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Abstract of Cwrtmawr deeds and documents,

A typewritten catalogue, with some manuscript insertions, by Francis Green, St Davids of deeds and documents, sixteenth to nineteenth century, in the possession of J. H. Davies [i.e. the Cwrtmawr collection of deeds now in the National Library of Wales and described in detail in a typewritten catalogue (1956)] relating to the families of 'Saunders of Pendine, Vaughan of Jordanston, Warren of Trewern, Allen of Cresselly, Philipps of Trellewellin (Manerawen), Price of Pendine, Williams of Dolgwm, Lewis of Llanveyney (Llangurig), Nelthorpe of Carmarthen, Shorter of London, Owen of Orielton, Lloyd of Peterwell, Powell of Mydrim, Wilkin of Lanrian, Higgon of Spittle, Williams of Pencarreg, Stedman of Strata Florida, Lewis of Llysnewydd and Herbert of Llanvihangel y Croythin', and of deeds and documents, sixteenth to seventeenth century, from the same collection relating to properties in Cardiganshire.

Sermons

Sermons preached at Newport, Maenclochog, Brynberian and elsewhere in Pembrokeshire, 1817-1819 [? by Thomas Jones].

Pembrokeshire Coalfield (Hook Colliery) Papers,

  • GB 0210 PEMELD
  • Fonds
  • 1907-1957 (mainly 1932-1957) (accumulated [c. 1948]-1957) /

Correspondence and papers, 1907-1957, relating mainly to the proposed re-opening during the 1950s of the Pembrokeshire anthracite coalfield and the Hook Colliery, Pembrokeshire, including a report, surveys and notes, 1932-1957; correspondence, 1951-1957; and miscellaneous charts and maps, 1907-1945.

Hook Colliery Co.

Material relating to the Smalls Lighthouse.

  • NLW ex 2203
  • File
  • 1775-1870

Miscellaneous manuscript and printed material, 1775-1870, relating to Captain John Phillips of Liverpool, his heirs, and the Smalls Lighthouse on the Pembrokeshire coast, the building of which he instigated, including two broadsides, articles of agreement, legal opinions, autograph letters and the signed document by which Phillips transferred the management of the lighthouse to Trinity House.

Phillips, John Captain, of Liverpool

Pembrokeshire Pedigrees

  • NLW MS 4978B
  • File
  • 19 cent.

'Short Pedegrees of Divers, Noble-Men, Knights, Esquires, Gentlemen and Women of Pembrook-shire; containing All, or most of the Eight Ancestors from whom they are Descended. Together With the Armes of most of them', being a transcript, made by John Tinkler in 1888, of Chetham Library (Manchester) MS. 6715.

Tinkler, John, fl. 1888 Transcript by, NLW MS 4978B

Llyfr poced,

  • NLW MS 23348A.
  • File
  • 1829-1855 /

A pocket-book, 1829-55, of John Davies (b. c. 1804), Quarry, parish of Clydau, co. Pembroke, shoemaker, mainly recording names of preachers, with texts of sermons, at Pontgarreg, Cenarth, and other Calvinistic Methodist chapels, as well as at Association and other CM meetings, in counties Carmarthen and Pembroke, together with occasional references to family and local events. The volume also includes transcripts of hymns and other verse, and other miscellaneous memoranda.

Davies, John, b. ca. 1804

Arms of Pembrokeshire families

A heraldic manuscript probably compiled by, and in the hand of, George Owen, in which he blazons the arms of over sixty members of eminent Pembrokeshire families. The work contains some gaps and later additions and corrections have been added by George Owen.

Pembrokeshire sheriffs

A list of the sheriffs of Pembrokeshire, 1540-1668. Stitch marks at the foot of the roll suggest that the list was once longer. There are also columns for their deputies and the recorders or county clerks, but these are empty.

Llwynwormwood MS

  • NLW MS 4492D
  • File
  • 17-18 cents

The so-called Llwynwormwood MS, containing legal precedents, many of them of Carmarthenshire and Pembrokeshire interest, medical and culinary recipes, etc.

Memorandum book

A memorandum book containing notes of land and financial transactions, together with surveys of land in Pembrokeshire and Carmarthenshire, recorded by several owners in connection with those counties, etc.

Pregethau,

Holograph sermon notes by the Reverend Simon Evans, minister of the Congregational churches of Pen-y-groes, parish of Whitchurch-in-Cemais, co. Pembroke, and of Hebron, parish of Llanglydwen, and Nebo, parish of Cilymaenllwyd, both in co. Carmarthen. NLW MS 11689A ('9fed Bregeth Lyfr Cymreig') was compiled at Tyddyn, parish of Whitchurch-in-Cemais, during the period 1852-1854, and NLW MS 11690A ('18 Bregeth Lyfr Cymreig') at Caeraeron, parish of Llanfyrnach, co. Pembroke, during 1873-1876.

Simon Evans.

D. T. M. Jones (Solicitors) Records,

  • GB 0210 DTMNES
  • Fonds
  • 1544-[?1940] (predominantly 1775-1933) (accumulated 1775-[?1940]) /

Records from the office of D. T. M Jones & Co., solicitors, 1775-[?1940], including office correspondence, 1775-1840, of Edward Jones senior, 1775-1820, Edward Jones junior, [c. 1790]-1840, Thomas Lewis, 1793-1800, John Jones, 1805-1852 (predominantly 1845-1848), Thomas Jones, 1860-1897, and D. T. M. Jones, 1898-1933; manuscript books, 1744-1925, including letter books, 1859-1917; depositions of witnesses, 1736-1768; deeds and records of lands in Cardiganshire, Carmarthenshire, Glamorgan, Pembrokeshire and Radnorshire, [16th century]-1949, including the estates of Dinas, Brecknockshire, 1756-1949, the Gwynne family of Glanbran and Buckland, 1679-1882, Cynghordy, Carmarthenshire, 1843-1945, Abermarlais, Carmarthenshire, 1712-1923, the Lloyd family of Briwnant, Carmarthenshire, 1544-1927, Glansevin, Carmarthenshire, 1678-1914, the Herbert Lloyd estate, Carmarthen, 1805-1884, Jones Family of Ystrad estate, Carmarthen and district, 1776-1865, and Llandeilo and district, 1785-1882, Glanyrannell estate, Carmarthenshire, 1692-1919, and Honeyborough, Pembrokeshire, 1783-1923; accounts, 1782-[?1940]; manorial records, [c. 1830]-1887; papers of Roger Jones, attorney, 1565-1867, including correspondence, [c. 1750]-1772, deeds and documents relating to the practice and estate, 1565-1867, and correspondence of Rev. John Jones, 1738-1790.

D.T.M. Jones (Firm)

Hospital inquiries scheme,

A draft by Morgan James Rees of a scheme for hospital inquiries, together with notes of an inquiry, 30 July 1911, relating to hospital service in Pembrokeshire.

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