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Extracts from Llanbryn-mair parish registers, &c.,

Entries of baptisms, marriages, and burials, and lists of overseers of the poor and churchwardens, extracted from the parish registers of Llanbryn- mair, 1663-1790, and entries of a burial and a marriage and a list of curates and rectors from the parish register of Llysyfran, co. Pembroke, 1728-1805.

Richard Bennett.

Extracts from Montgomeryshire records, &c.,

Abstracts of title deeds and documents of the families of Owen and Evans of Eskeirieth [in Trefeglwys], 1660/1-1833, Bennett of Derwllwydion [in Trefeglwys], 1765-1817, Jones and Owen of Ddolgoed in Talyllyn and of Tyddyn Llawr in Penegoes, 1738-1849, Lloyd of Cefnbarrach in Trefeglwys, 1691/2-1808, etc.; notes on the family of Jones of Ddolgoed; extracts from memorial inscriptions in the churchyards of Llanbrynmair, 1781-1862, Trefeglwys, 1792-1915, Llandinam, 1814-1896, Bettws [Cedewain], 1769-1914, and Capel Bangor, co. Cardigan (with references to the family of Edwards of Pwllcenawon), 1829-1901; a list of overseers of the poor and churchwardens of the upper and lower divisions of the parish of Llanbrynmair, 1706-1743; abstracts of deeds (in the 'C.M. Safe, Llanidloes'), 1795-1811, relating to properties in Carno and Llandinam, including the site of Gleiniant Calvinistic Methodist chapel; abstracts of deeds in the Peniarth, Celynog, and other collections in the National Library of Wales; a list of probate records of Montgomeryshire and Merioneth interest, 1660-1698; miscellaneous extracts from the parish registers of Llandinam, Bettws [Cedewain], Kerry, Llanidloes, Trefeglwys, Llangurig, Penstrowed, Llanwnog, Carno, Talyllyn, Pennal, Llanbrynmair, Penegoes, Cemmes, Machynlleth, Darowen, Mallwyd, Llanwryn, etc., and from the register of Penllwyn [Calvinistic Methodist Church, co. Cardigan] (with references to the family of Edwards of Pwllcenawon); extracts from Trevecka Manuscripts; and miscellaneous extracts from manuscript and printed sources. The volume was compiled in 1925.

Richard Bennett.

Llanbryn-mair and Darowen miscellanea,

A list of the names of farms and their occupiers [in Llanbryn-mair] in 1744 and succeeding years; a list of overseers of the poor and of churchwardens for the Upper and Lower Divisions of the parish of Llanbrynmair, 1744-1803; extracts, relating to early probate records, from Collections Historical & Archaeological relating to Montgomeryshire, vols. XXVII-XXVIII; a list of 'Public Officers of Montgomeryshire', being the names of grand jurors and jurors for the hundred of Machynlleth, 1680-1701; extracts from records of the Court of Quarter Sessions for co. Montgomery, being presentments and depositions, 1681-1695, relating to Nonconformity and to the repair of bridges in Llanbrynmair, the clipping of coins, etc.; and lists of ratepayers, 1737, and of churchwardens, 1635-1780, for the parish of Darowen, taken from Collections . . . relating to Montgomeryshire, vol. XXVI.

Richard Bennett.

Llanbryn-mair apprenticeships,

A certificate, 1821, from the churchwardens and overseers of the poor of the parish of Carno to those of the parish of Llanbrynmair, of the legal settlement in Carno of Richard Jones, a poor boy apprenticed to John Jones, tailor, of Tallerddig, parish of Llanbrynmair; and deeds of apprenticeship of Rees Richards, son of Evan Richards of Hendre, parish of Llanbrynmair, farmer, to Salathiel Jones of Machynlleth, painter, 1833, and of Evan Richards, son of Sarah Richards of Hendre-Pennant, parish of Llanbryn Mair, widow, to David Williams of Aberystwith, draper, 1842.

