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Many manuscript pedigrees at The National Library of Wales have been microfilmed and are available through the Family History Library and the LDS FamilySearch Centers.

NLW Pedigree FHL microfilm Notes
2 104409 Item 3 The old families of Rhostryfan in the 18th and 19th centuries.
7 104340 item 1 & 2 Glamorgan and Monmouth families
7 CG 104349 The Golden Grove books of pedigrees "An heraldic and genealogical collection relating to Wales and settlers therein made early in the 18th century by Hugh Thomas, Deputy Herald to Garter King of Arms in 1703
7 CG 104350 The Golden Grove books of pedigrees continued
7 CG [1]' The Golden Grove books of pedigrees continued
8 104353 Item 1 South Wales families
11 [2]' Contents: 1. The Sixthe booke of ye British genealogist of
12 104352 Item 2 A transcript of portions of the Golden Grove Book. It contains pedigrees of people from Pembrokeshire, especially the Herberts and their descendants
13 CG 104313 Item 4 Carmarthen Pedigrees
14 [3]' A Treatise on heraldry and pedigrees of Welsh families
15 [4]' Bundle of papers including a notebook containing "Ancient Pedigree of many of the first families in south Wales"
76 [5]' Three sons (born between 1702 and 1713) of "Harris, a farmer from Carmarthenshire [who] settled at Trefecca, Talgarth, Breconshire upon his own freehold. . ." and descendants to the sixth generation
87 [6]' Extracts from the Cambridgeshire Archaeological Journal; extracts from Harleian ms. 128; testimonials to R. Roberts; pedigrees
92 [7]' This contains an account of the family of Morris of Piercefield in Monmouthshire, and of their connections in the West Indies and in the United States. Compiled about 1774.
118B [8]' A collection of pedigrees formed by Sir John Maclean about 1892-1894. p. 59. A transcript of a part of Glamorganshire pedigrees edited by Sir T. Phillipps, Bart., 1845. p. 61. Stradling of St. Donats. p. 66. Bavent of Sussex and Surrey. p. 68. Descendants of Henry III. p. 70. Le Despenser. p. 74. Descendants of Sir John Daunstay. p. 76. Hungerford. Also some loose papers and letters.
123C [9]' Contents: Extracts from Lewys Dwnn's Heraldic Visitations of Wales -- Return of the estate of David Jenkins in 1644 -- Transcripts and extracts of papers relating to Judge David Jenkins of Hensol -- Sheriffs of Cardiganshire -- Printed works on Welsh heraldry, pedigrees and genealogies
126 104303 Item 5 Pedigrees of Coyl Codeboc . . . King of Brittains Anno 309 . . . finished the 30th of July Annon 1630. Includes Meredith, Griffith, Evans, Puleston and other related ancestral families. Ancestry and descendants of Sir William Jones, who married twice.
134 [10]' Pedigrees of Radnorshire, Flintshire, Denbighshire families
135 104341 Item 1 see NLW Journal vol. XXX, no. 4, Winter 1998 (FHL# 942.9 B2j v. 30
136 104341Item 2-4 Pedigrees of Shropshire family
137 Wyn [11]' Miscellaneous pedigrees
138 104342 Item 2 The Cedwyn manuscript : the Manafon manuscript of pedigrees
139 104342 Item 3 The Taicroesion manuscript : a collection of pedigrees
140 104343 Collection of miscellaneous Welsh pedigrees, once in the possession of the Wynnstay Estate in Denbighshire.
141 104343 Collection of miscellaneous Welsh pedigrees, once in the possession of the Wynnstay Estate in Denbighshire.
142 104343 Collection of miscellaneous Welsh pedigrees, once in the possession of the Wynnstay Estate in Denbighshire.
142 B 104370 Item 4 Welsh pedigrees
143 104344 The Salusbury collection of pedigrees between 1630 and 1677'
144 [12]' The Salusbury collection of pedigrees between 1630 and 1677
145 104345 Collection of pedigrees by Thomas ap Evan of Trebryn, in the parish of Coychurch, Co. Glamorgan
146 104345 Collection of pedigrees by Thomas ap Evan of Trebryn, in the parish of Coychurch, Co. Glamorgan
147 [13]' Collection of pedigrees by Thomas ap Evan of Trebryn, in the parish of Coychurch, Co. Glamorgan
151 104347 Miscellaneous Welsh deeds and pedigrees
185 [14]' The Pedigree of Burfield of Crickhowel
188 [15]' The pedigrees of the best part of the most ancient families of North Wales : taken out of the best authors that wrote upon that subject
189D [16]' Index to Welsh genealogies - p. 3. Genealogicon Auspice Christo, 1670. fol. 1-19. An index to a book of Welsh pedigrees with the references. It is apparently a copy of the index to Pen. 287, and appears to have been at one time in the possession of William Maurice of Cefnybraich. 19-27. A description of the coats of arms of various families, mostly Welsh, arranged alphabetically under the names of the families. 29-38. The royal families of Wales. 39. The pedigrees of the families of the Herberts. Formerly in Phillimore Collection.
287 [17]' Handwritten pedigrees in Welsh, believed to have been started by Robert Vaughan, with additions in different hands.
288 Pen [18]' Welsh pedigrees Includes a surname index. Pedigress lie roughly between the years 1000 - 1600. Manuscript believed to have been written by Griffith Vaughan, son of the antiquary Robert Vaughan and donated to the National Library of Wales by R. Wmes. Vaughan of Hengwrt, Merioneth.
289 Pen [19]' Welsh wills and pedigrees
326

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Mostly relates to families in Mold and Hope parishes, Flintshire
409 [21]' Freeholders list- Includes also pedigrees of the descendants of Richard ap Howel and Ithell Vychan to Edward Moston. (Flintshire)
420 C 104314 Item 2 Pedigree of the families of Maurice, Owen, etc. of Clenenney in the county of Carnarvon and of Porkington (now Brogyntyn) in the county of Salop; shewing the descent of the estates in England and Wales of John Ralph, Lord Harlech. Also, history of the Gwydir family.
446 PEN 104371 Item 1 A collection of miscellaneous pedigrees. Includes the following families: Barlow, Delamere, Herbert, Huntley, Hope of Broughton, Jones of Abermarles, Maunsell, Morgan of Tredegar, Philipps of Pictor, Ravenscroft, Rys of Newton, Vaughan of Golden Grove, and Wogan
447 PEN [22]' Welsh pedigrees : a collection of pedigrees mainly of South Wales families
468 [23]' The treue pedegree of Reignald Williams, esq. concurringe with auntient evidences of Willaston howse w[i]th the treue descents and passage of manores of Willaston magna & Trevnant in the counti of Salop
470 PEN [24]' A genealogical chart showing the descent of John Cole from Blethyn ap Cronvyn, Gwythlach sonne to the Earl of Desmund, Tuder son to Rees Sais, Kynurric ap Riwallon, Gruffyth ap Conan, Ririd Vlaith, Dolffyn, Ednevet Vachan, Brochwel Skithroc, Morgan descended out of Yestin, Sir David Hanmer, Blethyn Vaghan, Sir Piers Dutton, Lord of Boolkley, Gwenwynnuyn, Raulf Mortimer, Galffrid Genevil Earl of Ulster, Sir Richard Corbet, etc., with heraldic shields." (from the 17th century)
471 PEN 104410 The pedigree of Richard Flecher of Treborth, Caernarvonshire. The first name on the pedigree is Richard Flecher of Bangor, Caernarvonshire, descended from Sir Richard Flecher of Chershire, "Knight".
