Showing 50 results

Archival description
Tŷ Coch Manuscripts
Print preview View:

A Description of Caernarvonshire

An account of the parishes of Llandegai, Llanllechid and Aber forming part of a preparatory draft of 'A Description of Caernarvonshire' written 1809-1811 by Edmund Hyde Hall, which forms Bangor MS 908.

Achau a barddoniaeth

Pedigrees of North Wales families copied by Jonathan Jones, Caernarfon and others from collections made by Owen Gruffydd, Llanystumdwy, together with cywyddau and englynion by Owen Gruffydd, Robert ap Rhys Wyn, Thomas Prys and Wiliam Llyn.

'An Ancient Survey of Penmaenmawr'

'Notes to bee obserued before you lett yor survay passe yor handes', generally known as 'An Ancient Survey of Penmaenmawr', possibly written by Evan Lloyd, Eglwysbach, Denbighshire, [c. 1621]-1626, together with a nineteenth century transcript by E. Rowley Morris.

Anterliwt Richard Parry

An eighteenth century manuscript entitled 'Enterlude neu Chwaryddiaeth Ar Destyn Odiaethol, yn dangos Pa Drigolion a fu'n Preswylio yn y Deyrnas hon cyn dyfod Cymru na Saeson erioed iw meddiannu', by R[ ] P[ ], probably Rhisiart Parry, Dyserth, Flintshire (1666-1749)

Anterliwt Thomas Williams

A manuscript containing an incomplete interlude which has been identified as a part of 'Mynegiad yr Hen Oesoedd ...' by Thomas Williams, merchant-tailor of Talybont, Caernarvonshire, and others (London, 1761); Thomas Williams's manuscript also contains englynion, carols and triads.

Antiquitates Parochiales ...

A transcript, 1725, by 'G. M.' [William Morgan] of 'Antiquitatum Parochialium Libellus, ad Calcem perductus, circa annum 1710' by Henry Rowlands, author of Mona Antiqua Restaurata ... (Dublin, 1723).

Rowlands, Henry, 1655-1723

Arms of baronets

An eighteenth century manuscript containing the arms, coloured by hand, of five hundred baronets created 1611-1720.


A seventeenth century manuscript containing cywyddau and awdlau, possibly in the hand of a scribe of the Dr John Davies (Mallwyd) school, by Sion Tudur, Tudur Aled, Gruffudd ab Ieuan ap Llywelyn Fychan and many others.


A nineteenth century manuscript containing cywyddau and other poems by Robin Ddu, Iolo Goch, Hywel ap Dafydd ab Ieuan ap Rhys and others, together with the twenty-four measures of cerdd telyn and cerdd crwth.


A transcript made [c. 1783]-1795 by William Edward, Llanedwen, Anglesey and his son William Williams of carols and other poems by them and by Huw Williams and Hugh Jones, Llangwm.


A transcript made [c. 1761]-1792 by William Edward of carols and other poems by himself and also by Owen Gruffydd, John Thomas (o Fodedern), Daniel Jones and several others, together with a letter from Hugh Parry, Plasnewydd to William Edwards, 'Fieldkeeper at Penhwnllus'.

British Remains ..., with additions

British Remains ... to which are added Memoirs of Edward Llwyd ... By the Rev. N[icholas] Owen Jun A.M. (London, 1777), with nineteen pages giving the arms, drawn and coloured by hand, of the families mentioned in that portion of the manuscript called The Names and Arms of the Ancient Nobility of North Wales ..., followed by a pedigree of the Ruthven family.

Caernarvonshire wills

Copies of the wills of William Bodvel of Madryn, 1756, Gwen Bodvel of Bodfan, 1579, and Morris Owen of Tygwyn, proved 1713, all of Caernarvonshire.

Copies of wills

Copies of Anglesey and Caernarvonshire wills and letters of administration preserved at the District Probate Registry, Bangor.

David Williams: Deunydd amrywiol

A miscellany compiled, 1718-1742, by David Williams, Bodeulwyn, Anglesey, containing englynion, ballads and other poems in Welsh and English, some of the English ballads being printed; a few Latin poems; genealogical and historical notes, including extracts from wills, mainly relating to Anglesey; medical and household recipes; Anglesey rentals, and notes on estates and farming; a copy of a terrier of the glebe lands of Llanfechell, 1599; extracts from parish registers; etc.

Results 1 to 20 of 50