Anglesey (Wales)



Scope note(s)

Source note(s)

Display note(s)

Hierarchical terms

Anglesey (Wales)

Equivalent terms

Anglesey (Wales)

Associated terms

Anglesey (Wales)

27 Archival description results for Anglesey (Wales)

27 results directly related Exclude narrower terms

Anglesey and Caernarfonshire Deeds,

  • GB 0210 ANGIRE
  • Fonds
  • 1490-1977.

Deeds, 1490-1977, including deeds and documents mainly relating to properties on Anglesey, Caernarfonshire, Merionethshire and Middlesex, 1675-1977; and deeds relating to properties in Finchley, Middlesex, 1490-1796.


Anglesey financial returns

A volume, 1906, containing completed financial returns, issued by the Welsh Church Commission, and balance sheets of parishes in the diocese of Bangor, relating specifically to Anglesey.

Anglesey questionnaires

A volume, 1906, of completed questionnaires, issued by the Royal Commission on the Church in Wales, of parishes in the Diocese of Bangor, relating specifically to Anglesey.

Anglesey records

Notes relating to Anglesey and pedigrees of some Anglesey families copied by John Williams (1833-1872) from manuscripts in the British Museum.

Williams, John, 1833-1872


  • NLW MS 12104B.
  • File
  • [1914x1918] /

An exercise book containing poems apparently written by a soldier from Anglesey [J. Thomas, Llangwyllog] during the Great War 1914-1918. Among the titles are 'Deigryn ar fedd cyfaill a laddwyd ar y Somme yn 1916', 'Fechgyn Hen Eglwys a gwympodd yn y Drin', 'Memorial Hall Bodwrog', 'General Owen Thomas A. S. Môn', and 'Arwyr Rhosgolyn'.

Thomas, J., Llangwyllog

Ceinwen Rowlands papers,

  • GB 0210 CEIWEN
  • Fonds
  • 1924-[1980s] /

Music manuscripts, including arrangements of folk songs and popular and classical songs by named composers; concert programmes, 1924-1961; press-cuttings, [1930s]- [1980s], of her performances; press-cuttings relating to the Official Receiver, [1950s]-[1960s]; and notebooks of song lyrics.

Rowlands, Ceinwen, 1905-1983


The series comprises letters, 1964-2001, addressed to Lord Cledwyn of Penrhos, sometimes interspersed with copies of his replies. The correspondence is strongly political, much concerning his work within the House of Lords. A number refer to requests for political honours. Some of the letters refer to events in Anglesey, some from his former constituents, including invitations to attend numerous events. Some letters discuss the affairs of the University of Wales which Lord Cledwyn served as Pro-Chancellor. There are also a number of letters from the media, including requests for contributions to radio and television broadcasts and interviews. Some letters are requests from academics and students for assistance with their research projects.

University of Wales

David Williams: Deunydd amrywiol

A miscellany compiled, 1718-1742, by David Williams, Bodeulwyn, Anglesey, containing englynion, ballads and other poems in Welsh and English, some of the English ballads being printed; a few Latin poems; genealogical and historical notes, including extracts from wills, mainly relating to Anglesey; medical and household recipes; Anglesey rentals, and notes on estates and farming; a copy of a terrier of the glebe lands of Llanfechell, 1599; extracts from parish registers; etc.

Henry Rumsey Williams Papers

  • Fonds
  • 1634-1928

Papers, 1634-1928, mostly deriving from and relating to the legal practice of Henry Rumsey Williams, comprising draft conveyances, abstracts of title, letters, accounts and miscellaneous papers of clients, including the estate of Wynn of Glynllifon, 1719-1840, the Griffiths family of Caernarfon and Amwlch, 1726-[1830s], Jared Jackson, 1760-1836, Plasgwyn estate, 1761-1846, Cefn Cwmwd estate, 1763-1828, Coed Helen estate, 1770-1838, Trergo estate, 1771-1832, Parry family, 1773-1788, Peniarth estate, 1773-1830, Orielton estate, 1774-1814, Bodior estate, 1778-1837, Faenol estate, 1778-1840, Arnold Robinson Burrowes, 1785-1837, Grindley family, [c. 1786]-1842, Morgan family, 1787-1839, Treiorwerth estate, 1787-1844, Evan Pritchard, 1788-1813, John Price, 1790-1844 Caerhun estate, 1791-1834, W. A. Madocks, 1799-1824, Nancall estate, 1802-1837, Morris Griffith, 1804-1832, Edward Griffith Roberts, 1805-1827, William Humphrey, 1805-1833, Plas Llanfair estate, 1805-1837, Baily Williams family, 1806-1838, Richard Garnons, 1809-1837, Cefn Hengwrt estate, 1810-1815, George Bettiss, 1810-1831, William Edwards, 1811-1836, Penrhyn estate, 1811-1837, Wyatt family, 1813-1835, Gelli Goch estate, 1815-1831, Anna Maria Wynne, 1816-1833, Robert Thomas, 1818-1839, Roberts family, 1818-1840, Bodegroes estate, 1819-1836, Hughes, Brydges and Granville, bankers, 1819-1840, Vickers family, 1820-1833, Boston estate, 1820-1839, Owen Griffith, 1822-1846, George Holmes Jackson, 1823-1841, the Rev. Hugh Hughes Wynne, 1831-1848, John Rowlands, 1832-1841, and Edward Hosier Williams, 1833, in Caernarfonshire, Anglesey, Denbighshire, and Merionethshire; legal correspondence, 1790-1848, probate records, 1727-1871, and papers relating to civil cases, 1757-1850, religion, 1788-1842, mining, 1779-1842, quarrying, 1798-1840, shipping, 1778- [c. 1841], roads and railways, 1834-1839; legal practice records, 1804-1841, and executorship papers, 1841-1855, belonging to Henry Rumsey Williams, and records of his family in Brecknockshire, Monmouthshire and Caernarfonshire, 1881-1928. Records relating to William's political activities have not survived.

