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  • DAVIES, JOSEPH E. (1812 - 1881), Welsh Calvinistic minister in America and author Born at Cwm-Cati Fach, Llanarthne, Carmarthenshire. He emigrated to America and landed in New York on 25 May, 1842. He entered the ministry in 1842 and was ordained at Danville, Pennsylvania. He was minister of the CM church at Hyde Park, Scranton, Penn. He published Blwch Diwinyddol sef Corff o Dduwinyddiaeth … (Scranton and Utica; 1869-71) and Crefydd y Byd Cristionogol. He died at Hyde Park on
  • JONES, GLADYS MAY (1899 - 1960), pianist, composer and producer of light programmes on radio -round’ and ‘Silver Chords’. Much of the music included in these series were her own compositions and these broadcasts provided an opening for several artists who became prominent figures in English light entertainment. She wrote the music for the radio performance of Twm Sion Cati, the first Welsh pantomime ever broadcast on radio. She was an inspired radio personality. She tried to base her work as
  • OWEN, GEORGE (c. 1552 - 1613), historian, antiquary, and genealogist , Lewys Dwnn, Thomas Jones (‘Twm Sion Cati’), and other antiquaries and genealogists of his day. He was the centre of a small group of writers in Pembrokeshire which included George Owen Harry, Robert Holland, and George William Griffith, and he gave his patronage and the hospitality of Henllys to many of the Welsh bards of the period. His most important work is ‘The Description of Penbrockshire’ which
  • PRICE, Sir JOHN (1502? - 1555), notary public, the king's principal registrar in causes ecclesiastical, and secretary of the Council in Wales and the Marches county thrice, 1567, 1576, 1596, and for Brecknock twice, 1588, 1595). One of the daughters, Johan (born 14 November 1542) took as her second husband, Thomas Jones (‘Twm Siôn Cati,’ c. 1530 - 1609). Sir John Price took an intelligent interest in Welsh history and literature; he was one of the first collectors of manuscripts of Welsh interest; he left his Welsh books to Thomas Vaughan of Glamorgan; his
  • WILLIAMS, GRIFFITH JOHN (1892 - 1963), University professor and Welsh scholar books such as Y Gwyddoniadur, Hanes y Brytaniaid a'r Cymru; Cannwyll y Cymru, Difyr-Gampau Twm Shon Cati and volumes that had been bound from issues of Cennad Hedd and Diwygiwr. His old teacher S.M. Powell maintained that the seed of the scholar that emerged later was planted during that year, when he was free of the burden of formal education. In 1911 he went to the University College of Wales
  • TWM SHÔN CATI - see JONES, THOMAS
  • TWM SIÔN CATI - see JONES, THOMAS