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Llythyrau K-L

Llythyrau, 1925-1982, gan gynnwys rhai oddi wrth John Legonna (3); Ceri W. Lewis (12); Elvet Lewis ('Elfed'); Eiluned Lewis (4, ynghyd â chopi o'i herthygl 'Traditions of Christmas in Wales'); Henry Lewis (3); Ifor H. Lewis (27); J. D. Vernon Lewis; J. Rhys Lewis (2, yn cynnwys copi o ragair gan Iorwerth Peate, 'The land of Dyfi'); Saunders Lewis (10); D. Myrddin Lloyd (2); D. Tecwyn Lloyd (18); J. D. K. Lloyd (5); J. E. Lloyd; Alan Llwyd (3); Rheinallt Llwyd; Emyr Llywelyn (6); ac A. T. Lucas (51).

Legonna, John, 1918-1978

Anifeiliaid

Gohebiaeth a nodiadau, 1965, 1967-1968 a 1970, yn ymwneud ag anifeiliaid, yn bennaf yr arfer o gadw penglog ceffyl, ac esgyrn anifeiliaid eraill, mewn adeiladau. Yn eu plith mae llythyrau gan Gomer M. Roberts (2), a J. D. K. Lloyd (2), ac yn ogystal ceir nodyn ynglŷn ag ymladd ceiliogod.

Roberts, Gomer Morgan

J. D. K. Lloyd papers

  • GB 0210 JDKLLOYD
  • Fonds
  • 1597-1887 (accumulated [1920s-[1970s])

The 1939 deposit consists of deeds and documents, 1549-1887, relating to properties in Montgomeryshire, Merionethshire, Breconshire and Shropshire. The 1973 deposit mainly contains deeds and documents, 1564-1932, relating to properties in Montgomeryshire, many relating to the Lloyd family of Montgomery. The 1979 deposit comprises materials gathered by J. D. K. Lloyd for a History of Montgomery; a bundle of deeds and documents, [19 cent.]-[20 cent.], relating to the family of Lloyd of Plas Trefaldwyn, Montgomery, and Castell Forwyn, Abermule; photographic albums, 1898-1978, comprising mainly family photographs; a collection of over 1000 postcards and photographs of historic buildings throughout Europe; and seven manuscript maps of land in Montgomeryshire, 1772-1858.

