NOTE: Cae Clyd means “Sheltered Field”. The old welsh word “Clyd” has the same derivation as used in the River Clyde in Scotland (“Sheltered River”).
Photographs from 1992
These photographs were kindly sent to...
The Field Magazine 1915
A cutting from the Gentleman's magazine, "The Field" from 1915. The photograph is captioned "Autumn in Wales - The Hill at Nannan, Dolgelly". Nannau is spelled incorrectly though.
The book, "Nannau – A Rich Tapestry of Welsh History" by Philip Nanney Williams is available to buy here.
I would like to thank the following people for their help and contributions to this website (and my previous one at nannau.com): Dennis Yancey (and his Nanney Family Archives), David Brown, Philip Nanney Williams, Christopher Quaile, Miles Wynn Cato (welshart.co.uk), Welsh Antiques (welshantiques.com), The National Library of Wales, The National Museum of Wales and The Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Wales.
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