Wrexham (Wales)

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Brymbo estate deeds,

Title deeds, dated between 1555 and 1765, of properties mainly in the parish of Wrexham, including the mills at Minera, being part of the ancient lordship of Bromfield and Iâl, leased by the Crown to Griffith ap Edward Morgan, 1564, held by Robert Griffith, 1587, and sold to John Griffith of Brymbo, 1629; bond, covenants and an agreement associated with leases of houses and land in Minera, 1612, 1628, and Brymbo, 1730; deeds relating to the purchase of a moiety of the tithes of Brymbo and Gwersyllt by John and Robert Griffith, 1615-1621; a financial settlement of Elizabeth Holland and Robert Griffith, 1708; a draft deed of sale and an abstract of title of William Owen of Brogyntyn to part of a house in Wrexham town, 1765.

Chester Street Baptist Church, Wrexham, Records,

  • GB 0210 WREXBAP
  • Fonds
  • 1708-1943 /

Accounts and other papers relating to Chester Street Baptist Church, 1708-1922; deeds relating to Chester Street, Wrexham, 1749-1883; collecting book, accounts, deeds and trustees documents of Holt Baptist Church, 1802-1943.

Chester Street Baptist Church (Wrexham, Wales)

Gareth jones at Wrexham

Gareth Jones standing near a small marquee, a newspaper (probably The Western Mail) under his arm, at Wrexham Eisteddfod in 1933. "Copy by Chas H Farmer, Barry" handwritten in bottom right of the mount.

O. Gilbert Davies Collection of Denbighshire and Shropshire Deeds,

  • GB 0210 GILIES
  • Fonds
  • 1638-1897 /

Deeds, documents and letters, 1638-1897, relating mainly to properties in Denbighshire and Shropshire, but also Caernarfonshire, Cardiganshire, Montgomeryshire, Merionethshire, Radnorshire and Cheshire; plans relating to the activities of railway companies mainly in the parishes of Gresford and Wrexham, Denbighshire, 1845-1849; and printed material, 1863-1897.

Davies, O. Gilbert.

Sermon by the Rev. John Price

A volume containing a transcript of a sermon preached on 5 November 1712 by the Rev. John Price, vicar of Wrexham from 1687 until 1716, when he was ejected as a non-juror and anti-Hanoverian following riots in the town in 1715 (see Alumni Oxoniensis and Alfred Neobard Palmer, The History of the Parish Church of Wrexham (Wrexham, [1886]), pp. 66-67).

Price, John, ca. 1657-1737.

Wages books

The series comprises one volume detailing the salaries paid to employees, 1900-1907.