- 1901-1935. (Creation)
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Twenty-seven letters, etc., from [the Reverend] E[dward] W[ilcocks] Raby, The Rectory, Jacobstow, near Bude, 1906 (information concerning the Reverend] W[illia]m Williams, curate of St. Gennys [co. Cornwall], in 1796), [the Reverend] J[ohn] Lambert Rees, Llandowror (sic) Rectory, 1906 (a copy of the inscription on the tomb of the Rev[eren]d John Davies, minister of the Gospel at Bank-y-felin, ob. 1821, and of his wife, Barbara, ob. 1841), the Rev[erend] Bernard Reynolds, The Rectory, Queen Street, E.C., 1905 (a portrait of the Rev[erend] Watts Wilkinson [ob. 1840]), C. Morgan Richardson, Cardigan, 1907 ([Madam] Bevan's Charity), A. Foulkes-Roberts, Denbigh and Goring-on-Thames, 1913-1935 (3) (legal matters, genealogical data relating to the writer's ancestors), A. Humphreys Roberts, Manchester, 1920 (books sent to recipient), Ella [ ] Foulkes Roberts, Denbigh, 1926 (a proposal that [Denbigh] County School would buy a set of the Dictionary of National Biography from the library of the writer's father, an offer for the set made by Mr. [aft. Sir John] Ballinger [Librarian of the National Library of Wales]), Evan E. Roberts (clerk to the governors), The County School, Denbigh, 1928 (conveying the school governors' sympathy to recipient on his illness), Mary Roberts, Llangynog Rectory, Oswestry, 1905 (the inscription on the tombstone of the Rev[eren]d Evan Griffiths, rector of Llangynog, ob. 1813, and of his wife Elizabeth, ob. 1806), the Rev[erend] S. Nowell-Rostron (joint secretary of the British and Foreign Bible Society), London, 1919 (the resolution of the Society's General Committee to invite recipient to become an Honorary Governor of the Society for life), [the Reverend] John Rowlands, The Vicarage, Aberdovey, 1904 (enquiries by recipient concerning the letters, etc., of the Rev[erend] Tho[ma]s Jones), E. A. Saunderson, Dublin, undated (3) (the writer's ancestors), [the Reverend] S[amuel] Cooper Scott, St. John's Rectory, Chester, 1906 (a proposed visit by recipient to examine the St. John's registers), [the Reverend] W[illiam] J[ohn] L[immer] Sheppard, St. Peter's Vic[arage], Ipswich, 08 (the memorial inscription on the tomb of the Rev[erend] Edward Griffin, rector of the parish of St. Stephen's, Ipswich, ob. 1833, and of his wife, Elizabeth, also ob. 1833), [the Reverend] Spencer E[dward] Simms, Charmouth Rectory, Dorset, 1906 (a negative reply to a query relating to William Daw, M.D.), F[rancis] D[anvers] Sladen, British Museum, London, 1924 (3) (material recipient wished to consult in the British Museum), [Professor] W[illiam] B[arron] Stevenson, The Theological College, Bala, 01 (the revision by the writer of an unspecified MS. work), [the Reverend] H[enry] H[olmes] Stewart, The Rectory, Barry, undated (information relating to [the Reverend] Hezekiah Jones, curate of the parish of Porthkerry [late 18th century]), George Stinchcombe, Bristol, 1911 (2) (the writer's desire to prove his reputed descent from [Thomas] Charles in the belief that this would strengthen his application for a post he was desirous of obtaining, his need to contact Mr. Lloyd George in connection with his application), and A. J. Sylvester, Westminster, London, 1929 (apologising, on behalf of Mr. Lloyd George, for his having mislaid a thesis belonging to recipient).
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The description is also available in the Handlist of Manuscripts in the National Library of Wales, Volume IV (Aberystwyth, 1971).
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Formerly known as D. E. Jenkins 11.
Preferred citation: NLW MS 12741B.
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- Denbigh County School. (Subject)
- British and Foreign Bible Society (Subject)
- British Museum (Subject)
- Lloyd George, David, 1863-1945. (Subject)
- Williams, William, d. 1820 (Subject)
- Davies, John, d. ?1821 (Subject)
- Davies, Barbara, d. ?1841 (Subject)
- Bevan, Bridget, 1698-1779 (Subject)
- Wilkinson, Watts, d. ?1840 (Subject)
- Ballinger, John, 1860-1933 (Subject)
- Griffin, Edward, d. ?1833 (Subject)
- Griffiths, Evan, d. ?1813 (Subject)
- Jenkins, D. E. (David Erwyd), 1864-1937 -- Health (Subject)
- Griffiths, Elizabeth, d. ?1806 (Subject)
- Griffin, Elizabeth, d. ?1833 (Subject)
- Charles, Thomas, 1755-1814 (Subject)
- Jones, Hezekiah, d. ?1833 (Subject)
- Sylvester, Albert James, 1889- (Subject)
- Rees, John Lambert, b. 1862 (Subject)
- Foulkes-Roberts, Arthur, 1864-1941 (Subject)
- Stevenson, William Barron, 1869-1954. (Subject)
- Nowell-Rostron, Sydney, 1883-1948. (Subject)