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Broom Hall estate records

  • GB 0210 BROOMHALL
  • Fonds
  • 1567-1946

Records of the Broom Hall estate, Caernarfonshire, 1625-1939, comprising deeds, 1567-1946, rent books and rentals, 1787-1816, 1856-1942, ledgers, 1907-1937, cash books, 1907-1939, wages books, 1905-1946, and correspondence, 1748-1925, deeds, 1664-1808, and account and rent books, 1785-1871, of properties in St James Westminster and St Martin in the Fields, Middlesex; deeds relating to the Bodfel estate, Caernarfonshire, 1725-1854; rentals of the Madryn estate, 1816-1819, and Meillionydd estate, 1846-1857, both in Caernarfonshire; and a record of the average price of corn, 1771-1826.

Evans family, of Broom Hall

Julian Williams papers

  • GB 0210 JULWILL
  • Fonds
  • 1898-1990

Papers of Julian Williams, former set designer in the Design Department of BBC Wales, including scripts of plays broadcast during the 1960s, among them works by Saunders Lewis and Gwenlyn Parry. The collection includes papers, photographs, and a few books relating to the donor’s family, including his parents Thomas Basil and Rhyda Ann Williams, his great-aunt Professor Mary Williams, and her husband G. Arbour Stephens of Swansea.

Williams, Julian, 1935-2022

Llyfr du Pantlliwydd,

An imperfect quarto manuscript inscribed in gilt on the spine 'Llyfr Du Pantlliwydd'; the name is probably derived from the colour of the previous binding (see binding note) and from the fact that sometime in the second half of the eighteenth century the volume formed part of the library of Thomas Truman of Pant-y-lliwydd in the parish of Llansanwyr, Glamorgan (see TLLM, tt. 216-17, 220, 315-18). Of the extant folios, pp. 1-204 contain the now incomplete (wanting beginning, end, and contents of a few intermediate leaves) corpus of heraldic and genealogical material believed to have been transcribed or compiled by Anthony Powel of Llwydarth in the parish of Llangynwyd, Glamorgan (see TLLM, tt. 115, 149, 214-18). The contents, pagination in brackets, include notes on the signification in heraldry of various colours such as black, white, and azure, animals such as the boar, dog, stallion, and bear, birds such as the eagle, hawk, owl, and griffin, fish such as the crab, and inanimate objects such as the twelve types of crosses (1-39); descriptions of various heraldic devices and terms with certain rules governing their use (39-60); notes on, or descriptions of, the coats of arms of Brytys, Lokreinys, Albanakdys, Kamber, Dynfwal Moel Myd, Beli, Ythyr Ben Dragon, Arthyr, Kystenin ab Kadwc, Kynan Wledic, Maelgwn Gwynedd, Karedic, Kydwaladr, Ifor, and Ynyr, of the Saxon kings of England from the time of Edbert to the time of 'Saint Edwart Frenin' (also including the Danish rulers Swayn, Knot, and Harknot), and of the Norman kings of England and their successors from the time of 'Wiliam Kwngkwerwr', etc. (61-72); brief descriptions of the arms of some sixty-three British / Welsh kings (including legendary figures), princes, lords, saints, and others, including e.g. Brytys, Beli, Arthyr, Dewi, Teilo, Kradoc Freychfras, Iestyn ab Gwrgan, Rys ab Tewdwr, Ednyfed Fychan, etc. (73-82); brief descriptions of the arms of the Norman conquerors of Glamorgan ('llyma arfay y kwngkwerwyr a fyont ymorganwc'), e.g. Iarll y Klar, Ysbenser, Flemin, Twrberfil, Gamais, etc. (82-5); a list of the names of some one hundred and five, mainly legendary, kings [of Britain] from the time of Brytys to that of Kydwaladr with the names of Henry VII and Henry VIII added at the end (85-7); a list of largely legendary kings of Britain from the time of Brytys ab Silyf to the time of Kydwaladr, the last king, with notes on their attributes, events of their reigns, etc., under the superscription 'Llyma enway y pedwar brenin ar hygain o frenhinoedd ynys brydain a farnwyd yn gydarnaf ac yn wrolaf y gwngkwery ac y adailiad ac y roddi roddion ardderchawc ...' (87-105); a genealogy of Henry VIII tracing his descent in direct male line from Brytys and thence from God (105-8); another briefer genealogy of the said Henry VIII tracing his descent, through male and female ancestors, from Kydwaladr Fendigaid, last king of the Britons (108-9); pedigrees of the mothers of the males appearing in the Henry VIII pedigree (109-14); seventy miscellaneous brief pedigrees the great majority commencing with the words 'Llyma wehelyth' associated with place-names, mainly commote names, such as Abergwyli, Llanfynydd, Kethinoc, Llandybie, Karnwyllon, Kydweli, Kwmwd Perfedd yn Ha ... dion, Kwmwd Perfedd ywch Arfon (Aeron), y Kreyddyn ywch Arfon (Aeron), Myfienydd, Glyn Aeron, Llan Gybi, Llan Ddewi Frefi, Mab Elfyw, Kayo, Mallaen, Penryn Dyfed, Elfed, Hirfryn, Mabynion, Gwinionydd Ywchaeron (Ywch Kerdin, Is Kerdin), Kaer Wedros, Gwidi Gada, Yrwystli, Kaer Sws, Kyfeilioc, Llan Bryn Mair, Brecheinoc, Peytyn, yr Argoed, Yslwch, Aber Ysgyr, Dyllyn Hodni, Lliwel, Ysg ... throc, Tir Rawff, Llanfihangel y Kwmdy, Arth Brengi, and Mon, or directly with personal names and tracing descents from, inter alios, such personages as Elystan Glodrydd and thence Beli Mawr, Gwaith foed, Llawdden, Dinawal and thence Rodri Mawr, Maenerch and thence Koel Godeboc, Brychan Brycheinoc, Kynedda Wledic, Einion Sais, etc. (115-42); an incomplete list of the fifteen tribes of Gwynedd - 'llyma bymthegllwyth gwynedd' (142-5); (continued)

