on some aspects of Welsh history and culture.|
|Just where is Wales and what is this website all about? This page contains lots of textual links to enable a relatively quick browse of the site content. Scroll down to browse, or use the search form to look for a particular topic.
Data Wales is written, illustrated and published here in Wales. The aim is
to emulate the Parish Magazine (local history and local knowledge) rather
than the Glossy Magazine (irrelevant ads and graphics). You will find
occasional links to other resources, marked thus:
Why sing of the Men of Harlech?
The Morris family - Wales and early America.
New light on Valentine Morris & the surrender of the island of St. Vincent.
Pedigrees and coats of arms.
A note on Stackpole in Pembrokeshire.
The history of Wales in a village - Trellech.
An American visitor to Wales in days of yore.
I'm afraid it is not possible to reply individually to link requests.
These are some pages relating to notes of a more personal interest. They are here to ensure that the pages get picked up by the search engines and are not directly relevant to the content of the website but feel free to browse
WAAF World War 2
An old woodworking gouge
Sylvester Samuel the watchmaker - his lathe.