. Some particulars concerning her are given by
in the first chapter of
Cofiant John Jones, Tal-y-Sarn
; he says that she was the daughter of
, that she received a good education, in the course of which she learned
, was proficient as a
, was a
, and that when she was 20 years of age she m.
who was then aged 60.
was her great-grandson through her eldest daughter
, and her great-great-grandson through her youngest
. One of her poems takes the form of a dialogue between her and her sister
as to the choice of a husband, the one advocating the choosing of a young man and the other an older one. Examples of her work are preserved in the manuscripts listed below.
9 and 436;
Glyn Davies Manuscript at the National Library
Tanycastell Manuscript at the National Library
Sir William Llewelyn Davies, M.A., LL.D., F.S.A. (1887-1952),