The Welsh in Australia

Biography

  • Sion Aled BAINES, Menna. O ben arall y byd.Barn 428 (Medi 1998) 19-22 ports
  • Ray Beamish SHIPTON, Martin. Aborigine art scam rocks OZ. Wales on Sunday 7.12.1997 9
  • GRIFFITHS. W.J. One of Llanelli's famous sons Amrywiaeth Llanelli 17 75-76
  • Geoffrey Blainey THOMAS S P The 'controversial' Australian descendant of Evan Blayney of Pantglas, Professor Geoffrey Blainey, Chancellor of the new University of Ballarat. Montgomeryshire Collections 83 (1995) 201-2.
  • Llewelyn David Bevan The LIFE and reminiscences of Llewelyn David Bevan, L.L.B., D.D., compiled and edited by Louisa Jane Bevan. Melbourne: Wyatt & Watt, 1920 317p., ports PARKIN CONGREGATIONAL COLLEGE, Kent Town A book of memory... jubilee of Dr Bevan's ministry, July 1865-July 1915. Adelaide: The College, 1915 24p
  • James Ebenezer Bicheno JAMES Ebenezer Bicheno: linking England, Wales, Ireland and Australia The green dragon 9 (Winter 1999/2000) 13-16
  • Nigel Lloyd Brown Rebel who found charter for living. Western Mail 13.10.1984. p.7 ill.
  • Jenkin Collier PASSING of a plush-and-gas relic. Australasian Magazine 7 Sep 1954 28-30 Werndew, a 30 room Victorian style mansion in the fashionable Melbourne suburb of Toorak, about to be demolished was built by Welshman Jenkin Collier. The National Art Gallery of Victoria has acquired some of the furniture and architectural features (such as the window settings and tiled fireplaces depicting a number of Welsh country scenes) as museum examples of Victorian domestic styles.
  • Sir Owen Cox FULL freights for every ship ... Sir Owen Cox plans ideal sea trade. Transport by land and sea Aug 1918 16-17 port. SIR Owen Cox. Australasian BusinessMar 1921 12-13
  • Sir Edgeworth David ANDREWS, E C Memorial of T.W. Edgeworth David Proceedings of the Geological Society of America 1935 215-247 port. Bibliography p237-247. BRANAGAN, David. Seeking Edgeworth David, the knight in the old brown hat National Library of Australia news 11 (August 1999) 7-11ports BRANAGAN, David. T. W. Edgeworth David, a life : geologist, adventurer, soldier and "Knight in the old brown hat". Canberra : National Library of Australia , 2005. : xix, 648 p. CARTER, Jennifer. Portrait of a lady: Caroline Martha David. National Library of Australia News 12 12 (September 2002) 11-13 ports DAVID, M. E. Passages of time: an Australian woman 1890-1974. University of Queensland Press, 1975, 211p DAVID, M. E. Professor David; the life of Sir Edgeworth David London: Edward Arnold, 1937 320p OWEN, Lyn. Time to honour forgotten explorer of Antarctica. Western Mail 19.3.2003 p.8 ports STEPHENS, J. Oliver. Gwyddonydd crediniol. Y Dysgedydd 1947 228-31.
  • David Davies DAVIES, David. 'My story, my work and people I have met'. An autobiography 1879-1960. 1 microfilm reel, negative (MICROFILM FM 412661) Mitchell Library, Sydney. Written between 1948 and 1960, the autobiography refers to Davies' early life in Wales (born, Pontardulais), his arrival in Kalgoorlie in 1911 where he was a miner. He later acted as Congregational Minister in Western Australia and New South Wales
  • [David Davies] 1864-1939 *COWDEN, Tony David Davies: the expatriate period. London: Tony Cowden, 1978. [28]p., 15 plates, notes, biographical resume. Bibliography Limited to 350 numbered copies. MacDONALD, James. The art and life of David Davies. Melbourne: Alexander McCubbin, [192-?], 30p SPARKES, Cameron David Davies 1864-1939. Ballarat: Ballarat Fine Art Gallery, 1984. 68.
  • David John Davies DAVIES, David John. (1879-1935), Archdeacon of Sydney (obit.) The Times 1 July 1935 p. 22.