Six brief pedigrees of descendants of Gr. fab ap Gr. Gwyr and thence of Koelgodeboc (145-7); fifteen brief pedigrees six of which commence with the words 'llyma wehelyth' with the place-names Glyn Nedd, Rwng Nedd ac Afan, and Tir Iarll, and one with the phrase 'llyma wehelyth Sir Siôn Wiliam, meistr o siwels y brenin', and all tracing descents from Einion ap Gollwyn and Iestyn ap Gwrgan, followed by two pedigrees tracing the descent of the said Einion from Beli Mawr and the said Iestyn from Brytys (147-54); ten brief pedigrees five of which commence with the formula 'llyma wehelyth' with the place-names Glyn Rodne and Llan Daf or the personal names Siangcin ap Aron, yr Arglwydd Rys ap Tewdwr, and y Dokdor Leison, one with the place-name Seinghenydd, and the others with a personal name, and tracing descents from, inter alios, Maenerch, Koel Godeboc, Maglawn, pryns yr Alben, and Beli Mawr (154-9); notes relating to the legend of the building of the city of 'Troya newydd' by Brytys, first king of the Britons, and its renaming as Kaer Lydd by Llydd ap Beli and as Llyndain (London) subsequent to the Saxon conquest (160-61); similar notes relating to the building of the cities of Kaer Efrawc (York) and Kastell Mynydd, subsequently called Ednbwrch (Edinburgh), by Efroc Gadarn, fifth king of the Britons (161-2); a list of the names, in English and Welsh, of the chief cities allegedly built by the Britons ('enway y prif ddinesydd awnaeth y brytaniaid') (162-4); a maternal pedigree of Gwladys ferch D[afydd] Gam (164-5); genealogical data relating to the Twrberfil (Turberville) family (165-7); a pedigree tracing the descent of Gr[uffydd] Dwn from Epiliws 'hen frenin Dyfed' (167-8); brief notes on the arms of the aforementioned [Gruffydd] Dwn, the Wiriod [family] of Pembrokeshire, Llywelyn Foethys, Brenin Manaw, etc. (168-9); brief pedigrees of Arthyr (on paternal and maternal side), Harri Sant o Winsor (Henry VI), and Llywelyn ap Gr. (170-71); notes relating to 'Bonedd ac anfonedd' (nobleness and ignobleness), the origin of the laws of heraldry, etc. (172- 5); genealogies of the saints of the island of Britain (176-86); a note on the signification of fish in heraldry (186-7); brief descriptions of the arms of Gwalchmai, Bledri, the kings of Maroc, Fraingk, Ysbaen, and Hwngry, the duke of Kornwal, the emperor of Konstinobl, and the emperors of Yr Albaen and Yropia (187-9); genealogies ('llyma wehelyth') of Sir Siôn ap Rys and Meistr Lewys Gwyn (189-90); a note relating to Morgan Amheyryc, the last Welsh lord of Koety, and ? his grandfather Gr' ap Iestyn (190-91); notes on Sioned, wife of Addaf Fychan and subsequently of Ieuan ap Ll', and her two sons (191-2); notes on the five sons of D'd ap Mathay (192-3); miscellaneous genealogies (193-9); genealogical notes relating to the family of Twrberfil, lords of Koety, with a reference to the loss of their 'arglwyddiaeth rial' (iura regalia) by the said lords of Koetty (200-01); a genealogy ('llyma wehelyth') of Hari lewys 'o sain pyr' (202); and brief notes on the arms of the kings of mwroc, ffraink, ysbaen, hwngri, boham, groec, nafarn, napwls, portingal, sisil, seipris, pwyl, ysgotland, and denmark, the duke of kornwal, and the emperors of konsdentinobl, yr albaen, and kripepende (202-04). Page 210 contains twenty lines of Welsh verse in the 'cywydd' metre.

