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Papers of the society, and notes and research on individual wells, their histories and current condition, and well-lore.
Cymdeithas Ffynhonnau Cymru
Papers of the society, and notes and research on individual wells, their histories and current condition, and well-lore.
Cymdeithas Ffynhonnau Cymru
Papers of Leighton Andrews, including material relating to his time in the National Assembly; material relating to his early career, including at the BBC; correspondence with various public figures, including Lord Scarman; and material relating to the 1997 Yes for Wales campaign.
Family papers and estate records, 1370-1941, of the Baker-Gabb family of The Chain, Abergavenny, Monmouthshire, and their antecedents, mainly deeds and documents relating to lands in Monmouthshire and Herefordshire, mainly from the second half of the sixteenth century, when the Bakers first appear as stewards of the lordship of Abergavenny, including deeds relating to the town and castle of Abergavenny, the Priory of Abergavenny, and the Priory of Llanthony Prima; records of the following Monmouthshire manors: Cwmyoy, Llanthony, Stanton, Redcastle, Oldcastle, Triley, Abergavenny, Ewyas Lacy, Crickhowell, Hothneslade, and Newton or St Margaret's from 1632 onwards, including court books, perambulations and rentals; a breviary in the English style of the fourteenth-fifteenth century (NLW MS 16147A); papers relating to David Lewis, Catholic bishop of Llandaf, including his speech at the place of his execution, 1679; and diaries etc. of John Baker Gabb, private chamberlain to Pope Leo XIII, 1859-1892; a poll of burgesses of Monmouth, Newport and Usk, 1715, and material on the genealogy of the Baker Gabb family. -- Many of the letters and deeds belong to the solicitor's practice established by Thomas Gabb in 1760.
Baker-Gabb family, of The Chain
Baptism registers: Dinas Mawddwy Circuit, 1897-1966; Machynlleth Circuit, 1808-1897; Llandeilo Circuit, 1814-1863; Merthyr Tudful (Merthyr Tydfil) Circuit, 1837-1867; Bryn-Mawr Circuit, 1843-1882; Aberdare Circuit, 1857-1933; Tredegar Circuit, 1843-1916; Hanley (Staffordshire), Welsh Circuit, 1893-1924; and Stockton-on-Tees (Durham), Welsh circuit, 1872-1903; burial registers, Bont-goch, 1882-1931, and Tregaron, 1830-1944; Welsh Assembly, agendas, 1899-1917, and minutes, 1899-1902; North Wales District, District Committee minutes, 1816-1892, and Synod minutes, 1892-1902; trust-property schedules, 1860-1893; Home Mission Fund accounts and papers, 1875-1903; and Sunday Schools schedules, 1868-1880; First North Wales District, Synod minutes, 1903-1944; Home Mission Fund accounts, 1929-1967; trust-property returns, 1943-1955, and Ministers Allowance Fund accounts, 1918-1921; Second North Wales District, Synod minutes, 1903-1940; First and Second North Wales Districts, Home Mission Fund and Chapel Fund papers, 1903-1927; South Wales District, District Committee and Synod minutes, 1829-1974; Chapel Fund accounts, 1858-1951; Chapel Committee minutes and reports, 1858-1894; trust-property schedules and returns, 