This collection consists of deeds and other documents including wills and marriage settlements relating to property in Anglesey, Caernarfonshire and Merionethshire. Material relates to transactions undertaken by various families including: the Wynne, Jones and Wynne Jones families of Treiorwerth, Anglesey; the Owen, Griffith and Nannau families of Caernarfonshire and the Anwyll, Lloyd and Meyrick families of Merionethshire.
Treiorwerth, Bodedern Papers
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- ReferenceGB 222 BMSS TREI
- Dates of Creation1629 -1883
- Name of Creator
- Language of MaterialEnglish
- Physical Description21 items
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Administrative / Biographical History
Mr S. Ll. Prothero, of Messrs S.R. Dew and Prothero, Solicitors, Valley and Holyhead, Anglesey, deposited this collection which he inherited on buying Treiorwerth at Bodedern, Anglesey. The Wynne Jones family had owned Treiorwerth previously and Mr Prothero bought it from Margaret Wynne Jones, only sister of Lieutenant Morys Wynne Jones (1887-1914). Lieutenant Wynne Jones was born at Caernarfon and was the first Gwynedd man to be killed in the First World War. His father John William Wynne Jones (1849-1928) was Rector of Caernarfon town; his mother Jessie Francis Bruce was the daughter of the first Lord Aberdare. Mr Prothero later sold the house to move to London where he was registrar of a bankruptcy court. Treiorwerth is now part of the Bodorgan Estate.
Material is arranged according to location and incorporated into the General Collection of Bangor Manuscripts .
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Deposited by Mr. S. Ll. Prothero, Treiorwerth, Bodedern, Anglesey, June 1967
Description compiled by Anne Lenaghan, October 2001
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Item level word-processed list is available at the Archives Department of the University of Wales, Bangor. Reference numbers: General Collection of Bangor Manuscripts: 17588-17618
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