Rent charges -- Wales -- Denbighshire



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A rental,

A rental of the estate of Watkin Williams Wynn in the counties of Denbigh, Montgomery, Merioneth, and Caernarvon, 1725, in the collection of John Davies, with accounts of disbursements, 1725-1726.

Hafodunos accounts,

A notebook recording sums of money expended on clothes, schooling, books, etc., for Hedd Lloyd [of Hafodunos] ? by his sister, 1662-1668, and rents received and disbursements made in respect of the Hauodynos estate, 1666-1669. An indenture (parchm...

Hafodunos rents,

A rental of the Hafodunos estate belonging to John Lloyd, Esq., for the year ending Michaelmas 1787, with statements of individual tenants' accounts with regard to rents then due, and a statement of accounts between Thomas Williams [?as agent...

John Lloyd.

Letters to Maurice Wynne,

Sixty-two holograph and autograph letters addressed to Maurice (Morris) Wynne (Winn), one of the Grooms of H. M. Privy Council in Ordinary. The writers include David Beavan, Tir Llello, 1668/9 (rents paid, and arrears due for, Tir Lello and the Mi...

MSS. collections relative to Wales, II

  • NLW MS 13215E.
  • File
  • [late 16 cent.]-[late 17 cent.]

A composite manuscript volume lettered on the spine 'MSS. Collections Relative to Wales, II', being a companion volume to, and a continuation of, NLW MS 6209E, which is also a composite manuscript (sections numbered I-XIII) bound in a si...

Miscellaneous notes,

A note book containing financial and other miscellaneous entries for the years 1648-1649, 1668-1675, 1680, and 1686. The financial entries include accounts of rents received, servants' wages paid, sums 'layd out towards the repairing of ...

Rental and account book of Hedd Lloyd,

A miscellaneous rental and account book containing entries for the period 1675-1707, originally the book of Hedd Lloyd [of Hafodunos]. The contents include 'A rent roll of the lands & possessions of Hedd Lloyd, Esqr. in the parish of llan...

Hedd Lloyd and others.

Rental and accounts relating to Hafodunos,

A volume containing a rental for the year 1661 of the demesne of Hauodynnos, and of lands in Llansanan [co. Denbigh] held by virtue of a lease granted by Mr. Rob[er]t Wynne of Dyffryn Aled to Mr. Henry Lloyd of Hauod ynnos, deceased; an account of...


A rental of rents [due to the Crown] in the counties of Anglesey, Carnarvon, Chester, Denbigh, Flint, Merioneth, and Montgomery in 1781, with [the auditor's] remarks. At the beginning of the volume is a list headed 'List of North Wales D...


  • NLW MS 22012B.
  • File
  • 1810-1851.

Rental, 1810-1840 and 1848-1851, of the estates of the Reverend Maurice Wynne, vicar of Great Wenlock and rector of Bangor Is-coed, comprising premises in the parishes of Overton, co. Flint, Llanrhaeadr-yng-Nghinmeirch and Nantglyn, co. Denbigh, a...


  • NLW MS 11498D.
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  • 1867-1868.

A rental for the half-year ending 29 September, 1867, of the Rhug estate of the trustees of the Hon. C. H. Wynn in the parishes of Corwen, Gwyddelwern, Llangar, Llanfor, Llandrillo, and Llansantffraid, Merioneth, together with particulars of incid...

Wigfair accounts,

An account of the rents received annually from the tenants of the Wickwer [sic] estate, and of other incidental sums received on behalf of John Lloyd during the period 1728-1742 by his mother [Phoebe Lloyd of Hafodunos and Wigfair]. At the end of ...

Phoebe Lloyd and John Lloyd.

Wigfair rents,

An account of rents received, 1727-1748, from the tenants of Wickwer demesne and of other tenements and lands on the Wickwer estate. Loose papers inserted in the volume include a translation into English of Horace, Ode XXXVII (Book I), a letter fr...

Wigfair rents,

An account of rents, etc., received annually from the tenants of John Lloyd [of Wigfair] to his use during the period 1728-1742. For the years 1728-1733 a note is also made of the total amount expended each year on behalf of 'Jacky Lloyd'...