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1864? School and teachers house, Llandyssil. Mont; accnt of church FS Br 10.10.63 says school intended; ICBS has engr of church with school;

1864 Eryrys ch, Denbs; JMR; 1863 BoW;)

1865 Bodfari ch, Flints; BoW; JMR; GR; )

1866 parsonage, Christ Church, Prestatyn, Flints; BoW;

?1866-70 Evenjobb ch, Rad; BoW; same as Evancoyd ch, see below, Br 1.10.70;

1867-8 rest Raglan ch, Mon; ICBS, pews, pulpit, N aisle, E ws, vestry; Also lychgate; Gwent RO D/Pa 36.18; BoW: pulpit, font, E w by Lavers & Barraud;)

c1868-9 Rhydymwyn school & vicarage, Flints; BoW; parsonage Br obit nd;)

1869 Goetre National School, Mon; BoW230; alts 1872 MM 14.6.72 by THW)

18?? Adds Nantyderry House, Goetre, Mon; BoW)

1870 Evancoyd ch, Evenjobb, Rad; Br 1.10.70; BoW 1866-70; GR ‘last word in insensitive conventionality’; for B Mynors of Evancoyd; Evanjobb ch 1869 MS;)

c1870 The New Seat, Evancoyd, Evenjobb, Rad; for B Mynors; JMR from Br nd; BoW says c1835; LHW: blt for son of Baskerville-Mynors family of Evancoyd House killed pre completion poss Arthur Baskerville-Mynors killed Zulu War 1879; dem; ill LHW;

1870-2 Adds The Hendre, Mon, for JA Rolls MP; drawings mostly by Henry Pope, THW clerk, JMR 204; BoW)

1871 ?rest Corwen ch, Mer; CG90; JMR Br obit nd; ?error for Glyndyfrdwy ch; rest by Benjamin Ferrey 1870-1, ICBS)

1871-2 Brymbo ch & Parsonage, Denbs; JMR; parsonage c1871-3 BoW;

1872 alts Goetre National School, Mon; MM 14.6.72; JMR; school 1869 BoW230)

1872-5 Nantlys, Tremeirchion, Flints; BoW; for P.P. Pennant; JMR; Br obit; )

1874 rest chancel, Llanfihangel ystern Llewern ch, Mon; BoW; ICBS 7960; ? Llanvihangel of Br obit)

1874-5 Treuddyn ch, Flints; BoW; JMR 1875; )

1875-7 Assize Courts, Usk, Mon; BoW; Gwent RO: Sessions Record Book Q/RB9; Q Misc M.6; Br 22.1.76; JMR;)

1875 rest Llangattock ch, Mon, for JA Rolls; added N aisle, organ chmbr, porch to family chapel; MM 30.4.75; E w Lavers & Barraud, reredos by T. Earp; JMR Br obit; .

1877 Llangattock Manor, Mon, for JA Rolls; RA 1877; 1877-8 BoW;

1877 County Club, Agincourt Sq, Monmouth, Mon; BoW; Kissack;

1877? Gravestone of Sir MD Wyatt +1877, Usk ch, Mon; BoW;


Brecon School, obit: ?National School for Girls Postern 1849-50 or for Boys Pendre 1867-8;

Gravely School, Brec, obit;

Monmouth Gaol obit;

Newport MH, Mon obit;

Pontruffydd, Bodfari, Flints, for Capt Mesham, obit, dem, entrance lodge 1858, BoW 328;

Star Cross, unid Ital house, ?not in Wales, Mrs J Don drawings;

adds Swansea Gaol obit;

adds Nantyderry, Goetre, Mon;

Attr Pantasaph Friary, Flints, des 1852, blt 1858-65, for Lord Fielding; BoW 414;

WYATVILLE, Sir JEFFRY l766-l840, son of Joseph Wyatt & nephew of Samuel & James; Colvin; Biog by Derek Linstrum 1972; Worked for Lord Cawdor in SW Wales, Henry Ashton was assistant. Son George J Wyatt 1804-33 was architect briefly. Works in Colvin from 1799;

c1790 ?Gresford Lodge, Gresford, Denbs; TD 1844 363; but Colvin quotes 1795 guide by J. Aikin that by James Wyatt;

1806 Nantybelan Tower, Wynnstay, Denbs, mem to men of Ancient British Fencibles who fell in Ireland 1798; mostly collapsed, BoW 316; JMR 274; signed drawing in BM; c1810, Colvin; TD; CL 6.4.1972;)