472 PEN [25]' A genealogical chart showing the descent of Thomas ap Rhys ap David ap Ithel from Idnerth Benfras, Bleddyn ab Kynvyn, Arglwydd Straens, Tudur Trevor, Aleth Brenin Dyfed, Kynwric ap Riwallon, Ednowen Bendew, Riryd Flaidd, Kelynin, Brochwel Skithroc, Dd.llwch, Madoc Kyffin, Ier-voel, Llewelyn ap Yngyr, Meilir Gryc, Gruff.ddu, Einon ap Seissyllt, Owen Kyvelioc, Gwythlach, Owen Gwynedd, Gru. ap Beli, Alo, Llowdden, Sir Dd. Hamner, Sir Pyrs Dutton, Edward Charelton, Argluydd Powys, Ririd voel, Ieuan Voelfrych, Gwynn ap Gruff, etc., with heraldic shields." (from 17th century)
473 PEN [26]' A genealogical chart showing the descent of Rhys ap Dd. ap Ithel from Idnerth Benvras, Einon Evell, Arg Iwydd Straing, Grono arglwydd y bachau, Kylynin, Gwynn ap Gruff, Dd. llwch, Mad. Kyffin, Meilir Gryc, etc., with heraldic shields.
474 PEN [27]' A genealogical chart showing the descent of John Salusbury ... from Adam Salusbury, Sir William Mandeville, Sir Richard Puleston, Gruffeth Warren, Gwathlach, Swthrig, Gruffeth Malor, Rees Gryge, Ithell Lloyd, Gruffeth ap conan, Rice ap Theodor, Colwyn ap Tangno, Henry Earl of Barre, Edward I, Llewelyn son of Gruffeth, and Simond Mountford, with heraldic shields."
475 104314 Item 5 An emblazoned pedigree chart, arranged in a circular form, showing seven generations of the ancestors of John Salusbury [i.e. Salisbury] of Sithmarchog, Merioneth, 1627
477 [28]' A genealogical chart showing the descent of John Salusbury ... from Adam Salusbury, Sir William Mandeville, Sir Richard Puleston, Gruffeth Warren, Gwathlach, Swthrig, Gruffeth Malor, Rees Gryge, Ithell Lloyd, Gruffeth ap conan, Rice ap Theodor, Colwyn ap Tangno, Henry Earl of Barre, Edward I, Llewelyn son of Gruffeth, and Simond Mountford, with heraldic shields."
486 [29]' Transcripts and abstracts made for Sir John Williams of historical material relating to the abbey of Whitland and the castle, town, lordship, and priory of St. Clears.
509 104348 Item 4 Pedigrees and genealogy of tribal clans in the ancient area of Gwynedd, Wales.
561B [30]' The Names and arms of the ancient nobility and gentry of North [and South] Wales
712 [31]' The Thomas and the Stedman families between 1089 and 1853 of Pantygof, Co. Carmarthen
729D [32]' Welsh pedigrees : 1500-1700 Genealogies of Welsh families, and lists of the hundreds and commotes of Wales.
763 [33]' Transcripts of records and genealogical notes relating to Cardiganshire, Radnorshire, and Merioneth collected by Thomas Allen Glenn, 1903- 1915.
764 [34]' Transcripts of records and genealogical notes relating to Cardiganshire, Radnorshire, and Merioneth collected by Thomas Allen Glenn, 1903- 1915.
815E [35]' Pedigrees of North Wales families, mainly of Caernarvonshire and Anglesey, with letters, additional notes and newspaper clippings. Includes index.


824E 104372 Item 4 Pedigrees of North Wales families
825D [36]' North Wales pedigrees copied from "Llyfr Melyn Tyfrydog" which is said to be a transcript, made about 1766 by Hugh Hughes ("Y Bardd Coch"), of a manuscript owned by Lewis Morris; papers relating to persons and places in North Wales and to the diocese of Bangor
826A [37]' An alphabetical index to North Wales pedigrees in British Museum Harleian MSS. 1974, 1936, and 1969, and a list of British Museum manuscripts containing Welsh pedigrees
827 [38]' A transcript, made from British Museum Harleian MS. 1974, of pedigrees of Anglesey and Carnarvonshire families
828CM 104348 Items 5-6 Welsh pedigrees from Harleian mss.
829 [39]' Pedigrees of North Wales Families
830 [40]' Pedigrees of clans in the ancient territory of Gwynedd in North Wales
831 [41]' Transcript make by Evan Williams, Caernarvon for E. H. Owen, Ty Coch of Pedigrees Compiled by Edward Jones, brother of John Jones, Llanllyfni
835B [42]' Pedigrees of North Wales families copied by Jonathan Jones, Caernarvon, and others from collections made by Owen Gruffydd, Llanystumdwy; "cywyddau" and "englynion" by Owen Gruffydd, Robert ap Rhys Why, Thomas Prys, and Wiliam Llyn.
837E [43]' Pedigrees of North Wales families
848D [44]' Anglesey and other pedigrees in the hand of David Ellis (1739-93), of Criccieth and Amlwch.
860F [45]' Pedigrees of Caernarvonshire families copied by Edward Humphrey Owen, 1888, from manuscripts of Ebenezer Thomas ("Eben Fardd"), with some notes from the pedigree collections of Owen Gruffydd and John Reynolds
861 [46]' Pedigrees of North Wales and other families, genealogical notes, and correspondence.
863E [47]' A transcript of Le Neve's "Catalogue of Knights" from British Museum Harleian MSS. 5801-2
1037 [48]' Pedigrees showing the descendants and the inter-relations of the families of Jenkins of Rhosmaen, Jones of Bailey Gwynfe, and Jones of Coedshôn, Carmarthenshire, and Sibbering of Standish, Lancashire
1112 [49]' In [Glenn, Thomas Allen]. Genealogical and historical notes relating to the parish of Newmarket otherwise Rhylofnoyd, co. Flint : also to parishes of Gwaenysgor, Cwm, Dyserth, Meliden, Whitford and others.Parish register extracts, 1602-1629
1115 104328 Items 1 'Genealogical notes relating to the ancestry of the people called Quakers in Wales,'and 'Early Meetings of the people called Quakers in North Wales, Monmouthshire and Glamorganshire,' by Thomas Allen Glenn, 1920.
1216E [50]' A transcript of the Taicroesion manuscript of North Wales pedigrees, with additions in a later hand.
1262

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Pedigrees of Gentlemen & Freeholders in Mold and Hope parishes in Flintshire and a Griffith family in Llanfechain, Montgomeryshire
1341 [52]' A copy, made in 1891 by Edward Laws, of "that portion of the Dale Castle MS. Pedigree Book which refers to the County of Pembroke. Transcribed from the edition printed [at Middle Hill] by...Sir Thos. Phillipps in 1859". Also contains a table of contents with places mentioned in the text noted on a map.
1342 [53]' That portion of the Llysnewydd Pedigrees which refers to Pembrokeshire Transcribed from the original MSS. of William Lewes by Edward Laws". Contains a table of contents, with index to names.
1355 [54]' Extracts made by Edward Laws from various sources relating to the antiquities of Pembrokeshire. It includes the pedigree of Lucy Walters(one page).
1374 [55]' Extracts by Edward Laws, mainly from Phillipps and Fenton MSS. at the Cardiff Public Library, relating to monumental inscriptions in Pembrokeshire, pedigrees of the families of Philipps of Picton Castle and Lort of Stackpole, Pembrokeshire churches and manors and extracts from inquisitions post mortems, pedigrees of the gentry in Pembrockeshire, and notes on Stackpole.
1375 [56]' Pembrokeshire pedigrees including table of contents.
1382 [57]' Adams family of Paterchurch, Holyland, and Loveston, Pembrokeshire
1387 [58]' Pembrokeshire pedigrees copied from the "Golden Grove" pedigrees, includes index
1397 104324 Item 1 & 2 Notes and extracts by Henry Owen relating mainly to Pembrokeshire archaeology, history, genealogies, etc
1398 [59]' Notes and extracts by Henry Owen relating mainly to Pembrokeshire archaeology, history, genealogies, etc
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104324 Item 3

Pembrokeshire Pedigrees Short pedigrees of Divers Noble-Men, Knights, Esquires, Gentlemen and Women of Pembrokeshire...With the Arms of most of them.
