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Williams Wynn family, of Wynnstay
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Miscellaneous papers,

  • NLW MS 21820F.
  • File
  • 1715-1985

Papers, 1715-1985, of miscellaneous provenance, including a brief memoir [watermark 1794] of Richard Wilson by Joseph Farington, apparently unpublished (ff. 5-7); a transcript of the regulations, 1795, regarding the charges for crossing the ferry ...

Farington, Joseph, 1747-1821

Pedigrees, genealogical notes, etc.,

Miscellaneous papers including genealogical notes on the descendants of [the Rev.] Hugh Williams, D.D. [father of Sir William Williams ('Speaker Williams') and founder of the family of Wynn of Wynnstay]; a pedigree tracing the descent of...

The Cycle of the White Rose

  • NLW MSS 23301-2C, 23303B.
  • File
  • 1935

'A History of the Cycle 1710-1869' compiled in 1935 by Nest Lloyd and Susan Mainwaring, recounts the history of 'The Cycle of the White Rose', originally a Welsh Jacobite Club, which was established at Wrexham in 1710 to serve ...

Lloyd, Nest, fl. 1935

Williams-Wynne, Wynnstay, press cuttings

  • NLW ex 1851-4
  • File

Four volumes of press cuttings and other papers, 1725-1889, one bearing the title 'Records of Events in North Wales and on The Borders'; and the others relating mainly to the Williams-Wynn family of Wynnstay, the Wynne family of Peniarth...

Wynnstay Estate Records.

  • GB 0210 WYNNSTAY
  • Fonds
  • 1183-1957

Estate and family records, 1183-1957, of the Wynn and Williams Wynn family of Wynnstay, Denbighshire. The archive includes a group of architectural drawings, c. 1770, by James Byres; a group of early charters and deeds, 1183-1676, from the Cisterc...

Williams Wynn family, of Wynnstay