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Evans, Meredydd (Merȇd) (1919–2015), writer, broadcaster, and political activist, was born on 9 December 1919 at Top Pentre, Llanegryn, Merioneth, the youngest of eleven children of Richard Evans, motor driver, later quarryman, and his wife Charlotte, née Pugh. His Christian name was given on his birth certificate as ...

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Lewis, Joseph (fl. 1750–1774), poet and ivory-turner, was born of untraced parentage, at an unknown date, possibly in Wales. By 1750 he was already living in London, but lines he wrote in praise of Sir John Philipps suggest that he may have spent his childhood in the neighbourhood of the ...

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Rawlins, Thomas (c. 1620–1670), engraver, medallist, and playwright, is of unknown origin. Best known for his skills and services as an engraver, he initially made his name as a playwright in 1640 when he published The Rebellion, a tragedy set in Seville, which he dedicated to ...

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Sheridan [née Frewen], Clare Consuelo (1885–1970), sculptor and journalist, was born in London on 9 September 1885, the only daughter and second of the three children of Moreton Frewen, landowner and sportsman-adventurer, of Brede Place, Sussex, and his wife, Clara, eldest of the three daughters of ...