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Place name County Entry Source Cymmer Glamorgan Cymmer , vil., Llantrisaint par., Glamorgan, on r. Rhondda, 4 m. SW. of Pontypridd; P. O., T. O. Bartholomew CYMMER Glamorgan Rhondda-Vach and Rhondda-Vawr rivers, 15 miles NW of Cardiff. It has a post office under Pontypridd. A fire Imperial Glamorgan Glamorgan purposes it is divided into 5 divisions, viz. Eastern, Rhondda, Western or Gower, Mid, and Southern, 1 member for each division. Bartholomew GLAMORGAN Glamorgan Rhondda, the Rhondda-Vechan, the Ely, the Ogmore, the Avon, the Neath, and the Taw. Rocks of carboniferous limestone and shale Imperial HAVODDRYENOG Glamorgan Rhondda branch of the Taff Valley railway, near Newbridge Junction, and between the rivers Taff and Rhondda, 5 miles N of Llantrissant Imperial LLANTRISAINT Glamorgan Rhondda. Traces exist of ancient British camps. A second church, called St. John's, a modern edifice, is in the parish Imperial LLANWONNO Glamorgan Rhondda Valley, in the diocese of Llandaff. Value, £356.* Patron, the Vicar of Llantrisaint. The church is dedicated to St. Wonno Imperial Newport Monmouthshire Rhondda Valley coal district. Newport is one of the Monmouth District of Parliamentary Boroughs, which returns 1 member to Parliament Bartholomew Pontypridd Glamorgan Rhondda with the Taff, 12 miles NW. of Cardiff and 12 miles S. of Merthyr Tydfil, pop. 12,317; P.O., T.O., 2 Banks Bartholomew PORTH Glamorgan telegraph in Glamorgan; on the Rhondda branch of the Taff Vale railway, 3¼ miles W N W of Pontypridd. Imperial Rhondda Glamorgan Rhondda , river, Glamorgan; rises under Craig-y-Llyn, and flows 14 m. SE. through the Rhondda Valley to the Taff Bartholomew Rhondda Division Glamorgan Rhondda Division , parl. div. of Glamorgan, pop. 44,046; consists of the township of Ystradyfodwg. Bartholomew Rhondda Valley Glamorgan Rhondda Valley , curacy, Llanwonno par., Glamorgan, 3½ miles NW. of Pontypridd. Bartholomew TAFF (The) Brecknockshire
miles; receives the Cynon at Whitehall, and the Rhondda at Ponty-prydd; and falls 568 feet between Merthyr-Tydviland Cardiff. Imperial TREHERBERT Glamorgan Rhondda Valley railway, 11½ miles NW of Pontypridd. It has a r. station with telegraph, and a post-office Imperial YSTRAD Glamorgan YSTRAD , a r. station in Ystradyfodwg parish, Glamorgan; on the Rhondda Valley railway, 8 miles NW of Pontypridd. Imperial Ystrad Rhondda Glamorgan Ystrad Rhondda , Glamorgan; P.O., T.O. See YSTRADYFODWG. Bartholomew Ystradyfodwg Glamorgan Rhondda ; the par. contains Llwynpia and other mining centres; the township of Ystradyfodwg forms the Rhondda parl. div. of the co. of Glamorgan Bartholomew YSTRADYFODWG Glamorgan Rhondda, and on the Rhondda Valley railway, 8 miles NW of Pontypridd; and they have a post-office, of the name Imperial
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