Symud i'r prif gynnwys

Llanymynech, and was buried in the Parish Church there, where there is a monument bearing this inscription: Sacred to the memory of Randolph Parry of Osbaston in the County of Salop A.M. Vicar of Guilsfield and one of the Canons of St. Asaph. He died 21st March, 1769 aged 60. DAVID EVANS (of Esgaergeiliog, Mont). On the floor of the chancel of Llanyblodwel Church is a stone inscribed :­- In Memory of the late Rev. David Evans, Vicar of Llany- blodwel, who departed this life April 25th, 1798, aged 58. JAMES DONNE, D.D., Descended from a family of Dwn or Donne, 12th in descent from the Welsh Prince Rhys ap Tewdwr, was born at Llanfihangel, Rhydithon. Radnorshire, on 14th February, 1764. He received the elements of learning from the Rev. David Lloyd, Vicar of Llanbister, and from the Rev. William Whalley, Master of the Grammar School, Kington, Herefordshire. Became a member of St. John's College, Cambridge, in 1784, and took the degree of B.A. in 1788, M.A. in 1792 and D.D. by accumulation in 1825. On completing his residence at Cambridge in 1788 he became usher in the school of the Rev Dr. Thomson at Kennington, was ordained deacon, and became curate of Kington in 1790, and received priest's orders in the following year. In 1793 he married Caroline, daughter of Mr. John Thomson, a merchant in Edinburgh, who died in 1796. In 1794 he became second master of King's School, Chester, and also officiated as Curate at Eccleston, ,near that city. In February, 1796, he was appointed Minor Canon of Chester Cathedral, and soon afterwards succeeded to the Mastership of the Grammar School at Oswestry, to which he was appointed by Bishop Bagot of St. Asaph. In 1798 he was collated by the same Bishop to the Vicarage of Llanyblodwel, and in the same year married his second wife Alice, eldest