1854, Nov. 18
LETTER. R[obert] Fulkes Greville to James Summers.
Relates to the National Fund established to assist the widows and orphans of those killed in action during the Crimean War. Greville encloses 20 guineas towards the said fund.
[See 128, 164]
1855, Jan. 2
CALENDAR of prisoners for trial at the Central Quarter Sessions of the Peace, to be held at Haverfordwest, Tuesday, 2 January 1855. LIST of petty jury attached.
1855, Mar. 6
LETTER from W. H. Twyning, Panypandy, Caerphilly, Cardiff, to William Summers.
Request for information about Henry Twyning, uncle of sender.
1855, Mar. 6
LETTER from D. Jones to W. H. Twyning.
Regrets inability to supply information on Henry Twyning, uncle of recipient, since he was buried at Lampeter.
1855, March [?]
LETTER from S. W. R. May to the Rev. W. H. Twyning. Further replies to observations on replies to requisitions received 15 March 1855.
Endorsed: 1855, March 19. Made a copy of the within. G. H. Sutton.
1.John Phillips, of Castle, p. Llandewy Velfry, co. Pemb.
2.Rev. William Henry Twyning, of Pontypandy, co. Glam., clerk.
STATUTORY DECLARATION OF 1 identifying lands sold to the South Wales Railway Company, 2 a., in p. LLANDEWY VELFRY, co. Pemb.
Endorsed: March 5 1855. Made a copy of the within. S. W. Sutton.
1855, May 19
1.William Henry Twyning, Pontypandy, co. Glam., clerk.
2.South Wales Railway Company.
CONVEYANCE of five pieces of land of 1 in p. LLANDEWY VELFRY, co. Pemb.