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Passmore Collection


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This Collection is made available as it was at the time of Deposit. It has not as of yet undergone archival cataloguing and accuracy in description or numbering cannot be guaranteed.


Mrs. Passmore's manuscripts, research notes, cuttings and photographs of the New Quay area and coastline.

BOX 1

1. Correspondence and photographs relating to the Second World War, some used in One Village’s War. Photographs are modern b/w reproductions.
1939-1945

2. Typescript of Bishop’s Transcripts Llanllwchaearn parish
1674-1702
With Family History notes on Davies, Thomas and Jones family of New Quay in 18th and 19th century

3. Photographs of New Quay and area, mounted and captioned and not used in Farmers and Figureheads.

4. Folder entitled “Ships, schools, shop - Manchester House.N.Q.” containing mostly cuttings, typed notes, photographs and photocopies concerning New Quay and area shipping.

5. Correspondence concerning New Quay
Mostly 1980s

6. Folder entitled “Accounts of sale of effects of Mrs. Thomas Excel” 1898 in New Quay. With extracts from 1881 census and an extract from “The Bioscope” on the filming of “Torn Sails” by Allen Raine.


BOX 2

7. Folder “Spare photos unused for One Village’s War and War Memorials: Mafeking and the Spanish Civil war.” With text.

8. Folder “Final selections of illustrations Farmers and Figureheads”. Mounted and captioned photographs.

9. Folder “Unused photos Farmers and Figureheads”.

10. Letters of Emma Moreau of Brussels, wartime resistance heroine, who was a friend of Mrs. Passmore, and who died in 1990. She was associated for many years with New Quay where she was a refugee in the first World War.
These documents have been placed under a 30 year closure at the wish of Mrs. Passmore, and will therefore be available in 2020.


BOX 3

11. 7 files containing cuttings and ephemera of general Welsh interest (E-M). These were collected by Mrs. Passmore and her family.


BOX 4

12. Notes and photographs from New Quay and the Great War: photographs mounted and captioned.

13. Photocopies - mostly newspaper cuttings of articles on “New Quay in Days of Old” by “ap Cei Newydd”.

14. Four files (P-W) - alphabetical files of mainly New Quay but some Cardiganshire information.

15. Typescript version of Farmers and Figureheads. A note on the front of the file reads “N.B. There were at least 3 major rewritings of F & F. The first draft (extensively also) was thematic and ran to 300 pages as they proved too long for Gwasg Gomer who commissioned it and had asked for “a big book!” it was then rewritten chronologically in 3 parts (1) Early history (2) 19th century and early 20th century (3) the wars  - in the hope it cd. be published separately. In the end Dyfed Cultural Services printed the middle section incorporating a little of Part 1. I published One Village’s War and New Quay and the Great War published by Ceredigion Museum. 


BOX 5

16. General Wales Information Files A-D (4 files) containing press cuttings, magazine articles and ephemera on Welsh subjects of interest.


BOX 6

17. Alphabetical files of information, mostly on New Quay but some on Cardiganshire (5 files - J-O).

18. File entitled “A very interesting collection of materials made when compiling Farmers and Figureheads. Includes many letters from people plus Penwig family tree. List of vanished cottages; agreement of letting; Harbour Tolls; 1884 original bibliography before book cut; some of E.B. Davies’ collection of newspaper articles; article on carriers and travel; original list of illustrations & Old Poor Law - photocopy and Llanarth notes”.


BOX 7

19. General Wales Information Files (N-


BOX 8

20. Box file containing newspaper clippings; “Tracing Medieval Ancestors” (published in Gwynedd Roots ) by S.C. Passmore 1995; useful information including annual reports and topic lists for some Welsh Record Offices.


BOX 9

21. Notebooks by S.C.P. on various local history subjects of interest; photographs of Lilwen Lewis, Francis St. New Quay; photographs of 2 New Quay smithies; yearbook of Maenygroes Independent chapel 1928; script of “radio talk on Family History” (n.d.); newspaper cuttings; reminiscences of S.C.P.’s uncle Mr. Wilcox Jones and aunt Phyllis Cosmo Jones; notes and correspondence re: women in the first world war; photocopied extracts on the history of Cardiganshire; typescript article on “The Rev. John Pugh, Motygido, Llannarth (1690-1763) and his school”; notes on the 1670 Hearth Tax of Llanllwchaearn and some wills of the same period; Dyfed marriage indices (1813-1837) Lower Ilar and Moyddin Hundred; notes on Christmas and New Year in late 19th-early 20th century New Quay; microfiche of monumental inscriptions in St. Llwchaiarn church; and other notes of a local and historical nature.


BOX 10

22. Folder “Copies of important deeds relating to Neuadd Land at New Quay”. Contains wills, title deeds, covenants and other legal documents. Reference to other documents in Green [?] portfolio: deeds relating to Lewis Terrace and Neuadd; also Harbour Shore Certificates and Bills of Sale of Ships. Some handwritten notes on The Evanses of Benwy[?].

23. Box file of papers from the Dyfed Family History Society. Includes correspondence; several items relating to Dill Jones, jazz pianist, died 1984; research relating to Mrs Mair Gelder; newspaper cuttings; incomplete but extensive copies of histories of the area; original version of Mrs Passmore’s Ceredigion article “New Quay at the time of the 1851 Census”; maps; photographs and facsimiles of historical documents and artefacts, including Court Rolls; centenary booklet (1865-1965) of Llanllwchaiarn Parish Church (somewhat damaged); many notes from various sources.


BOX 11

24. Folder entitled “Unused Photos, captioned; also unused War Sections”. Contains: copies of some pages of the Mafeking Mail, 1900; parts of a manuscript of a history of the area, mainly on shipping; pages ii, iv and v of a list of plates, with 40 of the plates themselves, some old, some recently taken photographs.

25. 8 files (A-H) labelled “Alphabetic Files of NQ (and Cards)”. Includes: 
(A): Copy of September 1993 Newsletter of Anchors Head Publications (Cyhoeddiadau Pen-Yr-Angor) with associated correspondence; copy of “Picturesque Aberayron” by Evelyn Lewes - undated, perhaps between the wars.
(C ): Copy of “Dyfed in Photographs - Aberteifi/Cardigan”, 1971; a Census Returns Work Book, 1881.
(H): Typewritten account, “The Voyage of The Harry (1883)” by Phil E Jones, involving a death from Yellow Jack at sea in Brazil.


