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  • ADAMS, ROGER (d. 1741), bookseller and printer at Chester and Display of Herauldry. His widow, ELIZABETH ADAMS, who printed D. Jones, Cydymaith Diddan, in 1766, also printed a large number of ballads, particularly in 1752 and 1753.
  • AMBROSE, WILLIAM (Emrys; 1813 - 1873), Independent minister, poet, and littérateur Colleges were published in 1862 under the pseudonym Phineas, articles which caused considerable agitation concerning the college at Bala and resulted in the so-called ‘War of the Two Constitutions’ (1877-85) [see under Jones, Michael D. ]. It was in this monthly, too, that his well-known recollections of his ministry were published. He is given an honourable place among the poets and littérateurs of the
  • ANWYL, LEWIS (1705? - 1776), cleric and author … Argraphwyd yn y Mwythig, gan R. Lathrop, Tros Dafydd Jones, 1740; (b) Myfyrdodau Wythnosawl …; (c) Cyngor yr Athraw i Rieni …; (b) and (c) are bound with (a); (d) Cristianowgrwydd Catholig, neu Draethawd bŷrr tuagat Leihau gwrth ddadlau Ymhlith Cristianogion … yn enwedig ymhlith y plwyfolion hynny, lle y mae'r Methodistiaid neu Hoffwyr Crefydd y Goleuni newydd yn cael cynhwysiad … Wedi ei gyfieithu o'r ail
  • AP GWYNN, ARTHUR (1902 - 1987), librarian and the third librarian of the University College of Wales, Aberystwyth 1967, a period of over 31 years. ‘A story of small beginnings and a slow growth and a somewhat uncertain future.’ That is how Arthur ap Gwynn himself described his period as librarian of the University College of Wales, Aberystwyth, between 1932 and 1967. His predecessor, J. D. Williams concluded his account of the College Library in The College by the Sea (edited by Iwan Morgan, 1928) with
  • BALLINGER, Sir JOHN (1860 - 1933), first librarian of the National Library of Wales 1932 he was awarded the medal of the Hon. Society of Cymmrodorion for his services to Wales in the realms of librarianship and bibliography. He had married, in 1888, Amy, daughter of Captain D. Boughton, Cardiff; they had three sons and one daughter.
  • BARRETT, JOHN HENRY (1913 - 1999), naturalist and conservationist the 51st Highland Division at Saint-Valery-en-Caux in June 1940 and who as warden of Skokholm 1947-1954 was to become so closely associated with him after the war. Barrett was part of the support team for the ‘Wooden Horse’ escape from the East Compound of Stalag Luft III in 1943. Throughout the long years of captivity he studied birds, in particular the chaffinch and tree sparrow, though tragically
  • BARTRUM, PETER CLEMENT (1907 - 2008), scholar of Welsh genealogy interest in legendary and early history was his Welsh Classical Dictionary: People and History and Legend up to about AD 1000, published by the National Library in 1993. This was based on notes which he had made during many years, and is the result of a very wide reading, although he had not been able owing to age to visit libraries as much recently as he had done earlier. He was awarded an honorary D
  • BELL, Sir HAROLD IDRIS (1879 - 1967), scholar and translator twentieth-century literature. It was published in 1955 under the title A History of Welsh Literature. In 1926 Bell had visited Egypt to collect papyri for the British Museum. His account of the journey was translated into Welsh by D. Tecwyn Lloyd and published in two volumes entitled Trwy Diroedd y Dwyrain (1946). He also wrote two books for children — Dewi a'r Blodyn Llo Mawr (1928) and Calon y Dywysoges
  • BENNETT, NICHOLAS (1823 - 1899), musician and historian arrangement being in the hands of D. Emlyn Evans; this work contains portraits and biographies of harpists and singers to the harp, together with explanatory notes on the art of singing to the accompaniment of the harp. Further, he left in manuscript a treatise on the heraldry of the princes of Wales together with illustrations. Some letters received by him are preserved in N.L.W. MS. 584; see also N.L.W
  • BERRY family, industrialists and newspaper proprietors passed his examination to become a pupil teacher. Four years later he was a certificated assistant teacher there but left on 1 September 1897 to work with his father. In 1915 he was asked to assist D. A. Thomas (Lord Rhondda) manage his estate, with the result that when the latter joined the cabinet in 1916 his numerous industrial companies were entrusted to the care of H. S. Berry. This proved to be a
  • BERWYN, RICHARD JONES (1836 - 1917), colonist and man of letters Born at Glyndyfrdwy, his original surname being Jones. He went to London as a young man – he is listed as a student at Borough Road teacher training college in 1852 – and then emigrated to New York. Here he was one of the two who accepted the invitation of Michael D. Jones to emigrate to Patagonia. Returning to Wales he went out to the Welsh colony in 1865 with the first batch of emigrants. He
  • BEYNON, THOMAS (d. 1729), minister fullest account of him is in D. M. Lewis, Cofiant Evan Lewis, Brynberian (Aberystwyth, 1903). In Llyfryddiaeth y Cymry, under 1719 (1), we find him mentioned among the sponsors of a book published by Isaac Carter at Atpar; see also ibid., 1717 (5).