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Thomas Olivers of Tregynon

Thomas Olivers

Thomas Olivers of Tregynon

the life of an early Methodist preacher written by himself

by Thomas Olivers

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Published by Gwasg Gregynog in Newtown, Powys .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementwith an introduction and notes by Glyn Tegai Hughes.
SeriesGregynog Workshop -- 2
ContributionsHughes, Glyn Tegai, 1923-
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16497407M


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Thomas Olivers of Tregynon Hardcover – January 1, by Thomas Olivers (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: Thomas Olivers. Thomas Olivers of Tregynon: the life of an early Methodist preacher written by himself [Thomas.

Olivers] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Limited to numbered copies. The third imprint of Gwasg Gregynog Gwasg G., Descriptive Cat. of Printing, Thomas Olivers was a Methodist preacher and hymn-writer from Tregynon, Montgomeryshire, Wales. Thomas Olivers of Tregynon: the life of an early Methodist preacher written by himself Author: Thomas Olivers ; Glyn Tegai Hughes ; Eric Gee ; David Vickers ; Arnold and Foster.

Olivers, Thomas (DNB00) ​OLIVERS, THOMAS (–), Wesleyan methodist preacher and hymn-writer, was the son of Thomas and Penelope Oliver. The parish register of Tregynon, Montgomeryshire, shows that he was baptised at that church on 8 Sept.