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D/D Gil 2: Gilbertson family papers

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GILBERTSON PERSONAL PAPERS

Letters written to Joseph Moore and Howell Gwyn, 1830-1837, and other papers 1779-1864

<D/D Gil 2/1> Book with inscription 'The names of the places we have either passed through or visited in France, Germany, Switzerland & Italy since we left England on Saturday ye 23rd June 1832'. 1832-1834
[1 small vol.]

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<D/D Gil 2/2> Letters from family and friends sent to Joseph Moore at Lincoln College, Oxford, from J. M. (John Moore, a brother), T. S. Hammett and Ellen Moore (sister) and Elizabeth Moore (aunt). 1833-1837
[6 letters]

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<D/D Gil 2/3> Letters from family and friends sent to Joseph Moore at Buckland Terrace, Plymouth, from E. Moore, 'Logic', John C. Miller and William; includes a watercolour painting by Edmund Lockyer, 1806. 1806, 1835-1837
[8 letters]

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<D/D Gil 2/4> Collection of 12 numbered magic lantern slides painted with pictures of people in Indian dress, addressed to Mrs Moore, Buckland Terrace, Plymouth. n.d., c. 1830
[1 paper, 12 lantern slides]

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<D/D Gil 2/5> Engraving of ladies' fashionable head dresses 1779 and Queen Baodicea (sic), addressed to 'Mr Gwyn, surgeon at Mr Beddingfields Hospital Gate West Smithfield, London'. 1779
[1 paper]

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<D/D Gil 2/6> Letter to Mr Gwyn from his brother M (?Mathew) concerning family news. 1823
[1 paper]

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<D/D Gil 2/7> Letter to Howell Gwyn in Vienna from J. R. Roberts, a friend, regarding Gwyn's travels and personal news. 1833
[1 paper]

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<D/D Gil 2/8> Manuscript poem entitled 'Modern Rome – a soliloquy', regarding Neath, with an engraving of the town by Newman & Co.. 14 Feb. 1864
[1 paper]

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<D/D Gil 2/9> Tin box in which the above documents were found. n.d.
[1 artefact]

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Letters and other papers relating to the marriage in 1925 of George Noel Gilbertson and Miss Helen Morris, 1924-1925

<D/D Gil 2/10> Bundle of love letters from Gill (George Noel Gilbertson) to Hel (Miss Helen Morris), referring to their forthcoming marriage, and his travels in Australia. 1925
[1 bundle of 17 letters, 1 telegram]

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<D/D Gil 2/11> Letters from Charles Gilbertson to his brother George and Helen Morris, regarding family news and the forthcoming marriage. 1924-1925
[3 letters]

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<D/D Gil 2/12> Order of Service for the marriage of Helen Morris to George Gilbertson, at St Margaret's church, Westminster. 27 May 1925
[1 paper]

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<D/D Gil 2/13> Telegrams sending congratulations to Mr & Mrs George Gilbertson on their wedding day. 1925
[10 papers]

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<D/D Gil 2/14> Letters written to Helen Morris by her brother A. J. Harington Morris, concerning family news and her forthcoming marriage to George Gilbertson. n.d. and 1925
[6 letters]

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<D/D Gil 2/15> Letters of congratulation written to Helen Morris by friends. 1924-1925
[5 letters]

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Diaries and ship's logs, 1817-1936

<D/D Gil 2/16, 17> Diaries entitled 'Collins's Memoranda', believed to be those of Eliza Bramah (née Eliza Shaw; died at Baglan 1844 aged 53), wife of Francis Bramah and mother of Joseph Bramah. 1817-1818
[2 vols., both with loose covers]

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<D/D Gil 2/18> Memorandum book of Howel Gwyn of Dyffryn recording his travels in Europe. 1834-1836
[1 small vol.]

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<D/D Gil 2/19> Log of HMS Glory (flagship of the China Squadron) kept by Midshipman George N. Gilbertson. Includes daily account of happenings aboard ship, including wind, weather and temperature readings, maps, technical drawings of machinery and photographs of the ship. Papers found in volume include details of the naval career of George Gilbertson, explanation that the keeping of such a log was part of an officer's training, and biography and picture of John William Bailey. 18 Sept. 1903-6 June 1905
[1 vol.]

