The Caernarvonshire Historical Transactions are an important reference for local historians and researchers.
Copies are available to loan in Gwynedd libraries and a limited number are available to buy at the Gwynedd Archives in Caernarvon, and in some local bookshops.
Below is a list of the transactions, with contents. If you are looking for something in particular you can use the 'Hightlight Text' widget below, scroll down and any matching text should be highlighted.
Volume 1 (1939): The Men of Gwynedd, by Elwyn Davies; Some tendencies in the agrarian history of Caernarvonshire during the Later Middle Ages, by T Jones-Pierce; County politics and electioneering 1558 - 1625, by Emyr Gwynne Jones; Correspondence of the Owens of Plas Du 1573 - 1604, by A H Dodd; Arfon (1759 - 1822), gan G T Roberts; Llechi a llongau, gan David Thomas; Sources of Caernarvonshire history in the National Library of Wales, by Gildas Tibbott.
Volume 2 (1940): Environment and human settlement in the commote of Arllechwedd Isaf, by R Elfyn Hughes; The Early history of Lleyn, by Sir John Edward Lloyd; Notes on the history of rural Caernarvonshire in the reign of Elizabeth, by T Jones Pierce; Y Tryfan, gan W Gilbert Williams; Hen Grynwyr Llyn, gan Bob Owen; John Kelsall yn Sir Gaernarfon ac ym Mon, gan R T Jenkins; Pwy ydoedd "Shon Gwialan", gan Harri Gwynn Jones; Sources of Caernarvonshire history: University College Library, Bangor: 1 Estate papers, by Thomas Richards.
Volume 3 (1941): Ancient habitation sites in Caernarvonshire, by Colin Gresham; A Caernarvonshire manorial borough, by T Jones Pierce; Y Porth Mawr, Caernarvon, by Kendrick Evans; Sir Gaernarfon a llenyddiaeth Gymraeg, gan Tom Parry; An Eye witness account of agrarian conditions in Caernarvonshire during the Napoleonic era, by Deiniol Williams; Sources of Caernarvonshire history: University College Library, Bangor: ii Industry, iii Transport, by Thomas Richards.
Volume 4 (1942/3): The Making of Caernarvonshire, by W H waters; Hen deuluoedd Llanwnda 1: Y Pengwern (1500 - 1800), gan W Gilbert Williams; A Caernarvonshire manorial borough, part II: iv the borough lands, by T Jones Pierce; "A Caernarvonshire scrap book 1818 - 1823", gan R G Owen; Some aspects of the industrial revolution in South East Caernarvonshire, part 1: Y Traeth Mawr, by W Morgan Richards; The Schooner "Mary Watkins", by Ben Bowen Thomas; Sources of Caernarvonshire history: University College Library, Bangor: iv Religion, v Education, by Thomas Richards; The Ferries, by A H Dodd.
Volume 5 (1944): Y Porth Mawr, Caernarvon ii, by Kenrick Evans; A Caernarvonshire manorial borough, part iii: v Borough administration, vi Modern origins, by T Jones Pierce; Hen deuluoedd Llanwnda ii: Lewisiaid Plas yn Bont, gan W Gilbert Williams; The Families of Bodvel and Jones of Cefnycoed, by B Dew Roberts; T Barque "Hindoo", Caernarvon, gan Bob Owen; Some aspects of the Industrial Revolution in South East Caernarvonshire, part II: Portmadoc, by W M Richards; The Bangor Workhouse, by C Flynn-Hughes; Two cairns, by W J Hemp.
Volume 6 (1945): The Tragedy of Colonel John Bodvel, by A H Dodd; Hen deuluoedd Llanwnda iii: Huwsiaid Bodaden, gan W Gilbert Williams; Some details about the independents in Caernarvonshire, by Bob Owen; A Drover's account book, by R T Jenkins; Early Caernarvonshire seamen, by T Jones Pierce; Y Porth Mawr, Caernarvon, by Kenrick Evans.
Volume 7 (1946): Roman Caernarvonshire, by E W E Griffiths; Robert Pugh of Penrhyn Creuddyn, by Emyr Wynne Jones; Hen deuluoedd Llanwnda iv: teulu'r Gadlys, gan W Gilbert Williams; Eighteenth century Caernarvon part 1, by Kendrick Evans; The Land utilisation of Llanrug parish, by Murielle E Otter; Early history of the North Wales Training College, by R Meredith; The Workhouses of Caernarvonshire 1760 - 1914, by Cledwyn Flynn-Hughes.
Volume 8 (1947): Sir John Lloyd, by Dr Thomas Richards; Documents relating to the early history of Conway, by John Griffiths; Hen deuluoedd Llanwnda v: teulu Rhedynog Felen, gan W Gilbert Williams; Richard Edwards of Nanhoron: a Restoration study, by Thomas Richards; Early Bangor banks, by J Ingman; Eighteenth century Caernarvon ii: burgesses - resident and non-resident, by Kenrick Evans; The Care of county records, by Emyr Gwynne Jones; Caernarvonshire excavations.
Volume 9 (1948): The Saints of Gwynedd, by E G Bowen; A Note on Walter of Hereford, builder of Caernarvon Castle, by A J Taylor; Culverins for Charles, by Norman Tucker; The Glynnes and the Wynns of Glynllifon, by Glyn Roberts; Eighteenth century Caernarvon iii: Caernarvon Borough and its contributory boroughs, by Kenrick Evans; William Fairbairn and the Conwy tubular bridge, by Colin A Gresham; Hen deuluoedd Llanwnda vi: Llwydiaid y Tryfan Bach, gan W Gilbert Williams; Peter Bailey Williams, gan Griffith T Roberts; Cyfraniad Meibion Arfon i gerddoriaeth: pum arloeswr, gan R D Griffith; Glasinfryn, gan Syr Ifor Williams; A Llandegai pew dispute, by Emyr Gwynne Jones.