Anthony Powel and 'Iolo Morganwg' and others.

Letters from David Lloyd

The file comprises David Lloyd's letters to his family, written during his visit to Copenhagen in 1938, to Stockholm and Brussels in 1939 and to the USA in 1961. The letters contain references to his performances.

Plas Power Estate Records and Papers

  • GB 0210 PLASPOWER
  • Fonds
  • [c.1300], 1414-[?c.1960]

Estate, financial, legal, personal, domestic, industrial and commercial papers of the several families who held the Plas Power estate, notably the Myddeltons, Lloyds and FitzHughs, including some papers relating to the Myddelton family of Chirk and their estates.

Plas Power Estate (Wales and England).

Miscellanea,

A volume containing notes of a very miscellaneous nature in the hand of Edward Williams ('Iolo Morganwg') except for a few pages in the hand of Taliesin Williams, his son. Included, pagination in brackets, are a brief note relating to the 'short and simple and thence natural account of the Welsh Saints' and a reference to the possibility of the existence of documents relating to 'British Ecclesiastic history' at the Vatican (1); notes headed 'Llyma Enwau Swrn o Wyr Enwogion o Genedl y Cymry . . .' being notes on figures of Welsh mythology presumably extracted (see note on p. 5) from Welsh School Collection MS No. 43 ( listed as missing when the Welsh School Collection was presented to the British Museum in 1844, see B.M. Additional MS 14955) (7-12); genealogical and historical or pseudo-historical data relating to Welsh saints or reputed saints, notes relating to figures such as Macsen Wledig, Seithenin Frenin, and Meyric, Brenin Dyfed, lists of the children of Caw o Dwr Celyn, Brychan Brycheiniawc, and Seithenin ab Seithin, etc. (21-37); a brief note relating to the bardic brothers Cynfrig and Ieuan ap Gronw, and the son, grandson, and great-grandson of the said Ieuan, all being bards ( 57); notes relating to Urnach Wyddel, who led twenty thousand 'Gwyddelod' into Gwynedd, and his sons Syrigi and Daronwy (58); brief notes on Arianrod ferch Don, Ugnach Wyddel and his son Culfardd, Cadvan ap Eneas, Cadvan ap Iago, and Cadwallon ap Cadvan (59); an incomplete list headed 'Mythological characters ex Cambrian Biography' (61-2); genealogical data tracing the descent in direct line of figures such as Coel Godebawc, Bleddyn ap Cynfyn, Gruffudd ap Cynan, Maxen Wledig, Iestin ap Gwrgan, Cynedda Wledig, Cadell Deyrnllwg, Llywarch Hen, etc., and a list of the children of the last-named (65-71); a note relating to 'Saer Wyddel o Gor Illtyd' (71-2); notes relating to Hywel Dda, his establishing of the privileged 'pymtheg llwyth' in Gwynedd and the 'pedair gwelygordd ar hugain' in Pywys, and his instructions for the keeping of records of genealogies, etc., in Gwynedd and Pywys (72-3); a brief genealogy tracing the direct descent of Elystan Glodrydd from Beli Mawr and brief notes on the