Lloyd, J. D. K. (John David Knatchbull), 1900-1978

Letters to the Reverend D. E. Jenkins,

Forty letters, etc., from Henry Lambert (for the Under Secretary of State, Colonial Office), Downing Street, 1914 (a reply to a query relating to Samuel Shute [1662-1742], Governor of New England), Audrey S. Lee, Kew Gardens, undated (personal, thanks for a book about Wales), [the Reverend] Robert M[cClellan] L[auriston] Lee, Yetminster Vicarage, Sherborne, 1906 (2) (information relating to [the Reverend] Edward and [the Reverend] Blakely Cooper, father and son, successively vicars of Yetminster, and a copy of a memorial inscription to the former, ob. 1810), C[harles] Leudesdorf (registrar), University Registry, Oxford, 1923 (extracts from University records relating to four persons named Thomas Beynon, who had been members of the University), [the Reverend] J[ohn] Morgan Lewis, Llanddeiniol, 1906 (searches in the Llanddeiniol parish registers), [the Reverend] J[ohn] T[imothy] Lewis, The Rectory, Llanfyrnach, 1906 (an extract from the Llanfyrnach parish register recording the burial of the Rev[eren]d David Davies, rector of the parish, 1820, and a copy of the inscription on his tombstone), [the Reverend] W[illiam] R[ichardson] Linton, Shirley Vicarage, Derby, 1906 (2) (information relating to [the Reverend] W[alter] Shirley, ob. 1859, and [the Reverend] W[alter] A[ugustus] Shirley, ob. 1847 [father and son], both former vicars of Shirley), [the Reverend] E[van] D[avid] Lloyd, Mallwyd Rectory, 1906 (the Rev[erend] Thomas Morgan's curacy at Mallwyd, 1783-1800 ), John Edward Lloyd (professor of History, University College of North Wales), Bangor, 1915 (enclosing a testimonial in support of recipient's application for a teaching post), [the Reverend] J[ohn] S[mith] Longdon, The Rectory, Cadoxton - Barry, [19]60 (a list of the rectors of Cadoxton, 1626-1902), the Rev[erend] A. Macdonald (pastor of the Congregational church), Milborne Port, 1904 (the pastors of the church, 1754-1785, an appeal for a financial contribution towards the church), Arthur J. Mackey (diocesan registrar), Diocesan Registry, Exeter, 1905 (information relating to the Rev[erend] W[illia]m Williams, curate of St. Gennys [co. Cornwall], circa 1794), John E[yton] B[ickersteth] Mayor, [Kennedy Professor of Latin, University of] Cambridge, 1904 (information regarding the Rev[erend] John Mayor, vicar of Shawbury, ob. 1826, ? the writer's grandfather, the writer's opinion that Mr. [Thomas] Charles's letters, ? to the Reverend John Mayor, must have been destroyed years ago in a great holocaust at Cossington parsonage, drawing recipient's attention to an analysis of the story of Mary Jones and her Bible in W[illia]m Canton: [A] Hist[ory] of the [British and Foreign] Bible Soc[iety (London, 1904)], vol. I, appendix i), K. A. Mayor, ? sister of the previous writer, [London], undated (enclosing sketches of Shawbury church and village (missing), and extracts from letters sent by the Rev[eren]d John Mayor, from Shawbury, to his son, William Henry Mayor, in Bermuda, 1825 (personal and family news), by Lieut[ enant] John Mayor, R.N. [son of the aforementioned Reverend John Mayor], from Shawbury, to [his brother] W. H. Mayor, 1826 (the death of their father), and by the Rev[eren]d Robert Mayor [another son of the said Reverend John Mayor] to his brother, W. H. Mayor, at Madeley, 1829 (the writer's return from Ceylon, personal and family affairs, the settlement of the Catholic emancipation question)), [the Reverend] Cha[rle]s Morgan, Rhoscrowther Rectory, 1904 (a record in the Rhoscrowther parish register of the marriage of John Charles and Alice Gwyther, 1811), [the Reverend] Dan[ie]l Morgan, Llantrisant Rectory, Anglesey, 1907 (a copy of a memorial inscription to John Jones of Bodynolwyn wen, parish of Llantrisant, ob. 1813), Evan E[dward] Morgan, Brecon, 1914-1915 (6) (information relating to members of the Cook or Coke family having connections with the Brecon and Llanfrynach areas, mention of Joseph Harris [1704-1764, brother of Howel Harris], his book on optics [A Treatise on Optics (London, 1775)], his astronomical observations at Trevecka 'which he proposed to read before the Royal Society in London', his essay on money [An Essay Upon Money and Coins (1757)], and his mission to the West Indies, references to 'Poole's History of Breconshire' [Edwin Poole: The Illustrated History and Biography of Brecknockshire (Brecknock,1886)], an elderly resident of Brecon (circa 1902-1904), who had seen Eliz[abeth] Prichard, née Harris [daughter of Howel Harris], the doubts about publishing the 'Historical Magazine' [Cylchgrawn Cymdeithas Hanes y Methodistiaid Calfinaidd, the first part of which appeared in March 1916], a list of the shareholders of the Brecknock and Abergavenny Canal in 1840 which included the name of Prichard Howell Harries, extracts from [Edwin] Poole [:History . . . of Brecknockshire] relating to T[homas] J[effery] Llewelyn Prichard, author of [The Adventures and Vagaries of] Twm Shon Catti [(Aberystwyth, 1828)], the possibility that Prichard was 'of the Harris breed', thanks for a copy of Bishop [aft. Archbishop Alfred George] Edwards: Landmarks [in the History of the Welsh Church (London, 1912)], with comments on the work), W. Morgan, Ilford, [19]20 (property transactions), A. Morris, Newport, [co.] Mon[mouth], [19]15 (the writer's intended work on Methodism in Monmouthshire), Lewis Morris, Carmarthen, [19]06 (the writer's grandmother, Mary Anne Morris, née Reynolds, ob. 1839), A[ndrew] Munro (bursar), Queen' s College, Cambridge, [19]32 (information relating to Robert Humphreys, B. A., of Queen's College, 1805, and Robert Humphreys, B.A., of the same college, 1843), F[rederick] J[ohn] North, National Museum of Wales, Cardiff, 1937 (a query concerning the brothers Hugh and Robert Owen, who were connected with the publication of the maps of Humphrey Lhuyd [1527-1568, physician and antiquary. See F. J. North: Humphrey Lhuyd's Maps of England and of Wales (Cardiff, 1937), pp. 11-12]), W. T. Ottewill, India Office, Whitehall, 1935 (a note on the Reverend Josiah Woodward who had been appointed 'to the Chapel of Poplar' by the East India Company in 1690) ( attached is a copy of a letter addressed by Josiah Woodward to the secretary of the said Company, 1710), Owen J. Owen, West Kirby, 1918 (the writer's interest in any source-material relating to Thomas Charles and the Methodist cause in Liverpool), Frederick Pane, Abergele, [19]11 (inviting recipient to deliver an address to a class of young men), A. Parnell, Littlehampton, 1907 (the writer's great-uncle, Thomas Parnell), [the Reverend] David Phillips, Radyr Rectory, Cardiff, 1907 (2) (the Rev[erend] Daniel Jones, curate of Radyr, circa 1787-1821, the communion plate presented to the parish in 1784), Andrew Picken (secretary), Queen's University, Belfast, 1932 (recipient's request to be admitted as a candidate for a doctor's degree, and his gift of three books to the University), K[enneth] Povey (librarian), Queen's University, Belfast, 1932 (acknowledging receipt of a copy of recipient's biography of Thomas Charles), and A[rthur] Ivor Pryce (diocesan registrar), Diocesan Registry, Bangor, 1905-1907 (3) (searches in the diocesan records on behalf of recipient, recipient's book on Beddgelert, good wishes for the success of recipient's magnum opus [on Thomas Charles], general comments on church restoration, the writing of biography, the 18th century church's policy of moderating enthusiasm, and the wisdom of the steps taken by [Thomas] Charles and his friends).