Volume 10 (1949): Roman coins from Dinas Dinlle, by W E Griffith; Trading in mediaeval Caernarvon, by G Peredur Jones; Some pages in the history of Pant Glas, Ysbyty Ifan, by R T Jenkins; Glyniaid Glynllifon, gan W Gilbert Williams; Notes on some old Bangor inns, by John Ingman; Dr Owen Owen Roberts, gan Emyr H Owen; The Expansionist phase in the history of the Welsh slate industry, by Dylan Pritchard; The County records, by W Ogwen Williams; An Episode in the history of Clynnog Church, by W Gilbert Williams; The Troubles of a pauper, by G T Roberts; Rebecca in Caernarvonshire, by David Williams; Buchedd Ddeiniol Sant, gan J E Caerwyn Williams.
Volume 11 (1950): The Armorial bearings of the Caernarvonshire County Council, by H Ellis Tomlinson; The Church of Saint Hywyn, Aberdaron, by W J Elliss; Caernarvonshire and the Restoration: four letters, by A H Dodd; Eighteenth century Caernarvon, by Kenrick Evans; The Early days of the Caernarvonshire and Anglesey Hospital, by John Ingman; Henry Archer, by David Thomas; Profiadau golygydd, gan E Morgan Humphreys; Dyddlyfr Ysgol Bethel, gan Gwilym J Evans; Miscellanea: Commonwealth marriages; "Ty Lasar", Penmachno; More Vaughans of Pant Glas; The Albion Hotel, Bangor.
Volume 12 (1951): Topographical prints (introduction); Notes on illustrations; Illustrations; Alphabetical list of topographical; prints of Caernarvonshire in the National Library of Wales.
Volume 13 (1952): Civil War Colonel: Sir John Carter, by Norman Tucker; The Post road in Caernarvonshire: an historical survey, by R T Pritchard; Bangor cathedral 1700 - 1828, by M L Clarke; Glimpses of social life in Bangor 1790 - 1850, by John Ingman; Yr Ymfudo o Sir Gaernarfon i'r Unol Daleithau (i), gan Bob Owen; Methodistiaeth Rhydlios 1800 - 1870, gan Thomas Richards; The Tithe schedule for the parish of Garn Dobenmaen (transcribed and edited by Elwyn Edwards - the National Library of Wales - with a foreword by the Editor).
Volume 14 (1953): Caernarvonshire in the Civil War, by A H Dodd; Yr ymfudo o sir Gaernarfon i'r Unol Daleithau (ii), gan Bob Owen; The Record of the Parish of Aber, by T J Owen; Dechrau trefn newydd, gan W Gilbert Williams; Reviews: Guide to the Caernarvonshire Record office, Atlas Sir Gaernarfon, Hen longau Sir Gaernarfon: cywiriadau.
Volume 15 (1954): A 14th century house site at Cefn y Fan near Dolbenmaen, Caernarvonshire, by A H A Hogg; A note on the history of Ysbyty Ifan, by W Ogwen Williams; Robert Gwyn, gan Geraint Bowen; Maria Stella (Lady Newborough), by B Dew Roberts; A Bangor architect of the early nineteenth century, by M L Clarke; Ymfudo o Sir Gaernarfon i'r Unol Daleithau (iii), gan Bob Owen; Schools established by industrial undertakings in Caernarvonshire and Merionethshire during the nineteenth century, by Leslie Wynne-Evans.
Volume 16 (1955): Archaeological excavations in Caernarvonshire, by C A Gresham; Notes on some Caernarvonshire inscriptions, by C A Ralegh Radford; The Revolt of Madoc ap Llywelyn 1294-5, by John Griffiths; The Elizabethan statutes of Friars School, Bangor, by M L Clarke; Sea power and Caernarvonshire 1642 - 1660, by Aled Eames; Some account of the botanical exploration of Caernarvonshire, part 1, by P W Carter; Capel Newydd, by Thomas Richards; Capel Newydd, by M Honora Keating; Capel Curig Inn register 1801 - 1825, by Norman Tucker; Bron y Foel School, Caernarvonshire, by L Wynne Evans; The Ffestiniog Railway, by A G W Garraway.
Volume 17 (1956): Dinas Emrys, by H N Savory; The Bishop's Palace, Gogarth, Llandudno, by Douglas B Hague; The Township of Dolbenmaen, by Colin A Gresham; Caernarvonshire and the Middle Temple, by R Arthur Roberts; Some account of the botanical exploration of Caernarvonshire (part ii), by P W Carter; Caernarvonshire Turnpike Trust, by R T Pritchard; Borough politics and electioneering (1826 - 1852), by E Gwynne Jones; Chronicles of a Caernarvon ironworks, by R Abbott; Tithe schedule for Boduan; Miscellanea: Caernarvonshire in English fiction, by David Thomas; Afon Ganol wall fragments, by Norman Tucker.
Volume 18 (1957): Two notes of Caernarvonshire Archaeology, by W E Griffiths; The Townships of Gest, Treflys and Ystumllyn, by Colin A Gresham; The Old borough of Nefyn 1355 - 1882, by T Jones Pierce; The Duality of Robert ap Hugh of Penrhyn Creuddyn, by E Gwynne Jones; Marle Hall, by Norman Tucker; Maurice Lewis and his family history, by R Arthur Roberts; The Platts of Oldham, by W Ogwen Williams; John Jones, Tal y Sarn (1796 - 1857), by G T Roberts; The Beginnings of the county schools in Caernarvonshire, by Prys Eifion Owen.
Volume 19 (1958): Castell Odo, by Leslie Alcock; The Townships in the parish of Llanystumdwy, by Colin Gresham; Colonel Hugh Wynne, by Norman Tucker; The Parliamentary representation of Caernarvonshire in the eighteenth century, part 1: 1708 - 1749, by P D G Thomas; Britannia Park, by M L Clarke; Turnpike trusts of Caernarvonshire, by R T Pritchard; The First of the county schools, by S A Claridge; An Eighteenth century borough court book, by T Jones-Pierce.
