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General Bibliography: online resources  (matches: 72 - displaying first 10 only)

   ... page lists the relevant articles on the Welsh Journals Online website and links to The Cambrian web...

   ...Places page for specific articles on the Welsh in Ohio. General 'Eisteddfodau America', Y ...

   .... 1931, p.26 - article only available in Welsh. 'Technoleg gydnaws â Christnogaeth',...

   ...l 1985, p.17 - article only available in Welsh. Eirlys M. Barker, 'Pryce Hughes of Llanllugan a...

   ...5), pp.28-48 - article only available in Welsh. Henry Blackwell, 'Biographica et bibliographica...

   ...ed T. Davies, 'The influence of the Welsh in America', Welsh Outlook , Vol.15, no.8 (Augus...

   ...influence of the Welsh in America', Welsh Outlook , Vol.15, no.8 (August 1928), pp.230-232. H.M...

   ...tates of America during the 1790s', Welsh History Review , Vol.15, no.3 (June 1991), pp.368-398...

   .... W. Ll. Davies, 'A bibliography of Welsh Americana', National Library of Wales journal , ...

   ...l 1999, p.12 - article only available in Welsh. H. N. Jerman, 'Lewis Evans, map-maker', Na...

   ...173-4. E. D. Jones, 'Manuscripts of Welsh-American interest in the National Library of Wales�...

Allen County, Ohio  (matches: 13 - displaying first 10 only)

   ...edd Gomer Links Moving to the County The Welsh began to buy land and settle in Allen County in the 1...

   ...Creek Township, became a destination for Welsh settlers from all corners of America and Wales. Later...

   ... into one of the county's principal Welsh communities. The Notebook of Iorthryn Gwynedd Between...

   ...he development of the country and on the Welsh communities: NLW 9521A: America neu Amrywiaeth o Nodi...

   ...les-Ohio Project. Browse the manuscript (Welsh; some English pages) >> On his journey through ...

   ...d the information he collected about the Welsh community at Sugar Creek in his little red book. Turn...

   ...manuscript to see: Notes on Sugar Creek (Welsh) >> "Brâs-Ddarlun o'r Sefydliad...

   ...reek, Allen Co. O" (A sketch of the Welsh settlements at Sugar Creek, Allen Co. O) (Welsh) >...

   ...ettlements at Sugar Creek, Allen Co. O) (Welsh) >> He also wrote general notes on Allen County...

   ...is translation of page 35 : Notes on the Welsh Settlements in Allen Co. 1. It is good flat wooded la...

   .... Jones is the old minister. Whole page (Welsh) >> Gomer One of the largest Welsh communities ...

Butler County, Ohio  (matches: 38 - displaying first 10 only)

   ...utler County Paddy's Run: the first Welsh community in Ohio On this page: Paddy's Run: the...

   ...n this page: Paddy's Run: the first Welsh community in Ohio The early years The community'...

   ...d in Ohio General bibliography Links The Welsh community in Paddy's Run was established by Ezek...

   ...ia, to join them and this small group of Welsh people lived in Blue Rock Creek until it was possible...

   ...ge on the right to see a clip of it on a Welsh-language television program called "Twrio" ...

   ...vision program called "Twrio" (Welsh only) >> Three children were born to Edward and...

   ...uot;This valley is superb land, and the hills full of wood and stones. Nearly every homestead has fl...

   ...uot; Yr American , p.21 Soon after, more Welsh people came to the Paddy's Run area and bought l...

   ...described some of the other problems the Welsh community in Paddy's Run had to face. But in spi...

   ...ut in spite of all the difficulties, the Welsh were quite lucky on the whole because land in the Pad...

   ...m around 1818 onwards a steady stream of Welsh people from Montgomeryshire and South Meirionethshire...

Cuyahoga County, Ohio  (matches: 6)

   ...nes noted that there were a multitude of Welsh people there and by 1872 about 400 were living in the...

   ...the factories drew them to the city. Two Welsh churches were established in Cleveland during the 187...

   ...in Hanes Cymry America (A History of the Welsh in America) >> Digitized materials held at NLW ...

   ... emigrants &c Two letters written in Welsh, dated 24 July and 25 December 1879, from T. Evans, C...

   ...rystwyth, 1837), p.22 (Only available in Welsh) R. D. Thomas, Hanes Cymry America (A History of the ...

   ...s, Hanes Cymry America (A History of the Welsh in America) (Utica, 1872), pp.115 - 117 The book also...

Delaware County, Ohio  (matches: 25 - displaying first 10 only)

   ...The first pioneers 1804 - establishing a Welsh community in Radnor The settlement's development...

   ...l Bibliography Links Buying land A young Welshman called David Pugh was the first pioneer of the Wel...

   ... David Pugh was the first pioneer of the Welsh settlement in Radnor. He arrived in America in 1801 a...

   ...(English) >> 1804 - establishing a Welsh community in Radnor David Pugh was the one responsibl...

   ...'s development "There are more Welsh people here than anywhere else in Ohio. The land is s...

   ...rted again from around 1818 onwards. The Welsh flocked to this area because the land was so fertile....

   ...hows how it was possible for an ordinary Welshman such as himself to succeed very soon after arrivin...

   ...uade his friends to emigrate to America (Welsh; English translation) >> By the fifties this wa...

   ...there were chapels and churches there by Welsh Churchgoers, Baptists, Wesleyans and Congregationalis...

   ...Radnor (English) >> Troedrhiwdalar Welsh people from Brecknockshire were drawn to this agricul...

   ...e same community. It is believed that 50 Welsh people were living in Troedrhiwdalar in 1842 and acco...

Hamilton County, Ohio  (matches: 25 - displaying first 10 only)

   ...re drawn to the city and there were many Welsh people among them. When Y Teithiwr Americanaidd (The ...

   ...veler) was published in 1837, around 400 Welsh people lived in Cincinnati according to the author, t...

   ...y must have appealed to many prospective Welsh emigrants who dreamt of working in such a city. There...

   ...wage could be earned. The only problem a Welsh person could face would be trying to find work and ac...

   ...ely after arriving. "There are many Welsh people from Llanbrynmair, Maldwyn and Cardigan in thi...

   ...t. Read his comments about the city, the Welsh people living there and the churches of the Congregat...

   ...sts and the Wesleyans (only available in Welsh) >> The Welsh Congregationalist Church, Lawrenc...

   ...s (only available in Welsh) >> The Welsh Congregationalist Church, Lawrence Street Iorthryn Gw...

   ... to publish a book on the history of the Welsh in America ( Hanes Cymry America ) and in it we are g...

   ...ice. Iorthryn Gwynedd estimated that the Welsh population of the city was around 2,000 in 1872. Digi...

   ..., Columbus and Portsmouth (1843 - 1852) (Welsh) >> "Am quite at home here & feel just...

Jackson and Gallia Counties, Ohio  (matches: 127 - displaying first 10 only)

   ...nties, Ohio On this page: "The 1818 Welsh" - The Early Pioneers Emigrating on a large scal...

   ...ing one of the most populated and famous Welsh communities in America began in 1818, when six extend...

   ... search of a better life. "The 1818 Welsh" settled in southeast Ohio and for many years af...

   ...rom the mid 1830s onwards, more and more Welsh people were drawn to the counties of Jackson and Gall...

   ...t there was a community of 4,000 - 6,000 Welsh people there. "The 1818 Welsh" - The Early ...

   ...6,000 Welsh people there. "The 1818 Welsh" - The Early Pioneers "The Ship", Penn...

   ...fter a voyage of 7 weeks and 6 days, the Welsh must have been extremely glad when the ship landed in...

   ...d his company intended to join the other Welsh people from Llanbryn-mair in Paddy's Run, in wes...

   ...d another long journey of 500 miles. The Welsh traveled in wagons to Pittsburgh and then onwards in ...

   ...ose or they became loose in a storm. The Welsh feared that they had lost everything but it seems tha...

   ...point in the story of the "the 1818 Welsh" and a milestone in the history of the emigratin...

Licking County, Ohio  (matches: 53 - displaying first 10 only)

   ...g County, Ohio Granville, Newark and the Welsh Hills On this page: Land purchase The growth of the W...

   ...y, Ohio Granville, Newark and the Welsh Hills On this page: Land purchase The growth of the Welsh co...

   ...is page: Land purchase The growth of the Welsh community in Licking County The Welsh Chapels and Chu...

   ...he Welsh community in Licking County The Welsh Chapels and Churches of Licking County Digitized mate...

   ...and his family were ready to move to the Welsh Hills and start farming there. Further information ab...

   ... family were ready to move to the Welsh Hills and start farming there. Further information about The...

   ... Phillips can be found in History of the Welsh settlements in Licking County by Isaac Smucker. The g...

   ...unty by Isaac Smucker. The growth of the Welsh community in Licking County "It is an excellent ...

   ...Teithiwr Americanaidd , p.22 A number of Welsh settlers were attracted to the area in the years that...

   ...ere are believed to have been almost 800 Welsh settlers in the Welsh Hills. The names of the first W...

   ...ve been almost 800 Welsh settlers in the Welsh Hills. The names of the first Welsh settlers to move ...

Mahoning County, Ohio  (matches: 14 - displaying first 10 only)

   ...reek Digitized Materials Youngstown Many Welsh people were drawn to the town of Youngstown in the se...

   ...iron works. It is believed that over 800 Welsh people lived in the area in 1872 and this figure incr...

   ...ee Hanes Cymry America (A History of the Welsh in America) by R. D. Thomas for more information >...

   ...Thomas for more information >> The Welsh convened to hold successful eisteddfodau in Youngstow...

   ... one of the most important events of the Welsh calendar, at the end of the nineteenth century, was t...

   ...h century, was the annual reunion of the Welsh Pioneers Association of Trumbull and Mahoning Countie...

   ...e local coal-mine - was one of the first Welshmen to settle here. The settlement gradually developed...