  • David John Davies LOANE, Marcus L. A centenary history of Moore Theological College. Sydney: Angus & Robertson, 1955 ix, 228p Chapter 9: David John Davies, 1911-1935 p.113-138 TWENTY-ONE years' principalship of Moore College,
  • Joseph Davies GUTHRIE, Faye. Joseph Davies, Bendigo hero. 2nd ed. Ringwood: Guthrigg Genealogy, 1990 xvi, 155. Bibliography; p.109. ROGERS, Faye Joseph Davies: an Australian hero. Dyfed Family History Journal 3/4 (1989) 101-2.
  • Ron Davies Profile on the Hon. Ron Davies, Agent General, Western Australia House A. O. Lifestyle 2 (Feb 1990) 19. Born 1926 in North Perth to Welsh migrants
  • Sorobabel Davies RICHARDS, Thomas. Sorobabel Davies (1806-77) Trafodion Cymdeithas Hanes Bedyddwyr Cymru 1955 57-60 WILLIAMS, Daniel Emrys. Sorobabel Davies Trafodion Cymdeithas Hanes Bedyddwyr Cymru 1975 30-36
  • George Essex Evans BIRCHLEY, Delia. The life and works of George Essex Evans (1863-1909) Thesis (M.A.) - University of Queensland, 1978. MILES, Dilwyn. Llwyngwair and the Bowen family Gwasg Dinefwr Press Ltd, 2002. MULLER, Mark. Bard of the Bush. Pembrokeshire life (June 2004) 16-17 STEPHENS, J. Oliver. George Essex Evans. Y Genhinen 2 (1951) 33-9. TARDENT, Henry A. George Essex Evans, essay written for the Brisbane 1913 Eisteddfod Brisbane: H. Pole, 1913.
  • J Brenny Evans Y PARCHG J Brenny Evans, Roma, Queensland Y Diwygiwr 53 (1888) 230-34
  • Len Evans EVANS, Len. Good Evans, Sydney:Methuen, 1981 184 PARRY, Lord Evans the wine. Western Mail 30.10.1984 8 port
  • William Meirion Evans. An English translation of a biography of the Rev William Meirion Evans (1826-83), Calvinistic Methodist minister and editor of Yr Ymwelydd and Australydd. Photocopy in NLW Facs 680; the original Welsh version has so far not been located. See also NLW Bob Owen Papers 42/3. HALL, Edward. Pregethwr Cymreig cyntaf Awstralia Cymru 20 (1901) 193 WILLIAMS, Evan. Pregethwr Cymraeg cyntaf Awstralia Cymru 19 (1900) 193, 210
  • John Oliver Feetham HAYHOE, A. John Oliver Feetham: a study of his life and influence in North Queensland 1913-1947. Unpublished Honours History Thesis, University of Queensland, 1968
  • Edward Griffith GRIFFITH, Mary Harriet Memorials of the Rev. Edward Griffith / by his daughter. Brisbane : R. S. Hews, 1892. 96p.