1820 unex rest Raglan Castle, Mon; JMR 273, for 6th Duke of Beaufort; not Colvin)

l82lff ?adds Stackpole Court, Pmbs, for 1st Earl Cawdor w H Ashton; ‘after 1821’ Colvin 1978 but not 1995 ed, only 1839 work; JMR 273 c1832 inc bridge, ref Neale, 5, 1822, & TD 1849; bridge l832, stables 1844 (by Ashton); BoW gives only 1839;

l826-37 Golden Grove, Cms, for lst Earl Cawdor; RA l829; CRO Cawdor 2/85-8; 2/130; Linstrum 236: house 1826-31, offices 1832, stables 1834; JMR272; BoW; similar design to Lilleshall, Salop; Henry Ashton supervised; Colvin;.

c1832 ?Bridge, Stackpole Court, Pmbs; JMR 273 says house remodelled and a bridge built for 1st Earl Cawdor c1832; TD1849 not 1833ed; Neale, Seats, 5, 1822; Colvin says Bridge 1832 quoting Linstrum 248; ?not Eight-arch Bridge of 1796-7, ?the One-arch Bridge, called ‘earlier C19 remodelling of an earlier bridge’ BoW 463.

1839-40 alts Stackpole Court, Pmbs, for 1st Earl Cawdor; BoW 462; TD 1849 2 373; Colvin; ‘extremely plain alterations’ BoW; exec H Ashton, who altered stables 1844 (Colvin) and des Brewhouse and dairymaids’ quarters (BoW) and prob the Garden Cottage; attrib Summerhouse in Lodge Park Wood to JW;

c1840 April Cottage, Golden Grove, Cms; BoW; but possibly by Ashton; Tudor almshouse design sim to mid-C19 Widows’ cottages, stackpole, Pembs, called mid-C19 BoW 459 and not attrib.

WYNDHAM, CAROLINE. Wife of Thomas Wyndham of Dunraven Castle Glam.

1802-6 des Dunraven Castle, St Brides Major, Glam, blt by Charles Wallis of Swansea qv; LHW rev edn; Seat of Earls of Dunraven, alts 1858 Egbert Moxham and 1886-8 George Devey, exec James Williams; dem;

WYNN, THOMAS, 1st Lord Newborough. 1736-1807. Amateur architect; Colvin: villa in Kent Kingsgate 1762 for Lord Holland, and for Holland’s son Chas James Fox des Temple of Friendship c1805 at St Anns Hill, Chertsey. Probably des Fort Williamsburg, Llandwrog, Caerns, 1761, on his Glynllifon estate, to train his militia against French and Fort Belan, Llandwrog, Caerns, c1775, at S entrance to Menai Strait against Americans.
WYNNE, J. Manchester

1871 Competitor Aberystwyth Board Sch, Cd, CN 16.2.72

WYNNE-ROBERTS, R. O. Civil engineer, surveyor Llandudno UDC, Carnarvon Corporation and Oswestry Corporation, water engineer Cape Town Council; in Toronto 1920 WW in W 1920.
WYNNE-THOMAS, DAN see Dan Wynne Thomas.
YATES, JAMES. Mason. Bromyard

1790-3 mason W front, St Davids Cathedral, Pmbs, for John Nash; Suggett 108;

YENN, JOHN London 1750-1821; Colvin; pupil of W Chambers; in Office of Works, retired 1819. 1811-14 rebuilt King Charles block at Greenwich Hospital w HH Seward;

c1790 Llanfyllin TH, Mont; Colvin; dem 1960; RA 1791 as to be built, but BoW says blt 1789;

YOCKNEY, S. W. Engineer, Westminster. ?same as S. H. Yockney who designed viaduct at Tintern, Mon, c1865, to carry branch from Wye Valley Rlwy over Wye to Tintern Wireworks; steel-truss spans; BoW; firm did tunnels for Brunel, BSW 2 150 n 50;

1884-5 tunnel under R Neath, Briton Ferry, Glam, for Rhondda & Swansea Bay Rlwy, 1490 yds, abandoned for swing bridge, see below;

1892-4 Neath River Swing Bridge, Briton Ferry, Glam, for Rhondda & Swansea Bay Rlwy; girders by E. Finch & Co Chepstow; res eng F E Goldwyre; contr George Palmer, Neath; BoW 463;

1903-11 Lampeter to Aberaeron railway, Cd. Employed to plan two routes, Llandeilo to Lampeter and Lampeter to Aberaeron. 1903-6 abortive first Lampeter to Aberaeron scheme, w Jackson & Co, London, contrs. Blt 1908-11, Edward Nuttall & Co contrs. Stations Aberayron, Ystrad (Felinfach), halts at Silian, Talsarn and Ciliau. MRC Price, The Lampeter, Aberayron & New Quay light Rlwy, 1995.

