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Archdeacon A. O. Evans Manuscripts
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A commonplace book

A commonplace book which belonged in 1869 to Lewis Jones, printer, etc., Towyn and Rhyl, and which contains calendar entries, poems, etc.

Jones, Lewis, fl. 1869-1900

Albert Owen Evans,

Papers relating to the ecclesiastical career of Albert Owen Evans:- declaration of assent on ordination, 1898; receipts for ordination fees, 1898-9; stipendiary curate's licences, Aberffraw, Connah's Quay, 1898, Pennal, Llangadwaladr, 1899, Llanfachreth (Mer.), Capel Curig, 1900, Llanllyfni, Carno, 1901, Bryncroes, 1902, Blaenau Ffestiniog, Bodedern, 1904, Bangor, Llanystumdwy, 1906, and Caerhun, 1907; appointment as sequestrator of Dolwyddelan, 1933; a bill for printing the Bangor Diocesan Calendar, 1915; a file of returns of 'fixtures' paid for or added by incumbents in the diocese of Bangor, 1920-1; returns of communicants in the archdeaconry of Bangor, 1933; and letters of deacon's orders of John Evans, Trinity College, Dublin, 1841.

Albert Owen Evans and others.

Archdeacon A. O. Evans Manuscripts

  • GB 0210 MSAOEVAN
  • Fonds
  • [1800-1937].

The collection known as the Archdeacon A. O. Evans Manuscripts are a group of manuscripts given to the National Library by Albert Owen Evans. They include correspondence and papers relating to A. O. Evans.

Evans, Albert Owen, 1864-1937

Bangor Diocesan Choral Festivals

Miscellaneous papers, mainly connected with the Bangor Archdiaconal Choral Festival and the Bangor and Anglesey Choral Association, 1899-1906, with some papers relating to the Church Choral Union of the Archdeaconry of Carmarthen.

Bangor diocesan schools,

Papers compiled by Albert Owen Evans, inspector of schools for the diocese of Bangor, relating to religious instruction in schools of the Bangor Diocesan Board of Education. They include returns to a questionnaire issued in Caernarvonshire, February, 1908; printed analysis, issued by the Caernarvonshire Education Committee, of denominational religious instruction in diocesan and other schools in Caernarvonshire, with marginal notes, together with copies of the syllabus used in specifed schools; an undated analysis by A. O. Evans of returns to a questionnaire in Caernarvonshire; a letter, 1903, from J. Henry Thomas, clerk to the Caernarvon School Board, to D. Alban Lloyd, Caernarvon, and a draft letter from the latter to A. O. Evans; and press cuttings.

Albert Owen Evans and others.

Bangor National Schools

A printed appeal, issued 9 May 1866, for subscriptions towards the cost of erecting new National School buildings in Bangor, Caernarvonshire, with a list of some subscriptions.


Official and other letters received by Albert Owen Evans, mainly in connection with the publishing of A Chapter in the History of the Welsh Book of Common Prayer ... (Bangor, 1922).


Letters, 1893, from Manuel Ramos, Madrid, to Thomas Roberts, cooper, St. Asaph; and letters, mainly relating to his paper on 'Sunday of Today', 1933, addressed to Albert Owen Evans by Dr. E. O. Davies, Bangor, 1933; Beriah Gwynfe Evans, 1923; John Fairchild, Bangor, 1933; Gwilym Francis, Neath, 1933; G. Wynne Griffith, Bangor, 1933; R. E. Jones & Bros., Conway, 1933; J. D. Lewis, Llanarth, 1924-1933; H. J. Manley, Llanbedrog, 1933; T. A. Morgan-Jones, Llanddeiniolen, 1933; D. Rhys Phillips, 1930; Richard Owen, M. D., Bangor, 1933; Robert Vaughan, Dolgellau, 1933; Robert Camber Williams, Bath, 1917; 'A Swansea Welsh Churchman' (the closing of St. Mathew's Welsh Church, Swansea); John Morgan, Bodorgan and Caernarvon, 1903-1921; a telegram from Albert Edward, Prince of Wales, 1897; D. T. Hughes, Talsarnau, 1917; Frank Morgan, Oxford, 1906; George Blisset, Bath, 1898; Charles Henry Alexander, 6th Marquess of Anglesey, 1933; J. Arthur Price, London, 1924; John Owen, Bishop of St Davids, 1924; Griffith E. Owen, Carmarthen, 1924; S. J. Evans, Llangefni, 1931-1932; John Humphreys, Bangor, 1919; D. Jones, Penmaen-mawr; J. Davies, Llanelltyd, 1926; T. Huws Davies, 1922; and others.

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