sons of Cynfarch ap Meirchion (78); a brief genealogy giving the lineal ancestors and descendants of Gruffudd Gwyr (80); variant lists of the names of the children of y Caw Cawllog or Caw o Brydyn with brief notes thereon (81-3); miscellanea including a list of the names of the seven bishops who debated with 'Awstin, Escob y Saeson, ar lann Hafren' (? St. Augustine), a brief note on [the monastery of] Bangor is y coed, a list of the sons of Goronwy o Wareddawc, a list of ? saints linked with specific areas, a note relating to Saint Illtud, a list of saints associated with Morgannwg and Gwent, other lists, and miscellaneous data (83-8); a copy of an inscription relating to the contents and the compiler of 'Llyfr Twrog' (89); a list of thirteen saints with the locations of churches or cells founded by them and occasional additional data relating thereto (93-5); a list of the names of five of the children of Brychan (98 ); a list of names of saints with the locations of cells founded by them or of ? their sphere of activity (99-100); a list of ten Welsh manuscript or printed volumes (e.g. 'Salmau Capten Middleton yn ysgrifenedig', 'Egluryn Ffraethineb yn ysgrifenedig', 'Salmau Middleton - Print') headed 'Ystrad Meyryg 1799' and followed by a note stating that when the compiler of the list visited [Ystrad meurig] three years later the last item on the list was missing (101); three bardic triads 'o Ramadeg Simwnt Fychan' (102 ); an incomplete list of triads headed 'Trioedd a ddangoswyd yng Nghadair Garth Moelwg gan Willim ap leuan Hen a elwir Gwilym Tew Brydydd o Dir Iarll' (103-04); notes, sometimes date of death only, or anecdotes relating to forty-four persons who flourished from the ?first to the seventeenth century, e.g. Constantine the Great, St. David, St. Patrick, Geoff[rey] of Monmouth, Syr Rhys ab Thomas [ob. 1525], Richard Nevil, earl of Warwick, ob. 1471, Dav[id] Jenkins of Hensol [co. Glamorgan], and Sir Edw[ard] Carne of Weny, co. Glamorgan [ob. 1561], and to one family, viz. the Morgans of Pencarn, Monmouthshire (109-19); a note relating to, and brief extracts from, 'Llyfr Twrog' (121-3); brief extracts relating to 'Pair Cariadwen', 'Pair Ogyrfan Gawr', and 'Pair Dadeni', with an extract from the work of Cynddelw and a transcript of an 'englyn' attributed to Casnodyn illustrative of the word 'pair / peir' (129-30); notes relating to Saint Illtud, the monastery and school founded at Llanilltud, and the abbots of the said monastery, all under the superscription 'July 19th 1729. The Antiquities of Lantwit Major, Com. Glamorgan' and being allegedly transcribed by Edward Williams from a manuscript account compiled by David Nicholls in 1729 (see also NLW MSS 13114B, 13116B above) (149-70); a list of the abbots of the monastery at Lantwit [Major] compiled from the account given on pp. 149-70 with brief general comments relating thereto ( 171-3); (continued)

