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Canon Trevor Owen Manuscripts,
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Canon Trevor Owen Manuscripts,

  • GB 0210 MSRTOWEN
  • Fonds
  • [1734x1916].

Manuscripts, [1734x1916], accumulated by Canon Trevor Owen, including sermons; an article on the Lloyd family of Pale, Llandderfel; notebooks, correspondence and travel journals of Fanny Williams Wynn; a catalogue of the Wynnstay library; etc.

Owen, Richard Trevor, d. 1916

Journals of continental tours,

Journals kept by Frances (Fanny) Williams Wynn during tours in France, Belgium, Holland, Germany, Denmark, Switzerland and Italy, 1833-1840. Some of the journals contain engravings and original sketches.

Williams-Wynn, Frances, 1773-1857

Letters to Fanny Williams Wynn,

Autograph letters, 1784-1885, including letters to Frances (Fanny) Williams Wynn from her mother, her brothers Charles and Henry, her sisters Henrietta and Charlotte, Hester Cotton and Mary Cunliffe, to Jonathan Shipley (bishop of St Asaph) from William Henry Cavendish Bentinck (third duke of Portland), and to William Davies Shipley (dean of St Asaph) from Philip Yorke and William Cleaver (bishop of St Asaph); papers relating to the private theatre at Wynnstay; a note in the autograph of Sarah Ponsonby, one of the 'ladies of Llangollen'; etc.

Llandderfel and Llansilin,

An article by Dr Owen Richards, Fronheulog, Llandderfel on 'Llandderfel Parish Registers. The Lloyds of Pale and other families'; an article by Arthur Baker entitled 'History of Llansilin Church'; and a case for opinion of counsel relating to a seat in St Hilary's Church, Denbigh. For the article by Dr Richards, see Archaeologia Cambrensis, 1885; for the article by Arthur Baker see Archaeologia Cambrensis, 1894.

Owen Richards, Arthur Baker and others.

Notebooks of Fanny Williams Wynn,

Notebooks of Frances (Fanny) Williams Wynn, daughter of Sir Watkin Williams Wynn, 4th baronet, of Wynnstay, Denbighshire, by his wife Charlotte (née Grenville). They include notes written during visits to London and to country houses and on visits to the continent of Europe, copies of letters, records of conversations and observations on political and historical events.

Fanny Williams Wynn.


A manuscript containing sermons preached at various places in Denbighshire, Flintshire, Montgomeryshire and Caernarvonshire.