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Documents relating to Tynyporth and other properties in Lledrod.
Receipt to Mr Morgan Morgan of Navy Hall for the use of Mr David Felix the sum of five pounds and ten shillings for one year's rent due to him last Michaelmas for the great and small tithes of the premises of Navy Hall and also one penny as modus for the tithe of hay. Signed Morgan Felix, and Philip Hughes Ty Mawr.
30 December 1808
Receipt to Morgan David of Bwlchygoifron for the use of Mr David Felix one pound and thirteen shillings and eleven pence in full for one year's rent due to him since last Michaelmas for the great and small tithes doe Bwlchygoifron, and also one penny as modus for the hay tithe. Signed Morgan Felix, and Philip Hughes, Ty Mawr.
30 December 1808
Receipt to Mr. M. Morgans of Navy Hall the sum of five pounds ten shillings allowed in property tax &c. being composition money for the great and small tithes of Navy Hall due Michaelmas last. One penny as modus for tithes of hay. Signed David Felix.
2 January 1810
Receipt to Thomas Williams from D.J.Jenkins and John Hughes, Commissioners for eleven pounds being the consideration money for 'an encroaching' on a common called Rhosywlad in Lledrod, and selling the same to Thomas Williams by virtue of an Act of Parliament for inclosing lands in the parish of Gwnnws etc. 55.Geo.III and in the Township of Mevenydd.
10 March 1819
Receipt to David Morgans for £4.18.0 being composition for and in lieu of tithes and modus for the farm of Foesgoy due to Phillip Hughes. Signed Lewis Morris for Phillip Hughes .
7 March 1820
Receipt to Morgan Morgans of Garegwen [sic] for the use of Mr David Felix the sum of four pounds one shilling and eleven pence in full for one year's rent due to him since last Michaelmas for the Great and Small tithes of the premises of Garegwen and Bwlchygoifron and one penny as modus for Tithe of Hay. Signed Philip Hughes.
11 March 1820
Letter from John Wilkin, Receiver General of Crown Rents for Wales at the Office of Woods and Forests to John Jones, Tynyporth, Lledrod, [ but also bearing the name William Owens] in response to an enquiry about the collection of Quit Rents due from certain of the King's Tenants and recommending him to contact Mr William Jones, solicitor at Aberystwyth to effect this, and warning him he will be personally liable if the sums are not collected.
13 September 1830
Letter from John Wilkin, Receiver General of Crown Rents for Wales at the Office of Woods and Forests to William Owen of Ty Isa, Lledrod demanding £59.13.8 from him following his failure to collect of sums due from Tenants of the Crown, following his appointment at the Court Leet and reprimanding him for failing to follow directions which 'might have saved yourself the inconvenience and expence which you will now incur'.
26 November 1831
'Cylch Ac Amserau' [Circuit and Times] of the locations of annual and quarterly meetings agreed by the Calvinist Organizers at a meeting in Penybont ar Ogwr in Glamorgan 2 April 1834, quarterly and annual meetings for the years 1835, 1836 and 1837. Printed by M. Jones, Carmarthen. Handwritten accounts on the reverse.
Receipt to Mr John Jones of Tynporth in respect of Tithe payments of one pound on the farm of Waunhelig and six shillings on Tynporth together with one penny modus in lieu of hay tithe for the said farm to the estate of the late Rev. David Felix. Signed Morgan Felix.
11 March 1836
Receipt for Morgan Morgan of Garregwen and Bwlchygeufron for four pounds and four shillings being tithes due for the said farms at Michaelmas last to the executors of the late Rev. David Felix. Signed Morgan Felix.
11 March 1836
Receipt for Morgan Morgan of Garregwen and Bwlchygeufron for four pounds and two shillings being tithes due for the said farms at Michaelmas last to the executors of the late Rev. David Felix. Morgan Felix.
14 March 1837
Receipt to David Morgan of Foesgoy for the use of Mrs Felix the sum of five pounds and ten shillings for the great and small tithes and also a penny as modus for hay tithes. Morgan Felix.
27 March 1837
Hastily transcribed copy of an Indenture originally of 22 April 1768 between David John of the parish of Rhosdie, Gentleman, David Williams of the parish of Lledrod, and John Williams of the parish of St George Hanover Square. Whereby in consideration of £115.13.0 to the said David John by the said John Williams and also in consideration of the further sum of £84.7.0 to the said David Williams by John Williams the said David John and David Williams transferred to John Williams the farm of Henbant by way of mortgage. A footnote reads 'I acknowledge that the above deed was this day left in my possession' John Parry.