BOX 12

26. Collection of photographs in an Ilford 8x10 inch photographic box, entitled “Farmers and Figureheads Prints - most used in F&F or WW1 and WWII”. Mostly recent prints from negatives dating from the periods of WWI and WWII. There are some negatives.
26/1. VADs WW1
26/2. VADs WW1
26/3. Shooting Party Llanina
26/4. Miss May Phillips - Leading participant 1904 revival and mother of the Thomas family in One Village’s War - New Quay 1939-1945 (OVW)
26/5. Misses Maud Davies and Florrie Evans - participants 1904 revival
26/6. Mrs Brooks, photographer’s wife, studio, George Street
26/7. Mrs Brooks, photographer’s wife, studio, George Street
26/8. Mrs Brooks, photographer’s wife, studio, George Street
26/9. 8 colour photographs featuring: Llanina Church; Cefngyddil Farm; Fforchcwm Cross Inn; and Lilwen Lewis’s painting of Penrhiw Pystyll NQ. Plus 1 negative, probably of the farm. 
26/10. Reading the proclamation of King George V at NQ
26/11. Reading the proclamation of King George V at NQ
26/12. GWR bus at NQ
26/13. A Ieuan ‘Adpar’ poster for a local do
26/14. Landgirls incl Eleanor Thomas – WWII (and smaller copy)
26/15. Landgirls incl Eleanor Thomas - WWII
26/16. POW castle WWI
26/17. Interiors of castle
26/18. Dai Davies and sister Peggy - OWV
26/19. Phillips family - WWII - OVW
26/20. Phillips family - WWII - OVW
26/21. Future Wing Co Ira “Taffy” Jones being decorated by George V
26/22. Mrs John Roberts’ sewing school - F&F
26/23. Standard IV NQ School Luly 1913: Miss Jenkins; Mr JS Evans; Emlyn, Victoria Place; Cyril Bryneirin; ? Ieuan, Cilcoed; Dai Rees; Dick Jones, Bronwylfa; Jim Emrys; Ifan Tom Williams; Ella, Dolau House; Sallie, P of Wales; Maggie Woodlands; Anne Pulruan; Ruth Jones, Mifa; May, Maggie Brooks; Doris, Glyn Square; ? May, Waun Villa.
26/24. NQ Board School 1903: Mr Lloyd, Headmaster; Sue, Bronwylfa; the rest not identified.
26/25. Standard II NQ School 1903: 
Bessie Gwendolyn Jones
Lena Harries
Harriet, Fountain Hall
Nellie Rees, Morfa House
Meda Jenkins
Mary Morena
Cassie Howells
Magdalen (Aberdare)
Muriel Emrys     
Nana James, Cranogfa
Tudwal Herbert
Owen Wilcox Jones
Brynmor Rees
Alwyn (Emrys)
Melly Davies, Guildhall
Carsey
David Gwilym Jones
Tom Richards
Dai Jones
Delta Thomas
Sarah Williams
Doris Thomas
Lisbourne James
Gwynfor Gwalior
Ithel Jones, Gwynfor
Tom Rees
Evan Jones
D O J Williams (Dai Chicago)
Gilbot Davies
Trevor, Ellen Ann
Tom, Mount Pleasant
John Henry, Cledlyn
Lorrie Davies, Raymond
Maggie Phoebe, Mason Square
Annie, Liverpool Stores
Mr Lloyd
26/26. Drawing from Jack Herbert’s POW diary: “Home but hardly sweet” - OVW
26/27. David Davies, Esgair House - OVW
26/28. Glyn Fowler - OVW
26/29. Glyn Fowler - OVW
26/30. Mrs George Fowler & sons Gwyn & Sydney - New Quay & the Great War (NQ&GW)
26/31. Mrs George Fowler & sons Gwyn & Sydney - New Quay & the Great War (NQ&GW)
26/32. Mrs George Fowler & sons Gwyn & Sydney - New Quay & the Great War (NQ&GW)
26/33. George Fowler’s citation - NQ&GW
26/34. George Fowler - letter home
26/35. George Fowler - killed in France WWI
26/36. Letter regarding George Fowler’s medals
26/37. Letter regarding George Fowler’s medals
26/38. Tom Richards, NQ, died of wounds in France aged 19
26/39. Brigantine Dreadnought of New Quay (NB. Large colour photocopy in BOX 15)
26/40. Brigantine Dreadnought of New Quay
26/41. Brigantine Dreadnought of New Quay
26/42. Beach at Suvla - NQ&GW
26/43. Map of Suvla - NQ&GW
26/44. Mary Odette, star of Torn Sails - filmed partly at NQ
26/45. Still from Torn Sails, 1920
26/46. Still from Torn Sails, 1920
26/47. Still from Torn Sails, 1920
26/48. Another still from Torn Sails
26/49. Another still from Torn Sails
26/50. Envelope containing 9 negatives (5 are views of NQ, 4 are of community life). [In most cases - there are prints of them in this box. Some but not all are used in S.C.P.’s books.]
26/51. Filming Torn Sails at NQ outside the Wellington Inn
26/52. Filming Torn Sails at NQ outside the Wellington Inn
26/53. Capt John James, Resolven
26/54. Capt John James, Resolven
26/55. Schooner Hind of NQ from Nat Maritime Museum Collection, Greenwich
26/56. Schooner Hind of NQ from Nat Maritime Museum Collection, Greenwich
26/57. General view of kiln - Melin Bompren
26/58. Application for Certificate of Competence - Thomas Evans actually of Parc Llwyd near Capel Wig - see Foel family
26/59. Application for Certificate of Competence - Thomas Evans actually of Parc Llwyd near Capel Wig - see Foel family
26/60. List of Testimonials for a candidate for a Master’s Certificate
26/61. List of Testimonials for a candidate for a Master’s Certificate
26/62. Postcard of the brig Hetty Ellen discharging sections of Dr Livingstone’s steamer the Lady Nayssa.
26/63. Larger photograph version of (26/62): her master from NQ - see F&F and 1974-1975 article Ceredigion.
26/64. Brig Alert - colour photograph of painting in possession of Dr Valerie Bowen NQ
26/65. Model of Peggy from Manx Museum
26/66. Schooner Martin in possession of Mr Aneirin Moller
26/67. The Maxwell - Master David Davies MQ - see F&F
26/68. Schooner Marwood of NQ - Commander John Jones (b/w). The colour version was used for front cover of Farmers and Figureheads - see BOX 12, Ilford box 29, item (4).
26/69. Brixham trawlers NQ c.1910
26/70. Brixham trawlers NQ c.1910
26/71. Brixham trawlers NQ c.1910
26/72. The ship Salmonpool - Master John Edward Jones, Bronwylfa, lost WWI - see NQ&GW
26/73. J.E. Jones, Bizerta - see NQ&GW
26/74. The ship Emma Alice, NQ
26/75. Mine washed ashore WWI - Owie Jones, Bronwylfa with x [person unnamed]
26/76. Bill of Sale for the ship Jane & Mary
26/77. Queen’s Hotel NQ and the proprietors Mr & Mrs Davies - F&F
26/78. Alwyn Davies - NQ&GW
26/79. Alwyn Davies - NQ&GW
26/80. Alwyn Davies - NQ&GW
26/81. Penry Davies - NQ&GW
26/82. Penry Davies - NQ&GW
26/83. Memorial card for Rachel Elizabeth Rees
26/84. Memorial card for Rachel Elizabeth Rees
26/85. Map of Penpark relevant to Foel Family History
26/86. Poem The Great War by H. A., 9th North Staffs (Pioneers)
26/87. Arthur Williams Arymor, lost at sea WWI
26/88. Capt Dan Owen (Foel family) lost at sea WWI
26/89. HMS Victorious being refuelled from tanker Carelia - Master Byron Jones NQ - OVW
26/90. Commandos landing D-Day
26/91. Sketch in trenches sent home by Ieuan Adpar NQ - original in possession of Mrs P. Cosmo Jones
26/92. Sketch in trenches sent home by Ieuan Adpar NQ - original in possession of Mrs P. Cosmo Jones

