- Deeds -- Wales -- Ceredigion., 11 results
- Deeds -- Wales -- Carmarthenshire., 9 results
- Deeds -- Wales -- Glamorgan, 8 results
- Cardiganshire (Wales), 6 results
- Deeds -- Wales -- Monmouthshire, 6 results
- Deeds -- Wales -- Denbighshire., 5 results
- Deeds -- Wales -- Pembrokeshire., 5 results
- Deeds -- Wales -- Radnorshire., 5 results
- Deeds -- Wales -- Caernarvonshire., 4 results
- Deeds -- Wales -- Anglesey, 4 results
33 Archival description results for Ceredigion.
33 results directly related Exclude narrower terms
Part of Rees Jenkin Jones Family Papers
The file comprises papers, 1854-1856, in the matter of arbitration between William Rees of Velindre, p. Pencarreg, co. Card., farmer, and his brother David Rees of Cae Glas, p. Lampeter, before the Court of Queen's Bench. Arbitrators had awarded £107 to William Rees following a dispute over 'certain accounts, claims and demands', but the defendant refused to pay the same.
- GB 0210 BRS
- 1465-1883 /
Deeds, relating to properties in the following counties: Anglesey, 1737-1871; Cardiganshire, 1736-1780; Carmarthenshire, 1684-1838; Caernarfonshire, 1831-1878; Denbighshire, 1591-1837; Flintshire, 1465-1855; Glamorgan, 1597-1883; Merionethshire, 1793; Pembrokeshire, 1683-1857; and Radnorshire 1623-1816.
British Record Society.
- GB 0210 CARIRE
- 1782-1951 /
Deeds relating mainly to Cardiganshire and Carmarthenshire, 1782-1951, including deeds of the Johnes family of Hafod, Cardiganshire, and rentals of manors in Cardiganshire and Carmarthenshire, [c. 1891]-1925, including the manor of Tal-sarn and Silian, [c. 1891]-1916.
Johnes family, of Hafod, Cardiganshire
- GB 0210 CARIND
- 1920-1975 /
Records of the Cardiganshire Association for the Blind, 1920-1975, including record books of registered blind, 1920-1938; minutes of the executive committee, 1933-1974; minutes of the Annual General Meetings, 1940-1973; and annual reports, 1921-1975.
Cardiganshire Association for the Blind.
- GB 0210 CARLEANES
- 1847-1937 /
Miscellaneous papers and plans relating to lead mining companies, Cardiganshire, 1847-1937, acquired by the British Geological Survey.
Cardiganshire Lead Mining Companies.
- GB 0210 CARLIB
- 1900-1974 /
Records of the Cardiganshire Liberal Association, 1921-1974, including minute books, 1923-1951; correspondence, financial and other papers, 1914-1974; electoral registers, 1951-1964; press cuttings of political interest, 1900-1963.
Cardiganshire Liberal Association.
- NLW MS 2912D.
- [late 19 cent. x early 20 cent.].
A calendar of plea rolls of the county of Cardigan, 1541-1609, compiled by H. J. T. Wood.
Wood, H. J. T.
- 1988, 1990
Part of William Condry Papers,
The file consists of two registers compiled by A. O. Chater and produced by the Nature Conservancy Council, containing alphabetical lists of species with ordnance survey references, dates, site status and locations.
Chater, A. O
- GB 0210 COLEMAN
- [16th century]-[19th century] /
Deeds and other documents collected by James Coleman relating to Anglesey, Brecknockshire, Cardiganshire, Carmarthenshire, Caernarfonshire, Denbighshire, Flintshire, Glamorgan, Merionethshire, Monmouthshire, Montgomeryshire, Pembrokeshire, and Radnorshire, in Wales; and Cornwall, Cumberland, Gloucestershire, Herefordshire, Lancashire, Shropshire, and Suffolk, in England, [16th century]-[19th century].
- GB 0210 CWRTMAWR
- 1515-1898 (accumulated -) /
Deeds and documents, 1515-1898, relating principally to Wales, in particular Cardiganshire, Carmarthenshire, Monmouthshire and Glamorgan. The collection does not relate to a single particular family or estate, but the Cardiganshire documents mainly relate to Aberystwyth and Llanbadarn Fawr.
Davies, J. H. (John Humphreys), 1871-1926
- NLW MSS 21811-2B.
Two committee minute-books, 1928-1956 and 1957-1968, of the Garn District, Cardiganshire, Calvinistic Methodist Singing Festival, the earliest also containing accounts, 1939-1951.
- NLW MS 16633A.
- 1840 /
Copi o Almanac am 1840…, gol. gan John William Thomas (Llanrwst, ), gyda chofnodion dyddiadur, Ionawr-Rhagfyr 1840 (gyda bylchau), gan Thomas Richard, [Ty'ncoed, Lledrod, Ceredigion], yn cofnodi yn bennaf cyfarfodydd crefyddol (ff. 10-39 passim). = A copy of Almanac am 1840…, ed. by John William Thomas (Llanrwst, ), with brief diary entries, January-December 1840 (with gaps), by Thomas Richard, [Ty'ncoed, Lledrod, Cardiganshire], mainly recording religious meetings (ff. 10-39 passim).
Ceir cyfeiriadau hefyd at weithio ar y cynhaeaf yn ardal Weobley, swydd Henffordd (ff. 27 verso-28, 29 verso), a chyfrifon parthed ei waith fel saer celfi (f. 20). = Thre are also references to his work on the harvest in the Weobley area, Herefordshire (ff. 27 verso-28, 29 verso), and accounts relating to work as a cabinet maker (f. 20).
Richard, Thomas, active 1840.
- GB 0210 EWIAMS
Deeds acquired by E. Williams of Hove, relating to premises in Brecknockshire, 1564-1823; Cardiganshire, 1663-1778; Carmarthenshire, 1437-1790; Caernarfonshire, 1437-1822; Denbighshire, 1507-1743; Flintshire, 1469-1761; Glamorgan, 1612-1775; Merionethshire, 1616-1762; Monmouthshire, 1491-1795; Montgomeryshire, 1636-1773; Pembrokeshire, 1645-1797; and Radnorshire and Herefordshire, 1543-1786.
Williams, E., of Hove
- NLW MS 11037B
- [Early 20 cent.] /
A volume of extracts (partly with carbon copies) from printed sources, compiled by W. P. Elwy Jones of Cwmpadarn Council School and of Aberystwyth, towards a history of the parish of Llanbadarn Fawr, Cardiganshire. The volume also contains lists of dialect words.
Jones, W. P. Elwy, Aberystwyth
- NLW MSS 22877-8A.
Account books, 1849-1880, of Daniel Jenkins of Coed, Llanddewi Aber-arth, later of Tyngwndwn, Llanbadarn Trefeglwys, co. Cardigan, farmer, containing farming and other accounts; a list of purchasers at the Coed sale, 1874, with the amounts paid for the various lots (MS 22878, ff. 1v, 9v-62); and miscellaneous memoranda. Inserted in MS 22877 is a copy of Reynolds's Astrological and Prophetic Almanack for 1848 (ff. 126-34v).
- NLW ex 2530.
Printed volume including data recording the names of fishermen and the number of fish caught in north Ceredigion lakes (Llyn Conach, New Pool, Llynpenrhaidr and Llyn Dwfn) owned by the Gogerddan estate, 1944-1960.
- GB 0210 JOHNES
- 1936-1945 /
Work diaries, 1936-1945, of John Bulkeley Jones, recording details of his work as livestock officer with the Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food (MAFF, mainly in Cardiganshire).
Jones, John Bulkeley.