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Benjamin Jones, Pwllheli

Sermons written by Benjamin Jones (1756-1823), Congregational minister, Pwllheli, and preached at various places in Caernarvonshire, Anglesey, etc.; poems, including 'Can Sion Llywelin ar y chwain y Gwybed ar Clêr', 'Can ar yr Athrawon sy'n mynd allan ir Byd', and 'Annerch caredigol im Brodyr sydd yn mynd dan enw Methodist'; 'Catalogue of Books at Abergavenny and Elsewhere'; etc.

Jones, Benjamin, 1756-1823

Joseph Herbert Canning Manuscripts,

  • GB 0210 JOSING
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  • [1921]-[1929] /

Notes and transcripts made by Joseph Herbert Canning relating to local history, in particular to Catholic history in Monmouthshire, [1921]-[1929].

Canning, Joseph Herbert, d. 1940.

Llanwenarth and Abergavenny deeds

Original bundle of deeds and papers relating to messuages and lands in parish of Llanwenarth and the town and parish of Abergavenny, Monmouthshire, bought in 1782 by William Morgan of the parish of St George Hanover Square, Middlesex, esq., from Rev. John Castleman, one of the prebendaries of Bristol cathedral, and Francis Lewis the younger of Abergavenny, esq. The papers include a schedule of deeds, 1684-1752.