27. Ilford box entitled, “Photographs of New Quay, collected for F&F.”
27/1. The ship Llandilo
27/2. The ship Llandilo
27/3. Capt Byron Jones
27/4. Armlet which belonged to Mrs Richards, Morawel NQ WW1
27/5. Certificate of Efficiency in Gas Training - David Brynle Rees
27/6. The ship Clarris Radcliffe in Canada taken from a newspaper photograph - Capt D.G. Evans
27/7. The ship Clarris Radcliffe in Canada taken from a newspaper photograph - Capt D.G. Evans
27/8. Allen Raine
27/9. A patent slip with steel cradle on an inclined slipway
27/10. A patent slip with steel cradle on an inclined slipway
27/11. NQ Harbour 1909
27/12. NQ Harbour 1909
27/13. Court Roll 1829 - Lordship of Caerwedros
27/14. Caerwedros Court Leet originals 1822
27/15. Continuation of (14) [?]
27/16. Rex Harrison filming The Constant Husband at NQ in 1954
27/17. Rex Harrison filming The Constant Husband at NQ in 1954
27/18. HMS Onslow, Copenhagen 1945 - Aneurin Moller served on her – see (28/18)
27/19. HMS Onslow, Copenhagen 1945 - Aneurin Moller served on her - see (28/18)
27/20. HMS Onslow, Copenhagen 1945 - Aneurin Moller served on her - see (28/18)
27/21. Crowgal, NQ 1970
27/22. Crowgal, NQ 1970
27/23. First Prize Hackney - New Quay Show - 2 year-old
27/24. First Prize Hackney - New Quay Show - 2 year-old
27/25. A cut-out picture of David Peter, Carmarthen
27/26. Photograph of (27/25)
27/27. Watcyn Wyn, composer of “Rwyn gweld o bell”
27/28. Watcyn Wyn, composer of “Rwyn gweld o bell”
27/29. Watcyn Wyn, composer of “Rwyn gweld o bell”
27/30. New Quay Life Boat Crew, 1937
27/31. New Quay Life Boat Crew, 1937
27/32. Wern, New Quay, where Henry VIII slept 1485
27/33. Poem Penillion by Capt. Jenkin Thomas Davies to his wife Nellie while on his last voyage from Cardiff to Buenos Aires
27/34. Shooting match New Quay 24 December 1910
27/35. NQ Amateur Dramatic Society before WWI including Madge Jenkins, Delta and Joan, Llainwen
27/36. Another Drama Soc photograph showing the rector’s sons; also J.G.R. Jones and Delta Thomas
27/37. “Caller Herrin”, a carnival pageant at NQ c.1930 including Maggie Brooks and Sue Jones
27/38. The hunt at NQ including Dr Harry Jones
27/39. David Davies, coal manager and geological expert
27/40. The daughters of Mr Davies the sea captain, New Quay c.1880: Jane, who later married David Davies; Mary; and Ellen, who married David’s friend Evan.
27/41. Tabernacle Chapel
27/42. Glanmor Terrace
27/43. Park Street, New Quay
27/44. Ffair Cei, 1903
27/45. Ffair Cei, 1903
27/46. Ffair Cei, 1903
27/47. Coastguards NQ
27/48. Lewis Terrace including Mrs Mary Ann Jones; her mother; Mrs Davies; and her son and daughter.
27/49. Lewis Terrace including Mrs Mary Ann Jones; her mother; Mrs Davies; and her son and daughter
27/50. The New Quay Institute - playing billiards.
27/51. Roll of Honour, NQ 1939-1945
27/52. Delivery van D.O. Williams & Sons, Penrhiwllan Stores, New Quay
27/53. Delivery van D.O. Williams & Sons, Penrhiwllan Stores, New Quay
27/54. Fforchcwm Cross Inn c.1989
27/55. Capt. Sydney Davies, Nythfa, New Quay
27/56. Capt. Sydney Davies, Nythfa, New Quay
27/57. Capt. Sydney Davies, Nythfa, New Quay
27/58. Capt. Sydney Davies, Nythfa, New Quay
27/59. Wartime Concert NQ, including: Ivor Evans; John Price; Merial Rhyda Rees; her sister Nell as Britannia; Ithela with daffodils.
27/60. Wartime Concert NQ, including: Ivor Evans; John Price; Merial Rhyda Rees; her sister Nell as Britannia; Ithela with daffodils
27/61. “Crossing the Line” before WWII including Capt Sydney Davies, Nythfa
27/62. The ship Garnet Hill
27/63. The ship Garnet Hill
27/64. Christmas card 1940 sent home by Capt Sydney Davies, apparently from POW castle.
27/65. Toll and Due List, New Quay Harbour, n.d.
27/66. Toll and Due List, New Quay Harbour, n.d.
27/67. New Quay football team 1911-1912
27/68. The New Quay Institute - playing billiards.
27/69. Owen (‘Uncle Owie’) Wilcox Jones’s RAMC Company at Oswestry
27/70. Crew of the Garnet Hill including Capt Sydney Davies 1904
27/71. Crew of the Garnet Hill including Capt Sydney Davies 1904
27/72. Map Llanina area - Wern Summer House in ruins
27/73. Elsie Towyn Jones and fiancé Lieut. E.E. Taylor, both in uniform
27/74. Elsie Towyn Jones and fiancé Lieut. E.E. Taylor, both in uniform
27/75. Hiroshima, taken by Capt Byron Jones
27/76. Group of ladies doing the washing
27/77. Old house at Llanina Mansion
27/78. Old house at Llanina Mansion
27/79. Nativity play, NQ c.1969
27/80. Nativity play, NQ c.1969
27/81. Nautical School, NQ - WWII Brynarfo
27/82. Letter from Rear Admiral Fisher on giving up his command – Capt. Byron Jones’s copy - OVW
27/83. J.A. Billmeir’s ship Stanbrook entered Bilbao 23 April 1937
27/84. ‘Carthenni’ patterns - from J. Geraint Jenkins’ book
27/85. Partial copy of Carthenni’ patterns - from J. Geraint Jenkins’ book
27/86. Men smoking hookahs including Capt. D.G. Evans
27/87. Men smoking hookahs including Capt. D.G. Evans