Llanbryn-mair assessments, &c.,

A group of parochial records of Llanbrynmair, including assessments on Rhiwsaeson and part of Tyrymynech towards the church, 1728-1740; a fragment of an assessment, 1742; vestry minutes, 1741-1745; and receipts to the churchwardens and overseers of the poor, 1720-1825.

Llanbryn-mair bonds,

Bonds (of indemnity in respect of parochial settlement and bastardy, and for the performance of covenants) given to the churchwardens and overseers of the poor of the parish of Llanbrynmair, 1748-1804.

Llanbryn-mair orders of conveyance,

Orders of conveyance to last place of legal settlement relating to the parish of Llanbrynmair, together with two bills of costs to the churchwardens and overseers of the poor, 1718-1827.

Transcripts by Mary Richards,

A manuscript almost entirely in the hand of Mary Richards, Darowen containing transcripts of the opinion of Sir William Jones [orientalist and jurist] on the Scriptures ('Barn Syr William Jones y Tra dysgedig Ysgolhaig Am yr Ysgrythyrau Sanctaidd Yr Hon a ysgrifenodd ar ddalen wen yn ei Feibl ei hun'); prayers by Thomas Richards, Darowen; copious biographical memoranda relating to the family of Richards of Darowen; letters from Thomas Richards, Darowen to members of his family, 1814-37 and undated (the appointment of Lewis Richards to the rectorship of Llanerful, local and family news, the writer's health, news of friends, a new school for Hugh Jone[s] Maesglase, a Christmas service, the receipt of tithes), to [John Luxmore, bishop of St Asaph] [1829] (jealousy arising from a meeting at Darowen) (incomplete), to [ ], 1809 (Darowen charities), to [ ], 1814 (enclosing [bishop's] transcripts), to Mrs Lewis, Post Office, Machynlleth, 1817 (a debt due to the recipient), to the Reverend [ ], undated (thanks for a benefaction), to Mr [Daniel?] Crosthwaite, portrait painter, Liverpool, 1837 (personal, a proposed visit by R[ichard] Richard[s]), and to Baron [Sir Richard] Richard[s], Caer Ynwch, 1796 (personal, conveying a gift of a Dovey salmon); letters from [Mary Richards] to Thomas, Lewis and Jane [Richards], 1837 (the health of the writer's father), L[ewis] Richards, Jes[us] Coll[ege], Oxford to D[avid] Richard[s], Llansilin, 1842 [recte 1824] (the writer's ordination), Adam Sedgwick, Cambridge to Mary Richards, Llangynyw, 1855 (the death of the recipient's brother Thomas) (two copies; see also MS 284), Charles Meyer, Pen Main to [?Thomas Richards] undated (a visit to the recipient), D. R. Thomas, Cefn Rectory, S[t] Asaph to [Mary] Richard[s], 1876 (the death of the recipient's sister Jane), Walter Davies ['Gwallter Mechain'], Manafon to D[avid] Richar[ds], Llansilin, undated (a visit to the recipient, a collection of musical compositions) and to T[homas] Richards, Llangynyw, 1837 (the death of Thomas Richards, Darowen), Griffith Williams, Dolgellau to Mair Richards, Darowen, 1838 (the death of the recipient's father), Moris Jones ('Meurig Idris'), Dolgellau to Mair Richards, 1841 (the death of the recipient's mother), William Pughe, Mallwyd to T[homas] Richard[s], Darowen, 1810 (a benefaction for the writer), Roderic Lewis, Llanbryn Mair to T[homas] Richar[ds], Darowen, 1833 (a petition for the better observation of the Sabbath), R. Brougham, London to T[homas] Richards, Darowen, 1848 [sic] (a return by the recipient), J. J. Muncher, Bristol to T[homas] Richard[s], Darowen, 1837 (an annuity for Mary Evan, a blind person of Darowen), Augustus [Pemberton] Salisbury, Exeter College [Oxford] to