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Notes of sermons heard by Evan Owen during the period 1903-1907.

Evan Owen.

The Reverend John Jones, Tal-y-sarn, and his family,

Typescript and printed material relating to the Reverend John Jones [Calvinistic Methodist minister] of Tal-y-sarn [co. Caernarvon], and his family. The typescript items include two copies of the reminiscences (35 pp.) of Mrs. Fanny Jones, daughter of the Reverend John Jones, which, under the title 'Adgofion Mebyd yn Nhal y Sarn', had been published as a series of weekly articles in Y Dinesydd Cymreig, 15 Awst - 7 Tachwedd 1917; two incomplete copies of a biographical essay (30 pp.) on Mrs. Fanny Jones, wife of the Reverend John Jones, by 'Adgof Uwch Anghof', which likewise, under the title 'Bywyd, Cymeriad, a Dylanwad Mrs. Fanny Jones, Tal y Sarn', had been published as a series of weekly articles in the same paper, 14 Tachwedd 1917-13 Mawrth 1918; extracts from Hugh Hughes ('Tegai'): Cofiant John Jones, Talsarn [(Pwllheli, 1858)], typed on the dorse of printed copies of a circular letter in Welsh addressed by D. E. Jenkins from Denbigh to the officers of [Calvinistic Methodist] churches in the Vale of Clwyd, 1907, drawing their attention to recently published Welsh books on religious topics, and offering suggestions with regard to the formation of reading groups or societies for buying and studying these and other works of a similar nature; a copy of a letter from [the Reverend] J[ohn] Jones from Talsarn, to William Roberts, Nefyn, 1855, announcing his inability to fulfill a preaching engagement owing to pressure of work at the quarry (see Y Goleuad, 7 Tachwedd 1934, t. 4); and notes of sermons preached by John Jones ?at Denbigh in 1846. The printed material consists of a copy of Y Pulpud, cyf. II, rhif I, containing notes of a sermon preached by John Jones in Liverpool, 16 May 1853; and cuttings from Y Darlunydd, Ionawr 1877, [Y Drysorfa, 1897], and [Baner ac Amserau Cymru], 26 Gorffennaf 1905, all containing reminiscences of, or biographical notes on, the said John Jones.