Williams, Henry Rumsey, 1774-1841.

Historical memoirs of Anglesey

'Historical Memoirs of the Ancient and present State of Mona ... by a Land Surveyor, [i.e. William Williams, Llandegai [1738-1817]], 1807', followed by an index of commotes and parishes named in the work.

Lists of sheriffs and legal material

Lists of sheriffs of Caernarvonshire, Merioneth and Anglesey; notes of some Caernarvonshire and Anglesey law cases submitted for opinion of several counsel, including John Parry, Caernarvon; a table of fees to be charged by the Clerk of the Peace for the County of Caernarvon as from 1779; copies of bills of costs in the ecclesiastical court of Bangor, 1777; bills of costs of erecting a seat in church by a faculty from the court at Bangor, 1779; etc.

M. Broadhead Evans Collection of Anglesey Papers,

  • GB 0210 MBROANS
  • Fonds
  • 1678-1913 /

182 deeds and documents, 1678-1913, including deeds relating to properties in Llanbadrig, Llanbedrgoch, Llanfachreth, Llanfechell, Llangaffo and Pentraeth, co. Anglesey, Llandysilio and Wrexham, co. Denbigh, Flint, co. Flint, and Llandwrog co. Caernarvon; papers and correspondence of the Reverend John Elias, Llanfechell, of his brother, Rev David Elias, Pentraeth, and of his son, John Elias, Tre'rgof Isaf, Cemaes; and letters and accounts of William Evans, Tyfry, Pentraeth, who married a grand-daughter of Rev John Elias.

Evans, M. Broadhead.


Miscellaneous papers mainly of Anglesey and Merioneth interests. They include pedigrees, tax receipts, and a copy of 'Thos. Love Peacock's letter to Miss Jane Gryffydh of Caenycoid Festiniog'.

Newman, Paynter and Co., Deeds and Documents,

  • GB 0210 NEWTER
  • Fonds
  • 1668-1882 /

Deeds and documents (1668-1882) relating to properties mainly in in co. Flint (Axton, Bistre, Caergwrle, Coleshill, Cwm, Cwm Uwchglan, Diserth, Estyn or Hope, Hawarden, Holywell, Hope, Hope Owen, Huriathicke, Kilken, Kinnerton, Mould, Newmarket, Northop, St Asaph, Shordley, Skeiviog, and Whitford), but also in cos Denbigh (Denbigh, Henllan, Llanrwst and Lleweny), Chester (Chester and Dodleston), Brecknock (Devynnock), Anglesey (Amlwch, Coedana, Llanerchymedd, Llanbadrug, Llanddyfnan, Llanfechell and Llanfihangel Tre'r Beurdd), Montgomery (Berth Lloyd) and Pembroke (Amroth). The main families were Mostyn of Mostyn Hall and Hope of Broughton and Hope.

Newman, Paynter and Co.

Priestley Deeds,

  • Fonds
  • 1758-1921 /

Forty-one deeds and documents, 1758-1921, relating to the estates of the Priestley family of Hirdrefaig and the Panton family of Garreg-lwyd and Plas-gwyn, co. Anglesey, in the parishes of Beaumaris, Llanrhuddlad and Pentraeth, co. Anglesey, Beddgelert and Llanfihangel-y-Pennant, co. Caernarfon, Llanfrothen, co. Merioneth, Finchley, co. Middlesex, and in the parish of St. Botolph without Bishopsgate, city of London, including a probate copy of the will of William Barton Panton of Garreg-lwyd, 1875.

Priestley family, of Hirdrefaig.

Records relating to Caernarvonshire, etc.

(With 172D). Two volumes of rough transcripts, abstracts, extracts, etc. by J. H. Davies, with one transcript by E. A. Lewis, of original material (14c-19c) mainly relating to Caernarvonshire and partly to Anglesey and Merioneth, extracted mainly from public records. Other sources include manuscripts in the British Museum; Bangor episcopal lease books, surveys and rentals in the possession of the Welsh Church Commission (now in the National Library of Wales); and printed matter.

Results 1 to 20 of 27