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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 Gwynedd Archives: Meirionnydd Record Office: Civil Parish records

Civil parish council records for the parishes of Llandderfel; Llandecwyn; Penrhyndeudraeth; Llanfrothen; Maentwrog; Trawsfynydd; Llanfihangel-y-Pennant; Llangelynnin; Llandanwg; Llanfair; Llanfachreth; Llanycil; Bettws Gwerfyl Goch; Pennal; Llanuwchllyn; Llangar; Llanelltyd; Brithdir ac Islawr' Dref...

2 Gwynedd Archives: Meirionnydd Record Office: Ffederasiwn Clybiau Amaethwyr Ieuainc Meirion, cofnodion (records)

Records of Ffederasiwn Clybiau Amaethwyr Ieuainc Meirion, 1943-1973, comprising minutes, 1943-1963; reports, 1953-1960; circulars, 1963-1973; miscellaneous administrative papers, 1957-1963; notebook, 1949-1961; and essay on the history of Llanegryn, Merionethshire, 1947....

3 National Library of Wales: Baker, Elizabeth, papers

Papers of Elizabeth Baker, 1740-1798, comprising correspondence, 1743-1798; copies of verses, including some relating to the impeachment of Warren Hastings; correspondence relating to legal matters arising from the mining partnership and the ownership of the Nannau estate, 1779-1781; journals relati...

4 National Library of Wales: Burdon deeds

Deeds and documents, 1719-1855, relating mainly to the Peniarth estate in Merionethshire and Caernarfonshire, mainly leases, bonds and mortgages, 1728-1767....

5 National Library of Wales: Thomas-Stanford, Charles, collection of deeds

Deeds and other records, 1538-1826, relating to properties mainly in Merionethshire, particularly lands formerly belonging to the dissolved monastery of Cymer [p. Llanelltyd] near Dolgellau, and the rectory of Llanegryn, Merionethshire....

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