KENWARD, JAMES (Elfynydd; fl. 1868), writer and poet
Name: James Kenward
Occupation: writer and poet
Area of activity: Literature and Writing; Poetry
Author: Ray Looker
who lived at Smethwick, near Birmingham, in 1868. His published works include A Poem of English Sympathy with Wales which was written for the national eisteddfod of 1858 at Llangollen; a collection, entitled, For Cambria: themes in Verse and Prose; and The Life and Writings of John Williams (Ab Ithel), which was originally published in the Cambrian Journal.
- James Kenward, A Poem of English Sympathy with Wales, written for the great National Eisteddfod of 1858; and Llangollen, a poem on the same occasion (Birmingham 1858), 1858;
- id., For Cambria Themes in Verse and Prose, A.D. 1854-1868; with other pieces (London 1868), 1868;
- id., Ab Ithel an account of the life and writings of the Rev. John Williams ab Ithel, M.A., B.B.D., late Rector of Llanymowddwy, Merioneth (Denbigh 1871), 1871;
Cambrian Journal (1854–64), 1862, 1863, 1864;
NLW MSS 9251A-9277A: 'Dictionary of Welsh Biography'.
- Wikidata: Q20733324
Published date: 1959
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