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1882-1907Autograph album with entries by individuals from Ohio
Autograph album presented to Mrs N. M. Jones by her brother, William David on his return home from America, April 1882. It contains entries by individuals from Cincinnati and Youngstown, Ohio and some from England and Wales.
Collection: NLW ;   Language: English+Welsh; (71 images)
1890-1952Photographic collection of the Welsh-American Heritage Museum, Oak Hill
The collection consists of 19 photographs from the Welsh-American Heritage Museum, Oak Hill. A photograph of Evan C. Jones and Elizabeth, his wife of Jackson County, c. 1890 with a newspaper cutting of an obituary of their son, Evan C. Jones (d. 1910) attached to the mount; a group portrait of Rev. W. R. Evans and others; and a family portrait of the family of Rees[e] N. Edwards of Jackson County form part of this collection. There are several photographs taken at Nebo Church, Gallia County: a photograph of Rev. A. R. Jones and his family outside the parsonage of Nebo Church c. 1908 and another of them standing near Nebo, circa 1912; there are also photographs, taken in the early 1960s, of various ministers and members of the congregation standing in the pulpit and a photograph of a crowd at noon outside the church. A group of photographs relating to Soar Church, Jackson County, also forms part of the collection: a photograph of Soar Church, a reunion at Soar Church, 1927 and a reunion of an unknown date. A photograph of Welsh Americans in Welsh costume, Ironton, 1913; a photograph of Sardis Church, Jackson County and of teachers and pupils of Jaimes School, Jackson County, 1896 is included, together with a photograph of the Old Jefferson Furnace and employees, 1896 and The Aetna Fire Brick Company employees, 1941 of Oak Hill, Jackson County. Also, a photograph of the workers that built a road in the cemetery at Horeb Church, 1952.
Collection: Ohio/ Oak Hill ; (27 images)
1900-1901Program of the Nineteenth and Twentieth Century Eisteddfod of The Central Ohio Eisteddfod Association (1900/1901)
Program of the Nineteenth and Twentieth Century Eisteddfod under the auspices of The Central Ohio Eisteddfod Association, held in The Auditorium, Columbus, Ohio on December 31, 1900 and January 1, 1901.
Collection: Ohio/ Oak Hill ;   Language: English+Welsh; (58 images)
Marilyn Davis Payne Collection The Marilyn Davis Payne collection consists of a group of printed material relating to the history of churches and worship in Jackson and Gallia counties; two newspaper articles – one on the history of the first Welsh settlers in Ohio and the other recording the Oak Hill Bicentennial in 1976; a booklet compiled by Dan T. Davis on “Us” Davises [1950] where he traces the history of his family who emigrated from Cardiganshire to Ohio; and a program for a reunion of the descendants of David and Elizabeth Davies of Pyllau Duon, Cardiganshire in 1985. A photograph is also included.
Collection: Ohio/ Private: Marilyn Davis Payne;
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1985Roland L. Edwards (compiled and ed.), A history of Moriah (1985)
A pamphlet on the history of Moriah as compiled and edited by Roland L. Edwards for its Sesquicentennial on October 12, 13, 1985. Moriah Church and Cemetery was founded in 1835 and recorded here are the 150 years of service at Madison Township, Jackson County, and is said to be the oldest in the Jackson and Gallia Circuit of Welsh Calvinistic Methodist churches.
Collection: Ohio/ Private: Marilyn Davis Payne;   Language: English; (40 images)
n.d.Photograph of Watkins tombstone in Pike Run Cemetery
A photograph of the Watkins tombstone in Pike Run Cemetery, Gomer, Allen County commemorating Thomas Watkins who died in 1891 and his wife Jane Watkins who died in 1884. The photograph is attached to a photocopy of the obituaries of both, printed at the time of their deaths. Thomas Watkins was a native of Dolau, Llanerfyl, Montgomeryshire and settled in Sugar Creek Township, Allen County in 1833 following his marriage to Jane of Paddy’s Run, Butler County two years previously.
Collection: Ohio/ Private: Betty Watkins; (1 image)

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