Mayors -- Wales -- Haverfordwest



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'Collectanea Pembrochania'

A scrap-book relating mainly to Pembrokeshire, and particularly to Tenby, containing newspaper cuttings; leaflets relating to parliamentary and local elections; pedigrees; illustrations; letters from Connop Thirlwall (bishop of St Davids) (1797-1875), William Basil Jones (bishop of St Davids) (1822-1897), Charles Francis Egerton Allen (1847-1927), James Allen (1802-1897), Henry Mathias (Haverfordwest), James Edmund Vincent (1857-1909) and others; a list of sheriffs of Pembrokeshire, 1540-1864, and of mayors and sheriffs of Haverfordwest, 1563-1864; etc.

Legal papers,

Papers (case, answer, briefs, a translation of the Haverfordwest charter of 1609/1610, etc.) in two actions in Chancery by Hugh Fowler of the town and county of Haverfordwest, esq., 1721, and by James Cousins, in ejectment on the demise of Hugh Fowler, 1724, against the mayor, sheriff, bailiffs, and burgesses of Haverfordwest and John Perry, water bailiff of the same, defendants, touching the right of profits of an extension of the quay at Haverfordwest alleged to have been erected on part of ground in the possession of Hugh Fowler.

Letters, &c.,

Miscellaneous letters, etc.:- [ ] to R. Bateman, Trevraner, 1702 (the composition of affairs and minds of all parties) (draft); J. Barlow, Pemboke, to Lord [ ], 1714 (Pembroke election); Jno. Laugharne, Pontvane, to the mayor, aldermen, and common council of Haverfordwest, 1722 (the vacant living of St. Mary); John Philipps, Norbiton Place, to Richard Knethell, Hook (the writer's colliery trade); Row[lan]d P[owell] Laugharne, Orlandon, to [ ] Marks, [17]63 (a bond); J. Allen, Rickeston, to John Gwynne, Lanstinnan, 1801 (money matters, personal); Thos. Glanfield, junior, Bounty Office, Dean's Yard, Westminster, to the Reverend J. [recte Thomas] Bateman, Dinas Parsonage, Fishguard, 1808 (enclosing a description of the estate purchased for augmenting the rectory of Llanychaeth); Margaret James to Jno. Evans, Goat Street [Haverfordwest] [1810] (money matters); John James, High Wycombe, to Wm. Evans, Haverfordwest, 1810 (rights of common in the lordship and parish of Manachlogddu); W. Morgan Meyler, Gloucester, to Jas. Meyler, Haverfordwest, 1829 (a claim to the estate of Richd. Meyler, M.P. for Winchester); D. R. and W. Rees, Stamp Office, Llandovery, to Wm. George, P[r]endergast, Haverfordwest, 1832 (an order for, and a request to advertise, Mr. Morrison's pills); ?N.E. d'Azeglio, Park Lane [London], to William Robertson, Mount Street [London], 1855-1858 (personal); J. Griffith, Castle Cenlas, Letterstone, to [ ], [18]84 (the building of a dairy); and W. H. Greene, Commercial Road [London] to [ ], 1890 (heraldic queries); and two telegrams to Wm. Vaughan James, solicitor, Haverfordwest, [18]83 (regulations affecting Irish cattle, a notice and a letter to Cardigan Urban Authority).

Lists of Pembrokeshire sheriffs

Lists of the sheriffs of Pembrokeshire from 1540 to 1867, the Queen's Lieutenants of Pembrokeshire, 1867, and the Mayors and Sheriffs of Haverfordwest from 1563 to 1857.

Lists of sheriffs, &c.,

Lists of sheriffs of Pembrokeshire from 1540 to 1864, together with additions to 1878, and of mayors and sheriffs of the town and county of Haverfordwest from 1563 to 1864.

Militia records,

A small group of miscellaneous militia records including a list of the old trained band of the town and county of Haverfordwest [c. 1663]; a warrant, 1710, to the mayor of Haverford West and the rest of the Commissioners for putting in execution the Acts for recruiting Her Majesty's land forces and marines; a copy of a notice by the War Office [late eighteenth or early nineteenth century] regarding the commission of militia officers, with a covering letter, 1936, from Leslie Williams, Llanelly, to 'Frank' [Francis Jones, Haverfordwest]; and the commission, 1806, of Thomas Lloyd, gent., to be a lieutenant of the Dungleddy Troop of Yeomanry Cavalry.

Rentals, pedigrees, &c.,

A rent roll of lands in Hauerfford west to be inserted in the estate 'for the erecting and may[n]teyning of the ffree schole', together with a covering letter, 18 October 1613, from Thomas Lloyd, Kilkethed, to John Skinner, esq., mayor of the town and county of Hauerfford west; draft rentals of the estates of John James, Esq. [Pantsaeson], in the parishes of Monington, St. Dogmells, Moylgrove, and Bayvill, 1809-1810; pedigrees of the families of Cornwallis of Abermarles, co. Carmarthen, 1721, of David of Blaenllechog, parish of Llangolman, co. Pembroke, 1823, and of Rice of Tyhen [parish of Llandysilio East], co. Carmarthen, the latter compiled by John William Phillips, Haverfordwest; lists of members belonging to the Loyal Welsh Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons who meet at the Victoria Hotel, Pembroke Dock, and of the Lodge of Freemasons called the Saint Davids Lodge held at the Nelson Hotel, Milford, 1839; typescript copies of letters from Tho. Picton, Carmarthen, to J[ohn] Philipps, Haverfordwest, 1815 (enclosing bills of exchange), John Martin, Withybush, to his son [John Phelps at Ely], 1815 (money, personal, news of the recipient's brother Samuel in the battle of Waterloo), and Sam[ue]l Phelps, Bois de Bologne, Comy, near Paris, to his brother John [Phelps at Ely], 1815 (an account of the battle of Waterloo); six typescript papers on 'Agricultural Law'; a typescript report of a public inquiry held at the Town Hall, Fishguard, 28 July 1905, by the Local Government Acts Committee of the Pembrokeshire County Council for the purpose of considering an application by the Fishguard Parish Council for the conversion of the parish of Fishguard into an urban district; typescript 'Addenda' to a 'Pembrokeshrie Archaeological Survey' by J. W. Phillips, [19]08; etc.