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Thomas Edwards ('Pencerdd Caer'). English
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Rhuddlan Castle

'Rhuddlan Castle: An historical record', being the draft of an extensive essay by Thomas Edwards on the structure, description, and history of the castle. The preface is dated 19 July, 1916.

Thomas Edwards ('Pencerdd Caer').

Rhuddlan Castle,

Three typewritten copies, with some manuscript emendations, of a revised version, compiled in 1924, of part of the essay contained in NLW MS 8959F.

Thomas Edwards ('Pencerdd Caer').

Flintshire Place-names

An essay by Thomas Edwards on 'Flintshire Place-names', with numerous emendations and additions by the author and others. The preface is dated March 1909, and an accompanying autograph letter, dated 10 October 1910, from W. H. Evans, Sons & Co., The Farmers' Herald Office, Chester, to the author, contains an estimate of the cost of the proposed publication of the volume.

Thomas Edwards ('Pencerdd Caer').

Flintshire pedigrees,

A small group of draft notes on Flintshire pedigrees (Bagshaw of Rhosesmor, etc.; Robert Davies, 'Bardd Nantglyn').

Thomas Edwards ('Pencerdd Caer').

Flintshire records,

Abstracts and transcripts of deeds and documents of the Bodrhyddan estate and of public records ('Placita de Quo Warranto', 'Rotulorum Originalium ... Abbrevatio', Recognizance Rolls, 'Welsh Records', Patent Rolls, Close Rolls, Plea Rolls, Charter Rolls, Pipe Rolls, Fine Rolls), and notes from printed sources (e.g. T. Tanner: Notitia Monastica) relating to the abbey of Basingwerk, and to Caergwrle, Caerwys, Ewlowe, Gwespyr, Hawarden, Holywell, and Hope; notes on Hope church; extracts from a pedigree of Richard Lewys late of Galchog, compiled by Griffith Hughes, deputy-herald for North Wales, 1639; and a pencil sketch of the Basingwerk outbuildings, 1916.

Thomas Edwards ('Pencerdd Caer').

Diserth Castle,

Proof-sheets, with manuscript emendations and additions, of Thomas Edwards: 'Dyserth Castle', which appeared in Archaeologia Cambrensis, Ser. 6, Vol. 12 (1912), pp. 263-294.

Thomas Edwards ('Pencerdd Caer').

Poetry,

Two sets of transcripts of Welsh poems - 'Ffordd Gofidiau' and 'Dioddefaint Crist', with English counterpart, to be set to music for chorus and solo voices by Thomas Edwards. There are marginal notes by Thomas Edwards, and he has dated 'Ffordd Gofidiau' 25 January 1895.

Thomas Edwards ('Pencerdd Caer').

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').

Flintshire in Domesday Book,

Extracts relating to Flintshire from William Beamont (ed.): A Literal Extension and Translation of the portion of Domesday Book relating to Cheshire and Lancashire and to parts of Flintshire and Denbighshire ... 1863, with emendations based largely on James Tait (ed.): The Domesday Survey of Cheshire (Chetham Society Publications, Vol. 75, New Series, 1916).

Thomas Edwards ('Pencerdd Caer').

Flintshire records,

Abstracts of deeds and documents principally of the Bodrhyddan estate and extracts and transcripts from printed sources, including catalogues of, and reports on, public records (Recognizance Rolls, 'Rotulorum Originalum ... Abbrevatio', etc.), relating to properties in Ayleneton [Allington], Bistre, Bodfari, Cilcain, Coleshill, Diserth, Englefield, Flint, Golftyn otherwise Wolvington, Gwaenysgor, Kelsterton, Leadbrook Major, Northop, Oakenholt, Rhylofnyd [Newmarket], Wepra, Whitford, Worthenbury, and Ysceifiog; transcripts of printed accounts of the churches of Gwaenysgor, Nerquis, and Treuddyn, co. Flint, and of Halston Chapel, co. Salop; a note on Carncarnacan [Carnychen] church; an abstract of the tithe apportionment of the parish of Gwaenysgor, 1846; an historical account of the firm of Henry Wood and Co., Ltd, chain and anchor manufacturers, Saltney; transcripts of two notices relating to Talargoch [Lead] Mines, 1775-7, and reminiscences of Peter Hughes, Castle House, Bryniau, of strikes in the mines, 1877, 1884, etc.

Thomas Edwards ('Pencerdd Caer').

Flintshire records,

Abstracts and transcripts from public records (Recognizance Rolls, 'Rotulorum Originalum ... Abbrevatio', 'Welsh Records', Patent Rolls) relating to Bachygraig, Maelor, Meliden, Mold, Mostyn, Northop, Overton, St. Asaph, Tremeirchion, Vaynol, and Wepra; an abstract of the terrier of Meliden, 1806; a description of the boundary of that part of the lordship of Rhuddlan which lies in the parish of St. Asaph, 1808; extracts from an act for enclosing lands in Tremeirchion, 1810; a list of field names in the parish of Meliden taken from the tithe apportionment, 1839-41, and arranged numerically; descriptions of the churches of Mold and Tremeirchion; transcripts of printed Flintshire pedigrees; and an account of a visit [by Thomas Edwards] to Gwysanney.

Thomas Edwards ('Pencerdd Caer').

Cilcain documents,

Abstracts of deeds and documents, 1588-1869, relating to Cilcain, including a land tax assessment dated 8 May 1799.

Thomas Edwards ('Pencerdd Caer').

Bygones; coinage of Wales,

A reprint in booklet form of the Bygones column edited by Thomas Edwards in Prestatyn Weekly, containing extracts from Walter Davies: General View of the Agriculture ... of North Wales, 1810; and P. W. P. Carlyon-Britton: The Saxon, Norman and Plantagenet Coinage of Wales, 1906, reprinted from The British Numismatic Journal, Vol. II, 1906.

Thomas Edwards ('Pencerdd Caer').

Music,

Music by Thomas Edwards - 'O Na Foliannent Yr Arglwydd', 1887, 'Magnificat', 1893, 'Nunc Dimmittis [sic]', 1893, 'Wyrfai', 'Llangwm', 'St. Martin', 1894, 'Llanerchymor', 1894, 'Gwlad yr Addewid', etc.; together with transcripts, 1902, of music by other composers including Lionel Monckton and Paul A. Rubens.

Thomas Edwards ('Pencerdd Caer').

Flintshire castles,

A collection of historical accounts of the castles of Prestatyn, Diserth, Basingwerk, Holywell, Caergwrle (otherwise Hope), Hawarden, Mold, Ewloe, Overton and Flint.

Thomas Edwards ('Pencerdd Caer').