31/5 Thurs Foundation stone of Castle Green was laid.
15.06 SHIRE HALL: Richard Evans and John Morris paid for erecting grand and petit jury rooms £100 and David Evan paid for his plan and spec for converting part of the market place under the Shire Hall into jury rooms. £5.11s. Carmarthen Journal
4/4 William Andrews, an English tramp was charged with stealing old clothes; sentenced to death and hanged at Cardigan Gaol a few days later.
Sept. St Mary’s Church: Arthur Jones, High Sheriff gave a new organ (14.09.1827, Carmarthen Journal)
The following were buried in St Mary’s Church cemetery:
- 1827 16/1 John Thomas, shoemaker, Mwldan aged 63
- 1827 28/2 John Thomas, second son of D & Ann aged 3w
- 1827 20/3 Samuel Jenkins, Samuel aged 63
- 1827 24/3 Davies, John aged 2
- 1827 28/3 Richard Finch, Richard son of Mary lost off New Quay head aged 27
- 1827 10/4 William Nicholas, son of Thomas & Elizabeth aged 8
- 1827 22/5 Caleb John, son of Thomas aged 8
- 1827 17/6 Thomas John, bookbinder aged 41
- 1827 27/8 John Davies, aged 34
- 1827 1/9 Lewis Jones, son of Jonathan, sailmaker aged 2yrs & 1 m
- 1827 27/10 David Lloyd, son of late Rev Stephen , Llystin, Nevern aged 52