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.
Williams and Tweedy MSS
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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.
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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.
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