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Bronwydd Estate Records

  • GB 0210 BRONWYDD
  • Fonds
  • 1241-1933

Manuscripts and papers relating to the Lloyd family of Bronwydd, Cardiganshire, and their ancestors, the Owen family of Henllys, Pembrokeshire, and records relating to the Bronwydd estate, including an early 17th century book of South Wales pedigrees, the literary, genealogical and historical manuscripts of George Owen of Henllys (c.1552-1613), including his Vairdre Book and a copy of his Description of Pembrokeshire; estate records including manorial records of Pembrokeshire manors including the barony of Cemais, including court rolls, 1381-1771, estreat rolls, 1474-1748, and court leet presentments, 1660-1885; records relating to the borough of Newport, Pembrokeshire, 1434-1847; toll books of Eglwyswrw and Newport fairs, 1599-1603; title deeds, 1241-1933, but mostly 16-18 cent.; rentals, 1682-1873; and estate correspondence, mainly [late 19]-[early 20 cent.].

Lloyd family, of Bronwydd


One hundred and fifty-nine autograph letters and postcards, and a few Christmas cards, 1904, addressed principally to George Eyre Evans and primarily of Unitarian and genealogical interest.
Among the correspondents are Frances Power Cobbe; Richard Ellis, Oxford; Walter Jenkin Evans; Henry Harold Hughes, Bangor; William James, Llandysul; Morgan Hugh Jones, Carmarthen; Rees Jenkin Jones, Aberdare; William Tudor Jones, Swansea; Lewes Thomas Loveden Pryse, Gogerddan; Edith Spurrell; Daniel Lleufer Thomas; and Herbert Millingchamp Vaughan. Also included are notes by Walter Jenkin Evans on Bridgend and Bettws Unitarian (previously Congregational) churches; a printed poem in English by Evan Ceredig Jones, 1904; and an index to the entire volume prepared by George Eyre Evans in January 1905.


A notebook containing 'collectanea' of Thomas relating to the diocese of St Asaph, the Church and Nonconformity in Wales, archaeology, pedigrees, poetry, place names, autograph signatures, etc.

Personal correspondence,

Private letters of the families of Maurice, Owen and Ormsby-Gore of Clenennau and Brogyntyn, 1587-1950, the Godolphin family of Abertanat, 1698-1764 and other individuals who were connected with them by marriage, friendship or official business, 1582-1933, frequently accompanied by copies, drafts or originals of outgoing correspondence and relevant letters from third parties. The range of subjects includes personal and social matters; local government; political news; contemporary national and local events; lawsuits; questions of title and inheritance; trusts; debts, mortgages and other financial matters; family history; the education and careers of individuals; property purchases and estate business in North Wales, Shropshire and Ireland, where this is inseparable from other topics.

Hanes teulu,

Ymchwil achyddol 'Llinach Llwydiaid Defeity', ynghyd â llythyrau oddi wrth berthnasau yn yr Unol Daleithiau, ac oddi wrth Nesta Wyn Jones; llungopi o ewyllys Siôn Llwyd, Cwmpenanner, 1690, ac adysgrif ohoni; astudiaeth 'Dyriau Diwiol o waith Sion Llwyd (bu f: 1696) Tymawr, Cwmpennanner'; llyfr rhifyddeg ei dad John Lloyd, 1911-1912, a'i dystysgrif priodas, 1913; ynghyd â cherdd goffa brintiedig i Maggie Lloyd [modryb Tecwyn Lloyd], [1906].

Jones, Nesta Wyn.