   ...ped and by 1872 it is estimated that 250 Welsh people had made their home in the area. For more info...

   ...to Hanes Cymry America (A History of the Welsh in America) >> Digitized Materials NLW 21578E: ...

   ...aterials NLW 21578E: The Register of the Welsh Pioneers of Trumbull and Mahoning Counties (1898 - 19...

   ...ning Counties (1898 - 1922) (English and Welsh) NLW 21577E: The Minute Book of the Welsh Pioneers As...

Meigs County, Ohio  (matches: 8)

   ... in Y Drych on 8 October 1908, the first Welsh people to move to the Jefferson and Pomeroy area were...

   ...e following decade, more and more of the Welsh were drawn to Pomeroy by the work opportunities offer...

   ...r chapel was built by the Baptists . The Welsh settled in Minersville and Syracuse as well, as there...

   ...; W. G. Morgan noted that nearly all the Welsh had moved away from this area by the beginning of the...

   ... Hanes Cymry America (the History of the Welsh in America) (Utica, 1872), pp. 124 - 127. Materials d...

   ...als digitized in Ohio Record book of The Welsh Congregational Conference of Southern Ohio (Y Gymanfa...

   ...ymanfa), 1871-1975 [parts in English and Welsh ] Manuscript material belonging to David J. Morgan of...

   ...y, Ohio, 1835-1859 [parts in English and Welsh ] General Bibliography W. G. Morgan, 'Pomeroy 50...

Portage County, Ohio  (matches: 8)

   ...Parisville It is believed that the first Welshman to settle in the Palmyra area came from Dihewyd pa...

   ... from $30 and $50 an acre for them. Some Welshmen discovered 3 foot veins of block coal near Palmyra...

   ...Y Cyfaill o'r Hen Wlad , 200 to 300 Welsh families were living in the Palmyra area in 1840 and ...

   ... Eurgrawn Wesleyaidd in 1843, around 900 Welsh people were living there. R. D. Thomas ('Iorthry...

   ...rthryn Gwynedd') estimated that the Welsh population in Parisville was about 400 in 1872. The C...

   ...in Hanes Cymry America (A History of the Welsh in America) by R. D. Thomas >> Digitized Materi...

   ... Hanes Cymry America (the History of the Welsh in America) (Utica, 1872), pp. 123 - 125 General Bibl...

   ...fydliadau Cymreig yn America', (the Welsh institutions in America) Yr Eurgrawn Wesleyaidd (1843...

Trumbull County, Ohio  (matches: 12 - displaying first 10 only)

   ...ineral Ridge and Niles Mineral Ridge The Welsh started to settle in this area around 1847. R. D. Tho...

   ...in Hanes Cymry America (A History of the Welsh in America) that there were two blast furnaces and fi...

   ...lmines in the area in 1872 and that many Welshmen were contractors and managers there. He also estim...

   ...nagers there. He also estimated that the Welsh population there was approximately 500 at the time. N...

   .... Niles It is not known when exactly the Welsh moved to Niles but it is believed that around 300 liv...

   ...rship in a schoolhouse in the town and a Welsh Congregationalist Church was established there in 185...

   ...d at NLW NLW 21578E: The Register of the Welsh Pioneers of Trumbull and Mahoning Counties (1898 - 19...

   ...ning Counties (1898 - 1922) (English and Welsh) NLW 21577E: Minute book of the Welsh Pioneers Associ...

   ...nd Welsh) NLW 21577E: Minute book of the Welsh Pioneers Association of Trumbull and Mahoning Countie...

   ...and Mahoning Counties, Ohio (1895-1905) (Welsh; English newspaper cuttings) Program (1975) NLW 5631B...

   ...>> Fifty-Sixth Annual Gymanfa Ganu Welsh Hymn Festival: The Niles Gymanfa Ganu Association Nil...

Tuscarawas County  (matches: 3)

   ... At present no materials relating to the Welsh in Tuscarawas County have been digitized as part of t...

   ...es-Ohio Project. Patti Feller, 'The Welsh in Tuscarawas County, Ohio' (2009) Jeremia Reeve...

   ...e very proud of it. There are many proud Welsh descendents in Tuscarawas County. Many of their ances...

Van Wert County, Ohio  (matches: 7)

   ... ( Courtesy of Kristina Kuhn Krumm) Some Welsh families had probably settled in Van Wert County in t...

   ...tands today. There is mention of another Welsh family who settled in south Van Wert too, the Prys fa...

   ...he Prys family, who moved there from the Welsh Hills in Licking County . The Rev. J. P. Morgan publi...

   ... family, who moved there from the Welsh Hills in Licking County . The Rev. J. P. Morgan published an...

   ...Morgan published an early history of the Welsh settlement in Van Wert County in an article published...

   ...no paths or roads, but despite that, the Welsh were ready to brave the difficulties and buy land in ...

   ...unty. Venedocia The history of the first Welsh settlement in the county begins in 1848 with the adve...

Gomer, Ohio  (matches: 44 - displaying first 10 only)

   ... to edit On this page: Land purchase The Welsh Pioneers Leatherwood Hardship A destination for settl...

   ...s from Montgomeryshire The growth of the Welsh community at Gomer House building Worship Josiah Jone...

   ... Ohio Land purchase In March 1833, three Welshmen traveled 140 miles from Paddy's Run to see wh...

   ...h their families - six months later. The Welsh Pioneers Thomas and Jane Evans Watkins Thomas Watkins...

   ...icholas and David Roberts were the first Welsh pioneers to settle in this part of the state of Ohio,...

   ...There are believed to have been about 15 Welsh families at Sugar Creek by 1836. This was the beginni...

   ...as the beginning of the steady stream of Welsh settlers moving into the area. The inhabitants of Pad...

   ...nhabitants of Paddy's Run and other Welsh communities in America came to hear of the new commun...

   ...imated that there were between 40 and 50 Welsh families in the Putnam and Van Wert areas and that mo...

   ... of homesteads in the area (available in Welsh only) >> Leatherwood Leatherwood Some of the We...

   ...> Leatherwood Leatherwood Some of the Welsh settled in the Leatherwood area, about three miles we...

Venedocia, Ohio  (matches: 25 - displaying first 10 only)

   ...st three families The Development of the Welsh Community The Present Digitized materials held at NLW...

   ...et sail with their families and 60 other Welsh emigrants and landed safely in New York six weeks and...

   ...cultivation. This was the nucleus of the Welsh settlement and the town known today as Venedocia. Lif...

   ...stands today - and it was there that the Welsh went to buy and sell, but they had to travel through ...

   ...scribing their living conditions and the Welsh community in the area. Click here to read William and...

   ...illiam and Margaret Bebb's letters (Welsh; English translation available) >> The Developm...

   ...ailable) >> The Development of the Welsh Community Very soon, more people came to settle in th...

   ...ettle in the Venedocia area. Some of the Welsh settlers who moved there were: Montgomeryshire : Thom...

   ...argaret Bebb in 1850 (NLW 6174D), twelve Welsh families were living in the vicinity and the populati...

   ...me Hanes Cymry America (A History of the Welsh in America) was published in 1872. "It is a wood...

   ...t; Hanes Cymru America (A History of the Welsh in America) , p.111 It was the quality of the land th...

Audio and Video  (matches: 10)

   ...e images below to watch the video clips (Welsh only): Elizabeth describes her first visit to Ohio (0...

   ... HTV The local choir learning to sing in Welsh! (2\\\'35") © HTV \',\'en\')\"> The local c...

   ...)\"> The local choir learning to sing in Welsh! (2\'35") © HTV Welsh-American Heritage Mus...

   ... sing in Welsh! (2\'35") © HTV Welsh-American Heritage Museum of Oak Hill and Elizabeth\\\...

   ...ge Museum of Oak Hill and Elizabeth\\\'s Welsh class (0\\\'33") © HTV \',\'en\')\"> Welsh-...

   ...(0\\\'33") © HTV \',\'en\')\"> Welsh-American Heritage Museum of Oak Hill and Elizabeth\'s...

   ...tage Museum of Oak Hill and Elizabeth\'s Welsh class (0\'33") © HTV Twrio A shoemaker'...

   ...below to watch 3 clips from the program (Welsh; some English in third video clip): Shandon and Edwar...

   ...quot;Beti a'i Phobol" program (Welsh only): Anne Kelly Knowles discusses Benjamin Chidlaw ...

   ...es Benjamin Chidlaw and his handbook for Welsh settlers, Yr American . Clip 1 (By permission of BBC ...

Wales-Ohio Digital Library  (matches: 2)

   ...(all) Ohio digital collection (all) Ohio/Welsh-American Heritage Museum, Oak Hill Ohio/Welsh Communi...

   ...-American Heritage Museum, Oak Hill Ohio/Welsh Community Museum, Gomer Ohio/Ohio Historical Society ...

Digital Library  (matches: 53 - displaying first 10 only)

   ... Roberts, a member of the first group of Welsh settlers which emigrated to Ohio in 1795. Transcript ...

   ...e Oak Hill area, Jackson County, and the Welsh pioneers who founded them. 1980 (170 images) Evan E. ...

   ... Our Heritage: Early History of Tyn Rhos Welsh Congregational Church and its neighborhood (1979) A b...

   ...oklet on the history of Tyn Rhos and the Welsh community in the Oak Hill neighborhood, Jackson Count...

   ...el Roberts. Ezekiel Hughes was the first Welshman to buy land in Ohio. Transcript available. 1882 Re...

   ...in Newtown. Ezekiel Hughes was the first Welshman to buy land in Ohio. 1786 Reference:NLW Misc. Reco...

   ...s, Hanes Cymry America (A History of the Welsh in America) (Utica, 1872) [English translation] The f...

   ...st attempt to recount the history of the Welsh in the United States. The volume also includes useful...

   ...out the voyage and information about the Welsh press and its publications in America. The state of O...

