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Brogyntyn Estate and Family Records

  • GB 0210 BROTYN
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  • 1296-1977

Records of the Brogyntyn estate, home of the Ormsby-Gore family, Barons Harlech, 1296-1951. They include estate papers and deeds, legal papers, financial papers, family papers and county administration papers of the Ormsby-Gore family, their ances...

Brogyntyn Estate (England and Wales)

Clenennau Letters and Papers,

Letters exchanged between members of the Maurice and Owen families of Clenennau and Brogyntyn, and other correspondence from friends or associates in Wales and England, together with a number of important official documents deriving from county ad...

Maurice, William, Sir, 1542-1622.

G. Twisleton to Sir John Owen at Clenennau,

Notwithstanding all the writer's endeavours he is frustrated and grieved that he must still trespass on Owen's patience. Hopes it will not be long. Has applied himself to borrow a hundred pounds and has the promise of it of a friend that...

Thomas Holder, Richard Brett, George Tieke, James Hoare, Commissioners for Collecting the Tenths of Prize Goods, etc., on behalf of ...,

Thomas Holder, Richard Brett, George Tieke, James Hoare, Commissioners for Collecting the Tenths of Prize Goods, etc., on behalf of the High Admiral, at London, to Sir John Owen, Vice-Admiral of North Wales. Ask him according to the instructions o...

Lord Dungannon to Sir John Owen at Clenennau,

Is sorry that Sir John's indisposition has prevented them meeting at Newburgh. Would have rejoiced in seeing him. Acknowledges the favour of Owen's horse. Returns it with a due sense of the kindness shown in sending it, and hopes it will...

Thomas Bulkeley to Sir John Owen at Clenennau,

He has shown the enclosed to his cousin Griffith who is satisfied with it. Asks that it be shown to the gentlemen of his limit, especially to those who have contributed. No doubt they will conclude that their half-crowns have been as well bestowed...

Lord Dungannon to Sir John Owen at Clenennau,

In reply to Sir John the writer states that he hopes to see him in Anglesey. His duty to attend the Duke of Ormonde will only be to see him a day's journey on the way, which he thinks will be over very speedily, for he hourly expects his land...

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