- 1755-1759. (Creation)
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Twenty holograph letters, 1755-9, from John Owen (d. 1759), Galltvadog and London, nearly all to his uncle, Edward Hughes. The letters are among those published in the supplement to Additional Letters of the Morrises of Anglesey (1735-1786) ed. Hugh Owen (Y Cymmrodor, Vol XLIX, Part II (1949), pp. 874-959). At the end of the volume are transcripts of six letters, 1758, from John Owen to E[van] Evans ('Ieuan Brydydd Hir'); the originals of these letters are in NLW MS 2039.
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Preferred citation: 601E.