   ...tates useful for immigrants Notes on the Welsh settlements of Ohio, by R. D. Thomas (\'Iorthryn Gwyn...

   ...] (Utica, 1869) The history of the first Welsh pioneers to settle in southeast Ohio as well as the c...

The Welsh in Ohio  (matches: 22 - displaying first 10 only)

   ... The Welsh in Ohio Cliciwch i olygu Cliciwch i olygu The Welsh in Ohio (a) The Ship Inn, Pennant, in...

   ...io Cliciwch i olygu Cliciwch i olygu The Welsh in Ohio (a) The Ship Inn, Pennant, in the parish of C...

   ...) Adapted from Early History of Tyn Rhos Welsh Congregational Church and Its Neighborhood by Evan E ...

   ...borhood by Evan E Davis (1979) The first Welsh people to settle in Gallia and Jackson counties arriv...

   .... During the 30s and 40s a Great Wave of Welsh people, over 3,000 immigrants, arrived from the paris...

   ...ome from other parts of Wales. The first Welsh settlers were lead by John Jones, of Tirbach, owner o...

   ...milies are referred to as the "1818 Welsh", and they influenced other families from Wales ...

   ... state of the area carried home by other Welsh people who visited them. (c) Adapted from Industrial ...

   ...of the world of industry in Oak Hill was Welsh. The first Welsh settlers arrived in Gallipolis, Gall...

   ...ndustry in Oak Hill was Welsh. The first Welsh settlers arrived in Gallipolis, Gallia County, Ohio i...

   ...were not all successful in business. The Welsh established three iron furnaces in the county, called...

Emigration  (matches: 2)

   ...g questions: 1. What was the name of the Welsh town where ships were calling? 2. What were the names...

   ...ttlement | Two impressions of Ohio | The Welsh in Ohio ...

Settlement  (matches: 1)

   ...ttlement | Two impressions of Ohio | The Welsh in Ohio ...

Two impressions of Ohio  (matches: 8)

   ...can ','en')"> Yr American There are many Welsh people living in the state of Ohio. People constantly...

   ...ist in Ohio. (b) Adapted from History of Welsh Settlements in Jackson and Gallia Counties by the Rev...

   ...e Rev. William R Evans (1896) History of Welsh Settlements in Jackson and Gallia Counties ','en')"> ...

   ...and Gallia Counties ','en')"> History of Welsh Settlements in Jackson and Gallia Counties The first ...

   ...in Jackson and Gallia Counties The first Welsh settlers in this area arrived from Cilcennin in Cered...

   ...s selling land for $1.25 an acre, so the Welsh decided to settle in the area. Each family picked som...

   ...king Valley. Trees covered the land, the Welsh were not used to felling trees, and it was hard work ...

   ...ttlement | Two impressions of Ohio | The Welsh in Ohio ...

Background  (matches: 9)

   ...le from rural Wales. Around 2,500 - 3000 Welsh people emigrated from Cardiganshire (now Ceredigion) ...

   ...d 1850. By 1850 there were almost 30,000 Welsh people living in the United States of America, with a...

   ...io. Over the next 40 years the number of Welsh people in the United States of America trebled to 100...

   ... - Cincinnati and Columbus . Many of the Welsh began to settle in groups, creating Welsh areas in Oh...

   ...elsh began to settle in groups, creating Welsh areas in Ohio, preserving Welsh traditions, and conti...

   ...creating Welsh areas in Ohio, preserving Welsh traditions, and continuing to speak Welsh for a long ...

   ...elsh traditions, and continuing to speak Welsh for a long time. Many descendants of the nineteenth-c...

   ... live in Ohio today. The majority of the Welsh people who emigrated to Ohio during the first half of...

   ...and information about the history of the Welsh settlers in Ohio, and they will help you to understan...

Emigration: transcript of digital story (1)  (matches: 5)

   ...gration: Leaving Wales A great number of Welsh emigrants sailed from Liverpool to New York or Philad...

   ...elled cross country but many went to the Welsh ports in the first place and then they would take one...

   ...efore setting off it's best for the Welsh to prepare bread, and oatmeal, butter, cheese and mea...

   ...most famous officer who used to help the Welsh was called N M Jones, but everyone called him y Cymro...

   ...yone called him y Cymro Gwyllt (the Wild Welshman). He had people helping him all over the country t...

Emigration: transcript of digital story (3)  (matches: 3)

   ...e story of the journey of the "1818 Welsh" is still told today. This is a story of a group...

   ...of a little girl at sea - the "1818 Welsh" landed in Chesapeake Bay. They then proceeded i...

   ...chards or John W. Jones in New York, the Welsh could reach the end of their journey in safety. Emigr...

Life in Wales: transcript of digital story (1)  (matches: 7)

   ...strial towns, Wales changed from being a Welsh-speaking country to be bilingual, the population grew...

   ...are the background to the history of the Welsh emigration to Ohio from 1818 until the end of the cen...

   ...percent of the population of Wales spoke Welsh as their first language, with a large proportion of t...

   ...large proportion of these being monoglot Welsh speakers. By the end of the century, and the first la...

   ...in 1891, about half the population spoke Welsh. During this period there was a growth in the Welsh l...

   ...ng this period there was a growth in the Welsh language press, with periodicals and newspapers publi...

   ... periodicals and newspapers published in Welsh. The nineteenth century was also a period of great ch...

Life in Wales: transcript of digital story (2)  (matches: 5)

   ...on in the lives of all the people of the Welsh countryside. Also in almost every one of the areas wh...

   ...tial individuals leading them. The first Welsh people to reach Jackson and Gallia counties in southe...

   ...d they are still referred to as the 1818 Welsh. By writing home the emigrants succeeded in influenci...

   ...n the years that followed, more and more Welsh people emigrated from the industrial areas to work in...

   ...rom the industrial areas shows that more Welsh people left during adverse periods in the iron and co...

Life in Wales: transcript of digital story (3)  (matches: 3)

   ...er hand had neither land nor vote, spoke Welsh and were chapel-goers. Poverty was common among the t...

   ... these may well have influenced the 1818 Welsh and a number of other Welsh people as they decided wh...

   ...ced the 1818 Welsh and a number of other Welsh people as they decided whether they wanted to emigrat...

Religion and culture: transcript of digital story (1)  (matches: 8)

   ... was central to the lives of many of the Welsh who went to America and they must have felt a great l...

   ...a great longing to be able to worship in Welsh, because soon after arriving they set about holding f...

   ...Thomas Watkins's barn. Before long, Welsh settlers in every part of the state were to be seen b...

   ...in and grand churches for the use of the Welsh were built the length and breadth of Ohio in rural ar...

   ...ad a horse and cart to carry them there. Welsh was the language of the services, the Sunday School a...

   ...nge for many years and in some districts Welsh only services were held until the beginning of the tw...

   ...of churches that were established by the Welsh in Ohio tells us a lot about their way of thinking an...

   ...ives and the church was the focus of the Welsh community everywhere. That is how things were back in...

Religion and culture: transcript of digital story (2)  (matches: 11 - displaying first 10 only)

   ... The Gymanfa Ganu and the Eisteddfod The Welsh took many important traditions with them across the A...

   ...n important event in the calendar of the Welsh in America and it drew people together to worship, so...

   ...o worship, socialise and celebrate their Welsh heritage. Ohio's first Gymanfa Ganu was held in ...

   ...ld throughout the state but by then less Welsh was being heard and before long they began to sing tr...

   ...adition of singing an occasional hymn in Welsh. Another tradition held by the Welsh in Ohio was the ...

   ... in Welsh. Another tradition held by the Welsh in Ohio was the Eisteddfod, which is a festival of so...

   ...llection of Eisteddfod programmes in The Welsh-American Heritage Museum in Oak Hill shows us how pop...

   ...how eager the settlers were to celebrate Welsh culture in another country. It is believed that the f...

   ...t of the social and cultural life of the Welsh in Ohio and they began to hold large and small Eisted...

   ...tracted an audience of 3,000 people! The Welsh usually came together to compete at Christmas time or...

   ...titions were essay writing and poetry in Welsh but later the music competitions became more and more...

Religion and culture: Worshipping (Exercise 2)  (matches: 3)

   ... this photograph. Question 2 Why did the Welsh settlers decide to hold services through the medium o...

   ...e to hold services through the medium of Welsh in Ohio? Question 3 The Welsh settlers built many cha...

   ... medium of Welsh in Ohio? Question 3 The Welsh settlers built many chapels in Ohio. What does this t...

Religion and culture: The Gymanfa Ganu and the Eisteddfod (Exercise 2)  (matches: 2)

   ...nfa Ganu such an important event for the Welsh in Ohio? Question 3 Why was less and less of the Wels...

   ... Question 3 Why was less and less of the Welsh language heard in the Gymanfa Ganu with time? Religio...

Settling down: transcript of digital story (1)  (matches: 11 - displaying first 10 only)

   ...ng down: The pioneers In 1795 a group of Welsh people from the Llanbryn-mair area of Montgomeryshire...

   ...d by doing so they established the first Welsh community in Ohio, Paddy's Run. Edward Bebb and ...

   ... establishment of Paddy's Run other Welsh communities were established in central Ohio, communi...

   ...in central Ohio, communities such as the Welsh Hills and Radnor for example. The first Welsh people ...

   ...ral Ohio, communities such as the Welsh Hills and Radnor for example. The first Welsh people to sett...

   ... Hills and Radnor for example. The first Welsh people to settle in Jackson and Gallia Counties in so...

   ...from the mid-1830s onwards more and more Welsh people were attracted to Jackson and Gallia counties ...

   ...south east Ohio. At about the same time, Welsh communities were also being established in the northw...

   ... and in Venedocia at the end of the 40s. Welsh people from Montgomeryshire and south Merionethshire ...