28. Ilford box, entitled “Farmers and Figureheads prints - mostly unused.”
28/1. Trinity House petition of Elizabeth Thomas, 11 May 1801 [Photocopy of original in BOX 15 (37/71)]
28/2.Charles Longcroft
28/3. Page 2 of the Mafeking Mail 5 May 1900. Jonathan Jones was present at the siege.
28/4. Elsie Towyn Jones in WAAC uniform - WWI
28/5. Plate 98: colour photograph of Motygido as it is now (Lark Hill) and Cwm Gido
28/6. Motygido as it is now (Lark Hill) and Cwm Gido in b/w – Rev. John Pugh’s home, Motygido, Llanarth
28/7. Francis Evans, Morfa Gwyn & family
28/8. Richard Passmore at Ropehouse near Frondolau
28/9. Embroidered card sent by George Fowler (qv)
28/10. Visit of Prince Alfred c.1880
28/11. Top of Pengeulan near Queen Street
28/12. Picton Terrace - group of people
28/13. Pandy Gilfachreda
28/14. Church Street
28/15. Owen Davies, smith, Efail Fawr
28/16. Remains of old school top Francis Street
28/17. William Cantrell Ashley sailing lifeboat
28/18. Aneurin Moller, see Onslow WWII (27/18-20)
28/19. Old blacksmith’s forge Penrhiwllan
28/20. Owie Jones Bronwylfa recovering from malaria in Liverpool
28/21. Marine Terrace c.1900 including Eliza Davies (see Bronwylfa) and Byron Jones, small boy
28/22. New Quay bus
28/23. Pageant at the rectory NQ including Kay Phillips, Marine Terrace
28/24. Lower New Quay
28/25. Belgian refugees NQ - NQ&GW
28/26. John Jones’s Sailmakers house, High Terrace
28/27. Application for Certificate of Competency, Master or Mate: David Evans, 18 May 1872
28/28. List of Testimonials, First Going to Sea, 21 May 1872
28/29. 1834 map, New Quay area
28/30. Kitching’s 18th century map, Cardigan Bay (used for front cover of Farmers and Figureheads)
28/31. Capt Henry Evans
28/32. Capt Henry Evans
28/33. US Customs Service Seaman’s Identity Card: the future Dr Harry Jones, Bronwylfa
28/34. New Quay carnival, Henry VIII and wives, including Connie Thomas, Delfryn, Maggie Brooks and Sue Jones
28/35. Victory Parade, Park Street 1919, including David Rees
28/36. Victory Parade, Park Street 1919, different photograph
28/37. Henry Moller (Norwegian) in NQ with family: Aneurin Moller’s grandfather
28/38. Morley Jenkins, killed Dardanelles
28/39. Map of Macedonia, where Owie Jones served
28/40. Map of Macedonia, where Owie Jones served
28/41. Card sent home by Owie Jones
28/42. Transporting wounded, Macedonia, WWI
28/43. The Captain’s wife, Park Hill: Mrs Rees
28/44. The Captain’s wife, Park Hill: Mrs Rees
28/45. Map of the motte at Caerwedros
28/46. Ruhleben prison camp – see WWI
28/47. Barquentine Raymond
28/48. Cartoon, Mistress of the Sea, Punch 24 August 1904
28/49. Basrah, Mesopotamia, Royal Ordnance Depot - see NQ&GW
28/50. List of earliest NQ coastguards 1826
28/51. Cartoon from Jack Herbert’s POW diary (digging a tunnel) - see OVW
28/52. Cartoon from Jack Herbert’s POW diary (digging a tunnel) - see OVW
28/53. Sketch from same diary: SS Stam. Embiricos, sunk Indian Ocean 23 September 1941: there is a colour photograph of the diary at National Library of Wales.
28/54. Cartoon from Jack Herbert’s book: “Hitler, Brauned orf?!”
28/55. Clanmor Terrace & Lifeboat House from the beach
28/56. John Briddon, cinema proprietor NQ
28/57. Adpar family - see F&F
28/58. Shani Pob Man at home with her ‘children’ (chickens)
28/59. Spanish Civil War map drawn by Vicki Passmore
28/60. Map showing Allied shipping losses, 1 August 1942-31 May 1943 [mainly in the Atlantic]
28/61. Capt. Thomas Evans and his grandson
28/62. Siani Bob Man [sic] (Jane Leonard), with chicken
28/63. New Quay’s first horsedrawn hearse
28/64. New Quay c.1890
28/65. New Quay c.1890
28/66. New Quay c.1870
28/67. Women mixing culm - see F&F
28/68. Elizabeth Timothy - see F&F
28/69. James Davies, foreman at Patent Slip, and family, Traethgwyn
28/70. Sketches of local people by Mrs Myra Evans, author of Atgofion Ceinewydd, including members of the Davies, Evans and other families.
28/71. Extracts from Patent Slip accounts
28/72. Extracts from Patent Slip accounts
28/73. Extracts from Patent Slip accounts
28/74. Extracts from Patent Slip accounts
28/75. Extracts from Patent Slip accounts
28/76. Extracts from Patent Slip accounts
28/77. Sylph broadsheet - the schooner Sylph and some verse
28/78. John Jones, sailmaker
28/79. Coastguard hut Pengraig, NQ
28/80. Hill Street
28/81. Auction George Street
28/82. Ship’s carpenter caulking the deck with oakum, from I saw a ship a’sailing
28/83. Ship’s carpenter caulking the deck with oakum, from I saw a ship a’sailing
28/84. An early 19th century shipwright
28/85. The Black Lion donkeycart, Lewis Terrace
28/86. The Black Lion donkeycart, Lewis Terrace
28/87. Cilgynlle Farm by Vicki Passmore - photograph of a sketch
28/88. Cilgynlle Farm by Vicki Passmore - photograph of a sketch, in reverse - matt print
28/89. Sawyers at work 1920s
28/90. Early photograph of quarry NQ
28/91. Early photograph of quarry NQ
28/92. Early photograph of quarry NQ
28/93. Sailmaker’s palm
28/94. The stern of the Peggy, with letter from Manx Museum
28/95. Glyn Bowen the Esgair Moel mill feeding a scribbler carder - cutting from a book
28/96. Allied shipping losses - a cutting, of which (28/60) is a photograph
28/97. A map: Bird’s-eye view of Mafeking
28/98. Melin Bompren - duplicate of item (26/57) in Ilford box 26, BOX 12
28/99. Daniel Beynon’s map 1834: Plan of a proposed pier at New Quay.