YORKE, ROSENBERG & MARDALL. See also Cyril Sjostrom

1949 Housing, Brynmawr, Mon, for rubber factory workers; BoW

YOUNG, CHARLES. Builder, Pembroke Dock. 1 Gwyther St.

c1900 Unex plans for Bush House, Pembroke, Pmbs; McGarvie, The Meyricks of Bush; house des by George Morgan & Son)

1901-4 Bldr Coronation School, Meyrick St, Pembroke Dock, Pmbs, by George Morgan & Son; Charles Young contr, opened HMT 11.5.04.

1903-5 Bldr Masonic Hall, Pembroke Dock, Pmbs; by George Morgan & Son qv;

Attrib: LHW attribs an Adam-style drawing room at Rhosygilwen, Cilgerran, Pmbs to CY of Pembroke.

1882 Unex plan iron bridge to replace Chain Bridge, Llandovery, Cms; CJ 13.1.82;

YOUNG, JOHN Carpenter St Davids, 1835, 1844 dirs.

1829 Agreement Matthew Lamb mason & JY carpenter re work St Davids Cathedral, Pmbs; 25.6.29; SDCh/Misc/235;

YOXALL, WILLIAM Nantwich 1705-70. Des Chester Infirmary 1758-63; Colvin;

1762-3 refitted rooms, Chirk Castle, Denbs, for Richard Myddelton; NLW Myddelton F7375 & stewards commonplace bk 1762-3; Colvin;


( ) Buildings not in Dyfed (bracket system being deleted).

A The Architect

AA Academy Architecture

AAJ Architectural Association Journal

AC Archaeologia Cambrensis

AC Abergavenny Chronicle

ACL GE Evans, Aberystwyth & its Court Leet

AEBTD Architects Engineers & Building Trades Dir. 1868

AF Inf from Andy Foster, mainly from his cataloque of Birmingham inter-war church and chapel architects

AJ Architects Journal

AJ Anthony Jones MS notes

AJW A & J Welton, The Story of Montgomery, 2003

APSD Architectural Publ. Soc Dictionary

AQ Anthony Quiney, John Loughborough Pearson, 1979

AR Architectural Review

ARO Ceredigion Record Office, Aberystwyth

Arch The Architect

AV Adam Voelcker information

B Baptist

BA British Architect

BC Bible Christian

BDCE AW Skempton ed, Biog Dic Civil Engineers 1500-1930

BC Bible Christian

BC Borough Council

BD Building Design

BH Baptist Handbook

BJ Builders Journal

Bldr builder

Blt built

BoE Buildings of England

BoI Buildings of Ireland

BoS Buildings of Scotland

BoW Buildings of Wales

Br The Builder

BN Building News

BPR WJLewis, Born on a Perilous Rock - Aberystwyth Past & Present, 1980

BSW SK Jones Brunel in S Wales two vols

C: contract

C Congregational

Cadw Cadw historic buildings list

C&DH Caernarvon & Denbigh Herald

C&TV John Hilling, Cardiff & The Valleys,

Camb : The Cambrian

CAS Carmarthen Antiquarians Scrapbook (in CRO)

CAntiq: Carmarthenshire Antiquary

CB The Church Builder

CBR Catholic Building Review/ Catholic Building Record

CC County council

CCV Alan Vernon Jones, Chapels of the Cynon Valley, 2002

CGG Central Glamorgan Gazette

Cd: Cardiganshire/ Ceredigion (county)

CE Civil Engineer

Cered. Ceredigion (journal)

CJ : Carmarthen Journal

CM : Calvinsitic Methodist

CMG: Cardiff & Merthyr Guardian

Cms Carmarthenshire

CN: Cambrian News

CofH Countess of Huntingdon’s Connexion chapel

Comp competition

Comp competitor

Copp: S. Hughes, Copperopolis, 2000

CRA CR Anthony, Montgomeryshire Collections 1995.