   ...in the nineteenth century, more and more Welsh people settled in industrial areas like Trumbull and ...

   ...century it is estimated that over 11,000 Welsh people had settled in Ohio. Settling down: The pionee...

Settling down: transcript of digital story (2)  (matches: 4)

   .... Yet this was not enough to prevent the Welsh from moving to the state. The fact that they could ow...

   ...hidlaw who wrote Yr American advised the Welsh against doing so and said that it would be better for...

   ...ude of difficulties that faced the early Welsh settlers and the fact that they did not have many res...

   ...nt in a comparatively short time and the Welsh communities developed into flourishing ones. As the p...

Settling down: Buying land (Exercise 2)  (matches: 1)

   ... kinds of problems and dangers faced the Welsh settlers on their farms in Ohio? Settling down: Buyin...

Settling down: transcript of digital story (3)  (matches: 8)

   ...down: Industry By the 1850s a great many Welsh settlers were doing quite well for themselves in sout...

   ...t straight through the land owned by the Welsh and this exciting new development provided them with ...

   ...outhern Ohio into Northern Kentucky. The Welsh soon realized that they had an opportunity to become ...

   ...estone. In addition to this, many of the Welsh already had experience of the iron industry therefore...

   ...ry skills to succeed. In 1854 a group of Welshmen from this area decided to build their own furnaces...

   ... the brick-making center of America. The Welsh who settled in this area were hard and industrious wo...

   ...surrounding area, providing work for the Welsh already there as well as immigrants from Wales and ot...

   ... other countries. They, along with other Welsh-Americans, made a notable contribution to the industr...

The Welsh in Ohio (Digital story)  (matches: 1)

   ... The Welsh in Ohio (Digital story) Click to edit Click to edit Story script Exercises When you have ...

The Welsh in Ohio (Exercise 1)  (matches: 2)

   ... The Welsh in Ohio (Exercise 1) Click to edit Click to edit Scroll down and click on a square for mo...

   ...re information about the photograph. The Welsh in Ohio - Digital story | Exercise 1 | Exercise 2 Top...

The Welsh in Ohio (Exercise 2)  (matches: 3)

   ... The Welsh in Ohio (Exercise 2) Click to edit Click to edit Study the photograph and answer the ques...

   ...istory research? Question 3 Why have the Welsh in Ohio established centers like these? The Welsh in ...

   ...Ohio established centers like these? The Welsh in Ohio - Digital story | Exercise 1 | Exercise 2 Top...

The Welsh in Ohio: transcript of digital story  (matches: 17 - displaying first 10 only)

   ... The Welsh in Ohio: transcript of digital story Click to edit Click to edit Print this page The Wels...

   ...o edit Click to edit Print this page The Welsh in Ohio Even though more than two hundred years have ...

   ... two hundred years have passed since the Welsh first set foot in Ohio the links between the old coun...

   ...ery effort to promote and maintain their Welsh traditions and ensure that the history of the Welsh e...

   ...tions and ensure that the history of the Welsh emigration is kept on record. By the 1970s family his...

   ...ngregational Church was converted into a Welsh-American Heritage Museum the first establishment of i...

   ...ned a museum dedicated to preserving the Welsh heritage of the area. The Welsh societies and clubs a...

   ...ving the Welsh heritage of the area. The Welsh societies and clubs across the state organize gatheri...

   ...s the state organize gatherings to bring Welsh Americans together for tea, a Welsh picnic or a noson...

   ...ring Welsh Americans together for tea, a Welsh picnic or a noson lawen, and of course to celebrate S...

   ...hio. In the mid 90s The Madog Center for Welsh Studies was established there to promote awareness of...

Education  (matches: 10)

   ...le from rural Wales. Around 2,500 - 3000 Welsh people emigrated from Cardiganshire (now Ceredigion) ...

   ...d 1850. By 1850 there were almost 30,000 Welsh people living in the United States of America, with a...

   ...io. Over the next 40 years the number of Welsh people in the United States of America trebled to 100...

   ... - Cincinnati and Columbus . Many of the Welsh began to settle in groups, creating Welsh areas in Oh...

   ...elsh began to settle in groups, creating Welsh areas in Ohio, preserving Welsh traditions, and conti...

   ...creating Welsh areas in Ohio, preserving Welsh traditions, and continuing to speak Welsh for a long ...

   ...elsh traditions, and continuing to speak Welsh for a long time. Many descendants of the nineteenth-c...

   ... live in Ohio today. The majority of the Welsh people who emigrated to Ohio during the first half of...

   ... important sources in the history of the Welsh settlers in Ohio, and they will help you to understan...

   ...n Settlement Two impressions of Ohio The Welsh in Ohio More information and sources can be found in ...

Evan and Elizabeth Davis  (matches: 27 - displaying first 10 only)

   ... Elizabeth is a native of Wales and is a Welsh-speaker. The first visit to Ohio (0\'45") ©...

   ...to Ohio in "Breuddwyd Pedair" (Welsh only) >> Evan is one of the descendants of the ...

   ...t; Evan is one of the descendants of the Welsh families who emigrated to Ohio in 1840 from the Cilce...

   ...ir tireless work to maintain and promote Welsh traditions in the Oak Hill area has won the couple gr...

   ... Our Heritage: early history of Tyn Rhos Welsh Congregational Church and its neighborhood In May 197...

   ...oak tree in memory of those enterprising Welsh settlers who emigrated from the area to south-east Oh...

   ...oklet on the history of Tyn Rhos and the Welsh community in the Oak Hill area to coincide with the c...

   ...consuming interest in the history of the Welsh settlers in the Oak Hill area. Tyn Rhos (1\'06")...

   ...he program "Breuddwyd Pedair" (Welsh only) >> Discussing emigrants\' letters (2\'09&...

   ...rants' letters on the same program (Welsh only). The choir (2\'35") © HTV Click on th...

   ...beth teaching the local choir to sing in Welsh (Welsh only) >> Oak Hill Welsh-American Heritag...

Welsh Settlements in Ohio  (matches: 126 - displaying first 10 only)

   ... Welsh Settlements in Ohio Cliciwch i olygu Cliciwch i olygu Welsh Settlements in Ohio William Harve...

   ...n Ohio Cliciwch i olygu Cliciwch i olygu Welsh Settlements in Ohio William Harvey Jones, 'Welsh Sett...

   ...ttlements in Ohio William Harvey Jones, 'Welsh Settlements in Ohio', (in three parts) The Cambrian ,...

   ... of every settlement in Ohio wherein the Welsh people may have largely resided and must, therefore, ...

   ...unities which were originally settled by Welsh people. Classified in this manner the leading Welsh s...

   ...e. Classified in this manner the leading Welsh settlements in Ohio are Paddy's Run, Butler County; R...

   ... Butler County; Radnor, Delaware County; Welsh Hills, Licking County; of Gallia and Jackson Counties...

   ... County; Radnor, Delaware County; Welsh Hills, Licking County; of Gallia and Jackson Counties and Go...

   ... communities in Ohio were settled by the Welsh people, but these were probably the earliest in the h...

   ...shness is a marked characteristic of the Welsh people. It is to be observed in their many attempts a...

   ...the accommodation of those who spoke the Welsh language. The Welsh colonies under Penn near Georgia,...

The Welsh Settlements in Ohio - Gallia and Jackson  (matches: 24 - displaying first 10 only)

   ... The Welsh Settlements in Ohio - Gallia and Jackson Cliciwch i olygu Cliciwch i olygu The Welsh Sett...

   ...on Cliciwch i olygu Cliciwch i olygu The Welsh Settlements in Ohio - Gallia and Jackson n. a., 'The ...

   ...in Ohio - Gallia and Jackson n. a., 'The Welsh Settlements in Ohio - Gallia and Jackson', The Cambri...

   ... Jackson county, as now populated by the Welsh. Jackson County is composed of slices from other coun...

   ...posed of slices from other counties, the Welsh part of which was taken from Gallia. 2. Not only has ...

   ...But for the fact that nine tenths of the Welsh who originally located in Gallia and Jackson were fro...

   ...county site of Jackson county. The first Welsh families (of whom accounts to have already appeared i...

   ... of six or seven miles. The surrounding hills rise quite abruptly in some places, - so as to make th...

   ... four churches – one English and three Welsh – all of which are well attended, and their preache...

   ...now. Of the churches in Centerville, the Welsh Calvinistic Methodist is the strongest, probably, in ...

   ...f putting it. There is, among all of our Welsh American churches of the present day, a good deal of ...

Accidental Settlement of the Welsh in Gallia and Jackson Co  (matches: 18 - displaying first 10 only)

   ... Accidental Settlement of the Welsh in Gallia and Jackson Co Cliciwch i olygu Cliciwch i olygu The A...

   ...i olygu The Accidental Settlement of the Welsh in Gallia and Jackson Counties n. a., 'The Accidental...

   ...n. a., 'The Accidental Settlement of the Welsh in Gallia and Jackson Counties, O', The Cambrian , Vo...

   ...no portion of the world, where there are Welsh, where the phrase, “Sefydliad Gallia a Jackson” (...

   ...ownships are populated almost solidly by Welsh immigrants and their descendants. And the Welsh popul...

   ...mmigrants and their descendants. And the Welsh population is destined to increase in the near future...

   ...ear future and not decrease, as many old Welsh colonies are doing. This will surely be the fate of a...

   ...ral settlements. Paddy's Run, the oldest Welsh settlement in Ohio, is fast changing from Welsh to Ge...

   ...ettlement in Ohio, is fast changing from Welsh to German, and from Protestant to Catholic, we are to...

   ...Protestant to Catholic, we are told. The Welsh Hills settlement, Licking County, if not changing in ...

   ...ant to Catholic, we are told. The Welsh Hills settlement, Licking County, if not changing in religio...

Welsh Community of Gallia County  (matches: 2)

   ... Welsh Community of Gallia County Cliciwch i olygu Cliciwch i olygu A letter by John Jones Tyn Rhos ...

