Gwenllian Elizabeth Fanny Morgan (Q392)

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Gwenllian Elizabeth Fanny Morgan
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    Addition, Profession or Occupation: Mayor of Brecon in 1910, A governor of the National Library of Wales since 1923 (English)
    Qualification: Correspondent for Breconshire of the Society for Preservation of Ancient Monuments, Co-founder and contributor to Brecknock Society and Brecknock Museum and restored the Brecon Cathedral Cresset Stone, the very beautiful 14th Cent. Holy Water Stoup of St Mary's Church, Brecon, and many other objects of antiquity. (English)
    Qualification [continued]: Publications: Eastnor Castle (history, description + catalogue of contents) 1889. "Forgotten Sanctuaries" Arch Camb. 1903. "The Vanished Tombs of Brecon Cathedral" Arch. Camb. 1925, etc. (English)
    1 February 1935
    Morgan was proposed by Lord Glanusk (British English)
    1902
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    Review of Reviews for Australasia (March 1911) (British English)
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    Review of Reviews for Australasia (March 1911) (English)
    Superintendent, Department of Petitions and Treaties (British English)
    1890
    1895
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    World's Women's Christian Temperance Union (pamphlet) (British English)
    Women's Signal, 30 June 1895 (English)
    Clara Christina Morgan Chapin, Thumb nail sketches of white ribbon women (1895) (British English)
    Frances E. Willard, A New World's Secretary, The Union Signal, 4 Dec 1890 (British English)
    President of Brecon Branch, BWTA (British English)
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    Clara Christina Morgan Chapin, Thumb nail sketches of white ribbon women (1895) (British English)
    The Duties of Citizenship: The Proper Understanding and Use of the Municipal and Other Franchises for Women (British English)
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    Women's Suffrage Pamphlets 1873-97 (Women's Library) (British English)
    Co-founder and contributor to Brecknock Society and Brecknock Museum (English)
    Morgan was fundraising to restore the tomb of Henry Vaughan, a 17th century Welsh metaphysical poet (British English)
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    Illustrated London News 9 April 1898, p 510 (British English)
    Morgan organised the signatures for the Polyglot petition for Great Britain and Ireland (English)
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    Clara Christina Morgan Chapin, Thumb nail sketches of white ribbon women (1895) (British English)
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    https://biography.wales/article/s-MORG-FAN-1852
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    46698
    https://www.archaeologydataservice.ac.uk/library/browse/personDetails.xhtml?personId=46698
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    Q20631337
    https://www.wikidata.org/wiki/Q20631337
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    np-morgan,%20gwenllian%20elizabeth%20fanny
    http://www.worldcat.org/identities/np-morgan,%20gwenllian%20elizabeth%20fanny/
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