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<D/D Gil 2/20> Diary of Arthur G. Gilbertson travelling to America. Oct. 1935-June 1936
[1 vol.]

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Game books 1919-1988

<D/D Gil 2/21> Game book of Charles Gilbertson. Sept.-Dec. 1919
[1 vol.]

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<D/D Gil 2/22-24> Game books of Arthur G. Gilbertson. 1926-1988
[3 vols.]

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<D/D Gil 2/25> Loose papers, invitations to shoots, photographs of shooting parties and press cuttings, found in D/D Gil 2/23 above. 1962-1988
[1 envelope]

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Certificates, 1918-1952

<D/D Gil 2/26> Grant of the dignity of an Officer of the Order of the British Empire to Mrs Edith Moore-Gwyn. 3 June 1918
[1 paper]

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<D/D Gil 2/27> Certificate of admission of Charles Geoffrey Gilbertson to the Order of the Hospital of St John of Jerusalem as an officer. 22 May 1936
[1 parchment]

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<D/D Gil 2/28> Certificate of admission of Ellen Christabel Gilbertson to the Order of the Hospital of St John of Jerusalem as a serving sister. 17 Feb. 1939
[1 parchment]

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<D/D Gil 2/29> The Venerable Order of the Hospital of St John of Jerusalem, Priory for Wales: appointment of Arthur Geoffrey Gilbertson as president of the Pontypridd area. 26 June 1952
[1 paper]

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Marriage of Charles Gilbertson and Ellen Moore-Gwyn, 1908

<D/D Gil 2/30> Indexed volume recording wedding gifts given to Charles Geoffrey Gilbertson and Ellen Christabel Moore-Gwyn on their marriage. 1908
[1 vol.]

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Cricket score book, 1908-1931

<D/D Gil 2/31> Cricket score book recording matches played by Mr C. Gilbertson's XI against other local sides, 1922-1931. Found in the volume: pencil drawings of Arthur and Nancy Gilbertson, c. 1930; postcards of St David's Cathedral, and press cutting relating to the marriage of Charles Gilbertson and Ellen Moore-Gwyn, 1908. 1908-1931
[1 vol.]

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Ephemera, 1919-1936

<D/D Gil 2/32> Menu and programme for a banquet at the Constitutional Club, Neath, with signatures of other guests. 1919
[1 card, cut in half]

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<D/D Gil 2/33> Bundle of bills for petrol, silverware, jewellery, clothes, flowers, a car, cigarettes, accommodation and club membership, to Arthur Gilbertson. 1931-1935
[1 bundle]

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<D/D Gil 2/34> Menus for luncheon and dinner aboard the Cunard White Star liner Queen Mary. 7-8 Aug. 1936
[3 cards]

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Scrap books 1890-1950s

<D/D Gil 2/35> Scrap book of press cuttings relating to Gilbertson, Thomas, Moore-Gwyn and Vivian family marriages, coming-of-age ceremonies and parties. 1890-1936
[1 vol., includes loose papers]

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<D/D Gil 2/36> Scrap book containing loose photographs and press cuttings relating to the life of Arthur Geoffrey Gilbertson (1913-1991), including photographs of him as a child, his schools (with dates of attendance), time at Oxford and in America, work at foundries, his marriage to Hilarie Williams-Thomas, public life and career in metal founding. 1913-1950s
[1 vol., includes loose papers]

***

<D/D Gil 2/37> Book of newspaper cuttings collected by Arthur Gilbertson, relating to the tinplate industry, the Gilbertsons' works and Richard Thomas & Baldwins, and family events. 1932-1946
[1 vol., includes loose papers]

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Files of genealogical notes compiled by Nannette Pearce and Arthur Gilbertson, c. 1870-2001

Bramah family

<D/D Gil 2/38> File entitled 'Bramah', including notes on the Bramah family; photograph of portrait of the inventor Joseph Bramah; booklet entitled Celebration of the bi-centenary of the birth of Joseph Bramah, 1749-1814, 1949; and copies of the Edgar Allen News (published by Edgar Allen & Co. Ltd., Sheffield, including articles on Joseph Bramah and his inventions. 1949 and n.d.
[1 file of loose papers]

