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Aberystwyth Borough Council: Water Supplies Records

  • GB 0210 ABWASU
  • Fonds
  • 1913-1953

The fonds comprises manuscript, typescript and printed material, including copies of acts or bills, correspondence, reports, etc., relating to Aberystwyth Borough and Rural District Councils Water Supplies.

Aberystwyth (Wales). Borough Council

Aberystwyth tradesman's day book

  • NLW MS 6071F
  • File
  • 1819-1825

A day book, 1819-1825, kept by an Aberystwyth tradesman who dealt in groceries and provisions, drapery and household commodities.

Academic notebooks

The series comprises academic notes made by O. M. Edwards while a student at Bala, Aberystwyth, Glasgow and Oxford, and lecture notes prepared whilst a tutor and fellow at Oxford. They cover a wide range of academic subjects, among them history, English and philosophy. There are also a few sermon and scriptural notes and details of Edwards's financial transactions.

Account book,

  • NLW MS 12598A.
  • File
  • 1894-1896 /

A customer's account book - Mr. J. Gibson, Pier Street, Aberystwyth, in account with Alfred Noyes, family grocer, and wine and spirit merchant, Aberystwyth, 1894-1896.

Noyes, Alfred, grocer, Aberystwyth

An Aberystwyth assessment book

  • NLW MS 2920E
  • File
  • 19 cent.

A list of persons in the town of Aberystwyth assessed for various taxes, 1856-1857.

Commonplace book,

A commonplace book of Aberystwyth provenance attributed by J. H. Davies to his grandfather Robert Davies (1789-1841). It is written in more than one hand and consists largely of maxims and aphorisms of a religious nature, prayers and, especially, abstracts of sermons preached at Calvinistic Methodist Association and other meetings at Aberystwyth, 1825-7 and undated. Watermark: 1814.

Corn merchant's ledger,

  • NLW MS 21821D.
  • File
  • 1918-1928 /

Ledger of A. M. Hartley, Queen Street, Aberystwyth, Cardiganshire, corn merchant, recording details of corn purchased and sold, 1918-1928.

A. M. Hartley.

Dr D. I. Evans Papers,

  • GB 0210 DIEVANS
  • Fonds
  • 1946-1966 /

Papers, 1946-1947, relating to an outbreak of typhoid fever in Aberystwyth in 1946; an account of the history of medical services in Aberystwyth (published in Ceredigion, vol. V (1966), pp. 168-208), with related notes and correspondence, 1955-1966.

Evans, D. I. (Daniel Idris), 1896-1968

John Challinor 4

  • Llyfr ffoto 4772
  • File
  • [ca.1930 - ca.1950].

12 b&w contact prints from glass negatives by John Challinor. Included are views of Aberystwyth harbour, Twr y Gwylan at Monks Cave (aka Egg Rock) & Celtic crosses at Llanbadarn Fawr.

Challinor, John

Letters from servicemen,

Letters from servicemen, 1915-1919, comprising letters, postcards and Christmas cards from Aberystwyth men serving in the First World War thanking Sergeant Major Fear, the local Comforts Fund and the people of Aberystwyth for the parcels and cards received by them abroad. Letters were received by Sergeant Major Fear from various fronts, including those in both Western and Eastern Europe, Palestine and Mesopotamia. Although predominantly letters of thanks, some provide valuable information with regard to local servicemen and on conditions within the trenches. Some letters contain detailed descriptions of the fighting, the weather and of life in general on the front line. The letters also include poems written by soldiers recounting their experiences. Particularly detailed letters are referred to in the descriptions at file level.

Mason's account book,

  • NLW MS 22096D.
  • File
  • 1887-1902 /

Account book, 1887-1902, of Thomas Williams, Aberystwyth, co. Cardigan, mason and foreman, including details of wages paid to workmen engaged in the construction of Aberystwyth bridge and sums paid for materials.

Williams, Thomas, stonemason

Nodiadau ysgrythyrol,

Scriptural notes, addresses, examination questions, sermons and notes of sermons, papers relating to the Calvinistic Methodist connection, mainly in Aberystwyth and district, etc.

David Samuel.

Reception of evacuees at Aberystwyth,

  • NLW MS 12593E.
  • File
  • 1939.

Miscellaneous printed, typescript, and manuscript material, August - September 1939, relating to plans for the reception of evacuees from Liverpool at Aberystwyth.


  • NLW MS 23464A.
  • File
  • ca. 1865-1880 /

Notebook, c. 1865-80, containing culinary recipes compiled by William Edward Davies or his wife Mary Evered Davies (née Poole); Davies was a grocer and provision merchant at Haverfordwest and Pembroke Dock until the late 1870s and thereafter baker and confectioner at Pier Street, Aberystwyth.

Davies, William Edward, 1821-1888

UWA Agricultural Society Records

  • GB 0210 UWAGSOC
  • Fonds
  • 1952-2001

The fonds comprises minutes books of the Society, 1952-1997, and files of correspondence and papers, 1960-2001, together with a file of correspondence with the Inland Revenue, 1960-1961.

U.W.A. Agricultural Society

Volume V

A collection of photographs (290 colour, 35 b&w), mainly by Ian Campbell covering a range of protest movements and associated organisational banners including a march in Cheltenham in aid of GCHQ workers, anti nuclear bunker protests in Carmarthen, anti-nuclear and anti UCW cutback rallies in Aberystwyth, events at Greenham Common, a 40th birthday party for the NHS in Aberystwyth and some family photos.

W. R. Hall : Reminiscences of a journalist

  • NLW MSS 7194-7208B, 7209C, 7210B, 7211C, 7212-18B, 7219C, 7220-26B, 7227-30C, 7231B, 7232C, 7233B
  • File
  • 1920-1921

The reminiscences of William Robert Hall (1849-1937), written in forty exercise books and published serially in The Cambrian News, 1920-1921.

Hall, W. R. (William Robert), 1849-1937

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