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    The Gwyns of Gwempa

    The Gwyns came to Gwempa around the beginning of the seventeenth century. After four generations, complications arose involving an heir’s premature death, a grandfather’s Will and an unwilling eldest grandson. An Act of Parliament was needed to ratify the succession. Thomas Gwyn, by then married to Elizabeth Middleton, inherited the Estate along with considerable financial responsibilities.

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    The Home Farm Mystery

    The history of Gorswen and Gorsddu on the Middleton Hall estate.

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    The Newlanders Cure

    The third part in the story of Sir William Vaughan, contemporary of Henry Middleton of Middleton Hall, and his exploits in Newfoundland

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    Carmarthenshire Outdoor Schools: Year 2

    After the success of the first year of Carmarthenshire Outdoor Schools we have opened the scheme to other schools in the county and we have 8 schools that are looking to get involved in the 2016/17 academic year! These schools have been invited to meet with our pilot schools that will now be acting as…

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    Sir William Vaughan : The Colonisation of Newfoundland

    Further consideration of Sir William Vaughan, neighbour and contemporary of Henry Middleton of Middleton Hall, and his exploits in Newfoundland

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    The disappearance of the old mansion

    The Middleton Estate passed from the Middleton Family into the Gwyn Family, the old Middleton Hall mansion was abandoned, and William Paxton conceived his vision of a new Middleton Hall on a new site, with landscaped gardens and lakes…..

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