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[Winchester, High Street]

An animated commercial street climbing gently up to a large public building. Shops identifiable include 'W Hyde Licensed dealer in Game', 'J K Aimes, Pork Butcher & Poulterer', Teague & Kyn ...' at no. 46. St Peter Street leads off to the right

William Le Hardy Collection of Deeds,

  • GB 0210 LEHARDY
  • Fonds
  • 1353-1911 (accumulated [early 20th century]) /

Deeds relating mainly to Carmarthenshire, 1531-1857, and to other Welsh counties including Brecknockshire, 1655-1800, Cardiganshire, 1628-1819, Glamorgan, 1673-1792, Monmouthshire, 1636-1795, Montgomeryshire, 1675-1702, Pembrokeshire, 1724-1811, and Radnorshire, 1689-1773. There is no apparent connection between the deeds.

Le Hardy, William, 1889-1961

Western Sea Fisheries Records,

  • GB 0210 WESTFISH
  • Fonds
  • 1891-1938 /

Papers, 1891-1938, relating to the work and administration of the Western Sea Fisheries and the Lancashire and Western Sea Fisheries, comprising files of correspondence relating to individual fisheries, 1896-1914; reports of Fishery Officers, annual reports and printed material, 1892-1938; correspondence relating to Committee personnel, 1892-1923; bye-laws and certificates, 1892-1899; Committee papers, 1891-1913; financial papers, 1893-1923; papers of James Travis Jenkins on Fishery Schools, the Sardine Case of 1912, and a bibliography of whaling [20th century].

Lancashire and Western Sea Fisheries Joint Committee.

Wem,

  • NLW MS 10752C.
  • File
  • [18 cent.].

A volume entitled 'A New Description of North Bradford [co. Salop]. Part I. Containing the Allotments of Wem and Shawbury'. The work relates almost entirely to Wem, and discusses the parish, allotment, and manor; the name, situation, and antiquity of the town; the barons of Wem; the customs of the manor; the borough, bailiffs, and burgesses; the rectory; etc.

Welsh chapels in London

The file comprises a MS list of Welsh chapels in London, arranged by denomination; a similar list with the addition of names and addresses of persons who will look after posting bills; a MS list of names and addresses of parties concerned with Welsh chapels in London; a letter from John Owens to C. W. Jones concering the lists, 1876; a similar letter from C. W. Jones to John Owens, 1880; and two notes on Welsh chapels

W. J. Slack's 'Agricultural History of Shropshire'

  • NLW ex 1868
  • File
  • 1995

A copy of a typescript work entitled 'Agricultural History of Shropshire' by W. J. Slack (d. 1954), brought together in the form of a volume by Frances M. Wright in 1995.

W. D. Phillips Collection of deeds,

  • GB 0210 WDPIPS
  • Fonds
  • 1799-1859.

Deeds relating to properties at Deep Dean, Walford, Herefordshire, 1799-1816, and in Merthyr Tydfil, Glamorgan, 1788-1859.

Untitled

Valor ecclesiasticus

A manuscript containing the names of all rectories 'in the kingdom of England and Calais and the Marches thereof' of the annual value of over £10, arranged in dioceses, deaneries and counties, followed by the names of all vicarages in England, Wales and the Marches of the annual value of over £10, similarly arranged, all having been transcribed from the Liber Regis in the First Fruits and Tenths Office.

Unpublished early poems,

Exercise book containing drafts of a poem, 1924, composed by Vernon Watkins during his year at Magdalene College, Cambridge, and apparently unpublished (ff. 48-54 verso, 57 recto-verso).
The volume also contains notes, 1924, on the Epistle to the Ephesians (ff. 1-11).

Vernon Watkins.

University Advisory Board papers

Papers of the University Advisory Board and of its sub-committee comprising correspondence, memoranda, and submissions to the Royal Commission on the Despatch of Common Law, and to the Lord Chancellor's Committee on Legal Education, 1932-1935.

Untitled

Tune book,

Two nineteenth-century tune books now joined together as one volume, the first bearing the dates 1816 and 1866 (inside covers) in the hand of Mair Richards of Darowen, and the second 1850 (inside front cover); the first part contains popular and traditional Welsh song and dance tunes, the second, English waltzes, marches and quicksteps with a few traditional Welsh tunes and hymn-tunes. Also included are an englyn attributed to M[air] R[ichards], but signed below in red by David Richards ('Dewi Silin'; 1783-1826), who may have been the first owner (part one, f. 1).

Mair Richards and others.

Transcripts and extracts

One of forty-one volumes containing transcripts of, and extracts from, parish registers and bishops' transcripts of parish registers principally from Monmouthshire, in the autograph of Bradney, with several insets in the autographs of John Hobson Matthews (Monmouth), Francis Green (St Davids), John Davies (Aberystwyth) and others. This volume contains transcripts and extracts from the parish registers of Tregaer, 1696-1805; Usk, 1696-1807; Llanfihangel-iuxta-Usk, 1725-1812; Llanwenarth, 1726-1808; Aberystruth, 1727-1847; Llanhilleth, 1733-1838; Llanellen, 1754-1812; Penrhos, 1780-1812; Monkswood, 1794-1797; Llanmaes (Glamorganshire), 1583-1683; St John, Cardiff (Glamorganshire), 1671-1729; Elmley Lovett (Worcestershire), 1539-1693; Feckenham (Worcestershire), 1558-1696; and Hanbury (Worcestershire), 1578-1667.

