BAUGH, ROBERT (1748? - 1832), engraver, map-maker, and musician
Name: Robert Baugh
Date of birth: 1748?
Date of death: 1832
Occupation: engraver, map-maker, and musician
Area of activity: Art and Architecture; Music; Performing Arts; Printing and Publishing; Travel and Exploration
Author: William Llewelyn Davies
Described as 'of Llandysilio,' he was for many years parish clerk of Llanymynech. His name is associated with the well-known map of North Wales, 1795, the work of John Evans, Llwyn-y-groes, Llanymynech, but engraved by Baugh. Baugh made a map of Shropshire for which he was awarded, in 1809, a silver medal and fifteen guineas by the Royal Society of Arts, London. He died 27 December 1832, aged 84.
- Sir William Llewelyn Davies, (1887 - 1952)
- R. Williams, Montgomeryshire Worthies (1894) (incl. ref. to an article in Cambrian Quarterly Magazine (1829–33))
- M. O. Jones, Bywgraffiaeth Cerddorion Cymreig (1890)
- Wikipedia Article: Robert Baugh
- VIAF: 8841882
- Wikidata: Q20734313
Published date: 1959
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