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<D/D Gil 2/39> File marked 'Family trees' containing family trees of the Gilbertson, Lloyd, Bramah, Jephson, Moore Gwyn and Gwynne families. compiled c. 1960s-1990s
[1 file]

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<D/D Gil 2/40> Volume entitled 'Gilbertson ancestry', containing family trees of the Gilbertson, Bramah, Leach, Jones of Brawdy, Stokes, Page, Haggard, Moore/Moore-Gwyn, Davison, Jephson, Williams/Williams-Thomas, Silvers, Thomas, Wilcox, Fox, Walker, Hemming, Bubb, Wanklin, Hughes, Guest and Grosvenor families. Those for the Gilbertson, Leach and Jones of Brawdy families cover several generations, whereas the majority give the parents of the person who married into the Gilbertson family. Enclosed: details of coats of arms of Kidwell, Moore and Gilbertson, from Burke's General Armory; page from South Wales Evening Post relating to the Gilbertsons' works at Pontardawe, 1957, and order of service for the funeral of Arthur Geoffrey Gilbertson, 1913-1991. n.d., ?1980s
[1 vol.]

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<D/D Gil 2/41> File entitled 'Gilbertson family: articles/histories & miscellaneous', containing a poem addressed to William Richardson and Kate Gilbertson on their marriage by John Harries, tinplate shearer; correspondence with the Glamorgan Record Office about documents relating to Gilbertson industrial interests, 1970s; copy of 'The Gilbertsons of Pontardawe' by J. M. Davies, from Gower no. 20, 1969; copy of chapter on the Gilbertsons from John Henry Davies History of Pontardawe and District from earliest to modern times; and Newsletter of the Swansea Valley History Society Winter 1990, giving a brief description of the principal houses of the area, Gelligron, Glanrhyd, Glynteg and Brynheulog. c. 1870-1990
[1 file]

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<D/D Gil 2/42> Folder containing family tree of the Gilbertson family and genealogical tables. n.d.
[1 folder]

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<D/D Gil 2/43> File marked 'James, Matthias, William', containing correspondence with Arthur Gilbertson about his ancestors, 1956-1982; poems in praise of William Gilbertson by 'E. G.', 1859 and Brythonfryn, at the Alltwen Eisteddfod, 1876; biography of William Gilbertson; death certificate and obituary of William Gilbertson (died 1882); correspondence with the Glamorgan Record Office relating to Gilbertson industrial papers deposited there, 1970s; and letter and press cutting relating to Matthias Gilbertson, eldest son of William. 1876-1982
[1 file]

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<D/D Gil 2/44> File marked 'Arthur Gilbertson', containing notes on the life of Arthur Gilbertson, a copy of an obituary of Arthur Gilbertson from the Cambria Daily Leader, 1912; text of a talk delivered by Mrs Ellen Gilbertson to encourage support for the Girls' Friendly Society, c. 1893; a Christmas card sent by Louie Smyth to her uncle Arthur Gilbertson with a poem asking him to close the works at Pontardawe for the sake of the trees, and his reply, 1891; photographs of Charles and Ellen Gilbertson on their wedding day 1908 and on their 35th wedding anniversary 1943, and with other family members c. 1950. 1891-1970s
[1 file]

***

<D/D Gil 2/45> File marked 'Charles G. Gilbertson', containing press cuttings relating to the death of Charles Gilbertson, 1963; notes for address given at his funeral by the Vicar of Llangiwg; poem about Charles Gilbertson by D. Mainwaring, 1951; letter of instructions to his executors by Charles Gilbertson, 1958; envelope containing birth certificates of Ellen Christabel Gwyn Moore, 1884, Charles Geoffrey Gilbertson, 1884, their marriage certificate, 1908, and the death certificate of Ellen Gilbertson, 1963; and copy wills of Charles Gilbertson, dated 17 Oct. 1958 and Ellen Gilbertson, dated 4 Mar. 1963. 1884-1963
[1 file]