1409 [60]' Genealogical and historical notes on the Picton family of Picton Castle and Poyston, Pembrokeshire.
1430D [61]' A fragmentary genealogy of the Audeley family and of the early lords of Kemmes and notes on the family of De Brian of Devon and South Wales
1448 104324 Item 4 Manuscript and printed pedigrees of several Pembrokeshire families, etc.
1449 [62]' A transcript of a collection of pedigrees of Carmarthenshire, Cardiganshire, and Pembrokeshire families
1461 [63]' A historical sketch of an old Welsh family-the Arnolds of Monmouthshire.
1468 104315 item 8 The Lords of Mawddwy and their descendants, the Earls of Bradford ..
1472D [64]' Pedigrees of South Wales families, mainly of Glamorgan and Monmouthshire
1501E 104358 Item 6' Collection of pedigrees of Welsh families
1504 [65]' Pedigrees of North Wales and border counties families, copies of charters and documents, and a copy of the Vernon pedigree and claim to the barony of Powis.
1505 104361 Pedigrees of North Wales and border counties families.
1507 [66]' Families of Hughes : manuscript collections, being transcripts of various evidences
1508 104362 Families of Hughes : manuscript collections, being transcripts of various evidences
1509 104362 Families of Hughes : manuscript collections, being transcripts of various evidences
1510C 104362 Families of Hughes : manuscript collections, being transcripts of various evidences
1511 104338 Items 9-11 The history of Berw,' 1861, by John Williams, Beaumaris (see 'Supplement,' 1915, to the Transactions of the Anglesey Antiquarian Society), with pedigrees of North Wales families, mainly those connected with Anglesey, Carnarvonshire, Denbighshire, and Merioneth.
1512 [67]' The history of Berw,' 1861, by John Williams, Beaumaris (see 'Supplement,' 1915, to the Transactions of the Anglesey Antiquarian Society), with pedigrees of North Wales families, mainly those connected with Anglesey, Carnarvonshire, Denbighshire, and Merioneth.
1513 104338 Items 9-11 The history of Berw,' 1861, by John Williams, Beaumaris (see 'Supplement,' 1915, to the Transactions of the Anglesey Antiquarian Society), with pedigrees of North Wales families, mainly those connected with Anglesey, Carnarvonshire, Denbighshire, and Merioneth.
1517E 104363 A volume of pedigrees of North Wales families, labelled "Taicroesion MSS
1519E [68]' Pedigrees of North Wales families, possibly an early transcript of the Taicroesion manuscript.
1538 [69]' "A General Index [by john Williams] to the Notes illustrative of the History of Estates and Families in Anglesey and North Wales in [his] various manuscript books."--
1543E [70]' Pedigrees of Welsh families compiled by Randle Holme "the Third" (1627- 99), with reference to pedigrees compiled by Evan Lloyd Jeffrey ("Ieuan Llwyd Sieffre"), John Cain, Rhys Cain, Evan Lloyd of Ereithlyn, etc.
1544E [71]' Pedigrees of North Wales families, possibly a transcript of the Taicroesion manuscript, with additions by H. R. Hughes
1547E [72]' Pedigree of Maddock
1566B [73]' North Wales pedigrees, formerly in the possession of John Thomas, curate of Ruthin; an account, by Lord Littleton, of a tour in North Wales, 1755; extracts from Gildas and Nennius
1567E [74]' Transcripts by Angharad Llwyd of North Wales pedigrees
1568C [75]' Transcripts by Angharad Llwyd of North Wales pedigrees
1570B [76]' Transcripts by Angharad Llwyd of a portion of the diary of Peter Roberts (see MS. 1559), and a few North Wales genealogies
1571C [77]' Transcripts by Angharad Llwyd of Llanbedr Dyffryn Clwyd parish registers and of North Wales pedigrees from manuscripts at Treffos, Gwernhaylod, etc
1572C [78]' Transcripts by Angharad Llwyd of pedigrees of Welsh families
1573C [79]' Transcripts by Angharad Llwyd of genealogical and historical notes mainly relating to North Wales
1578B [80]' Mold and Hope pedigrees and other miscellaneous pedigrees
1587D [81]' Mainly of Anglesey and Caernarvonshire families; transcripts by Angharad Llwyd of other Welsh pedigrees
1589 [82]' Transcripts of pedigrees
1590 [83]' Transcripts by Angharad Llwyd of pedigrees
1591D [84]' Pedigrees of North Wales families, The "Salusbury of Erbistock and Rhug" pedigree collections
1593 104409 Item 4 Illustrated pedigree of Ann Gryffin who was descended from Sir William Harle, Lord of Harle in Shropshire; Bryan, Lord of Bromton; Yaroth, Lord of flint; Griffith ap Rees, King of South Wales; and Gugan, Lord of Brecknock.
1594E [85]' North Wales families
1597D [86]' Transcribed pedigrees
1598D [87]' Pedigrees, mainly of South Wales families, followed by those of Norman and English families, with transcripts by Angharad Llwyd of pedigrees in the Salusbury collection then at Wynnstay
1601D 104368 Item 5 Transcripts by Angharad Llwyd of pedigrees of North Wales families
1604 [88]' Transcripts of genealogical notes, parish register entries, pedigrees, arms of Welsh and English families
1618 [89]' Pedigrees, mainly transcribed by Earwaker, of Holland of Hendrefawr, Vaerdref, and Kinmel; Kyffin of Maenan; Owen of Garthymedd; Wynne of Cold Coch, Lloyd of Gwrych; Hesketh of North Meols; Hesketh of Gwrych; and Carter of Kinmel. Also includes an account of Maenan Hall; notes, letters, pedigrees, and press cuttings relating to the families of Hughes of Kinmel and Wynne of Coed Coch
1631 [90]' Pedigrees of the Charlton family
1652 [91]' The Mabus manuscript containing the pedigrees of the gentry of Carmarthenshire, Cardiganshire and Pembrokeshire
1654 [92]' A transcript made in 1828 of the Manafon manuscript, also known as the Cedwyn Manuscript or Llyfr Cedwyn. It includes genealogies of royal families and other Welsh families
1655 [93]' Pedigrees of the families of Herbert of Dolforgan, Kerry, Jones of Great Hemm, Forden, Pryce of Gunley, and Hugh Owen, archdeacon of Shropshire
1655F [94]' Fifty-five pedigree charts (none showing chronological dates) covering between six and twelve generations for various Welsh families. These pedigree charts were part of the Cringell manuscript collection acquired by the National Library of Wales.Includes Dychanes (Vychannes), Griffith, Harbert, Hopkins, Horrell, Lloughor, Lyson (Lleysoneid), Madock ap Justyn, Morgan, Rys ap Justyn, Turberville and other families.
1656B [95]' Llyrf Achau- Copies, in the hand of Joseph Morris (Shrewsbury), of pedigrees, mainly of South Wales families
1657 [96]' Transcripts by Walter Davies of Lewis Morris' "Bonedd y Saint," of pedigrees of some of the Welsh saints and some Welsh chieftain families, of a long letter from Sir Samuel Rush Meyrick to Angharad Llwyd dealing with hereditary insignia, and of pedigrees from "Llyfr Cae Cyriog"
1723 [97]' Notes by Walter Davies on the pedigree of various branches of the Herbert family
1741 [98]' Elegiac is a form of poetry used in the seventh century B.C in Greece. This form of poetry was used by various authors to eulogize the Welsh poet David Owen and Edward Mostyn Lloyd Mostyn in these transcripts. Also includes pedigrees and genealogical notes, and replies to queries sent by Lady Charlotte Guest.
