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A history of Abergele, etc.

A manuscript containing a history of Abergele; miscellaneous notes and press cuttings relating to Abergele and to the ruined castles of North Wales; transcripts by J. P. Earwaker relating to Flintshire; etc.

Earwaker, J. P. (John Parsons), 1847-1895

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.

Estate records,

Papers relating to the administration of the Plas Power estate and household, including some properties belonging to the Chirk estate, some but not all of which became part of the Plas Power estate; also included are some records from other properties in England that were owned by the Myddelton family.

Extents of North Wales,

A collection of transcripts, mainly by Robert Vaughan, Hengwrt, of records relating to North Wales, including the extent of North Wales by John de Delves, 26 Edward III; a record of a view of frankpledge for the commote of Menai, 28 Henry VIII; ministers' accounts for Flintshire, 30-31 Henry VIII; extracts from miscellaneous inquisitions, rentals, court rolls, and correspondence; receipts of Lewis Owen, deputy receiver of North Wales, 1 & 2 Philip and Mary; notes of leases under the exchequer seal, 1579; notes on the form of administration of justice in Wales by Auditor Hill; 'The State of the Dominion of Wales' by Sir Thomas Canon; accounts of John Lloyd of Ragad, escheator of Merioneth; instructions to the Earl of Bridgewater, President of the Council in Wales and the Marches, 1633; a roll of the coroner for Merioneth, 10-11 Edward III; estreats of fines in North Wales, 22-30 Edward III; lists of persons indicted in Merioneth, 6- 19 Richard II; records of pleas before the justice of North Wales, 4 Edward II; a list of recognisances in the exchequer at Caernarvon, 18 Edward II; lists of persons in Anglesey fined for being in arms with Owen Glyndyfrdwy, with lists of outlaws and jurors; and a breviate of an account between Sir John Salesbury, chamberlain of North Wales, and Lewis Owen, his deputy, 1555.

Flintshire notes,

  • NLW MS 23891A.
  • File
  • 1642.

Notebook containing financial accounts (ff. 1, 104 verso), a list of personal names (f. 2 recto-verso), and notes of legal cases in 1642 (ff. 3-4, 12-17 verso), all relating to Flintshire.
Also included are notes of a 'voluntary Contribution towards the maintaynance of his majesties person' from [the parishes of] Whitford and Holywell (f. 75 verso), a note on shipping troops from Chester to Ireland in the time of Queen Elizabeth I (ff. 100 verso-101 verso) and proverbs in Latin (f. 102 recto-verso). The volume is perhaps partly in the hand of David Pennant of Bychton, parish of Whitford, Flintshire, who was Sheriff of Flintshire in 1641-2, the legal notes possibly referring to cases heard at the Flintshire Quarter Sessions during that year.

Flintshire press cuttings,

A large group of cuttings, 1907-18, from Prestatyn Weekly, The Rhyl Journal, The Flintshire Observer, The Chester Observer, The Chester Chronicle, etc., relating to a variety of subjects of Flintshire interest, such as the antiquities of Holywell, St. Asaph, Rhuddlan, Newmarket, Gwaenysgor and Llanasa, excursions of the Dyserth Field Club, strikes at Talar Goch, etc., etc.

Flintshire records,

Notes of Flintshire interest, comprising extracts from public records and from Harleian manuscripts (e.g. arms from MS 1143), and lists of original sources to be examined.

Flintshire transcripts,

Transcripts relating to Flintshire from William Camden (trans. Edmund Gibson): Britannia, 1772, Vol. II; together with an incomplete table (abbas-calumpniatorum) of Latin abbreviations.

Thomas Edwards ('Pencerdd Caer').

Huw T. Edwards Papers

  • GB 0210 HUWRDS
  • Fonds
  • 1894-1974 (accumulated [c. 1923]-1974)

Letters addressed to Huw T. Edwards, 1929-1970, and carbon copies of letters sent by him, 1945-1969, concerning politics, literature, and the Council for Wales and Monmouthshire, including letters to and from political figures in the Labour Party and Plaid Cymru, and Welsh literary figures; pocket diaries, 1929-1968; minute books of the North Wales Labour Federation, 1923-1930; reports and memoranda concerning the activities of the Council for Wales and Monmouthshire, political life in North Wales, and the activities of TWW, 1935-1966; press cuttings relating to Edwards' political career and the activities of the Council for Wales and Monmouthshire, 1930-1968; illuminated addresses and distinctions presented to him, 1933-1969; miscellaneous printed items, 1912-1967; poems by him, 1950-1958; and other personal papers, 1926-1967; and acquired papers, notably letters from Sir Owen M. Edwards to Hughes and Son, Wrexham, printers, 1894-1895.

Edwards, Huw T. (Huw Thomas), 1892-1970

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.


Letters, 1763-1837, most of them addressed to David Pennant, and mainly dealing with local affairs (Board of Guardians, Flint Enclosure Bill, etc.).

Lists of records held by Flintshire Record Office.

  • Open Shelves: Manuscripts Reading Room
  • File
  • 2002

Printed lists of the St Asaph parish records held by the Flintshire Record Office, comprising Bettisfield, Bodelwyddan, Bronington, Brynford, Gorsedd, Nercwys, Overton, Treuddyn and Ysceifiog.

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.

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