Petty Sessions

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Petty Sessions were first held in the 19th century and were minor courts presided over by justices or magistrates. Records include minute books, court registers, adoption registers, licensing and ledger accounts.

Records

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Breconshire General (Ref: B/PS)

Brecon (Ref: B/PS/BR)

Builth (Ref: B/PS/BU)

Crickhowell (Ref: B/PS/CR)

Defynnog (Ref: B/PS/D)

Hay (Ref: B/PS/H)

Merthyr and Pencelli (Ref: B/PS/MP)

Talgarth (Ref: B/PS/T)

Ystradgynlais (Ref: B/PS/Y)

Records

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Montgomeryshire General (Ref: M/PS/Q)

Cawse (Ref: M/PS/C)

Deuddwr (Ref: M/PS/D)

Llandysilio (Ref: M/PS/LD)

Llanfyllin (Ref: M/PS/LF)

Llanidloes (Ref: M/PS/LI)

Machynlleth (Ref: M/PS/M)

Mathrafal (Ref: M/PS/MA)

Montgomery (Ref: M/PS/MO)

Newtown (Ref: M/PS/N)

Welshpool (Ref: M/PS/W)

Records

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Radnorshire General (Ref: R/PS/R)

Colwyn (Ref: R/PS/C)

East Radnor (Ref: R/PS/ER)

Knighton (Ref: R/PS/KN)

Llandrindod Wells (Ref: R/PS/LW)

New Radnor (Ref: R/PS/NR)

Painscastle (Ref: R/PS/PA)

Presteigne (Ref: R/PS/P)

Rhayader (Ref: R/PS/RH)


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