1776 [99]' Pedigrees and genealogical notes relating to Welsh families. Also includes a squire's day book belonging to Vincent Corbett (1681) in which is written much of his genealogy
1781 104319 Item 5 Contains miscellaneous genealogical notes chiefly written by Walter Davies with some in the autograph of John Jenkins and Angharad Llwyd and mainly relating to Montgomeryshire
1801 [100]' Genealogical notes compiled or transcribed by Walter Davies and relating mainly to branches of the Herbert family
1917 [101]' South Wales Pedigrees -"This collection of pedigrees has principally been made out from a ms. copy in the possession of M. Lloyd Llewellyn of Carmarthen, which copy was written by one M. Morgan Lewis in 1696, in which there are some few additions to a later period by others. I have availed myself also of their documents printed as well as written, by which some families are brought down to the present time." D. Jones Lewis, Gilfach, Llanwrda, Carmarthenshire, 1830
2045

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Pedigrees of gentry in Cardiganshire
2081 [103]' Descendants of David ap Griffith
2146 [104]' Pedigrees of the families of Meredith (of Radnorshire, etc.), Thynne, Howe, and Gwynne
2573 [105]' Handwritten pedigree charts relating to the Pennant family in Flintshire
2703 [106]' Genealogical miscellanea relating to Merioneth Quaker families and their descendants in Pennsylvania and elsewhere
2719 104315 Item 1 Includes pedigrees of families in the Dolgellau, Merionethshire district; extracts from the registers of Dolgellau, 1464-1812; wills; Merionethshire pedigrees; miscellaneous papers.
2720 [107]' Includes pedigrees of families in the Dolgellau, Merionethshire district; extracts from the registers of Dolgellau, 1464-1812; wills; Merionethshire pedigrees; miscellaneous papers
2851 [108]' Extracts from various parish registers in Cornwall relating to members of the Bramwell family; the will of Thomas Bramwell of Penzance; pedigrees of the Vaughans of Bredwardine; transcripts of patent rolls, state papers (1509-1539), plea rolls; notes on Gwentian Catholics and transcripts of recusant lists; extracts from pedigree manuscripts including those of Lewis Dwnn, and transcripts of documents relating to Monmouthshire; "Cymru Fu", miscellaneous notes on Welsh usages and customs; "The Land of Morgan", transcript of an article by Geo. T. Clark; index of municipal offices; pedigrees from the Book of Llandaff
2852 [109]' Extracts from Llandaff wills; Monmouthshire deeds; Historical Commission on Manuscripts reports (extracts from Peniarth mss. and Cardiff Library Phillipps mss.); listing of contents of St. Asaph probate registry; list of officers and gentlemen who surrendered at Raglan, 1646; monumental inscriptions inside the church at Mold; other miscellaneous wills and pedigrees, including pedigrees of the Raglan and Herbert families
2853 [110]' Transcripts by John Hobson Matthews, mainly of genealogies, but also contains extracts of parish registers, lists of burgesses, other records, poems, etc. Pertains mainly to Monmouthshire.
2913 104359 Pedigrees, mainly of South Wales and particularly of Brecknockshire families, collected by H. J. T. Wood
2914 [111]' Pedigrees, mainly of South Wales and particularly of Brecknockshire families, collected by H. J. T. Wood
2915 [112]' Pedigrees, mainly of South Wales and particularly of Brecknockshire families, collected by H. J. T. Wood
2929 [113]' Pedigree of the Godolphin family
3062 [114]' Pedigrees of various English families, including "The Pedigree of ye Griffiths of Llys y Penrhun in ye parish of Llandygay in ye county of Carnarvon",
3082 [115]' An account of the Williams family of Penrhyn and Cochwillan from Brutus to the 18th century.Includes Yonge, Warburton, Griffith and related families.
3099 [116]' Pedigrees, mainly of Welsh families and replies to inquiries sent by Thomas Nicholas when he was preparing "Annals ... of the Counties and County Families of Wales." Surnames include Evans, Scowcroft, Vaughan, Maurice, Jenkins, Eynon, Lloyd, Yelverton, Morgan, and others
3100 104320 Item 9 Genealogical tables, certified extracts from registers, and correspondence relating to the Furlong family, Pembrokeshire.
3259 [117]' An account, taken from the public records, of proceedingsin the Court of Chancery brought against Jenkins by John Ernle, Whetham, Wiltshire, father-in-law of John Thomas, Bettws, Glamorgan, concerning the will of the latter and of his father Lewis Thomas. Also includes extracts taken from the Public Record Office from Glamorgan fines, Henry VIII-Charles I, to which members of the Thomas family were parties, and genealogical tables, based on the Golden Grove mss. showing the inter-connections of the Thomas and Jenkins families.
3422 [118]' The pedigree of Jeremiah Wood ('Jerry Bach Gogerddan'), domestic harpist at Gogerddan, Cardiganshire, with notes on his children and grand- children.
3480 [119]' Jenkins, Griffith, Howell, Lloyd, Parry, Lewis, Rhudd, Heyward, Holdlaw, Benden, Clement, Trevor and others
3522 [120]' Includes a portion of "The Pedigrees of the gentry in Carmarthenshire", transcribed from the Dale Castle manuscript of the pedigrees of Carmarthenshire, Cardiganshire, and Pembrokeshire families.
3528 [121]' The pedigree of the Llwyd family of Llwydcoed, Llangadfan
3558 [122]' Pedigree of Dr. W. Black Jones (d. 1872), medical practitioner, formerly of Llangammarch and Builth, Brecknockshire
3750 [123]' Genealogical table dates from about the time of William the Conqueror to 1816. Bartholomew de la Stourton (first Lord of Stourton) is the first one mentioned and William Lord Stourton, the last.
3753 [124]' Norman families of Glamorgan and transcripts of Glamorgan pedigrees from Harleian ms. 6108, p. 80-100
3757 [125]' Collections relating to the History of the Normans in the lordship of Glamorgan by Wm. Floyd (19th century)
3766 [126]' Miscellaneous notes and transcripts dealing with localities and people in England and Wales. Includes a synopsis of "Bibliotheca Orientalis" and a proof of pedigree of the Vaughan families of Bredwardine, Dunraven (Dwnrhefn), and Pen-bre.
3776 [127]' Notes on Norman lords and tenants and their families, with an index of the names of the principal families described.
3826 104380 Item4 Short handwritten history of the De Braos/De Braose family in England and Wales, taken from original records listed in the manuscript.
3827 [128]' Short handwritten historical notes regarding the de Bohun family, with references listed in the manuscript.
3828 [129]' Welsh families, mainly those connected with Glamorgan. Surnames range from Awbrey to Williams.
3830 [130]' Welsh families, mainly those connected with Glamorgan. Surnames range from Awbrey to Williams.
3833 [131]' Welsh families, mainly those connected with Glamorgan. Surnames range from Awbrey to Williams.
3834 [132]' Welsh families, mainly those connected with Glamorgan. Surnames range from Awbrey to Williams.
4157 [133]' Notes on various families connected with England and Wales
4164 [134]' Miscellaneous extracts and notes relating mainly to Wales in the medieval period and to Pembrokeshire families.
4165 104380 Items 10-11 Miscellaneous extracts and notes relating mainly to Wales in the medieval period and to Pembrokeshire families.
4436 [135]' The Herberts and other Monmouthshire families
4488C [136]' Pennant and Falconer families
4517 [137]' A transcript, with shields of arms copied in colour, of 'The Creation and Successions of all said Earles of Pembroke as have been sithence the Conquest untill this present year ... 1588 ... by me Richard Thomkins of Denbighe' and pedigrees of the Herbert family from Charlemagne to the end of the eighteenth century
4602 104400 Item 6 Papers relating to the Broom Hall estate, Caernarvonshire, including pedigrees and a "statement of the case of William Jones and Jane Roberts, no. 3 Fasakerly St., Liverpool, who claims property called the personal property of the late Rowland Jones of Broom Hall, Esq., who died November in the year 1856 both single and intestate ..."
