The Tregaron, Cardiganshire (Wales) Workhouse Records after 1834 is a free site with a history of the workhouse in Tregaron, Cardiganshire and a transcribed index of the staff and inmates at the Tregaron workhouse from the 1881 census.

[su_heading size=”24″]What is a Workhouse?[/su_heading]

Workhouses were traditionally places where the working poor and those unable to sufficiently support themselves were offered a place to live and work in exchange for food and shelter. By the end of the 19th century, they hosted many of the elderly and infirm instead of less fortunate working people.
[su_heading size=”24″]Free Video or Books for Sale[/su_heading] is a site authored by Peter Higginbotham and has records from Workhouses across the UK including England, Ireland, Scotland, and Wales. Watch “The History of the Workhouse with Peter Higginbotham” at FindMyPast for a history of the Workhouses or visit his website and see the books he’s published.


One response to “Tregaron, Cardiganshire (Wales) Workhouse Records after 1834”

  1. My grandfather William Rees who died in 1915 was heavily involved and would like to write his biography as he was heavily involved in the Tregaron Workhouse as Guardian. He was a firebrand and deserves to be remembered m


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