Notes relating to a field called 'the Halls hay' which, according to the aforementioned Mr. Nicholls and tradition, was the site of the old abbey, the stones of the new church possibly taken from ruins unearthed at Halls hay, the town hall, the tithe barn, the granary of the tithe barn 'said to have been the Gate of the Monastery', the rectory house, the 'Chantery house', and abbot's rents in the aforesaid town and parish of Lantwit Major (174-8); a list of old Welsh words (179); a list of Welsh manuscripts headed 'Llyfrau Tho. Edwards, Dinbych' (197-8); a list of eight 'Welsh MSS. with Revd. Richd. Davies at Bangor' (199); extracts from 'Vol. 63. P.P.' [i.e. Paul Panton MS No. 63 now NLW MS 2029B, of which see ff. 90 verso-92 recto] relating to the location of certain Welsh manuscripts (200); very brief notes referring to some of the items to be found in some of the 'MSS. at Mr. Panton' [i.e. the Panton MSS now NLW MSS 1970- 2068] (201-02); a transcript of the beginning of the tale of Einion ap Gwalchmai and Rhiain y Glasgoed (209); a list of Welsh words with English definitions or comments thereon (210-11); a short list of Welsh words or phrases and a bardic triad (212); extracts from poems attributed to Gutto' r Glynn (215); lists of compound Welsh words containing instances of D + D or D + T > TT as in 'Cyttun < Cyd-dynn', of D > T 'when preceding G', etc. (217-19); copies of memorial inscriptions in the churches of Penarth and Landough [juxta] Penarth [co. Glamorgan] (220-25; in the hand of Tal[ies] in Williams); brief extracts from 'Llyfr Siôn Hywel Gwynn' defining the terms 'Alban Elfed', 'Alban Arthan', 'Alban Eilir', and 'Alban Hefin' and the three divisions of the year (226); miscellaneous jottings including an extract from The Independent Whig, 25 December 1808, a brief genealogical note referring to Thos. Vaughan of Hergest [co. Hereford, ob. 1469], his son and grandson, and a copy of the inscription on the tomb of the Reverend Edward Gamage, ob. 1734, in St. Athan's churchyard [co. Glamorgan ] (229-30); a brief note on Nicholas ap Gwrgant, bishop of Landaff in 1149, extracted from Brown Willis [: A Survey of the Cathedral Church of Landaff ], etc. (232); a note referring to the establishing of the bardic 'Cadair Tir Iarll' by Robert, son-in-law of Rhobert ab Ammon [late 11th cent.] (233); a short list of Welsh proverbs with English translations of some (234); two groups of Welsh words the first exemplifying 'Deudneudian mutilation' and the second 'Diphthongs with a diaresis' (235); a brief note on the poet Robert Langland, fl. 1369, and a list containing the names of three Glamorgan centenarians who were alive in 1812 and of one who had died in 1809 (237); a transcript of five 'englynion' attributed to John Miles of Pencoed, Llanilid [co. Glamorgan], 1812 (238); extracts from certain clauses of the 'New Toleration Act finally passed July 29th 1812' [ i.e. 