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1 Bangor University: Bodiwan Papers

The papers of Michael D. Jones and his family consist of :
Deeds and legal papers dating from the 17th century, relating to various family properties located in Flintshire, Denbighshire and Merioneth. Some items, including rent and account books for 1852-1865, relate to the Plas yn rhal estate, R...

2 Bangor University: D. G. Goodwin Papers

Quotations taken from the Journal of Researches into the Natural History and Geology of the countries visited during the voyage round the world of H.M.S. Beagle by Charles Darwin.
Notes and cuttings taken from Baner ac amserau Cymru and other newspapers regarding the Welsh colony in Patagonia, 18...

3 Bangor University: Dr E. Pan Jones Papers

A varied collection of papers consisting of letters and circulars and note-books, some of which bear the names of prominent Welshmen, and which reflect the nature of the interests of E. Pan Jones e.g. the Keltic League, the Welsh in Patagonia, the troubles of the Bala Independent College. Three note...

4 Bangor University: E. J. Williams Papers

A collection consisting of : A letter book, 1893-1907 in which most letters are addressed to Mr Lockwood who represented the interests of the Chubut Railway in Buenos Ayres. Their content reflects the problems faced by the Welsh immigrants - the threat of Indians, the unstable economy, floods etc. T...

5 Bangor University: Memorandum respecting Welsh Colony

Memorandum respecting Welsh Colony, 1866 September 23, which consists of questions and answers concerning the supply of stores to the colony; the questions being put (according to an accompanying letter) by Frederick Moore, founder of the house of Moore and Tudor, merchants of Buenos Aires, and the ...

6 Bangor University: R. Bryn Williams's Patagonia Papers

Documents relating to the Welsh settlement in Patagonia including :
Letters addressed to R. Bryn Williams and others. Amongst the correspondents are Eluned Morgan, Gutyn Ebrill, Rev. Tudur Evans, Owen Gwyrfai, Ellen Williams and D. R. Daniel.
Essays and poetical works, some of which were produ...

7 Bangor University: Welsh Colonising and General Trading Company Limited Papers

Minute Book, 1861-1870, which throws light on the beginnings of the Welsh colony in Patagonia, in particular the financial aspects of the venture. The minutes also reveal that Michael D. Jones, Rev. D. Lloyd Jones and T. Cadivor Wood were the leaders.
Counterfoils Book, 1873-1874, recording payme...

8 National Library of Wales: Morgan, Eluned, manuscripts

Manuscripts and papers, [1862x1900], of or relating to Lewis Jones, pioneer of the Welsh colony in Patagonia. They comprise journals, 1862-1863, of Lewis Jones recording his exploratory visit to Patagonia; material relating to the imprisonment, 1882-1883, of Lewis Jones and R. J. Berwyn whilst atte...

9 National Library of Wales: Williams, E. R., Patagonia, papurau (papers)

Papurau E. R. Williams, yn ymwneud yn bennaf รข chapeli, ysgolion ac eisteddfodau ym Mhatagonia, 1933-1951, a phapurau Elizabeth Jeane Roberts Williams, llyfrau ysgol yn bennaf, 1945-1949. = Papers of E. R. Williams, mainly relating to chapels, schools and eisteddfodau in Patagonia, 1933-1951, and p...

10 National Library of Wales: Williams, Edward Jones, and Chubut Mercantile Company papers

Papers, 1878-1932, of Edward Jones Williams, relating mainly to the Welsh settlement in Patagonia and the Chubut Mercantile Company, comprising preparatory notes relating to the building of the Chubut Railway, c.1907, correspondence relating to both his work and to the Welsh colony, 1909-1932; and p...

11 National Library of Wales: Williams, R. Bryn, papers

Papers of and acquired by R. Bryn Williams, mainly relating to the Welsh settlement in Patagonia, including a diary of Joseph Seth Jones, one of the first wave of emigrants on the Mimosa to Patagonia, 1865, and correspondence, 1865-1868; correspondence of his brother, Robert Charles Jones, 1867-1877...

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