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Your search matched 5 record(s). Numbers 1 to 5 are listed here. Use the navigation links to look at later or earlier matches if more than one page of results is shown. Results are listed alphabetically by institution name and collection title.

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1 Anglesey Archives: Capel Gwyn Baptist Chapel, Llechylched, records

Books and accounts of Capel Gwyn, 1859-1883, including membership and account book, 1859-1885; and accounts, 1860-1883....

2 Anglesey Archives: Ecclesiastical parishes, papers

Ecclesiastical parish records, 1547-2003, including Aberffraw, 1719-2000; Amlwch, 1692-1998; Beaumaris, 1655-1971; Bodedern, 1695-1985; Bodewryd, 1813-1991; Bodwrog, 1754-1998; Ceirchiog, 1813-1842; Cerrigceinwen (or Cerrig Ceinwen), 1721-1999; Coedana, 1813-1991; Gwredog, 1839-1920; Heneglwys, 1693...

3 Anglesey Archives: Tithe Rent Charge account books, Anglesey

Tithe rent charge account books for Anglesey parishes, 1924-1936, comprising Aberffraw, 1924-1936; Amlwch, 1926-1936; Beaumaris, 1924; Beaumaris and Llandegfan, 1931-1936; Bodedern, 1924; Bodwrog, 1924; Ceirchiog, 1924; Cerrigceinwen, 1924-1936; Coedana, 1924-1936; Gwredog, 1925; Heneglwys, 1924; He...

4 Anglesey Archives: Valley Rural District Council, records

Records of Valley Rural District Council, 1891-1974, including minute books of Valley Rural Sanitary Authority, 1891-1904; minute books of the Council, 1905-1974; minute books of committees, 1910-1954; records of the Holyhead and Rhosneigr Parochial Committees, 1900-1952; ledger of Valley Rural Sani...

5 Gwynedd Archives: Caernarfon Record Office: Maude & Tunnicliffe collection of Wynn family and Sampson family papers

Papers of the Wynne family comprising deeds and other documents relating to Caerhun, Conway, Gyffin, Henryd, Llanbedrycennin and Llanfairfechan, Caernarfonshire, and Llechylched, Anglesey, 1740-1890, and correspondence relating to the tenancy of Tyn y Coed, Llechylched, Anglesey, 1856; papers of the...

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