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Miner his family Rhondda Valley South Wales 1931 My mother
Miner & his family, Rhondda Valley, South Wales, 1931
Edith Tudor-Hart: Demonstration, South Wales, c.1935. Edith Tudor
View Stock Photo of Welsh Terraced Houses Of The Rhondda Valley.
Life in the Rhondda Valleys during the 1920's. One of a series of images taken by my grandfather, D J Davies.
These are Wales' lost towns, villages and neighbourhoods
The Rhondda valley miners - Google Search
High Resolution Photographs of the Coal Mines / Pits / Collieries in Treherbert in the Rhondda Valleys, Glamorgan, South Wales.
A bronze lifesize sculpture of a Welsh Coal Miner and his Family - located between Llwynypia and Tonypandy, in the Rhondda Valley, Wales.
Miners using a pneumatic drill Rhondda Valley South Wales 25 June 1931 'To clear a
The Welsh mining village of How Green Was My Valley
The Rhondda valley miners - Google Search Cymru, South Wales, Ghibli, Welsh,
Park & Dare Theatre. Wales Uk, South ...
The Rhondda Valley 1931 A photograph of the Rhondda Valley in Wales taken by James Jarche
In an excellent film on BBC 4 last night, Visions of the Valleys, Kim Howells looked at how artists have responded to the natural splendour and industrial ...
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The Entrepreneurial Society of the Rhondda Valleys, 1840-1920 Published in 2010, Griffiths
... created the tinder-dry, combustible atmosphere which so readily burst into flame in November 1904, causing many thousands in the mining communities ...
The Rhondda Valleys was once the most intensely mined area in the world, with 52 active pits – an ex-miner will tell you more on a trip down one at Rhondda ...
Our Lady of Penrhys, Rhondda - Gareth Davies was visiting his mother in Tredegar when
The Rhondda valley miners - Google Search
Accompanying the Facebook page, this community celebrates the spirit of the valleys in traditions,
Industrial growth (1850–1914)[edit]. Further information: List of collieries in the Rhondda Valleys
A statue outside the NUM offices in Barnsley, South Yorkshire. - Stock Image
The Lewis Merthyr Colliery, now part of the Rhondda Heritage Park
By 1887 it was employing around 600 men, many of whom lived in the few overcrowded terraces that had been developed above the mine on the side of Carn y ...
The A4061 Bwlch-y-Clawdd road was built in 1928. It connected the Rhondda to Nantymoel and Abergwynfi and made a lasting impression on the landscape to be ...
The view from the top of Clydach Vale towards the Rhondda Fawr
Although the weather was bitterly cold, the singing did not cease until about midnight.
A miner and his family outside their home North Wales 1931 A photograph of a miner
The proceedings will be resumed at ten o'clock this (Tuesday) morning and continued at two and six pm.
Sculpture of Rhondda Valley coal miner and family on former colliery site at Llwynypia in the
... up the valley, which buses struggle to climb, and which meant a steep walk to work for thousands of miners who worked at the biggest pits at the head of ...
... an ever visible reminder of the continuing presence of God in the valley, even though it is generations now since the revival fires of 1904-5 died down.
Bramble Leaf Miner Moth, Stigmella aurella. Family Nepticulidae. Monmouthshire, February - Stock
Cwmparc leading into Treorchy in the Rhondda Fawr
Sculpture of Rhondda Valley coal miner and family on former colliery site at Llwynypia in the
Coal miners taking their twenty minute rest South Wales 24 June 1931 Photograph by James Jarche
A Section of the 1921 Edition of the Ordnance Survey Map showing the Garw Valley from Blaengarw to Pontycymmer.
A rough layout of the main villages of the Rhondda shown along the two tributaries of the River Rhondda
Marsaut miner's lamp from the 1880's,
... a voice like a trumpet, genial manners and masterful tact - he soon gathers around him a large crowd, to whom he commends the Saviour in a most ...
Bramble Leaf Miner Moth, Stigmella aurella. Family Nepticulidae. Monmouthshire, February - Stock
A general view of houses in Ferndale in the Rhondda Valley on September 1 2018 in
The ruins of the Hen Dre'r Mynydd settlement at the head of the Rhondda
The following were the mourners: Mr & Mrs James Davies (parents); Mr Caswallon Davies and Mr Ben Davies (brothers); Miss Frances Davies (sister) …
Miner with pit pony South Wales 1931 A photograph of a coalminer with a pit pony
rhondda valley close mining community miners cottages wales uk gb - Stock Image
In 1931, the Newport School Medical Officer found that boys at the age of fourteen at the High School were two inches taller and five pounds heavier than ...
... family at Ynys Villa, Gynor Place in Ynyshir - a slightly larger detached house that still stands amid the terraces on the side of Mynydd Troedyrhiw.
