
Swansea, Medical Officer of Health, The First, XII, 42.
Swansea: Mills XLVII, 67: L, 20
Swansea, Mr. Padley of, XI, 34.
Swansea: Museum XLII, 78; XLIII, 77; XLIV, 50
Swansea : Museum—mummy of Tem Hor, XXIII, 41.
Swansea Music Hall, The, VII, 44.
Swansea: name of XXXIX, 6
Swansea: New Cut XLI, 40
Swansea: Nineteenth Century Visit, XXVIII, 71.
Swansea: North Dock Basin XLIV, 53
Swansea, Old Sea Dogs of, XV, 39.
Swansea Parks and Open Spaces, The Establishment of, XV, 61.
Swansea Pits and Pit Boys in the Area XVII, 44.
Swansea: Plan XLII, 30
Swansea Postal History, XX, 61.
Swansea: Potters in the Eighteenth Century, XXVIII, 16.
Swansea: Pottery XLVII, 70,
Swansea: Print of 1792, XXVIII, 19.
Swansea: Prison XLIX, 69,
Swansea Races, Over 100 Years Ago XVI. 56.
Swansea: Railway Accident, XXVI, 68.
Swansea: river XXXIX, 11
Swansea : Saint Mary's Church in 1790, XXV, 67.
Swansea: Salt Houses XLVII, 13
Swansea: School (artists) XLV, 23
Swansea Ship Plates, XX, 4.
Swansea: sketches 1783, XL, 15
Swansea: Slaughterhouse XLI, 65
Swansea Snowfall in XIX, 57.
Swansea: Strand XLVII, 33,
Swansea : Street nameplates, erection of, XXII, 19.
Swansea: Street Names XLVII, 33
Swansea Tawe Ford and Ferry, XVI, 56.
Swansea The Journey to Work in 1951, XVI, 22.
Swansea: The Mount XLII, 24
Swansea: The Parade XLII, 32
Swansea The Changing Profile, XVI, 20.
Swansea: Theatre Tontine XLV, 38
Swansea: Theatre XLV, 38; photo XLV, 44
Swansea: Townhall XLI, 60, 67
Swansea, Tradesmen's Tokens of the Seventeenth Century. XIV, 62.
Swansea Valley, A Geological Excursion, XX. 57.
Swansea Valley, Dr. John Lane and the, Foundation of the Non-Ferrous Metal Swansea Valley, Industries in, IV, IS.
Swansea Valley Project, the Lower, XIV, 67.
Swansea Valley, See also, 5, 26.
Swansea : Victoria Park—statue and cannon, XXIII, 68.
Swansea, Victorian, XIII, 41.
Swansea: View 1790'sXLI, 6
Swansea: Views of XLV, 13
Swansea: Water Supply, XXIX, 54.
Swansea Weather, 1840-1846, XII, 34.
Swansea: Weaver's Flour Mill XXXVI, 65
Swansea, Wigstead's. 1797, XIV, 23.
Swansea : Writers' Circle, 'Alive-Alive-O!', XXV, 84.
Swansea : Yeomanry Cavalry, Swansea and Fairwood Corps of, XXIII, 20.
Swanseas, The, VI, 13 ; VII, 46.
Swimming Underwater XVI 50
Swine Houses (photos, 1974) Rhossil Down 59 p22,23

