Clergy -- Wales



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Clerical institutions,

A manuscript containing a list of parishes in Wales, with the names of the incumbents from the sixteenth century to 1840 and the dates of their institution.


Miscellanea in the hand of Walter Davies mainly connnected with his work as a clergyman and comprising notes on scripture, sermons, prayers, etc.

'Nefydd' miscellanea

Miscellaneous papers, including 'A New Plan for me at school Llansilin 1834' signed 'Wm Roberts', 'Ysgolion Cymru a Chyfroddion y Llywodraeth', 'Ansefydlogrwydd serch tuag at weinidogion yr Efengyl', a copy of a printed circular - The Advantages of Government Inspection of Schools - by W. Roberts, Agent for the British [and] Foreign School Society for South Wales, Blaina, April 17, 1855, 'Terms of Union To be subscribed by parties desirous of uniting their schools with the National Society', 'The spread of Baptist principles in Wales', etc.

Rev. Rees Jenkin Jones papers

The group comprises letters, diaries, account books, scrapbooks, etc., 1807-1924, reflecting his career as a Unitarian minister, editor, schoolteacher and hymn writer; his theology and his interest in Unitarian history.


The living of Llanfairclydogau

Letters, 1859-60, mainly to Lord Carrington, patron of the living of Llanfairclydogau, Cardiganshire, which became vacant in 1859, from clergymen soliciting the living or persons supporting the applications of some of the candidates.