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1859Certificate of Naturalization – Declaration of Intention of Rowland Whittington of Allen County, Ohio (1859)
Certificate of Naturalization – Declaration of Intention of Rowland Whittington of Allen County, Ohio, dated October 6, 1859.
Collection: Ohio/ Private: Elizabeth Roberts;   Language: English; (2 images)
1871-1975Record book of The Welsh Congregational Conference of Southern Ohio (Y Gymanfa), 1871-1975
Record book of The Welsh Congregational Conference of Southern Ohio (also referred to as the Central South Association of Welsh Congregational Churches), containing a copy of the Constitution; list of the locations of the Gymanfa across the state since 1871 and minutes and notes of the annual meetings.
Collection: Ohio/ Oak Hill ;   Language: English+Welsh; (419 images)
1880-1948James H Lloyd Collection
The collection consists of 17 photographs of James H. Lloyd of Oak Hill’s ancestors. A photograph of Mary Evans Lloyd Jones (c. 1880) and a family portrait of David A. and Ann Thomas Lloyd and children (c. 1890) are of his paternal ancestry while the remainder are of his maternal ancestry, relating to the family of Rees[e] N. Edwards of Madison Township, Jackson County. He was born in Wales in 1854 and a member of the ‘Brynele’ clan of Nantcwnlle, Cardiganshire. There are several photographs of him, including one of him standing outside Newt Evans’ Blacksmith shop in Oak Hill (c. 1908) and in the reception of Edwards Hotel, Oak Hill (1926) together with that of his family and also many of his four daughters – Elizabeth, Margaret, Estella and Ada, who performed as the popular Edwards Sisters Quartette. A photograph of their home church, Moriah, in the snow and the farmhouse of John O. Lloyd [the son of David and Ann Lloyd], whom Elizabeth married in 1913 also form part of the group together with Fox Den School and an audience outside Nebo Church.
Collection: Ohio/ Private: James H Lloyd; (25 images)
1944Dan T. Davis, A condensed history of the Sunday School Conference of the Presbyterian Churches of Jackson and Gallia counties for the century beginning in 1844 (1944)
The booklet detailing one hundred years of Sunday School furtherance published as part of the centenary celebrations held near Oak Hill, Ohio in August 1944 of the founding of the Sunday School Conference of the former Calvinistic Methodist, now the Presbyterian churches of Jackson and Gallia counties.
Collection: Ohio/ Private: Marilyn Davis Payne;   Language: English; (23 images)
1976Gymanfa Ganu Program (1976)
1776 - Bi-Centennial - 1976
Gymanfa Ganu
Collection: NLW ;   Language: English; (2 images)
1984Venedocia Gymanfa Ganu Program (1984)
Annual Gymanfa Ganu, Salem Presbyterian Church, Venedocia, Van Wert County.
Collection: NLW ;   Language: English; (3 images)

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