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Owen, Morganlocked

(1584/5–1645)
  • Stephen K. Roberts

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Owen, Morgan (1584/5–1645), bishop of Llandaff, was the third son of Owen Rees, clergyman, of Y Lasallt, in the parish of Myddfai, Carmarthenshire. His family claimed descent from the celebrated dynasty of physicians of Myddfai with legendary powers of healing acquired from a ghostly lady of ...

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