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<D/D Gil 2/46> File marked 'Frank William Gilbertson 1873-1929', containing biography of Frank Gilbertson with related correspondence; press cuttings relating to Frank Gilbertson; and cutting from the Dictionary of Business Biography. 1929-1981
[1 file]

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<D/D Gil 2/47> Papers relating to members of the Gilbertson family, including copy of typescript: 'Some historical facts in the life of William Gilbertson, the founder of the Firm of Messrs. William Gilbertson & Company Limited', 'Notes prepared by Arthur G. Gilbertson, June 1950' relating to William Gilbertson, his son Arthur and grandson Frank; 2 copies of address delivered by Dr David Beardsmore at Aber-craf church at the funeral of William Frederic Gilbertson (1909-1997), with covering letter; and ground plan and elevation of Brownslade Mansion. 1950-1997
[1 envelope]

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<D/D Gil 2/48> Envelope containing notes on the Moore-Gwyn and Gilbertson families, compiled by Monica von Kunhe (granddaughter of Joseph Gwyn Moore-Gwyn and Olive Gilbertson), and typed by her god-daughter Juliet and sent to Nannette Pearce. 2001
[1 envelope]

***

<D/D Gil 2/49> File marked 'Gwyn, Gwynne, Moore, Moore-Gwyn', containing article on the Gwyn family of Dyffryn from the Swansea Valley History Society paper of 1967; entry from Burke's Landed Gentry 1964 for David John Howel Moore-Gwyn; family tree and coat of arms of the Moore family of Devon; history of St Matthew's Church, Dyffryn 1871-1971 (founded by Howel Gwyn); copy of the will of Edith F. Moore-Gwyn of Longford Court, appointing Joseph Gwyn Moore-Gwyn, Howel Gwyn Moore-Gwyn and Charles G. Gilbertson as her executors, dated 4 May 1934, probate granted 23 Nov. 1934; poem about a summer excursion entitled 'Abercrave wine bibbers July 1793'; seating plan, menu and invitation for the coming of age party of David Moore-Gwyn, 1968, and published extracts of the letters of Howel Gwynne of Cynghordy, 1649-1653, printed 1868. 1793-1971
[1 file]

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<D/D Gil 2/50> File marked 'Jephson' containing notes on the Jephson family and copies from Burke's Irish Family Records on the family. Also includes family tree of the Jephson family, from Henry III and Edward I to Gwyn and Howel Moore-Gwyn, with covering letter, 1917. n.d., 1990s
[1 file]

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<D/D Gil 2/51> Volume entitled 'Kidwell Ancestry', containing family trees of the Kidwell, Amos, Braginton, Latham and Russell-Roberts families (all connected to the Gilbertsons by marriage). n.d., ?1980s
[1 file]

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<D/D Gil 2/52> File entitled 'Lloyds – genealogical tables, Leaches of Corston Pemb.', containing obituary of Mrs Eleanor Lloyd of Cilybebyll, letters from Ethel Lloyd to Arthur Gilbertson, 1940s; press cutting about the marriage of Nina Lloyd; booklets entitled The Plâs Cilybebyll Inheritance by R. J. H. Lloyd, Henry Leach and his family difficulties by R. J. H. Lloyd (reprint from Cymmrodorion 1972-3) and Henry Leach (1770-1848), collector of customs at Milford by R. J. H. Lloyd (reprint from Cymmrodorion 1957); notes on Henry Leach; family trees of the Lloyd and Leach families; copy of 'The Leach family of Castlemartin' by Roland Thorne, from The Pembrokeshire Historian 1981 no. 7. 1940s-1990s
[1 file]

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<D/D Gil 2/53> File marked 'Major Francis Jones, Lloyds, Gilbertsons (the chronicles of Brawdy)', containing a typed family history of the Lloyd family of Cilybebyll, including members of the Gilbertson family, from 1833, compiled in 1969. 1969
[1 file]

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Files of papers and other items relating to houses and local history connected with the Gilbertson, Lloyd and Moore-Gwyn families, 1908-2001

