FILE: Notes on the history of Llandudno

Scope and Content

Includes copies of undated plans of late 19th and early 20th centuries illustrating urban development. Topics include: the Inclosure Act of 1843; Llys Madoc Field (Cae Llys Madoc); the Order of Exchange of 1858; Holy Trinity Church; transcript of will of Elizabeth Williams of Tyn y Coed, 1785; transcript of a Release of 1765 re Tyn y Coed; historical notes re Tyn y Coed Estate including plan from conveyance of 1862; extracts from a sale catalogue of 1889 re the estate of Joseph Evans of Haydock, including Bodhyfryd and other properties in Llandudno; part transcripts of deeds of title re Ty Coch; part transcript of a lease 1854 in which the Bishop of Bangor leased his Llandudno estate to the Mostyn Family; details re sale of Y Wyddfyd in 1891; particulars of a terrier of the tithes of Llandudno, 1776; details of the sale of the Deganwy Estate in 1892; information about the Llandudno Permanent Benefit Building Society; information about Llandudno's Boy Scout Association; transcript of a newspaper article about Deganwy's Royal Charter; copy of the will of Rowland Owen of Dolpirin, pa, Llanbedr, 1803; copy of the will of Daniel Hughes of Tyddyn Isa, pa, Llanbedr, 1843; notes about Caerhun Roman fort.