1860-1962; and Foreign Mission reports, 1846-1917; Circuit records, comprising Quarterly Meeting minutes, accounts, circuit-schedule book, trust-property schedules, Sunday School schedules, Temperance schedules, circuit plans and membership lists, for Abercynon Circuit, 1928-1931; Aberdare Circuit, 1857-1960; Aberdare & Abercynon Circuit, 1960-1968; Abergele Circuit, 1951-1960; Aberystwyth Circuit, 1845-1971; Amlwch Circuit, 1871-1873; Bagillt Circuit, 1895-1898; Bangor Circuit, 1843-1890; Beaumaris Circuit, 1892-1895; Blaenau Ffestiniog Circuit, 1867-1920; Bryn-Mawr Circuit, 1873-1969; Bryn-Mawr and Tredegar Circuit, 1928-1968; Cardiff Circuit, 1847-1889; Cardigan Circuit, 1810-1838; Cilfynydd Circuit, 1891-1898; Conwy Circuit, 1868-1871; Corwen Circuit, 1864; Crickhowell Circuit, 1851-1852; Denbigh & Llanrwst Circuit, (copy) 1818-1819; Dinas Mawddwy Circuit, 1907; Ebbw Vale & Crickhowell Circuit, 1860-1873; Ferndale Circuit, 1881-1909; Glamorgan Mission, 1943-1948; Hanley (Staffordshire) Circuit, 1873-1926; Holyhead Circuit, 1867-1879; Holywell Circuit, 1814-1871; Holywell & Mold Circuit, 1834-1835; Lampeter Circuit, 1871-1933; Lancashire Welsh Mission, 1906-1939; Leeds Welsh Mission, 1906-1923; Liverpool Welsh Circuit, 1845-1871; Liverpool Shaw Street Circuit, 1878-1907; Liverpool Oakfield Road Circuit, 1907-1954; Liverpool Chester Street Circuit, 1871-1881; Liverpool Mount Zion Circuit, 1881-1955; Llandeilo Circuit, 1824-1952; Llandeilo & Brecon Circuit, 1824-1831; Llanelli Circuit, 1894; Llanfair Caereinion Circuit, 1839-1895; Llanfyllin Circuit, 1845-1914; Llanidloes Circuit, 1832-1948; Llanrwst Circuit, 1885-1902; London Welsh Circuit, 1877-1878; Machynlleth Circuit, 1848-1968; Manchester Welsh Circuit, 1879-1961; Merthyr Tudful (Merthyr Tydfil) Circuit, 1873-1940; Mold Circuit, 1851-1877; Pont-y-pridd (Pontypridd) Circuit, 1898-1925; Porthmadog Circuit, 1889-1892; Pwllheli Circuit, 1877-1932; Ruthin Circuit, 1830-1868; Ruthin & Corwen Circuit, 1856-1863; St David's Circuit, 1894; South Wales Mission, Pont-y-pridd, 1893-1898; Swansea Circuit, 1823-1913; Swansea & Llanelli, 1961; Towyn Circuit (Tywyn, Merionethshire), 1898-1970; Tredegar Circuit, 1866-1928; Tregarth Circuit, 1865-1867; Ystumtuen Circuit, 1862-1946; Caernarfon & Bangor English Circuit, 1857-1861; Holyhead English Circuit, 1859-1859; Newtown English Circuit, 1868-1870; Swansea English Circuit, 1859-1860; and Wrexham English Circuit, 1845-1847; chapel records, comprising miscellaneous leases, accounts, Sunday School registers, membership lists and other papers, for: Aberareon, Aberaman, Abercegor, Abercynon, Aberdare, Aberdaron, Aberdyfi, Aberystwyth, Ammanford, Bangor, Barmouth, Bedlinog, Birkenhead, Blaenau (Crickhowell), Blaenau Ffestiniog, Bont-goch, Brontecwyn, Bryneglwys, Caerau (Treorci circuit), Caernarfon, Caersws, Caerwys, Capel Dewi, Capel Ficer, Cardigan, Cefncoedycymmer, Cendl, Cilfynydd, Cilgwyn, Cnwch-coch, Coundon (Durham), Crickhowell, Cwmbrwyno, Cwmllinau, Dinas Mawddwy, Dowlais, Ebbw vale, Eglwys-bach; Eglyws-fach; Glaspwll; Gurnos; Hanley (Staffordshire); Hirwaun; Holyhead; Lampeter; Leeds; Liverpool (Shaw Street, Oakfield Road, Plimsoll Street, Spellow Lane, Bootle, Mynydd Seion, and Garston); Llanarmon-yn-Ial; Llandeilo; Llandybie; Llandysul (Lampeter circuit); Llanelli (Brecknockshire); Llanelli (Carmarthenhire); Llanerfyl; Llanfairfechan; Llanrwst; Llagynidr; Llawr-y-glyn; London (Wilson Street); Machynlleth; Manchester (Hardman Street and Gore Street); Manod; Merthyr Tydfil; Merthyr Vale; Mountain Ash; Mynydd Bach (Cardiganshire); Mynydd-bach (Carmarthenshire); Nant-y-glo; Neath Abbey; Nebo; Newcastle Emlyn; New Quay; Pembrey; Pennal; Pen-y-craig; Pontgadfan; Pontlotyn; Pont-rhyd-y-groes; Pontypridd; Porthaethwy (Menai Bridge); Pwllheli; Quakers Yard; Rhigos; Rhostryfan; Rhyd-y-foel; Ruthin; St David's; Senghennydd; Stockton-on-Tees; Swansea (Tontine Street and Alexandra Road); Tafarnau Bach; Talwrn; Tonypandy; Towyn (Tywyn); Tregaron; Treharris; Tre'r-ddôl; Widnes; Ynysybwl; Ystalyfera; and Ystumtuen, 1820-1976; Methodist Book-Room, Bangor, accounts, minutes and correspondence, 1824-1939; and copies of printed diaries, with entries, 1840-1908, and Methodist Pocket Book, with entries, 1812.
Welsh (Wesleyan) Methodist Connexion.
Rentals, surveys and accounts, 1334-1852, relating mainly to the lordship of Ruthin or Dyffryn Clwyd, Denbighshire; court records of the lordship of Ruthin, 1439-1850, including court books, 1718-1817, and court files, 1741-1849; estate correspondence, [early 17 cent.]-1848; and deeds, 1444-1854, relating to the lands of the lordship of Ruthin, mainly in Denbighshire. Most of the records relate to the period when the lordship was owned by the Myddelton family of Chirk Castle.
Myddelton family, of Gwaenynog, Denbigh, Chirk and Ruthin, Denbighshire, London, and Essex
Records of the Lloyd family of Cefn, Denbighshire, and of their estates in Caernarfonshire, Denbighshire and Flintshire, mainly comprising deeds, 1422-1900, including deeds relating to lead and coal mines in Flintshire and copper mines in Caernarfonshire, 18-19 cent.; papers relating to ecclesiastical affairs, 1562-1864; and important papers of Humphrey Humphreys (1648-1712), cleric and antiquarian, and bishop of Bangor, 1689-1701, and Hereford, 1701-12, relating to his period as bishop of Hereford.
Lloyd family, of Cefn, St Asaph
Papers of Arthur John Williams, 1881-1943, including political papers comprising letters, 1868-1911; papers relating to legal, electoral and land reforms, 1867-1911; papers relating to his parliamentary elections in Birkenhead and Glamorgan, 1880-1895; papers relating to South Glamorgan politics, 1886-1924; material concerning the National Liberal Club, 1883-1951; diaries, 1864-1911; diaries of Rose Harriette Thompson Crawshay 1868-1943; and family and financial papers, 1767-1943.
Williams, Arthur John, 1833-1911.
Title deeds, 1525-1907, of the Derwydd estate, mainly in Carmarthenshire, and of the families of Vaughan of Golden Grove and Llanelli, Bevan of Laugharne (including Madam Bridget Bevan, 1698-1779), Stepney of Llanelli, and Stepney-Gulston of Derwydd. There are no personal or family papers in the archive.
