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Jones, Davidlocked

(1796–1841)
  • R. M. J. Jones
  • , revised by Mary Heimann

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Jones, David (1796–1841), missionary in Madagascar, was born at Pen-rhiw, near Neuadd-lwyd, near Aberaeron, Cardiganshire. He was educated at the college of Neuadd-lwyd, chiefly by Dr Phillips, at whose suggestion he and a fellow pupil, Thomas Bevan, were ordained at Neuadd-lwyd in August 1817 as the first protestant missionaries, under the auspices of the ...

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