CRO: Carmarthenshire Record Office, Carmarthen

Colvin: HM Colvin; Biog Dict of British Archts, 1998.

CS Christopher Stell Inventory of nonconformist chapels and meeting houses, HMSO;

CT Cardiff Times

CTA Cardigan and Tivyside Advertiser

CTA Civic Trust Award

CTA Companion to the Almanac

Cunningham C Cunningham Vic & Edw Town Halls

Curtains. Curtains!!! or a new life for old theatres, ed I. Mackintosh & M. Sell for The Curtains !!! Committee, 1982.

CYB: Congregational Year Book

DBA Directory of British Architects 1993 RIBA

DC District Council

DE MSS notes on RC churches by Denis Evinson

Dem Demolished

Des Design or designed

DHO D Huw Owen, Capeli Cymru, 2005

Dir Directory

DKG Dewisland & Kemes Gazette

DMH DW Miles ed, A History of Haverfordwest 1999

DMH 2007 DW Miles A short history of Haverfordwest, 2007

DRT DR Thomas, Hist of the diocese of St Asaph, 1870.

DWB Dictionary of Welsh Biography 1959

DWJ DW James, St Davids & Dewisland, 1981.

EB English Baptist

Elleray. DR Elleray, Victorian churches of Sussex 1981

Eng English

Eng Engineer

Entr Entrant, entry (competition)

EP English Presbyterian

EVA HR Hitchcock, Early Victorian Architecture in Britain 1954, plates reprint 1976

Evans GE Evans Cardiganshire, 1903

EWR Inf from Eryl Wyn Rowlands, Capel.

F&CE Fishguard & County Echo

FH F. Henderson, Railway engineers and architects of Wales 1991.

FM Presbyterian Forward Movement

FRIBA Fellow of Royal Inst of British Architects

FSA Fellow of Society of Arts/ Fellow Soc of Architecture

FSI Fellow of Surveyors Institution

G&VB WSK Thomas Georgian & Victorian Brecon 1993

G Breese G Breese The Brisges of Wales 2001

GILJ Geraint I L Jones, Anglesey Churches, 2006, or Capeli Mon, 2007;

GKJ GK Johnson, Cardigan Uncovered 1 A-H 2008;

GM Gentlemans Magazine

GMBG Glamorgan Monmouth & Brecon Gazette

Gomme. Gomme, Jenner & Little, Bristol an architectural history, 1979.

GR Goodhart-Rendel index of Vic churches, RIBA

GRO Gloucestershire Record Office

GTW WJ Lewis The Gateway to Wales 1990

Gunnis R Gunnis Dict of British Sculptors 1660-1851,

GWR Grea Western Railway

Harwood & Foster. Gazeteer of Places of Christian Worship 1914-90 in Soc of Arch Historians, 19??, pp 103-26

HEAC Rees & Thomas, Hanes Eglwysi Annibynol Cymru, 1870-5

HH Hidden Histories RCAHMW centenary volume 2008

Hiller. G. Hiller, Your obedient Servant, 2003

HJ Hereford Journal

HMDA J.Evans, Hanes Methodistiaeth De Sir Aberteifi, 1904

HMGM R. Owen, Hanes Methodistiaeth Gorllewin Merioneth

HMSG J. Morris, Hanes Methodistiaeth Sir Gaerfyrddin 1911

HRO Pembs Record Office, H'West

HMT: Haverfordwest & Milford Haven Telegraph

HS High Sheriff

HT Hereford Times

HVPA Inf from HV Phythian-Adams, 9 Willes Terr, Leamington CV 31 1DL;

I Independent

IBA Institute of British architects

ICBS: Incorp Church Building Soc records Lambeth Palace or

ICE Institution of Civil Engineers

Ill Illustration

Inv Involved

Jervoise The Ancient Bridges of Wales and the West of England

JC20Soc Journal of C20 Society list of best buildings of 1970s, 2013, 164ff;

JHSCIW Journal of the Historical Soc of the Church in Wales

JMCWB JM Crook, William Burges, 1981;

JMHRS Journal of Merioneth History and Record Soc

JMR JM Robinson, The Wyatts, 1978;

JP John Pritchard database on chapels NLW

JRW JR Webster, Old College Aberystwyth, 1995.

Kelly Kelly's Post Office Directories

Kissack K. Kissack, Victorian Monmouth, 1984.

