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Conservative Party (North Wales) Papers,

  • GB 0210 CONLES
  • Fonds
  • 1953-1992 /

Minute books, correspondence and papers, 1953-1992, relating to the Conservative Party in North Wales, including general political papers and circulars, 1971-1989; papers of the North Wales European Election, 1989; news sheets produced by the Brecon and Radnor Conservative Association, 1963-1972; papers relating to the training of constituency agents, 1970-1978; minutes and correspondence of the executive council of the Caernarvon Division of the Conservative and Unionist Association, 1953-1992; papers concerning the Pwllheli Conservative Club, the Association's Annual General Meetings, briefings and reports, 1982-1992; papers including minutes of the executive council and other committees; correspondence, circulars, memoranda, balance sheets of the Conway Constituency Conservative and Unionist Association, 1967-1982; minutes of the Llandudno Junction branch, 1951-1986; records of the Denbigh Constituency Conservative Association, 1974-1982; papers of the National Society of Conservative and Unionist Agents, both the National and Wales and Monmouthshire branches, 1970-1980; and minutes of the North Wales European Constituency Conservative Council, 1978-1989.

Conservative Party (Great Britain). North Wales European Constituency Conservative Council.

Davies and Charles (Brymbo) Family Papers,

  • GB 0210 DAVCHA
  • Fonds
  • 1841-[1960s] /

Papers of the Charles and Davies families of Brymbo, including verses, articles and notes by Daniel Davies, [c.1888]-[1920s], and scrapbooks containing material of Davies and Charles family and Brymbo area interest, 1841-[1960s].

Davies family, (of Brymbo)

Denbighshire County Library Manuscripts,

  • GB 0210 MSDENBS
  • Fonds
  • 1788-1924.

A collection comprising manuscripts of Denbighshire interest, including overseers' accounts, 1823-1836, poor rate assessments, 1843, and highway assessments, 1853-1862; a Llanefydd vestry book, 1788-1868; an account book of Llansilin Friendly Society, 1811-1832; accounts, etc., relating to Bethania Calvinistic Methodist church Llanbedr Dyffryn Clwyd, 1857-1912, to the Tabernacle Calvinistic Methodist church, Rhuthun, 1890-1919, and to the Rhuthun District Calvinistic Methodist Sunday School, 1867-1883; and transcripts of material relating to tithes and highway rate assessments in Llanbedr Dyffryn Clwyd.

Dobell Collection of Shropshire Deeds,

  • GB 0210 DOBELL
  • Fonds
  • 1280-[mid 19th cent.] (accumulated 19th cent.) /

Deeds and documents, 1280-1797, relating to Shropshire, Cheshire, Denbighshire, Flintshire, Montgomeryshire and Staffordshire, together with genealogical, heraldic and antiquarian notes, compiled c. 1745-c.1766 and [mid 19th cent.].

Percy J. Dobell and Son.

E. K. Jones Papers,

  • GB 0210 EKJONES
  • Fonds
  • 1780-1949 (predominantly 1890-1949) (accumulated [1890]-1949) /

Papers of the Rev. E. K. Jones, 1780-1949, including correspondence, 1887-1931; family papers, 1891-1936; diaries, 1885-1936; sermons, [c. 1890]-[c. 1930]; press cuttings, 1885-[1930s]; papers relating to his publications, 1877-1950; and records collected by the Rev. Jones relating to baptism in Wales, 1780-1949, including records of the Welsh Baptist Union, 1896-1944; records of the Denbigh, Flint, and Merioneth Baptist Association, 1864-1949; Welsh Baptist yearbooks, 1843-1946, and sermons and papers relating to various Welsh Baptist ministers and chapels, 1780-1942.

Jones, E. K. (Evan Kenffig), 1863-1950

E. T. John papers

  • GB 0210 ETJOHN
  • Fonds
  • 1881-1931

Personal and political papers of E. T. John, 1881-1931, including correspondence, 1886-1931; personal and family papers, 1882-1930; political papers, 1907-1930; papers relating to Welsh and Celtic cultural movements, 1912-1930; posters and programmes, 1881-1927; and miscellaneous papers and publications, [c. 1894]-1930.