St Peter's Church, Pentre, 'The Cathedral of the Rhondda'
In all 57 children were left without a father. At least 13 of the dead came from Wattstown itself, the rest being from other nearby places in the Rhondda.
Wales, Conwy, Snowdonia. A family walking in Cwm Llan along the Watkin Path
1735 Welsh (Powys) longhouse typical of those found in Medieval Rhondda. Between the ...
... the family so often were. G. Childs. Dowlais Iron works Merthyr Tydfil 1840. Found at historic-uk.com
The parents of the two brothers were originally from Wiltshire and Devon, but their children had all been born in Glamorgan, Robert in Neath and Ammon in ...
Commemorative statue to the "Mining Communities of Rhondda" Robert Thomas (1926-1999)
Scenes in Wattstown South Wales Located in the Rhondda Valley in the county borough of Rhondda
A dapper looking Evan (V) strikes a pose in Tonypandy in 1875. Sadly he was only four years away from an unmarked grave at Llanwynno.
He had only recently taken up his post in Clydach Vale after being a Baptist minister in Roath in Cardiff for a number of years.
The 400 seat chapel was built after the Revival, in 1906, on Chapel Terrace, just below St Thomas's, and immediately above the colliery.
A mother and child walk down a street in November 1966 in the mining town of
The next chapter will be examining the two important factors in the migration which took place from South Wales. In the first place, the majority of people ...
At the time that TM Williams came to Calfaria, the membership stood at 116. It shrank a little in his time, to 110 - possibly because of his somewhat ...
I presume he led prayers in his church for the miners of Watertown and their families, like many other ministers in churches across Wales and the rest of ...
Sculpture of Rhondda Valley coal miner and family on former colliery site at Llwynypia in the
Are Mothers Saints? The Role of the Matriarch in Welsh Society
Significantly, there were few women involved in the outside scenes which were shot in Pentre, and certainly no main character. When the character Glyn Lewis ...
He lived at 31 Clydach Road with his wife Jane, who also came from North Wales. She survived him by 15 years, and died in 1920 aged 77.
In the explosion and the fire that followed 33 men lost their lives, either immediately kneed by the explosion itself, or dying later from their injuries or ...
Welsh miners, 1931. ED. A miner and his family Rhondda Valley South Wales ...
... 30 more were baptised in the period that followed bringing the membership to 110 by the start of the new century, with 190 in the all age Sunday school.
The figures must be estimates, but suggest a flourishing cause at that time.
He was buried in Llechrddu Cemetery in Trealaw where many of the victims of the Cambrian explosion of 1905 also lie. The inscription on the grave honours ...
Simultaneously, some of the lady missioners held a service at Ynyshir. At night meetings were simultaneously held at Salem (B.), Bethania (C.), ...
Terraced industrial housing built on hillside for coal miners in 19th century Victorian era Rhondda Valley
Miners' wives Wales 1931 A photograph of a group of miners' wives talking outside
Clydach Vale views from behind the colliery sheave
Amongst those who died were many who had been in the Revival meetings, and some who were key leaders locally in it.
A view of Picinisco and the Comino Valley
1930s and wartime: The First Wave[edit]
Emma and William Noble were appointed to become Wardens of the Maes-yr-Haf settlement by Dr A D Lindsay, renowned Master of Balliol College, ...
Shirebrook, Nottinghamshire, UK A miner and his family watch Conservative Member of Parliament Michael
... the embodiment of the ideal of his life's work as rendered in his last song at the last revival meeting in which he took part: 'The best Friend to have ...
I was born in 1915 at Gilfach Cottages in Six Bells, but moved to Arael Street not long after. My mother Blodwen Rees (nee Simmonds), whose parents lived ...
River Rhondda in the Fawr Valley near its source in Blaenrhondda
South Wales Valleys - Cwmparc, near the head of the Rhondda Fawr, showing typical
This account is very similar to the personal recollection of Alice Pattison, the daughter of a miner from Horden in Durham who, in turn, found the photos ...
At first there was some hesitation, but afterwards con- fessions came from young and old. There were over a dozen converts.
Ferndale Colliery Rhondda Valley South Wales The Scene Of The Late Disastrous Explosion Uk 1867
Porth, in the Rhondda, also suffered continually from 'subsidence' because deep pits found their own levels, downwards. According to Gwyn Thomas, ...
One of them was appointed to write to the revivalist's secretary to see when Evan Roberts could come.
.2: Total National Allocations of Miners' Welfare Fund, 1921 -1952.
A group of poor miner's children in West Virginia hold the gifts they received from First
Terraced industrial housing built on hillside for coal miners in 19th century Victorian era Rhondda Valley
Miners digging for coal South Wales 24 June 1931 Photograph taken by James Jarche of the
Welsh miners and their families outside their houses, 23 June 1931. ED. Miners using a pneumatic drill Rhondda Valley South Wales ...
Above: Woman carrying a baby “Welsh fashion”, Rhondda 1930.