ID

County

Date

Source

Lot No.

Text

Surnames

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1

Denbighshire

1670

Dominic Winter 8 Nov 2000

303

Recovery document of Charles II, dated 24th September 1670, between Edward Jones, yeoman, and Ellis Lloyd, gent for one messuage, one cottage, three gardens, 40 acres of land, 10 acres of meadow, 40 acres of pasture, 12 acres of wood and 20 acres of heath and furze in Eglwys Eagle, Denbighshire, with a large portion (more than threequarters) of the original Royal Chancery Seal still attached by original vellum tag, the seal shows the King in full armour on horseback on the one side and a Crowned Royal Coat of Arms on the other, document in fine fresh condition 120-150- 155.00

Jones

Lloyd

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2

Denbighshire

1788, 1790

Bloomsbury 22 Nov 2001

82

Wales.- Survey of the Melai and Abby Estates, in the County of Denbigh. Ardda Estate in the County of Carnarvon also Festiniog & Llandecwin in the County of Merioneth, monochrome watercolour wash title and 45 maps, 93pp. of accompanying manuscript text, 1788 Survey (A) of the Bodfean Estate in the Counties of Carnarfon & Anglesey, monochrome watercolour wash title and 70 maps, 181pp. of accompanying manuscript text, 1 map creased, rebacked, 1790 Survey (A) of the Glynllifon Estate, in the Counties of Carnarfon, & Anglesey, monochrome watercolour wash title and 45 maps, 114pp. of accompanying manuscript text, 1f. small tear at head, 1790, together 3 vol. of estate maps, "Mapp'd by W. Hitchcock", entirely on vellum, ruled in red, some pp. slightly soiled, engraved bookplates on front pastedowns, numerous maps and letters loosely inserted, original calf, gilt, original silver metal corners and clasps, rubbed, g.e., 4to (3).

Hitchcock

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3

Denbighshire

19th/20th century

Dominic Winter 7 Mar 2002

286

Collection of vellum and paper documents, 19th - early 20th c., relating to lands and properties in Denbighshire, the property of the Watkins Wynne family. Many of these documents relate to the Coed Cochion Estate at Llanfair Talhaiarn on the present day A544 near to the popular holiday resort of Colwyn Bay. There are a number of early 20th c documents relating to building developments in Colwyn Bay, providing a fascinating history of the development of the area through more than 100 years.

Wynne

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4

Denbighshire

19th century

Dominic Winter 7 Mar 2002

287

Miscellaneous group of documents, 19th c., including deeds and papers relating to property at Llanveis, Brecknock, Llandirman, Montgomery, Llanfynydd, Carmarthen, Bassaleg, Pentre etc, a letter from the Hon Frederick West to Vron Limeworks, Ruabon requesting chemical, dated 1836, and sundry other documents of Welsh interest.

West

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

5

Denbighshire

19th century

Dominic Winter 26 Jun 2002

976

Denbigh and Carnarvonshire. Bundle of vellum and paper indentures mainly 19th c., all relating to property transactions in Denbighshire and Carnarvonshire, including properties owned by the Williams Wynn family and the Williams Ellis family

Wynn

Ellis

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

6

Denbighshire

1836

Dominic Winter 26 Jun 2002

977

The Suit Rolls of Tenants for the Michaelmas Leet as supplied by the Constables in the several townships within the Manors of Mochnant, Cynlleth Yr Jarl and Carreghofa, 1836, partly printed documents with extensive manuscript insertions, each signed by the Steward of the Manor, a little dust stained, otherwise in good condition, 42pp, folio. A fascinating insight into the Medieval system of local government which was still in operation as late as the mid 19th c. The rolls begin with the list of twenty-one townships, the names of old and new Constables, followed by the individual lists from the Townships and the Nominations of persons proper to serve as Constables for the ensuing year. Some of the Townships clearly had no one to present and of course pre-date the first census. This method of choosing Constables was abolished in 1842.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

7

Denbighshire

1840

Dominic Winter 5 Nov 2002

466

The Suit Rolls of Tenants for the Michaelmas Leet as supplied by the Constables in the several townships within the Manors of Mochnant, Cynlleth Yr Jarl and Carreghofa, 1840, partly printed documents with extensive manuscript insertions , each signed by the Steward of the Manor, a little dust stained, otherwise in good condition, 42pp, folio. A fascinating insight into the Medieval system of local government which was still in operation as late as the mid 19th c. The rolls begin with the list of 21 townships , the names of old and new Constables, followed by the individual lists from the Townships and the Nominations of persons proper to serve as Constables for the ensuing year. Some of the Townships clearly had no one to present. These documents provide a considerable number of names of people who were living in the area at the time, and of course pre-date the first census. This method of chosing Constables was abolished in 1842 making these documents some of the last records of a method of local government which had existed for centuries.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

8

Denbighshire

1855

ebay

 

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASEHOLD PREMISES IN THE PARISH OF LLANDULAS IN THE COUNTY OF DENBIGH, NORTH WALES - 1855. Assignment of a mortgage term dated 12th June 1855, between Robert Roberts of the Old Bank, City of Chester and William Crosley of 16 Westbourne Park, Middlesex, Civil Engineer of the one part, and Henry Steel of Liverpool, Manager of the Liverpool United Gas Light Company of the other part. Mortgage of all that parcel of land called Hugh Goch Ucha lately part of a farm called Glanrafon belonging to Robert William Wynne in Llandulas county of Denbigh and an other small piece of land bordered Easterly on land belonging to the Lord Bishop of Bangor, and Southerly on land owned by William Crosley deceased. Includes a detailed description of the land, details of Robert Wynne's family and ages, and recitals of a number of previous indentures relating to the land. The three page document also has a second indenture written on the back dated 1860 between Henry Steel and a Mr or Mrs E Humphreys. Very good condition 3 page vellum written in English. Three signatures and red wax seals. 57 by 72 cm.

Roberts

Crosley

Steel

Wynne

Humphreys