preacher with the Arminian Baptists
became leader of ‘the people of
; this is substantiated by the report of
that he was a
who had their meeting-place at
, tradition says) in the parish of
, at the house of
. There is not a word of
having to appear at the
Brecon consistory court
up to the end of
has much to say of bitter experiences of his in the years that followed, together with the dire fate that befell his persecutors.
Hanes y Bedyddwyr ymhlith y Cymry
(2nd ed.), 264-5;
Hanes y Bedyddwyr yn Nghymru
, ii, 453-6
Reference is made to two editions, by E. B.
Underhill, 1847, and Nathaniel Haycroft, 1865. Reference is
also made to Addenda B (pp. 511–9 in 1847 ed)
, Add. B., 512, 518.
Thomas Richards, D.Litt., (1878-1962), Bangor