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Brawdy MSS,
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Bank book,

An account book of J. F. Barham with S. L. Phillips, Son, & Co., bankers, Haverfordwest, 1822-1824.

Joseph Foster Barham and S. L. Phillips, Son & Co.

Brawdy MSS,

  • NLW MSS 11790-11813, 12166-12174, 12918-12919.
  • Fonds
  • [1300]-1936.

Papers, [1300]-1936, from the library of Mrs Ethel Jones of Aberystwyth comprising material of Pembrokeshire interest, including estate rentals, farm accounts, correspondence relating to land tenure, rules of Milford Friendly Society and turnpike ...

Carmarthenshire elections, &c.,

Material from the library of the Reverend John Lloyd, Brunant, Cayo, relating almost entirely to late eighteenth and early nineteenth century parliamentary elections for the county of Carmarthen and for the county of the borough of Carmarthen. The...


  • NLW MS 12166A.
  • File
  • 1788, 1811-1821 /
  • Part of Brawdy MSS,

The Daily Journal; or, the Gentleman's, Merchant's and Tradesman's Complete Annual Accompt-book ... 1788, with entries for the period 1811-1821 by [?John Hay, Pembroke], including records of daily weather conditions, memoranda of th...

?John Hay.

Estate accounts,

Statements of accounts of receipts and disbursements (in one book by H[enr]y Rees), 1820-1824, on behalf of J. F. Barham in respect of the Trecoon estate.

Henry Rees and others.

Executorship accounts,

Accounts and vouchers, 1820-1822, relating to the executorship of Thomas Phillips, vicar of West Haroldston and perpetual curate of Lambston, co. Pembroke. Among them are a statement of the proceeds of the parishes of Lambston and West Haroldston ...

Farm accounts,

  • NLW MS 11808 i-ii A.
  • File
  • 1780-1818 /
  • Part of Brawdy MSS,

An account book, 1810-1817, and vouchers, 1809-1818, of John Bateman, Haverfordwest, recording disbursements (wages, etc.) in respect of the farm of Llwynbedw, parish of Llan-y-cefn, co. Pembroke. The account book (NLW MS 11808iA) was originally u...

John Bateman.

Farm accounts,

An account book, with numerous insets, of Levi Griffiths of Rickeston and Pointz Castle, parish of Brawdy, co. Pembroke, 1836-1848, largely recording accounts with individual servants and tenants.

Levi Griffiths.

Haverfordwest poor rate,

Weekly and quarterly poor rate assessments, and weekly payments, in the parish of St. Maries in the town and county of Hauerford west, 1613, 1630-1631, 1636.


Illustrated transcripts of a treatise and notes on heraldry. The volume bears the name of Miss Jane Goldwyer, 25 March, 1819. Inset are a poem describing the equipage of knights riding in procession to a joust, and a stanza by Bishop [Benjamin] Ho...

Jane Goldwyer.

Journal of a tour,

A journal of a tour of Wales undertaken from Bath by Dr. [ ] Robertson, in company with J. Goldwyer, between 24 June and 19 July, 1799. The tour comprised visits to Bristol, Caerwent, Caerleon, Newport, Caerphilly, Llandaff, Cardiff, Cowbridge, Ll...

Dr [ ] Robertson.

Legal papers,

Papers (case, answer, briefs, a translation of the Haverfordwest charter of 1609/1610, etc.) in two actions in Chancery by Hugh Fowler of the town and county of Haverfordwest, esq., 1721, and by James Cousins, in ejectment on the demise of Hugh Fo...

Legal precedents,

  • NLW MS 11805B.
  • File
  • [18 cent., second ½].
  • Part of Brawdy MSS,

Legal precedents written in several hands and based largely on legal records of the early years of the reign of George II. Several of the documents recorded in the volume are of interest to co. Middlesex.

Legal precedents,

  • NLW MSS 11806-11807D.
  • File
  • [18 cent., third ¼].
  • Part of Brawdy MSS,

Legal precedents written in several hands and based on title-deeds and legal papers largely of the second and third quarters of the eighteenth century. The majority of the precedents are of Welsh interest, among them being a case relating to a wre...


Thirteen holograph letters to Henry Goldwyer, Bristol, from George Gwyther, Custom House, Milford, 1840-1841 (6) (the recipient's rental and the proceeds of his Fox Hill and Woodland Collieries in Walton [West]) (with accompanying accounts), ...

Letters, &c.,

Miscellaneous letters:- W. H. Goldwyer, Bristol, to Walter Scott [aft. Sir Walter Scott], 1818 (comments on an enclosed copy of a portrait of Rob Roy), W. H. Goldwyer and [Mrs.] H. Goldwyer [from Bristol] to their son[s] Henry [and John] Goldwyer,...

Letters, &c.,

Miscellaneous letters, etc.:- [ ] to R. Bateman, Trevraner, 1702 (the composition of affairs and minds of all parties) (draft); J. Barlow, Pemboke, to Lord [ ], 1714 (Pembroke election); Jno. Laugharne, Pontvane, to the mayor, aldermen, and common...

Letters, &c.,

Miscellaneous letters:- Eunice Bellairs, Serampore, to [Emily] Phelps, Crawley, Sussex, 1856 (personal), Wm. Grey, Grays Inn, to Henry Rees, Haverfordwest, etc., 1811-1827 (2) (the action of Allen v. Gwynne), J. H. Harries, Trevaccoon, near Trevin...

Local government papers, &c.,

Miscellaneous papers including a draft case on the petition of John Barlow [of Slebech], esq., and others, freeholders of the county of Pembroke, to the House of Commons on behalf of themselves and of Sir Wm. Wogan [of Rickardston], one of the can...

Milford Friendly Society,

An amended copy of the rules drawn up, 1831, for the Royal William Friendly Society of Milford [co. Pembroke]. On p. 28 John Tidd Pratt, barrister-at-law appointed to certify the rules of savings banks, certifies, 15 February 1832, that he had cor...

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