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St Davids Diocesan Records

  • GB 0210 STDAVIDS
  • Fonds
  • 1397-2005.

Records relating to the administration of the diocese of St Davids and Dean and Chapter of St Davids Cathedral since 1397, comprising episcopal registers, bishops' transcripts, marriage bonds and affidavits, and chapter act books, as well as records relating to: the ordination, appointment and resignation of clergymen and other individuals; the licensing of curates and other individuals; the licensing and consecration of land and buildings; faculty papers; dilapidations and sequestrations; augmentations, the creation of new parishes and boundary changes; dissenters' meeting houses and Roman Catholic chapels; episcopal revenues and accounts; Brecon Collegiate Church; parochial returns; deeds; consistory courts; visitations; correspondence; and miscellaneous volumes and papers, including terriers and documents relating to episcopal elections.

Church in Wales. Diocese of St. Davids

Neuaddfawr (Tal-y-bont) Family Papers,

  • GB 0210 NEUTAL
  • Fonds
  • 1843-1955 /

Deeds, documents and business papers, 1843-1955, of the Evans family of Neuaddfawr and Rhydyronen, p. Llanfihangel Genau'r Glyn, Cardiganshire, together with poor rate books for the township of Trefeurig in the parish of Llanbadarn Fawr, [1850s]-[1860s] and an account book of Seion Independent Chapel in the township of Ceulan-a-Maesmor, 1857-1872.

Evans family, of Neuaddfawr and Rhydyronen, Llanfihangel Genau'r Glyn

Milford Haven harbour

  • NLW MS 22769D
  • Ffeil
  • [c. 1858]

A volume containing a transcript of Remarks on the Pre eminent Natural advantages of Milford Haven as the Western Terminal Port to the Railways of Great Britain 1846, appended to which are twenty-one pen-and-ink and pencil sketches of the South and West Wales coast, illustrating the narrative. The text evinces the author's knowledge of the navigational hazards of the South and West Wales coast and may be the work of David Propert, harbour-master at Milford Haven, a spirited voice in advocating Milford's case as the western terminal port to the railways. These remarks, much condensed and re-arranged, and without the sketches, were published as an anonymous pamphlet with the same title in 1847.

Propert, David, Milford Haven

Thomas Edward Owen (Manchester and Milford Railway) Papers,

  • GB 0210 THOEOWEN
  • Fonds
  • 1820-1936 /

Papers relating to T. E. Owen and his father T. Owen, 1820-1936, including diaries and memorandum books, 1820-1905; correspondence, 1878-1907; a time-book of men building the railway bridge over the Rheidol, 1887, kept by T. E. Owen; monthly summaries of materials used, 1880-98; hay account, l873-1899; printed reports of the Manager and Receiver of the Manchester and Milford Railway, 1882-1894; statements of accounts, 1881-2; rules and regulations of the railway, 1865, 1897; rules of the M. & M. Railway Friendly Society, 1868; balance sheets, 1877-1904; plans and photographs of buildings, rolling stock and personnel.

Owen, Thomas Edward, 1871?-1946?

Gwenallt manuscripts

  • Fonds
  • [1960s]-1982

Papers, [1960s]-1982, of David James Jones (Gwenallt), comprising autograph and typescript drafts of Ffwrneisiau - Cronicl Blynyddoedd Mebyd (Llandysul, 1982), with some related material.

