LLEWELYN, MARY PENDRILL (née Mary Catherine Rhys, 1811 - 1874), translator and writer

Name: Mary Pendrill Llewelyn
Date of birth: 1811
Date of death: 1874
Spouse: R. Pendrill Llewelyn
Gender: Female
Occupation: translator and writer
Area of activity: Literature and Writing; Scholarship and Languages
Author: Ray Looker

Born 12 March 1811 at Cowbridge, Glamorganshire; she became the wife of the Rev. R. Pendrill Llewelyn, vicar of Llangynwyd, near Maes-teg, Glam. Both she and her husband were greatly interested in Welsh literature, and many stanzas of her own composition appeared in The Cambrian and Merthyr Guardian; she published in 1850 a translated collection of Welsh hymns, mainly those of William Williams (Pantycelyn). It is said that she also translated a number of the ballads of Dafydd Nicolas. She died 19 November 1874.

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Published date: 1959

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