29. Ilford box containing photographs and some other documents. Many of the photographs duplicate - or are different versions of - other materials in the Passmore Collection. Some of the photographs of ships carry a reference to Welsh Sail by S.C.P. (under her maiden name S. Campbell-Jones).
29/1. Correspondence between S.C.P. and National Maritime Museum Greenwich (NMM)
29/2. Cutting from Western Mail, 5 September 1887: “The mystery of the Carnedd Llywelyn” by Capt. Bernard Edwards
29/3. Schooner Clarita - see F&F
29/4. Schooner Marwood of NQ: John Jones, Commander (colour photograph of framed painting: used on the front cover of Farmers and Figureheads)
29/5. Iron barque Illimani, built 1875 (probably cut from a greetings card of a painting)
29/6. The Nymph of New Quay: James Thomas, Master - used in Welsh Sail (postcard of a painting)
29/7. Carnedd Llewelyn, lost 1908 (Copyright NMM)
29/8. Schooner Confidence of NQ (small colour photograph of a painting owned by the late Misses James, Lewis Terrace)
29/9. Larger b/w copy of the Schooner Confidence of NQ.
29/10. Large b/w copy of the Schooner Confidence of NQ
29/11. Garnet Hill, Copyright NMM - see OVW
29/12. Madagascar, Copyright NMM
29/13. Madagascar, Copyright NMM
29/14. Madagascar, Copyright NMM
29/15. Madagascar, Copyright NMM
29/16. Madagascar, Copyright NMM
29/17. Utopia - see F&F
29/18. Utopia - see F&F
29/19. Kilmory, copyright NMM - house of this name in Park Street
29/20. HMS Valiant copyright NMM
29/21. Tea clipper Osaka - see F&F
29/22. Tea clipper Osaka - see F&F
29/23. Tea clipper Osaka - see F&F
29/24. Ship John Ewing
29/25. Ship John Ewing
29/26. Ship John Ewing (and 1 smaller copy)
29/27. Brigantine Active - used in Welsh Sail (postcard of a painting)
29/28. Unnamed sailing ship
29/29. The Eaglet (photograph of a painting)
29/30. Front page, Mafeking Mail, 5 May 1990
29/31. Bird’s-eye view of the siege of Mafeking - from Life of Baden Powell
29/32. Coastguards practising at NQ - from Y Gambo
29/33. US Customs Service Seaman’s Identity Card: H.D.G. Jones, 8 May 1918
29/34. Sailmaker’s palm
29/35. Parish chest Llanllwchaiarn Church NQ
29/36. Parish chest Llanllwchaiarn Church NQ
29/37. Parish chest Llanllwchaiarn Church NQ, different angle
29/38. Parish chest Llanllwchaiarn Church NQ, another angle
29/39. Parish chest Llanllwchaiarn Church NQ
29/40. Ancient gravestone Llanllwchaiarn Church
29/41. Old font Llanllwchaiarn
29/42. Unnamed sailing ship (a painting)
29/43. Unnamed sailing ship (a painting)

30. Small box labelled “Lecture slides”. 26 numbered but uncaptioned 35 mm slides. Many, perhaps all, are of documents to be found elsewhere in the Passmore Collection. Many of them appear to be the original photographs used by SCP as illustrations in her books. They are a fairly representative sample of the collection as a whole: people; ships; historical documents; maps; paintings.

31. Similar small box. 26 unnumbered uncaptioned 35 mm slides, similar content to above. Some appear to be duplicates or are almost identical.


BOX 13

32. Folder entitled “Bibliography of S.C. Passmore & Bronwylfa: A House and its Family”. Contains:
- A 2-page bibliography (under her maiden name of Susan Campbell Jones).
- A complete [?] typescript copy of Bronwylfa: A House and its Family copyright S.C. Passmore 1999. 25 pages plus plates.
- Cuttings of obituaries of her father, Dr H.D. Griffith Jones (Cambrian News 18 October 1963) and mother, Mrs N. Campbell-Jones (Cambrian News, date illegible).
- A mounted photograph of Newquay Board School, Infants, 1908. 
- A comb-bound photocopy of The Owens of Penparc and Foel, 2nd edition Copyright S.C. Passmore, n.d.. 55 pages plus plates.
- A folder entitled ‘The Owens of Penparc and Foel. Copy for photocopying’, containing unbound copy.


33. Folder containing Census Records for New Quay, 1871 and 1881.


BOX 14

34. Deeds for the parish of Llangranog in the period 1849-1891, given to Mrs Passmore by Dr J. Howel Jones, 41 Hillmorton Road, Rugby, Warwickshire CV22 5AB.

34/1. 16 June 1874
1. Hugh Jones and others.
2. William Henry Kensit and others.
In Chancery, Jones v Kensit. COPY ORDER confirming Compromise of Suit of Thomas v. Evans.

34/2. 9 July 1874
David Thomas
ABSTRACT OF TITLE devised by the Will of Jenkin Beynon, No 1 (from 1805) and No 2 (from 1849).

34/3. 16 July 1874
David Thomas of Llanfair, Cardigan.
REQUISITIONS ON TITLE with the vendors replies, concerning the farm and lands of Penrallt p. Llangrannog, Cardigan.

34/4. 9 October 1874
1. Robert James Wigram, Portland Place, Middlesex.
2. Charles Edward Withall, 18 Bedford Row, Middlesex.
3. George Lewis Phipps Eyre, 1 John Street, Bedford Row, Middlesex.
POWER OF ATTORNEY to Withall and Eyre.

34/5. 10 October 1874
1. David Thomas of Llanfair, Cardigan.
2. Sarah Jane Rees of Vronwen, Llangrannog, Cardigan.
CONVEYANCE of the farm and lands of Penrallt p. Llangrannog, Cardigan. Conson. £2300.

34/6. 10 October 1874
1. Sarah Jane Rees of Vronwen, p. Llangrannog, Cardigan.
2. Elizabeth Jones of  Castle Green, p. Llandissiliogogo, Cardigan.
MORTGAGE of the farm and lands of Penrallt p. Llangrannog, Cardigan for securing £1300 and interest.