Volume 20 (1959): Roman fort at Pen Llystyn, Bryncir Station, Caernarvonshire, by A H A Hogg; Llanbeblig Parish Church, by Aubrey Davies; Penrhyn Castle, by Douglas B Hague; Richard Wynne and the Booth Rebellion, by Norman Tucker; Capel Newydd, by Glyn Roberts; The Parliamentary representation of Caernarvonshire in the eighteenth century, part II 1749 - 1784, by Peter D G Thomas; The Porthdinllaen Turnpike Trust, by R T Pritchard.
Volume 21 (1960): The Neolithic axe factory of Mynydd Rhiw in Lleyn, by C H Houlder; A Mediaeval church on the island of St Tudwal, by Douglas B Hague; The Celtic Monasteries of North Wales, by C N Johns; Piracy in Caernarvonshire and Anglesey, by Carys Roberts; The Forest of Snowdon (in its relationship to Eifionydd), by Colin A Gresham; Sion ap Howel ap Owen, Cefn Treflaeth, by Bedwyr Lewis Jones; Some Lleyn inventories of the seventeenth and early eighteenth centuries, by Trefor M Owen; Sir Charles Paget and the Caernarvonshire Boroughs 1830 - 1832, by Llewelyn Jones; Llythyrau at Robert Thomas, Abercegin, by E Gwynne Jones; The Creuddyn peninsula 1750 - 1914, by D Geraint Griffith; JR, Conwy, by R Tudur Jones; The Birth of the Caernarvonshire Record Office, by Keith Williams-Jones; Classified list of contents and index of contributors 1939 - 1960.
Volume 22 (1961): Stone axes from near Dinas, Llanfairfechan, by J Davies; A Roman milestone from Aber, by A H A Hogg; Sir Richard Wynn of Gwydir, 2nd Baronet, by Norman Tucker; Church building and church restoration in Caernarvonshire during the nineteenth century, by M L Clarke; Thomas Jones, Cefnmeusydd Uchaf (1787 - 1843), by Tom Morris; Robert Ellis (Clochydd Llanllyfni) 1829 - 1872, by Gwynfryn Richards; Caernarvonshire Turnpike Trusts: Ysbyty and Penmachno Trusts, by R T Pritchard; Hunangofiant Gutyn Peris, by E Gwynne Jones.
Volume 23 (1962): Obituaries: Brigadier Sir William Henage Wynne Finch (1893 - 1961), Dr Thomas Richards, Bob Owen, Wilfrid James Hemp; Prehistoric stone blades from Parwyd, near Aberdaron, by J Davies; A Long hut group in the Aber valley, by L A S Butler; Aber Gwyn Gregin, by T Jones Pierce; Lord Byron writes to Sir John Owen, by Norman Tucker; Caernarvonshire churches at the beginning of the nineteenth century, by M L Clarke; Some aspects of the medical history of Caernarvonshire, by G Penrhyn Jones; Quarrymen's champion, by J Roose Williams; Llandudno and the National Provincial Bank, by R Francis Wynne; Miscellanea: Further notes on the Roman milestone from Aber, by R P Wright; Postscript to the Celtic monasteries of North Wales vol 21 (1960) pp 14ff, by C N Johns; Sion ap Howel ap Owen - cywiriad, by Bedwyr L Jones; Bryn byrddau, by Melville Richards; "Big Lloyd", by W O Roberts.
Volume 24 (1963): Obituary; Early settlement in Arfon: the setting of Tre'r Ceiri, by Glanville R J Jones; Nennius's "Regio Guunnessi", by Melville Richards; An Excavation at the Cistercian abbey of Aberconway at Maenan 1963, by Lawrence Butler; The Heraldry of Gwynedd, by Francis Jones, Wales Herald Extraordinary; Bardsey: a study in monastic origins, by T Jones Pierce; Sir William Maurice of Clenennau, by E Namora Williams; Penmorfa Panorama (1782 - 1833), by Tom Morris; Robert Jones, Rhos-Lan: yr hanesydd, by J E Caerwyn Williams; Robert ap Gwilyn Ddu: ei deulu a'i gysylltiadau, by Derwyn Jones; Quarrymen's Champion (ii), by J Roose Williams; Geirionydd: Volume goffa Ieuan Glan Geirionydd, by G Gerallt Davies; The Early story of the schools of Dyffryn Nantlle, by Gwynfryn Richards; History of the Bangor Post Office, by R T Pritchard.
Volume 25 (1964): The Royalist Hookes of Conway, by Norman Tucker; Humphrey Richards (1730 - 1788), by G T Roberts; Can y Gwyl Fair yn Arfon, gan Trefor M Owen; Eifionydd y beirdd, gan E G Millward; Ychwaneg am Robert Jones, Rhos-lan a'i deulu, gan J E Caerwyn Williams; "Quarryman's champion", by J Roose Williams;
Volume 26 (1965): Obituary: Thomas Jones Pierce (1905 - 1964), by A H Dodd; Er cof am T Jones Pierce, by Gareth Alban Davies; Professor T Jones Pierce: an appreciation, by Glanville Jones; Excavations in Conwy: 1961 - 64, by L A S Butler; The Bolde Rental (Bangor Mss 1939), by C A Gresham; Wartime brawl in Llannor Churchyard, by Norman Tucker; Ieuan lleyn, by Thomas Parry; Traethodyn gan Robert Jones, Rhoslan, by J E Caerwyn Williams; Gwleidyddiaeth Sir Gaernarfon yn y 19eg ganrif, by Frank Price Jones; Quarryman's Champion IV, by J Roose Williams; The Bangor Typhoid Epidemic of 1882, by Gwen Owen.
