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Webley-Parry papers series 5
Acc. 2680Ref: WP/5/10-12Reference:
[GB 0212] WP/5/10-12Title:
3 itemsScope and Content:WP/5/10
Elderly woman, cameo cut from larger image, in oval mount, now in leather case. The sitter can be identified as Catherine A. Webley-Parry late of Noyadd Trefawr, in around 1861 - Catherine Angharad, née Davies, who married William Henry Webley-Parry, whose daughter, Mary Elizabeth, married the Rev. Francis Kewley. See WP/5/1/42.WP/5/11
Cabinet card, group in fancy dress at door of Blaenpant mansion, was included loose in Angharad Webley Parry’s Frankfort album (WP/6/4). Notes on reverse, pencil and ink (in parenthesis) ‘L to R. Charles Hope, Min Munro, John Dodgson, Connie Gabler (Married George Tyler), Mr Jones (tutor to Frank Kewley).
Ornate silver or silvered frame (damaged at corners) containing coloured portrait photographs, cut-down cartes de visite, of the Misses Webley-Parry of Glanhelig.
1. Woman seated at a table with book, by Elliott & Fry of Portman Square. Identified on reverse as Miss E. W. Parry. [Eliza, or Elizabeth, Webley-Parry]
2. Woman, Ellen Webley-Parry, standing, reading book, by Bennett of Worcester and Malvern. Image matched by carte de visite, also by Bennett (WP/5/1/44).
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