Reference code(s): GB 0214 DDJ
Held at: Glamorgan Archives
Title: Dillwyn and Jones, mining engineers, records
Short Title: Dillwyn and Jones, mining engineers, records
Creation date(s): [c. 1890]-1945
Level of description: Fonds
Extent: 1.2 cubic metres (1036 plans, 122 photographic negatives & 118 photographic positives )
Name of creator(s): R. M. Dillwyn and J. D. Jones
Administrative/Biographical history: Rice Mansel Dillwyn was the third son of John Cole Nicholl and Mary de la Beche Dillwyn (eldest daughter of Lewis Llewelyn Dillwyn of Hendrefoilan). He was born in 1875, and married Harriet (eldest daughter of Arthur Gilbertson of Glanrhyd). Assumed the Surname of Dillwyn. He worked as a mining engineer, in partnership with J. D. Jones.
Scope and content/abstract: Records of Dillwyn and Jones Mining Engineers, [c. 1890]-1945, including: plans of collieries, mineral estates, estates, and steel and tinplate works; and geological plans, Ordnance Survey plans, notebooks, dialling books, and reports. Also correspondence, notebooks, papers, and photographs of R. M. Dillwyn, 1891-1919.
Language/scripts of material: English
System of arrangement: Arranged according to date and type.
Conditions governing access: No restrictions
Conditions governing reproduction: Usual copyright regulations apply.
Physical characteristics: Good to fair condition
Finding aids: A handlist is available at the Glamorgan Record Office.
Appraisal, destruction and scheduling information: All records have been retained.
Accruals: Accruals are not expected.
Immediate source of acquisition: Deposited by a private source at various dates (accession numbers 1593, 1594, 1595 & 1596).
Note: Title supplied from contents of fonds.
Archivist's note: Compiled by Hayden Burns for the ANW project. The following source was used in the compilation of this description: Glamorgan Record Office, Catalogue of records for Dillwyn and Jones, mining engineers.
Rules or conventions: This description follows ANW guidelines based on ISAD(G) second edition, AACR2, and LCSH.
Date(s) of descriptions: January 2004