- 1866-1889. (Creation)
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Joseph Joseph, FSA, of Brecon (died 29 November 1890), was a collector of manuscripts and documents. He acquired manuscripts of the antiquarians Theophilus Jones (1759-1812) and William Owen Pughe (1759-1835). His collection was expanded by his grandson, Capt. James Buckley (1869-1924) of Castell Gorfod, St Clears, Carmarthenshire, author of Genealogies of the Carmarthenshire Sheriffs (Carmarthen, 1910-1913, 2 vols).
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Nine letters, 1866-1889, to D. Silvan Evans from Joseph Joseph, FSA, Brecon [d. 1890] (bibliographical matters, reference to a row over the appointment of the Rev. David Lewis to a canonry in St Davids cathedral, mention of the (Isaac) Bonsall collection of coins, etc.).
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Preferred citation: 910B.
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- St. Davids Cathedral (Subject)
- Evans, D. Silvan (Daniel Silvan), 1818-1903 -- Correspondence (Subject)
- Joseph, Joseph, 1825?-1890 -- Correspondence (Subject)
- Bonsall, Isaac (Subject)