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Your search was: Penrhosllugwy | Wales

Your search matched 7 record(s). Numbers 1 to 7 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: Anglesey Antiquarian Society, glass plates and negatives

Collection includes:- WSM/622/1/1-111: The slides are marked as being taken by E. Neil Baynes, C.N.J., [?Cyril N. Jones of Penrhos Llangefni] Griffith [?J.E. Griffith, A Portfolio of Photographs of the Cromlechs of Anglesey, 1900, and Norman [?Mrs. Norman Wilcox of Nyth y Wylan Tyn y Gongl]. Slide...

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: Jones, Emrys, photographic collection

Photographs, negatives and slides of landscapes of Anglesey, [c. 1946]-1990, including albums of negatives, [c. 1946]-1952....

4 Bangor University: Apprenticeship Indentures

Apprenticeship indentures, the majority of which relate to the binding of poor children by the churchwardens and overseers of the parish of Penrhosllugwy, Anglesey, 1788-1828. The following occupations appear on the indentures: tailor, blacksmith, mantua-maker, joiner, shopkeeper, wheelwright, weave...

5 Bangor University: Baron Hill and Lligwy Sales Papers

Comprises sale particulars, including maps, of part of the Baron Hill estate (1910) in the parishes of Llangristiolus and Llangefni; and of the Lligwy estate (1945) in the parishes of Penrhosllugwy and Llanddaniel.

6 Bangor University: Penrhosllugwy Parish Register Transcript

Comprises a one-volume transcript of Penrhosllugwy parish register with entries dating from 1578 to 1812, with notes, compiled by E. Neil Baynes in 1905.

7 Bangor University: Plas Bodafon Papers

This collection consists of family papers including pedigrees, wills, deeds and various other documents including material relating to the family disputes about seating and burial places in Penrhosllugwy Church, in 1587 and 1712, as well as material on Dr William Mason' medical consultations wi...

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