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Talgarth is a small town in the traditional county of Brecknockshire, south Powys, mid Wales, with a population of around 1,800 people. Notable buildings in the town include its 14th-century parish church.


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Clwyd-Powys Archaeological Trust - Projects - Historic Landscapes - Middle Wye - (2187 words)
Talgarth may have formed the focus of a pre-conquest bonded settlement on the eastern side of the Llynfi associated with the royal residence.
Talgarth's agricultural origins are emphasised by the survival within the town of the Great House Farm, its stone farmhouse (largely 19th-century stone but with 17th-century origins) being one of the major houses within the town, the farm probably resulting from the amalgamation and consolidation of smaller holdings in the later medieval and early post-medieval period.
Talgarth Hospital was built on part the Chancefield Estate just to the south-east of the town in the early years of the 20th century as a lunatic asylum, together with a detached chapel, workers' houses and cottages and other ancillary works.
Howel Harris - Wicipedia (176 words)
Bu wedyn yn ysgolfeistr ar ysgolion Llangors, Llangasty a Talgarth.
Ar Sul y Blodau 1735 cafodd droedigaeth wrth wrando ar Ficer Talgarth yn pregethu.
Mae wedi ei gladdu wrth yr allor yn Eglwys Talgarth, yn yr hen Sir Frycheiniog.
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