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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 Bangor University: Bob Owen's Llanfihangel-y-traethau Sources

Material collected by Bob Owen in preparation to writing a history of Llanfihangel-y-traethau, Merioneth. Amongst the sources used by him are Parochialia by Edward Lhuyd, vestry books, Welsh Piety by Griffith Jones and wills held at the probate office in Bangor in the 1930's.
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2 Bangor University: Papers of Owen Lewis, Arthog

A varied collection of material relating to areas in Merioneth created by many individuals.
Material on the history of the parishes of Llandecwyn and Llanfihangel-y-traethau, is believed to be in the hand of Bob Owen, Croesor. A history of the ruined houses of Llidiardau was compiled by Robert Ro...

3 Gwent Archives: Gwent schools, records

Records relating to the schools in Gwent, including Aberbeeg, 1877-1962; Abercarn, 1876-1973; Abergavenny, 1843-1972; Abersychan, 1866-1980; Abertillery, 1877-1993; Bassaleg, 1879-1986; Bedwas, 1905-1993; Bedwellty, 1880-1938; Bishton, 1873-1954; Blackwood, 1873-1951; Blaenavon, 1883-1992; Blaina,...

4 Gwynedd Archives: Meirionnydd Record Office: Llanfihangel-y-Traethau deeds

Deeds relating to Llanfihangel-y-Traethau, Merionethshire, 1815-1898....

5 Gwynedd Archives: Meirionnydd Record Office: Papers re Aberdyfi property of D. Lloyd Davies Esq.

Deeds relating to Penbryn, Llanfihangel-y-Traethau, Merionethshire, 1815-1898....

6 Gwynedd Archives: Meirionnydd Record Office: Ty Cerrig, Llanfihangel-y-traethau, papers

The first deposit covers the period when Ty Cerrig was farmed by Richard Jones (1756-1825), his son John Jones (1792-1842), and by John Jones's widow Elizabeth Jones (1811-95), and comprises family, personal and farm papers, 1767-1898, including vouchers, accounts and letters. The second deposit (Z...

7 National Library of Wales: Miscellaneous Documents

Miscellaneous deeds and documents, mainly relating to properties in co. Card., 1675-1902, co. Caern, 1546-1860, co. Carm., 1702-1914, co. Denb., 1575-1850, co. Flint, 1770-1776, co. Glam., [13 cent.?]-1924, co. Mer., 1598-1890, co. Mont., 1465-1877, co. Mon., 1630-1775, co. Pemb., 1753-1930, co. Rad...

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