The DYFED FAMILY HISTORY SOCIETY exists to serve anyone interested in genealogy, heraldry, family history or local history in the three Welsh counties of Cardiganshire (Ceredigion), Carmarthenshire (Sir Gaerfyrddin) and Pembrokeshire (Sir Benfro).
At present we can accept mail orders for microfiches and CDs through the post but not on-line. Please see the page Publications
The Society's Annual General Meeting will be held on Saturday 6 April at St Peter’s Hall, Carmarthen 10:00 am to 1:00 pm. At 11:00 am, the Guest Speaker Gareth Jones of the Owain Glyndŵr Society will present an account of the life of Owain Glyndŵr and his links with Carmarthen.
to see the material that may help your research.
Our Journal Archive
contains hundreds of articles about the people and places of Dyfed. The archive has a comprehensive index.
In the Members' Research Interests
you may find a name that forms part of your research.
is an index to hundreds of people born in Dyfed but discovered elsewhere.
Select any of the three counties in the main menu to see an index of Places & Parishes within that county. For each parish there is a list of the churches, chapels and schools showing where their records may be found.
Also in the county menus are lists of all the places where records of interest to researchers may be found within that county.
Members of DYFED FAMILY HISTORY SOCIETY
receive a 4 monthly journal containing articles about the people and places in Dyfed. Our journal has a section in which members can ask for help with difficult research issues.
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|27 Mar. Dic Penderyn,The Dolaubran Complex, Brecon Road (next to Co-op Store), Llandovery details|
|27 Mar. Nelson's Window from Paxton Tower,Spilman Hotel, Spilman Street, Carmarthen details|
|01 Apr. How to Start Researching Houses,The Stable Room, Cardigan Castle (enter opp Cardigan Bathroom Centre) details|
|06 Apr. Dyfed FHS Annual General Meeting,St Peter's Civic Hall, Carmarthen details|
|24 Apr. Rhys ap Thomas: The man who killed Richard III?,The Dolaubran Complex, Brecon Road (next to Co-op Store), Llandovery details|
Pembrokeshire residents serving in the armed forces and away from home in mid 1918, eligible to vote in the General Election of 1918. Pembs. Absent Voters List 1918
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Society Members can publish their research on this website.
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