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|1||Bangor University: Castell Manuscripts
A small collection of 17 items pertaining to the Roberts family of Castell, near Pentir, Bangor, notably John Roberts (d.1826), farmer and drover, and his sons, Richard, Daniel and Robert Roberts. Other prominent members of the family were Sir Owen Roberts of Dinas, Dr John Roberts of Menai Bridge,...
|2||Bangor University: Cilgwyn Quarry Papers
Records of Cilgwyn Quarry Company, particularly accounts, 1879-1933: Particulars regarding state of quarry, rebuilding specifications, etc, 1880-1897 Correspondence between quarry managers of Cilgwyn-Nantlle district dealing with wages, etc., 1895-1903 Correspondence between directors and manager; n...
|3||Bangor University: Dr Henry Ellis Papers
This collection consists of the personal correspondence of Dr Henry Ellis and prescription books, daybooks and letters patent relating to the apothecary business he ran in Bangor with his son Dr Ellis Henry Ellis.
|4||Bangor University: Edern Manuscripts
A collection of 48 items which includes accounts and miscellaneous papers relating to Graig C.M. Chapel (near Bangor), 1843-1869; detailed notes of proceedings of, and sermons preached at, the Arfon Monthly Meeting, 1848-1875; notes of proceedings at C.M. Assemblies held in Caernarvonshire, 1853-185...
|5||Bangor University: Edwin Jackson Papers
Material consists of two accounts and one descriptive manuscript volume, which were part of the collection of Edwin Jackson. It relates to Bangor, the surrounding areas in Gwynedd and Anglesey.
|6||Bangor University: Ledgers of Griffith Williams, ironmonger
2 ledgers, 1838-1846 and 1853-1873, which reflect the diverse business activities of Griffith Williams together with accounts of expenses entailed in renovating cottages which he had purchased in Rosemary Lane, Conwy, together with rents received from tenants thereof.
|7||Bangor University: Llanwnda Mill Account Book
An account book, 1879 - 1890, in several hands, consisiting of the names and addresses of customers from the parishes of Llanwnda, Llanllyfni and Llandwrog, Caernarfonshire.
|8||Bangor University: Pen-y-groes Blacksmith Accounts
Account books of the Pen-y-groes blacksmith, 1914-1922, consisting of the names of farmers, their farms and details of work carried our at the smithy. Also, a few notes regarding the farm associated with the blacksmith and a printed catalogue of prices for shoeing.
|9||Bangor University: Porth yr Aur Papers
The first deposit of 50, 726 items represents the activities of John Evans, attorney of Porth yr Aur, Caernarvon and his practice.
|10||Bangor University: Records of Thomas Hughes, grocer of Llanfairfechan
Account books, 1894-1908; Methodist diaries containing the names of Sunday preachers, 1897-1911; books of sermon notes, 1903-1910.
|11||Bangor University: Rhiwbach Papers
Records of the Rhiwbach Slate quarries, 1858-1918. They include accounts of 'country sales', particulars of slate making, wharf accounts, 'bargain' books, slate inspector's book, day wagemen accounts, pay sheet deduction ledgers, time books, stores accounts, accident returns, price cards and miscel...
|12||Bangor University: Ty Cerrig, Boduan Shop Accounts
2 shop account books dating from 1829 to 1848, written in Welsh. They provide important and interesting documentary evidence regarding the nature of a country store in Caernarfonshire in the 19th century.
|13||Gwynedd Archives: Meirionnydd Record Office: Archibald Williams & Son, Solicitors, Bala, papers
Records collected by Archibald Williams and Son, 1577-1955, comprising solicitors' records of Archibald Williams, J. R. Jordan, R. O. Anwyl and other solicitors in Bala and Machynlleth, 1802-1955, including financial records, 1802-1949, Bala practice papers, 1822-1955, and insurance agency records, ...