Fishguard (Wales)



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1797 French Invasion

  • NLW ex 1780
  • File

Letters, press cuttings, transcripts and associated papers collected by Sir Evan D. Jones (1859-1949), of Pentower, Fishguard, relating to the French Invasion of 1797 and to the North Pembrokeshire Local Militia. The correspondents, 1925-1931, include Professor David Salmon, Iltid E. Thomas, J. Kyrle Fletcher and Lord St Davids.

Fishguard Harbour Improvement Company Records,

  • GB 0210 FISOUR
  • Fonds
  • 1857-1897 /

Records of the Fishguard Harbour Improvement Company comprising minutes, 1857-1864; other administrative papers (notices, reports, bye-laws, specifications and estimates), 1857-1897; financial papers (account books, receipts and vouchers), 1857-1897; and correspondence with the Admiralty, the Board of Trade, firms of lawyers and others, 1857-1897. There are no records relating to the later history of the Company.

Fishguard Harbour Improvement Company.

Pembrokeshire notes

The file comprises a list, 1972, of Pembrokeshire historians drawn up by Francis Jones, with additions by Dr B. G. Charles; notes on the field names and occupiers of Tresinwen where he was brought up; together with press cuttings of Pembrokeshire interest, 1931-1937, and a souvenir edition of 'The story of Fishguard Harbour' reprinted from The County Echo, September 1956, and notes, [1926]-[1930], in the hand of Professor George Norman Garmonsway relating to the Anglo-Saxon poem 'The Dream of the Rood'.

Garmonsway, George Norman, 1898-1967

Pen-and-ink drawings

Pen-and-ink drawings by Margaret Ellen James and Alec Carruthers Gould, most of them connected with the Fishguard invasion of 1797, and some being reproduced in The Fishguard Invasion by the French in 1797 ... .

Radio scripts

The file includes radio scripts, 1937-1939, which were co-written by Dr B. G. Charles and his colleagues Francis Jones and B. G. Owens, comprising 'Pebidiog Paradwys Penfro', 1937, 'Cwrs clera', 1937, 'Glaniad y Ffrancod yn Abergwaun', 1938, 'Cemais', 1939, 'Morladron Cymru', 1939; together with notes relating to a programme 'A manner of speaking', 1952; notes about farm names for a BBC radio broadcast; a script 'Pynciau'r Tir', 1965, which Dr B. G. Charles took part in and enquiries received by him as a result of this broadcast relating to farm names; a letter, 1972, relating to a farm called 'Ty Bôl' in Edeyrn, Caernarfonshire, which was featured on the programme 'Pynciau'r Tir'; and notes, [1937-1972], for an unidentified programme on place-names.

Jones, Francis, 1908-1993

Rentals, pedigrees, &c.,

A rent roll of lands in Hauerfford west to be inserted in the estate 'for the erecting and may[n]teyning of the ffree schole', together with a covering letter, 18 October 1613, from Thomas Lloyd, Kilkethed, to John Skinner, esq., mayor of the town and county of Hauerfford west; draft rentals of the estates of John James, Esq. [Pantsaeson], in the parishes of Monington, St. Dogmells, Moylgrove, and Bayvill, 1809-1810; pedigrees of the families of Cornwallis of Abermarles, co. Carmarthen, 1721, of David of Blaenllechog, parish of Llangolman, co. Pembroke, 1823, and of Rice of Tyhen [parish of Llandysilio East], co. Carmarthen, the latter compiled by John William Phillips, Haverfordwest; lists of members belonging to the Loyal Welsh Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons who meet at the Victoria Hotel, Pembroke Dock, and of the Lodge of Freemasons called the Saint Davids Lodge held at the Nelson Hotel, Milford, 1839; typescript copies of letters from Tho. Picton, Carmarthen, to J[ohn] Philipps, Haverfordwest, 1815 (enclosing bills of exchange), John Martin, Withybush, to his son [John Phelps at Ely], 1815 (money, personal, news of the recipient's brother Samuel in the battle of Waterloo), and Sam[ue]l Phelps, Bois de Bologne, Comy, near Paris, to his brother John [Phelps at Ely], 1815 (an account of the battle of Waterloo); six typescript papers on 'Agricultural Law'; a typescript report of a public inquiry held at the Town Hall, Fishguard, 28 July 1905, by the Local Government Acts Committee of the Pembrokeshire County Council for the purpose of considering an application by the Fishguard Parish Council for the conversion of the parish of Fishguard into an urban district; typescript 'Addenda' to a 'Pembrokeshrie Archaeological Survey' by J. W. Phillips, [19]08; etc.

Torion o'r wasg

Torion o'r wasg, [1912]-1969, yn cynnwys erthyglau ganddo neu amdano, gan gynnwys rhai o'r County Echo (yn arbennig 'Our Readers' Views') a'r Western Telegraph gan mwyaf yn ymwneud â phynciau fel gwleidyddiaeth yn lleol a chenedlaethol; addysg Gymraeg; cenedlaetholdeb; newyddion Abergwaun; ynghyd â llawer iawn o lythyrau at olygyddion papurau newydd oddi wrth D. J. Williams. Nodwyd y cynnwys a'r ffynhonnell ar yr amlenni yn fynych iawn ganddo.