Volume 27 (1966): The Ferthyr and the development of Criccieth, by C A Gresham; The Reformation in sixteenth-century Caernarvonshire, by Glanmor Williams; Morys Clynnog (1521 - 1580/1), by Geraint Bowen; A Fire at Clynnog Church, by L A S Butler; Tithe schedule for the parish of Llangwnadl, by William O Roberts; Dau arloeswr gwladfa Patagonia, gan R Bryn Williams; A Truck Shop at Dinas, near Betws y Coed, on Telford's London to Holyhead road, by Merfyn Hughes; "Quarrymen's Champion" 5, by J Roose Williams; Miscellany: An Old Conway Well, by Norman Tucker.
Volume 28 (1967): Llanllyfni: an unusual dedication, by Gwynfryn Richards; Bishop Lewis Bayly c1575 - 1631, by A H Dodd; "Carol santaidd i'r grawys" o waith Y Tad William Davies, gan R Geraint Gruffydd; John Edmunds: pioneer educationalist, by Mary Bartholomew; Sion Wyn o Eifion (1785 - 1859), gan E G Millward; Miscellany: The Bolde rental: index of persons, by C A Gresham.
Volume 29 (1968): Chwareli Dyffryn Nantlle, gan Gwynfryn Richards; David Williams of Castell Deudraeth 1799 - 1869, by D G Lloyd Hughes; Quarrymen's Champion" 4, by J Roose Williams; Fabianism and Gwynedd politics 1890 - 1918, by Cyril Parry; Yr Esgob Richard Davies (1501 - 1581), gan Glanmor Williams; Miscellanea: Tri enw, gan Melville Richards; Rwymwyr llyfrau yn Eifionydd a Llyn, gan Bedwyr Lewis Jones.
Volume 30 (1969): Obituary: William Ogwen Williams (1923 - 1969), by A H Dodd; Cefn Graeanog: a native site of the Roman period, by A H A Hogg; The Parish of Beddgelert, by Colin A Gresham; The Defences of Gwynedd in the thirteenth century, by Glanville R J Jones; A Bishop of Bangor in the pre-reform era: H W Majendie, by M L Clarke; "Quarrymen's Champion": conclusion, by J Roose Williams; A Note on the Eifion by-election of 1906, by Cyril Parry; Moelyci, gan Melville Richards.
Volume 31 (1970): Obituary: Robert Thomas Jenkins (1881 - 1969), by J Gwynn Williams; The Kyffins of Maenan, by Norman Tucker; Cyfraniad at hanes ardaloedd Pentir a Rhiwlas hyd 1750, gan R O Roberts; A Brief account of the copper mines in Cwm Dyli, Snowdonia, by N C Beck; The City of Bangor and its environs at the time of the tithe survey 1840, by Peter Ellis Jones; Denominationalism in Caernarvonshire in the mid-nineteenth century as shown in the Religious Census of 1851, by Ieuan Gwynedd Jones; Crefftau a diwydiannau Dyffryn Nantlle: a phlwyf Llanllyfni yn fwyaf arbennig, gan Gwynfryn Richards.
Volume 32 (1971): Emeritus Professor Arthur Herbert Dodd, by J Gwynn Williams; Owain Gwynedd, by J Beverley Smith; A Note on Penrhyn Du, by T M Bassett; Dr Johnson and Mrs Thrale's Welsh tour, by Elizabeth Williams-Ellis; A Survey of Caernarvon 1770 - 1840: part 1a, by Kenrick Evans; William Lloyd Roberts (1794 - 1847), by R Gwyn Thomas; W E Gladstone: patron of St Seiriol Church Penmaenmawr, by John Edward Williams; A Note on the nineteenth century census returns, by Peter Ellis Jones; Aspects of Caernarvonshire politics 1900 - 1920: the rise of a Labour party, by Cyril Parry; Shard of Samian ware from Caerhun, Conwy, by Richard B White; Ieuan Llyn, by Eurwyn Williams.
Volume 33 (1972): Obituary: Norman Tucker (1894 - 1971), by A H Dodd; Aspects of local government in pre-Restoration Caernarvonshire, by J Gwynfor Jones; Pennod yn natblygiad tref Pwllheli, gan D G Lloyd Hughes; A Survey of Caernarvon 1770 - 1840: part 1b, by Kenrick Evans; Braslun o hanes addysg ym mhlwyf Dolwyddelan, gan Ifor Thomas; Caernarvonshire and its libraries: development of the first county library in Wales, by T Elwyn Griffiths; A Survey of the ancient and present state of the county of Caernarvon (part 1), by E G Jones; The Llandudno copper mines, by C J Williams; The Shipping trade of the River Conway in the early nineteenth century, by Colin Thomas; Rescue excavations on the new theatre site, University College Park, Bangor, by Keith Williams-Jones.
Volume 34 (1973): Obituary: Emyr Gwynne Jones (1911 - 72), by A H Dodd and J Gwynn Williams; A Whetstone from Courtyard House II, Caerau, Clynnog, by Richard B White; The Development of Criccieth Castle, by Colin A Gresham; "Rotunda Tabula" neu dwrneimant yn Nefyn yn 1284, gan Bedwyr L Jones; Review article: Medieval Welsh society, by Glanville R J Jones; Y Dic�u yn Sir Gaernarfon fel drych yr amseroedd, gan G Penrhyn Jones; A Survey of Caernarvon: part 2a, by Kenrick Evans; Ffiniau tref Pwllheli, gan D G Lloyd Hughes; Local defence in the Napoleonic Wars, by P K Crimmin; Rhanbarth uchaf Dyffryn Nantlle, by Gwynfryn Richards; A Survey of the ancient and present state of the county of Caernarvon (part 2), by Emyr Gwynne Jones; Toponymic note: Regal, by Melville Richards; Archival note: Bach y Saint records in the Tan-y-Bwlch Collection, by G Haulfryn Williams.
