file P2/22 - Llythyrau L (Lewis, S-Llwyd)

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Llythyrau L (Lewis, S-Llwyd)


  • [1936]-[1968] (Creation)

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1 ffolder (0.5 cm.)

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Timothy Lewis (1877-1958), Welsh literary scholar, was born in Efail-wen, Cilymaenllwyd, Pembrokeshire. He graduated from University College, Cardiff, in 1904, and went on to undertake research into early Welsh at Manchester and Berlin. He joined the University College, Aberystwyth, in 1910 as assistant lecturer and later became reader in Celtic Palaeography. He served in the Royal Artillery in France, 1915-1918. Timothy Lewis married Nellie Myfanwy Evans (1885-1968) in 1910, and had a son and a daughter.

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Llythyrau, [1936]-[1968]. Ymhlith y gohebwyr mae Timothy Lewis (2), [D.] Myrddin Lloyd (3), D. Tecwyn Lloyd (6), Bob Lloyd ('Llwyd o'r Bryn') (6) [cyhoeddwyd llythyrau Bob Lloyd yn 1966 mewn cyfrol Diddordebau Llwyd o'r Bryn a olygwyd gan Trebor Lloyd Evans], a T. Alwyn Lloyd (1).

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Preferred citation: P2/22

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  • Text: P2/22 (7).