Capeli Annibynnol Cymru: Llyfrau a Llyfrynnau Hanes

Sir Benfro

  • 'Albany chapel, or the Green', Haverfordwest. Typescript, 5 leaves.
  • A brief history of the Tabernacle Congregational church, Narberth, Pembrokeshire, (Narberth, 1928), 31pp.
  • Rachel Ann Bowen: Camre canrif yn hanes eglwys Fachendre, Boncath, 1881-1981, (Aberteifi, 1981), 20tt.
  • Cyfrif ariannol trysorfa atgyweirio capel Fachendre, ynghyd â hanes cyfarfodydd ail-agoriad y capel a dathlu hanner can-mlwydd yr achos, Mehefin, 1931, (Castellnewydd Emlyn, 1931), 11tt.
  • Moelwyn Daniel: Cofion canrif: sef hanes eglwys Tabernacl, Maenclochog, 1844-1944, (Caerfyrddin, 1946), 32tt.
  • E. Davies: A short acocunt of the building of Carvan and Brynsion manse, 1904-1905, (Narberth, 1908), 23pp.
  • S. Idris Evans: Braslun o hanes eglwys Annibynnol Bethel, Trewyddel, 1691-1991, (Trewyddel, 1991), 38tt.
  • Geoffrey Eynon: A history of the Congregational church at Tref-garn Owen, 1686-1986, (Fishguard, 1986), 32tt.
  • Eirwyn George: Braslun o hanes eglwys Annibynnol Seilo, Tufton, 1842-1992, (Aberteifi, 1992), 32tt.
  • [John Harries] (Awen Precelly): Ford Congregational church, Wolfcastle. One hundred and fifty years, 1807-1957: historical sketch, (Haverfordwest, 1957), 20pp.
  • H.T. Jacob: Hanes eglwys y Tabernacl, Abergwaun, ar gyfer dathliad pencanmlwydd y Tabernacl, Mai 6-9, 1945, (Aberystwyth, 1945), 36tt.
  • G. Douglas James: The history of the Albany church (formerly the Green Meeting), (Haverfordwest, c.1966), 31pp.
  • J. Gwyn James: Hanes eglwys Rhosycaerau a'i chymeriadau hynod, (Abergwaun, 1915), 39tt.
  • John Lloyd James (Clwydwenfro): Hanes eglwys Glandwr o'r cychwyniad, yn nghyda hanes dechreuol yr eglwysi a gychwynodd, (Merthyr Tydfil, 1902), 143tt.
  • John Lloyd James (Clwydwenfro): Hanes Hebron a Nebo: eglwysi yn nghyfundeb Annibynol Sir Benfro, yn cynnwys hanes Hebron o'i dechreuad am y cyfnod o gant o flynyddoedd, ac o Nebo o'i dechreuad hyd yn bresenol, (Merthyr Tydfil, 1903), 80tt.
  • D.T. Jones: The nonconformist principle and the Congregational idea. A brief story of English Congregationalism in Pembrokeshire since 1662: the story of the south Wales English Congregational Union, 1899-1949, and the programme of the annual meeting, April 1949, (Haverfordwest, 1940), 20pp.
  • D.T. Jones: Tabernacle Congregational Church, Haverfordwest: two hundred years, 1774-1974, (Haverfordwest, 1974), 8pp.
  • Emlyn J. Morgan: Hanes eglwys y Tabernacl, Abergwaun ar achlysur dathlu canmlwyddiant a hanner yr achos Mai 3 1995, 1845-1995, (Abergwaun, 1995), 23 tt. [Cynnwys hanes yr achos 1945-1995].
  • Caleb Morris: Braslun o hanes eglwys Annibynol Ebenezer, Trefdraeth, Penfro, 1700-1945, (Aberdâr, 1945), 36tt.
  • Katie Morris: Canmlwyddiant adeiladu Ebenezer, Dinas Mawddwy, 1867-1967: hanes yr achos, (Dinas Mawddwy, 1967), 23tt.
  • T. Alun Page: The United Congregational church, Pembroke Dock, three hundred years, 1851-1951: the story of the church worshipping at Meyrick Street, (Pembroke Dock, 1949), 28pp.
  • Caleb Rees, Stephen Rees: Pen-y-groes, ty cwrdd Annibynwyr blaenau bro Nan-hyfer: gyrfa dwy ganrif, (s.l.: 1959), 80tt. Fersiwn Saesneg: Pen-y-groes, Pembrokeshire: the story of two centuries, (Oldham, 1967), 28 leaves.
  • W.L. Richards: Lives of great men ...: a history of Keyston United Reformed (formerly Congregational) church to celebrate its bicentenary, 1787-1987, (Keyston, 1987), 57pp.
  • W.L. Richards: A well-found ship: history of Tabernacle church, Haverfordwest, (Haverfordwest, 1988), 45pp.
  • D. Williams: Cyfarfod canmlwyddol eglwys Bethesda, Penfro, (Merthyr Tydfil, 1898), 32tt.