Volume 35 (1974): The Defences of Kanovium: a reassessment, by R G Livens; A Survey of Caernarvon: part 2a, by Kenrick Evans; A History of the Penmaenmawr quarries, by Ifor E Davies; Diwydiant yn Nyffryn Ogwen, by T M Bassett; A Trade Union in nineteenth century Gwynedd: the North Wales Quarrymen's Union 1874 - 1900; Sir Hugh Owen and education in Caernarvonshire, by B L Davies; Archaeological notes: Stone implements from Caernarvonshire, by Frances Lynch; A Flint microlith from Coed Gorswen National Nature Reserve, by Melvyn Davies.
Volume 36 (1975): Obituary: Arthur Herbert Dodd, by Aled Eames; Syr John Wynn o Wedir: ei gymeriad a'i gefndir, gan J Gwynfor Jones; The Church and parish of Gyffin, by Gwynfryn Richards; A Survey of Caernarvon: part 3, by Kenrick Evans; Golwg ar grefydd yn Nolwyddelan, by Ifor Thomas; Bathing facilities in Bangor: 1800 to the present day, by Peter Ellis Jones; Lloyd George and the by-election in the Caernarfon Boroughs 1890, by Emyr Price; The Vernacular architecture of a Welsh rural community 1700 - 1900: the houses of Mynytho, by Eurwyn Wiliam; A Survey of the ancient and present state of the county of Caernarvon (part 3), by Emyr Gwynne Jones; Archive teaching units, by Mary Aris.
Volume 37 (1976): Obituary: Kenrick Evans, by B R Parry; The Township of Neigwl, by Colin A Gresham; Cywydd i ofyn march i Ddafydd Conwy, Prior Beddgelert, gan Catrin Stevens; The Copper mines of Llanberis and Clogwyn Goch, by Peter Crew; The Manufacture of Honestones in Gwynedd, by Ivor E Davies; The Bangor Local Board of Health 1850 - 83, by Peter Ellis Jones; A Survey of the ancient and present state of the county of Caernarvon (part 4), by Emyr Gwynne Jones; Archaeological notes: Trial excavations at the Royal Oak paddock field, Betws y Coed; Two stone implements: perforated stone implements from Fodol Ganol, Port Dinorwic; Neolithic axe rough-out from Tal y Cafn, by Richard S Kelly.
Volume 38 (1977): Medieval Gloddaith, by A D Carr; Morus Wynn o Wedir c1530 - 80, gan J Gwynfor Jones; Caernarfonshire house interiors 1660-90, by G Haulfryn Williams; William Lloyd Caldecot: a true story?, by M J T Lewis; A Survey of the ancient and present state of the county of Caernarvon (part 5), by Emyr Gwynne Jones; Nodiadau amrywiol/Miscellaneous notes: Gruffydd Bodwrda (c1578 - 1649): englynwr, gan Dafydd Ifans; Use of records: parish registers and bishops' transcripts, by R M Benwell and T M Bassett; A Straw-rope partition at Trallwyn House, Pencaenewydd, by Eurwyn Wiliam.
Volume 39 (1978): The Taking of Conwy Castle 1401, by Keith Williams-Jones; Richard Fletcher of Bangor: an early seventeenth century Welsh student at Cambridge, by W P Griffith; Terfysgoedd yd yng Ngogledd Cymru 1740 - 58, gan John Glyn Parry; A Survey of the ancient and present state of the county of Caernarvon (part 6), by Emyr Gwynne Jones; Lloyd George a "Rhyfel y Degwm" yn Llyn ac Eifionydd 1886 - 8, gan Emyr Price; Archaeological notes: Perforated stone implement from Bryn Adda Bangor, by Richard S Kelly; A Spindle whorl from Coedcaenewydd, Llanllyfni, by D Roe; A Round hut group near Tanymarian in the parish of Llanllechid, by R H Roberts; In memoriam: Dau hanesydd lleol/Two local historians, by Derwyn Jones and Merfyn Hughes.
Volume 40 (1979): Lord Morris of Borth-y-Gest, by J Gwynn Williams; The Commotal centre of Arllechwedd Isaf, by Colin A Gresham; Hendre and hafod in Caernarvonshire, by Elwyn Davies; Snowdonia: ecclesiological references, by Gwynfryn Richards; Ysgol Ramadeg Rad Pwllheli, by D G Lloyd Hughes; Trade and transport on Llyn Padarn in the late eighteenth century, by J S Illsley; The George: inn hotel, hostel 1771 - 1978, by Peter Ellis Jones; The Life and work of Dean Henry Thomas Edwards 1837 - 84, by R O Roberts.
Volume 41: 1980: Keith Williams-Jones, by Bryn R Parry; Cwm Cyd, by Colin A Gresham; Gloddaith and the Mostyns 1540 - 1642, by A D Carr; Dafydd Ddu Eryri 1759 - 1822, by Thomas Parry; John Warren: Bishop of Bangor 1783 - 1800, by M L Clarke; Community and social structure in Bethesda 1840 - 70, by Geraint Davies; Palmerstone, Bright and Gladstone in North Wales, by Keith G Robbins; Adran Archaeoleg/Archaeology Section: Ychydig o hanes tref Conwy o safbwynt archaeolegol, gan Richard S Kelly.
Volume 42: 1981: Educational activity among the Wynns of Gwydir, by J Gwynfor Jones; Farming in Stuart Caernarfonshire, by Gareth Haulfryn Williams; The Wyatts of Lime Grove, Llandygai, by Peter Ellis Jones; Newyddiadur cyntaf Caernarfon: The Caernarvon Advertiser 1822, gan R Maldwyn Thomas; Y Bedyddwyr yng ngwleidyddiaeth Sir Gaernarfon 1832 - 1868, gan T M Bassett; Nodiadau amrywiol/Miscellaneous notes: The Old Irish personal name Cairbre in Gwynedd place names, by H S Chapman, An Unrecorded mystery of the Civil War, by Ivor E Davies, The Countess Frances Lloyd George of Dwyfor and the funerals of Churchill and Lloyd George, by Emyr Price.