4627 104400 Item 5 Facsimile copies of: the deposition attesting the birth of the Prince of Wales, the son of James II; the pedigree of the Pryce family of Gunley, Montgomeryshire, 1609
4706D [138]' Family history and genealogical data, ca.1500-ca.1871, for the Jones family of Wales. Includes pedigree charts, coats of arms, probates and administration of wills, marriage settlements, tombstone inscriptions, correspondence, etc. Includes Acton, Atwood, Clark, Davies, Gwynne, Parry, Thomas and other families
4838 104306 Item 11 Documents, 1858-1868, relating to the families of George Wade Green, Court Henry [Llangathen], and Richard Thomas Howell, Bryncaeran, Llanelly, both in Carmarthenshire
4852

4873D [139]' Pedigree charts of the ancestry and some descendants of James Howell (1594-1666?) from Wales, who was the Historiographer Royal to the Crown. The text reflects some of the disputes among various authorities about some of the lineage shown on these and other pedigree charts for this Howell family.Includes Howells as a variant spelling.Includes Gwynne, Jones, Lloyd, Thomas, Woods and related families.
4978 [140]' Short pedigrees of Divers, Noble-men, Knights, Esquires, Gentlemen and Women of Pembrokeshire; containing all, or most of the Eight Ancestors from whom they are Descended. Together with the Armes of most of them', being a transcript, made by John Tinkler in 1888.
5241 104400 Item 3 Genealogical notes and tables, including an attested copy of a pedigree showing that Thomas Bonsall, Glanrheidol, Cardiganshire, was a kinsman of the founder of the Meyrick exhibition at Jesus College, Oxford, and showing the connection of the Bonsall and Meyrick families with that of Edmund Prys, archdeacon of Merioneth.
5427 104400 Item 2 An autograph letter, Feb. 7 [16]93, from Humphrey Humphreys, bishop successively of Bangor and Hereford (1648-1712) to Peers Maudit, Windsor Herald, and letters and genealogies sent to Bishop Humphreys, 1704-1707, by Peter Le Neve, Norroy King of Arms (1661-1729), and Thomas Humphreys, mainly concerning the pedigree of Sir William Humphreys, a sheriff of the City of London, with notes.
5654 [141]' A rough copy [made by D. Harris Williams] of an elaborate pedigree of the Bodelwyddan family, originally drawn up in 1660 by Griff. Hughes
5932A [142]' The second part of this item is pedigrees of some Welsh localities. Under each locality, the list contains the surname, given name, birth or marriage or death, etc.; the list does not contain chronological dates. Most localities given are not identifiable; some are identified or possibly identifiable. These localities are: The pedigree of Bodesgallen The pedigree of Zroelas The pedigree of Copporlang *The pedigree of Mostyn The pedigree of Hysvale The pedigree of Plas-yn-Pho *The pedigree of Bacheizig [i.e. Bachie ?] The pedigree of Gartmoilis The pedigree of Bodlewyddally The pedigree of Goodmatts *The pedigree of Pennart [i.e. Penarth ?] The pedigree of Maismore *The pedigree of Dyffryn Aled The pedigree of Havod-ynos. Also the pedigrees of Wayne of Nantelyn, the pedigees of Evanechlid, the pedigree of Gwaenynog ( now Henllan), the pedigrees of Eryvith(or Eriviat) (now Blychau) and the pedigrees of Molay (Mold?)
6000 [143]' Welsh genealogies from various sources, being mainly pedigrees of North Wales families, copies of wills, extracts from fines and recoveries, and extracts from the parish registers of Machynlleth, Montgomery
6014 [144]' Includes the following: "Extracts from a note and account book [beginning in 1689] of John Fazackerley of Borthwen in the parish of Llangelynin, Merionethshire - with notes and accounts added by John Lloyd of Aberllefeni and Maespandy, his executor ..."; "Montgomeryshire and other particular names found in presentments of burgesses of town of Aberystwyth, 1693-1785 ..."; "Copy of rent roll [1604] of Pryse of Esgairweddan"; abstracts of Pennal Tower deeds; extracts from wills; and pedigrees
6016F [145]' Family history and pedigree charts, ca.1500-1902 for the Pugh (Pughe) family of Wales. Includes correspondence, Pwlliwrch branch pedigree chart, notes about the history of the parish of Darowen, etc. Includes Griffith (Griffiths), Jones, Owen (Owens), Rees, Rowland, West and other families.
6090F [146]' Two pedigree charts, ca.1500-1783, for the ancestry and descendants of Sir Oliver Cromwell (1599-1658)
6139 104400 Item 10 An account of the family of Kemeys, Kemmis, Cameys or Camoys of Cambridgeshire, Monmouthshire, Glamorganshire, London, Somersetshire, Ireland, and Australia, and the Newce (Kemeys-Jenkin) family of Hertfordshire and Norfolk, with an appendix on the Jenkin family of Carrog in Cardiganshire.
6173 [147]' Includes pedigrees of families in the Dolgellau, Merionethshire district; extracts from the registers of Dolgellau, 1464-1812; wills; Merionethshire pedigrees; miscellaneous papers.
6182 [148]' Ancestry of Catherine Jones. Includes Griffith, Humprey and other related familes. 1710-1861
6194 [149]' A transcript, made in 1637, of visitations of Shropshire, in 1584, by Richard Lee, Portcullis Marshall, and in 1623, by Robert Treswell, Somerset Herald, and Augustine Vincent, Rouge Croix Pursuivant. Includes arms and genealogies taken from other books, rolls, and pedigrees. Also includes coats of arms. Some pedigrees have been extended to 1785 by others.
6288B [150]' Contains genealogical notes of some Flintshire families and includes transcripts from Flint parish registers, 1598-1685, 1707-1764.
6292 [151]' A brief family history of the Golafre family, including a pedigree chart, which covers the 1300's and 1400's. Written in 1887
6544 104312 Pedigree of collections of J.M. Traherne with some of the papers of William Davies fo Cringell (19th century)
6545 104381 Items 10-12 Pedigrees of Glamorgan and Monmouthshire families. about 19th century
6546 [152]' Pedigrees of Glamorgan and Monmouthshire families. about 19th century
6547 [153]' Miscellanea relating mainly to pedigrees of Glamorgan families.
6548 104312 Glamorgan history and pedigrees abt. 19th century
6549 [154]' Copies of parts 1 and 2 of Antiquarian Researches, genealogical, chronological, and heraldic of the principal families of Glamorgan by Rev. Christopher Bassett (19th century)
6550 104381 Item 14 Pedigrees of the Crawshay, Butler, Fleming, and Thomas families.
6554 104396 Item 9 Material collected by J.M. Traherne in connection with the preparation of his book on Sir Matthew Cradock (d. 1521). It includes pedigrees, showing his descent from Einon ap Collwyn (1090)
6556 104396 Item 8 Material accumulated by J.M. Traherne when preparing "The Stradling Corresondence ..." for publication. It includes letters, pedigrees, copies of Stradling wills, and a survey of the estate of Sir, Thos. Stradling, bart., 1732
6558 104396 Item 7 Miscellaneous notes and other material relating mainly to the Traherne family, including a pedigree showing the descent of John Montgomery Traherne from Einon ap Collwyn (1090), extracts from the Trueman ms., legal and other documents.
6562 104396 Item 6 Material relating to the Mansel family of Margam Abbey, Glamorganshire, including letters, pedigree charts, notes, obituaries, and monumental inscriptions.
6610 [155]' Notes and papers relating to many South Wales famlies, particulary the Mansel and Wyndham families.
6611 [156]' Pedigrees of some Glamorgan families extracted from the Goldren Grove manuscript with additions made by Theophilus Jones and John Montgomery Traherne (late 18th to early 19th century)
6612E [157]' Collection of 104 pedigree charts covering various families between about 1600 and about 1796 located in Wales. Includes some charts for "Kings and Princes of Wales," "Kings and Princes of England" and "Kings and Princes of Scotland." Some families have more than one chart, including those that are traced. Includes Anbrey, Carn, Cromwell, Dynevor, Gunter, Gwyn (Gwyne), Herbert, Hopkins (Hopkyns), Kemy, Lyson (Elystan), Mathews, Morgan, Owen (Owens), Popkin, Rynperrey, Thomas, Vaughan (Vychan), Williams Williams and other families.
