Williams and Tweedy MSS

Scope and Content

Deeds and other records, 1403-1937, relating to properties in Monmouthshire, 1403-1937, including Monmouth, 1424, 1523, 1628-1937, Llanbadoc, 1587-1884, Grosmont, 1660-1879, Llangattock-Vibon-Avel, 1536-1909, Llantillio Crossenny, 1518-1876, Skenfrith, 1534-1871, and Trellech, 1715-1891; Brecknockshire, 1570-1870, including Brecon, 1657-1870, Hay, 1720-1873, St Davids, 1707-1870, and Talgarth, 1619-1842; Carmarthenshire, 1632, 1760-1906; Glamorgan, 1651, 1745-1895; Gloucestershire, 1674-1884; Herefordshire, 1507-1906; Leicestershire, 1686-1694; Middlesex, 1600, 1754-1902; Pembrokeshire, 1750-1853; Radnorshire, 1557-1873; Shropshire, 1607-1871; Somerset, 1666-1871; Sussex, 1690-1821; Worcestershire, 1609-1801; and elsewhere in Wales and England, 1584-1873; land tax assessments relating to various parishes in Monmouthshire, 1884-1929.

Administrative / Biographical History

Messrs W. C. A. Williams and Tweedy (later Williams, Son, Pryce and Tweedy) was a firm of solicitors based in Monmouth, Monmouthshire, in the early to mid 20th century. In the course of their work they accumulated deeds and other papers relating to their clients.


Arranged alphabetically according to parish or county.

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Compiled by Rhys Jones for the ANW project. The following sources were used in the compilation of this description: Gwent Record Office, Documents deposited by Messrs Williams, Son, Pryce and Tweedy, Solicitors, Monmouth, catalogue (IV volumes); Monmouthshire Record Office, Guide to the Monmouthshire Record Office (Monmouthshire Record Office, 1959); The Times, 9 September 1926, p. 24.

Other Finding Aids

Hard copies of the catalogue are available at Gwent Record Office.

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