Caernarvonshire (Wales)



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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.


Cecily Williams-Ellis Papers,

  • GB 0210 CECLIS
  • Fonds
  • 1941-1983 /

Minutes and administrative papers of the National Executive Committee of the Campaign for the Protection of Rural Wales, 1958, 1972-1982; Caernarfonshire branch records, 1943-1983; local groups' correspondence files, 1952-1980; subject files containing correspondence and reports, 1945-1980, including Snowdonia National Park, 1945-1979; industrial development, 1942-1981; roads and transport, 1947-1980; forestry, 1947-1980; caravans and holiday accommodation, 1941-1979; and miscellaneous photographs of architecture, rural landscapes and eyesores, including litter, derelict buildings, and obtrusive signs and aerials.

Williams-Ellis, Cecily, 1899-1992.

Conservative Party (North Wales) Papers,

  • GB 0210 CONLES
  • Fonds
  • 1953-1992 /

Minute books, correspondence and papers, 1953-1992, relating to the Conservative Party in North Wales, including general political papers and circulars, 1971-1989; papers of the North Wales European Election, 1989; news sheets produced by the Brecon and Radnor Conservative Association, 1963-1972; papers relating to the training of constituency agents, 1970-1978; minutes and correspondence of the executive council of the Caernarvon Division of the Conservative and Unionist Association, 1953-1992; papers concerning the Pwllheli Conservative Club, the Association's Annual General Meetings, briefings and reports, 1982-1992; papers including minutes of the executive council and other committees; correspondence, circulars, memoranda, balance sheets of the Conway Constituency Conservative and Unionist Association, 1967-1982; minutes of the Llandudno Junction branch, 1951-1986; records of the Denbigh Constituency Conservative Association, 1974-1982; papers of the National Society of Conservative and Unionist Agents, both the National and Wales and Monmouthshire branches, 1970-1980; and minutes of the North Wales European Constituency Conservative Council, 1978-1989.

Conservative Party (Great Britain). North Wales European Constituency Conservative Council.

David Thomas (Bangor) Papers,

  • GB 0210 DAVGOR
  • Fonds
  • 1878-1929 (accumulated [c. 1900]-1929) /

Correspondence of David Thomas, 1907-1929, together with pamphlets, reports and other printed items relating mainly to socialism, the Independent Labour Party, workers' unions, agricultural wages, publication of Y Werin a'i Theyrnas, local committees in North Wales for improvement of social conditions, the Caernarfonshire parliamentary election, 1922, and miscellaneous unspecified subjects; incomplete copies of David Thomas's printed works, articles and parts of his thesis, 1928; account books, [c. 1878]-1910, belonging chiefly to John Williams, Bwlchgwyn, Denbighshire; a small notebook containing literary adjudications in connection with an eisteddfod at Tal-y-sarn, 1908, and translations of six stories from French into Welsh by Morfudd' [Miss H. Jones, Porth] andNehushtan' [N. El. Thomas, Swansea], entered at the Barry National Eisteddfod 1920.

Thomas, David, 1880-1967

E. W. Cemlyn-Jones Collection of Caernarfonshire Deeds,

  • GB 0210 CEMNES
  • Fonds
  • 1617-1889 /

Deeds, documents and probate records, 1617-1853, relating mainly to the parishes of Caerhun, Conwy, Dwygyfylchi, Gyffin, Llanbedrycennin and Llannor, Caernarfonshire, and to the Abbey estate, in Denbighshire, Merionethshire and Caernarfonshire, 1811-1819; notes on sermons, 1861-1889; and miscellaneous papers relating to Amlwch, Anglesey, 1801-1868.

Cemlyn-Jones, Elias Wynne, Sir, 1888-1966

Enwogion Llŷn ac Eifionydd,

A manuscript by John Jones ('Myrddin Fardd') containing an introductory chapter ('Rhagymadrodd Enwogion') on the worthies of Llŷn and Eifionydd (subsequently amended in turn to Eifionydd and to Caernarvonshire), together with additional notes and press cuttings on the subject. One of the labels on the outer upper cover is numbered '13' and another is inscribed 'Eben Fardd .... ac Enwogion amryw'.

Enwogion Sir Gaernarfon,

An album lettered 'Enwogion Sir Gaernarfon' and labelled 'I' from the library of John Jones ('Myrddin Fardd') containing press cuttings with annotations and some additions by the compiler.

