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Evan Jones (1820–1852)

Jones, Evan. A Welsh poet; born at Bryntynoriad, Sept. 5, 1820; died near Cardiff, Feb. 23, 1852. He was a clergyman, and best known as Ieuan Gwynedd, over which name he produced in his native tongue poems on ‘The Huts of Wales,’ ‘Moses on Mount Pisgah,’ ‘Peace,’ and other themes; in addition to which he edited many periodicals, including Yr Adolygydd, or National Review.