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Tredegar Estate Records,

  • GB 0210 TREDEGAR
  • Fonds
  • c.1324-c.1960 /

Records of the Morgan family of Tredegar and Ruperra, later barons and viscounts Tredegar including deeds, 14th-20th cent. of the Tredegar, Ruperra, Dderw and Palleg estates in Monmouthshire, Glamorgan and Breconshire which document much of the growth of the towns of Newport and Cardiff in the 19th century; records of the lordship of Wentlloog (Newport) and many Monmouthshire manors, some 14-16 cent., but mainly 17-19 cent.; records of the manor of Brecon and of other manors in Breconshire, 17-19 cent. including the Great Forest of Brecon; records of industrial interests, mainly coal and iron in Glamorgan and Monmouthshire, 18-20 cent.; records of the Tredegar Wharf Company from 1807; and surveys, audit books, rentals, ledgers and leases for the Monmouthshire, Glamorgan and Breconshire portions of the Tredegar estate, 18-20 cent.; papers relating to Nova Scotia and Canada, 1730-1773, mainly of Richard Phillips, Governor of Nova Scotia, 1717-1749; and rentals and leases for the Mile End and Bow estates in London, 19-20 cent.

Morgan family, Barons Tredegar.

Breconshire estate,

Estate administration records relating to the pre-1806 Dderw, Palleg and Tredegar estates in Breconshire, and the successor post-1806 Tredegar Breconshire estate.

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Breconshire estate financial records

Financial records of the Breconshire estate, comprising rentals (called audit books by the Tredegar estate), 1758-1927, draft and copy audit books, 1872-1915, farm rent ledgers, 1867-1921, Palleg, Brecon and Dderw estate rent ledgers, 1867-1941, rent collection books, 1868-1937, cash books, 1864-1940, surveyor's bills, 1862-1890, employee records, 1889-1935, taxation records, 1910-c.1936, and vouchers, 1850-1938.

Breconshire estate rentals and audit books (main series)

Audit books of the Dderw, Palleg and Tredegar estates in Breconshire, and the successor post-1806 Breconshire estate.
The books contain the settled accounts (the 'audits') of the Breconshire and Dderw estates. The audit books generally consist of fair copies of the rental and of any other accounts for which the agent was responsible, generally including casual profits and promiscuous payments. On most estates these audited accounts between the agent and the owner were loosely called rentals; on the Tredegar estate they were called audit books. -- There are three series of audit books: the main series, 1762-1927 (ABA 1), a series of copy audit books, 1872-1915 (ABA 2), and rough copy audit books, 1887-1915 (ABA 3). Two copies of the audit books were prepared during the period 1868-1889, one for the estate and one for the agent. Some of the volumes are inscribed either 'Mr Carlisle' or 'Mr Thomas', Lord Tredegar's auditor and agent respectively. The estate's copies are in ABA 1, while the agent's duplicates form series ABA 2, except for the period 1873-1886, where the agent's copies are in the main series at ABA 1/14, 16 and 18, in place of missing volumes. Starting in 1890, when only one copy of the audit was made, the remaining space in both ABA 1/19 and 20, the duplicate books started in 1887, was used before starting a new volume. Thus ABA 1/20 contains the audits for 1887-1891, and ABA 1/19 the audits for 1887-1889 and 1892-1893. -- The series of settled accounts ends in 1915 with ABA 1/26, although there were presumably further volumes, as ABA 1/26 also contains summaries of various payments, 1921-1927. -- In 1847 the rental consists of properties in the parishes of Cantref, Defynnog, Y Faenor, Garthbrengi, Hay, Llandyfalle, Llan-ddew, Llandyfaelog, Llanfihangel Nant Brân, Llanfilo, Llanhamlach, Llansbyddyd, Llys-wen, Merthyr Cynog, Penderyn, St David, St John the Evangelist and Ystradfellte, tithes in the parishes of St John the Evangelist and St Mary, the Palleg estate in the parish of Ystradgynlais. By 1867, rents in the parishes of Llandeilo'r-fân, Llanfihangel Fechan, Glasbury, Llywel and Ystradgynlais are included, as are ground rents in Ystradgynlais and Brecon, and tithes in Ystradfellte.

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