38 Jan. 13 LETTER: Nora, Mona, Bodffordd to [her brother] Howe re the sale of the old chapel in Brynsiencyn.
38 Jan. 25 LETTER: Nora, Mona, Bodffordd to Howe re the sale of the old chapel in Brynsiencyn.
1946 Feb. 6 LETTER: J. R., and Nora to Howe, re properties in Brynsiencyn.
Appended: 1946 Feb. 9 SKETCH: Location of the congregational church; ruins of 2 cottages; Bryn Eithen, the boundary with the land of Lord Boston; location of a well; Cae Bull Mawr garden and Clawdd Parc. Mentions old Glynn Jones solicitor who is 96, Dr Mary Davies' brother in law. Will he ask Eunice whether she can get Seville Oranges?
1946 Feb. 14 LETTER: J. R., Mona, to Howe enclosing a cheque.
Endorsed: DRAFT LETTER: J. R. to Messrs Laurie and Co., 24 Church Street, Llangefni can they deliver to him at Mona the documents relating to the Brynsiencyn properties and also documents belonging to the estates of Hugh Jones and Ellen his wife of Bodfeirig and John Roberts Jones.
1947 Dec. 17 LETTER: S. R. Dew & Jones to J. R. Williams re Glangors.
1947 Dec. 18 LETTER: J. R., Mona to Howe re. Glangors.
Endorsed: REPLY: Howe to J. R.
[c. 1947] SHEETS re a piece of land behind the Congregational Church, Bryn, a widow who has offered £80 to buy Pen y Bonc, and Brynllethrog, Bryn.