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|1||Flintshire Record Office: Nantlys manuscripts (additional deposit) (Downing estate)
Includes Deeds relating to the Downing estate (and not to the Nantlys estate) in Flintshire, 1686-1876, and Denbighshire, 1585-1856; estate papers, correspondence, plans and sale particulars, 1841-1910; family papers, 1822-1927; and legal and trust papers, including papers relating to the Ormsby-Gor...
|2||National Library of Wales: Brogyntyn Estate, records
Records of the Brogyntyn estate, home of the Ormsby Gore family, Barons Harlech, 1296-1951. They include estate papers and deeds, legal papers, financial papers, family papers and official administration papers of the Ormsby Gore family, their ancestors, the Maurices and the Owens of Clenennau, the ...
|3||National Library of Wales: Brogyntyn (Longueville) papers
Papers of the Ormsby-Gore family, 1811-1912, including estate records and family correspondence of Ormsby-Gore, 1840-1912, papers relating to properties in Buckinghamshire, Caernarfonshire, Cornwall, Denbighshire, Kilkenny, Leitrim, Merionethshire, Montgomeryshire and Shropshire; brick kilns at Oswe...
|4||National Library of Wales: Longueville & Co., solicitors, collection
Papers relating to families and estates in north Wales, including the West family, the Chirk Castle estate, the Hengwrt, Rug and Nannau estate, the Wynnstay estate, the Penbedw estate, the estate of Richard Willding of Llanrhaeadr Hall, Denbighshire, and the Whitehall-Davies family of Broughton Hall...