6613 [158]' Twenty-nine Welsh pedigrees containing nine or ten generations for various families within Wales. Most of these pedigree charts do not contains chronological dates, but among the few dates that appear are ca.1541-ca.1790. Includes Bassett (Basset), Button, Fleminge (Eleminge), Gamage (Famedge), Kemys, Maunsell (Mansell), Stradlinge (Esterlinge), Turberville (Turbervill, Turbill) and other families.
6614E [159]' Welsh pedigrees of several ancient families from which William Davies of Cringell was descended, and which were allied to him and his ancestors by the marriage of David ap Wm., his grandfather, with Claudia the daughter of Thomas ap Richard, esq., of Baglanhall . Sixteen pedigree charts, each containing eight or nine generations (but without chronological dates), showing ancestry and relatives of William Davies of Cringell. Includes Button, Chickley, Galwyth, Kemis, Mathews, Stradlinge, Thomas, Williams and related families.
6615F [160]' Fifty-five pedigree charts (none showing chronological dates) covering between six and twelve generations for various Welsh families. Includes Dychanes (Vychannes), Griffith, Harbert, Hopkins, Horrell, Lloughor, Lyson (Lleysoneid), Madock ap Justyn, Morgan, Rys ap Justyn, Turberville and other families
6850 104396 Item 2 Pedigress, coats of arms, and, in some instances, bookplates and newspaper clippings of many Welsh families throughout Wales.
6874 [161]' Genealogical tables of various families including Powys and Powis, Cherlton, Platt of Caernarvonshire, Potts of Flintshire and Denbighshire, and O'Malley.
6966 104382 Item 2 "Records and genealogy of the Charlton (Charleton) family from 1177 to 1843, compiled, about 1843, from manuscript and record sources in the British Museum and the Heralds' College, and illuminated, with arms emblazoned ... The volume contains an account of Hawys Gadarn of Powys."
6996 104397 Item 1 A pedigree of the Morgan family of Llanrumney Hall (officially spelled Llanrhymni) in Monmouthshire.
7009 [162]' The "Llyfr Achau" is a volume of pedigree collections, mainly of North Wales families, compiled by John Griffith of Cae Cyriog in the parish of Rhiwabon. Besides the pedigrees there are the names of some "Justices of the Peace within the parish of Ruabon since the Reformation", copies of inscriptions on tombs at Dolwyddelan, "a true copy of all the matches and coats of arms that are on walls within the inner chamber over the gate house at the lower house of Gwyder", "The pedigree and genealogy of the ancient and worshipfull family of Jones of Llwynon, in the parish of Wrexham and county of Denbigh...", etc
7192 [163]' The scripture genealogy beginning at Noah, and to which is added the genealogy of the Caesars : and also a display of heraldry of the particular coat of armours now in use in the six counties of North Wales, and roayal and Welsh pedigrees. Includes a handwritten index.
7266 [164]' Miscellaneous handwritten genealogical notes and pedigrees relating mainly to South Wales families.
7267 [165]' A transcript of the Mabws Manuscript containing pedigrees and genealogical notes of many of the gentry of Carmarthenshire, Cardiganshire, and Pembrokeshire (the ancient Dyfed), transcribed from the copy of David Rowlands by J.J. Kerry, 1829.
7268 [166]' The British genealogist : comprising the gentry in Caermarthenshire, Cardiganshire, Pembrokeshire, Glamorganshire, Brecknockshire
7270 [167]' Pedigrees of Welsh families
7271 104383 Items 1-2 Pedigrees of Welsh families
7273 104383 Items 3-7 Miscellaneous handwritten genealogical notes and pedigrees relating mainly to South Wales families.
7276 104383 Items 3-7 Miscellaneous handwritten genealogical notes and pedigrees relating mainly to South Wales families.
7277 [168]' Miscellaneous handwritten genealogical notes and pedigrees relating mainly to South Wales families.
7278 104397 Item 2 Pedigrees of the Edwards family of Rhydygors, and other pedigrees of South Wales families.
7279 104383 Items 3-7 Miscellaneous handwritten genealogical notes and pedigrees relating mainly to South Wales families.
7280 [169]' Miscellaneous handwritten genealogical notes and pedigrees relating mainly to South Wales families.
7281 [170]' Miscellaneous handwritten genealogical notes and pedigrees relating mainly to South Wales families.
7282 104399 Item 2 Miscellaneous historical and genealogical notes relating mainly to South Wales, including copies of letters which passed in 1818-1820 between John Collier Jones, Exter College, Oxford, and Daniel Jones, relative to the pedigree of the Jones family of Llanio, Cardiganshire. Llanio is a chapelry in the parish of Llanddewibrefi
7284 [171]' Handwritten genealogical notes relating to South Wales familes, particularly that of Stedman of Strata Florida and Dolygaer and Pryce of Gogerddan.
7285 [172]' Handwritten genealogical notes on Brecknockshire and its families.
7287 [173]' Miscellaneous notes dealing mainly with families, especially that of Vaughan of Cors-y-Gedol, in the Barmouth parish in Merionethshire.
7288 [174]' Notes on Cardiganshire and pedigrees from that county, particularly that of Johnes of Hafod and Dolaucothi.
7289 [175]' Genealogical notes extracted from Lewys Dwnn's visitation pedigrees.
7290 [176]' Handwritten genealogical notes relating to South Wales familes, particularly that of Stedman of Strata Florida and Dolygaer and Pryce of Gogerddan.
7291 [177]' Notes on Cardiganshire and pedigrees from that county, particularly that of Johnes of Hafod and Dolaucothi.
7523 [178]' Miscellaneous papers mainly of Anglesey and Merionethshire interest. Also includes pedigrees copied out of a manuscript belonging to Owen Williams of Waunfawr, Caernarvonshire, in 1860-1861.
7818 104399 Item 1 Papers relating to the career and ancestry of Sir Henry Lewis, including a copy of the will of his grand-uncle, Henry Hughes, rector of Llanfaethlu, Anglesey, proved 16 July 1828.
7853 104409 Item 8 "The first section of the book consists of abstracts ... for genealogical purposes ... of documents relating to the families of Gamull of Kneghton, Venables and Leighes, Vawdray, Newton, Leighton, Molyneux, Heskayth, Grosvenor, Cholmondeley, Holland, Savage, Dutton, Trevor, and others. The remainder of the book (ff. 77-181) contains an extensive collection of genealogies with arms in trick, all written in a hand of the early seventeenth century, with an index to the entire volume by the same hand
7887 104398 Includes "Cambrian pedigrees together with an account of the different manors within the county of Glamorgan and the names of the proprietors thereof" (with index)
8612E [179]' Pedigree of Howel Coetmore and Rhys Gethin of Fedw Deg. The pedigree in based on Lloyd: Powys Fadog.
8719F [180]' Descendants of Thomas David of Crug-y-chwil (now known as Maenor Crug-y-chwil), Llanwenog, Denbighshire. Thomas David was the first of the Bro Gwenog family to settle there in 1745. He was married to Elizabeth. Pedigree of Gwyddelog Bro Gwenog. Drawn by John Davies.
8996E [181]' "A small group of Flintshire and other North Wales pedigrees, largely from printed sources, including the families of Conwy of Bodrhyddan, Morgan of Gwylgrev (Golden Grove), Davies of Gop (in the hand of T. Allen Glenn, Meliden), Salisbury of Llewenni, Wynne of Ceunant, etc."
9083 [182]' "A transcript of the extent of Anglesey made before John de Delves, locumteneus of Richard Earl of Arundel, justiciar of North Wales, 26 Edward III, 1352; a list of freeholders of Anglesey, 1606; an account of the gentry of Anglesey, arranged by comotes, and a list of sheriffs to 1676, both in the hand of William Williams, Beaumaris, both with earlier pedigrees incorporated; 'a note taken of the demeanes now heald and belinginge to the Heanllis'; and a note of a survey of the lands of Arthur Bagnall in Tyndaethwy and Menai."--
9092 104397 Item 5 Extracts from pedigrees of Gwynedd families
9093D [183]' A handwritten transcript of pages 1029-35 of Robert Vaughan's book of pedigrees.
