Llanhilleth, Gwent
Photos, Maps, Books and Memories

Historic maps of Llanhilleth and the local area, hand-drawn by Ordnance Survey cartographers and Samuel Lewis.

Nathan Hughes

Does anyone have any information about a Nathan Hughes who married someone called Jane Evans? I understand that he was from this area. He had a son named David Charles Hughes who was born in 1832. I am trying to track some relatives, Joannah or Jane Hughes, who married David Wynne in 1811, and find out what relation she was to Nathan Hughes.

Research Into Lost Knowledge Organisation

The Research Into Lost Knowledge Organisation is an organisation providing a platform for the dissemination of hidden knowledge incorporated in myth legend, number and geometry, art and music, architectural proportion, megalithic structures and the geomantic layout of cities and landscape. Public ...Read full memory

Llanhilleth

I was born in my aunt's [Ciss Smith] house in Caefelin Street, Llanhilleth, during late 1944, early in the morning.  At the same time a girl named Angela [Simpkins] was born in the house opposite at the same time.  My Aunt Ciss was holding me up at the front upstairs window to show the family that I was born whilst ...Read full memory