An Alternative To Cofiwn's Focus on Medieval Welsh History, this blog is in area of an HANES CYMRU GOCH - A RED WALES HISTORY of Popular Rebellion to Compliiment Red Remembrancer blog. Beginning with the Revolts of 1294, 1315 and 1345 to Glyndwr's 'Barefoot Welsh Doggis'on to the 'Trech Gwlad Nag Arglwydd' Peasants Enclosure Revolts and Corn Riots from the 16th to 18th Century. Workers Insurrections 1831 - 35 - 39, Rebecca Riots 1848, Tithe Wars 1888 and Workers Struggles and Strikes.
Wednesday, 27 July 2016
AT LAST WE FIND THE REMAINS OF THE LITTLE ENGLISHMAN'S CASTLE, MYNYDD BACH 1826, NOTE WHERE THE MOAT WAS. (Same day as previous post)