A collection of 40 diaries written by David Tegid Jones. They represent his observations on the vagaries of the weather, on buying and selling, on the movements of farm-servants, on books (occasionally), and on religious matters. Nos. 37-40 reflect the effects of the Great War upon the countryside - upon prices, the gathering of harvests, the economic constriction. There are also frequent references to attendances at meetings and committees.
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- ReferenceGB 222 GOP
- Dates of Creation1872-1919
- Name of Creator
- Language of Materialwelsh
- Physical Description0.75 linear metre
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Administrative / Biographical History
David Tegid Jones was an enterprising and intelligent farmer in the Merioneth highlands. The writer of these diaries was also for many years a councillor and a member of certain public bodies.
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Presented by Mrs Jones of Goppa Farm, Trawsfynydd, daughter of the late Councillor David Tegid Jones.
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