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O'th flaen, O Dduw! dyneswn

O'th flaen, O Dduw! dyneswn

Author: G. ap Gwilym Lleyn
Published in 1 hymnal

Author: G. ap Gwilym Lleyn

Gw ap Gw Lleyn was the Bardic name for the Rev William Williams, Tryddyn (1830-1901).He commenced preaching with the Wesleyans in 1858 and was the Minister of the welsh Methodist Free Churches from 1868 to his death. The hymn was written in 1882 for the Denbigh National Eisteddfod 'Harvest Festival Hymn'. Susan Guckenheim, great, great granddaughter-in-law  Go to person page >

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First Line: O'th flaen, O Dduw! dyneswn
Author: G. ap Gwilym Lleyn
Language: Welsh


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