   ...y John Jones Tyn Rhos (Only available in Welsh) John Jones, 'Hanesiaeth Gartrefol: Sefydlfa Gymreig ...

The First Settlers in Gallia and Jackson Counties  (matches: 15 - displaying first 10 only)

   ...ies A. V. EVANS, 'A History of the First Welsh Settlers in Gallia and Jackson Counties, Ohio' (in tw...

   ...es and bound for Paddy's Run, the famous Welsh settlement near Cincinnati., O. The names of the head...

   ... the emigrants again. For to the average Welshmen, who never wandered far from home, to whom a trip ...

   ... had been accustomed to sing their grand Welsh hymns in praise to God. There the soil their infant f...

   ...mes, theirs no more, nestling among the hills with the Welsh mountains towering above them and the g...

   ... more, nestling among the hills with the Welsh mountains towering above them and the green valleys e...

   ...the boats adrift, and thus compelled the Welsh Emigrants to increase the population of Gallipolis, f...

   ...aching Paddy's Run. To this accident the Welsh settlement of Gallia and Jackson counties owes its or...

   ...nding country. There was a settlement of Welsh people at Radnor, or Delhi (as it was sometimes calle...

   ...ies there. This was the beginning of the Welsh settlement of Gallia and Jackson counties. These six ...

   ...illiam Dulaney, and was the first of the Welsh settlers to marry an American. Two of her children ar...

First Funeral, Gomer  (matches: 2)

   ..., prosperous lands wealthy settlement of Welsh, the home of the dead is beautifully located and well...

   ...., and Thos. Watkins, then living in the Welsh Settlement of Paddy's Run, Butler Co., Ohio, explored...

Mary Nicholas  (matches: 2)

   ... weeks in making the voyage. Of the many Welsh passengers who were her companions on that voyage, bu...

   ... known as the prosperous and flourishing Welsh settlement of Gomer. They camped at first by the side...

Reminiscences  (matches: 4)

   ...to edit Click to edit Reminiscences of a Welsh Settlement n.a. 'Reminiscences of a Welsh Settle...

   ...Settlement n.a. 'Reminiscences of a Welsh Settlement of Gomer and Vicinity, Allen Co., O.'...

   ...astern part of the State. There are many Welsh people who have bought out others since the public la...

   ... been disposed of by the Government. The Welsh settlement now extends, east and west, from the Augla...

Hewitt's Fork  (matches: 8)

   ...eople who lived in this valley, when the Welsh first came in, said that Hewitt's cabin stood on the ...

   ...he east of the house. The history of the Welsh in this valley begins with 1837. At that time, emigra...

   ... by Jenkin D. Davies. This was the first Welsh settlement made on what is known as “Hewitt's Fork....

   ...be very important. It is well known that Welsh children learn to read their native language in the S...

   ... very little opportunity for knowing the Welsh literature was presented, thirty years ago, to the pe...

   ...ght to decipher the hieroglyphics of the Welsh alphabet. In it the mature minded studied the “aton...

   ...ly of the school. If there be any one of Welsh descent, who does not know the nature of this catechi...

   ...her of Rev. Daniel Thomas, pastor of the Welsh C. M. Church of Radnor, O.. He is an alumus of Mariet...

Horeb, Jackson County  (matches: 8)

   ...ntion a few church customs, in which the Welsh people differ from English-speaking Americans. As far...

   ... those who live in that vicinity, or for Welshmen elsewhere, that are familiar with the same, as for...

   ...eb is one of the several churches in the Welsh settlement knows as “Jackson and Gallia,” that be...

   ...ch.” In the rural neighborhood of that Welsh settlement, a meeting-house without the “Ty Bach....

   ... old and young, great and small, in that Welsh neighborhood attended Sunday school. They would atten...

   ...ence. I do not know to what extent other Welsh communities in the United States follow the customs t...

   ...ry, and it is for the descendants of the Welsh in this country, who are more familiar with the custo...

   ...he custom of Anglo-Americans than of the Welsh, that I make mention of this custom of the Horeb chur...

The First Settlers in Horeb  (matches: 2)

   ... have been made as to who were the first Welsh to settle in the “Horeb Neighborhood.” While I ha...

   ...” and Mr. James Jenkins, were the only Welsh families within what is now called the “Horeb Neigh...

Letter by Job Davies  (matches: 1)

   ...County, to John Davies Only available in Welsh Llythyr o America: Mount Jackson. December 18, 1830, ...

Welsh Hills  (matches: 123 - displaying first 10 only)

   ... Welsh Hills Cliciwch i olygu Cliciwch i olygu Welsh Hills, Sir Licking Isaac Smucker, 'Historical S...

   ... Welsh Hills Cliciwch i olygu Cliciwch i olygu Welsh Hills, Sir Licking Isaac Smucker, 'Historical S...

   ... Hills Cliciwch i olygu Cliciwch i olygu Welsh Hills, Sir Licking Isaac Smucker, 'Historical Sketch ...

   ...Cliciwch i olygu Cliciwch i olygu Welsh Hills, Sir Licking Isaac Smucker, 'Historical Sketch of the ...

   ...Isaac Smucker, 'Historical Sketch of the Welsh Hills, Licking County, O.,' (in two parts) The Cambri...

   ...mucker, 'Historical Sketch of the Welsh Hills, Licking County, O.,' (in two parts) The Cambrian , Vo...

   ...d Erasmus, sons of Mr. Thomas Philips, a Welshman of large fortune, were students at a college in Wa...

   ... year. They soon after went to live in a Welsh settlement in Chester County, in the vicinity of Phil...

   ...ia. Here they met with Chaplain Jones, a Welsh minister. Gen. Anthony Wayne was also a resident of C...

   ...plished they bade adieu to their native hills in “Wild Walia,” and sailed in the ship Amphion, (...

   ...passage of nine weeks. Many of their old Welsh neighbors, by arrangement, through the kind generosit...

Biographical Sketch of Ezekiel Hughes  (matches: 10)

   ...eldest son Edward, who, according to the Welsh custom prevailing at that time, took for his surname ...

   ...ired haven was safely reached. Among the Welsh passengers on the ship, were the founders of the Wels...

   ...rs on the ship, were the founders of the Welsh settlements in Cambria County, Pa., and Paddy's Run, ...

   ...yd, a Congregational minister, the first Welsh preacher that carried the Gospel into the regions bey...

   ...ited many localities near the city where Welsh settlements were founded, “November 22, 1795 - Went...

   ...ning in English, and in the afternoon in Welsh; the congregation was large and interested. Dined wit...

   ...on foot and spent a few weeks at the new Welsh settlement of Bulah (now Edensburg), Pa. Thence they ...

   ...ng remembrance. Mr. Hughes was a genuine Welshman in heart and life, cherishing the language in whic...

   ...g the language in which he was born; and Welsh books afforded him great pleasure and profit. Early W...

   ...ded him great pleasure and profit. Early Welsh emigrants were always welcome guests at his home, and...

A Distinguished Son of Llanbrynmair  (matches: 1)

   ...7. Hughes is said to have been the first Welsh settler in the Miami country, if not the first in Ohi...

Paddy's Run, Butler County  (matches: 9)

   ...several Historical Sketches of different Welsh Colonies in Ohio. Desiring to give the precedence to ...

   ...between Paddy's Run, Butler Co., and the Welsh Hills, Licking Co. From the data at our command, it a...

   ... Paddy's Run, Butler Co., and the Welsh Hills, Licking Co. From the data at our command, it appears ...

   ...eophilus Rees and Thomas Phillips to the Welsh Hills. But owing to the fact that Ezekiel Hughes and ...

   ...s Rees and Thomas Phillips to the Welsh Hills. But owing to the fact that Ezekiel Hughes and Edward ...

   ...preference to Paddy's Run as the Pioneer Welsh Settlement of Ohio. [EDITOR.] I In the spring of 1795...

   ... Philadelphia. On board was a company of Welsh emigrants. After a tedious passage of thirteen weeks ...

   ...f that large and prosperous community of Welsh people. He lived to an advanced age. His wife survive...

   ...eer settlers of the large and prosperous Welsh community now found in Allen County, Ohio. Thus we ha...

The Welsh Pioneers in the Miami Valley  (matches: 9)

   ... The Welsh Pioneers in the Miami Valley Cliciwch i olygu Cliciwch i olygu The Welsh Pioneers in the ...

   ...ey Cliciwch i olygu Cliciwch i olygu The Welsh Pioneers in the Miami Valley Rev. B. W. Chidlaw, 'The...

   ...he Miami Valley Rev. B. W. Chidlaw, 'The Welsh Pioneers in the Miami Valley', The Cambrian , Vol. IV...

   ...ising emigrants were the founders of the Welsh settlement at Ebensburg, Cambria County, Pennsylvania...

   ...rg, Cambria County, Pennsylvania, the Welsh Hills,” of Licking and Butler and Hamilton Counties...

   ...bria County, Pennsylvania, the Welsh Hills,” of Licking and Butler and Hamilton Counties, Ohio....

   ...Rees preach the forenoon in English, and Welsh in the evening. Dined at Dr. Jones', returned that ni...

   ...l rise sixty to seventy feet. Generally hills on one side and bottom level land on the other. At Cin...

   ...unty, and was one of the founders of the Welsh settlement known as Paddy's Run.” These worthy pion...

Radnor Township, Delaware County  (matches: 13 - displaying first 10 only)

   ...ness of North America. The record of the Welsh immigrants, and their descendants in colonial times, ...

   ...atives of Wales, or descendants of early Welsh immigrants. Robert Morris, a man of great wealth and ...

   ... during the war of the Revolution, was a Welshman. In the army that won our freedom, Welshmen, as of...

   ...shman. In the army that won our freedom, Welshmen, as officers and privates, stood shoulder to shoul...