Volume 43: 1982: The Last days of Gwynedd, by A D Carr; Arolwg ar hynt Addysg Uwch yn Sir Gaernarfon rhwng c1540 a 1640, gan William P Griffith; The Pennants and Jamaica 1665 - 1808: part 1: the growth and organisation of the Pennant Estates, by Jean Lindsay; Peasant architecture in Caernarfonshire, by Eurwyn Wiliam; Short articles: The origins of early settlers in Conwy, by H S Chapman; The Tenants of Bodwrdda in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, by Roy Benwell; Madocks and the removal of the Welsh coal duties, by P K Crimmin; Nodiadau archaeolegol/Archaeological notes: Palstave from Chwilog, by Frances Lynch; Barbed and tanged arrowhead from Glyder Fach, by Frances Lynch; Stone battle axe from Llanfairfechan, by John Ll Williams; More cup-marks near Cist Cerrig, Moel y Gest, by Frances Lynch; A grooved stone maul from Penmaenmawr; A Shaft hole implement from Criccieth; Two roughouts from Llanfairfechan, by John Ll Williams.
Volume 44: 1983: Governance, order and stability in Caernarfonshire c1540 - 1640, by J Gwynfor Jones; Anterliwt Derwyn Fechan 1654, gan Gareth Haulfryn Williams; The Pennants and Jamaica 1665 - 1808: part 2: the economic and social development of the Pennant estates in Jamaica, by Jean Lindsay; Ymweliad Comisiynwyr Brad y Llyfrau Gleision 1847 ag Ysgolion Plwyf Ynyscynhaearn, gan Alun Roberts; 1883: Bangor granted a charter of incorporation, by Peter Ellis Jones; The Beginnings of teacher training at University College Bangor, by J B Thomas.
Volume 45: 1984: Llywelyn ap Gruffydd, Prince of Wales and Lord of Snowdon, by J Beverley Smith; Ysgol Ramadeg Rad Pwllheli a'i chysylltiad ag Ysgol Ramadeg Botwnnog, gan D G Lloyd Hughes; A Gamekeeper's journal, by Anne Lovell; Ellis Owen, Cefnymeusydd: "cymdeithaswr", gan Dewi Williams; Gwilym Lleyn and his family. by Bendi Thomas; Angus Duncan Webster: a Scottish scribe at Penrhyn Castle; "Dros ryddid a thros ymerodraeth": ymatebion yn Nyffryn Ogwen 1914 - 1918, gan Dafydd Roberts; Enwau lleoedd ym mhlwyf Dwygyfylchi a'r cyffiniau nad ydynt ar fap yr Arolwg Ordnans nac ar ardrethiant y Degwm, gan Ivor E Davies; Nodiadau Archaeolegol/Archaeological notes: Margaret Griffith, "Oval enclosures at Tyddyn Castell, Rhiw"; John Ellis Jones, "Bedd Angharad James o Benamnen, Dolwyddelan".
Volume 46: 1985: Syr Thomas Parry 1904 - 1985, gan Bedwyr Lewis Jones; Editions of Y Dadl (1776) of Dafydd Jones of Trefriw, by S I Wicklen; Bangor: the growth of a city during the first half of the nineteenth century, by O V Jones; Rodenberg's autumn in Wales: a German visit to Caernarfonshire in 1856; Pwllheli: llywodraeth leol yn y crochan berw, gan D G Lloyd Hughes; Arguments on behalf of Bangor as the site of the University College of North Wales, by J Gwynn Williams; Merched y sgrech a'r twrw: yr WSPU yn Llanystumdwy 1912, gan Dylan Morris; Nodiadau archaeolegol/Archaeological notes: A Stone axe from Llanddoget, Llanrwst, by John Ellis Jones; Nythfa standing stone, Edern, Llyn, by Richard Kelly; Emergency excavations in Cwmystradllyn 1981, by Richard B White; A Roman milestone re-exhibited, by John Ellis Jones; Y Wenallt, Nantgwynant, by Margaret Griffith.
Volume 47: 1986: Review Article: Society and Settlement in Wales and The Marches 500BC to AD 1000, by G R J Jones; Cyfraith a threfn yn Sir Gaernarfon c1600 - 1640: yr uchelwyr a'r byd gweinyddol, gan J Gwynfor Jones; "Dyn Glew Iawn": Dafydd Jones o Drefriw 1703 - 1785, gan Geraint H Jenkins; Technoleg draddodiadol yng Ngilfach Ddu: hanes yr Olwyn Ddwr, gan Dafydd Roberts; Nodiadau ar rai o aneddau a thrigolion cylch Penmachno yn ail hanner y bedwaredd ganrif ar bymtheg; "I will try now in English language": three nineteenth-century personal letters, by Hilary S Chapman; Archaeoleg/Archaeology: John Ellis Jones, "A Silver sixpence of Edward VI (1547 - 1553) found at Bangor".
Volume 48: 1987: Dau arolwg o Gastell Caernarfon 1622 a 1624, gan Glyn Parry; "Llawn Gofiannwr Llyn ac Eifionnydd": John Jones, Myrddin Fardd, gan Dewi Williams; A Russian visitor to Bangor in 1860, by William Linnard; The Gwernor Slate Quarry, Nantlle, by Gwynfor Pierce Jones; The Women's suffrage movement in Caernarfonshire, by Peter Ellis Jones; Welsh as a secret language, by H S Chapman; Archaeoleg/Archaeology: Richard S Kelly, "Two small perforated stones from Betws Garmon and Mynytho", Christopher Jordan, "Tyddyn Grasod"
Volume 49: 1988: The Welsh Biblical heritage, by Derec Llwyd Morgan; Cefndir William Morgan a'i gyfraniad i Brotestaniaeth yng Nghymru, gan J Gwynfor Jones; Dr William Morgan and his parishioners at Llanrhaeadr ym Mochnant, by Nia M W Powell; Some passing thoughts on the early history of Friars School, Bangor, by W P Griffith; The Affairs of Robert Wynn, by A D Carr; Archaeoleg/Archaeology: Flints from Nantmor (Frances Lynch), Axe-hammer/Battleaxe from Fourcrosses (Frances Lynch), A quernstone from Llwyn-bedw-isaf, Llanllyfni ( L A Dutton), Antiquarian references to sites in Llyn (Margaret Griffith).
