Entries in the Domesday Book for Dilwyn Parish
This article lists all the translated extracts relating to the area of Dilwyn parish. It shows that various communities were well established under the anglo-saxons before the arrival of the Normans. In fact it names the anglo-saxon land holders prior to the conquest. The purpose of the Domesday book was to establish the levels of taxation that could be applied.
A History of Dilwyn Published in 1868
A transcription of an extract from the Archaeologia Cambrensis (Third Series, No 54, APRIL 1868) published by the Cambrian Archaeological Association.
Mansions & The Manor of Dilwyn 1872
This is a history of the Mansions and Main Manor of Dilwyn that was published by the by Rev. Charles J Robinson in 1872.
Royal Commision Dilwyn survey 1934
An inventory of Dilwyn's historical monuments and buildings produced by the Royal Commission on Historical Monuments.
St Mary's Church History
The church has served Dilwyn for well over 800 years and has developed from a quite modest structure to the much extended Grade I listed building that exists today.
Dilwyn RBL History
The history of Dilwyn's branch of the Royal British Legion from formation to the present.
The Village Green Origins
How the village Green was generously gifted to the parish as recently as just 50 years ago.