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Bangor University
Nicander Adjudication

Reference code(s): GB 0222 BMSS NIC

Held at: Bangor University

Title: Nicander Adjudication

Short Title: Nicander Adjudication

Creation date(s): Mid 19th century

Level of description: fonds

Extent: 1 item

Name of creator(s): Morris Williams, also known as Nicander

CONTEXT

Administrative/Biographical history: Morris Williams, who was otherwise known as Nicander , was a cleric and a man of letters. Born at Caernarfon, 20 August 1809, he was the son of William and Sarah Morris.
When Morris Williams was a child, his parents moved to Coed Cae Bach, Llangybi, Caernarfonshire. He had some education at Llanystumdwy and was apprenticed to a carpenter. He took advantage of the literary tradition and activity of the district where he lived, and since he showed obvious tendencies towards scholarship, he was helped to enter the King's School at Chester. He matriculated at Oxford from Jesus College in April 1832, and graduated B.A. in 1835. He took his M.A. in 1838.
He was ordained deacon by Bishop Carey of St. Asaph in October 1836, having been licensed to Holywell as curate in April of that year. After a short period at Bangor diocese, he was re-licensed to Holywell in June 1838, but became curate of Bangor and Pentir in February 1840, moving to Llanllechid in April 1845. He was appointed perpetual curate of Amlwch (Llanwenllwyfo) in January 1847 and rector of Llanrhuddlad (with Llanfflewin and Llanrhwydrys) in October 1859. He was at various times rural dean of Twrcelyn and Talybolion.
In 1840 Morris Williams married Ann Jones of Denbigh. They had five daughters and three sons. Morris Williams died at Llanrhuddlad on 3 January 1874.

CONTENT

Scope and content/abstract: A written adjudication or criticism by Nicander of a piece of poetry entitled Y Dywysogaeth (The Principality).

ACCESS AND USE

Language/scripts of material:

System of arrangement: Incorporated into the General Collection of Bangor Manuscripts

Conditions governing access: Open to all users.

Conditions governing reproduction: Usual copyright conditions apply. Reprographics are made at the discretion of the Archivist.

Finding aids: A typescript catalogue is available at the Archives Department of the University of Wales Bangor. Reference number : General Collection of Bangor Manuscripts 10243

Language codes: wel

ARCHIVAL INFORMATION

Archival history:

Immediate source of acquisition:

ALLIED MATERIALS

Related material: Also held at the Archives Department of the University of Wales Bangor are the Nicander Manuscripts .

DESCRIPTION NOTES

Note: Description compiled by Elen Wyn Hughes, March 2003.

Rules or conventions: Created following ISAD(G) and Archives Hub Data Creation Guidelines

Date(s) of descriptions: Prior to 16-11-2004


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Williams , Morris , 1809-1874

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