Volume 50: 1989: Mr T M Bassett, MA: Llywydd Cymdeithas Hanes Sir Gaernarfon 1981 - 1988, by B L Davies; The School Board Movement in Caernarvonshire 1870 - 80, by H G Williams; Colin Alastair Gresham 1913 - 1989, by W R P George; Manganese Mining at Rhiw in Llyn between 1827 and 1945, by Margaret Griffith; Walter Sylvanus Jones (Gwallter Llyfni) 1883 - 1932, by Dewi Jones; Historical notes on hydro-electricity in North Wales, by Dewi W Thomas; Hendrewen, by Jean Lindsay; Commuting to work by bus: patterns in the Seiont Valley 1963, by Eric Jones; Semi-rotary quernstones from Llanllechid and Deganwy, by H S Chapman and R H Roberts.
Volume 51: 1990: a tribute to Colin Gresham 1913 � 1989: Dr C A Gresham (1913 � 1989): a tribute and a bibliography, by A Lloyd Hughes; Sir John Wynn, historian, and the great Eifionydd feud, by C A Gresham; Notes on the above, by the Editor; Highgate and the Lloyds of Llanystumdwy, by C A Gresham; Notes on the above, by the Editor.
Volume 52/53: 1991 - 1992: O gwmpas Bangor, gan Melville Richards a Bedwyr Lewis Jones; Lloyd George and the Caernarfon Boroughs election of 1892, by J Graham Jones; adeiladu capel yn Arfon, 1800 - 1914, gan Alwyn Roberts; The problems of the Caernarfon Union Workhouse from 1846 � 1930, by Jean Lindsay; On active service: the war diary of a Caernarfonshire quarryman, by Eric Jones and David Evans; John Williams (1760 � 1826), manuscript and book collector, by S I Wicklen; Oxford undergraduates in nineteenth century Bangor, by M L Clarke; �Llandudno in Wonderland?�: the enigma of Lewis Carroll, by J B Edwards.
Volume 54 (1993): The Old Snowdon guides, by Dewi Jones; Dwr a llechi ym mhlwyf Llanllechid, Bethesda: agweddau ar ddatblygiad diwydiant yn Nyffryn Ogwen, gan J Ll Williams a D A Jenkins; Llandudno, a school and John Bright: an unexpected link?, by J B Edwards; The Impact of World War I on education in Caernarfonshire, by Jean Lindsay; Dau gywydd i�r Doctor Wiliam Glyn, gan A Cynfael Lake.
Volume 55 (1994): The Nineteenth-century parish of Llandudno, by Roger L Brown; Thomas Roberts (1760 - 1811): Caernarfon's first printer, 1796 - 1811, by S I Wicklen; Tair chwarel ym Mhlwyf Llanllechid, Bethesda, gan J Ll Williams a D A Jenkins; Crimean medals: a museum note, by John Ellis Jones; "Closing the stable door after the horse has bolted", by Glynne Roberts
Volume 56 (1995): A Ring cairn in Caernarfonshire, by R H Roberts; Llywelyn's Hall, Conwy, by M A Mason; The Church of St John the Baptist, Ysbyty Ifan, by Edward J J Davies; Eminent Victorians: the Turner brothers at Caernarfon; Clwydfardd and Caernarfon, by David Griffith; Rhai nodiadau ychwanegol ar Chwarel Bryn Hafod y Wern, gan J Ll Williams a D A Jenkins
Volume 57 (1996): Thomas Williams yr anterliwtiwr (1689 - 1763), by Dafydd Glyn Jones; Erlynwyr a throseddwyr yn Sir Gaernarfon, 1730 - 1830, gan Glyn Parry; Tair chwarel ym mhlwyf Llanllechid, Bethesda, gan J Ll Williams a D A Jenkins; Twthill, the Ragged School of Caernarfon, 1890 - 1898, by Jean Lindsay; Landlordism: the second Lord Penrhyn and the Royal Commission on Land in Wales and Monmouthshire, by E H Douglas-Pennant.
Volume 58 (1997): St Catherine's Church, Cricieth, by M A Ward; Madog ap Llywelyn: the revolt of 1294-5 in Caernarfonshire, by A D Carr; Richard Hughes, Cefnllanfair: courtier and poet, by Nesta Lloyd; Crefydd ac addysg yn ardal Pentir a Rhiwlas ger Bangor, 1750-1900, gan R O Roberts.
Volume 59 (1998): A Kind of Sheffield of the Stone Age: Samuel Hazeldine Warren's excavations of a Neolithic axe factory on the Graiglwyd, Penmaenmawr, 1912-1921, by John Llywelyn Williams; The Penrhyn estate 1760-1997: the Pennants and the Douglas-Pennants, by E H Douglas-Pennant; The Doctor and the guide: two Snowdonia plant-hunters, by Dewi Jones; Crefydd ac addysg yn ardal Pentir a Rhiwlas ger Bangor, 1750-1900, II, gan R O Roberts; Lloyd George, Caernarfon Boroughs and Manchester East, by J Graham Jones.
Volume 60 (1999): The contribution of the Dean of Bangor, the Very Reverend H T Edwards, to the provision of secondary and higher education in Wales, by B L Davies; The Exploitation of Pearls from the Conwy and other welsh rivers, by John Lucey; Mair Eluned Lloyd George (1890-1907), by J Graham Jones; Gladstone, Lloyd George and the Gladstone Rock, by C J Williams; William Williams and �William Trotter�, by Dafydd Glyn Jones; Capel, festri ac ysgol ym Mrynaerau, by Twm Prys Jones; Aberconwy Castle: a case of medieval persuasion, by A Bryan.