<D/D Gil 2/54> File marked 'Gellygron House' containing wages books for staff at Gelligron, 1908-1912; envelope of photographs of Gelligron house and grounds, c. 1930s; inventory and valuation of furniture and effects and silver, plate and china at Gelligron, 1948; programme for the official opening of Gelligron as an old people's home, 1956; particulars of sale of Broadlands, Bridgend (home of Mrs Ellen Christobel Gilbertson, deceased) and inventory and valuation of furniture and effects, 1964; and transcript of a lecture entitled 'The achievement of Frank Gilbertson' delivered on the 40th anniversary of his death, 1969. 1908-1969
[1 file]

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<D/D Gil 2/55> File marked 'Churches: All Saints, St Peter's, St Mary's, Ynysmeudwy, St Matthew's, Dyffryn', containing a centenary history of St Peters, Pontardawe, 1962; Llangiwg parish magazine Feb. 1963; Golden Jubilee history of St Mary's, Ynysmeudwy, 1963; press cutting marking the 70th anniversary of All Saints', Pontardawe, 1956 and text of address delivered on the 80th anniversary of All Saints'; centenary history of St Matthew's, Dyffryn, 1971; choir rules of All Saints' church, n.d.; and photographs of the Vicar (?of Llangiwg) and members of the Gilbertson family, n.d., ?1960s. 1956-1971
[1 file]

***

<D/D Gil 2/56> File marked 'Pontardawe', containing Swansea Valley History Society newsletters Winter 1986/7 (including article about Pontardawe at the beginning of the century) and Spring 1988 (including an article about Pontardawe Bridge), and copy of a chapter from John Hodge Workman's Cottage to Windsor Castle entitled 'Pontardawe tinplaters throw down tools'. n.d. and 1980s
[1 file]

***

<D/D Gil 2/57> File marked 'Abercrave' containing letter from ?Cecil Gilbertson at Abercrave House to Arthur Gilbertson his nephew, regarding family portraits at Abercrave House. 1915
[1 file containing 1 paper]

***

<D/D Gil 2/58> File marked 'Vivian Thomas' containing transcript of article in the South Wales Evening Post 1949 and 1956 copy of a letter regarding the French invasion at Fishguard, 1797 (original document is at the National Library of Wales), and a letter from Isabel Gilbertson to her grandchildren, 1954. 1950s
[1 file]

***

<D/D Gil 2/59> Bundle of correspondence sent to Nannette Pearce, including press cutting about the sale of Aber-craf house in 1996; loan of photographs, and a copy of Arthur Gilbertson's will dated 8 Mar. 1907, proved 30 Apr. 1912; and copies of documents relating to the appointment of Arthur Geoffrey Gilbertson as Sheriff of Glamorgan 1970. 1912-1996
[1 envelope]

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<D/D Gil 2/60> File marked 'Dyffryn', containing photocopies from books on the history of Neath concerning Dyffryn and the Gwyn/Moore-Gwyn family. 1990s
[1 file]

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<D/D Gil 2/61> Prospectus for Neuadd Gilbertson, a hall of residence at Swansea University (Neuadd Gilbertson was the name given to Clyne Castle, former residence of Admiral A. Walker-Heneage-Vivian, named after Frank Gilbertson, the first president of the University College of Swansea). 1956
[1 booklet]

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<D/D Gil 2/62> Sales particulars for Plâs Cilybebyll, former home of the Lloyd family. 2001
[1 file]

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Albums of portrait photographs compiled by Ellen Moore-Gwyn

<D/D Gil 2/63> Edith Moore-Gwyn (née Jephson), Joseph Edward Moore-Gwyn, Howel Gwyn, Ellen Gwyn, and 'a grandmother'. n.d., 1880s-1900s
[1 vol.]

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<D/D Gil 2/64> Gwyn, Gwladys, Ellen, Howel and Mary Moore-Gwyn as children, and their mother Edith Moore-Gwyn. n.d., 1890s
[1 vol.]

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<D/D Gil 2/65> 'Nelly Moore-Gwyn, Llandrindod Oct. 1904', containing portrait shots of members of the Moore-Gwyn, Philipps, Daniel, Webber, Gilbertson and Gulston families. 1904, 1907
[1 vol.]