9 August 1838
Churchwardens Returns 1839. An uncompleted printed pro-forma of church wardens expenses for the parish of Llanfihangel Llethr Troed [Lledrod] with a request by John Russell, Secretary of State for the Home Department for its completion.
Receipt to John Davies Tynyporth for the sum of 9d. being the half yearly instalment of the Land Tax for the Crown [due 20 September 1843] upon Waunhelig by me John Jones, Collector of Taxes for Lledrod Issa.
5 October 1843
Demand for £0.10.7 from John W. Rees, valuer of Penygarreg to John Jones of Tynyporth, Lledrod in respect of Tithe Rent charges. Also used as a receipt. The money to be collected at the inn the King's Arms in the village of Lledrod on 21 May 1846.
8 May 1846
Receipts for rent charges in lieu of tithes for Tynyporth and Talwrn Glas Isa. Various dates 1848-1898.
Pro forma concerning the payment of Crown Rent in the Lordship of Myfenydd addressed to John Davies of Tynyporth and requesting payment of £0.4.0 in lieu of fourteen years' rent. Signed Lewis G Pugh for Lewis Pugh.
10 June 1859
Notebook (with part of printed Almanac for 1863) used to record sales of barley and pilcorn [oats], or possibly the cost of having them ground at the mill. 'Daniel Griffiths, Lledrod Mill', struck through and replaced by 'Richard Davies, Tynporth, Lledrod Mill Account'. Several of the early pages have been removed. The remaining pages give the name of the client, quantities of barley and pilcorn and the cost.
1863 an/or later
Envelope addressed to Richard Davies of Tynporth, Lledrod, Cardigan Shire, Great Brittain (sic), postmarked Carmarthen 12 October 1867 and bearing the words 'paid 24 cents' containing a thin plait of black hair wrapped in cloth, three letters to Richard from his brother-in-law, and an address in Welsh ' for your sister and brother-in-law' Daniel T. Jones, Oak Hill Post Office, Jackson County, Ohio, United States of America.
MUS/496/21/1. The envelope, as described above.
MUS/496/21/2. Letter, in Welsh, almost certainly from Daniel Jones to Richard Davies, his brother [-in-law]. Says he has no real news because he doesn't know anyone; mentions other Welsh immigrants from Cardiganshire but they are all far away; describes the country: no ditches or hedges, fences instead. Wood is plentiful but expensive as it is used for everything inc. house-building, and price also reflects the much longer distances involved in transporting it, but coal is cheap; mentions the weather; sends regards to and asks news of friends and neighbours in the old country. Last page(s) missing so no signature, and handwriting appears different from later letters signed by Daniel Jones; perhaps he had someone else write them.
17 November 1865
MUS/496/21/3. Letter, in Welsh, from Daniel Jones to Richard Davies, informing him of the death of his wife Jane a few days after giving birth to a daughter. Jane was buried next to the baby girl they had lost before, in the Calvinistic Methodist cemetery in Oak Hill; the new baby is in the care of Daniel's sister-in-law, the wife of his brother John; she was named Mary Catherine (name used in the late Jane's Lewis family). 'I don't know what to say nor what to do. All my plans have been thrown into disarray'.
28 September 1867
MUS/496/21/4. Letter from Daniel Jones to Richard Davies. More bad news: Mary Catherine, his baby daughter, has died.
21 Oct 1867
MUS/496/21/5. Thin plait of dark hair wrapped in cloth.
Receipt to Mr Richard Davies from Thomas Jones, Ropemaker, Sailmaker and Ship Chandler of Ropewalk Aberystwyth for wood.
23 October 1871
Prospectus for the Commercial and Grammar School, Queen's Square House, Queen's Road, Aberystwyth, Head Teacher Thomas Owens C.M.
Receipt to Mr W. Herbert Davies for £12.7.7 from St. David's College Lampeter for expenses for Michaelmas term 1896.
Receipt to Mrs Davies for flour purchased from D. Morgan of Paddington Store, Bronant with advertising letterhead for 'Dwyryd Tea, Delicious, Direct from the Gardens'
Label from a pack of 'Kwoffit' concentrated malt extract and hops for homebrew stout, produced by Itona Products Ltd. Bardon Chambers, Leeds
No date but pre-1963 when the need to license home brews above 2% was abandoned.
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