Keene And Kelly, Solicitors, Papers
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- Held At: Flintshire Record Office
- Date: 1457-1963
- Level: Collection
- Extent: 2162 items
- Creator Name: Messrs Keene and Kelly, Solicitors, Mold
- Description: Records of Keene and Kelly, Solicitors, Mold, Flintshire, 1457-1963, including: Keene family papers, 1819-1927 including legal papers 1829-1927, family papers 1819-1922, investment records, 1856-1904 and business papers, 1853-1911; Mold parish records, 1583-1895; papers of the Lords of Mold, 1631-1940; Grosvenor (Halkyn) estate, 1840-1907; Mostyn (Mold) estate, 1854-1878; Plas Annie and Celyn (Leeswood) estate, 1830-1916; Coed Du estate, 1919-1922; Howard family of Soughton (Northop) and Wigfair (St Asaph), 1857-1932; Richardson family of Greenfield, 1621-1879; Lloyd family of Wigfair and Pentre Hobyn, 1556-1921; Douglas family of Gyrn, 1727-1861; Wynne Eyton family, 1824-1883; Bankes family of Soughton, 1869-1908; Wright family of Brewer's Hall, Chester, 1710-1842; Hargreaves family, 1810-1868; Tyn Twll estate, Llwyne, 1806-1927; records relating to St Winefrede's Well, 1613-1915; Halkyn District Mines Drainage Act, 1873-1898; deeds relating to land in Flintshire, 1697-1963; deeds relating to land in Denbighshire, 1673-1945; Deeds relating to Cheshire, 1837-1897; Deeds relating to Essex, 1790-1854; miscellaneous practice papers, 1457-1948; and papers of the Davies family of Buckley, 1895-1937.
- Terms:Deeds--England--Cheshire; Church records and registers--Wales--Mold; Deeds--England--Essex; Deeds--Wales--Denbighshire; Deeds--Wales--Flintshire; Estate administration--Wales--Denbighshire; Estate administration--Wales--Flintshire; Keene and Kelly--Records and correspondence;
- Appraisal Information: All records deposited at Flintshire Record Office have been retained.
- Copyright: Usual copyright regulations apply.
- Accruals: Accruals are possible
- Language: English
- System of Arrangement: Arranged into five groups: Group One, Keene papers, Mold parish records, Lords of Mold, Richardson of Greenfield, Lloyd of Wigfair and Pentre Hobyn, Douglas of Gyrn, and miscellaneous practice papers; Group Two, shrievalty records, St Winefride's Well, Lords of Mold, Pentre Hobyn estate, Halkyn District Mines Drainage Act, Keene family, Wynne Eyton family, Douglas of Gyrn, Messrs Keene and Kelly, solicitors records, Bankes of Soughton, Wright of Brewer's Hall, Chester, Miscellaneous Flintshire Deeds, Miscellaneous Denbighshire Deeds, Miscellaneous Essex Deeds, Miscellaneous Lancashire Deeds and Hargreaves Family; Group Three, Lords of Mold, Grosvenor (Halkyn) estate, Plas Annie estate, Coed Du estate, Howard of Soughton (Northop) and Wigfair (St Asaph), and miscellaneous; Group Four, Lords of Mold, Grosvenor (Halkyn) estate, Plas Annie and Celyn (Leeswood) estates, Tyn Twll estate (Llwynegrin), Howard of Soughton and Wigfair, Thomas Jones of Liverpool, and miscellaneous; and Group Five, Davies family of Buckley, correspondence and papers.
- Related Material: Related material is Flintshire Record Office, Lords of Mold Papers, D/DM/1241; Grosvenor (Halkyn) Papers, D/GR; Denbighshire Record Office, Howard family of Wigfair; NLW, Wigfair Deeds and Documents.
- Access Conditions: Data Protection Act restrictions will apply to any items less than 100 years old that contain personal information as defined by the Act.
- Finding Aids: A hard copy of this catalogue is available at Flintshire Record Office and the National Register of Archives.
- Additional Notes: Title supplied from contents of fonds. The archive includes earlier documents accumulated by the firm in the course of its work.
- Rules: This description follows ANW guidelines based on ISAD(G) second edition, AACR2, and LCSH
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