***

Albums of family and travel photographs compiled by Ellen Gilbertson (née Moore-Gwyn) and her husband Geoffrey Gilbertson

<D/D Gil 2/66> Photograph album. n.d., c. 1900
[1 vol.]

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<D/D Gil 2/67> Photograph album. n.d., c. 1900
[1 vol.]

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<D/D Gil 2/68> Photograph album. n.d., c. 1900
[1 vol.]

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<D/D Gil 2/69> Photograph album. 1904
[1 vol.]

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<D/D Gil 2/70> Photograph album (Honeymoon). July 1908
[1 vol.]

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<D/D Gil 2/71> Photograph album. 1913-1918
[1 vol.]

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<D/D Gil 2/72> Photograph album. 1918-1920
[1 vol.]

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<D/D Gil 2/73> Photograph album. 1921-1922
[1 vol.]

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<D/D Gil 2/74> Photograph album. 1923-1925
[1 vol.]

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<D/D Gil 2/75> Photograph album. 1908, 1929, 1937-8, 1948-9
[1 vol.]

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Photograph albums relating to Commander George N. Gilbertson, his wife Helen (née Morris), and her family

<D/D Gil 2/76> Album containing family photographs of the Morris family, letters written by Nannette Christian (married Capt. A. G. Harington Morris 1891), 1870s-1880s, invitations to parties, menu and list of guests at the Empire Day and Jubilee banquet at Grosvenor House, 24 May 1935, and certificate of appointment of Helen Augusta Morris as masseuse in the Australian Army, 1920. 1874-1949
[1 vol.]

***

<D/D Gil 2/77> Album of photographs illustrating the naval career of Commander George N. Gilbertson, including some family photographs, a note regarding the service career of Commander Gilbertson, and correspondence to Nannette Pearce. 1903-1926, 1980s
[1 vol.]

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Loose photographs: photographs of people 1865-1963

<D/D Gil 2/79> William Gilbertson, grandfather of Charles Gilbertson. n.d., c. 1865
[1 photograph, on glass]

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<D/D Gil 2/80, 81> Eliza Gilbertson (née Bramah, married William Gilbertson, grandmother of Charles Gilbertson). n.d., c. 1865
[2 photographs; 1 on glass, broken, in glass frame]

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<D/D Gil 2/82> Arthur Gilbertson as a young man. c. 1860
[1 photograph, on glass]

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<D/D Gil 2/83> Arthur Gilbertson. n.d., ?1880s
[1 photograph, on glass]

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<D/D Gil 2/84> Arthur Gilbertson. n.d., 1890s
[1 photograph]

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<D/D Gil 2/85> Arthur Gilbertson in High Sheriff's regalia. 1892
[1 photograph]

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<D/D Gil 2/86-88> Ellen Gilbertson, née Lloyd (married to Arthur Gilbertson). c. 1870-1880
[3 photographs]

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<D/D Gil 2/89> Family group outside Glanrhyd, Pontardawe, taken after the death of Ellen, wife of Arthur Gilbertson, including Colin, Frank, Arthur, Cecil, Howell, Meg, Harriet, Olive, George, Phylis, Sylvia, Charles and Winifred Gilbertson. 1895
[1 photograph]

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<D/D Gil 2/90> Photograph entitled 'Aunt May Leach, Corston, Pembroke'. n.d., late 19th cent.
[1 photograph]

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<D/D Gil 2/91> Joseph Edward Moore (later Moore-Gwyn), his wife and ?Ellen, widow of Howell Gwyn. n.d., c. 1900
[1 photograph]

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<D/D Gil 2/92> Joseph Edward Moore-Gwyn. n.d., c. 1910
[1 photograph]

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<D/D Gil 2/93> Joseph Edward Moore-Gwyn, and his wife in nurse's uniform; servicemen in the background. 1914x1918
[1 photograph]

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<D/D Gil 2/94> The wife of Joseph Edward Moore-Gwyn. n.d., ?1920s
[1 photograph, stuck to glass]

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<D/D Gil 2/95> Photograph of the Industrial Welfare Society council meeting, with HRH Duke of York (president; later George VI), with Charles Gilbertson. 3 Nov. 1921
[1 photograph]

