Llewellyn-jones And Armon Ellis, Solicitors, Papers
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- Held At: Flintshire Record Office
- Accession Number: 3792
- Date: 1397-1980 [accumulated (c.1920)-2000]
- Level: Collection
- Extent: 1336 items
- Creator Name: Llewellyn-Jones and Armon Ellis, Solicitors
- Description: Records of Llewellyn-Jones and Armon Ellis, Solicitors, 1657-1952, including papers of the Hawarden estate, 1657-1939, consisting of deeds relating to lands in Aston, Broughton, Buckley, Ewloe, Hawarden, Queensferry, Saltney and Sandycroft, Flintshire, 1657-1909; Hawarden Castle estate deeds, 1772-1876; Aston Hall estate deeds, 1811-1906; Hawarden manorial records, 1746-1770; Hawarden estate papers, 1739-1939; colliery and clay works records, [c. 1834]-1928; chemical works records, 1872-1886; engineering works records, 1899-1916; records of Sandycroft foundry, 1803-1916; records of Queensferry munitions factory, 1915-1923; shipbuilding records, 1894-1909; records relating to railway lines, including Buckley, 1853-1867; Chester and Holyhead, 1844-1897; Manchester, Sheffield and Lincolnshire, 1884-1891; Mold, 1847-1849; Wrexham, Mold and Connah's Quay, 1862-1921; miscellaneous railway records, 1849-1906; family papers of the Glynne and Gladstone families of the Hawarden estate, including marriage settlements, 1772-1875; wills and testamentary papers, 1812-1915; correspondence, 1866-1916; financial papers, 1794-1920; papers relating to the offices of sheriff, Deputy Lieutenant and Lord Lieutenant of the county of Flintshire, 1802-1911; legal papers, 1699-1936; miscellaneous client records relating to Flintshire, 1895-1952; and Denbighshire, 1920-1934; miscellaneous records, 1895-1944; and records of Barker and Hignett (later Barker and Rogerson) of Chester, Solicitors, 1757-1920, including practice papers, 1757-1920; deeds, 1786-1875; estate papers, 1807-1870; and Barker family papers, 1829-1860.
- Terms:Clay industries--Wales--Flintshire; Coal mines and mining--Wales--Flintshire; Deeds--Wales--Flintshire; Estate administration--Wales--Flintshire; Gladstone family--Archives; Railways--England; Railways--Wales, North; Glynne family,--of Hawarden--Archives; Hawarden Estate (Wales)--Archives; Barker & Hignett, Solicitors--Records and correspondence; Solicitors--England--Chester--Archives; Barker & Hignett, Solicitors--Records and correspondence; Solicitors--England--Chester--Archives;
- Appraisal Information: All records deposited at Flintshire Record Office have been retained.
- Copyright: Usual copyright restrictions apply
- Accruals: Accruals are not expected.
- Language: English
- System of Arrangement: Arranged into the following: Hawarden estate, consisting of deeds, manorial, estate, industrial concerns, railways, family, office legal papers; Other clients consisting of Flintshire and Denbighshire papers; Miscellaneous; Barker of Chester papers, consisting of deeds, estate, family and solicitor's practice papers.
- Related Material: Further papers relating to the Glynne-Gladstone family are Flintshire Record Office, D/BJ, D/HA; Glynne-Gladstone Papers at Gladstone's Library; and National Library of Wales, Glynne of Hawarden Estate Records.
- 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.
- Additional Notes: Title supplied from contents of fonds. The archive contains earlier records accumulated by Llewellyn-Jones and Armon Ellis.
- Rules: This description follows ANW guidelines based on ISAD(G) second edition, AACR2, and LCSH
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