Papers collected by Pembrokeshire Museums Service, 1639-1957, including telegraph almanacks, 1900-1957; Brigstockes' Yearbook, 1904-1907; papers relating to William Samuel Lloyd, 1757-[c.1880]; deeds relating to Hendre Uchaf and Isaf, Llandeloy, 1762-1789; deeds relating to Fishguard, 1804-1812; papers relating to the Rev. William Morris Lewis, 1880-[c. 1905]; papers relating to William Morris, mariner, of Fishguard, 1832-1839; and miscellaneous papers, 1639-1956.
Pembrokeshire Museums Service Papers
- This material is held at
- ReferenceGB 213 D/MUS
- Dates of Creation1639-1957
- Name of Creator
- Language of MaterialEnglish
- Physical Description(Information to be supplied) Concordance and Holy Bible are in very poor condition
Scope and Content
Administrative / Biographical History
Pembrokeshire Museums Service accumulated papers relating to Twyllwyd and Llandeloy. William Samuel Lloyd ([c. 1798]-1873), lived at Tyllwyd, Llandeloy, Pembrokeshire, and later Longhouse, near Trefin, Mathry, Pembrokeshire; William Morris Lewis (1839-1917), minister, Treffynnon Calvinistic Methodist Church, Llandeloy, married Letitia Maria Lloyd, daughter of William Samuel Lloyd in 1859. They lived at Twyllwyd. In 1867, Lloyd presented a site at Treffynnon, nearby, for a new chapel. The Service also collected some papers of William Morris (d. 1847), mariner, of Fishguard, Pembrokeshire, as well as printed books, directories and other materials.
Arranged into the following: Telegraph almanacks; Brigstocke's Yearbooks; Papers relating to William Samuel Lloyd; Deeds relating to Hendre Uchaf and Isaf, Llandeloy; Deeds relating to Fishguard; Papers relating to Rev. William Morris Lewis; Papers relating to William Morris, mariner of Fishguard; Other papers; and Concordance and Holy Bible.
Telegraph almanacks and Brigstocke's Yearbooks deposited by David Moore, Castle Museum, Haverfordwest, Dyfed, 1992; David Moore, Pembrokeshire Museum, 1992; Concordance and Holy Bible deposited by Mark Thomas, County Museums Officer, Pembrokeshire Museum, Scolton, Pembrokeshire.
Compiled by Richard Burman for the ANW project. The following source was used to compile this description: Pembrokeshire Record Office, Papers from Pembrokeshire Museums Service, catalogue.
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