   ...nt century there lived in Philadelphia a Welshman of repute, Dr Samuel Jones, who had served in the ...

   ...ocated in central Ohio. In 1801, a young Welshman by the name of David Pugh, a native of Maesyfed, R...

   ...to Philadelphia, where a large number of Welsh people resided. Here Mr Pugh became acquainted with h...

   ...es, recognizing the fitness of the young Welshman, as a trusty, adventurous and energetic man, emplo...

   ...it of the Allegheny Mountains he found a Welsh settlement, and rested a few days. After two months o...

   ... with them their venerated and treasured Welsh Bible, and its hallowed light filled their new home a...

   ...nty in Wales. It is an English and not a Welsh name. Radnor is one of the twelve counties in the Pri...

Founders of the Welsh Settlement in Gallia and Jackson Counties  (matches: 14 - displaying first 10 only)

   ... Founders of the Welsh Settlement in Gallia and Jackson Co Cliciwch i olygu Cliciwch i olygu Founder...

   ...i olygu Cliciwch i olygu Founders of the Welsh Settlement in Gallia and Jackson Counties J. W. Evans...

   ...unties J. W. Evans, 'The Founders of the Welsh Settlement in Gallia and Jackson Counties, Ohio', The...

   ...nch village. The French made much of the Welsh, and wanted them to stay and live in Gallia county. T...

   ... accomplished by this time. They got the Welsh to stay, and they settled in the western part of the ...

   ... a son of William Williams. – Ed.) The Welsh did not like the New World very well, consequently th...

   ...and died in Jackson co. Not long after a Welsh minister, by the name of Edward Jones came by and pre...

   ... of Edward Jones came by and preached in Welsh to the few families. In a short time this minister we...

   ...Gallia and Jackson as the very place the Welsh should go to. The Welsh, as a nation, are very ready ...

   ...e very place the Welsh should go to. The Welsh, as a nation, are very ready to believe their preache...

   .... After that book appeared in Wales, the Welsh poured into Gallia and Jackson counties. The first se...

The Welsh Settlement in Van Wert County  (matches: 14 - displaying first 10 only)

   ... The Welsh Settlement in Van Wert County Cliciwch i olygu Cliciwch i olygu The Welsh Settlement in V...

   ...ty Cliciwch i olygu Cliciwch i olygu The Welsh Settlement in Van Wert County Rev. J. P. Morgan, 'Ear...

   ...Rev. J. P. Morgan, 'Early History of the Welsh Settlement in Van Wert County, Ohio', The Cambrian , ...

   ...an/Feb 1882), p. 1-5. The history of the Welsh settlement in Van Wert County begins with the arrival...

   ...several years previous to that date some Welsh families had located in the county. As early as the y...

   ...miles west from where the nucleus of the Welsh settlement was formed in after years by Mr. Bebb and ...

   ... settled in the county. There is another Welsh family by the name of Price which came to this county...

   ...es. This Price family came here from the Welsh Hills, Licking Co., O., and were the descendants of s...

   ...s Price family came here from the Welsh Hills, Licking Co., O., and were the descendants of some of ...

   ...wned by him has not been occupied by any Welsh families since, his sojourn here cannot be properly r...

   ...roperly regarded as the beginning of the Welsh settlement in the county. Upon the arrival of William...

Features  (matches: 7)

   ...the Reverend B W Chidlaw. A handbook for Welsh settlers in Ohio published in 1839. more >> NLW...

   ...ontaining a wealth of information on the Welsh way of life in Gomer, in North West Ohio 1868-1883). ...

   ...o the Civil War. Translated in full from Welsh to English (1856-1864). more >> Register of Wel...

   ...h (1856-1864). more >> Register of Welsh Pioneers of the Mahoning Valley: Register of Welsh Pi...

   ...eers of the Mahoning Valley: Register of Welsh Pioneers of the Mahoning Valley. Compiled at the Wels...

   ... of the Mahoning Valley. Compiled at the Welsh Pioneers Society annual reunion (1898-1922). more >...

   ... - A handbook for emigrants Notes on the Welsh communities of Ohio, by R. D. Thomas - 'Iorthryn Gwyn...

Home  (matches: 10)

   ...io Project is to digitize a selection of Welsh Americana relating to the state of Ohio held at The N...

   ...nicle the history and experiences of the Welsh settlers in Ohio in the nineteenth century. This webs...

   ...luable resource for anyone interested in Welsh-American history and culture including genealogists, ...

   ...t of the Day CMA 4 (B) 22331 Letter from Welsh Hills, Licking County (1870) [Welsh; English translat...

   ...e Day CMA 4 (B) 22331 Letter from Welsh Hills, Licking County (1870) [Welsh; English translation] mo...

   ...from Welsh Hills, Licking County (1870) [Welsh; English translation] more >> Click to edit Fea...

   ...dit Features Register and Minute Book of Welsh Pioneers of the Mahoning Valley: Compiled at the Wels...

   ... of the Mahoning Valley: Compiled at the Welsh Pioneers Society annual reunion (1898-1922) more >...

   ... the Reverend B W Chidlaw A handbook for Welsh settlers in Ohio published in 1839 more >> NLW ...

   ...ontaining a wealth of information on the Welsh way of life in Gomer, in North West Ohio 1868-1883) m...

The Cambrian  (matches: 5)

   ...lgc.org.uk The Cambrian : a magazine for Welsh Americans (1880-1919) During the years 1880 to 1919, ...

   ...ne of the most popular magazines read by Welsh Americans. Following the digitisation of this magazin...

   ...n contains a wealth of information about Welsh Americans, their communities and history across the U...

   ...ths and marriages • directories of Welsh-American individuals A digital resource This website ...

   ...ndividuals or groups with an interest in Welsh-American history and literature. It will serve to str...

The Wales-Ohio Project: Phase II  (matches: 2)

   ...ty of Rio Grande , Rio Grande, Ohio; The Welsh-American Heritage Museum , Oak Hill, Ohio; The Gomer ...

   ...itage Museum , Oak Hill, Ohio; The Gomer Welsh Community Museum, Gomer, Ohio; The Ohio Historical So...

William Bebb  (matches: 4)

   ...io Retirement and attempt to establish a Welsh community in Tennessee Digitised materials Early hist...

   ...y. Retirement and attempt to establish a Welsh community in Tennessee After retiring, he continued t...

   ...im in his initiative to settle groups of Welsh people in east Tennessee and establish a Welsh commun...

   ...people in east Tennessee and establish a Welsh community there. He moved with his family to Knoxvill...

Benjamin W. Chidlaw  (matches: 5)

   ...40. R.O. Extract from: The Dictionary of Welsh biography down to 1940 (London, 1959), pp. 74-5. Bibl...

   ...n overview of Ohio state, the history of Welsh organizations in America, instructions to seekers bef...

   ... - 86. The Rev. B. W. Chidlaw, 'The Welsh Pioneers in the Miami Valley', The Cambrian , Vo...

   ...fe and other deaths in Paddy's Run (Welsh; English translation available); Letter dated 20 Sept...

   ...ng Benjamin Chidlaw and his handbook for Welsh settlers, Yr American , on the "Beti a'i Ph...

Ezekiel Hughes  (matches: 10)

   ... his cousin, Edward Bebb, were the first Welshmen to settle in Ohio. Early history Ezekiel Hughes Ez...

   ...wlands, Mary Rowlands and Ann Evans. The Welsh had a long and difficult journey. The Pioneers (2\'40...

   ...omen followed them later and at last the Welsh managed to sail on the Maria on 6 August 1795. After ...

   ...to Dr. Anne Kelly Knowles discussing the Welsh Pioneers on "Twrio" (Only available in Wels...

   ... on "Twrio" (Only available in Welsh) >> One member of the group recorded these trou...

   ... life being a pioneer and helping fellow Welshmen in Ohio, Ezekiel Hughes died on 2 September 1849. ...

   ...) General Bibliography The Dictionary of Welsh biography down to 1940 (London, 1959), p.374. 'A...

   ... - 86. The Rev. B. W. Chidlaw, 'The Welsh Pioneers in the Miami Valley', The Cambrian , Vo...

   ...0 October 1946. BBC - BOCS 168 Wales and Welshmen Overseas: Emigration to the U.S.A (10:10:1946), by...

   ...nd 1793, and the troublesome journey the Welsh experienced on the way to Bristol. It quotes from a l...

R. D. Thomas  (matches: 4)

   ...was largely responsible for starting the Welsh cause at Welshpool and Newtown. In 1851 he went to Am...

   ...ponsible for starting the Welsh cause at Welshpool and Newtown. In 1851 he went to America to raise ...

   ...oniadur (2nd ed.), ix, 548; E. D. Jones, Welsh Congregationalism in Pennsylvania , 1797-1931. R.G.O....

   .... R.G.O. Extract from: The Dictionary of Welsh biography down to 1940 (London, 1959), pp. 963-964. ...

People  (matches: 2)

   ...Pioneer and leader of the first group of Welsh settlers to Southern Ohio. More information can be fo...

   ... - 1849) Pioneer and leader of the first Welsh settlers from Llanbryn-mair to Ohio in 1795 more >...

Acrefair Papers - the story of William and Hannah Morgan  (matches: 6)

   ... been digitized. Letter 13 January 1854 (Welsh; English translation) >> Letter 14 February 185...

   ...ation) >> Letter 14 February 1854 (Welsh; English translation) >> By 1858, William and H...

   ...eir possessions. Letter 24 January 1859 (Welsh; English translation) >> "her situation wa...

   ...one acquaintance: Letter 5 January 1859 (Welsh; English translation) >> The Rev. John Williams...

   ...family in Wales. Letter 9 November 1859 (Welsh; English translation) >> Letter 8 December 1865...

   ...lation) >> Letter 8 December 1865 (Welsh; English translation) >> Top of page ...