9118D [184]' A pedigree chart of the descendants of Samuel Levi Phillips of Haverfordwest and of Rees Charles of Pantdwfn, Llanfihangel Abercywyn. Samuel Levi and his brother Moses Levi, German Jews, settled in Haverfordwest in the middle of the 18th century. They converted to Christianity and took the last name of Phillips. Surnames include Davies and Edwards.
9148D [185]' The Genealogie of the antient [sic] family of Cotes of Cotes in the county of Stafford. the genealogy begins in the 12th century and continues to 1866
9488D [186]' Pedigree of the Rutter family from 1499-1835, including correspondence relating to various court actions taken by the family.
10368B [187]' History and pedigree of the Prendergast family from their first settlement in Ireland, collected and presented to Lord Baron Kiltarton ... 1811."
10569 104303 Item 2 Ancestry and some descendants of Evan Griffith and his wife, Jannett Meyryoke.A.D. 1718
10612E [188]' Most pedigrees are of families located in Chester, Cheshire, and in Berkshire.
10834 [189]' A volume containing a glossary of armorial families and individuals; a few pedigrees, notably of Griffith of Carreg-lwyd, Llanfaethlu
10943B [190]' Short pedigree and a few notes from the family Bible. The Reverend John Elias was married to Elizabeth Broadhead in 1799 at Llanfechell, Anglesey.
10983 104393 Item 3 The return of the churchwardens and overseers of the poor of the parish of Rumney, Monmouthshire, 1901; a short pedigree of the family of Edmunds of Rumney, and of the family of Davies of Rompney Castle, with whom they intermarried
10994 [191]' Ancestry and some descendants of Griffith Evans (1835-1935), who died in Bangor, Wales at the age of 100 years and four months. Includes Griffith, Puleston, Fitzgerald, Vaughn and other related families, some among the nobility.
11058 [192]' A pedigree of the family of Hanmer of Hanmer, Flintshire
11089 [193]' Copy of notes of the families of Bradford and James of the Pandy Bettws, nr. Bridgend? Glam[organ, Wales], 1642-1875
11114B [194]' Early Welsh pedigrees to the 17th century
11135 [195]' Transcripts of entries of the births and baptisms, 1828-45, of the children of Thomas and Dorothy Peters of Brynyorkin, Hope, Flintshire, taken from the parish registers of Hope, Northope and Flint, and the register of Northope (Calvinistic Methodist) Church. Cf. Hanlist of manuscripts in the National Library of Wales.
11478 [196]' Edwards pedigrees and genealogical notes, 795-1859. The Edwards and Morrall (Morhall) families of Wales. Includes Jones and related families.
11479 [197]' Edwards pedigrees and genealogical notes, 795-1859. The Edwards and Morrall (Morhall) families of Wales. Includes Jones and related families.
11480 [198]' Pedigrees, genealogical notes, biographical details and coats of arms of the kindred families of Jones of Maesygarnedd, Edwards of Cilhendre, Morrall of Plas Yolyn and Cilhendre, Challnor of Iscoed, Bee of Wendlebury, Oxfordshire.
11610D [199]' "An incomplete folio manuscript containing genealogies, mainly of North Wales families, written in Welsh towards the end of the XVI century, together with extensive additions, revisions, and critical observations in Welsh, English, and Latin."
11867 [200]' Montgomeryshire pedigrees Draft pedigrees and miscellaneous genealogical extracts and notes from parish registers and other manuscript sources and from printed publications relating largely to individual Montgomeryshire families, e.g., Jervis of Llanbryn-mair, Burton of Darowen, Bennett of Trefeglwys, etc., Bowen of Trefeglwys and Llanwnnog, Swancott of Tref-eglwys and Llanwnnog, Kinsey of Llandinam, Savage of Trefeglwys and Llanwnnog, Goodwyn of Trefeglwys, Worthington of Trefeglwys, Mills of Trefeglwys, Jerman of Trefeglwys, Ashton of Trefeglwys, Pughe of Darowen and Penegoes, Pugh of Aberffrydlan [in Llanwrin] and Abergwydol [in Darowen], etc. Among other items included in the extracts are some nineteenth century statistics of Calvinistic Methodist churches and Sunday Schools in the Llanidloes area; material relating to Llanbryn-mair from parochial records, 1663-1821, and from records of the Court of Great Sessions, 1662-85/6; abstracts of probate records of Quakers in Trefeglwys, 1708-76; and a pedigree chart of Principal J. H. Davies, University College of Wales, Aberystwyth.
11962 [201]' Ellis of Glasfryn. Ellis genealogy between 1699 and 1911, with some earlier ancestry.
11964 104312 Glamorgan pedigrees compiled about 1839 on the families Turbeville, Gamage, Sidney, Streatfield, Bawdrippe, Paine, Gibbon, Vann, Edwin, Kemeys, Lewis, Herbert, Gwyn, Ragland, etc.
12062 104320 Items 7-8 An illustrated history of the family of Harries of Tre-gwynt, parish of Granston, co. Pembroke, compiled in 1918, with additions to 1933, by Nelson George Harries. Item 7 contains the actual history and item 8 contains the documentation
12174 104324 Item 7 Gives descent of David family of Blaenllechog farm in Llangolman parish Pembrokeshire. Also pedigree of Morgan Rice and Mary Phillip showing their children and whom they married. Morgan was the son of Theophilus Rice of Llandysilio Parish, Pembrokeshire, and Mary was the daughter of Evan Phillip of Esgernant, Carmarthenshire and Anne Jermyn. Anne was the daughter of Richard Jermyn of Robeston Wathen, Pembrokeshire. Marriage Settlement (1704) cited.
12177 104320 Items 7-8 An illustrated history of the family of Harries of Tre-gwynt, parish of Granston, co. Pembroke, compiled in 1918, with additions to 1933, by Nelson George Harries. Item 7 contains the actual history and item 8 contains the documentation
12196 [202]' Pedigree of the Conway family
12211 [203]' Pedigrees of the Kenrick family of Nantclwyd, Cerniogau and the Wynn family
12219D [204]' A Welsh armorial, with indexes of family names and ordinaries, extracted by C. F. Egerton Allen from Percy Enderbie: Cambria Triumphans (London, 1661), together with Welsh pedigrees and arms from manuscript and printed sources
12220 [205]' Draft notes, extracts, memoranda, etc., by C. F. Egerton Allen relating to the genealogies mainly of Pembrokeshire families. The notes consist of lists of family surnames with pedigrees taken from Lewis Dwnn's visitations, Dale manuscript, and Golden Grove Genealogy Books. The entries give references to where the pedigree(s) will be found in these sources. Some of the references are confusing, and some lists do not clearly indicate what manuscript collection the pedigree will be found.
12356 104356 Bonedd y Cymry- Contains pedigrees of gentry deriving mostly from south-west Wales
12359 104355 Book A "The British genealogist of the gentry of Carmarthenshire" Book B "The British genealogist of the gentry of Cardiganshire" Book C "The British genealogist of the gentry of Pembrokeshire"
12360 [206]' Book D "Brychan Brycheinog and his descendants" Book E "The British genealogist of the gentry in some parts Glamorgan, Brecknock, etc." Book F [Descendancy chart of William, Duke of Normandy and others] Book G "The sixth booke of the British genealogist of Brecknockshire" Book H [Untitled]
12374 [207]' Gives descent of David family of Blaenllechog farm in Llangolman parish Pembrokeshire. Also pedigree of Morgan Rice and Mary Phillip showing their children and whom they married. Morgan was the son of Theophilus Rice of Llandysilio Parish, Pembrokeshire, and Mary was the daughter of Evan Phillip of Esgernant, Carmarthenshire and Anne Jermyn. Anne was the daughter of Richard Jermyn of Robeston Wathen, Pembrokeshire. Marriage Settlement (1704) cited.
