The Prossers were the younger branch of a Brecknockshire family who had become sadlers and mercers in Brecon.
Brecknockshire, alone of the South p. 203Wales counties, enjoyed exemption from these disturbances.
Theophilus Jones, in his History of Brecknockshire (1805-9), ii.
Charles Walbeoffe was a man of considerable importance in Brecknockshire.
Brecon, the county town of Brecknockshire, lies upon the River Usk, and was formerly defended by walls and gates.
History has fixed this spot as the scene of action where the fate of Brecknockshire Scene of a Welsh battle.
Brecknockshire, according to fable, is called after this king.
Howell Harris was born at Trevecka, in Brecknockshire, in 1714.
Some of the cells are remaining to this day, as at Ty Iltud, in Brecknockshire.