Shropshire (England)

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10 Archival description results for Shropshire (England)

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Agricultural account book and journal,

  • NLW MSS 16798A i-ii.
  • File
  • 1802 and [19 cent., first ΒΌ ].

Two notebooks, NLW MS 16798Ai being a printed account book for the year 1802 possibly belonging to a yeoman farmer or man of similar profession, NLW MS 16798Aii being a journal without dates and containing only rough accounts on ff. 6 verso-7.
NLW MS 16798Ai mainly contains details of accounts settled and owed together with general observations on the weather, agricultural duties, etc. There are rough accounts on inside front cover, ff. i, ii verso, 85 recto-verso, and inside back cover. The location of the writer is uncertain but may have been Monmouthshire, Gloucestershire or another county at or near the Welsh border as mention is made of travelling to Howle in Shropshire (ff. 13 verso, 42 verso, 43 verso, 44 verso), to [?Soilwell Farm] in Gloucestershire (f. 32 verso), to Hereford (f. 29 verso), and to attending Ross[-on-Wye] church (f. 23 verso).

Criddle Deeds,

  • GB 0210 CRIDDLE
  • Fonds
  • 1608-1794.

Title deeds and other documents, 1608-1794, relating mainly to properties in Montgomeryshire and Shropshire.

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Dobell Collection of Shropshire Deeds,

  • GB 0210 DOBELL
  • Fonds
  • 1280-[mid 19th cent.] (accumulated 19th cent.) /

Deeds and documents, 1280-1797, relating to Shropshire, Cheshire, Denbighshire, Flintshire, Montgomeryshire and Staffordshire, together with genealogical, heraldic and antiquarian notes, compiled c. 1745-c.1766 and [mid 19th cent.].

Percy J. Dobell and Son.

Edward Edwards: Shropshire castles, &c.

  • NLW MS 1223D
  • File
  • 19 cent.

Material relating to Shropshire castles and fortifications collected by Edward Edwards, bookseller, Shrewsbury, with many engravings, plans, etc.

Edwards, Edward, Shrewsbury Collection of material relating to Shropshire (19 cent.), NLW MS 1223D

Household management papers,

Household management papers, comprising servants' wages books, instructions and other items relating to their duties, 1698-1866, [c. 1949], household and cellar inventories, 1687-1938, household bills and receipts, 1662-1878, recipes and needlework instructions, [1650x1727]-(Watermark 1862).

Legal precedents

Two books of legal precedents, one containing examples from England, mainly London, and the other containing copies of documents relating to actions in the counties of Anglesey, Caernarvonshire, Merioneth, and Shropshire.

Penybont Hall (Radnorshire) Deeds,

  • GB 0210 PENYBONT
  • Fonds
  • 1728-1913 /

Deeds, 1728-1850, relating to the manor of Golon and other properties in Radnorshire, and Ludlow, Shropshire; deeds and documents, 1778-1808, relating to the manors of Brilley and Eardisley and other properties, Herefordshire, and the manor of Aberedw and other properties in Radnorshire; and a schedule of the Whitehead estate in Radnorshire, [early 20th century].

Penybont Hall Estate (Wales)

Richard Williams, Celynog, collection of deeds

  • GB 0210 CELYNOG
  • Fonds
  • 1514-1813

Deeds and documents, 1514-1813, collected by Richard Williams of Celynog, relating mostly to properties in Montgomeryshire as well as Flintshire, Merionethshire and Shropshire, including the township of Rhandregynwen, Llandysilio, Montgomeryshire, 1581-1605, the township of Bodaioch, Trefeglwys, Montgomeryshire, 1562-1630, and Treuddyn, Flintshire, 1621-1639; and depositions of witnesses, 1580, taken at the Court of the Council of Wales and the Marches, concerning a case of trespass.
There appears to be no single family unifying these deeds, however some individuals and families appear several times: Ieuan ap Richard of Domgay, Ieuan ap Llywelyn ap Gruffydd Sais and his son Gruffith ap Ieuan, Llandysilio, Montgomeryshire (Rhandregynwen deeds), the Pope family of Shropshire (Trefeglwys deeds) and Rees ap John William and Lewis ap John Merton of Treuddyn, Flintshire (Treuddyn deeds).

Williams, Richard, 1835-1906

Sarah Ponsonby: A Journey in Wales

Journal of Sarah Ponsonby, 10 May-25 June 1778, entitled 'Account of a Journey in Wales perform'd in May 1778 by Two Fugitive Ladies', recounting the arrival of herself and Lady Eleanor Butler in Pembrokeshire and their subsequent travels in Wales and Shropshire, including first impressions of Llangollen (f. 11) and a watercolour view of Benton Castle signed by the Ladies (f. 1 verso).