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Form of Record for livestock,

A Form of Record kept, 1936-1958, by Llewelyn Jones, and later Mrs Jane Jones, Ty Newydd Voel, Llannefydd, Denbigh, recording the movements of their livestock in accordance with the Movement of Animals (Records) Order of 1925.


An envelope, (postmark Llansannan 18 March 1933), addressed to 'Mr John Parry, Derwen, Corwen'.

Research papers,

Folder containing papers concerning Driver John Parry's War service, including a transcript of his diaries, printouts of original documents, manuscript maps and a DVD+R containing photographs of a 2008 trip to France and Belgium by his daughter and grand-daughter.


Envelope to be used as 'Cover for Certificates and Other Documents of a Soldier on Demobilization, Transfer to the Reserve or Discharge'.

Official postcard,

Official Army postcard, [March 1919], to John Parry, Derwen Village, instructing him to collect his new account book [for his War Gratuity].


A picture postcard (unused) containing the poem 'Homeland - Good-Bye'.

Great War timeline,

Newspaper cutting, [?12 November 1918], containing, with other fragmentary items, a timeline of significant events during the War.

German propaganda sheet,

German propaganda sheet claiming American financial aid will lead to England's financial ruin. It was picked up by John Parry 'on the field of battle outside a village called Deerlyk [Deerlijk], Oct. 29, 1918' (note on dorse).

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