- 19 1875 (Fri.) A Danish three masted schooner rescued by the ‘John Stuart’ lifeboat.
1 August (1976) National Eisteddfod begins
- 1 1976 (Sun.) National Eisteddfod: Morning Service from the Pavilion at 10.00. Theme: ‘The Christian Watchfulness’. President: Revd. D. Rhys Thomas; Call to Worship: Revd Milton G. Jenkins, Bethania; Recitation: Parti Ebeneser, Dyfed; Côr Tannau Teifi, conductor Alun Tegryn Davies; Reading by Revd. A. J. Davies; Eisteddfod Choir : conductor Terence Lloyd; Prayer : Revd Tom Roberts, Tabernacl; Sermon: Revd D. J. Roberts, Capel Mair; Blessing : Father Seamus Cunane. Harpists: Sybil Milton-Jenkins, Barbara Morris and Buddug Stephens.
- 1 1905 (Tues.) Launch of the Elizabeth Austin lifeboat.
12 July (1888) A medal for William Niles
- 12 1900 (Thurs.) Burial of John Turner Mathias, Feidrfair, 43, Boot & Shoe Dealer
- 12 1888 (Thurs.) Silver medal awarded to William Niles, coxswain of lifeboat for 29 years who saved 85 lives.
- 12 1853 (Tues.) Death of Isaac Thomas (1820–53), publisher of Almanac y Cymro. It was printed by D.Leary & Co., Dublin to avoid printing tax. He was buried at the Baptist Chapel, Penybryn.
16 April (1877) John Stuart, lifeboat, rescues the ‘Mary Helen of Fowey’
- 16 1877 (Mon.) Schooner ‘Mary Helen of Fowey’ rescued by John Stuart lifeboat.
17 March (1897) Seven rescued from the ‘Dollart’.
- 17 1873 (Mon.) Rescue of a crew of seven from the schooner ‘Dollart’ of Delzium, Hanover by ‘John Stuart’ lifeboat.