Administration of estates -- Wales -- Denbighshire.

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Aston Hall Estate Records

  • GB 0210 ASTALL
  • Fonds
  • [1165x1187], 1199, 1281-1946 /

Family and estate records, [1165 x 1187]-1946, of the Lloyd family of Aston Hall, near Oswestry, Shropshire, and Foxhall, Denbighshire, and of the Harvey family of Rolls Park, Essex, including title deeds of the Aston Hall and Foxhall estates, mainly in Shropshire and Denbighshire, [1165 x 1187]-1946; cellar books, 1794-1849, game books, 1828-64; over 8,000 family and estate letters, 1642-[c.1906], with over 5,000 addressed to Louisa Lloyd; and records of Shropshire manors including Aston, 1281-1853, Sandford, 1337-1645, Middleton, 1407-1413, Whittington, 1283-1890, and Kinnerley, 1369-1505.

Lloyd family, of Aston Hall

Cernioge Estate Records,

  • GB 0210 CERNIOGE
  • Fonds
  • 1501-1856 /

Estate records of the Cernioge estate, Denbighshire, and records of the Kenrick family of Cernioge and Nantclwyd, 1502-1856, comprising deeds, 1502-1832, of the Cernioge estate; rentals, 1664-1771, 1806-1813; transcripts of documents relating to the abbey of Conway; and correspondence, 1806-1827.

Kenrick family, of Woore, Shropshire, Cerniogau and Nantclwyd, Denbighshire.

Coed Coch and Trovarth Estate Records,

  • GB 0210 TROVARTH
  • Fonds
  • 1246-1906 /

Title deeds of Trovarth and Coed Coch, Denbighshire, 1246-1894, Gwyndy Ucha, 1749-1906, and Teirdan, Denbighshire, 1735-1826; bills and accounts, 1627-1892; correspondence, 1712-1889, rentals of Coed Coch estate, 1801-1838, maps and plans, 17-19 cent., and military papers relating to the Napoleonic Wars.

Wynne family, of Coed Coch and Trovarth

Lleweni Estate Records,

  • GB 0210 LLEWENI
  • Fonds
  • [late 13th cent.]-1769 /

Records of the Lleweni estate, Denbighshire, and papers of the Salusbury family of Llewenni, consisting mainly of letters, deeds and other legal documents. The letters are mainly to or from members of the Salusbury family, 1546-1645, the greater number belonging to the last fifteen years of that period, and relating to Sir Thomas Salusbury, the second baronet. The letters are mainly family correspondence and business letters from estate agents, lawyers, and servants of the household. A few are in the nature of news-letters, particularly those written by James Lloyd, [c. 1640], when relations between Charles I and his Parliament were becoming strained. The deeds and legal documents, 1357-1800, relate to the Llewenni estate in Anglesey, Caernarfonshire, Denbighshire and Flintshire.

Salusbury family, of Lleweni and Bachygraig

Puleston Family Records,

  • GB 0210 PULESTON
  • Fonds
  • 1394-19 cent /

Estate and family records of the Puleston family of Emral, Flintshire, [14 cent.]-[19 cent.], comprising deeds relating to the Puleston estates mainly in Flintshire and Denbighshire, 1394-1849; judicial proceedings, 1546-1791; rentals and surveys, 1485-1786; estate accounts, bills and other financial papers, 1568-1847; manorial records, mainly for the manor of Shocklack, Cheshire, 1461-1788; business correspondence, 1551-1816, mainly 1770s-1790s; deeds, legal papers and correspondence relating to the Irish estates of the Parry family of Dublin and the Price family of Bryn y Pys, Denbighshire, relating mainly to premises in Dublin, 1485-1795, and including papers of John Parry, bishop of Ossory; manuscripts and some correspondence, 17 cent.-19 cent. (NLW MSS 3565-3574) and personal correspondence of the Price family of Bryn-y-Pys, 17-18 cent.(NLW MSS 3575-3588).

Puleston family, Emral, Flintshire

Wigfair Estate Records,

  • GB 0210 WIGFAIR
  • Fonds
  • 1229-1230, 1273-1898 /

Records, mainly title deeds, 1229-1907, of the Hafodunos estate, Denbighshire, and the Wigfair estate, Flintshire, together with manuscript volumes containing mainly family and estate correspondence, mainly 18-19 centuries, including correspondence of John Lloyd (1749-1815) 'The Philosopher', 1766-1814, letters to Robert Howard, Collector of Customs at Conwy, Caernarfonshire, 1735-1775, letters of the Rev. Richard Howard, 1807-1858, papers, [c.1740]-[c.1748], relating to Hugh Howard of Mahim, Bombay, formerly of St Andrews Holborn, London; and accounts, letters and other papers of the Llandudno New Mine Company, 1815-1821, a copper mining venture.

Lloyd family, of Hafodunos, Denbighshire and Wigfair, Flintshire