who graduated ' Disgybl Ysbâs Cerdd Dafod ' at the Caerwys eisteddfod of 1568. He may have been a bardic disciple of Lewis Môn, whom he commemorates in an elegy (N.L.W. MS. 1553). His extant work, most of which is to be found in Llanstephan MS 123 , Llanstephan MS 125 and Llanstephan MS 133 , consists mainly of cywyddau and awdlau in praise of members of some of the principal county families of Anglesey, c. 1535-70. There is a reference to his book of pedigrees in Pen. MS. 134.
Published date: 1959
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