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|1||Glamorgan Archives: Coychurch civil parish records
Records of Coychurch parish including audit notice, 1864; church rate book (Coychurch Lower), 1857; tithe apportionment (Coychurch Higher), 1841; copy of tithe plan (Coychurch Higher), [c. 1842]; copy of tithe plan and apportionment (Coychurch Lower), [c. 1842]; Coychurch Higher Parish/Commun...
|2||Glamorgan Archives: Coychurch Higher School Board records
Coychurch Higher School Board records comprising of minute books, 1874-1903; letter book, 1875-1879; cash book, 1891-1903...
|3||Glamorgan Archives: Coychurch Lower School Board records
Coychurch Lower School Board records comprising minute books, 1880-1903; cash books, 1880-1903...
|4||Glamorgan Archives: Geldard, Cyril, collection of Glamorgan deeds
Plans and conveyance of land at Aberkenfig, Newcastle, Glamorgan, 1864-1883; deeds for land called Craig-yr-eos at Southerndown, Glamorgan, 1731-1876; deeds and papers relating to property at Coychurch in Coity Anglia, Glamorgan, 1806-1878; and deeds relating to land at Southerndown, Glamorgan, 177...
|5||Glamorgan Archives: Glamorgan deeds and documents from Gloucestershire Record Office
Sale particulars, farms in Peterston-super-Ely, 1894; deeds, Llangynwyd and Penarth, 1769-1891; will of William Boughton, of Splott,in Cardiff, 1850; pedigree of James and Thomas family of Llangadog (Carmarthenshire), 1922; Verity family of Bridgend, deeds, wills, and other documents, concerning pro...
|6||Glamorgan Archives: Glamorgan deeds from Newport Public Library
Deeds and documents relating to the parishes of Coychurch, Dowlais, Gelligaer, Llanishen, Merthyr Tydfil, and Cardiff, in Glamorgan, and to Birmingham Warwickshire, 1731-1988....
|7||Glamorgan Archives: Pencoed civil parish records
Records of Pencoed parish, comprising parish/community council minute books, 1895-1991; Pencoed and Coychurch higher joint sewerage committee and Pencoed parochial committee minute book, 1924-1938....
|8||Glamorgan Archives: Thomas family of Tregroes, Coychurch, records
Letter signed by Charles I to William Thomas, 1645; petitions to Robert earl of Leicester and Robert Lord Lisle 1661-1662; and deeds, wills and pedigrees relating to the Thomas family, 1645-[c. 1850]....