My gut instinct you will agree enabled you to break down one of your Brick Walls and add
several generations to your tree, and in the process added to my knowledge, and confirmed
An important collection at the NLW which has not been fully catalogued is that of Lewis of
Several of the Deeds in the Collection, refer to the Williams Family and in particular
Cwmbettws in Bridell. They descended via William Williams the Grandson? of your ancestor.
Worth looking at in my opinion.
Am I guessing, or thinking outside the box and bringing in other information in my
subconscious I have somehow absorbed?
James has obtained copies of many of the documents in the Clynfiew Collection at the NLW,
which again for anyone interested in the are covered is important, but not fully
The story of the NLW!
Message Received: Dec 12 2015, 04:15 PM
From: "Simon Carter via" <dyfed(a)rootsweb.com>
Subject: [Dyfed] NLW Website
Ah yes, the "new" NLW Website and the Catalogue..
Much will be written on this subject (nostalgia isn't what it used to be),
but for the moment has anyone noticed errors in material requested for
"view" for any wills?
1. Will for Thomas Devonald (1672). This displays correctly (well the
images do), but the Catalogue/Metadata details under "More Information"
(when you get to the 3-panel view) says it's for Griffith Penry of
2. Will for Owen Llwelin (sic) (1631). This displays correctly, but
again with incorrect details under "More Information". This time it's Anne
Ward of Mold (1853).
Some are correct; others have no information in the right-hand panel.
I'm using IE 11 under Windows 7, but I'll try another platform later.
I will bang off an email to NLW later, but would be interested in any
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