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Williams, Morris [pseud. Nicander]locked

  • J. E. Lloyd
  • , revised by D. Ben Rees


Williams, Morris [pseud. Nicander] (1809–1874), Church of England clergyman and poet, was the son of William Morris, a farmer of Pen-tyrch Isaf, and his wife, Sarah, daughter of William Jones of Coed Cae Bach, in the parish of Llangybi, Caernarvonshire. He was born on 20 August 1809 at ...

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