Stepney-Gulston family, of Derwydd
General personal and political correspondence, 1936-1997, including letters from the Royal Family, MPs and Government Ministers, such as James Callaghan, Margaret Thatcher and John Major; subject files including the Labour Party, 1951-1979, the National Union of Teachers, 1963-1971, Secretary of State for Wales, 1968-1969, Devolution in Wales, 1970-1973, the Christian Heritage, 1977-1985, Aberfan Disaster Fund Bill, 1978-1979, Cardiff West Constituency Labour Party, 1981-1982, the National Children's Homes, 1981-1993, British housing, 1984-1985, GT's memoirs, 1983-1985, the College of Preceptors, 1982-1987, the House of Lords, 1985-1987, St George's House, Windsor Castle, 1985-1987, education, 1986-1987, European Union, 1990-1997, the Welsh Assembly, 1996-1997, the WDA, 1991-1992, and various medical and charitable foundations, 1982-1997; miscellaneous political and personal papers, 1927-1997, including material concerning the Cardiff City Labour Group; 1927-1958; religious interests, 1960's-1990's; Speaker's engagements and official papers, 1976-1983; general publications, 1950-1987, including The Gospel Witness, 1955-1983; Parliamentary publications, 1961-1986, The House Magazine, 1980-1991; personal papers, [c. 1940s]-[1990s]; political papers, accumulated as MP for Cardiff West, Government Minister and Member of the House of Lords, 1955-1997; and letters, 1983-1997, from Sir Julian Hodge, relating to European union and devolution.
Thomas, George, 1909-1997
Llythyrau cyffredinol, 1939-2002, wedi eu cyfeirio at Gwynfor Evans, ynghyd â ffeiliau o lythyrau, 1940-1996, oddi wrth bedwar-ar-ddeg o unigolion blaenllaw a fu'n gohebu'n gyson â Gwynfor Evans; ffeiliau ar bynciau penodol, 1968-1983, ynghyd â ffeiliau cyffredinol ar bynciau amrywiol, 1971-1979; a ffeiliau amrywiol, 1929-1981; papurau personol amrywiol, 1938-2001, a phapurau amrywiol, [c. 1930-1998]./General letters, 1939-2002, addressed to Gwynfor Evans, together with files of letters, 1940-1996, from fourteen prominent individuals who corresponded regularly with Gwynfor Evans; files on specific subjects, 1968-1983, together with general files on miscellaneous subjects, 1971-1979; and various files, 1929-1981, miscellaneous personal papers, 1938-2001, and miscellanea, [c. 1930-1998].
Records, almost all title deeds, of the estates of the Thelwall family of Bathafarn Park and Llanbedr Hall, Denbighshire, lying manily in that county, but with lands in Flintshire, Merionethshire, Anglesey, Chester and Lancashire, 1483-1864, and papers relating to the Frodsham charity, Cheshire, 1815-1841.
Thelwall family, of Bathafarn Park and Plas Coch
Deeds, rentals, estate receiver's accounts, surveys, valuations, correspondence, maps and plans of the Ashburnham estate in Breconshire, Carmarthenshire and Glamorganshire, 1392-1968 (predominantly 1600-1925); sale catalogues and related papers, 1900-1923, deeds of the Mellington Hall estate in the parishes of Churchstoke and Mainstone in Montgomeryshire and Shropshire, 1753-1937, mortgaged by Samuel Rankin Heap to the trustees of the Ashburnham estate in 1923; manorial records and related papers of the manors of Cantref Selyf, 1650-1810, Talgarth, 1650-1826, Bronllys, 1661-1757, and Crickadarn, 1743-1809, all in Breconshire, and especially of the manor of Pembrey in Carmarthenshire, 1663-1922 (including papers relating to rights of shipwreck); accounts of collieries in Pembrey, 1714-1852 (mainly 1795 onwards), and papers relating to Pembrey tithes, colliery, port and harbour, and foreshore rights and wrecks, mainly 18-early 20 cent.
Ashburnham family, Earls of Ashburnham
Papers of Hywel D. Lewis, 1908-1992, including manuscripts and typescripts of lectures, articles and books by him, 1935-1989; papers relating to various societies of which he was a member, 1935-1989; conferences and symposia which he attended or in which he participated, 1935-1988; papers pertaining to the University College of North Wales, Bangor, 1928-1982, and King's College, London, 1954-1990; papers pertaining to Wales and the Welsh language, 1964-1988; correspondence, 1925-1992; and personal papers, 1908-1989.
