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Gwent Archives
The official county archive for the former counties of Gwent and Monmouthshire.
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Moving to Bettws Mar 21
And we have a new report on our fab first trip to the
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Moving to Bettws Mar 23
Have a look at a new blog post and photos from our introductory trip to the More coming soon!
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Gwent Archives Mar 16
Locks of hair @ Gwent Archives from Fitzroy Somerset the 1st Baron Raglan and his wife Emily. More @
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Gwent Archives Mar 15
Duke of Wellington describing the desperate battle of Waterloo and victory over 'Bony'. Letter at Gwent Archives.
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Gwent Archives Mar 15
Fitzroy Somerset Baron Raglan, of Battle of Waterloo and Charge of Light Brigade fame at Gwent Archives. More @
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Gwent Archives Mar 15
Red Lion Row, Blackwood 1939, next to Red Lion pub. Both appear on the 1839 tithe map, but there is now a car park where houses used to be.
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Gwent Archives Mar 14
Geo-tagging the Chartists at Gwent Archives: volunteers needed! More about the project @
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Sarah Daly Mar 10
Still time to transcribe for . So moving to read the words of those who only wanted the vote.
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Gwent Archives Mar 2
Compton Mackenzie's Whisky Galore letter at Gwent Archives. Tons of whisky sunk off Eriskay! See more @
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Eddie Procter Mar 1
Tintern Abbey landscape perception survey - be great if you could RT:
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Gwent Archives Feb 28
Interested in finding your ancestors at school? Come to our talk on school records at Cwmbran Library 30 March. See
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Gwent Archives Feb 10
Big Ben Hall, Lord Llanover. MP and philanthropist. The person Big Ben was probably named after. See more @
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Our Living Levels Jan 14
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Gwent Archives Jan 11
For an insight into the work we do here at Gwent Archives please see our short film @
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Gwent Archives Jan 4
Servants' plumb pudding and mince pies with sirloin, made over Christmas from Caroline Peirce's 1848 recipes. More @
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Gwent Archives Dec 21
A couple of food themed adverts for Christmas. Bird's from Free Press 21 Dec 1917 and Argyll Stores from Abergavenny Chronicle 21 Dec 1900.
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Gwent Archives Dec 19
Nadolig Llawen a Blwyddyn Newydd Dda oddi wrth Archifau Gwent. Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year from Gwent Archives.
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Archives Wales Dec 1
If you have records that you would like to preserve and make available to the public then send them to an archive!
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Gwent Archives Dec 16
Please be aware that we will be closed between 23 and 27 January 2017 for stocktaking.
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Gwent Archives Dec 7
Over Christmas we will be closed from 23 December and re-open on 3 January.
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