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Your search matched 11 record(s). Numbers 1 to 11 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 Bangor University: Amlwch Manuscripts

These papers describe the activities and outlook of three generations of the Matthews family. The collection consists of 115 items relating to John Matthews (I) of Mold (1773-1848), John Matthews (II) of Aberystwyth (1808-1870), land surveyors, and John Matthews (III) (1843-1916) who came to Amlwch...

2 Bangor University: Professor Glyn Roberts Papers

This collection consists of lecture and research notes, articles and offprints by Professor Glyn Roberts on various aspects of the history of Wales, including in particular material on Welsh parliamentary and borough history; religious history; the history of Bangor and Carmarthenshire. Some materi...

3 Bangor University: Wynn Hall Manuscripts

Estate and family papers consisting of: personalia, family papers; pedigrees; deeds, documents and papers relating to properties in Denbighshire, Montgomeryshire, London and Southampton; surveys, valuations, particulars etc.; accounts; industrial records relating to Wynn Hall colliery; estate corres...

4 Carmarthenshire Archive Service: Glasbrook collection

Records collected by the solicitor D. S. Glasbrook, 1519-1962, mainly relating to Carmarthenshire but also to Cardiganshire, Pembrokeshire, Montgomeryshire and to Glamorgan; relating to Myddfai, Gwynfe and Fabon, Carmarthenshire, 1913-1939; High Sheriffs' papers, 1868; records relating to the manors...

5 Carmarthenshire Archive Service: John Francis, collection

Collection of John Francis, 1741-1969, comprising plans of estates and parishes in Carmarthenshire, 1777-1961, including industrial maps and plans, many relating to collieries, 1772-[mid 20th century]; records of Carmarthenshire Chamber of Agriculture, 1909-1969; deeds relating to Pembrokeshire (A. ...

6 Flintshire Record Office: Joseph Lloyd & Co, collection of deeds

Records, 1302-1938, accumulated by Joseph Lloyd and Co., comprising deeds and other papers relating to the Maesgamedd estate, Gwyddelwern, 1739-1920, the Bodynlliw estate, 1625-1864, and other Merionethshire properties, 1726-1888; deeds and papers relating to properties in Flintshire, 1528-1938, in ...

7 Gwent Archives: Pool Hall Estate, papers

Papers relating to the Pool Hall Estate, Llangattock Lingoed, 1732-1764....

8 Gwynedd Archives: Caernarfon Record Office: Newborough archives

Papers relating to the Glynllifon estate, including Boduan and Abbey and Melai estates, in Caernarfonshire, Denbighshire and Anglesey, including deeds, 1316-1931; deeds and allied records relating to other estates prior to their absorption into the Glynllifon estate, including Bodfel estate, 1575-17...

9 Gwynedd Archives: Caernarfon Record Office: Vaynol papers

Deeds, leases, mortgages, etc., relating to the Vaynol estate, mainly in Caernarfonshire and Anglesey, [c. 1778]-[c. 1926], including the Castellmarch estate in Llyn, including deeds relating to stone and slate quarries and copper mines; deeds relating to the Glanyrafon estate in Angelsey and...

10 National Library of Wales: Davies, Leonard Twiston, Sir, collection

Papers of Messrs Powles & Tyler of Monmouth, solicitors, including deeds, accounts and correspondence, 1683-1895, predominantly 1780-1880, relating mainly to Monmouthshire families; deeds and accounts relating to individual properties, mainly in Monmouthshire, 1614-1901; sale posters for properties,...

11 West Glamorgan Archive Service: Dyffryn (Gwyn) estate, papers

Estate and solicitors' papers of the Gwyn (later Moore-Gwyn) family of Dyffryn, 1711-1990, including deeds, leases and other documents relating to properties of the Abercrâf, Blaensawdde, Briton Ferry, Neath Abbey, Dyffryn, Glanbrân and Birchgrove estates in Llangyfelach, Cilybebyll, Llandeilo Tal...

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