Lewis, Hywel David
Papers, 1842-1955, relating to the historian Evan Roberts, Llandderfel, Merionethshire, including letters and postcards, 1921-1955, from a wide range of correspondents, including John Cowper Powys; unpublished manuscript works by various authors; lectures and articles by Evan Roberts; research notes; poor law rate book for the parish of Llandderfel, 1842-1845.
Roberts, Evan, 1877-1977
Papurau David James Williams (Bethesda), 1834-1951, yn cynnwys deunydd yn ymwneud â hanes Coleg Bala-Bangor a gohebiaeth, 1891-1940; nodiadau'n ymwneud â chapeli'r Annibynwyr ym Methesda, 1933, a deunydd yn ymwneud ag Ysgol Sir Bethesda, 1893-1912 = Papers of David James Williams (Bethesda), 1834-1951, including material relating to the history of Bala-Bangor College and correspondence, 1891-1940; notes relating to Congregationalist chapels in Bethesda, 1933; and material relating to Bethesda County School, 1893-1912.
Williams, D. J. (David James), 1870-1951.
Papers, lecture and research notes of and acquired by Mary Williams, relating to Middle French, Middle Welsh and medieval literature and Arthurian studies, 1907-1963; books collected by Mary Williams, 1897-1911; letters to Prof. Victor Spiers, 1898-1916; vouchers and receipts, 1924-1973; newspaper cuttings, 1911-1940; school books 1909-1916; papers relating to University College Swansea, 1921-1975, University of Wales Aberystwyth, 1924-1974, University of Durham, 1948-1952, and National Library of Wales, 1941-1974; correspondence, 1927-1976; and family papers, 1898-1944.
Williams, Mary, 1882-1977.
Papers of Henry Robertson, comprising personal and estate papers, 1829-1907; records of a very large number of Welsh railway undertakings, 1786-1911, comprising books of reference, surveryors' notebooks, acts of parlimaent, bills and estimates, conveyances and other title deeds, specifications and tenders, prospectuses and miscellaneous papers; office papers, correspondence and miscellaneous professional papers, 1824-1903; papers relating to several clubs and societies, 1888-1907; and printed books and papers, 1786-[c.late 19th cent.].
Robertson, Henry, 1816-1888.
Records of the Esgair and Pantperthog estates, Merionethshire, and of the Ruck family, comprising deeds and documents relating to lands in Merioneth, Cardiganshire, and Kent, 1509-1939, letters and papers relating to the Plas Gwyn estate, Anglesey, 1659-1822, and Welsh manuscripts of more than one Oliver Morris of Esgair Lleferin, Merioneth, 17 cent.-18 cent.
Ruck family, of Pennal
Records of the Peterwell and Falcondale estates of the Harford family, in Cardiganshire and Carmarthenshire, including Peterwell estate papers, 1696-1963, including deeds, accounts, surveys and valuations; Lampeter Town estate papers, 1868-1954, Tresaith estate papers, 1886-1975, Blaise Castle estate papers, 1834-1938; and manorial records relating to the borough of Lampeter, 1741-1848.
Harford family, of Falcondale and Peterwell
Papers of D. A. Thomas, Viscount Rhondda, including letters to D. A. Thomas on political matters such as working conditions in the mining industry, education, church disestablishment, and the temperance movement, 1891-1910 (mainly 1891-1895); drafts and copies of letters from D. A. Thomas on similar subjects, 1891-1895; miscellaneous letters, 1893-1895; subject files, 1874-1917, on the coal industry, including the Cambrian Navigation Collieries, the Mining Association of Great Britain, the South Wales Liberal Federation, temperance and disestablishment; scrapbooks of press cuttings, 1894-1927, relating to Cymru Fydd, D.A Thomas, Merthyr politics and Keir Hardie, the Lusitania, and Lady Rhondda; miscellaneous items, 1897-1934, including genealogical material and congratulatory addresses to D.A.T.; circulars and memoranda.
Thomas, D. A. (David Alfred), 1856-1918.