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<D/D Gil 2/96, 97> Charles Geoffrey Gilbertson, General Manager West Wales Section and Director, Richard Thomas & Baldwins Ltd.: picture taken in his office in Gorseinon. 1949
[2 photographs; stuck to glass]

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<D/D Gil 2/98> Envelope of photographs entitled 'Photos of Dad', containing multiple copies of 2 photographs of Charles Gilbertson in his office at Gorseinon, and of him and his wife at a garden party. 1949 and n.d., ?1963
[1 envelope of 25 photographs]

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<D/D Gil 2/99> Ellen Christobel Gwyn Gilbertson; portrait taken at Gelligron. c. 1930
[1 photograph]

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<D/D Gil 2/100/1, 2> Family group portrait entitled 'Christmas 1939', showing Charles and Ellen Gilbertson and their family. 1939
[2 photographs, duplicates]

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<D/D Gil 2/101> Queen's College, Oxford: freshmen's photograph. 1931
[1 photograph]

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<D/D Gil 2/102> Box of negatives entitled 'Charles & Ellen Gilbertson: Golden Wedding July 8 1958', also containing negatives of houses including Gellygron. 1958 and n.d.
[1 box]

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<D/D Gil 2/103> Bundle of largely unidentified small informal photographs showing Charles Gilbertson, his wife and children. n.d., 1930s-1960s
[1 bundle of 97 photographs]

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<D/D Gil 2/104> Arthur Gilbertson, in military uniform. n.d., 1939x1945
[1 photograph]

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<D/D Gil 2/105> Arthur Gilbertson. n.d., c. 1940
[1 photograph]

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<D/D Gil 2/106> Hilarie Gilbertson. Oct. 1942
[1 photograph]

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<D/D Gil 2/107> Arthur and Hilarie Gilbertson in later life. n.d., 1950s
[1 photograph]

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<D/D Gil 2/108> ?John Francis Gilbertson. n.d., c. 1940
[1 photograph]

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<D/D Gil 2/109> Unidentified child. n.d., ?c. 1900
[1 photograph]

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<D/D Gil 2/110> Photograph of a clergyman, marked 'Jephson' in pencil on the back. n.d., ?late 19th cent.
[1 photograph, rolled]

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Loose photographs: photographs of buildings, 1903-1950

<D/D Gil 2/111> Photograph of Gelligron: frame bore caption 'Gellygron, Pontardawe, Glamorgan, 1950. My father (Charles) & mother came here when they married in 1908 & extended the house & garden. All their children were born here. They left in 1950 & moved to Broadlands, Laleston, nr. Bridgend, where they died in 1963. Gellygron is now an old people's home. (signed) Arthur Gilbertson'. 1950
[1 photograph]

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<D/D Gil 2/112> File marked 'Dyffryn', containing 2 photographs of Dyffryn House, and multiple copies of four photographs of guests at Dyffryn House for a Dyffryn v Glanrhyd cricket match. 1903
[1 file containing 17 photographs]

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<D/D Gil 2/113> File marked 'Glanrhyd' containing photograph of people playing hockey ?in the grounds of Glanrhyd House. n.d., c. 1910
[1 photograph]

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Miscellaneous

<D/D Gil 2/114> Laminated copy of a list of members of the Gwyn, Lloyd, Moore-Gwyn and Gilbertson who held the office of High Sheriff of Breconshire, Carmarthenshire or Glamorgan. n.d., post 1970
[1 paper]

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<D/D Gil 2/115> Photograph of a commemorative slab in Llanddeusant church erected by Howell Gwyn in memory of his ancestors Rice Edwards, Ann Edwards his wife, daughter of Meredith James, Hugh Edwards, Thomas Edwards, and Rebecca Edwards their children, Elizabeth daughter of Hugh Edwards and Susannah, daughter of Thomas Gwynne, and William Gwyn, husband of Elizabeth. 1988
[1 photograph]

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<D/D Gil 2/116, 117> 2 copies of the Gilbertson coat of arms. n.d.
[2 papers]

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<D/D Gil 2/118> Untitled file containing multiple copies of the Curriculum Vitae of Nannette Pearce. n.d., 1980s
[1 file]

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