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Genealogical material

Genealogical material including correspondence relating to genealogy, family trees, notes on members of the family.

Includes:
-Financial summary of the late Mrs Newberry's estate, 1871.
-Newspaper clippings relating to a court case between a Mr. Newberry (possibly Newberry's father Henry James Newberry) and his neighbour over the death of two of the neighbour's horses after they ate Yew tree cuttings from the latter's garden, March 1872.
-Order for the burial of the dead for Caroline Newberry, 4th January 1919.
-Sale catalogue for the property of the late Mrs Newberry, 1871.
-Letter of probate relating to the estate of Caroline Elizabeth Newberry (-1863), 16th October 1866.
-Reprint from The Parmaceutical Journal, 24th February 1906, on the history of Francis NewberySons Limited
-Wyatt family trees
-Typed article on Ralph Newbery (1560-1605) and correspondence relating to a children's book called 'Dives pragmaticus - the Great Marchant Man - a book in English Metre' written by Thomas Newbery in 1563 and reprinted with an introduction by Percy Newberry in 1910.
-Newspaper cutting on the funeral of Robert S. Johnston
-Photograph of a woman and child, c.1855-1880
-Bill for funeral arrangements for the late Amy Louisa Newberry, April 1859
-Financial details relating to the division of the late Mrs Newbery's estate
-Remembrance cards
-Copy of an indenture relating to the sale of property
-Sketches of family crests

Calling cards

Photographs or calling cards of members of Newberry's extended family. Some are named on the back by Newberry with a note on genealogy. Includes photographs of: Newberry's mother Sarah Newberry, 1905; Newberry's Uncle F.J. Newberry; Newberry's Grandfather F.W. Newberry; Mrs Sarah Pine born Kenward (1790-?); Mrs Thomas Kenward; William Munk; James Newberry (1781-); Elizabeth Newberry (1791-); Thomas Kenward (1788-); Mrs James Newberry born Dixy. Also includes receipt for 12 calling cards, 1867.

Biographical material including history of the Egypt Exploration Society

Folder contains:

-First page of a report titled 'Report on the work of the Archaological Institute' written by Newberry on his involvement establishing an Archaeological Institute at the University of Liverpool

-Short history of the Archaeological Survey of Egypt (now known as the Egypt Exploration Society) by Newberry including his involvement, with hand written corrections and notes c.1931-2 (written for the 50th anniversary meeting of the EES (see AHG/42.222.33, Griffith Institute)), and list of Officers-in-Charge of the Survey, 1890-1932

-Letter lists 1887-1892 with a short summary of contents and numbered, these numbers correspond to numbers written on letters held in this collection

-Handwritten notes on the history of the Archaeological Survey of Egypt

-One page of typed notes on people who worked on the tomb of Tutankhamun

Diary notes and lists of correspondence

Folder contains biographical notes which appear to have been written based on diary entries including: autobiographical notes; diary notes 1893-1930 including information on travel, work and names of people Newberry saw or was in touch with; lists of correspondence; cuttings of journal 1900-1902; sketches of scarabs, 1902; autobiographical notes on first meeting Reginald Stuart Poole and Flinders Petrie, 1941; bibliography.

Also includes numbered lists of correspondence received 1888-1935 with a brief summary of contents. Lists do not appear to be in any order, although some are sorted by year. These numbers correspond to numbers written on letters held in this collection.

Group photographs with Egyptologists

Folder containing 3 black and white group photographs which include Percy Newberry and all appear to have been taken in Egypt.

Photographs include the following information:
-Note on the back suggests it was taken in the 1920s and names Abu Bakr, Hermann Grapow, Percy Newberry, Georg Steindorff, Hermann Junker and Selim Hassan.
-Back of the photograph is date stamped 17 January 1930 and a note reads 'A Benni Hassane' [at Beni Hasan].
-Note on the back of the photograph suggests that it is a photograph taken at Cairo University in the 1920s, and lists the people seated left to right as: 1. [?], 2. [?], 3. Selim Hassan 4. Newberry 5. [?] 6. Junker 7. Vikentiev 8. Henri? Frankfort 9. [?] and in the front row 1. Baudouin? Van de Walle, 2. [?], 3. [?].

Lord Northampton's Excavation Diary

Diary titled by Newberry 'The Theban Necropolis - Excavations 1898-1899 - Account of Men's wages for the Marquis of Northampton'.

Front section contains lists of men, the days worked and their wages.

On the front page of the diary Newberry has written 'Small service is true service whilst it lasts - of friends however humble scorn not one - The daisy by the shadow that it casts - Protects the lingering dew drop from the sun' and below 'If by such rose we see - A thorn there grows - Strive that no thorn shall be - Without its rose'.

Diary contains a brief daily log of activities and details of payments made, 1 January 1899 to 9 April 1899.

This item has been digitised and transcribed.

Correspondence (1953-4)

File of correspondence with:
-Adam, Aland, Alington, Audet
-P.Bellet, Black, British Museum Department of Manuscripts, Burney
-Černý, Clarendon Press, some photographs of Crum manuscripts (published)
-Delbrueck, Driver
-Edel
-Gray, Grunn
-Joussen
-Rolf Ibscher
-Lyon
-Metzger, Dilly G. Müller
-Paap, Päcks, Plumley
-Quispel, Quinton
-Rudnizki
-Steinwenter
-Oxford University Press
-Vergote
-Würthwein

Publication by Maria Cramer

Publication by Maria Cramer titled ‘Versuch eines Vergleichs arabischer Coptischer und demotischer Rechtsurkunden gezeigt an einigen Stiftungs - Schenkungs - Auseinander-setzungs – und Verkaufs – Urkenden’.

Bala’izah

Material split into three envelopes:
A – Photographs used for plates in Bala’izah
B – Proofs of Preface etc., and plates for Bala’izah
C – Photographs of Bodleian Ms. Copt. D 187 (P); c.15 (P); and of three pages from Turin Sirach

Oxhyrhynchus papyri fragments

Two photographs of Oxhyrhynchus papyri fragments with preliminary translation. Includes letter from Charles Batey (Printer to the University) enclosing the photographs, 9 July 1952.

Index slips

Index slips in 4 boxes:

  • I Greek words in Coptic
    -II & III Dialectical variants of Coptic vowels and consonants
    -IV Coptic Grammatical elements
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