Monmouth auctioneer Oliver Jones and his wife saw an airship at 10.30pm while driving from Tregare with two passengers. They watched it for about half an hour and could clearly discern its cigar shape, apparently travelling faster than the 8 to 10 miles an hour of the motor car. It came from the direction of Raglan, heading towards Chepstow; it then turned around and headed back towards Raglan.
Manchester Guardian, 21 May 1909, p. 7. The place name is given as Tregarog, but this appears to be a garbled reference to Tregare.