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An account of the Vaughans of Corsygedol,

The manuscript is in two parts. The first contains an English poem entitled 'Faction Display'd', temp. Queen Anne; an account of the Vaughan family of Corsygedol mainly transcribed by Angharad Llwyd, with an original rental of the Corsygedol estate, 1637; a transcript by W. W. E. Wynne of Powell of Ednope's 'Pentarchia' from a manuscript at Brogyntyn, with a letter by the Rev. Robert Williams, Rhydycroesau. The second part comprises a booklet of extracts from a manuscript at Porkington (now Brogyntyn MS 14) in the hand of Lewis Anwyl relating to the families of Anwyl of Park and Owen of Porkington and Clenennau. Peniarth MS 440ii was published by W. W. E. Wynne in Montgomeryshire Collections Vol. IX (1876), pp. 357-64.

Wynne, William Watkin Edward, 1801-1880

Civil war and Commonwealth letters,

A notebook containing transcripts by W. W. E. Wynne of correspondence, 1642- 1655, mainly to and from Sir John Owen, taken from originals at Porkington. The correspondents include Charles I, Princes Rupert and Maurice, Gilbert Byron, John Byron, Robert Corbett, H. Mackworth, Thomas Mytton, William Neale, Richard Vaughan and John Williams, archbishop of York. Also included are notes by W. W. E. Wynne on Llanegryn and Llangelynnin churches, Merionethshire (ff. 8 verso-12). 'Historical Letters, &c: Peniarth MS 18 [corrected to] No. 75' on spine; '495' on label pasted on spine.

W. W. E. Wynne.

Commonplace book

A volume compiled, [1710s]-[1790s], by various hands, containing poems, songs and commonplace entries, together with miscellaneous printed material including song-sheets and newspaper cuttings. Many of the items, which have been pasted on or inserted between the leaves, are connected with Brogyntyn and Wynnstay. The volume was originally used for exercises in navigation.

Schedule of Brogyntyn estate deeds

A volume containing a schedule compiled, [early 1820s] (Watermark 1820), with additions and notes, [c. 1844]-[c. 1869], in the hand of W. W. E. Wynne, Peniarth, of the title deeds, 1283-1842, of the Brogyntyn estate, relating to properties in Merionethshire (ff. 1-34 verso), Caernarvonshire (ff. 39 verso-64 verso), Shropshire (ff. 70 verso-101 verso), Denbighshire (ff. 107-112 verso), Montgomeryshire (ff. 119-122 verso) and Cornwall (f. 123 verso), and of wills, 1540-1774, relating to Merionethshire, Caernarvonshire, Shropshire, Denbighshire and Flintshire (ff. 130-138).
Papers found loose in the volume have been tipped in on ff. 139-144.

W. W. E. Wynne.