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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 National Library of Wales: Evans, William, (Cas-Mael and Treletert)

Accounts of the grocer William Evans, 1913-1945; together with some receipts, 1898-1923, a tithe bill, 1898 and tenancy documents for properties in Llanfihangel Penbedw, Llanfair Nant-gwyn, Castellan Chapel and Penrith (Penrhydd), [Pembrokeshire]....

2 Pembrokeshire Record Office: Harries family, of Priskilly, Heathfield and Tregwynt, papers

Papers of the Harries family of Priskilly, Heathfield and Tregwynt, 1722-1920, including deeds relating to land in Carmarthenshire, 1722-1803; deeds relating to land in Pembrokeshire, 1791-1892, including the Tregwynt estate; Harries family personal papers and financial records, 1846-1875; ships's l...

3 Pembrokeshire Record Office: Harries, John Hill, archives

Deeds relating to the estates of the Harries family in Granston, Mathyr and Letterston, Pembrokeshire, 1661-1932; maps, 1751-1848; John Hill Harries papers, 1818-1856; and Gilbert James Harries papers on coal and ironstone output in Carmarthenshire, 1819-1856....

4 Pembrokeshire Record Office: Mathias family of Llangwarren, estate papers

Papers of the Mathias family of Llangwarren, 1680-1918, including deeds relating to land in Pembrokeshire, 1680-1867; wills, 1776-1793; and correspondence, 1780-1846....

5 Pembrokeshire Record Office: Mathias family, of Llangwarren and Lamphey Court, records

Mathias family papers, comprising: deeds and related papers, parishes of Camrose, 1769-1920; Haroldston St Issells, 1824, Hasguard, 1798-1897, Lamphey, 1768-1894; Letterston, 1810-1886; Llanstinan and Fishguard, 1883-1901; St Mary, Pembroke, 1787; and St Nicholas and Llanwnda, 1812-1888; wills, sett...

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