Commonplace book

A composite volume in the hand of the Rev. Evan Evans (Ieuan Fardd) containing Welsh and English poetry (pp. 1-102, 127-207, 215-393, 497-507, 549-664), by Ieuan Fardd himself, Edward Richard, Tudur Aled and Edmwnd Prys and others, as well as extracts from Pope's Messiah (including a Welsh translation) (pp. 33, 47) and a translation from the work of Milton (pp. 215-242). One poem (pp. 153-173) is dedicated to Sir Watkin Williams Wynn. There are also extracts from Virgil's Fourth Eclogue, with Beattie's translation into English (pp. 13-28), from Dryden's translation of Virgil (109: The Song of Simeon) (pp. 103-114), from Lord Lyttelton's history of Henry II (1767) (pp. 115-125), and from 'Llyfr Plas y Ward' ('Ystori Gr: ap Cynan') (pp. 397-428); copies of letters from Dr Tancred Robinson to Robert Davies, Llannerch, and between Robert Davies and William Lloyd, bishop of St Asaph (pp. 429-451); 'A letter on British History' relating to Geoffrey of Monmouth, Humphrey Llwyd and others (pp. 461-492); a copy of a translation, 1629, by the Rev. Richard Lloyd of a work by Arthur Dent (second edition (1683), edited by Charles Edwards, with a copy of Charles Edwards's preface) (pp. 493-496); a copy of the title, dedication, etc. of James Howell's Lexicon Tetraglotton (London, 1660) (pp. 513-548); etc.

Llythyrau Michael D. Jones a'i wraig

A letter, 1889, from Michael D. Jones [1822-1898] to his two sons, Llwyd ap Iwan and Mihangel ap Iwan [d. 1944]; a letter, 1889, from Mrs Michael D. Jones to the same; a letter, 1910, from Mrs Jones to her son Mihangel.

Ystorie Kymrü

A manuscript written by 'Ifan llwyd ap Dafydd o Nantmynach o fewn sir ferionedd esguier' containing 'Ystorie Kymrü, neü Cronigl kymraeg' from Brutus (1108 B.C.) to Cadwaladr Fendigaid (683 A.D.).

Ifan Llwyd ap Dafydd

Llythyrau ymfudwyr at deulu Thomas, Pantyclochydd, Llanwenog

  • NLW MS 6426D
  • Ffeil
  • 1832-1879

Autograph letters, 1832-1879, to the Thomas family of Pantyclochydd and others in the Llanwenog district, Cardiganshire from relatives and others in New York, Cleveland (Ohio), Salt Lake City (Utah), Rhymney (Monmouthshire), Dowlais (Glamorgan) and Carmarthen.

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