Papers of Hugh Arthur Jones, 1916-1964; correspondence, newspaper cuttings and other papers of Priscie Roberts relating to Plaid Cymru, 1912-1980; programmes and other ephemera, 1903-1971; newspaper cuttings, 1934-1961; printed material, 1902-1960; family papers, 1881-[?1962]; photographs of Priscie Roberts and family, the Bebb family, Leila Megane and others, and of Caernarfonshire interest, 1880, 1914-1970.
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- ReferenceGB 219 XM/4595, XS/2259
- Dates of Creation1880-1980
- Name of Creator
- Language of MaterialWelsh English
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Administrative / Biographical History
Priscilla (Priscie) Roberts (fl. 1912-1980) of Glanrhydfadog, Llanddeiniolen, Caernarfonshire, was women's organiser for Plaid Cymru in Caernarfonshire until her retirement in 1973. Her family inherited property in Brynrefail, Llanddeiniolen, from Jane Owen [her aunt?]. The Rev. Hugh Arthur Jones (d. 1964) was Stipendiary Curate of Llanwnda, 1938, and Llanbeblig, 1941, and Vicar of Beddgelert, 1946, Llanidloes, Montgomeryshire, 1952, and Glanogwen, Bethesda, 1960. He was also an Officer in the Royal Army Chaplains' Department of the Territorial Army.
Arranged into the following: papers of Hugh Arthur Jones; Plaid Cymru; programme, orders of service and rememberance cards; newspaper cuttings; printed works and articles; family papers; miscellaneous; and photographs.
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Compiled by Seri Crawley and Rhys Jones for the ANW project. The following source was used to compile this description: Caernarfon Record Office, Papurau Glanrhydfadog/The Glanrhydfadog Papers, catalogue.
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