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Cadwaladr Cesaillocked

(fl. 1614–1626)
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Cadwaladr Cesail (fl. 1614–1626), poet, is said to have lived at the homestead of Y Gesail Gyfarch in Penmorfa, Eifionydd, and although there is no direct evidence for this, his name, and likewise his poetry, do suggest his close involvement not only with the family who occupied the property but also with this part of ...

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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]