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|1||Anglesey Archives: Thomas, William, of Llanrhuddlad and Liverpool, records
Typescript: Some particulars of the life of William Thomas (1837-1915) born at Llanrhuddlad Anglesey, later ship owner of Liverpool and landowner in Anglesey, 1989; Teyrnged/memorial to Mrs. Annie Thomas, 1925; Article, Address & Manuscripts by Ethel K. Williams [William Thomas` daughter], 1991; Tes...
|2||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...
|3||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...
|4||Anglesey Archives: Williams, Hugh, of Llanrhyddlad, contractor, papers
Ledgers, 1888-1951, the earliest including apprenticeships of William and Robert Jones of Tan y Bryn; account books, 1924-1952....
|5||Bangor University: Papers of William Ellis Williams
Comprises: correspondence and papers relating to aeronautics, 1904-1914. Much of the correspondence is with firms specialising in aeronautical equipment; there are other letters from H.R. Davies of Treborth, Bangor, who gave financial backing to W.E. Williams in the construction of a monoplane in 19...
|6||Bangor University: Pen yr Orsedd Papers
Collection comprises material relating to Thomas Prys and his descendants, the Hughes family, of Pen yr Orsedd (sometimes referred to as Tyn yr Orsedd) including: Rent receipts and papers relating to the will of Thomas Prys, 1751-1808 Notebook in shorthand written by Grace Hughes, on sermons, texts ...