Documents at the National Library of Wales relating to various Carmarthen
Estates and Families
Records deposited by D.M.C.Charles deriving from the office of Barker,
Morris & Owen of Carmarthen, solicitors.
Deeds and documents (1720-1938) of the Davies family of Llwyn, Cardigan
and Ffrwdfal and Rhosybedw in Carmarthen. Nat. Library of Wales.
Manuscripts of Alcwyn C. Evans (1828-1902), antiquary, relating mainly
to the history and genealogy of the town and county of Carmarthen, including
volumes of pedigrees of the gentry of South Wales[NLW MSS 12356-88]
Letters and papers relating mainly to the Charles family of Carmarthen
and the Davies family of Aberystwyth and Cwrtmawr [ NLW MSS 10549-50
Estate records, 1576-1936, relating to the family of Philipps of Cwmgwili,
Carmarthen and the family of Jenkins of Cilbronnau, Llangoedmor.
Jones Charity. Records relating to the charity established by John
Jones of Carmarthen, physician (died 1697), for the benefit of the
poor of several Pembrokeshire parishes.
Papers of the Rev. Thomas George Davies (1900-77), Baptist minister,
including records of the Presbyterian College, Carmarthen, 1846-63.
Papers of the Spurrell family of Carmarthen, including William
Spurrell (1813-89), founder of the House of Spurrell, printers and
Deeds of Carmarthen town and Dyer of Aberglasney, 1709-1851.
Manuscripts of Henry Thomas Payne (?1760-1832), archdeacon of Carmarthen
Estate records, 1576-1936, Êrelating to the family of Philipps
of Cwmgwili, Carmarthen and the family of Jenkins of Cilbronnau,
Records of the Presbyterian College, Carmarthen, 1820-1951.
Records, deposited by Mrs Johns and Mrs Brown of Trenewydd, of estates of
the families of Thomas of Carmarthen, and of Posty and Cilciffeth,
Pembrokeshire; and others, 1488-1926.
Records from the offices of Barker, Morris & Owen, Carmarthen, solicitors,
in which Griffith Einion Owen was a partner, C18-C19. Includes records
relating to the following estates and families: Cwmgwili, Gwynne of
Garth, Scurlocke of Carmarthen, Johnes of Hafod, Lloyd
of Mabws and Penty Park, Phillips of Laugharne, Lloyd Jack
Hughes of Tre-gib, Rees of New Inn, Morgan of Carmarthen
(ironmasters), Morris of Carmarthen (bankers), Lloyd of
Abertrinant, the Brigstocke family, Edwardes of Trefgarn,
Jones and Griffiths of Alltyferin and Llwyn-y-brain, parish
of Llanegwad. Include also manorial records, C18-C19; office records, C19;
records of Carmarthen borough and records of iron and tinplate industry,
all late C18-C19.
Gareth Hicks, 1 Feb 2000
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