Enwogion Sir Gaernarfon,

An incomplete biographical dictionary of Caernarvonshire worthies ('Enwogion sir Gaernarfon') (209 numbered pages, with numerous gaps) by 'Gwydion ap Don', which was submitted for competition at the National Eisteddfod held at Caernarvon in 1877.

Griffith Jones ('Glan Menai').

Enwogion Sir Gaernarfon, etc.,

A manuscript of John Jones ('Myrddin Fardd') containing lists of names of Caernarfonshire worthies; and miscellaneous press cuttings, e.g. 'Y Parch. Walter H. Jones, MA, BD Gan Glanogwen', 'Cipdrem ar ddynion od yr Alltwen. Lewis Lewis (Lewis Glyndyle). Gan Cyw Cloff, Scranton, Pa.', 'Cantref Buallt', 'Ail-agoriad Eglwys Mair Magdalen, Cerrigydrudion', etc.

Hanesion Llŷn ac Eifionydd,

A volume lettered 'Hanesion Llyn ac Eifionydd', being a collection compiled by John Jones ('Myrddin Fardd') of literary, historical and antiquarian material relating mainly to South Caernarvonshire. The collection is partly in the form of notes and extracts in the compiler's hand and partly of mounted cuttings, 1838-1900 and undated, from Yr Herald Cymraeg, Y Genedl Gymreig, Yr Eifion, Yr Arweinydd, Yr Haul, Yr Ymofynydd, Y Winllan, Y Gwladgarwr, Archaeologia Cambrensis, Dysgedydd y Plant, Trysorfa Y Plant, Y Geiniogwerth, Y Brython ('Cyntaf'), Y Wawr ('Americanaidd'), Columbia, Y Goleuad, North Wales Chronicle, Y Cronicl, Y Protestant, Baner ac Amserau Cymru, Y Drych, Seren Gomer, Papur Pawb, etc. The following is a representative collection of titles: 'Llynau'r Ddwyfor', 'Plwyf Abererch', 'Plwyf Llangybi', 'Plwyf Llanarmon', 'Hen dai yn mhlwyf Llanbedrog', 'Pont Rhyd-y-Croesau', 'Talhenbont', 'Cyfarfod Llenyddol Pwllheli' (1857), 'Llenyddiaeth Lleyn ac Eifionydd', 'Caer Fenlli', 'Ynys Enlli', 'Ysgol Sul gyntaf sir Gaernarfon', 'Taith dros yr Eifl', 'Aberdaron: Trem ar ddechreuad yr achos [Wesleaidd] yn y lle', 'Y Nadolig yn Lleyn', 'Dinlleyn', 'Adgofion boreu oes am Pwllheli a'r gymydogaeth', 'Ymweliad a Galltraeth ...', 'Ffynonau cysegredig Cymru', 'Taith drwy Lleyn ac Eifionydd', 'Tyddyn y Llan, Llangybi', 'Elusendai Llangybi ...', 'Llanystymdwy a'i hynodion', 'Cofiant Dewi Wyn ...', 'Mangofion barddonol', 'Adgofion ieuenctyd [am Dremadog]', 'Cymdeithas Ddarllen Porth Madog, i Forwyr, Crefftwyr, ac eraill', 'Cymdeithas Lenyddol Eifionydd', 'Hanesion Eifionydd (O Draethawd Buddugol Ynys-y-Pandy)', 'Hanes Plwyf Llanystumdwy', 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.

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.

Llenorion Sir Gaernarfon. Cyf. II,

A scrap-book containing material largely of Caernarvonshire interest (biographical notes, press cuttings, extracts from almanacs, copies of memorial inscriptions, etc.) compiled by John Jones ('Myrddin Fardd'). There is a rough list of contents at the beginning but this is not exhaustive and the pages are not numbered. Inset are two letters, one incomplete, 1920-1, from Ifan ab Owen Edwards, Llanuwchllyn to 'Myrddin Fardd'.

Nefyn Conservative Association Records,

  • GB 0210 NEFYN
  • Fonds
  • 1946-1979 /

Records of the Nefyn Branch of the Caernarvon Conservative and Unionist Association, including a minute book, 1960-1979, and minute book of the womens' branch, 1960-1976; circulars, [1960s]-1977; miscellaneous papers, [1960s]-1979; and publications from the Conservative and Unionist Central Office, 1946-1977.

Caernarvon Conservative and Unionist Association. Nefyn Branch.