'Places of Religious Worship Act, 1812'] (239-40); miscellaneous genealogical data relating to South Wales (245-51); genealogical data centred on the poet Dafydd Llwyd ap Llywelyn ap Gruffydd of Mathafarn [co. Montgomery] (253); the words and music of a song headed 'Irish song in the Register office by Mr. Moody' (254 + 259); transcripts of strict-metre stanzas attributed to Risiart Twrbil and Dafydd Benwyn (255); an extract from '?Mrs. Robinson's Monody to the memory of the Queen of France', etc. (256-7); an incomplete list (two names only) of 'Subscribers to Poems by E[dward] W[illiams], 2nd edit., 1813' (258); brief genealogical notes centred upon Ifor Petti [Ifor Bach, fl. 1158] of Seinghenydd [co. Glamorgan] (258); five stanzas of Welsh religious verse (260); brief notes headed 'Glamorgan 1806' containing brief observations on the progress of the wheat crops and the abundance of sainfoin 'in the Vale', 1-11 June, and on the soil, the amount of clover, and wychelms, etc., in the 'Vale of Miskin', and a copy of an inscription at Llanelldeyrn (271-2); a copy of an inscription 'On the Tomb of Monce de Lundres in the Abbey Church of Ewenny' (273); miscellanea including a note on the budding and flowering of trees and privets in the St. Athan area, April 1809, and on the comparative lightness of snowfalls in the southern part of the Vale of Glamorgan in the winter of 1808-1809, and extracts from 'Baldwin's London and Weekly Journal' relating to a storm in the London area in May 1809 and a snowstorm in the ? Bath area in April 1809 with notes contrasting conditions in Glamorgan on the same dates (274-5); a list of ? market towns in Glamorgan, 1809 (276); medicinal recipes (277-8); brief notes on the countryside between Landaff and Llantrisent [co. Glamorgan], 23 June 1810 (279); extracts from 'Bald[win's] Journal', July 1809, and [Anthony Florian Madinger] Willich: The Domestic Encyclopaedia [London, 1802] (281- 3); incomplete lists of 'cromlechau', tumuli, [stone] circles, and ruined chapels in co. Glamorgan (285-90); notes relating to the Lantwit Vairdre and Newbridge areas [of co. Glamorgan] (291-5); two examples of rotations of crops ? practised in Glamorgan (296); notes on the crossing of breeds of sheep in Glamorgan (302); brief notes ? from Dugdale's Baronage relating to Roger Mortimer of Chirk [ob. 1326], William Zouch of Mortimer [ob. 1337], and Hugh, earl of Chester, late 11th cent. (307-08); a list of Welsh words headed 'Deudneudiaith' (315); a transcript of a stanza of Welsh verse attributed to Guttyn . . . Gnwppa, two triads, a copy of an 'englyn' by [Edward Williams] 'Iolo Morganwg', a formula for making ink, and an extract from a 'cywydd' attributed to T[udur] Aled (317); an account of Wiliam Dafydd Powel Ierwerth of the parish of Tre Gaian, co. Anglesey, ob. 1582, and his forty-three children (318-19); a tale relating to two families from Gwern Howel near Ysbytty and Rhyd y creue or Cil cenys [? co. Denbigh] (319-21); transcripts of two three-line stanzas of Welsh verse attributed to Ddd. Thomas, circa 1600, and one stanza of a Welsh carol (321); copies of eleven stanzas of Welsh verse headed 'o hen garol ar Salm 130' and two further stanzas headed 'Llyma ddechreu'r carol rhagflaeniedig. Y De profundis. Psalm 130' (322-4); brief notes relating to events in Wales and Ireland, 1648-9, based on or extracted from [John] Banks [: A Short Critical Review of the Political] Life of Oliver Cromwell [1739] (325-7); and other miscellanea.

