William Morgan

(c. 1545—1604) bishop of St Asaph and biblical translator

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translator of the Welsh Bible. Born in the Conway valley, the son of a tenant farmer, he was educated in the free school maintained by his father's landlord, and ...

Subjects: Christianity.

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