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Gee, Thomas, 1780-1845, printer.
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The sixth of seven volumes of about six hundred letters mainly addressed to Thomas Gee and relating to a variety of subjects particularly in the fields of education, temperance reform, religious movements, and political questions. -- The principal correspondents are Gethin Davies, 1884; R. J. Derfel, 1868; Dr. Lewis Edwards, 1837; Margaret Evans, Denbigh, 1837; Alec. Gordon Fraser, 1842; Edward Williams Gee, 1837; Mary Ann Gee, 1837; Robert Foulkes Gee; Sarah Gee, 1837; Thomas Gee, senior, 1837; Thomas Gee, 1837-97; D. Lloyd George, 1891-1913; John Griffith ('Y Gohebydd'), 1869; J. Towyn Jones, 1898.


The apprenticeship indenture of Thomas Gee (senior) to William Collister Jones and Thomas Crane, printers, Chester, 14 Jan. 1796; a copy of a letter from Abel Simner to John Cartwright, 1837, concerning Thomas Gee's adoption as a Calvinistic Methodist preacher; a copy-book containing a list of visitors at Fron Cottage, and of presents received, October 1842; a note of hand by leading Methodists at Denbigh for their contribution towards building a British School, 1849; a Welsh poem beginning 'Oes neb a ystyr wrth fy nghwyn'; a note relating to a canvass for James Maurice at Denbigh, 1857; a resolution of thanks by Flintshire Monthly Meeting to Thomas Gee for his evidence before the Parliamentary Education Committee, 1867; letters relating to elections in Brecknockshire and Denbighshire, [?1868]; a list of employees of Thomas Gee; addresses by the Abergele district of Sunday Schools to Thomas Gee, 1873 and 1891; circulars relating to the Liberation Society, 1883-1887; circulars and papers relating to the Welsh National Testimonial to Thomas Gee, 1896-1897; notes of an address by Thomas Gee on the Sunday School; a fragment of an autobiography containing an account of an apparition, 1757; lists of persons who were present at the funeral of Thomas Gee; reminiscences of Thomas Gee; press cuttings; and fragments of correspondence.