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Clare, John (1793–1864), poet, farm labourer, and naturalist, was born on 13 July 1793 in West Street, Helpston, Northamptonshire, the son of Parker Clare (1765–1846), a thresher and local wrestler, known as 'the lame man of Helpstone', and his wife, Ann (1757–1835)...


John Clare (1793–1864) by William Hilton, 1820 © National Portrait Gallery, London


Jones, Richard Lewis [Dic] (1934–2009), farmer and Welsh-language poet, was born on 30 March 1934, the younger son of Alban (Abba) Lewis Jones and his wife, Frances Louisa, née Isaac, at Penygraig, Tre'r-ddôl, Cardiganshire. He was raised on his parents' farm at Tanyreglwys, Blaen-porth, Cardiganshire...


Mylne, James (1738/9–1788), poet and tenant farmer, was the son of George Mylne (d. 1744), farmer, of Barns, Haddingtonshire. A precocious poet, Mylne seems to have inked a small collection of juvenile verse while attending the grammar school of Dalkeith. Many of these early odes, epistles, fables, and songs touch on the sensitive nerve of class. The favourite target of his sense of position when young was ...