  • Sir Samuel Walker Griffith JONES, Brynmor. Parchedig Thomas John Griffith, Launceston, Tasmania: coffad Y Goleuad 15.1.1999 t.3 port FORWARD, R. K. Samuel Griffith. Melbourne: Oxford University Press, 1964 [ii], 30p GRAHAM, A. Douglas. The life of the Right Honorable Sir Samuel Walker Griffith, G.C.M.G., P.C. Brisbane: The Law Book Co. of Australasia, 1939 105p (University of Queensland. John Murtagh Macrossan Lecture for 1938) JOYCE, Roger B. Samuel Walker Griffith. St Lucia: University of Queensland Press, 1984. xi, 456p: ports 0702216887. Bibliography p412-25 HOLLEY, Fred & V.A. An Australian visitor - Sir Samuel Griffith in South Wales, 1887. Merthyr Historian 5 (1992) 83-105. VOCKLER, John C. Sir Samuel Walker Griffith. Unpublished Honours degree in History Thesis, University of Queensland, 1953
  • Thomas John Griffith JONES, Brynmor. Parchedig Thomas John Griffith, Launceston, Tasmania: coffad Y Goleuad 15.1.1999 t.3 port
  • Howard Griffiths CHARLWOOD, Don. Writer revelled in TV's golden years Australian 16.11.1999 18
  • Bryn Griffiths GOWER, Jon. Gwaliadownunda New Welsh Review 51 Vol XIII Issue 3 (Winter 00/01) 27-29
  • John Grono. TWO Hawkesbury sailors : an illustrated history of Capt. John Grono and Capt. Alexander Books :Richmond, N.S.W., Australia : Grono-Books Association, 1984. 76p
  • Owen Harries EDWARDS, John. How Owen Harries leaned from left to right. The Bulletin 106 5436 (2 October 1984) 32-36
  • Rolf Harris DAVIES, Marian. A walkabout with the gentle giant. Welsh style 18 (Oct 1989) 6-8 RYAN, Orla. Rolf's Welsh roots. Western Mail Weekender 24.7.1993 3 ports
  • Jenkin Henry HEARLE, Janet. A Porthcawl benefactor. Glamorgan Family History Society Journal 21 ([April] 1990) 24-6
  • Frank Hughes AUSTEN, Tom. The entombed miner. Perth, Western Australia: St George Books, 1986 214p. Bibliography p.198-203 Divers, led by Welshman Frank Hughes, rescue a miner in WA
  • William Morris Hughes The BILLY book , Hughes abroad, 50 new drawings, NSW Bookstall Co., 19-- BOOKER, Malcolm. The great professional , a study of W.M. Hughes McGraw Hill, Sydney, 1980 xii,292 BROWNE, Frank C. They called him Billy, a biography of the Rt. Hon. W. M. Hughes, P.C., M.P. Sydney: Peter Houston, Sydney [195-?] 221(6)p CHASE, Diana. William Morris Hughes: Prime Minister for the underdog. South Melbourne: Macmillan Education, 1993, 32p Bibliography p.30 DAVIES, Peter Huw. Billy Hughes Wales Review 4 (Dec [1996]) p.27-28 port. FITZHARDINGE, L.F. William Morris Hughes: a political biography. [1] That fiery particle 1862-1914. Angus and Robertson, 1964 xiii, 321 ill. ports. Bibliography p. 303-7 FITZHARDINGE, L.F. William Morris Hughes: a political biography [2] The little digger 1914-1952. Angus and Robertson, 1979 xx, 703 ill., ports Bibliography p. 672-684 HORNE, Donald Richmond In search of Billy Hughes, Macmillan, 1979 viii, 135 ill., ports, Index HUDSON, W.J. Billy Hughes in Paris, the birth of Australian diplomacy Melbourne: Nelson in association with the Australian Institute of International Affairs, 1978 xvi, 147p Bibliography p. 141-3, includes index HUGHES, Aneurin. Billy Hughes: Prime minister and controversial founding father of the Australian Labor Party. John Wiley & Sons Australia, 2005. 176p. IORWERTH, Dylan. Billy Bach - cythraul mewn croen. Golwg 6.6.1996 10-11 SLADEN, D. From boundary rider to Prime Minister. London, 1916 viii, 216 WHYTE, W. Farmer William Morris Hughes: his life and times. Angus and Robertson, 1957 xiv, 537 ill., ports Bibliography p. 515-516
  • J B Humffray WILLIAMS, Theophilus. An Australian Welshman. Wales 3 (1896) 461-2
  • Robert Ifans GUTO, Dafydd Cyfoethogi Cymru a'r aur a ddaeth o Awstralia Llafar gwlad 22 (Gaeaf 1988) 23
