Sheriffs -- Wales -- Carmarthenshire



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Calendar of Carmarthenshire sheriffs and genealogical material

'Calendar of all The High-Sheriffs for The County of Carmarthen and of all the Mayors, Bailiffs and Sheriffs of the Corporation of Carmarthen from the year of Our Lord 1400 to 1818 ...'; genealogical notes and tables largely of South Wales families, with numerous notes and annotations by Stedman Thomas; etc.

Mayors, sheriffs, etc. of Carmarthen and Carmarthenshire,

A volume lettered on the upper cover 'The Mayors, Sheriffs, &c. of the Borough, and the High Sheriffs of the County of Caermarthen'. It contains the names, and facsimiles of the autographs of, the mayors of the county borough of Carmarthen [see also N.L.W. MS. 12377D] and of the Kings and Queens of England, temp. Henry IV-1911, with biographical notes; a transcript of a statement of the pedigree of William Herbert, 1st earl of Pembroke, compiled in 1460 by Ievan ap Rytherch ap Ievan Lloyd, esq., Howell ap David ap Ievan ap Rys, gent., and Howell Surdwall, Ievan Deulwyn, and Ievan Brechva, bards, by commission of King Edward IV; the names of the high sheriffs of the county of Caermarthen, 1537-1901; and the names of the bailiffs, afterwards called sheriffs, of the county of the borough of Caermarthen, 1400-1905. The entries after 1901 are in another hand.

Alcwyn C. Evans and others.

Shrievalty of Carmarthenshire,

A group of manuscript and printed papers, 1900-1903, acquired by John Morgan Davies, Froodvale, Llanwrda, by virtue of his office as high sheriff of co. Carmarthen, 1902. They include a transcript of the appointment, 6 March, 1902; correspondence from the Privy Council Office, 1900-1901; printed posters of Carmarthenshire Assizes, 1902-1903; a holograph letter from [the under-sheriff] D. E. Stephens, solicitor, Carmarthen; etc.

Shrievalty of Carmarthenshire,

Letter book (carbon copies), 1902-1904, of John M. Davies, Froodvale, relating to his office as high sheriff of co. Carmarthen. Some of the letters are in the hand of John Parry, Froodvale. Among the principal correspondents are D. E. Stephens, under-sheriff, D. E. Williams, Ivy Bush Hotel, Carmarthen, Leo Culleton (designer of the sheriff's banners), Charles H. Athill, Richmond Herald, and W. C. Chick, Angel Livery Stables, Cardiff. The volume is indexed.