34/7. 10 October 1874
1. David Thomas of Llanfair, Cardigan.
2. Sarah Jane Rees of Vronwen, Llangrannog, Cardigan.
DEED OF COVENANT for the production of TITLE DEEDS of lands and herieditaments in Penrallt p. Llangrannog, Cardigan. With SCHEDULE of INDENTURES (24 in number, dating from 1805).

34/8. 29 September 1874 [?]
1. Revd. Charles James Phipps Eyre
2. George Edward Briscoe Eyre
3. Robert James Wigram, of the first part
4. Charles Cecil John Duke of Rutland
5. Alexander Baillie of Cochrane, of the second part
6. George Lewis Phipps Eyre, of the third part
7. David Thomas, of the fourth part
ABSTRACT OF RECONVEYANCE of heredits. in ps. Llannwchaeron, Henfenw, Llangrannog, Llandissiliogogo, Llangrannog, Ciliau-aeron, Diwehid & Llanfihangel Ystrad, Cardigan. Reciting various transactions and other events from 1863.

34/9. August 1875 (Office copy produced 1 September 1875)
Sir Prys Prys Baronet
ABSTRACT OF TITLE to a Freehold Estate in p. Pembryn, Cardigan, known as Pantyfilionen, dating from 1745 with recital of many transactions.

34/10. 10 October 1878
1. Elizabeth Jones of Castle Green p. Llandissiliogogo.
2. Sarah Jane Rees of Penrallt p. Llangrannog.
3. Phillip Henry Bowen of Cottham Lodge, Newport, Pembrokeshire.
TRANSFER OF MORTGAGE affecting the Penrallt Estate p. Llangrannog, Cardigan for securing £1300 and interest.

34/11. 16 June 1884
1. Phillip Henry Bowen of Parrog, near Newport, Pembrokeshire.
2. Griffith George
3. Thomas George, 1-3 all of Penrallthowell, p. Bridell
4. David George
MORTGAGE of a mortgage debt £1300 charged on the farm and lands of Penrallt, p. Llangrannog, Cardigan to secure £600 and interest.
With another Indenture for RECONVEYANCE 13 December 1890, between the same parties.

34/12. 15 and 16 September 1884
Photocopies of:
i. Particulars of a SALE by PUBLIC AUCTION of  various estates forming a portion of the Real Estates of the late Captain Thomas of Llanfair, Cardigan at the Ship Inn, Llangrannog (15 September) and at the Wilke’s Head Hotel, Llandysul (16 September).
ii. Details of the purchasers of the sale on 15 September: 23 lots, total sum £2595.

34/13. 23 March 1889
1. Sarah Jane Rees of p. Llangrannog, Cardigan, of one part
2. Elizabeth James of High Street, Newport, Pembrokeshire.
3. David James of the same place, of the other part
MORTGAGE of the farm and lands of Penrallt p. Llangranog, Cardigan to secure £200 and interest.

34/14. 13 and 15 December 1890
1. Sarah Jane Rees of Bryneuron p. Llangrannog, Cardigan.
2. Phillip Henry Bowen
3. David James
SUPPLEMENTAL ABSTRACT OF TITLE to the messuages tenement and lands of Bryneuron. 

34/15. 15 December 1890
1. Phillip Henry Bowen of Cotham Lodge, Newport, Pembrokeshire, of the first part.
2. David James of High Street, Newport, Pembrokeshire, of the second part.
3. Sarah Jane Rees of Bryneuron p. Llangrannog, Cardigan, of the third part.
RECONVEYANCE of the farm and lands of Penrallt p. Llangranog, Cardigan for £1878.

34/16. 5 January 1891
1. Sarah Jane Rees of Bryneuron p. Llangrannog, Cardigan.
2. Captain John Davies of Fern Cottage, Newport, Pembrokeshire and his wife Margaret Jane.
MORTGAGE of Bryneuron, Cardigan to secure £400 and interest.

34/17. n.d. 
David Thomas
RECONVEYANCE OF MORTGAGE
Probably connected with (8 and/or 14)


BOX 15

35. A box file entitled “Family Tree II Material Nov 1995 -“. Contains a disparate collection of materials connected with Family Tree Magazine, to which Mrs Passmore contributed articles on Old Occupations and on Welsh Research. Includes: press cuttings; correspondence; leaflets; handwritten and typed notes; approximately 20 photographs, mainly fairly new prints from old negatives (not yet put in Melinex pockets); some manuscripts of articles; a microfiche of “Members Research Interests, Gwynedd FHS 1995”.
Also:
- A booklet, “Saint Collen’s Parish Church” by RG Ffoulkes-Jones”.
- A booklet, “Curiosities from St Collen’s Churchwardens’ Accounts 1694 - 1891”, edited by Frank Jones.
- Issues 26 and 27 (1995-96) of Capel, the Newsletter of Cwmdeithas Treftadaeth Y Capeli/the Chapels Heritage Society.
- A copy of Y Dydd, 16 October 1996.

36. A folder labelled as: “List of Contents inside. To be divided between Merioneth & Aberystwyth.” [The contents have now been divided and this folder contains the materials destined for Aberystwyth.]
List of Contents, provided by S.C.P. on the inside cover is as follows:
- 1874 Indenture relating to Lewis Terrace (no 6) New Quay and ref to later deeds. (photocopy)
- 1852 Sale of Gwunrefail Cross Inn by John Davies (S.C.P.’s great great grandfather) to Thomas Edwards. (photocopy)
- Y Gambo article about Cwm Tydu: refers to Cwm Coch family - Capt Edward Jones’ antecedents. (photocopy)
- Photocopy of article on my father’s presentation on his retirement as GP at New Quay: many photographs including Toots and S.C.P.
- Original Lease to Owen Davies Smith, New Quay 1860.
- New Quay Harbour Company share certificate.
- Original Bill of Sale of shares in the Elizabeth, New Quay, 1857 to Elizabeth Timothy.
- Original Bill of Sale of shares in Ellen New Quay (owned by Albion House & Dr Thomas Evans (see Vera Gabriel Tree).
- Blank Bill of Sale.
- Original indenture relating to Brynhyfryd: occupied by S.C.P.’s father’s cousin John Jones, weaver, grandson of great great grandfather of Cwm Coch.
- 1882 Bill from Owen Davies, smith, (Efail Fawr New Quay) to owners of vessel Mary Anne.
- Uncle Jack’s notes re: Tithe Award NQ.
- Uncle Eddie’s Gunnery Certificate RNR HMS Gunnery School Devonport 1915.
- Uncle Eddie’s appointment as Lieut, temporary RNR 1 March 1917.
- Photocopy of lease of land part Neuadd NQ by the Rev Evan Lewis1807. 
- Photocopies, incomplete, of Llandysul area deeds: Foeshelyg & Cil-y-graig. I think these were something to do with the family of Gwaunrefail and I believe cousin Peter may have the originals: Peter Wilcox-Jones, solicitor, Llandrindod Wells. – S.C.P.

