Jones, Rev. David (male) 1794 - 1843 Welsh

    Missionary in Madagascar; noted for establishing the orthography of the Malagasy language and for his translation of the Bible into Malagasy. See ODNB under Johns, David.

    Jones, Thomas Cambria (male) 04/23/1806 Welsh

    Welsh poet; wrote Mortality: a Poem (1835), Songs from the Motherland (1850), Last Poems (1865).

    Lachmann, Baroness Matilda Theodora von Falkenau (female) 08/17/1821 - 1895 Welsh

    Married Baron Lachmann in 1842. Thanks to Levana Taylor of information regarding this contributor.

    Nicholas, Thomas (male) 02/17/1816 - 05/14/1879 Welsh University of Gottingen

    Antiquary and educator; Presbyterian minister; wrote Annals and Antiquities of the Counties and County Families of Wales (1872).

    Price, John Arthur (male) 11/20/1861 - 06/03/1942 Welsh Balliol College, Oxford

    Barrister; espoused disestablishment; wrote for Welsh Outlook; Chancellor of the Bangor diocese. See Dictionary of Welsh Biography,

    Rhys, Sir John (male) 06/21/1840 - 12/17/1915 Welsh Jesus College, Oxford; Merton College, Oxford

    Scholar and teacher; inspector of schools;  Professor of Celtic at Oxford University; wrote Lectures on Welsh Philology (1877), Celtic Folklore, Welsh and Manx (1901), and other works.
    (Also in the Wellesley Index.)

    Roberts, William John (male) 1828 - 1904 Welsh

    Poet, printer, bookseller, bibliophile, and eccentric. See Dictionary of Welsh Biography.

    Thomas, Daniel Lleufer (male) 08/29/1863 - 08/08/1940 Welsh

    Social reformer and writer; contributed to the Dictionary of National Biography.

    Warren, Samuel (male) 05/23/1807 - 07/29/1877 Welsh University of Edinburgh

    Studied medicine at Edinburgh; barrister, wrote on legal issues; wrote Passages from the diary of a late physician (1832), Ten Thousand a Year (1841), other works; extensive contributor to Blackwood's Magazine. See Boase III: 1213-4, ODNB.
    (Also in the Wellesley Index.)

    Williams, Charles Henry (male) 1822 Welsh

    Solicitor; Levana Taylor has pointed out the useful commentary by Roger Simpson, in his article "A Minor Road to Camelot: Once a Week, 1859-1867" in ''Arthuriana'' Vol. 4, No. 1 (Spring 1994), on this individual

    Williams, Jane (female) 02/01/1806 - 03/15/1885 Welsh

    Novelist and Welsh historian; wrote The Literary Women of England (1861), A History of Wales from authentic sources (1869) and other works. See Boase III: 1366.
    (Also in the Wellesley Index.)

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