Deeds and related papers collected by Evans and Evill, Solicitors, 1632-1937, including papers relating to land in the parishes of Abergavenny, 1799; Bishton, 1784-1827; Caerleon, 1793-1820; Caerwent, 1791-1865; Caldicot, 1734-1857; Cemais, 1803-1838; Chapel Hill, 1793-1917; Chepstow, 1672-1901; Christchurch, 1796-1844; Cilgwrrwg, 1785-1838; Crick, 1818-1829; Cwmcarvan, 1785-1806; Goldcliff, 1769-1818; Grosmont, 1705-1786; Ifton, 1759-1921; Langstone, 1838; Llanbadog, 1824; Llandenny, 1789; Llanfair Discoed, 1767-1855; Llandogo, 1786-1846; Llanfihangel Rogiet, 1813; Llanfihangel Tor y Mynydd, 1816-1817; Llanfihangel Troddi; 1816-1899; Llangofen, 1780-1785; Llangwm, 1667-1902; ; Llangybi, 1866-1892; Llanover, 1813; Llantarnam, 1817; Llantilio Crossenny; 1786; Llantrisant, 1791-1853; Llanvaches, 1793-1853; ; Machen, 1859; Magor, 1632-1881; Mathern, 1773-1928; Monmouth, 1704-1882; Mounton, 1719-1857; Nash, 1813-1819; Newchurch, 1780-1840; Newport, 1826-1834; Panteg, 1794-1803; Penallt, 1785-1812; Penhow, 1831-1845; Penrhos, 1814-1826; Penterry, 1743-1821; Portskewett, 1797-1921; Porthcaseg, 1788-1807; Raglan, 1797-1891; Redwick, 1655-1902; Rockfield, 1830-1840; Rogiet, 1767; St Arvans, 1752-1914; St Brides Netherwent; 1709-1835; St Pierre, 1785-1825; Shirenewton, 1767-1901; Sudbrook, 1837-1844; Tintern, 1786-1935; Tregare, 1758-1826; Tryleg, 1755-1842; Trevethin, 1835-1877; Undy, 1790-1842; Usk, 1759-1877; Whitson, 1774-1818; Wilcrick, 1800; Wolvesnewton, 1806-1833; records of Chepstow Parish meetings, 1790-1937; Chepstow Petty Sessions records, 1801-1873; records relating to Chepstow Bridge, 1811-1840; Chepstow Turnpike Trust records, 1760-1866; Chepstow manorial records, 1825-1838; Chepstow Coroner's records, 1790-1865; Chepstow Gas Works records, 1824-1864; Chepstow Water Works, 1825-1843; records relating to Chepstow Market, 1829-1835; Chepstow Church records, 1792-1844; Beaufort Arms Hotel records, 1814-1929;Chepstow Hunt records, 1804-1906; Chepstow Fishery records, 1801-1833; Chepstow business records, 1786-1851; Chepstow shipping records, 1784-1826; Chepstow apprenticeship records, 1798-1828; Chepstow Volunteers records, 1807-1918; personal papers of James Evans, 1784-1864; miscellaneous papers, 1759-1921.
Documents deposited by Messrs Evans & Evill, Solicitors, Chepstow
Scope and Content
Administrative / Biographical History
Evans and Evill was a firm of solicitors based in Chepstow, Gwent. They collected deeds and papers relating to lands in Monmouthshire. James Evans (fl.1797-1862) and Thomas Evans (fl. 1842-1862) of Chepstow were solicitors during the mid 19th century.
Arranged into the following: Abergavenny; Bishton; Caerleon; Caerwent; Caldicot; Chapel Hill; Chepstow; Christchurch; Crick; Cwmcarvon; Goldcliff, Grosmont, Gwehelog; Ifton; Kemeys Inferior; Kilgwrrwg; Langstone; Llanbaddock; Llandenny; Llandogo; Llangibby; Llangovan; Llangwm; Llanover; Llanfair Discoed, Llantarnam; Llantillio Crossenny; Llantrisant; Llanvaches; Llanvihangel Rogiet; Llanvihangel Torry Mynydd; Magor; Machen; Mathern; Michaeltroy; Monmouth; Mounton; Nash; Newchurch East and West; Newport; Panteg; Penalt; Penhow; Penrose; Penterry; Portskewett; Portcasseg; Raglan; Redwick; Rockfield; Rogiet; St Arvans; St Brides; St Pierre; Shirenewton; Sudbrook; Tintern; Tregare; Trelech; Trevethin; Undy; Usk; Whitson; Willcrick; Wolvesnewton; Miscellaneous.
Conditions Governing Access
Deposited by Messrs Evans and Evill, solicitors, Chepstow, Gwent.
Compiled by Richard Burman for the ANW project. The following source was used to compile this description: Gwent Record Office, Documents deposited by Messrs Evans & Evill, solicitors, Chepstow, catalogue.
Other Finding Aids
Hard copies of the catalogue are available in Gwent Record Office, the National Library of Wales and the National Register of Archives.
Conditions Governing Use
Usual copyright regulations apply.
All records deposited at Gwent Record Office have been retained.
Accruals are not expected