The diaries of Lewis Humphreys  (matches: 4)

   ...o a newspaper report, was organised by a Welsh company, in search of gold, and he describes the tria...

   ...als and tribulations of this journey, in Welsh, at the beginning of one of the two diaries . Driving...

   ...soil and pasture in places and the bare hills, and historical anecdotes on the various Forts along t...

   ...ansas While at Lawrence, he heard of the Welsh colony at Arvonia and there he bought the supply stor...

NLW 9521A - the notebook of R. D. Thomas  (matches: 83 - displaying first 10 only)

   ...he debts of his chapels. He visited many Welsh settlements in the state of Ohio and he noted various...

   ...and New York . He noted the names of the Welsh people he had visited as he traveled from one communi...

   ...ed a long list of the names of the ";Welsh from the motherland" at the end of the book. One...

   ...anslation of the notebook is held in the Welsh-American Heritage Museum of Oak Hill. The Museum'...

   ...1973. NLW 9521A: Contents Contents page (Welsh) >> Agriculture in Newark, Ohio (Welsh) >>...

   ...h) >> Agriculture in Newark, Ohio (Welsh) >> Measures - the Old Land - America (Welsh) &...

   ...;> Measures - the Old Land - America (Welsh) >> Prices - wages (Welsh) >> Columbus, O...

   ...America (Welsh) >> Prices - wages (Welsh) >> Columbus, Ohio. Prices &c (Welsh) >&...

   ... >> Columbus, Ohio. Prices &c (Welsh) >> Rail Roads - Sandusky & Newark &c (...

   ...il Roads - Sandusky & Newark &c (Welsh) >> Rail Roads - Alabany & Buffalo (Welsh) ...

   ...> Rail Roads - Alabany & Buffalo (Welsh) >> Hotels. Syracuse. Cleveland (Welsh) >>...

NLW 2600E - Humphrey & Sarah Roberts letters  (matches: 8)

   ...ring the winter months. Even though many Welsh people were living in County Jackson during this peri...

   ...phrey and Sarah Roberts did not pass the Welsh language to their children. At the end of the letter ...

   ...and Sarah say, "are unable to speak Welsh . "A very dark cloud hangs over our land at pres...

   ...g bearer. Letter dated 21 February 1856 (Welsh and English; English translation) >> Letter dat...

   ...tion) >> Letter dated 27 May 1858 (Welsh; English translation) >> Letter dated 27 June 1...

   ...ion) >> Letter dated 27 June 1861 (Welsh; English translation) >> Letter dated 8 Februar...

   ...) >> Letter dated 8 February 1863 (Welsh; English translation) >> Letter dated 11 May 18...

   ...tion) >> Letter dated 11 May 1864 (Welsh; English translation) >> Top of page ...

NLW 20995 - Jack Edwards letters  (matches: 15 - displaying first 10 only)

   ...atest news and progress, and news of the Welsh community in Cincinnati. He also wrote regularly, but...

   ...d when Jack was 12 years old), always in Welsh, with information about his work and musical activiti...

   ...twyth as the 'premier resort on the Welsh coast'. He also developed a great interest in th...

   ...berystwyth in 1942 in his 89th year. The Welsh Community in Cincinnati During his time in America, J...

   ...mber of friends. It was natural that the Welsh would wish to settle together in a strange country, a...

   ...ck's discussions about his numerous Welsh acquaintances, along with his activities in a nearby ...

   ...s, along with his activities in a nearby Welsh chapel and with Welsh musicians, that the area was ho...

   ...vities in a nearby Welsh chapel and with Welsh musicians, that the area was home to many Welsh emigr...

   ...usicians, that the area was home to many Welsh emigrants. Many Welsh emigrants stayed with or near r...

   ...a was home to many Welsh emigrants. Many Welsh emigrants stayed with or near relatives who had alrea...

   ... old home + family ". "... The welsh people here having been away two New Years Days at an...

NLW 21577E & 21578E  (matches: 89 - displaying first 10 only)

   ...edit The Register and Minute Book of the Welsh Pioneers of Trumbull and Mahoning Counties, Ohio NLW ...

   ...es, Ohio NLW 21578E: The Register of the Welsh Pioneers of Mahoning Valley and their descendants (18...

   ...or anyone researching the history of the Welsh in Ohio and especially those Welsh people who settled...

   ...f the Welsh in Ohio and especially those Welsh people who settled in the north-east of the state, in...

   ...idents of the Old Land" so that the Welsh settlers who had congregated could record their detai...

   ...- and these records show that there were Welsh pioneers from all parts of the motherland and from ev...

   ... Register was presented as a gift to the Welsh Pioneers Association of Mahoning Valley by J Howard E...

   ...;> NLW 21577E: The Minute Book of the Welsh Pioneers Association of the counties of Trumbull and ...

   ...ahoning, Ohio (1895-1905) The aim of the Welsh Pioneers Association of Trumbull and Mahoning countie...

   ...nstitution and rules of the association (Welsh); • a list of members; • minutes of meeti...

   ...ual reunions. The annual reunions of the Welsh Pioneers Association were extremely popular. In 1896 ...

NLW 14111D - Edward Peat Letters  (matches: 11 - displaying first 10 only)

   ... what was happening in the Chapel and in Welsh events, such as the eisteddfod and the choir. From ti...

   ...ward in 1865 discussing his new life in (Welsh only) >> Waterloo Dock (1864) (By permission of...

   ...t was to borrow money. It seems that the Welsh did just that when they moved to the area - borrow mo...

   ...two letters he sent to Dafydd: letter 1 (Welsh; English translation available) ; letter 2 (Welsh; En...

   ...glish translation available) ; letter 2 (Welsh; English translation available) . In another letter h...

   ...weather and the storms in the state. The Welsh community in Gomer Naturally enough, Edward would inc...

   ... would include the latest news about the Welsh people in Gomer in his letters home. He would regular...

   ... sent to his mother in 1875 noting which Welsh people had died in the Welsh communities of Ebensburg...

   ...oting which Welsh people had died in the Welsh communities of Ebensburg, Pittsburgh, Iowa and Gomer....

   ... letter he sent in March 1876. "The Welsh are going to have an Eisteddfod in Lima on New Year&#...

   ...W 14111D As well as for worshipping, the Welsh also came together to compete in Eisteddfodau and to ...

Yr American  (matches: 28 - displaying first 10 only)

   ...n overview of Ohio state, the history of Welsh organizations in America, instructions to seekers bef...

   ...try) (Llanfair, 1839) (Only available in Welsh) A comprehensive guidebook about Ohio State which was...

   ...ished during the period when hundreds of Welsh people were considering emigrating to the United Stat...

   ...ts as well as details about the numerous Welsh communities which were developing there at the time. ...

   ...y of the land in the valleys and on the hills. Chidlaw gives us a relatively full picture but he mad...

   ...e some of the factors which impelled the Welsh to emigrate to America during this period, we can ass...

   ...s in the state. Chapter 3 In chapter 3 , Welsh communities and organizations in the state are descri...

   ...2) Radnor (7) Palmyra (3) Newark and the Welsh Hills (8) Gallia and Jackson (4) Columbus (9) Putnam ...

   ...or (7) Palmyra (3) Newark and the Welsh Hills (8) Gallia and Jackson (4) Columbus (9) Putnam and Van...

   ...basic the living conditions of the first Welsh pioneers were, as well as how hard they had worked to...

   ...gh they did not have many resources, the Welsh did succeed to accomplish a great deal in a relativel...

Features  (matches: 10)

   ...ontaining a wealth of information on the Welsh way of life in Gomer, in North West Ohio. Transcribed...

   ... Transcribed and translated in full from Welsh to English (1868-1883). More >> Yr American , b...

   ...he Reverend B. W. Chidlaw A handbook for Welsh settlers in Ohio published in 1839. Only available in...

   ...hio published in 1839. Only available in Welsh. More >> NLW 2600E: Humphrey and Sarah Roberts ...

   ...: Iorthryn Gwynedd Notebook Notes on the Welsh communities of Ohio and other US states (1851-1852), ...

   ... Transcribed in full and translated from Welsh to English. More >> Register and Minute Book of...

   ...ore >> Register and Minute Book of Welsh Pioneers of the Mahoning Valley Compiled at the Welsh...

   ...s of the Mahoning Valley Compiled at the Welsh Pioneers Society annual reunion (1898-1922). Transcri...

   ... Transcribed and translated in full from Welsh to English. More >> NLW 20995: Jack Edwards Let...

   ...ati (1880-1887). Transcribed in full and Welsh letters translated into English. More >> Diarie...

Places  (matches: 85 - displaying first 10 only)

   ...ebsite traces the history of some of the Welsh communities in Ohio from the period when the first co...

   ...n Paddy's Run was established. Many Welsh people settled in agricultural areas such as Radnor ,...

   ...timated that there were more than 11,000 Welsh settlers in Ohio at the beginning of the twentieth ce...

   ...ne shows when some of the most prominent Welsh settlements were established. For more information ab...

   ...y: Ohio State (including articles on the Welsh Journals Online website) Printed Material B. W. Chidl...

   ...lad (Llanfair, 1839) - only available in Welsh. Edward G. Hartmann, Americans From Wales (Trucksvill...

   ... (Aberystwyth, 1837) - only available in Welsh. Anne Kelly Knowles, Calvinists incorporated: Welsh i...

   ... Kelly Knowles, Calvinists incorporated: Welsh immigrants on Ohio's industrial frontier (Chicag...

   ... pp.175-180. William Harvey Jones, ';Welsh Settlements in Ohio', (in three parts) The Cambr...

   ...tember 1907), pp. 395-9. Ohio Counties / Welsh Settlements (in alphabetical order) Allen County: Gom...

   ...111D: Letters of Edward Peat and family (Welsh; English translations available) Angela Bennett, ...