12374C [208]' Rough pedigrees of families throughout Wales. Surnames include Birt, Blome, Brigstocke, Parkinson, Leach, Jones, Thomas, Llewellyn, Griffes-Williams, Griffiths, Charles, Williams, Foley, Fortescue, Stedman, Spicer, and others. Pedigrees are supported by extracts from printed sources, family Bible records, parish register extracts and cemetery records
12379 [209]' Pedigrees of the family of Elliot of cos. Pembroke and Carmarthen, supported by transcripts of ecclesiastical probate records, 1586-1817
12381 [210]' Contains abstracts of wills and notes on the pedigrees of families in the parishes of Tre-lech a'r Betws and Llangeler, also mention of families in Pembrokeshire.
12383 C 104306 Item 3 A volume containing extracts relating to the families of Blome, Brigstocke, Edmond, etc.; a pedigree of the family of Thomas of Tyhen in Caio;
12385 [211]' Trevor family of Trevalun, Denbigh and Plas-teg, Flint
12387 104401 Item 8 A volume of pedigrees of Welsh families extracted from the "Book of Baglan".
12388 [212]' Includes an index to the Golden Grove Books of pedigrees.
12395 104386 Item 1 A transcript by Edward Stanton Roberts of NLW ms. no. 1917. The volume contains pedigrees originally compiled and completed on 26 November 1830 by D. Jones Lewis, Gilfach, Llanwrda, Carmarthen
12502 [213]' Miscellaneous notes, pedigrees, and letters tracing the descent of the following: Hugh Williams (1596-1670); Richard Howard, rector of Denbigh (1818-1843) and of Landegfan with Beaumaris (1826-1843); Richard Griffith, vicar of Caernarvon; Maria Emma Elisabeth Conway; and other notes regarding the Lloyd, Clough, Powell, and Novoburgo families, as well as others.
12581 [214]' Two pedigree charts tracing descendants of Thomas Wolley of Woodhall [co. Salop] (ob. 1725), and Eliz[abe]th, his wife (ob. 1682), the first having been produced in a suit at Salop Assizes, March 1825, and the second, in the same suit, at [Salop] summer Assizes, 1827; and a third chart tracing three generations of the descendants of Edward Dyas of Aston, near Worthen [co. Salop] (ob. 1789), and Martha, his wife (ob. circa 1807-1808).
12594 [215]' The Lloyd Family of Cardiganshire, Wales between 843 and about 1832
12627 104320 Item 1 A mid 15th - 20th century pedigree of the family of Jones of Brawdy, co. Pembroke, with ancillary pedigrees of the associated familes of Jones of Greenston, Brawdy, Jones of Southfield, Llsyfran, Roberts of Tregidreg, parish of Mathry, Griffith of Mathry, Morgans, the Flemings, of Roose, Francis of St. Elvis, Jenkins of Mathry, Thomas of Rhydyrharding, parish of Mathry, Williams of Newport, and Harries of Binchurn, all of co. Pembroke.
12746 [216]' Pedigree chart for the family of Bodgorad,Includes Williams and related families.
12843 104338 Item 1 Williams' family pedigree -A holograph letter from Geo[rge] B[enson] Nicholson, Covington, Kentucky, U. S. A., to the Reverent R[ichard] Williams [vicar of Bedgelert, co. Caernarvon], 1894 (genealogical information relating to the writer's family, a visit by the writer to North Wales including Beddgelert, a request for further genealogical data concerning his family from the Bedgelert parish registers); and a copy of a pedigree chart compiled by the said G. B. Nicholson, 1895, tracing the descent of his family from William Williams (1700-1779) of Hafod Yspytty, parish of Blanau (sic) Festiniog, co. Merioneth.
13166 [217]' An early seventeenth century manuscript written ca. 1611-1621 by Roger Williams, clerk, rector of the parish of St. Nicholas, Glamorganshire. Contains pedigrees, Welsh poetry, medical and veterinary recipes, and miscellaneous notes.
13166B
Pedigrees related to most often to Glamorgan, Monmouth and Pembroke families, one copy will dated 1512, some cywydd and englynion
13637 [218]' Lloyd family 1588 to 1912
13652E [219]' Lawrence and Berrington pedigrees and genealogical items including feet of fines related to the Lawrence family 1657-1726
13849 [220]' Pennoyre Watkins married Molly Lloyd in 1751 at Brecon, Brecknockshire, Wales. Descendants listed were in Brecknockshire, Wales. Includes pedigree charts, portrait, etc.
13897 [221]' Includes a transcript by Gwilym Cowlyd of an old ms. in Welsh containing brief histories, poetry, and a list of principalities, cantrefs, etc. in Wales; a portion of George Owen Hari's "The Genealogy of the High and Might Monarch, James ... King of Great Brittayne..." (from Brutus, 1103 B.C., written in London, 1604); the Miscellany (names of the 24 kings of the "Britons who were accounted the most powerful and bravest conquerors, and who built cities ..." beginning with Brutus ap Sylus ap Yscanus ap Eneas , 1103 B.C., who built New Troy, now known as London, to Cadwaladr, about 650 A.D.).
14006 [222]'''''' Llanefydd, Denbigh 1627 to 1887
14007 [223]' Pedigree of the Roberts family
14009 [224]' Llannefyd wills with some pedigrees
14010 [225]' Denbighshire genealogical notes. Includes abstracts of wills and deeds, transcripts of parish registers, monumental inscriptions, biographical information, pedigrees, and newspaper clippings.
14011 [226]' Pedigrees and notes regarding Welsh families, particulary the Williams, Ffoulkes, Jones, Roberts and Winter families. Also includes a lengthy will of John Davies of Llanefydd (Denbighshire), 1684.
14013 [227]' Extracts from various Peniarth mss., including pedigrees and notes relating to Welsh families, particularly those of Salisbury, Hughes, and Lloyd
14018 [228]' Pedigree of the family of Ffoules of Eriviat in the Parish of Henllan in the County of Denbigh
14144 104324 Item 9 Contains handwritten pedigrees for various families in Pembrokeshire including the Laugharn, Wogan, Hawkwell, Picton, Bowen, Barlow, and other families.
14172 104354 Item 2 Contains genealogical notes (pedigrees, birth dates, etc.), copies of letters, newspaper clippings (including short biographies of Welsh Unitarian ministers) and misc. notes on Unitarian Church related matters, etc.
14180 [229]' Davis genealogical records 1721 to 1847
14338 [230]' Genealogical data about the Hughes family between 1801 and 1847.
14597 [231]' The Umfrevilles : their ancestors and descendants
14646 [232]' The Jeffreys family of Wales from many generations before the 11th century to the 19th century.
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14689 104407 Item 3 A family history of the Lloyd family of Stockton Manor, Chirbury, Shropshire, beginning with Brochwel Ysgithrog, King of Powys.
14712 [233]' Notes and pedigrees of the Matthew family
14877 [234]' Pedigree of the O'Brien family
14878 104302 Item 3 Descendants of Bartholomew Hall (died 1742) and his two wives. Most descendants lived in Wales, Cornwall and some went to Jamaica.
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15758E 250397 Manuscripts of genealogical value in the National Library of Wales
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18442E 827867 Item 7 Pedigrees of the Musgrave and Pugh family, covering areas in counties Cardigan and Carmarthen and other parts of Wales
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Miscellaneous Welsh and English pedigrees, early to the 19th century
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Miscellaneous Welsh and English pedigrees, early to the 19th century
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Miscellaneous Welsh and English pedigrees, early to the 19th century
18889 827882 Item 4 Pedigree of Timothy and Mary Evans, Esgerfynwent in the parish of Llanfihangel Rhos-y-corn, Carmarthen County.
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19305E 829066 Item 2 Miscellaneous Welsh pedigrees and notes. Includes Eames, Tudor, Ephraim, Owen and Stokes families of Wales. Text in Welsh and English.
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