T[homas] Richards, Llangynyw, 1848 (the death of the writer's 'poor friend'), Evan Evans ['Ieuan Glan Geirionydd'], Aberrhyw to the Richards family [at Darowen], 1823 (the writer's arrival at Aberrhyw and his impressions of the place, news of friends and greetings to friends) (original letter in Cwrtmawr MS 534), Robert Davies ('Bardd Nantglyn') to T[homas] Richard[s], Darowen, c. 1820 (the writer's stay at Nannau and proposed visit to Carmarthen, enclosing poetry), Thos Charles, Bala to [Thomas Richards at Llan-ym-Mawddwy], 1796 (the payment of a draft), William Farre, Carno to T[homas] Richards, Darowen, 1837 (accepting an invitation, Mr Crossthait [sic] and a likeness of the recipient and Mrs Richard[s]), (Lewis Hughes, bishop of St Davids] to [ ], 1791 (the receipt of Darowen annual and lactual), Arthur Gardener [London] to [T[homas] Richards, Darowen], 1834 (Church Influence Society), David Jones, Penant to T[homas] Richards, Llan y Mowddy, 1787 (the ordination of the writer as a deacon), etc.; poetry in strict and free metres by Robert Dafydd (Nantglyn), D. Davies ('Pruddfab'), [William Roberts] ('Gwilim Aran') (Dolgellau), William Williams ('Gwilim ab Iorwerth') (Darowen), Morris Jones ('Meirig Idris') (Dolgellau), Edward Davies ('Heddgeidwad', Llan Erful), Walter Davies ['Gwallter Mechain'], Evan Evans (['Ieuan] Glan Geirionydd'), [Benjamin Jones] ('P. A. Mon'), Robert Parry ('Robin Ddu Eryri'), Aneurin Owen, [William Edwards] ('Gwilym Padarn'), Roger Butler Clough, Sion Powel, (Llansannan), Owan Robert, [T.] Richard[s] (Darowen), [Rowland Parry] ('[Ieuan] Carn Dochan'), [John] Athelystan Owen ('Bardd Meirion'), etc., and anonymous poems; a list of subscriptions at Llan y Mowddwy for Welsh Bibles and New Testaments, 1899 [recte 1799]; an appeal by T[homas] Richards on behalf of S.P.C.K. to the churchwarden and overseers of the poor of Darowen for subscriptions towards the distribution of Bibles, 1835; accounts of 'plygain' and Christmas services at Darowen Church, 1826-36; a voucher of T[homas] Richards for books, 1804-5; an application to the Governors of Christ Church Hospital on behalf of Evan Jones, Darowen for assistance from the Reverend William Heathrington's Charity to the Blind, 1815; a petition on behalf of Mary, daughter of John Jones and Mary, his wife, a blind person resident in Llanbrynmair, for an annuity from the Charity of John Merlot, Bristol, 1820; a message of thanks to [Ashley Cooper, 6th] earl of Shaftesbury for a gift of three fringed mantles to Mary, Jane and Elizabeth Richards ('Copi or diol[ch]garwch a anfonwyd ir gwir Anrhydeddus Iarll Chafsbury am ei rodd o dair ffaling o ledr Woodstock a ridens Gwyrdd ... un i Mary a Jane ag Elizabeth Richards ar ol ei arosfa yn Nhy ei Brawd Par. T. Richards ... fe ddanfonwyd y diolch yn y llythyrenau Coelbren y Beirdd); a list of subscriptions in the parish of Darowen towards the celebration of the wedding of Colonel [Sir John] Edwards, [Plas] Machynlleth and Mrs [Harriet] Herbert of Dolforgan [Kerry], 1825; an appeal by Angharad Llwyd, Caerwys to the bards and gentry of Cydewen for subscriptions towards a gift of a silver cup to each of the two wardens of Llan Beblig, Caer Arfon for their opposition to an English incumbent ('yn erbyn Sais i wasanaethu'r Eglwys'), 1843; a notice to John L. Richard[s] to quit Froncoch, parish of Llan Owddyn, 1828, a deposition of Evan Jones[s], Unicorn Inn, Darowen touching the boundaries between Gwern y Bwlch and Ffridd fawr, parish of Cemes, 1830; medical recipes; etc.