Deeds -- England -- Chester



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Dobell Collection of Shropshire Deeds,

  • GB 0210 DOBELL
  • Fonds
  • 1280-[mid 19th cent.] (accumulated 19th cent.) /

Deeds and documents, 1280-1797, relating to Shropshire, Cheshire, Denbighshire, Flintshire, Montgomeryshire and Staffordshire, together with genealogical, heraldic and antiquarian notes, compiled c. 1745-c.1766 and [mid 19th cent.].

Percy J. Dobell and Son.

R. H. Evans Collection (North Wales Deeds),

  • GB 0210 RHEANS
  • Fonds
  • 1685-1911 /

Deeds and documents, 1686-1911, accumulated by R. H. Evans, relating to properties in parishes in south and west Caernarvonshire, Denbighshire, Cheshire and Lancashire, including miscellaneous correspondence and papers and particulars of mines in Llanengan, co. Caernarvon; manuscripts, papers and volumes relating to local government and the administration of justice in the counties of Caernarfon, Anglesey and Merioneth, 1685-1905; together with a manuscript volume of 'Old Welsh Melodies' collected by John Ceiriog Hughes, 'Ceiriog', Caersws, and presented by him to Nicholas Bennett, 1885.

Evans, R. H.

St Werburgh's Abbey

Copies of documents relating to St Werburgh's Abbey, Chester: (a) an incomplete copy of an award made by arbitrators in a dispute between the Abbot and convent and the citizens of Chester (ff. 3-4); (b) two mutilated folios, being an incomplete copy of a document (ff. 5-6); (c) Inspeximus (8 Ed. I) of the charters granted to the Abbey of St Werburge by the earls of Chester (ff. 7-15 verso); and (d) Inspeximus (16 Henry VIII) of a confirmation of the above charters by Henry VI (ff. 17-37 verso).
The bifolium previously used as a cover (ff. 1-2) contains an incomplete copy of the orders made by Rowland [Lee], bishop of Coventry and Lichester [sic], and commissioners in respect of variances depending between the burgesses of Caernarvon, Conway, Bewmares, Hardelegh, Bala, Kreiketh, Pullhely, Nevin and Newburch and the 'fforreynes' and the inhabitants of the shires of Anglesey, Caernarvonshire and Merioneth concerning trials by Welshmen, etc.