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Tabernacle Chapel, Morriston L, 13
Tait, Roderick U., obituary, XXIV, 82.
Talbot, Emily (1840-1918) 60 p.39ff
Talbot, Emily (1840-1918) 59 p.33 (photo)
Talbot Estates, XXXI, 6
Talbot Henry Fox, of Penllergaer, XVI 59.
Talbot, Olive 53 p.65
Talbot, Thomas Manse], XXVI, 71.
Taliesin in Gower, III 24.
Talk of the Devil. XIX, 82.
Tanner, Isaac, Gower memories 56 p.72ff
Tanner, Phil (recording) XVII, 83: XX 34.
Tanner, Phil 52 p. 19
Tanner, Phil, I, 16 ; II. 13 ; III, 3 VI, 21 ; (Illustration) 1X, 56 ; XV, 41.
Tanner, Phil, XXXI, 4
Tanner, William Isaac 52 p. 18; 53p.70; 54p.69
Tardigrades in Gower, XXI, 63.
Tawe Estuary XXXIX, 6
Taylor, Rowland and family, Delvid 60 p.70ff
Taylor, Rowland XLJV, 66
Taylor's Gower Buses, XXV, 56.
Taylors XLII, 75
Ten Years of Open Air, X, 21.
Tennant Canal (photo), XXXIII, 18
Tennant, Mrs. Winifred Coombe XVII, 23.
The Find XVII, 53.
The Groose, Whiteford 59 p.79 (photo)
The Rag and Bone Man Blew a Long Blast, XVI, 14
Theatre poster XLV, 40
There is nothing to see in Gower, II, 42.
Thistleboon House Orphanage 57 p.70ff (photo p73 &75)
Thistleboon House 53 p. 19
Thistleboon House School XLVI, 24, drawing of view from, 26
Thistleboon House XLVI, 24
Thistleboon, proposed housing development, XXIV, 3.
Thomas, Edward (poet) 60 p.24ff
Thomas, Betty Teilo, obituary, XXIV, 82.
Thomas, Dylan and Caitlin, photo, XLVIII, 18
Thomas, Dylan, friend of early years, XXI, 50.
Thomas, Dylan XVIII 47.
Thomas, Dylan. VI, 2.
Thomas, Edward, Surveyor L, 60
Thomas George XLJV, 58
Thomas, J. Mansel (obituary), XXX, 80.
Thomas, John father XLIV, 69
Thomas, John: grandfather XLJV, 67
Thomas, John grandson XLJV, 67
Thomas, Lewis 51 p.42; 52 p.46
Thomas, Mr. W. Teilo, an appreciation, XXII, 5
Thomas, Peter, Obituary 57 p79
Thomas, Philip XLIV, 66, 69
Thomas, Sir Rhys ap XLIII, 31
Thomas y Lan. XV, 61.
Three boys at Three Cliffs (photo) XLV, 1
Three Cliffs Bay : A Geological Excursion to. XII, 50.
Three Cliffs Bay XLVII, 30; photosXLVIII, 2, 79; XXXIV, 2, 56; (photo) XLV, 30
Three Crosses (poem), XXII, 52.
Three Crosses, The Reverend John Evans Acadamy at, VIII, 54.
Three Quiet Churches, XVIII, 20.
Three Rs, XV, 60.
Timber-framed houses L, 8
Timothy, John: Home of (photo), XXIX, 19.
Timothy, John: Diary of, XXIX, 11
Tinplate Manufacture, XX, 72.
Tir Deunaw, XVIII 78.
Tir Gofal 57 p.3
Tirdonkin Colliery, XXXII, 59
Tollgate, XXXII, 38
Topography XLI, 6
Tor Bay Kiln (photo) XXXIX, 64, 70
Tower Churches: XLVI, 15, map 15, drawing 18, photos. 20, 22
Townsend, XVIII, 79.
Townsend, XXXI, 14
Tracks, Roads and, XXI, 6.
Traction Engines, XXXII, 23
Traction Engines (book review), XXVI, 85.
Tradesmen's Tokens of Swansea, 17th Century, XIV, 62.
Trafalgar Lady, Vill, 28, IX, 11.
Trafalgar, Swansea hero of, XXXII, 57
Trafle, XVIII, 79.
Tramp, A, V, 49.
Tramroad, Oystermouth, XXIII, 36.
Tramroad, Penclawdd Canal and Railway or, IV, 43.
Travelling to Swansea in 1848, XXII, 15.
Treboeth journal, 1819 -33 56 p.52ff (map p.53)
Treboeth-Siop Shini Fach, X, 63.
Tredegar farmhouse (photo) XLII, 51
Tree (photo) XXXIX, 47
Tree--Metasequoia Glyptostroboides, The Fossil Tree, XI, 42.
Tree Preservation Orders, XI, 21.
Trees Again for Gower. V, 46.
Trees and Shrubs of Gower, The, VII, 12 ; VIII, 29 ; VIII, 37 ; Errata, Part I, VIII, 50.
Trees, XXIX, 27.
Trefecca XLVI, 41
Trevor Tregaskis Hughes, XXI, 50.
Trewyddfa 55 p.33
Trig. Points XLVIII, 52, photo 53, section 55
Trippers, The, VI, 33.
Tucker, Horatio, III, 25 ; vin, 5.
Tucker William, of Horton, IX, 30.
Tucker's of Horton XLII, 42
Tucking Mill XLII, 9
Turberville William de XLVII, 56
Turnstone, photo. XLVII, 80
Tutt (photo), XXXI, 63
Twarcheyric XVIII 79.
Two Peninsulas, The, X, 38.
Two Thousand Year Old Enclosure in East Gower, VIII, 36.
Ty'r Coed, Cash Book 1841-58 XX, 52.
Ty'r Coed, Another chapter in the story of the John family, XXI, 54.
Tyler, G. Froom (obit.), XXXV, 75

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Underhill Cottage, (photo) Oxwich 58 p37
Underwater Swimming XVI, 50.
Unwillingly to School, XXVII, 53.
Up Penmaen XVII 28.
Uplands Crescent XXXVI, 33
Uplands House XXXVI, 35
Upper Bank Copper Works, e. 1800, VII, 32 ; See also, VII, 30.