Gwenallt, 1899-1968

Papurau Gwenallt

  • GB 0210 GWELLT
  • Fonds
  • 1913-1970

Llawysgrifau a chopïau teipysgrif o gerddi Gwenallt, 1922-[1968], yn cynnwys 'Mynach','Ynys Enlli', a cherddi eraill a gyhoeddwyd; sgriptiau, dramâu ac anerchiad, yn bennaf ar gyfer y radio,1947-1952; llyfrau, nodiadau rhydd a phenawdau'n cynnwys nodiadau a gopïwyd o lyfrau ac erthyglau wedi eu paratoi ar gyfer darlithoedd, sgyrsiau, anerchiadau, gweithiau cyhoeddedig ac ysgolion, 1913-1958; llythyrau, at Gwenallt yn bennaf, a rhai at ei weddw, 1926-1970; deunydd yn ymwneud â'i gofiant i Idwal Jones (1958) yn cynnwys llyfrau nodiadau a chopïau drafft o ran o'r llyfr yn ogystal â chaneuon, cerddi a pharodïau gan Jones, 1922-[1958]; a llyfr cofnodion,1929-1933, 'Cymdeithas yr Hwrddod' a ffurfiwyd gan Gwenallt ac Idwal Jones yn Aberystwyth. Derbyniwyd cyfrol o gerddi cynnar, heb eu cyhoeddi, a hefyd cyfrol o nodiadau llawysgrif, Medi 2013 a llyfr nodiadau yn cynnwys dyfyniadau o lyfrau Saesneg a drafftiau o gerddi cyhoeddedig gan Gwenallt yn Gymraeg yn Nhachwedd 2015. = Manuscripts and typescripts of poetry by Gwenallt, 1922-[1968], including 'Y Mynach', 'Ynys Enlli' and other published poems; scripts, dramas and an address, mostly written for radio, 1947-1952; notebooks, loose notes and headings containing notes copied from books and articles in preparation for lectures, talks, addresses, published works and for school, 1913-1958; letters, mostly to Gwenallt, with some to his widow, 1926-1970; material relating to his biography of Idwal Jones (1958) including notebooks and drafts of parts of the book as well as songs, poems and parodies written by Jones, 1922-[1958]; and a minute book, 1929-1933, of 'Cymdeithas yr Hwrddod', formed by Gwenallt and Idwal Jones at Aberystwyth. A further volume of early poetry in Gwenallt's hand, not published, and a volume of manuscript notes were received, September 2013; and a notebook containing quotes from English books and drafts of published poems by Gwenallt in Welsh was donated in November 2015 .

Gwenallt, 1899-1968

Collection relating to Sussex

  • NLW MSS 2223-2224E
  • Ffeil
  • [1785x1834]

The Sussex sections of 'Collectanea Caleyana' - a collection of historical, genealogical, legal and topographical material compiled by John Caley, Keeper of the Records in the Augmentation Office and the Chapter House, Westminster.

Caley, John, 1763-1834

Archifau Cymdeithas Cymreigyddion y Fenni,

  • GB 0210 MSCYMFEN
  • Fonds
  • 1834-1853

Llenyddiaeth a gyflwynwyd i eisteddfodau Cymreigyddion y Fenni, gyda beirniadaethau, 1834-1853. Nid yw'n cynnwys unrhyw bapurau gweinyddol. = Literary works submitted to the eisteddfodau of Cymdeithas Cymreigyddion y Fenni, with adjudications, 1834-1853. No administrative papers are included.

Cymdeithas Cymreigyddion y Fenni.

Llanbadrig miscellanea

  • NLW MS 16361D.
  • Ffeil
  • [19 cent., last ¼]-1903

Miscellaneous papers, [19 cent., last ¼]-1903, relating to the parish of Llanbadrig, Anglesey, collected by the Rev. Thomas Prichard, vicar of Llanbadrig.
These include a manuscript entitled 'My Village', [19 cent., last ¼], describing Cemaes and Llanbadrig (ff. 1-27); a volume in the hand of Thomas Prichard containing various texts including transcripts of documents concerning local charities and Church land, [late 19 cent.], and tithe commutation tables, 1891-1902 (ff. 28-66); miscellaneous correspondence of Thomas Prichard, 1893-1902 (ff. 49-50, 69, 83-84, 97, 100-103); tax receipts, 1892-1895 (ff. 71-82); and papers relating to the Ecclesiastical Dilapidations Act 1871, 1897 (ff. 87-90).

Prichard, Thomas, Rev., b. 1847.