John, Edward T. (Edward Thomas), 1857-1931

E. W. Cemlyn-Jones Collection of Caernarfonshire Deeds,

  • GB 0210 CEMNES
  • Fonds
  • 1617-1889 /

Deeds, documents and probate records, 1617-1853, relating mainly to the parishes of Caerhun, Conwy, Dwygyfylchi, Gyffin, Llanbedrycennin and Llannor, Caernarfonshire, and to the Abbey estate, in Denbighshire, Merionethshire and Caernarfonshire, 1811-1819; notes on sermons, 1861-1889; and miscellaneous papers relating to Amlwch, Anglesey, 1801-1868.

Cemlyn-Jones, Elias Wynne, Sir, 1888-1966

'Enwogion Sir Ddinbych',

  • NLW MS 21911E.
  • File
  • [1898]-1920 /

Typescript and autograph essay by Robert Owen (Bob Owen Croesor) on 'Enwogion sir Ddinbych yn ystod y bedwaredd ganrif ar bymtheg', successfully entered for competition at the Denbigh County Eisteddfod, Rhosllannerchrugog, 1920; together with notes by the Reverend Samuel Owen recording various events, 1864-1898, associated with his ministry at Bethel Welsh Calvinistic Methodist church, Tanygrisiau, Merionethshire (ff. 166-71).

Owen, Bob, 1885-1962

Griffith family of Garn papers

  • NLW MS 16632D.
  • File
  • 1630-[?1877]

Papers, 1630-[?1877], of the Griffith family of Garn, Henllan, Denbighshire, mostly relating to George Griffith.
The papers comprise twenty-six letters, 1841-1865, to George Griffith (ff. 44-94), including ten from his wife Charlotte Griffith (née Douglas), March 1841, on the illness and death of her brother Hargreave (ff. 44-63), and ten from Joseph Brereton, Liverpool, 1861-1862 (ff. 69-79, 82-89); nine letters, 1833-1842, to Charlotte Griffith (ff. 22-43); and eleven letters, 1763-1848, addressed to other members of the family (ff. 1-21); together with other papers of George Griffith, [1850s]-[?1877] (some 100 items in total), which include draft and copy letters, newspaper correspondence, and drafts of articles and speeches, mostly by Griffith, on topics of both national interest, such as taxation, the Game Laws, the Reform Bill, etc, and local Denbighshire interest (ff. 95-415), some being written on the reverse of printed ephemera, dated 1859-1866 (ff. 95-108, 245-246, 306-307, 309-310). Also included are miscellaneous items including a receipt, dated 1 October 1630 (f. 416); part of a transcript, [?1690], of a valuation of the Lordship of Ruthin (ff. 417-418); draft answers, [c. 1705], to a bill of complaint of Richard Griffith, relating to the 1686 marriage agreement of Grace Williams, Coedmawr, and John Williams, Caerberllan (ff. 419-423); notes, [c. 1816], on Napoleon and recent European military matters (ff. 424-430); and a letter, 30 October 1853, from [the Deputy Assistant Adjutant General], Scutari, [Istanbul], to the Commanding Officer of the troops at Kulali, [Istanbul] (f. 431). A letter, 4 November 1958, from Ermine Dixon, Preston, to Edward Hall is included (f. iii), together with a few notes on specific items, apparently in the hand of Edward Hall (ff. 2a, 3a, 7a, 13a, 16a, 21b, 416a, 423a).