North Wales churches and parishes

'Notes on Places and Objects in Flintshire and Denbighshire' [and Caernarvonshire], including the parishes and churches of Bodelwyddan, Bodfari, Caerwys, Cilcain, Cwm, Dyserth, Flint, Gwaunysgor, Halkin, Hawarden, Broughton (St Mary's Church), Hawarden (St John the Baptist, Pentrobin), Holywell, Hope, Llanasa, Llanfynydd, Meliden, Mold, Nannerch, Nerquis, Newmarket, Northop, Rhuddlan, Rhyl, St Asaph (parish church and cathedral), Tremeirchion, Treuddyn, Whitford, Ysceifiog, Bangor-is-y-coed, Bettisfield, Hanmer, Is-y-coed, Marchwiel, Overton, Worthenbury, Abenbury Fawr, Allington, Abergele, Bersham, Bettws yn Rhos, Brymbo, Bryneglwys, Bylchau, Burton, Cefn (St Asaph), Cerrig-y-drudion, Chirk, Clocaenog, Denbigh, Derwen, Efenechtyd, Eglwysfach, Erbistock, Esclusham, Gresford, Gwytherin, Henllan, Holt, Llanarmon yn Iâl, Llanarmon Mynydd Mawr, Llanbedr Dyffryn Clwyd, Llanddoget, Llandegla, Llandrillo yn Rhos, Llandyrnog, Llanelian yn Rhos, Llanfair Dyffryn Clwyd, Llanelidan, Llanfair Talhaiarn, Llanferres, Llanfihangel Glyn Myfyr, Llanfwrog, Llangadwaladr, Llangedwyn, Llangernyw, Llangollen, Llangwm, Llangwyfan, Llangynhafal, Llannefydd, Llanrhaiadr yn Cinmerch, Llanrhaiadr ym Mochnant, Llanrhudd, Llanrwst and Capel Garmon, Llansannan, Llansantffraid Glyn Ceiriog, Llansantffraid Glan Conwy, Llansilin, Llantysilio yn Iâl, Llanychan, Llanynys, Marchwiel, Minera, Nantglyn, Pentrefoelas, Ruabon, Ruthin, St George's, Stansty, Trebrys, Trefnant, Wrexham, Ysbyty Ifan, Conway, Llangystennin, Llanrhos (Llandudno) and Llysfaen. Many illustrations of churches, houses, etc. have been included and there are additional notes by Susan Mainwaring (of Henblas, St Asaph).

Portmadoc Records,

  • Fonds
  • 1723-1917 (accumulated [c. 1800]-1917) /

Papers of W. A. Madocks, including his memoranda books, letters to John Williams (his agent at Portmadoc), 1806-1825, and some materials for his biography in the form of copies of letters from Ebenezer Thomas (`Eben Fardd'), John Thomas, Chwilog, Ellis Owen, Cefnymeusydd, and others; a 'statute book' of the 'Ancient and Renowned Borough of Tremadoc', 1805-1810, with an account of the Tremadoc Ball and Hunt; together with records from the Harbour Office, Porthmadog, including account books and registers of Portmadoc harbour, 1824-1917. Also included are records of the Festiniog and Blaenau Railway Co., 1866-1883; plans, sections and other records, 1860-1897, of the Aberystwyth and Welsh Coast Railway, the Bala and Festiniog Railway, the Beddgelert Railway, the Caernarvonshire Railway, the Caernarvonshire and Nantlle Railway, the Cambrian Railway, the Corris, Machynlleth, and River Dovey Tramroad, the Corwen and Bala Extension Railway, the Croesor Railway, the Croesor and Portmadoc Railway, the Festiniog Railway, the London and North Western Railway, the Merionethshire Railway, the Portmadoc, Beddgelert and Rhyd-ddu Railway, and the West Midland, Shrewsbury and Coast of Wales Railway; a register of shareholders and minute books of the Festiniog Refreshment House Company, 1878-1890; a minute book and share ledger of the Penrhyndeudraeth Lead Mining Company, 1875-1882; nominal and muster rolls of the Caernarvonshire Volunteers, 1860-1883, and other Caernarfonshire militia records; a minute book and papers relating to collections in Caernarfonshire towards Queen Victoria's Jubilee, 1886-1887; account books relating to slate quarries and to shipping, and miscellaneous Caernarfonshire material, 1723-[19th century].

Madocks, William Alexander, 1773-1828.

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