Chirk Castle Estate Records,

  • GB 0210 CHIRK
  • Fonds
  • 1284-[c. 1852]

Estate and family records of the Chirk Castle estate, mainly in Denbighshire, comprising deeds from 1284; manorial records, mainly of the lordship of Chirk and Chirkland, 1322-1853, including receiver's accounts, ministers' accounts, court rolls, etc.; records of the estate's involvement in the coal, iron and lead industries in Denbighshire from 17 cent.; Denbighshire Quarter Sessions records, including order books, 1647-1675, rolls, 1643-1699, and a book of indictments, 1670-1690; Denbighshire militia records, 1602-1797, and related local government records, 1602-1811; business papers of Sir Thomas Myddelton (1550-1631); personal and estate correspondence from c.1600; literary manuscripts, c.1630-1887; and parliamentary election papers for Denbighshire and Denbigh boroughs, 1681-1852, including papers relating to quo warranto proceedings against the mayor and burgeses of Holt, 1739-1743.

Ten designs for stained glass panels, with armorial pedigree of the Myddelton family attributed to A. W. N. Pugin and John Hardman Powell; three hundred and thirty-two volumes relating to the Chirk Castle estates; a collection of miscellaneous volumes and documents relating to the Chirk Castle estates, including an account book of the Nangwrud Slate Quarry, rentals books, account books, volumes relating to the Black Park Colliery, a rabbit account book, and other papers; and an indenture, 1812, relating to Bodlith, Llansilin, part of the Chirk Castle estate were acquired. These remain uncatalogued.

A manuscript account book for Sir Richard Myddelton's properties at Chirk Castle and Soho Square, London, 1686-1700 and 1748-1752.

A manuscript Steward's letter-book relating to Chirk Castle, 183501838.

Myddelton family, of Gwaenynog, Denbigh, Chirk and Ruthin, Denbighshire, London, and Essex

Welsh National Memorial Association records

  • GB 0210 WNMA
  • Fonds
  • 1875-1961 (accumulated 1910-1961)

Records of WNMA, including charters, statutes, and related materials, 1912-1961; trustees' minute books, 1910-1940; annual reports, accounts, reports and other printed papers, 1923-1945; financial records, including audited accounts and cash books, 1910-1945; deeds and documents relating to properties owned by WNMA, 1907-1939; registers of documents of title, 1875-1948; journals, 1912-1932; a staff register, 1913-1937; papers relating to the Inquiry into the Anti-Tuberculosis Service in Wales, 1937-1939; papers relating to the Professorship of Tuberculosis, Welsh National School of Medicine, Cardiff, 1935-[1960s]; biographical material relating to Lord Davies, the 2nd Baron Davies, and Henrietta, Lady Davies, 1934-1948; WNMA staff records, [1930s]-[1940s]; papers relating to the Temple of Peace and Health, 1931-1938; records of the Necessitous Areas Committee, 1928-1937; an index to files, 1917-1948; papers relating to BBC radio programmes, 1939-1949; and copies of the National Health Service Bill and Act, 1946-1948.

King Edward VII Welsh National Memorial Association

François Jaffrennou (Taldir) papers

  • GB 0210 TALDIR
  • Fonds
  • 1771-1955

Papers of François Jaffrennou (Taldir), 1771-1955, including a five volume autobiographical work entitled 'Le Matricule 315', [1920s]-1946; press cuttings, 1899-1955; manuscript poetry and prose works, 1944-1953; papers and notes relating to the German Occupation and Taldir's subsequent incarceration, 1938-1955; family documents and papers, 1771-1925; copies of works by Loeiz ar Floc'h (Stourmer), 1910-1915, and Georges Floc'h (Yann Tanig), 1945-1951; and papers relating to the Pan-Celtic Congress of 1904 and other Pan-Celtic activities, 1904-1949.

