File NLW MS 1425C - Extracts from the Vairdre Book

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NLW MS 1425C


Extracts from the Vairdre Book


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Prof. Edward Arthur Lewis (1880-1942), historian, was born at Llangurig, Montgomeryshire, and educated at Oswestry, Llanidloes, University College of Wales, Aberystwyth, and the London School of Economics. He became assistant lecturer in Welsh History at UCW Aberystwyth in 1910, becoming Professor of Economics in 1912 and Professor of Welsh History in 1930. He married Elizabeth Thomas, vice-principal of Barry Training College, Glamorgan, in 1925, and they both died in 1942.

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Extracts by E.A. Lewis from 'The Vairdre Book' by George Owen.

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Formerly known as Henry Owen 85

'The Vairdre Book' is now deposited in the National Library (Bronwydd MS 3)


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