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32 Archival description results for Carmarthenshire

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An account book,

An account book kept by a Carmarthenshire attorney [?David Williams, Carmarthen] containing particulars of work done and fees charged.

?David Williams.

Ancient trackways,

Notes by G. G. T. Treherne on ancient trackways in 'Laugharneshire' and suggestions of a possible pilgrims' track from Llanfihangel Abercowin to Tavernspite.

George Gilbert Treherne Treherne.

Calendar of Carmarthenshire sheriffs and genealogical material

'Calendar of all The High-Sheriffs for The County of Carmarthen and of all the Mayors, Bailiffs and Sheriffs of the Corporation of Carmarthen from the year of Our Lord 1400 to 1818 ...'; genealogical notes and tables largely of South Wales families, with numerous notes and annotations by Stedman Thomas; etc.

Cardiganshire and Carmarthenshire Deeds,

  • GB 0210 CARIRE
  • Fonds
  • 1782-1951 /

Deeds relating mainly to Cardiganshire and Carmarthenshire, 1782-1951, including deeds of the Johnes family of Hafod, Cardiganshire, and rentals of manors in Cardiganshire and Carmarthenshire, [c. 1891]-1925, including the manor of Tal-sarn and Silian, [c. 1891]-1916.

Johnes family, of Hafod, Cardiganshire

Cardiganshire and Carmarthenshire Manorial Records,

  • GB 0210 CARORIAL
  • Fonds
  • 1832-1936 /

Records and court rolls, 1832-1936, mainly relating to the manors of Anhuniog, Creuddyn, Cyfoethbrenin, Mebwynion, Mefenydd, Perfedd, Tal-y-sarn and Silian, in Cardiganshire, 1874-1936, and the manors of Caeo, Catheiniog, Glyncothi and Bwlchcymbyd, Mabelfyw, Mabedrud, Maenordeilo, Mallaen, Pennant Forest and Talley, in Carmarthenshire, 1883-1934; copies of surveys of Talley, 1832; and miscellaneous documents, 1842-1858.

Various manorial courts in Wales.

Carmarthenshire landlord's account book

  • NLW MS 4275B
  • File
  • 1681-1696

An account book kept, c. 1681-1696, by a [? Carmarthenshire] landlord (possibly Thomas Lloyd, Alltycadno (d. by 1721)) to record financial and farming transactions, including rents due and paid to him, rates and other dues paid, wages of servants, purchases and sales of livestock, etc.

Lloyd, Thomas, Alltycadno, Carmarthenshire, d. by 1721 Account book possibly by (c. 1681-1696), NLW MS 4275B

Carmarthenshire Unitarian chapels

  • NLW MS 4457E
  • File
  • 20 cent.

Schedules and notes of deeds and documents relating to some Carmarthenshire Unitarian chapels, etc.

D. T. M. Jones (Solicitors) Records,

  • GB 0210 DTMNES
  • Fonds
  • 1544-[?1940] (predominantly 1775-1933) (accumulated 1775-[?1940]) /

Records from the office of D. T. M Jones & Co., solicitors, 1775-[?1940], including office correspondence, 1775-1840, of Edward Jones senior, 1775-1820, Edward Jones junior, [c. 1790]-1840, Thomas Lewis, 1793-1800, John Jones, 1805-1852 (predominantly 1845-1848), Thomas Jones, 1860-1897, and D. T. M. Jones, 1898-1933; manuscript books, 1744-1925, including letter books, 1859-1917; depositions of witnesses, 1736-1768; deeds and records of lands in Cardiganshire, Carmarthenshire, Glamorgan, Pembrokeshire and Radnorshire, [16th century]-1949, including the estates of Dinas, Brecknockshire, 1756-1949, the Gwynne family of Glanbran and Buckland, 1679-1882, Cynghordy, Carmarthenshire, 1843-1945, Abermarlais, Carmarthenshire, 1712-1923, the Lloyd family of Briwnant, Carmarthenshire, 1544-1927, Glansevin, Carmarthenshire, 1678-1914, the Herbert Lloyd estate, Carmarthen, 1805-1884, Jones Family of Ystrad estate, Carmarthen and district, 1776-1865, and Llandeilo and district, 1785-1882, Glanyrannell estate, Carmarthenshire, 1692-1919, and Honeyborough, Pembrokeshire, 1783-1923; accounts, 1782-[?1940]; manorial records, [c. 1830]-1887; papers of Roger Jones, attorney, 1565-1867, including correspondence, [c. 1750]-1772, deeds and documents relating to the practice and estate, 1565-1867, and correspondence of Rev. John Jones, 1738-1790.

D.T.M. Jones (Firm)


A home-made volume, roughly bound in parchment, containing transcripts of hymns and some sermon notes in the hand of David Thomas, Llwynywermwd, Llan-y-crwys, son of the Reverend Zacharias Thomas, Baptist minister, of Aberdyar, etc. The volume was compiled during the period 1805-1806. Among the papers used to compile the manuscript are an agreement, 1790, for the lease, from W. Williams to Zacharias Thomas, of Emlych, parish of Penbrey, co. Carmarthen; a voucher, 1797, to Zacharias Thomas from D. J. Jenkins, Lampeter, for a waistcoat, etc.; and a holograph letter from John Williams, Carmarthen, to Zech. Thomas, 1802 ( the distribution of 'papers' to the Association and the churches). The volume also includes the score of a hymn-tune entitled 'Difyrwch gwyr y Gogledd'.

David Thomas and others.

Game book,

  • NLW MS 23298C.
  • File
  • 1893-1922 /

Game book of William Lewes (1878-1952), Llysnewydd, parish of Llangeler, co. Carmarthen, containing a record of game killed, 1893-1922, with particulars of their disposal, 1901-20.

Lewes, William, 1878-1952

Golden Grove estate rentals,

Rentals of the Golden Grove estate, co. Carmarthen, c. 1650 (ff. 1-70) and 1671 (ff. 91 verso-189 verso inverted text), both apparently written, and the latter signed, by Richard Vaughan, 2nd earl of Carbery (?1600-1686), including details about leases granted, duties payable, names of previous and present tenants, entry fines and details added following his death of leases granted, 1694-6 (ff. 104, 126, 139 verso).

Griffiths Charity,

Correspondence, notes and papers, 1908-1909, relating to the Griffiths Charity and the administration of the Mrs Mary Griffiths Charity Fund which was applicable to the Calvinistic Methodists in the following parishes: Conwil Gaeo, Llanfynydd, Llansawel and Talley, county Carmarthen, and Llangeitho, Cardiganshire. J. H. Davies was one of the trustees of the fund.

John Rowlands: Monumental inscriptions of Carmarthenshire

A volume, 19 cent., probably compiled by John Rowlands, Librarian to Sir Thomas Phillipps, containing copies of inscriptions in the parish churches of Llanelly, Pembrey, Kidwelly, St Ishmael's, Llansaint and Llanstephan, with notes as to Llanybri, Llandeilo Abercowin, Llanfihangel Abercowin, &c.

Rowland, John, ca. 1824-1891 Monumental inscriptions of Carmarthenshire (19 cent.), NLW MS 45B

Llwynwormwood MS

  • NLW MS 4492D
  • File
  • 17-18 cents

The so-called Llwynwormwood MS, containing legal precedents, many of them of Carmarthenshire and Pembrokeshire interest, medical and culinary recipes, etc.

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