Jaffrennou, François, 1879-1956

Papurau Cymdeithas Lyfrau Ceredigion,

  • GB 0210 CYGION
  • fonds
  • 1951-2011

Papurau Cymdeithas Lyfrau Ceredigion,1951-1993, yn cynnwys gohebiaeth, adroddiadau, copïau llawysgrif a theipysgrif, proflenni a phapurau eraill yn ymwneud â chyhoeddiadau penodol, 1954-1991; papurau gweinyddol yn cynnwys gohebiaeth, cofnodion ac agendâu, adroddiadau blynyddol a ffigurau gwerthiant, 1951-1993; gohebiaeth gyffredinol gyda sefydliadau eraill, 1951-1993; ffeiliau yn ymwneud â Welsh Teldisc,1951-1992; a chofnodion ariannol, 1954-1991 = Papers of Cymdeithas Lyfrau Ceredigion, 1951-1993, including correspondence, reports, manuscript and typescript copies, proofs and other papers relating to specific publications, 1954-1991; administrative papers including correspondence, minutes and agendas, annual reports and sales figures, 1951-1993; general correspondence with other organisations, 1951-1993; files relating to Welsh Teldisc, 1951-1992; and financial records, 1954-1991.

Papurau ychwanegol yn perthyn i'r gymdeithas, gan gynnwys papurau gweinyddol, cofnodion cyfarfodydd, papurau ariannol, gohebiaeth a phapurau eraill.

Cymdeithas Lyfrau Ceredigion.

Papurau'r Parchedig D. S. Owen = Reverend D. S. Owen Papers

  • GB 0210 DSOWEN
  • Fonds
  • 1874-[2022]

Papurau'r Parchedig David Samuel Owen (1887-1959), gweinidog Capel Jewin, Llundain, yr eitemau'n cynnwys deunydd yn ymwneud á chyhoeddiadau, digwyddiadau a dathliadau yn hanes Capel Jewin ac o fewn y gymuned Fethodistaidd Galfinaidd/Bresbyteraidd ehangach yn bennaf yn Llundain a Chymru, = Papers of the Reverend David Samuel Owen (1887-1959), minister of Jewin Chapel, London, the items comprising material relating to publications, events and celebrations in the history of Jewin Chapel and within the wider Calvinistic Methodist/Presbyterian community mainly in London and Wales.

Owen, David Samuel, Reverend, 1887-1959

Papurau Caradog a Mati Prichard,

  • GB 0210 CARADOG
  • fonds
  • 1921-1982 /

Mae grŵp 1983 yn cynnwys: dyddiaduron Caradog Prichard,1963-1980 (bylchog); gohebiaeth, yn cynnwys llythyrau, 1942-1946, oddi wrth Caradog at ei wraig Mati, tra'r roedd yn gwneud ei wasanaeth milwrol, llythyrau a negeseuon yn ei longyfarch ar ennill y Gadair yn Eisteddfod Genedlaethol Llanelli yn 1962, llythyrau amrywiol,1954-1979, a gyfeiriwyd at Caradog Prichard, llythyrau o gydymdeimlad a dderbyniwyd ar farwolaeth Caradog Prichard yn 1980 a phapurau eraill yn ymwneud â'i farwolaeth; copïau o'i farddoniaeth, yn cynnwys cyfieithiadau Saesneg o'r tair cerdd a enillodd y Goron i Caradog Prichard yn Eisteddfodau Cenedlaethol 1927, 1928 a 1929; dramâu a sgriptiau teledu a radio; gweithiau rhyddiaith ac anerchiadau a baratowyd gan Caradog Prichard, 1963-1977, yn cynnwys nifer heb ddyddiad; deunydd printiedig, 1921-1974, yn cynnwys llawer o dorion o'r wasg; papurau personol, yn cynnwys cyfrifon,1951-1981. Mae grŵp 1994 yn cynnwys: llythyrau, 1945, a ysgrifennodd Caradog Prichard at ei wraig Mati yn ystod ei gyfnod yn y fyddin yn New Delhi, llythyrau, 1946-1987, a anfonwyd at Mati Prichard, llythyrau, cardiau a thelegramau, 1940-1970, a anfonwyd at Caradog a Mati Prichard, cardiau post, 1929-1987, a anfonwyd at Caradog a Mati Prichard; cerddi, rhyddiaith ac anerchiadau yn bennaf gan Caradog Prichard; deunydd personol Caradog Prichard, 1927-1980; a deunydd personol ac amrywiol, 1926-1978, rhan ohono yn ymwneud â Mati Prichard = The 1984 group comprises: Caradog Prichard's diaries, 1963-1980 (with gaps); correspondence, including letters, 1942-1946, from Caradog Prichard to his wife Mati, during his period of military service, letters and messages congratulating him on winning the chair at the Llanelli National Eisteddfod in 1962, miscellaneous letters, 1954-1979, addressed to Caradog Pritchard, sympathy letters received on the death of Caradog Prichard in 1980 and other papers relating to his death; copies of his poetry, including English translations of the three poems which won the Crown for Caradog Prichard at the National Eisteddfodau of 1927, 1928 and 1929; plays and television and radio scripts; prose works and addresses prepared by Caradog Prichard, 1963-1977, including many undated; printed matter, 1921-1974, including many press cuttings; personal papers, including accounts, 1951-1981. THe 1994 group comprises: letters, 1945, from Caradog Prichard to his wife Mati during his army service at New Delhi, letters, 1946-1987, addressed to Mati Prichard, letters, cards and telegrams, 1940-1970, addressed to Caradog and Mati Prichard, postcards, 1929-1987, addressed to Caradog and Mati Prichard; poems, prose writings and addresses mainly by Caradog Prichard; Caradog Prichard's personalia, 1927-1980; and general personalia and miscellanea, 1926-1978, some concerning Mati Prichard.

