Jones, Brynmor Pierce, 1925-

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Jones, Brynmor Pierce, 1925-

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The Rev. Brynmor Pierce Jones, a native of the Rhondda Valley, was born in 1925. He was a teacher in Blaenau Ffestiniog and later a senior lecturer in Religious Knowledge at Caerleon College Gwent and afterwards he pastored at the Rogerstone Mission Hall. After retirement he took charge of four Baptist Churches: Upper Trosnant, Glasgoed, Little Mill and Raglan. Jones was the author of many books on revival among them are The King's Champions (1968; enlarged ed. 1986), The Spiritual History of Keswick in Wales (1989), Voices from the Welsh Revival (1995), and The Trials and Triumphs of Mrs Jessie Penn-Lewis (1997). He also published A History of Newport (1959).


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