File NLW MS 7760E - Monmouthshire miscellanea

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NLW MS 7760E


Monmouthshire miscellanea


  • [1879] x [1933] (Creation)

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Fifty-three files of unbound material accumulated by Bradney during the preparation of A History of Monmouthshire and containing press and proof copies, transcripts and abstracts of, and extracts from, manuscripts, deeds and documents, holograph and autograph letters, pedigrees and genealogical notes, press cuttings, etc., generally arranged under parishes. Much of the material is in the autographs of friends and official copyists. This volume contains letters, 1923; and photostat facsimiles of the introduction and dedicatory portions of NLW MS 641C, in the autograph of George Parry, son of James Parry of Ewyas Lacy, and of the pedigrees of Gwilym Pue of Penrhyn, near Bangor, Caernarvonshire, from NLW MS 4710B.

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Welsh, English, Latin

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See also NLW MSS 641, 4710.

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Formerly known as Bradney 200.


Preferred citation: NLW MS 7760E

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  • Text: NLW MS 7760E.