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Reference: [GB 0212] MUS/497
Date(s): 1879-1933
Level: Fonds
Extent: 8 items
Scope and content: Ephemera and other items relating to Evan Davies of Powell Street, Aberystwyth.

MUS/497/1. Booklet: The Duties of Wesleyan Stewards by Edward Workman. Eleventh edition, revised. London published for the compiler at the Wesleyan Conference Office. The volume explores the duties of Circuit, Society, Poor and Chapel Stewards. 
1879

MUS/497/2. Certificate of registry of birth of Evan Davies born 12 September 1881 and registered 30 September 1881 by D.H. Evans, Registrar of the Aberystwyth sub-district. 
1881

MUS/497/3. Certificate of baptism of Evan, son of Evan and Elizabeth Davies of Powell Street, Aberystwyth born on 12 September 1881 and baptised by John Griffiths, Wesleyan Minister 18 October 1881.  
1881

MUS/497/4. Collection of bus and tram tickets for routes in London, with advertisements for a range of products including Doctor's China Tea; Maypole Margarine; Pear's Soap; Lockwood and Bradley, London's Leading Tailors; J. Sainsbury ('sells the very best nuts and milk margarine'); Satinette Enamel Paint; Cameron's Coals &c. 45 items.
 c. 1910

MUS/497/5. Booklet: Port Sunlight and Its People, 24pp, fully illustrated describing the Port Sunlight soap manufactory and community on the Wirral. 
C. 1911

MUS/497/6. Table of Ad Valorem Stamp Duties. Inland Revenue, Somerset House, London. 
May 1913

MUS/497/7. Printed sheet of hymns to be sung at the burial of the Revd. Griffith Parry (1852-1921), minister in the Llanbadarn area for 37 years, at his burial on 6 April 1921. With details of his life of service, and a photograph. Published by the [italic:Welsh Gazette
, Aberystwyth.
1921

MUS/497/8. Envelope with handwritten extract from the Minutes (unspecified ), concerning the proposed clearance of houses under public health legislation. Notes in shorthand on the other side. The envelope is addressed to E. Davies, Hill Crest, Powell Street, Aberystwyth.
12 September 1933
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