Archifdy Ceredigion Archives
ADX/71: Papers T. Hughes and Peterwell Masonic Lodge

Acc. 224

Ref: ADX/71

Reference: [GB 0212] ADX/71
Title: Papers of T.Hughes (Geography Master, Llandysul Grammar School) and Papers of Peterwell Masonic Lodge
Date(s): 1941-1970
Level: Fonds
Extent: 6 items

Scope and Content

Papers of the late Ieuan T. Hughes, J.P., M.A. geography master at Llandysul Grammar School

1. Folder stamped '2nd Battalion Cardiganshire Home Guard, B Company Headquarters, Albion House, Llandyssul' and labelled 'Operation Role 1943' includes Battalion orders, operational orders for combined exercises and for the defence and invasion schemes, notes on guerilla tactics and duties of personnel, scheme for mobile columns, report on sources of German power (energy) as bombing targets, forms of Government in the Commonwealth, proficiency tests including lists of entrants, map of Llandyssul

Papers of Peterwell Masonic Lodge 1953-1976 " restricted

2. Folder of Home Guard papers including weekly and monthly time tables for B company; muster numbers, duties of sentries and post commanders, rifle numbers, operational orders for exercises, lecture notes on various topics e.g. security, chemical warfare, message writing etc., dates of 'Harvest Break', personnel statistics including lists of N.C.O.s with dates of appointment, file of letters

3. File of lecture notes: The magistracy Nation and Race Eternity and Time Notes for making and setting a sundial at Llandyssul, personal letters including confirmation of I. T. Hughes acting rank as 2/Lt. Army Cadet Force, his membership of the Territorial and Auxiliary Forces Association, letters of reference, thanks to Mrs. Hughes for acting as Company clerk, letter from Major Francis Jones about holy wells

4. Offprints from Ceredigion (annotated copies) "The Background of Llandysul" (1957), "The Church of St. Tysul, Llandysul" (1968). Notes for a guide, with suggested walks around Llandysul

5. Postcard album: contents include:
Groups University College of Wales (1919-1923)
Llandysul County School (1924-1925)
Miss L. Benbow, author of Old Oak House
Dr. W. R. Owen and Nell, Llew. Williams K.C.
Aglish House, Oxford, Auxerne, Avallon
Sandbach, Kerry (Montgom), Arley Castle
Vezelay, Mont-Saint-Michel, Dijon, Sermur
Beaune, Autun
Various archaeological objects

6. Postcard album: contents include: Kerry (Montgom), Autun, Nevers, Clermont-Ferrand, Montferrand, L'Auvergne, Royat, Aries, Carnac Nantgarw, Swansea, Chester, Arley, Stokesay Castle Hereford, Symonds Yat, Eastnor, Clovelly, Mount Melleray, Torino (Turin), Roma (Rome), Ancona, Taranto, Venezia (Venice), Firenze (Florence), Saranza, Faenza, military and U.C.W. groups, Ledbury, Aberystwyth, Caernarvon, Ruthin, Avebury, Marlbourgh and Savenake Forest
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