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Vale of Neath-A Geological Excursion XIX, 30.
Vanguard bus 58 p11
Vegetation of Dune Slacks, XXXIV, 24
Venables, Agnes 51 p. 14
Vernon Watkins XVIII 5.
Vessels off Oystermouth (llus), XXVIII, 11.
VI 22.
Victorian Gower, XXVI, 3.
Victorian Melodrama, XXIX, 31.
Victorian Swansea, X111, 41.
Views of Higher Mill, Llanrhidian XLV, 34-6
Viney, The Rev. Basil. XI, 53.
Visitor to Swansea and Gower, XXXIV, 6
Visitors to Gower in a Bumper Year XIX, 82.
Visitors to Swansea in the 19th Century, 111, 9.
Visitors to Gower in the 18th Century, 11, 24.
Vivian Collieries in 1868, XXIV, 80.
Vivian, John Henry, statue of, XXIII, 68.
Vivian, Richard Glynn XLV, 27
Vivians, XXXII, 24
Vulliamy, C. E., XIII, 59.

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Walk in South Gower, XXII, 77.
Walker-Heneage-Vivian, Admiral Algernon 54 p.46
Walking Parties and Working Parties, X, 15.
Walks in Gower Cefn Bryn. VIII, 16.
Walks in Gower Footpath Walk in North Gower, VIII, 14.
Walks in Gower Gellionnen and Llangiwg, XI, 43.
Walks in Gower: Hardings Down XIX, 64.
Walks in Gower Henllys Walk, XII, 32.
Walks in Gower Llanmadog to Rhosili, VII, 36.
Walks in Gower: Lodge Cwm XVI 40.
Walks in Gower Mynydd Drumau. VI, 34.
Walks in Gower North Gower Ridge Walk, X, 40.
Walks in Gower Overton Walk, IV, 24.
Walks in Gower Overton to Mewslade, VI, 40.
Walks in Gower Paviland Cave, XIII 26.
Walks in Gower Penmaen to Penrice Towers, IX, 28.
Walks in Gower Ten Walks in Gower (Book Review), IX, 14.
Walks in Gower Three Downs Walk, V, 56.
Walks in Gower: Wimblewood XVII, 42.
Waller, Frederick W., architect 60 p.39ff
Walters, Evan John XVII, 23.
Walters, James. XXX, 46.
Walters Road, XXX, 45.
Walterston Chapel XLVII, 57
Walterston Cottage XLVII, 55
Walterston Grange XLVII, 59
Walterston XLVII, 55, maps 55, 58, 60
Walterston, XXXV, 57
Wanderings in Gower (book, 1862), XXIV, 54.
Ward, George 51 p.45
Wartime Agriculture 60 p.7ff
Washing House Brook (photo, 2006), West Cross 58 p55
Washing Lake, West Cross 51 p.26
Wassail Song, The Gower, I, 19.
Watching Birdwatchers (poem), XXX, 70.
Water Bears in Gower, XXI, 63.
Water Supply at Rhossili 51 p. 6
Water Supply in Swansea, XXIX, 54.
Water Supply and Drainage Blackpill 51 p.76; Gower 51 p. 75
Watermills, Y Felin Glap 56 p.47ff
Watermills, Penllergare Mill 58 p19ff (plans p.21,22)
Watermills, Gower and Swansea XLVII, 67; L, 20
Watermills XLII, 6
Watkins Vernon 58 p7ff (photo p7)
Watkins, Vernon (Illustration), V, 1.
Watkins, Vernon XVIII, 5.
We had Evidence and No Doubt XVI, 47.
Weather-A Record Summer ? XII, 53.
Weather : A once in a century rainfall over Gower, XXII, 81.
Weather-Climatic Cycles and Fluctuations ; Summer 1960, XIII, 67.
Weather of Gower, The, V 5.
Weather, Swansea, 1840-1846, XII, 34.
Weather Temperature Inversions and Frost Risks at Scurlage, XXIII, 46.
Weather The Growth of the Gower Weather Station, XXIV, 4.
Weather, XXVII, 63.
Weather, XXXIV, 62; XXXV. 51. See also Hancorne Diarv
Weather XXXVI, 58
Weathercock, St Mary’s, Swansea 53 p. 30
Weaver's Flour Mill XXXVI, 65
Weaving and Woollen Manufacture 52 p.18, 53 p.70; 54 p.69
Weaving Mills, XXXI,10
Webb, J. Arthur, XIV, 27.
Wedding, Bidding, XXII, 55.
Wedding Customs of over a Hundred Years ago in North Gower, IX, 19.
Wedding, The Gower Bidding, 1, 21.
Wedding, XXXII, 11
Week-ends in Gower, 11, 16.
Welcome to Town, XXXI, 5,9
Wells, Trevor XLIX, 78
Welsh Costume (Book Review), XI, 56.
Welsh Family Picture, A, 1820, XIV, 60.
Weobley Castle Gate, photo XLIX, 4
Weobley Castle (Illustration), II, 43 ; III, 41.
Weobley XLIII, 35

