Flintshire papers,

Scope and Content

Papers and plans relating to the building of a church and a school at Holywell, with many letters to David Pennant from Morris Williams ('Nicander'), Sir Stephen R. Glynne, Edward Jones (agent to the Downing estate), Henry Parry (Llanasa), and others; drawings and estimates for a stained-glass window and a monument in Whitford church, 1829, and papers relating to re-flagging and re-pewing the church; Holywell Poor Law Union papers, including lists of persons to whom free issues of broth, coal, etc., were made; etc.


Formerly known as Pennant 70.

Preferred citation: NLW MS 2590E.

Other Finding Aids

The contents of NLW MSS 328-4279 are indexed in greater detail in Handlist of Manuscripts in the National Library of Wales, vol. 1 (Aberystwyth, 1943).

Related Material

For further papers, 1864-1865, relating to Holywell Poor Law Union, see NLW MS 6293E.

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