Photocopies of papers relative to the attempts of the landowners and inhabitants of Denbighshire and Flintshire to secure relief from the duty imposed on the importation of coal on the Flintshire side of the River Rhuddlan.
Kenyon Papers relating to coal importation
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- ReferenceGB 222 BMSS KEN
- Dates of Creation20th century [copies of originals dating from 1786-1793]
- Name of Creator
- Language of MaterialEnglish.
- Physical Description12 items
Scope and Content
Administrative / Biographical History
Lloyd Kenyon was created Baron Kenyon of Gredington in the county of Flint in 1788. He was born in 1732, became chief justice of Chester in 1780 and later became master of the rolls. From his marriage to Mary, daughter of George Kenyon Peel, he had three sons.
An MA thesis by Kenneth Lloyd Gruffydd 1981 provides a history of coal mining in Flintshire, The development of the coal industry in Flintshire to 1740, 1981.
Items incorporated into the General Collection of Bangor Manuscripts
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Description compiled by Elen Wyn Hughes, November 2002.
Other Finding Aids
An item level typescript catalogue is available at the Archives Department of the University of Wales Bangor. Reference numbers : General Collection of Bangor Manuscripts 8721-8732
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Usual copyright conditions apply. Reprographics are made at the discretion of the Archivist.
According to the catalogue, the original papers are in the possession of the Rt. Hon. Lord Kenyon of Gredington.