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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 Parrys 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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