Kissack 2003. K. Kissack, Monmouth & its buildings, 2003

LAL Gareth Hughes ed, Looking around Llanelli with Harry Davies, 1985

LCG Llanelly & County Gazette

LG Llanelli Gazette

LM Llanelly Mercury

LNWR London & North Western Railway

Lodwick J&V Lodwick, Story of Carmarthen, 1994

LTCR LTC Rolt biographies of Telford, Brunel and Stephensons.

Marble Halls. Catalogue of 1973 V&A exhibition

Mason. Mrs Mason Pembroke Dock 1906

MCol Montgomeryshire Collections

MD Michael Darby, John Pollard Seddon, 1983

MERT Mont Express & Rad Times

MF Inf Michael Freeman Ceredigion Museum Aberystwyth

MH Market Hall

MH Martin Harrison, 30 Watkin Terr, Northampton

nd No date

MHLC MHL Clarke notes on Caernarvonshire

MHP MH Port book on commissioner’s churches

MICE Member of Institute of Civil Engineers

MM Monmouthshire Merlin

Mon Monmouthshire

Mont Montgomeryshire

MS Michael Speak refs from Hereford Times & Hereford Journal

MSA Member Soc of Architects

NB Notebook

NLW National Library of Wales, Aberystwyth

NMR National Monuments Record, Aberystwyth

NMW Natonal Museum of Wales, Cardiff

NPFR JP Morris, N Pembs & Fishguard Rlwy 1969

NWC North Wales Chronicle

NWOE N Wales Observer & Express

OMJ Inf Olwen Jenkins, Tawelfa, Bellevue Pl, Aberaeron

Orrin G.R. Orrin, Church Builing and restoration in Victorian Glamorgan, 2004

P Presbyterian

P&P Plans & Prospects 1975 Arts Council exh catalogue.

PBP Pembrey & Burry Port, by John Nicholson 2 vols

PCG: Pembroke and County Gazette

Peters Mrs Peters, History of Pembroke Dock

PFP Pontypool Free Press

PH Pembrokeshire Herald

PH Public house

PH Peter Howell inf 127A Banbury rd Oxford

PHist: Pembs Historian

PJ Paul Joyce list of works by G.E. Street

PM Primitive Methodist

pr prize

PRIBA President Royal Inst of Brit Architects

PRO Public Record Office, London

Prop proposed

QM Quaker Meeting

PT: Pembrokeshire Telegraph

RA: Royal Academy

Rblt Rebuilt

RC Roman Catholic

RCAHMW Royal Commission, Aberystwyth

RDC Rural District Council

RE Royal Engineers

RH Inf Richard Haslam, Bramley grange, Tadley, RG26 5DJ

RHB Biddle & Nock, The Railway Heritage of Britain, 1983

RHH RH Harper, Victorian Architectural Competitions, 1983

RHoman R Homan, The Victorian churches of Kent

RIBAD RIBA Drawings Colln London now at V&A


RISW Royal Institution of South Wales, Swansea

RL Russell Lilford typescript list of architects in Somerset, 2009

RO Record Office

RS inf Robert Scourfield

RSAW Royal Society of Architects in Wales

Sch School

SD St Davids diocese archive NLW

Seaborne: Malcolm Seaborne, Schools in Wales

SH Information Stephen Hughes RCAHMW

SWDN South Wales Daily News

SWR South Wales Railway

T tender

TCAS Trans Carms Antig Soc

TCdAS Trans Cards Antiq Soc

TCHS Trans Caerns Historical Soc

TD Samuel Lewis, A topographical dictionary of Wales 1833, 1844, 1849 eds

TH Town Hall

TL Thomas Lloyd notes

TO Tenby Observer

TRS Transactions Radnorshire Society

TS Ivor Bulmer Thomas, Top Sawyer, 1938.

U Unitarian

UCW University College of Wales

UDC Urban District Council

Unex unexecuted

W The Welshman

WBR Wiltshire Buildings Record ‘Architects and Buildings Craftsmen with work in Wilts’

WCC Annual Report of Wesleyan Chapel Ctee 1855 ff

WCR MRC Price, Whitland & Cardigan Railway, 1975

WG The Welsh Gazette

WGRO West Glamorgan Record Office

WM Wesleyan Methodist

WM Western Mail

WT Western Telegraph

WWG West Wales Gazette

WWM Welsh Wesleyan Methodist

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