- NLW MS 12738C.
Part of D. E. Jenkins Manuscripts,
Thirty-seven letters, etc., from Ifan ab Owen Edwards, Llanuwchllyn, 27 (a meeting of the Welsh History Group of the Guild of Graduates of the University of Wales, in connection with the proposed Bibliography [of the History of Wales (Cardiff, 1931)]), [the Reverend] R[ichard] Meredith] Edwards, Ysbytty Vicarage, Bettws y Coed, 06 (a reply to recipient's query concerning the Rev[erend] Evan Hughes, minister of Ysbytty, circa 1781-1783, with tracings of his signature [from the parish register]), T. H. Elliott (deputy master and comptroller), Royal Mint, London, 1914 (2) (a request by recipient to be allowed to inspect records at the Mint), [the Reverend] D[avid] D[avies] Evans, Llangunnor Vicarage, 1906 (searches in the parish registers for Bowen and Charles entries, 1810- 1820), Henry Evans, Caerfarchell, Solva, 1907 (a copy of the memorial inscription on the tombstone of William Williams of Llandigige, parish of St. Davids (ob. 1835), and of his son John Williams (ob. 1866), both buried at St. Davids, remarks on John Williams, an offer to recipient of a copy of Thomas Jones's work on Mr. Charles [Cofiant neu Hanes Bywyd a Marwolaeth y Parch. Thomas Charles . . . wedi ei gyfieithu a'i gasglu gan y Parchedig Thomas Jones . . . (Bala, 1816)]), [the Reverend] J[ohn] O[wen] Evans, Nevern Vicarage, 1906 (searches in the parish registers for entries relating to members of the Bowen family of Llwyngwair), Richard Evans, Maestryfar, Bontddu [co. Merioneth], 1905 (2) (a reply to recipient's queries concerning John Evans [paternal grandfather of Sarah, wife of the Reverend Thomas Charles], and Maestryfar farm, parish of Llanelltyd, home of the said John Evans, reference to the Clogau gold mine in the vicinity), W. R. Evans (clerk of the peace, co. Denbigh), Ruthin, 1918 (a testimonial for recipient), Owen Ffowc, Bettws, Abergele, 1911 (the financial difficulties of the [Calvinistic Methodist] church at Llysfaen in the Abergele district), the Rev[erend] S[amuel] E[dward] V[alpy] Filleul, All Saints Rectory, Dorchester, undated (a reply to queries regarding persons bearing the surnames Rowe and Hine), [the Reverend] W[illiam] H[enry] Fletcher, The Vicarage, Wrexham, undated (the marriage of Marian Jones of Wrexham and Thomas Rice Charles, 1806) Idris Ll[ewelyn] Foster, The University of Liverpool, 1937 (returning an unspecified work ? submitted by recipient for comment), [the Reverend] C[hristopher] W[illiam] Fullmer, Clifton Reynes Rectory, Newport Pagnell, 06 (information concerning the Rev[erend] Thomas Jones, curate of the parish of Clifton, circa 1772- 1792, who, in 1768, had been expelled from St. Edmund Hall, Oxford, and later had been befriended by Lady Huntingdon), I. E. Gibbon, Whitehall [London], 1914 (facilities for recipient to examine records at the Mint), [the Reverend] A[lfred] J[ohn] M[organ] Green, Halkyn Rectory, near Holywell, 1906 (a record of the burial of David Ellis of Halkyn, 1799), Francis Green, St. Davids, 1914 (a request for copies of vols. I and II of West Wales Historical Records), O. Gwilym Griffith, Peniel, Dinbych, 1911 (an effort to be made by Saron [Calvinistic Methodist] church, Denbigh, to collect £60), [the Reverend] D[aniel] Griffiths, Llangranog Rectory, 1906 (an extract from the parish register recording the marriage of Brigetta Dorothea Price of Llangranog, and the Rev[eren]d Simon Lloyd of the parish of Llanykil, co. Merioneth, 1789), [the Reverend] J[ames] O[wen] Hannay, The Rectory, Westport, co. Mayo, 05 (information concerning [the Reverend Thomas] Grace, rector of Aughaval (Westport), circa 1800-1838), [the Reverend] Thomas Harries, Llanwonno Vicarage, 1907 (entries in the Llanwonno register relating to John Williams, baptised 1783, buried 1864), David R[obert] Harris (principal), Normal College, Bangor, 1915 (enclosing a testimonial in support of recipient's application for a teaching post, comments on the teaching of geography), C[harles] H[arold] Herford (professor of English at Manchester University, and previously at the University College of Wales, Aberystwyth), Manchester, 15 (enclosing a testimonial in support of recipient's application for a teaching post), [the Reverend] J[ohn] O[ldham] Hichens, Guilsborough, Northampton, 06 (2) (an extract from the Guilsborough register, and further information concerning the Rev[erend] Thomas Sikes, vicar of the parish, ob. 1834), [the Reverend] J[ohn] St. Clere Hick, Christ Church Vic[arage], Macclesfield, 06 (the date of death of Charles Roe, ob. 1781 [who had been responsible for building Christ Church]), [the Reverend] A[ndrew Albert] V[ictor] Hogg, St. Mary's Rectory, Gowran, co. Kilkenny, 07 (a reply to a query concerning [the Reverend] Mr. [Robert] Shaw, vicar of St. John's, Kilkenny, in the early 19th century), [the Reverend] Henry Hughes [Calvinistic Methodist minister], Llangybi Station, Chwilog, 06 (a request for a loan of 'llyfr Hughes Llanuwchlyn ar Mr. Charles' [the Reverend William Hughes (ed.) : Life and Letters of the Rev. Thos. Charles, B.A., of Bala (Rhyl, 1881)], in order to consult parts of the 'Welsh Looking Glass' [the Reverend Thomas Jones: The Welsh Looking Glass, or Thoughts on the State of Religion in North Wales (London, 1812)], which appeared therein, recipient's work on Thomas Charles, drawing recipient's attention to Charles correspondence published [under the title 'Gohebiaeth y Parchedig Thomas Charles, B.A., o'r Bala'] in Y Traethodydd, 1899, two contemporary letters [relating to the ordination debate amongst the Calvinistic Methodists, 1809-1810], published by the writer in Y Drysorfa, 1894), [the Reverend] H[ugh] O. Hughes [Calvinistic Methodist minister], Henllan [co. Denbigh], 1910-1911 (2) (financial matters relating to the church at Henllan), the Rev[erend] J. E. Hughes (North Wales District Secretary, The Religious Tract Society), Carnarvon, 1910 (a proposal to produce a Welsh text-book for the study of the Bible in schools and colleges), M. Hughes, ?Cardigan, 02 (thanking recipient for his book on Beddgelert), T. R. Hughes (headmaster of Houldsworth School), Reddish, Stockport, 35 (personal, the writer's impressions of the school, visits to the Manchester Central Reference Library), and Fred G. Humphreys, Carmarthen, 1904-1906 (2) (searches in the diocesan records in the St. David' s Diocesan Registry, Carmarthen).