Prichard, Caradog, 1904-1980.

Wales at War; Wales in Our Time,

  • NLW ex 2458.
  • Ffeil
  • [2004]- 2005.

Copies of the original transcripts of interviews for the series 'Wales at War', 2005, produced by BBC Wales (arranged alphabetically in 3 large files), and transcripts of interviews for the series 'Wales in Our Time', [2004], on subjects including lifestyle, pop and politics, during the 40s-90s.

Llythyrau at Glyn Evans, Tregaron,

  • NLW MS 23728D.
  • Ffeil
  • 1943-1980 /

Seventeen letters, 1943-1980, mostly in Welsh, to Glyn Evans (or Ifans), Tregaron, mainly concerned with matters of literary interest. The majority date from the period of Evans's war service as an RAF wireless operator in Ceylon.
The correspondents are Jennie Eirian Davies, 27 August 1979 (f. 1); D. R. Hughes, 1944-1946 (ff. 8, 12-14); R. Williams Parry, 1952 (ff. 15-19); Iorwerth C. Peate, 1943-1980 (ff. 20-22, 24-29); Kate Roberts, 17 October 1946 (ff. 30-31), and Mrs Elizabeth Williams, [c. 1974] (ff. 32-33). Also included is a manuscript draft of an article on Welsh secondary education submitted by Evans to Jennie Eirian Davies for publication in Y Faner, [1979] (ff. 2-7); a copy, [c. 1974], in the hand of Elizabeth Williams, of lecture notes by her husband, Prof. G. J. Williams, on the literary traditions of Cardiganshire (ff. 34-43); newspaper cuttings, [?1944]-[1945] (ff. 9, 23, English); and a programme for Community Hymn Singing in Cross Hands on 14 May 1944 (ff. 10-11, English).

Peate, Iorwerth Cyfeiliog, 1901-1982.

Jonah Jones Papers,

  • GB 0210 JONJON
  • Fonds
  • 1946-2004.

Papers of, and relating to Jonah Jones, 1946-2004, including correspondence and papers associated with his artistic work, exhibitions and experiences during the Second World War.

Jones, Jonah.

Gwilym Lewis : letters from Egypt,

  • NLW ex 2441.
  • Ffeil
  • 1943-1944.

A bundle of 55 letters, 1943-1944, written by the late Gwilym Lewis to his parents Mr and Mrs Richard Lewis, Blaenau Ffestiniog, whilst serving in the Armed Forces in England and Egypt during the Second World War. The earliest letters written from Cromer, Norfolk and Woolwich are in Welsh and his letters from the Middle East are all in English except for a reproduction of a letter which is written in Welsh. Also within the bundle is a postcard from London and a Christmas greetings card issued by H.M. Middle East Forces sent from Egypt.

Lewis, Gwilym, ?

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