Griffith, George, 1790-1877

Henry Rumsey Williams Papers

  • Fonds
  • 1634-1928

Papers, 1634-1928, mostly deriving from and relating to the legal practice of Henry Rumsey Williams, comprising draft conveyances, abstracts of title, letters, accounts and miscellaneous papers of clients, including the estate of Wynn of Glynllifon, 1719-1840, the Griffiths family of Caernarfon and Amwlch, 1726-[1830s], Jared Jackson, 1760-1836, Plasgwyn estate, 1761-1846, Cefn Cwmwd estate, 1763-1828, Coed Helen estate, 1770-1838, Trergo estate, 1771-1832, Parry family, 1773-1788, Peniarth estate, 1773-1830, Orielton estate, 1774-1814, Bodior estate, 1778-1837, Faenol estate, 1778-1840, Arnold Robinson Burrowes, 1785-1837, Grindley family, [c. 1786]-1842, Morgan family, 1787-1839, Treiorwerth estate, 1787-1844, Evan Pritchard, 1788-1813, John Price, 1790-1844 Caerhun estate, 1791-1834, W. A. Madocks, 1799-1824, Nancall estate, 1802-1837, Morris Griffith, 1804-1832, Edward Griffith Roberts, 1805-1827, William Humphrey, 1805-1833, Plas Llanfair estate, 1805-1837, Baily Williams family, 1806-1838, Richard Garnons, 1809-1837, Cefn Hengwrt estate, 1810-1815, George Bettiss, 1810-1831, William Edwards, 1811-1836, Penrhyn estate, 1811-1837, Wyatt family, 1813-1835, Gelli Goch estate, 1815-1831, Anna Maria Wynne, 1816-1833, Robert Thomas, 1818-1839, Roberts family, 1818-1840, Bodegroes estate, 1819-1836, Hughes, Brydges and Granville, bankers, 1819-1840, Vickers family, 1820-1833, Boston estate, 1820-1839, Owen Griffith, 1822-1846, George Holmes Jackson, 1823-1841, the Rev. Hugh Hughes Wynne, 1831-1848, John Rowlands, 1832-1841, and Edward Hosier Williams, 1833, in Caernarfonshire, Anglesey, Denbighshire, and Merionethshire; legal correspondence, 1790-1848, probate records, 1727-1871, and papers relating to civil cases, 1757-1850, religion, 1788-1842, mining, 1779-1842, quarrying, 1798-1840, shipping, 1778- [c. 1841], roads and railways, 1834-1839; legal practice records, 1804-1841, and executorship papers, 1841-1855, belonging to Henry Rumsey Williams, and records of his family in Brecknockshire, Monmouthshire and Caernarfonshire, 1881-1928. Records relating to William's political activities have not survived.

Williams, Henry Rumsey, 1774-1841.

J. R. Hughes Papers and Deeds,

  • GB 0210 JRHUGHES
  • Fonds
  • 1727-1961 (accumulted [1906x1961]) /

Manuscripts and documents collected by and created by John Roberts Hughes, 1727-1961, including, papers relating to the Quakers, including transcribed extracts from records, collected volumes and items of Quaker interest, and notes on the Quakers by J. R. Hughes; various papers collected and written by J. R. Hughes relating to folk-lore and local histories; notes for addresses and lectures; papers and documents created by others, acquired or purchased by J. R. Hughes; deeds relating mainly to Glamorgan and Monmouthshire, and other miscellaneous deeds; together with personal memoranda by J. R. Hughes and family papers.

Hughes, J. R. (John Roberts), 1886-1962.

Legal precedents

Legal precedents and transcripts of official letters and orders, largely of Denbighshire and Flintshire interest; a calendar; proportions of mise payable by the different townships of Isdulas, Denbighshire; etc.

Llanelidan Manorial Records and Papers,

  • GB 0210 LLANEDAN
  • Fonds
  • 1647-1872 /

Records and papers, 1647-1872, relating to the manors of Llanelidan, Llanfair Dyffryn Clwyd, Rhos, Llanhychan, Rhiwbebyll, Llech, Llan and Meifod, Denbighshire, 1647-1872; miscellaneous documents including papers relating to Llanelidan enclosures, 1797-1832; miscellaneous papers relating to the Bishop of Bangor's estate in Llanelidan, 1828-1836; and posters issued by the Ruthin Association for the Prosecution of Felons, 1846-1851.

Miss F. M. Jones.

Longueville Collection,

  • GB 0210 LONG
  • Fonds
  • [14th century-20th century] /

Papers relating to families and estates in north Wales, including the West family, the Chirk Castle estate, the Hengwrt, Rug and Nannau estate, the Wynnstay estate, the Penbedw estate, the estate of Richard Willding of Llanrhaeadr Hall, Denbighshire, and the Whitehall-Davies family of Broughton Hall, Flintshire, and Llannerch, Denbighshire. Records and correspondence, including relating to abstracts of title, chapels, churches, conveyances, inclosures, industrial activity, law suits, mining, parliamentary elections, probate, railways, schools and tithe commutation. Office records, including cash journals, bill books and letter books, [19th century]-[20th century].

Longueville Gittins, Solicitors.