Titus and Elizabeth Evans papers

  • GB 0210 TIEANS
  • Fonds
  • 1590-1964 (accumulated 1890-1964)

Papers of and acquired by John Thomas Evans and his brother A. W. Wade-Evans 1590-1964, largely antiquarian in interest, comprising transcripts, mostly by J. T. Evans, of church records, 1902-1932, including parish registers for Haverfordwest, St Nicholas, Grandston, Llanwnda, Llanychlwydog and Llanllawer, Newport, Llanstinan, Fishguard, Nevern, Meline, and Dinas (St Brynach's), all of Pembrokeshire, Stow-on-the-Wold, Gloucestershire and Rockingham, Northamptonshire; monumental inscriptions from Llanwnda and Newport churchyard, Manorowen and Fishguard, Pembrokeshire and Stow-on-the-Wold, Gloucestershire; and notebooks of some eminent Welshmen; printed articles and cuttings, [1901]-[1964]; drawings, [1898x1909]; rubbings of armorials from Gloucestershire and Oxfordshire altar vessels; correspondence, 1891-1940, addressed to J. T. Evans, A. W. Wade-Evans and various members of the Evans family, including a group of letters sent from Thomas Henry Evans when he was in South Africa; documents, articles and letters, 1766-1939, relating to various aspects of the interests and life of J. T. Evans in Stow-on-the-Wold, Gloucestershire; historical and antiquarian material and notes, 1904-1938; miscellaneous collected printed material, manuscripts and deeds, 1579-[1928]; personal documents of J. T. Evans and A. W. Wade-Evans, such as licences and certificates, 1895-1964; together with some papers of their brother Thomas Henry Evans, including A copy of Y Llyfr Grôt a book written by T. H. Evans, of his experiences as a mining engineer in the Yukon district, Alaska, 1914; essays by and copied by T. H. Evans, [1859x1920]; and letters, [1859x1920].

Evans, J. T. (John Thomas), 1869-1940

The English country gentleman,

  • NLW MS 9319C.
  • File
  • 1823 /

'Maxims on the political, social, and domestic economy of the English country gentleman in his public and individual capacity', written in 1823 by Thomas Netherton Parker, Sweeney [Hall, near Oswestry]'.

Parker, Thomas N. (Thomas Netherton)

Terrier

  • NLW MS 2098E
  • File
  • 1616

A manuscript containing a terrier of lands, 1616, in Cheshire, Flintshire, Montgomeryshire and Denbighshire, together with memoranda involving money owing and lent, etc.

T. D. Jones, London (Solicitors) Records

  • GB 0210 TDJONS
  • Fonds
  • 1864-1973 (predominantly 1923-1973)(accumulated 1903-1973)

The fonds comprises case papers, 1903-1973, dealing with interested parties within Wales and/or the London area who had some sort of Welsh connection. Included are papers dealing with land and property transfer, receivership and company liquidation, defamation and compensation, opposition to parliamentary bills, the settlement of personal estate, contempt of court and general legal matters. Not all of the issues addressed in the files actually resulted in court cases. The majority of the files consist of legal papers such as instructions and notes to counsel, briefs to counsel, opinions of counsel, affidavits, statements, declarations, summonses, claims and orders, often in draft form or as official copies, and solicitors' charges and bills. These are usually accompanied by correspondence made up of original letters and copy letters, both office copies and carbon copies, as well as handwritten notes and occasional telegrams, bills and receipts. Frequently, the files also contain associated documents such as copies of leases, agreements and deeds, plans and maps, accounts, reports and transcriptions of evidence, together with relevant printed material such as sale particulars, parliamentary bills and published reports.

T. D. Jones & Co.

Swineshead Lincolnshire deeds

  • GB 0210 SWIEAD
  • Fonds
  • 1310-1427, [19 cent.]

Deeds, 1310-1427, relating to lands in the area of Swineshead in Holland, Lincolnshire, owned by the (de) la Warre family together with some 19th century notes on the descent of the Gresley, Warenne, De la Warre, and West families.

De La Warre family

St Brides, Pembrokeshire, and Loughor, Glamorgan, marriage registers,

  • NLW MS 16273C.
  • File
  • 1943 /

Typescript transcripts and lists, 1943, compiled by David E. Gardner, comprising transcripts (for 1725-1812) and extracts (1813-1929) of marriages recorded in the parish registers of St Brides, Pembrokeshire (ff. 8-12); transcripts of marriages (1754-1837) recorded in the parish registers of Loughor, Glamorgan (ff. 13-33); and a list of non-parochial registers relating to Cheshire held at the General Registry Office, Somerset House (ff. 1-7).

Gardner, David E.

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