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Nerquis Hall Estate (Wales)
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Album of David Parkes,

An album containing water-colour drawings, with descriptive notes, compiled by David Parkes, Shrewsbury, during the period 1808- 1831. The subjects include Llandderfel Church, Corwen Church, Plas Newydd [Llangollen], Llangollen Church, Pillar of Eliseg, Valle Crucis Abbey, Castell Dinas Brin, Nerquis Chapel, Nerquis House, and Llandrinio Church.

David Parkes.

Nerquis Hall Estate Records,

  • GB 0210 NERQUIS
  • Fonds
  • 1612-1999 /

Papers, 1618-1999, including letters and genealogical material relating to families connected with Nerquis Hall, Flintshire, together with rentals and accounts of the Halghton estate, 1722-1748, and rentals of the Gwernheulod estate, Flintshire, 1768, and the Pengwern estate, Merionethshire, 1806-1814. Additional deeds and papers relating to Pengwern Hall, 1919-1999, were received in 2006.

Fletcher family, of Nerquis Hall

Notes and sketches by the Reverend Elias Owen, etc.,

  • NLW MS 12646C.
  • File
  • [1860x1900] /

Miscellaneous notes and sketches ? by the Reverend Elias Owen [for whom see the two preceding manuscripts], including sermon notes; notes on some archaic words, phrases, etc., of Montgomeryshire; a brief note on the rood loft in Derwen parish church [co. Denbigh]; notes on ‘Ffynnon Vair’, and the ruined chapel of that name in the parish of St. Asaph [co. Flint], being largely extracts from Archaeologia Cambrensis, 1st series, vol. 11, pp. 261-7; pencil sketches of the interior and exterior of Gweddelwern parish church [co. Merioneth]; and copies of memorial inscriptions, etc., in the last named church. Also a holograph letter from [the Reverend] Elias Owen, from Efenechtyd Rectory, to Mr. Pennington, 1887 (the finding of recipient’s certificate, a request for his reports for 1885-7); notes on Christ College, Brecon; a list of Wynn portraits at Nerquis Hall [? co. Flint]; and a note headed ‘Rev. Elias Owen in account with R. Williams - Selections from the Hengwrt MSS’; these last three items not being in the hand of Elias Owen.

Owen, Elias