  • James Jenkins JENKINS, Kay. The abandoned child: the story of James Jenkins born Carmarthenshire 1843, died South Australia 1919 Carmarthenshire life June 2005 4-7
  • Joseph Jenkins JENKINS, Joseph. Diary of a Welsh swagman, 1869-1894 [by Joseph Jenkins] ; abridged and notated by William Evans. South Melbourne ; London : London : Macmillan Co. of Australia ; Macmillan, 1975. 0333175557 JENKINS, Joseph. Diary of a Welsh swagman, 1869-1894 [by Joseph Jenkins] ; abridged and notated by William Evans. [South Melbourne, Vic]: Sun Australia, [1995] 0725102462 JONES, T Llew. O Dregaron i Bungaroo. Llandysul: Gwasg Gomer, 1981 114p Copies published but later withdrawn on publisher's instructions. KNIGHT, Stephen. The swagman from Trecefel Planet 61 (1987) 72-6 PHILLIPS, Bethan. Hanes cymeriad lliwgar a thymhestlog Y Faner Newydd 10 (Gaeaf 1998) 12-13 PHILLIPS, Bethan. Joseph Jenkins: a Welsh swagman Yr Enfys Gaeaf 1998/9 4-5,7 port PHILLIPS, Bethan. Pity the swagman: the Australian odyssey of a Victorian diarist Cymdeithas Lyfrau Ceredigion Gyf., 2002. PHILLIPS, Bethan. Rhwng dau fyd: swagman o Geredigion Cymdeithas Lyfrau Ceredigion, 1998 PHILLIPS, Bethan. The Welsh swagman and Ned Kelly Yr Enfys Spring 2001 21-22 TRAMP o Gymro yn Awstralia. Bro 9 (1979) p.[14-20]
  • Richard Lewis Jenkins RICHARD Lewis Jenkins In BARTLEY, Nehemiah. Australian pioneers and reminiscences 1849-1894. Sydney: John Ferguson, 1978, p.144-8 Facsimile reprint: originally published Brisbane: Gordon & Gotch, 1896
  • Joseph Bolitho Johns ELLIOT, Ian. Moondyne Joe, the man and the myth. Nedlands: University of Western Australia, 1978 xiii, 172p. 0855641304 Bibliography p.161-3 The LIFE, trial and execution of Joseph Johns, an associate of the notorious Captain Moonlight, who was sentenced to death at 17 years of age, and reprieved; and nine years after was hanged, July 1885 for the attempted murder of a fellow prisoner. Hobart: William Higgins, 1885 4p O'REILLY, John Boyle. Moondyne: a story from the under-world. London: Routledge & Co., 1889 320p
  • Abraham Parry Jones HUGHES, Evan. Reverend Abraham Parry Jones. The dawn: y wawr July 2002 5-6, September 2002 [6-7]
  • Daniel Jones, -1898 GREENBANK, Carrin An extraordinary Welshman. Central Highlands Historical Journal 2 (1994) 21-29.
  • David Jones IN Australia it's David Jones . Sydney: [David Jones?], 1952. 16p LLOYD, John A. David Jones of Llandeilo Fawr - founder of David Jones Limited of Australia. Carmarthen Antiquary XXX (1994) 79-89 ill. RAFERTY, Paul A. The house built on service: David Jones Ltd during the Inter-War years: 1919 -1939. Bachelor of Economics Degree, Dept of Economic History, University of Sydney, 1980. STEWART, Meg. From drapery to department store: the David Jones story . Times on Sunday 14 & 21.2.1988 (NLW Dept. of Ms. ex 1312) The STORY of David Jones
  • John Llewelyn Jones AUTY, G. John Llewelyn Jones: Australia's forgotten painter. Sydney 1998 280p.
  • John Rowland Jones, 1841-1895
  • Owen Jones BRADFIELD, Raymond A. Owen Jones: Labour pioneer on the Castlemaine Goldfield. Castlemaine: [R.A. Bradfield], [1990?] 149p.
  • Rhys Jones CHIPPINDALE, Christopher. Professor Rhys Jones Independent 19.10.2001 6 DERMODT, Nick. Speaking Welsh with an international accent Western Mail 4.1.2001 p.15 port LLEWELYN, Gwyn. Gwyn a'i fyd. Hughes, 1996 44-53. PONT rhwng pobloedd Golwg 14 13 (29.11.2001) 12 port PROFESSOR Rhys Jones Times
  • Robert Jones MORGAN, Harrow. Robert Jones of Caergybi and Melbourne - Master Mariner 1862-1935 [Cymro i'r Carn] Cymru a'r Môr 17 (1995) 121-138
  • T. Harri Jones JONES, P. Bernard. T.H. Jones :poet of exile. Cardiff : University of Wales Press, 2001.
