George Steward Documents

Scope and Content


Deeds and documents relating to the following properties in Anglesey:

  • Penbryn issa in the parish of Llanallgo. Parties involved: Thomas Williams and Richard Hughes (1766)
  • Llain y storws Yn glan y mor at Moelfre in Llanallgo. Parties: Richard Hughes and David William (1788)
  • Cae'r-coed and Tyddyn y gors in parish of Llandegfan. Parties: Owen Williams and John Price (1810)
  • Gallt y Crippil, Penbryn Issa in Llanallgo. Parties: William Hughes and William Jones (1813)
  • Property at Old Post Road, Bodffordd in parish of Heneglwys. Parties: William Williams and William Jones (1858)
  • Llain Moelfro in Llanallgo. Parties: William Williams and William Hughes (1868)
  • Report and valuation of Pen y bont, Red Wharf Bay, by William E. Jones, Surveyor and Valuer (1908)
  • Gafrogwy-fach in the parish of Llangwyllog. Party involved: Richard Hugh Williams (1921)
  • Steuben, Tyddyn Labut and Ty Talcen and New York in Heneglwys, 2 items. Parties involved: London Joint City and Midland Bank Ltd, Owen Jones and John Stewart Laurie (1921)
  • Land formerly part of farm called Gwynhinger in parish of Llanbedr-goch. Parties involved: Winifred Jessie Mills, John Stewart Laurie and Harry Smith Fairhurst (1923)
  • Property at Traeth Bychan Quarry. Parties involved Walter Church Hopwood, Robert Gardner and the Anglesey Stone Company Ltd. (1924)

Also includes:

  • Bound volume: The Illustrated London News, January 6 - June 30, 1849. It contains prints and descriptions of the Britannia Bridge, pp 24-26, 440-442
  • Composite volume containing documents relating to the Welsh Granite Company and its quarries at Trefor, Nefyn and Pistyll in Caernarfonshire, 1864-1911

Administrative / Biographical History

George Steward of Maesgeirchan, Bangor, carried out house clearance work in the north Wales area. During the 1980's and early 1990's he brought documents to the archives department, which he acquired from derelict buildings, that were otherwise destined for the rubbish dump.


Material is arranged in chronological order and incorporated into the General Collection of Bangor Manuscripts .

Conditions Governing Access

Open to all users

Acquisition Information

George Steward


Description compiled by Anne Lenaghan, May 2002.

Other Finding Aids

Item level word-processed list is available at the Archives Department, University of Wales, Bangor. Reference numbers: General Collection of Bangor Manuscripts: 33807-33818, f 33961, 36015

Conditions Governing Use

Usual copyright conditions apply. Reprographics are made at the discretion of the Archivist.


Illustrated London News, January 6 - June 30, 1849