Nanteos: A Welsh House and Its Families
Gomer, 2001 - Dyfed (Wales) - 264 pages
The House of Nanteos in north Cardiganshire is where, according to local tradition, the Holy Grail can be found in the form of the Nanteos Cup. This study traces the rise and fall of the Powell family of Nanteos and the mansion house.
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William Edward Powell and his family circle
W E Powell and Rebecca
a landed estate in decline 18001930
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