37. Folder entitled “TRINITY HOUSE NQ SYREN - CREW AGREEMENTS FOEL SEAMEN’S OFFICERS CERTS.”
List of contents provided by SCP.
[Photocopies unless otherwise stated]:

37/1. Photocopies of various legal documents or parts of documents [dates unclear but apparently including 16th century]. Also some handwritten notes or translations.
37/2. Painting of a ship [presumably the one referred to in SCP’s list of contents, colour reproduction, perhaps a photocopy, 11x16 inches].
37/3. Dated 1814
1. Benjamin Evans
2. Thomas Griffiths
3. David Owen
4. Thomas Owen
LEASE of a piece of ground p. Llangranog, county of Cardigan for 99 years, yearly rent £0.3.0.
37/4. 15 October 1868 (2 photocopies)
1. Catherine Owen of Penpark p. Llandysiliogogo, County of Cardigan.
2. Joshua Jones, NQ & David Evans, NQ, witnesses.
3. Thomas Owen, her son, legatee, £40.
4. Jane, daughter, wife of Thomas Jones, NQ, legatee, £40.
5. Other legatees: John Owen, son; Margaret, daughter; Elizabeth, daughter.
LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT. 
37/5.1 October 1814
1. George Price, Pigeonsford, Cardigan
2. Benjamin Evans, Trewen, p. Brongwyn, Cardigan
3. Thomas Griffiths, Horeb, p. Llandysil, Cardigan
4. David Owen, Llettycimbro [Llettycymbro?], p. Llangranog, Cardigan
5. Thomas Owen, Penpark, p. Llandysiliogogo, Cardigan
6. Griffith Evan, Carnwithog, p. Llangranog, Cardigan
INDENTURE
37/6. Front page of the book The Lost Houses of Wales by Thomas Lloyd
37/7. Application for Certificate of Mate, Thomas Evans, NQ, 12 March 1872
37/8. Certificate of Ordinary Examination, Evan Owen, 13 April 1891
37/9. Application to be examined for Certificate of Competency, with List of Testimonials from time of first going to sea, Evan Evans, Llanon, Aberystwyth, 13 November 1860
37/10. Certificate of Competency as Only Mate, Evan Evans, 16 November 1860
37/11. Application to be examined for Certificate of Competency as Master, with List of Testimonials from time of first going to sea, 25 April 1857
37/12. Certificate of Competency as Master, Daniel Evans, Prospect Row, Aberystwyth, 2 May 1857
37/13. Application for renewal of Certificate of Competency as Master, Mate or Engineer, Daniel Evans, 6 December 1893
37/14. Certificate of Competency as First Mate, David Evans, Bryn Llethi, Llanarth, Llandyssil, Cardigan [sic] 20 July 1892
37/15. Application to be examined for Certificate of Competency as Master or Mate, with List of Testimonials from time of first going to sea, Evan Evans, 25 March 1865
37/16. Application to be examined for Certificate of Competency as Master, with List of Testimonials from time of first going to sea, Thomas Evans, Llandysiliogogo, Cardigan, 9 April 1868
37/17. Application for renewal of  Certificate of Competency as Master or Mate, Thomas Evans, Union Street, Whitechapel, London, 20 July 1869
37/18. Application to be examined for Certificate as Master or Mate, David Evans, [London], 6 March 1868
37/19. Certificate of Competency as Only Mate, David Evans, Issued in Aberystwyth, 13 March 1868
37/20. Application to be examined for Certificate of Competency as Master or Mate, with List of Testimonials from time of first going to sea, Thomas Evans, 30 November 1871
37/21. Certificate of Competency as Only Mate, Thomas Evans, Bryn, near Cardigan, 4 March 1869
37/22. Certificate of Competency as Master, Thomas Evans, Brynderay, near Cardigan, 5 December 1871
37/23. Certificate of Competency as Master, Thomas Evans, Llangrannog, Cardigan, 18 March 1872
37/24. Part of Certificate relating to the ship Syren
37/25. Certificate of Competency as Master, David Evans, New Quay, 22 May 1872
37/26. Certificate of Competency as Master, Evan Evans, Llanon, Cardigan, 31 March 1865
37/27. Certificate of Competency as Master, John Owens, New Quay, 15 April 1865, with a typewritten note about John Owens and the certification system
37/28. Certificate of Competency as Only Mate, John Owens, New Quay, 31 May 1860
37/29. Certificate of Competency as Master, John Owen, New Quay, 4 May 1865
37/30. Certificate of Competency as Master, John Owen, Llangranog, Cardigan, 26 January 1888
37/31. Certificate of Competency as Second Mate, John Owen, Llangranog, Cardigan, 14 May 1881
37/32. Application to be examined for Certificate as Master or Mate, with List of Testimonials from time of first going to sea, John Owen, New Quay,10 [no month but probably March or April] 1865
37/33. Application to be examined for Certificate as Master or Mate, with List of Testimonials from time of first going to sea, John Owen, New Quay, 20 May 1860
37/34. Application to be examined for Certificate as Master or Mate, with List of Testimonials from time of first going to sea John Owen, New Quay, 13 May 1864
37/35. Certificate of Competency as Master, John Owen, Llangranog, Cardigan, 26 January 1888
37/36. Certificate of Competency as Only Mate, David Owen, Llangranog, Cardigan, 7 April 1881
37/37. Application to be examined for Certificate as Master or Mate, with List of Testimonials from time of first going to sea, David Owen, Llangranog, 13 April 1881
37/38. Application to be examined for Certificate as Master or Mate, with List of Testimonials from time of first going to sea, David Owen, Llangranog, 12 March 1881
37/39. Application to be examined for Certificate as Master or Mate, with List of Testimonials from time of first going to sea, John Owen, Llangranog, 20 June 1884
37/40. Certificate of Competency as Second Mate, David Owen, Llangranog, Cardigan, 23 October 1878
37/41. Application to be examined for Certificate as Master or Mate, John Owen, Llangranog, 2 July 1884
37/42. Application to be examined for Certificate as Master or Mate, John Owen, Whitechapel, London, 30 November 1883
37/43. List of Testimonials from time of first going to sea, no name, 8 July 1884 (Possibly relates to (37/41)
37/44. List of Testimonials from time of first going to sea, no name, 26 June 1884 (Possibly relates to (37/42)
37/45. List of Testimonials from time of first going to sea, no name, 7 January 1888
37/46. Application to be examined for Certificate as Master or Mate, John Owen Llangranog, 7 December 1883
