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Dr Clare Taylor typescripts

  • NLW ex 3011
  • File
  • 1973-1984

Ten typescript articles and transcripts, 1973-1984, nearly all written or compiled by Dr Clare Taylor, Aberystwyth.
They comprise: (i) 'America 1851-1852', dated April 1973, a translation by Mari Ellis of the diary of Iorthryn Gwynedd (NLW MS 9521A), with an introduction by Clare Taylor; (ii) 'The Phillipps Manuscript: A Chapter in Early Welsh Migration to the West Indies and to the United States', 1973, a transcript of NLW MS 92B with an introduction by Clare Taylor (the introduction only was published, with the same title, in National Library of Wales Journal, 19.3 (Summer 1976), 243-248); (iii) 'A Description of Trinidad 1881-1882', 1973, a transcript of [?part of] NLW MS 17267D; (iv-vii) 'A Victorian Guide to Wales', 1973 and undated, four volumes containing transcripts from nineteenth-century trade directories of descriptions of individual parishes in Anglesey, Caernarvonshire, Denbighshire and Montgomeryshire; (viii) an article, 1979, entitled 'The Journal of an Absentee Proprietor: Nathaniel Phillips of Slebech', concerning NLW, Slebech Estate Records 4292-4302; (ix) 'Isaac Williams of Cardiganshire – the Christian poet – an introduction to his nature poetry', 1984, an article subsequently published in Transactions of the Honourable Society of Cymmrodorion (1986), 115-126; and (x) 'NLW MS 15505 Picton Papers and Letters', [n.d.], consisting of transcripts (and in some cases translations from the Welsh) of letters of Welsh-American interest in NLW MS 15505E, as well as NLW MS 14111D and elsewhere. Items i-iv and viii-ix are photocopied or cyclostyled, while v-vii and x are carbon copies.

Taylor, Clare, 1934-

Llythyrau Mari Ellis

Some eight hundred and fifty letters, 1948-1969, from Mari Ellis to her husband T. I. Ellis, along with a few sent by their children Marged and Rolant.

Ellis, Mari, 1913-2015

Llythyrau Tonn

Two notebooks, [?1950s], containing transcripts by T. I. Ellis of letters in the Tonn Manuscripts at Cardiff City Library.
The second volume also contains transcripts by Mari Ellis from manuscripts at the National Library of Wales.

Ellis, Mari, 1913-2015

Mari Ellis letters

Some one hundred and forty-three letters, 1953-1970 (mostly 1958-1959, 1968-1969), to Margaret Headley from Mari Ellis, including a few, in Welsh, from her children.

Ellis, Mari, 1913-2015

T. I. Ellis and Mari Ellis Papers

  • GB 0210 TIELLIS
  • Fonds
  • 1681, 1759-2015

Papers, 1681, 1759-2015, of T. I. Ellis, his wife Mari Ellis and their respective families.
The T. I. Ellis papers consist of correspondence, 1904-1970; personal papers, 1894-1970, including his diaries, 1943-1970; papers relating to his education and career, 1900-1947; financial papers, 1926-1967; papers relating to organisations including Aberystwyth Old Students' Association, the BBC, the Guild of Graduates of the University of Wales, the University of Wales and the Welsh Schoolboys Camp Movement, 1920-1979; papers of committees and commissions with which he was involved, 1932-1968; papers relating to ecclesiastical affairs, the Church in Wales and related bodies, 1909-1991; and correspondence, drafts and notes relating to his publications, 1877-1978.
The Mari Ellis papers, 1681, 1759-2015, include correspondence; diaries, 1930-2014; papers relating to her work in journalism and broadcasting, 1948-2004; and research papers, [?early 20 cent.]-[2008x2010].
Also included are papers relating to the Charles family of Carmarthen and the Davies family of Aberystwyth and Cwrtmawr, 1791-1920; and papers and correspondence relating to T. E. Ellis, 1870-1963, Mrs Annie J. Ellis (later Hughes-Griffiths), 1873-1942, the Rev. Peter Hughes-Griffiths, 1871-1940, J. H. Davies, 1883-1929, and the Headley family, [1890x1896]-[2000s].

Ellis, T. I. (Thomas Iorwerth), 1899-1970

These hundred years

A series of six manuscript lectures, [?late 1960s], by T. I. Ellis on aspects of the recent history of the Anglican Church in Wales (96 pp.). Also included is a translation into Welsh, [1973], of the fifth lecture, by his widow Mari Ellis, for publication (see T. I. Ellis, 'Yr Eglwys yng Nghymru rhwng y ddau Ryfel Byd', Diwinyddiaeth, 24 (1973), 29-38), as well as some related correspondence, 1972-1973.

Ellis, Mari, 1913-2015

Llawysgrifau Mari Ellis,

Llawysgrifau yn dwyn y teitlau 'Llwch yn y llyfrau', a 'Y Ferch o Fawddwy' [a enillodd y goron yn Eisteddfod Powys 1952 ac a gyhoeddwyd fel Awelon Darowen gan Mari Headley yn 1965] .

Ellis, Mari, 1913-2015