Newman, Paynter and Co., Deeds and Documents,

  • GB 0210 NEWTER
  • Fonds
  • 1668-1882 /

Deeds and documents (1668-1882) relating to properties mainly in in co. Flint (Axton, Bistre, Caergwrle, Coleshill, Cwm, Cwm Uwchglan, Diserth, Estyn or Hope, Hawarden, Holywell, Hope, Hope Owen, Huriathicke, Kilken, Kinnerton, Mould, Newmarket, Northop, St Asaph, Shordley, Skeiviog, and Whitford), but also in cos Denbigh (Denbigh, Henllan, Llanrwst and Lleweny), Chester (Chester and Dodleston), Brecknock (Devynnock), Anglesey (Amlwch, Coedana, Llanerchymedd, Llanbadrug, Llanddyfnan, Llanfechell and Llanfihangel Tre'r Beurdd), Montgomery (Berth Lloyd) and Pembroke (Amroth). The main families were Mostyn of Mostyn Hall and Hope of Broughton and Hope.

Newman, Paynter and Co.

North Wales churches and parishes

'Notes on Places and Objects in Flintshire and Denbighshire' [and Caernarvonshire], including the parishes and churches of Bodelwyddan, Bodfari, Caerwys, Cilcain, Cwm, Dyserth, Flint, Gwaunysgor, Halkin, Hawarden, Broughton (St Mary's Church), Hawarden (St John the Baptist, Pentrobin), Holywell, Hope, Llanasa, Llanfynydd, Meliden, Mold, Nannerch, Nerquis, Newmarket, Northop, Rhuddlan, Rhyl, St Asaph (parish church and cathedral), Tremeirchion, Treuddyn, Whitford, Ysceifiog, Bangor-is-y-coed, Bettisfield, Hanmer, Is-y-coed, Marchwiel, Overton, Worthenbury, Abenbury Fawr, Allington, Abergele, Bersham, Bettws yn Rhos, Brymbo, Bryneglwys, Bylchau, Burton, Cefn (St Asaph), Cerrig-y-drudion, Chirk, Clocaenog, Denbigh, Derwen, Efenechtyd, Eglwysfach, Erbistock, Esclusham, Gresford, Gwytherin, Henllan, Holt, Llanarmon yn Iâl, Llanarmon Mynydd Mawr, Llanbedr Dyffryn Clwyd, Llanddoget, Llandegla, Llandrillo yn Rhos, Llandyrnog, Llanelian yn Rhos, Llanfair Dyffryn Clwyd, Llanelidan, Llanfair Talhaiarn, Llanferres, Llanfihangel Glyn Myfyr, Llanfwrog, Llangadwaladr, Llangedwyn, Llangernyw, Llangollen, Llangwm, Llangwyfan, Llangynhafal, Llannefydd, Llanrhaiadr yn Cinmerch, Llanrhaiadr ym Mochnant, Llanrhudd, Llanrwst and Capel Garmon, Llansannan, Llansantffraid Glyn Ceiriog, Llansantffraid Glan Conwy, Llansilin, Llantysilio yn Iâl, Llanychan, Llanynys, Marchwiel, Minera, Nantglyn, Pentrefoelas, Ruabon, Ruthin, St George's, Stansty, Trebrys, Trefnant, Wrexham, Ysbyty Ifan, Conway, Llangystennin, Llanrhos (Llandudno) and Llysfaen. Many illustrations of churches, houses, etc. have been included and there are additional notes by Susan Mainwaring (of Henblas, St Asaph).

Pennant (of Downing) papers,

Papers connected mainly with the activities of David Pennant of Downing, Flintshire, son of Thomas Pennant. They include material relating to affairs in Flintshire and north-east Wales in general and the Holywell district in particular and consist of letters from Henry Chambers, Edward Jones (David Pennants secretary or agent), F. R. Price (Bryn-y-pys), C. Oldfield (Perthyterfyn), Henry Parry (vicar of Llanasa), J. Oldfield, David Edisbury, D. Scott, etc.; drafts and memoranda by David Pennant; papers relating to The Charity for the Relief of the Poor Widows and Orphans of Clergymen who officiated in the diocese of St. Asaph, Flintshire and Denbighshire parliamentary elections and political affairs, parliamentary reform, poor-law relief, soup kitchens, canals, collieries and colliery strikes, public celebrations, the Holywell Loyal Volunteers, church schools, clothing clubs, eisteddfodau, auction sales, the Flintshire Dispensary, the Holywell Annual Vestry, the Holywell Hunt, etc.; a Latin poem; etc.

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