A native of Llandinam parish, he began his career by keeping a school at Dolau, Radnorshire, where he was also baptized (1793). In 1794 he left to take over a school at Penrhyncoch near Aberystwyth, and began to preach in 1795. He was ordained 12 June 1803 to be one of the two ministers serving the Baptists in the Aberystwyth district, but moved to Newcastle Emlyn in March 1812. He died 28 September 1812 and was buried at Cilfowyr, Pembrokeshire.
Published date: 1959
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