Transcripts and documents made by Jones for his book on the American loyalists, The Loyalists of Massachusetts: Their memorials, petitions and claims (St Catherine Press, 1930).
Jones, Edward Alfred
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- ReferenceGB 96 MS 925
- Dates of Creationc1930
- Name of Creator
- Language of MaterialEnglish
- Physical Description11 boxes
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Administrative / Biographical History
Jones wrote several books on loyalists in the American Revolution, including The Loyalists of New Jersey; their memorials, petitions, claims etc from English Records (1927), The Loyalists of Massachusetts; their memorials, petitions, claims etc (1930) and The Society or Garrison of Fort Williamsburg; the Old Glynllivon Volunteers (1935). He also wrote books about church plate and the plate of other institutions, including The Old Plate of the Cambridge Colleges (1910), The Old Royal Plate in the Tower of London (1908), The Plate of Eton College (1938), Catalogue of the Plate of Merton College, Oxford (1938) and The Church Plate of the Diocese of Bangor (1906).
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Nottinghamshire Archives hold notes on Nottinghamshire church plate,  (Ref: D DTS 14/9/1-2).
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The collection was transferred from the Institute of Historial Research, of which Jones was a member, in 1938.