William Cadwaladr Davies,

Six autograph letters, 1896-1899, from William Cadwaladr Davies, barrister-at-law, to Daniel Lleufer Thomas, and a printed copy of a memorial address to William Cadwaladr Davies delivered by Professor W[illiam] Lewis Jones at Bangor, 3 December 1905.

Davies, William Cadwaladr, 1849-1905

C. Tawelfryn Thomas Papers,

  • GB 0210 MSCTAWEL
  • Fonds
  • 1837-1938 /

Papers of the Rev. C. Tawelfryn Thomas, 1837-1938, comprising letters addressed to him from religious, literary and political figures, 1874-1938, mainly about biographical details of historical and contemporary ministers and poets, eisteddfod competitions, publication of books and articles, including Thomas's own work on Ieuan Gwynedd, the Independent College in Bala, personal matters, preaching engagements and ministers' appointments; stanzas composed by him; and poetry by William Cosslett (Gwilym Elian) and others, 1837-1903.

Thomas, C. Tawelfryn (Cadwaladr Tawelfryn), 1856-1939

Barddoniaeth,

A transcript by William Jones ('Bleddyn'), Llangollen, of a collection of cywyddau, etc., made by David Jones ('Dafydd Siôn Siâms'), Penrhyndeudraeth. The authors are Robin Ddu, Dafydd Llwyd [ap Llywelyn ap Gruffudd], Llywelyn ab Owain ap Cyn[f]rig [Moel], Dafydd Gorlech, Edwart ap Rhys, Llywelyn ap Maredudd ab Ednyfed, Syr Thomas Chwith, Huw Pennant, Ieuan Brydydd Hir, Gruffudd ap Dafydd Fychan, Sion Ceri, Bedo Brwynllys, Deio ab Ieuan Du, Syr Dafydd Trefor, Gruffudd ap Tudur ap Hywel, Watcyn Clywedog, Owain Llwyd Physygwr, Maredudd ap Dafydd Fychan, Ieuan Leiaf, Ieuan ap Gruffudd ap Llywelyn Fychan, Rhys Llwyd ab Einion Fychan, Syr Dafydd Offeiriad, Gwilym ap Sefnyn, Harri Hywel, Sion Dafydd ap Gutun, Sion ap Hywel ap Llywelyn, Mathew Goch alias Owen, William Puw alias Pennant, John Rowland, Rowland Vaughan, Thomas Dafydd ap Siencyn, Richard Phylip, Ffowc Prys, Gruffudd ap Gronw Gethin ('o Lanfair Talhaiarn'), Owain ap Rhys ap Sion ap Hywel Coetmor, Morys ab Ieuan ab Einion, Syr Owain ap Gwilym, Sion Phylip, Edmwnd Prys, Rhys Wynn ap Cadwaladr, Tudur Penllyn, Tudur Aled and Dafydd Llywelyn ap Madog.

Letters

Letters, 1881-1910, addressed to D. Emlyn Evans by [Sarah] Edith Wynne Agabeg, Nicholas Bennett, William H[ayman] Cummings, [David] Ffran[g]con Davies, Mary Davies, W[illiam] Cadwaladr Davies, D[avid] Howell ('Llawdden'), Frank D. Kidson, Lewis William Lewis ('Llew Llwyfo'), Kate Wynn Mathison, Joseph Parry, [Anne Adaliza Beynon] Puddicombe ('Allen Raine'), [Sir] John Rhys, John Thomas ('Pencerdd Gwalia'), Hadley Watkins, Gwilym Williams, J[ohn] Lloyd Williams and others.

Llythyrau Ceiriog

Letters and copies of letters from John Ceiriog Hughes to W. Cadwaladr Davies, Brinley Richards and others, 1866-1886; and letters to Ceiriog from John Emlyn Jones, Ebbw Vale, 1856, Morris Williams (Nicander), 1858, and others partly mutilated.