Wernllath XVIII, 28: XVIII 79.
West Cross History 58 p43ff
West Cross XL, 29
West Cross, A Forgotten Round Cairn at, XX, 66.
West Gower Glaciation, XXXIII, 60
Western Mill XLII, 16
Westhorp, Sterling Browne, XXXII, 42
Westhorpe, Rev Stirling Browne 51 p.14
Wet Night, A, VI, 10.
When Gower clashed with Swansea, III, 20.
When the Rain is in the Wind, XIV, 73.
Where Ships Tie, 6, 33.
Whisling XVIII 79.
White Silk Umbrella The, I, 12.
Whiteford Lighthouse (second) 56 p.13, (photos p.15,17,19,21,23,26,27,28)
Whiteford, the Groose 59 p.79 (photo)
Whiteford: Lighthouse, XXXI, 84
Whiteford: Nature Reserve, XXXIV, 19
Whiteford Nature Reserve XVII, 63.
Whiteford Point (illus.), XXII, 84.
Whiteford Point Lighthouse, XXIII, 44.
Whiteford XXXIX, 46; photo 47; XL, 49
Whitemoor, Llangennith XLII, 18
Whitemoor Woollen Mill 53 p.71
Whitemoor, XXXI, 5
Whitford Burrows-Brooch Find, XV, 22.
Whitford Lighthouse 54 p. 16
Whitford Point XLIV, 6
Whitlow Grass, Yellow Alpine. III, 44.
Wigstead's Swansea-1797, XIV 23.
Wildflowers, some Gower, XXIV, 37.
Wilkinson,: Lady XLVI, 6
Wilkinson,: Papers XLVI, 13
Wilkinson,: Portraits XLVI, 7,
Wilkinson, Sir J. Gardner Gower archaeology 1855-1870 59 p13ff (diagrams etc., p.17,19,21,24,25,27)
Wilkinson, Sir Gardner, XXIV, 26.
Wilkinson,: Sir Gardiner XLVI, 6,
William Tucker of Horton, IX, 30
Williams, Daniel, clockmaker 60 p.21
Williams, David, clockmaker 60 p.20
Williams, Harold Stepney XLI, 46
Williams, Henry, clockmaker 60 p.19
Williams, Howell Walters 55 p.52
Williams, John, surveyor L, 60
Williams of Killay XXXIX, 30; XL, 65
Williams, Professor Sir Glanmor, Obituary 56 p.71
Williams. Miss Nanny, VIII, 28 ; IX, 11.
Wimblewood Walk XVII, 42.
Wind Power 55 p.4
Windmills of Kilvey XVII 8.
Winter Trees, XXIX, 27.
Winter Visitors to Gower, Some, Vlll, 34.
Witch Bottles in Gower. VIII, 27.
Wood Family, XXXI, 11
Woodlands Castle XLV, 8
Worcester Place (photo) XLI, 13
Work in Gower, Migration and XVIII, 31.
Work, The Journey to in 1951 XVI, 22.
Workhouse, Gower 51 p71
Working Class Houses, XXVI, 53.
World's End, VI, 6.
Worm (photo) XLI, 2
Worm's Head, Outing to, 1854, XIV, 12.
Worm's Head XLV, 21
Worm's Head Cottage XLIV, 60
Worms Head, painting XLVI, 57
Worms Head Blowhole (illus.), XXIII, 1.
Wrecking, XI, 22.
Wrecks XXXVIII, 31; XXXIX, 45

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Y Felin Glap - watermill 56 p.47ff (& photos, 47 & 51; plans 49 & 50)
Y.M.C.A., Swansea XLV, 53
Year with Nature in an East Gower Parish, VIII 12.
Yellow Fever in Swansea, XII, 42.
Yesterday's Gower, XXXIII, 5
Yesterday and the day before, XXII, 54.
Yew Trees XLIII, 14
Ynystawe, XXVII, 19.
Ystradgynlais XLIII, 20

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Zoology: Fish on and around the shores of Gower, XXIII, 62.
Zoology Pseudoscorpions, XXII, 20.
Zoology Water Bears in Gower, XXI, 63.

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