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Correspondence of Charlotte A. M. Johnes (1825-1911),

Daughter of John Johnes (1800-1876) and Elizabeth (nee Edwardes, 1800-1848), and wife of C. C. Cookman (m. 1848). She resumed the surname of Johnes after her father's death in 1876. Arranged into letters received, 1852-1911 (L 4336-5142), and sent, [c.1848]-1882 (L 5143-5182).

Johnes, Charlotte Anna Maria, 1825-1911


Deeds with some letters and papers, concerning properties of the Johnes family, mostly in co. Carm. They relate mainly to Thomas Johnes (d. 1751), John Johnes (d. 1781) and John Johnes (d. 1815). Arranged chronologically, with a few exceptions.


Miscellaneous letters, mostly to John Johnes (d. 1781), John Johnes (d. 1815), and Mrs Johnes (d. 1852). Also included are a sale notice (V 4/93) and a list of clothes (V 4/104). Among the subjects dealt with are estate and financial matters, local affairs, the dispute between Mrs Johnes (Thomas Johnes's mother) and John Johnes (d. 1815), and church affairs. Arranged chronologically, with those undated at the end.


(I) Letters from Sir John Moore, and papers, mostly 1788 (V 18/1-13) concerning the military career of John Johnes (d. 1815);. (Ii) Letters, 1833-1853, to John Johnes (d. 1876) from Rev. Samuel Johnes Knight, his wife Anna Maria Johnes Knight, and his daughter, Lady Louisa Shelley. They concern the Hafod effects, the Johnes pedigree, personal matters, and public appointments. Arranged largely chronologically within each group.


Letters to John Johnes (d. 1781) from Sir Herbert Lloyd of Peterwell and Jeremiah Lloyd, and one letter (V 9/5) from T. Davies to Sir Herbert Lloyd, concerning elections, financial affairs and personal matters. Eight letters. Arranged chronologically.


Letters and papers, mainly relating to John Johnes (d. 1815). V 12/1-20 are mainly letters concerning elections. The papers deal with elections, legal matters, taxes, church affairs, presentments of manors etc. The letters are arranged chronoligically, and the papers are arranged chronologically in two groups.

Burial grounds

Files of correspondence and other papers relating to the repair and maintenance of burial grounds (including the erection of electricity and telegraph poles, and the laying of water pipes), and their transfer to local authorities and the RB, 1934-1947.

Canlyniadau 1 i 20 o 1947