37/47. List of Testimonials from time of first going to sea, no name, 6 November 1883
37/48. List of Testimonials from time of first going to sea, no name, 28 November 1883
37/49. List of Testimonials from time of first going to sea, no name, 11 December 1883
[NB (47), (48) and (49) may be part of (45) and (46)]
37/50. Application to be examined for Certificate as Master or Mate, John Owen Llangranog, 23 November 1883
37/51. A partial list of failed candidates, n.d., John Owen’s name included [probably part of (37/50)]
37/52. Application to be examined for Certificate as Master or Mate, Evan Owen, Foel Cross Inn, Llandysil, Cardigan, 11 April 1891
37/53. List of Testimonials from time of first going to sea, no name, 16 April 1891 [probably part of (52)]
37/54. Certificate of Competency as First Mate, Evan Owen, Foel Cross Inn, Llandysil, 17 April 1891
37/55. Certificate of Competency as Second Mate, Evan Owen, 9 December 1889
37/56. Application to be examined for Certificate of Competency as Master or Mate, Evan Owen, Foel Cross Inn, Llandysil, 29 November 1889
37/57. Certificate of Competency as Master, Evan Owen, Foel Cross Inn, Llandysil, 21 May 1894.
37/58. Agreement and Account of Crew, Adventurer, pages 2 and 3 of 12, n.d., but with references to engagements in 1889/90.
37/59. Agreement and Account of Crew, Syren, pages 1-6 of 8, voyage Leith to Hamburg, 6 July 1882. [NB There are 2 page 4s: one of them presumably doesn’t belong here.]
37/60. Agreement and Account of Crew, Syren, pages 1-2 of 12, voyage Cardiff to Liverpool, 18 May 1883
37/61. Half Yearly Agreement and Account of Voyages and Crew, Syren, pages 1-3 of 10, Milford Haven, 28 August 1886
37/62. Agreement and Account of Crew, Syren, pages 1-3 and 6 of 12, Cardiff to Milford Haven, 19 May 1880
37/63. Half Yearly Agreement and Account of Voyages and Crew, Syren, pages 1-3 and 10 of 10, Milford Haven to Cardiff, 9 May 1881
37/64. Agreement and Account of Crew, Syren, 1, 3, 10 and 10 [one of these is presumably misplaced] of 16, voyage terminating at Leith, 3 September 1886
37/65. 4 separate sheets, originally not clipped together. At least 2 of them relate to Syren, dates in the 1880s
37/66. 7 copies of Regulations for Maintaining Discipline, identical except for different page numbers and signatures. n.d.
37/67. Agreement and Account of Crew: Syren, 16 January 1888. [Pages not originally clipped together: not clear that they are all part of the same document.]
37/68. 3 Transmissions of Seamen’s Wages, Syren, 5 July 1884, to be drawn at Portmadoc, for: William Griffiths; Owen Williams; and Thomas Davies.
37/69. Examination Paper, Ordinary Entrance and Teacher Candidate Scholarships, Cardiganshire Education Committee, 29 June 1907: Geography and Knowledge of Common Things.
37/70. Petition to Trinity House of Magdalen Evans, née Lewis, New Quay, for a pension following the death of her husband, Jenkin Evans. September 1846.
37/71. 4 sheets, originally folded together, comprising:
(a) Part of Petition to Trinity House of Elizabeth Thomas née Lewis for a pension following the death of her husband, Jenkin Thomas. 11 May 1801. [Photograph of same in BOX 12 (28/1).
(b) Part of Petition of Ann Jones, 5 July 1852.
(c) Part of a transcript, 22 February 1819, of a Marriage Certificate of Evan Davies and Ann Evans, Llanina, 19 December 1792.
(d) Particulars of Engagement, n.d., ship not named.
37/72. 4 sheets, originally folded together, comprising:
(a) Part of Petition to Trinity House, 5 May 1852.
(b) Part of Petition to Trinity House, 26 September 1844.
(c) Same as (b) but with other material photocopied onto same sheet, April 1846.
(d) 3 different extracts from documents photocopied onto one sheet: copy of marriage certificate of Thomas Davies and Elizabeth Stephen both of p. Llanddewi-aberarth, 1 April 1800; a reference to Thomas Davies and Elizabeth, 1822; a letter from Treasury Chambers, 4 November 1822.
37/73. Petition to Trinity House of Anne Davies, née John, p. Llanina, for a pension following the death of her husband, Evan Davies. 22 February 1819.
37/74. Certificate of Discharge of Evan Evans as mate, 9 September 1844. Also includes details of: baptism of Elizabeth, daughter of Stephen David, in p. Llanarth, 2 April 1772; marriage of Thomas Davies and Elizabeth Stephen, both of p. Llanddewi-aberarth, 28 November 1822; and baptisms of their children, John (27 November 1803), Margaret (6 November 1810), Elinor (4 July, 1812) and David (2 November, no year given).
37/75. Petition to Trinity House of Owen Davies, New Quay, for a pension to support himself and family, 18 February 1850.
37/76. Petition to Trinity House of Evan Evans, New Quay, for a pension to support himself and family, n.d.; also a covering letter 12 October 1844.
37/77. Part of  Petition to Trinity House [possibly part of (76) or (78)].
37/78. Petition to Trinity House of David Davies, New Quay, for a pension to support himself and family, 26 September 1844.
37/79. 1-page extract from Petition to Trinity House of Elizabeth David, Llanina, for a pension following the death of her husband Thomas David.
37/80. Photograph of S.C.P.’s son in Aberystwyth.


BOX 16

Card Index containing:
- New Quay Monumental Inscriptions
- 1851 Llanina Census
- Maenygroes Burial Ground Index to Llanllwchaearn 1851
- A-J
- Also some correspondence


BOX 17

Card Index containing New Quay Census details J-W


BOX 18

Card Index containing:
- New Quay Parish Registers
- Bishops’ Transcripts from 17th century
- A letter
- 8 colour photographs, with faulty exposure or printing, some of them on subjects similar to BOX 12 (26/9)


BOX 19

Card Index containing:
- New Quay Census details 1841
- New Quay Census details 1851 A-J
- Some correspondence


BOX 20

Card Index containing:
- New Quay Census details 1881 A-J (incomplete? – S.C.P.’s comment)


BOX 21

Card Index containing:
- New Quay Census details 1881 J-W


Acc.1200



"Poems of the land and the sea" J.R Thomas (signed copy)
c.1933
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