© Philip Edwards 2021
Mrs. Morgan’s Tour of Milford Haven. 1791.
The Testament of Frances Warlow:- National Museum of Wales.
The Chapels of Dinas Cross. http://daibach-welldigger.blogspot.com
The Great Storm of 1859. Phil Caradice. Bcc.co.uk
Maids when you’re young:- The Dubliners.
God Speed the Plough :- Traditional.
Love Divine by Charles Wesley.
Thanks to Morwen and Tamar, (In and out the dusty bluebells & Maids when you’re young.)
Pat ( The Farmer’s Toast.)
Me (Speed the plough.)
John and Sheila, Grave-hunters.
An extra special thank you to Mr. Rex Harries of Castle Terrace of Dinas, Pembrokeshire. He has spent many years recording the history of the Dinas Cross area and of Cwmyreglwys churchyard.
He has confirmed for me that a lady called Rebecca William was indeed buried on November 20th 1809.
He has also spent time mapping the churchyard at Cwmyreglwys. Rebecca’s (Rebekha’s) grave isn’t there.