Volume 61 (2000): The Black Death in Caernarvonshire, by A D Carr; Caernarfon and the origins of the Kingdoms of Gwynedd, by Richard White; Rescue excavations at 29 High Street, Caernarfon, by D M T Longley; Caernarvonshire and the Education Act of 1870, by Allan Fletcher; The Second Lord Penrhyn and local government, by E H Douglas Pennant; "Feed My Lambs": an account of child poverty in North Wales in the late Victorian era, by Jean Lindsay; Vaunting and disrespectful notion: Charles Mercier's portrait of the Penrhyn Quarry Committee and Lord Penrhyn, by David Gwyn; The Earl Lloyd George of Dwyfor, A J Sylvester and the Caernarfon Boroughs vacancy of 1945, by J Graham Jones.
Volume 62 (2001): John Morgan 1743-1801: Curad Llanberis 1772-1801, gan T M Bassett a H G Williams; George Twisleton 1617/8-1667, by Aaron Cadwaladr Evans; Bishop's Palace, Gogarth, Llandudno: report on 1997 and 1998 excavation and recording work, by Andrew Davidson; Resistance to enclosure: the Moel Tryfan Commons, by David Gwyn.
Volume 63 (2002): Garreg
Fawr, Waunfawr, by Glenys Jones Walters; "Llwyddiant
i Etifedd Meillionydd", gan Trefor M Owen; An Early
high-pressure steam engine at Hafodlas Quarry, Nantlle,
by David Gwyn; Band Llanrug: y blynyddoedd cynnar, gan Dafydd
Whiteside Thomas; Sir Henry Lewis (1847-1923), by J Gwynn
Williams; Labour's victory in Caernarvonshire: Goronwy Roberts
and the General Election of 1945, by Emyr Price.
Volume 64 (2003): Teyrnged
i T M Bassett, MA, gan H G Williams; Ar drywydd y "bigel
phyrnig" - golwg ar fywyd a gwaith Morys Clynnog, gan
Angharad Price; Travellers to Llanrwst and its vicinity
1750 - 1821, including T B Macaulay as a Reluctant Student,
by Peter Howell Williams; Cyfenwau Gogledd Orllewin Cymru
yn 1841, gan Maredudd ap Rheinallt; Dyfyniad o Atgofion
Griffith Wynn Jones, Rhosgadfan, gan R Arwel Jones; Edward
Jones, Ciando, Rhiwlas a Bethel, Arfon, gan R O Roberts;
Ychydig gofnodion o lyfrau nodiadau Dr William Michael Williams,
Penmachno, 1881 - 1913, gan Vivian Parry Williams; A Letter
from Lloyd George, by J Graham Jones; Labour's breakthrough
in Caernarfon County in 1922: the election of R T Jones
to Westminster, by Emyr Price; Copec a Bangor: arbrawf mewn
Cristnogaeth Ymarferol, gan Robert Pope; Reviews
Volume 65 (2004): Annual
report; Editor's note; Teyrnged i Bryn Parry, MA, DAA, gan
J Gwynn Williams; Teyrnged i Elfyn Wigley, BA, FSAA, FLTMA,
gan Geraint Jones; A Survey of prehistoric funerary and
ritual sites in north and west Gwynedd and west Conwy, 2001
- 3, by George Smith; The Bull's Head, Aber: a Caernarvonshire
coaching inn, by William Strange; Howell Harris in Caernarvonshire,
by Geraint Tudur; Copor a llechi: ffens llechi Thomas Williams
yn Bisham, gan Dafydd Roberts; The Dinorwig Quarry Hospital
surgeons, by Edward Davies; "Auntie Pollie": Mrs
Mary Ellen Davies (1861 - 1909), sister of Lloyd George,
by J Graham Jones; R Tudur Jones (1921 - 1998): annibynnwr,
hanesydd a chenedlaetholwr, gan Robert Pope; Review article,
by Dafydd Wigley; Reviews.
Volume 66 (2005) A punch bowl in the ceramic collection of the University of Wales, Bangor : vanished dreams of military glory and the reality of eighteenth century recruitment / Jones, John Ellis.
From the Neolithic to nonconformity : J. E. Lloyd and the History of Caernarfonshire / Pryce, Huw. 2005
Further light on the building of Llanrwst Bridge / Pritchard, Telfryn. Penrhynism : the second Lord Pehnryn and trade unionism / Douglas-Pennant, Edmund. Siôn Gwerthyr / Harri, Parri. The fate of the paupers : life in the Bangor and Beaumaris Union Workhouse 1845-71 / Jones, David Llewelyn. The last months of David Lloyd George, September 1944 - March 1945 / Jones, John Graham. W. J. Parry, Coetmar Hall, Bethesda : portread o gyfrifydd, masnachwr a hapfasnachwr Cymreig yn negawdau olaf y bedwaredd ganrif ar bymtheg / Williams, John Llewelyn.
Volume 67 (2006)
Volume 68 (2007) A letter from Dame Margaret / Jones, J. Graham. Bodfel, Barbados and slavery / Williams, J. Dilwyn. Dr. Thomas Jones CH (1870-1955) and the death of David Lloyd George / Jones, J. Graham. Maurice Griffin (?-1558), Esgob Rochester / Davies, Gareth Alban. The correspondence of R. C. Trench, Penrhyn estate agent, and Lady Penrhyn 1904-05 / Lindsay, Jean. The Penyrorsedd Quarry Hospital / Davies, Edward.
Volume 69 (2008) Casglu tystiolaeth o enwau lleoedd / Carr, Glenda. Lloyd George's diary for 1885 / Jones, John Graham. Lloyd George, the Caernarfon boroughs and 1931 / Jones, John Graham. Llunio ewyllysiau yn y Gymraeg yn Sir Gaernarfon, 1600-1858 [Welsh language wills in Caernarvonshire] / Morgan, Gerald. William Ellis Williams, pioneer of electrical engineering at Bangor / Owens, Alwyn.