People  (matches: 4)

   ... on some of the early pioneers and other Welsh settlers in Ohio. Ezekiel Hughes (1766 - 1849) Pionee...

   ... - 1849) Pioneer and leader of the first Welsh settlers from Llanbryn-mair to Ohio in 1795. More >...

   ...Pioneer and leader of the first group of Welsh settlers to Southern Ohio. More information can be fo...

   ...re >> John Jones Tyn Rhos An early Welsh settler and one of the charter members of Tyn Rhos Ch...

Everyday life in Ohio  (matches: 11 - displaying first 10 only)

   ...rary describing the everyday life of the Welsh settlers in Ohio Virgil H. Evans, The Family Tree of ...

   ...nes (Tirbach), elder or Patriarch of the Welsh Settlement of Jackson and Gallia (Columbus, 1929) Joh...

   ...irbach, and the history of the "the Welsh of 1818". It was drawn up by Virgil H. Evans, on...

   ...h, in 1818. William R. Evans, History of Welsh Settlements in Jackson and Gallia Counties of Ohio, O...

   ...the difficult circumstances of the first Welsh settlers in southeast Ohio. Everyday life for the pio...

   ...rds' letters give us a picture of a Welshman's life in Cincinnati during Jack Edwards the ...

   ...i and the sledges (English) >> The Welsh having a picnic on the banks of the Ohio, 4 July 1883...

   ...n the development of the country and the Welsh settlements in a comprehensive journal, called: Ameri...

   ... a market in Columbus (Only available in Welsh) >> Information about banks and paper money (En...

   ... farm. Letter describing their new home (Welsh; English translation) >> Edward came across man...

   ... in one of his letters. Original letter (Welsh; English translation) >> Top of page ...

Agriculture  (matches: 12 - displaying first 10 only)

   ...tal Library about the experiences of the Welsh clearing the land and farming in Ohio Edward Jones, Y...

   ...e is good land for growing wheat such as Welsh wheat, as we as the corn of the Indians, barley, oat,...

   ... leasing land is noted. Original letter (Welsh; English translation) >> Letters from Delaware ...

   ...d..." Gryffith Thomas Yet not every Welshman had a success story to tell. Read the letter Jenki...

   ..., Llangwyryfon in 1851. Original letter (Welsh; English translation) >> The Letter of William ...

   ...land they have in Ohio. Original letter (Welsh; English translation) >> The Letters of Edward ...

   ...nbryn-mair are full of stories about the Welsh people who were farming in the area and in the middle...

   ...prices had risen sharply since the first Welsh men had bought land there and some of them had made t...

   ...and the stock they had. Original letter (Welsh; English translation) >> Iorthryn Gwynedd'...

   ...n the development of the country and the Welsh settlements there in a comprehensive journal, called:...

   ...ewark, Licking County (Only available in Welsh) >> The market prices in Newark (Welsh only) &g...

Industry  (matches: 10)

   ...in industries in the area Oak Hill . The Welsh founded three iron furnaces in Jackson County, called...

   ...successful but the other two failed. The Welsh pioneers were prominent in the forming of the early i...

   ...>> Register and Minute Book of the Welsh Pioneers Association of the Counties of Trumbull and ...

   ...honing, Ohio (1898-1922) Register of the Welsh Pioneers Many Welsh people were enticed to the indust...

   ...922) Register of the Welsh Pioneers Many Welsh people were enticed to the industrial regions of nort...

   ...furnaces of Mineral Ridge and many other Welsh people were employed in the rolling mills of Youngsto...

   ...oungstown and Niles. The Register of the Welsh Pioneers in the Counties of Trumbull and Mahoning (NL...

   ...rough the Register >> (English and Welsh) The Minute Book of the Welsh Pioneers Association of...

   ...nglish and Welsh) The Minute Book of the Welsh Pioneers Association of the Counties of Trumbull and ...

   ...Browse through the Minute Book >> (Welsh; English newspaper cuttings) Top of page ...

Churches and Sunday Schools  (matches: 11 - displaying first 10 only)

   ...f the churches and Sunday schools of the Welsh settlers in Ohio William R. Evans, History of Welsh S...

   ...ers in Ohio William R. Evans, History of Welsh Settlements in Jackson and Gallia Counties, O. (Utica...

   ...k, we are given the history of the first Welsh people to settle in southeast Ohio and the developmen...

   ...Davies, Some facts with reference to the Welsh of Columbus, Ohio, from its earliest times up to 1860...

   ... Our Heritage: early history of Tyn Rhos Welsh Congregational Church and its neighborhood (1979) A b...

   ...ecording the history of Tyn Rhos and the Welsh community in the Oak Hill area. It was published in 1...

   ...nd Oak Hill in memory of the adventurous Welsh people who had emigrated to southeast Ohio between 18...

   ...nterville areas >> The Saga of The Welsh Congregational Church This short book, prepared by th...

   ...nt Jones D.D., charts the history of the Welsh Congregationalist Church in Lawrence Street, Cincinna...

   ...) >> The Saga of The Central South Welsh Congregational Association and Y Gymanfa The Rev. Vin...

   ...ory of the churches of the Central South Welsh Congregational Association and the Gymanfa between 18...

Gymanfa Ganu  (matches: 8)

   ...als of Ohio Y GYMANFA "A peculiarly Welsh institution. Metaphorically, it is a stalwart tree th...

   ...les." The Saga of The Central South Welsh Congregational Association and Y Gymanfa, 1840-1954 T...

   ...ory of the churches of the Central South Welsh Congregational Association and the Gymanfa. Browse th...

   ...o Congregational Church - 111 Years: The Welsh Gymanfa of The Central South East Ohio Association of...

   ...gt; The One Hundredth Anniversary of the Welsh Gymanfa: The Annual Conference Tyn Rhos and Nebo (197...

   ...red Third Gymanfa: The Annual Conference Welsh-American Heritage Museum, Oak Hill (1975) English pro...

   ...red Ninth Gymanfa: The Annual Conference Welsh-American Heritage Museum, Oak Hill (1981) English pro...

   ...>> Fifty-Sixth Annual Gymanfa Ganu Welsh Hymn Festival: The Niles Gymanfa Ganu Association Nil...

Voyages  (matches: 19 - displaying first 10 only)

   ...039;s advice >> (Only available in Welsh) B.W. Chidlaw, Yr American ... (Llanfair, 1839) This ...

   ...s, Hanes Cymry America (A History of the Welsh in America) (1872) This is the first attempt to chron...

   ... attempt to chronicle the history of the Welsh people in the United States. The volume also includes...

   ...lume also includes information about the Welsh press and its publications in America, as well as use...

   ...art toward America with 50 pasengers all Welsh except 3 Cabin pasengers soon the most of us was take...

   ...istrict, Cardiganshire. Original letter (Welsh; English translation) >> Ann Peat's letter...

   ...; on board the France . Original letter (Welsh; English translation) >> The letter of Humphrey...

   ..., in order to try and entice more of the Welsh to come to the country. Original letter (Welsh; Engli...

   ...to come to the country. Original letter (Welsh; English translation) >> The letters of John an...

   ... Hen, Bala, from 1843 to 1852. "The Welsh are all together in the Second Cabin. I'm going ...

   ... Transcript of letter (Only available in Welsh) >> "the wind blows from the east today, a...

Themes  (matches: 4)

   ...ickness and the first impressions of the Welsh after landing. more >> Everyday Life Starting a...

   ...tems describing the everyday life of the Welsh who had settled in the cities and rural areas of Ohio...

   ...nday Schools The history of establishing Welsh Churches and Sunday Schools across the state. more &g...

   ... >> Agriculture The experiences of Welsh farmers in Ohio. more >> Brig y dudalen ...

Timeline  (matches: 7)

   ...93-1818: Enclosing common land 1796: The Welsh settle in Paddy's Run 1800 1801: The Welsh settle in ...

   ...lsh settle in Paddy's Run 1800 1801: The Welsh settle in Welsh Hills 1810 1812: The 1812 War 1811: T...

   ...ddy's Run 1800 1801: The Welsh settle in Welsh Hills 1810 1812: The 1812 War 1811: The Calvinistic M...

   ...un 1800 1801: The Welsh settle in Welsh Hills 1810 1812: The 1812 War 1811: The Calvinistic Methodis...

   ... following the Napoleonic Wars 1818: The Welsh settle in Jackson and Gallia 1819: The war of the lit...

   ...glishman (1819-1829) 1820 1830 1833: The Welsh settle in Gomer 1835: Edward Jones visits the settlem...

   ...s elected the Governor of Ohio 1848: The Welsh settle in Van Wert 1850 1851: The Drych is published ...

Wales-Pennsylvania Project  (matches: 28 - displaying first 10 only)

   ...vis , Oak Hill, Ohio. The history of the Welsh in Pennsylvania Pennsylvania is pivotal to the Welsh ...

   ...nsylvania Pennsylvania is pivotal to the Welsh immigration to the United States of America. From the...

   ...nnsylvania colonies in 1681 to 1700, the Welsh were the largest group immigrating to Pennsylvania, a...

   ...d of the population of Pennsylvania were Welsh. The Welsh Quakers came to Pennsylvania for religious...

   ...pulation of Pennsylvania were Welsh. The Welsh Quakers came to Pennsylvania for religious freedom an...

   ...tract of land north of Philadelphia. The Welsh had their own land and self-government. Skilled indus...

   ... miners, slate quarrymen and tinplaters. Welsh immigration into Cambria County started in 1796 and E...

   ...in 1796 and Ebensburg became a center of Welsh immigration with Baptist services being conducted in ...

   ...with Baptist services being conducted in Welsh. Two-thirds of the 109 miners killed in the 1869 brea...

   ...1869 breaker fire near Wilkes-Barre were Welsh. As the coal, iron, steel, and tinplate industries gr...

   ...on, steel, and tinplate industries grew, Welsh communities sprang up in Western Pennsylvania cities ...


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