Carmarthenshire (Wales) -- History.

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Alcwyn C. Evans Manuscripts,

  • GB 0210 MSALCWYN
  • Fonds
  • [1850]-[1915] /

Manuscripts, [1850]-[1915], of Alcwyn C. Evans, mainly comprising antiquarian and historical material relating to Carmarthenshire and other places in Wales and including transcripts from parish registers, public records and other sources, and Welsh pedigrees and genealogical records compiled by Alcwyn C. Evans.

Evans, Alcwyn C. (Alcwyn Caryni), 1828-1902.

Carmarthenshire,

Manuscript notes and galley proofs relating to the chapter on Carmarthenshire in the Description of Pembrokeshire, volume 4.

Carmarthenshire,

Manuscript notes and typescript drafts relating to the chapter on Carmarthenshire in the Description of Pembrokeshire, volume 4.

George Eyre Evans Bequest,

Papers of, or collected by, George Eyre Evans, 1669-1939, including his diaries and journals, autobiographical data and correspondence, 1872-1939; notebooks and scrapbooks on archaeological and historical matters in Wales, relating particularly to Carmarthenshire and Cardiganshire, 1900-1939; copies of his published works with insertions, [c. 1887]-[c. 1908]; diaries, memorandum books and autograph letters of members of the Powell family of Colyton, Devon, 1788-1921; diaries, correspondence and other papers of the Rev. David Lewis Evans, 1846-1902; letters and notes relating to Welsh Unitarianism, 1806-1905; letters by and about ministers, 1775-1904; miscellaneous manuscripts of religious and antiquarian interest, some relating to Wales and to Colyton; and a volume of proceedings of the General Assembly of General Baptist Churches, 1730-1787.

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'Laugharneshire',

Two volumes of fair copies of documents and papers relating to the history of 'Laugharneshire'.

George Gilbert Treherne Treherne.

Pembrokeshire and Carmarthenshire,

Manuscript notes and galley proofs relating to the 'Additional Notes on the Counties of Pembroke and Carmarthen' by Egerton Philimore in the Description of Pembrokeshire, volume 4, together with a photograph of the Gwaun valley .