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  • Author:
    Simon Eckley,Don Bearcroft,Dan Beckroft
  • ISBN:
    0752406965
  • ISBN13:
    978-0752406961
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    NPI Media Group (December 1, 1996)
  • Pages:
    128 pages
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Author:Beckroft, Dan. Book Binding:Paperback. Don Bearcroft, Simon Eckley, Dan Beckroft. Place of Publication. Local History, Names & Genealogy.

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Abertillery (Wales) - Social life and customs ; Abertillery (Wales) - Anecdotes ; Aberbeeg (Wales) - Social life and customs ; Aberbeeg (Wales) . Work-to-work relationships.

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Abertillery, Aberbeeg and Llanhilleth book. This book is part of the Images ofWales series, which uses old photographs and archived images toshow the history ofvarious local areas in Wales, through their streets, shops, pubs, and people.

3 Abertillery Conurbation. Formed in 1877, Abertillery Urban District Council incorporated the adjoining smaller communities of Six Bells, Cwmtillery, Brynithel, Aberbeeg and Llanhilleth. From the mid-nineteenth century. The population of this conurbation climbed to almost 40,000 in 1931 making it the second largest town in Monmouthshire. The council was abolished in 1974 as part of major UK wide local government reorganisation.

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The first written reference to the Golden Valley is in Rudder's 1779 History of Gloucestershire. 4. The Victoria County History for Gloucestershire Vol 11 published in 1976 . . It can be assumed that the name pre-dates his recording of it but how far back in unknown other than a reference in Issac Taylor's map dated 1777 - see Point 4 below.Golden Valley in the south-east part, which had acquired its name by the late 18th century, either from its autumn hues or from the prosperity of the local cloth-mills,' and refers to Issac Taylor's 1777 map of Gloucestershire as a footnote.