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Rowlands, Henrylocked

  • D. R. Woolf


Rowlands, Henry (1655–1723), Church of England clergyman and antiquary, was the son of William Rowlands of Plas Gwyn, Llanedwen, Anglesey, and his wife, Magdaline, daughter of Edward Wynne of Penhysgyn. He was born at Plas Gwyn, home of the Rowlands family since 1600, when it had been purchased by the antiquary's great-great-greatuncle, ...

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J. E. Lloyd & others, eds., (1959) [Eng. trans. of Y bywgraffiadur Cymreig hyd 1940, 2nd edn (1954)]; R. T. Jenkins, E. D. Jones, & B. F. Roberts, eds., (2001) [with suppl. to 1940]