Deunydd yn ymwneud â Chymdeithas y Brythonwys ac â Chymry Llundain,

Letters and circulars, 1886-1900, relating to 'Cymdeithas y Brythonwys' ('The Cambro-Briton Society'), London, most of them being addressed to John Burrell. Among the numerous correspondents are Judge Ivor Bowen [d. 1934], Morgan Davies, W[illiam] Cadwaladr Davies [1849-1905], Sir Owen M[organ] Edwards [1858-1920], T[homas] E[dward] Ellis [1859-1899], Sir E. Vincent Evans [1851-1934], Sir Ellis Jones Griffith [1860-1926], J. Elias Hughes, Sir Lewis Morris [1833-1907], Sir T. Isambard Owen, T. Woodward Owen, Sir John H. Puleston [1829-1908], Lewis W. Roberts, R[obert] D[avies] Roberts [1874-1940], T[homas] F[rancis] Roberts [1860-1919], Sir W. Bowen Rowlands, D[avid] A[lfred] Thomas (afterwards viscount Rhondda) [1856-1918], W[illiam] ['Glanffrwd'] Thomas [1843-1890] and Sir Thomas Marchant Williams [1845-1914]. There is also a group of letters dealing with inquiries from the Reverend John Owen, Mold and others relating to the number of Welsh people resident in London who were or were not associated with places of worship.

Correspondence,

Letters addressed to Edward Edwards and others by T. K. Brighouse, W. Cadwaladr Davies, 1892; Timothy Davies, 1890; Owen M. Edwards, 1892; J. C. Evans, Bala, 1892; Samuel Evans, 1889; H. S. Foxwell, 1892; J. Mortimer Green, 1892; Maurice Griffiths, 1920; Hubert Hall; Roger Hughes, 1892; Cecil Jane, 1920; J. Morris Jones; T. D. Jones, 1929; R. Kenrick; John Edward Lloyd, 1901; J. S. Mackenzie, 1892; H. R. Reichel, 1892; H. Sidgwick, 1892; Geo. H. Peacock, 1921; C. P. Tremain, 1923; James Ward, 1902; and Hugh Williams.

Correspondence

One of four volumes containing letters, postcards and telegrams addressed to W. J. Parry and others. Some of the earlier letters were written to Edward Stephen ('Tanymarian'). The majority of the letters relate to the public activities of W. J. Parry. The correspondents include David Adams, 1915; G. T. Anderson, London, 1915; Gideon Ashdown, Reading, 1902; J. Bailey, Bangor, 1891; Richard Bell, House of Commons, 1906; J. Bowen, Caernarvon, 1889-1891; Bethesda Local Board (an address to the Hon. Mr and Mrs E[dward] S[holto] Douglas Pennant); W. S. J. Bray, Port Talbot, 1909; J[ohn] Burnett, London (telegram), 1892; A. V. H. Carpenter, Milwaukee, 1879; H[enry] Lloyd Carter, Bangor, 1897; Messrs Carter, Vincent and Douglas Jones, Caernarvon, 1899; J[ohn] P. Cartwright, Chester (telegram), 1875; W[illiam] Cadwaladr Davies, Bangor, 1888; J[ohn] T[homas] Davies, London, 1922; J. L. Davies, Llanuwchllyn, 1915; Robert Davies, Llanelwy, 1858; Thomas E[ssile] Davies ('Dewi Wyn o Essyllt'); D. Edwards, Nottingham, 1915; Thomas Edwards, Bethlehem, 1884; Thomas E[dward] Ellis, 1888; A. Evans, 1888; Samuel Evans, Wrexham and Constantinople, 1893; Thomas P[ritchard] Evans ('Mabon'; telegram), 1892; Dd Evans, Port Dinorwic, 1915; E[van] Herber Evans, 1883-1890; J. T. Evans, Caernarvon, 1892; William Evans, 1902; F. V. Francis, Dinorwic, 1886; D[avid] Ffrangcon-Davies, 1893-1916; J. C. Gray, Manchester, 1906; David Griffith, Troedrhiwdalar, 1868; D[avid] A[van] Griffith, Garth, 1914; G[riffith] Griffiths, Ebenezer, 1885-1893; T[homas] Ogwen Griffith, Port Talbot, 1915; Thomas Griffiths, Manchester, 1915; J[ames] Keir Hardie, 1902; William Hespeler, Winnipeg, 1880; James Holmes, Leicester, 1897; Richard Hughes, Bethesda, 1892; Rhys J[ones] Huws, Glanaman, 1913; W. A. Hughes, London, 1897.

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