  • William Jones RICHARDS, Thomas. William Jones, Ballarat. Y Llenor 21 (1942) 86-90 Also reprinted in his Rhwng y silffoedd (1978) 105-9
  • William Jones, 1842-1907 WINTER, Wilfred Onward: Burnie historical sidelights in a biography of William Jones, Master Mariner, Industrialist, Civic Leader, "King of Burnie" Burnie, Tasmania: [Wilfred Winter?], 1975. [4], 46p., ports
  • Alun Leach-Jones GRAY, Robert. Alun Leach-Jones, [essays by] Robert Gray, Graeme Sturgeon, and Christopher Gentle, Craftsman House, Roseville, NSW. 1995 180p. TOMOS, Robyn. Gorau Cymro... Golwg 19.3.1992 22-3 ill, port.
  • Dafydd Lewis SANDILANDS, Jane. Dafydd Edward Lewis : a short history of Dafydd Edward Lewis and the Dafydd Lewis Trust. Melbourne : The Dafydd Lewis Trust, c1999. 16 p. .
  • Essington Lewis BLAINEY, Geoffrey. The Steel Master: a life of Essington Lewis. Melbourne University Press,1996 224p.
  • Philip Lewis PRICE, Karen. Valleys boy found gem of a life in opal mining. Western Mail 22.7.1999 p.13 port
  • Bill Lloyd WILLIAMS, Katie. The Welshman who made it down under. Country Quest (Jan 1990) 22-3 WILLIAMS, Katie. A Welshman who made it. Country Quest Sept 1999 38-39 port
  • Illtyd Loveluck BRADY, Madalaine. Welsh down under. The Welsh Churchman 3412 (Dec 1996) 8 port.
  • Louisa Anne Meredith RAE-ELLIS, Vivienne. Louisa Anne Meredith: a tigress in exile. Hobart: St. David's Park Publishing, 1990 273p. map, ports. Bibliography: p.248-261.
  • Alfred Edward Morgans Mr Alfred Edward Morgans In REID, G. S. &; M. R. Oliver. The Premiers of Western Australia; 1890-1982. University of Western Australia Press, 1982. 24-6 0855642149
  • Dafydd Morris TUDUR AP HYWEL. Bywgraphiad o'r diweddar Dafydd Morris, Ballarat. Ballarat: W.B. Macdonald, [1889?] 12p.
  • Pixie O'Harris O'HARRIS, Pixie. Our small safe world: recollections of a Welsh childhood. Sydney: Boobook Publications, 1986. xiv, 215, xv-xxiip. 0908121202 Bibliography p.xv-xvii  O'HARRIS, Pixie. Was it yesterday? Rigby: Adelaide, 1983. 119p. 0727018140 Bibliography p.117-9 O'NEILL, Terence Australian children's books to 1980 National Library of Australia, 1989. p.77, 78, 114
  • Dorothy O'Neill O'NEILL Dorothy. Memories of a Welsh childhood Henley Beach, SA.: Seaview Press, 2004. 130p.
  • John Oliver NORMAN, James. John Oliver. North Queensland. Melbourne: General Board of Religious Education for the Church of England in Australia for the Diocese of North Queensland, [1953]
  • Eiflyn Peris Owen Coffâd. Parchg Eiflyn Peris Owen, Port Pirie. D. Ben Rees
  • Griffith John Owen OWEN, Griffith John. On active service with the A.I.F. G & R Owen, Wembley (WA) 1992 0646082663 [9]p. The author was born in Williamstown, Victoria of Welsh descent.
  • Tom Price Bywgraffiad 4. Tom Price, Prif Weinidog De Awstralia (1852-1909) Typescript. Adran Llawysgrifau LLGC Papurau Bob Owen Croesor 18/9 EDWARDS, Eric. Yr Anrhydeddus Tom Price. Yr Eurgrawn 169 (Gaeaf 1977) 154-9 GANZIS, Nicholas. Tom Price, First Labour Premier: a political biography. Unpublished Honours History Thesis, University of Adelaide, 1959 OWEN, Bob. Bywgraffiad Tom Price, Prif Weinidog De Awstralia, 1852-1909. Teipysgrif Adran Llawysgrifau LLGC Casgliad Bob Owen Bocs 18, eitem 9 SMEATON, T H. From stone cutter to Premier & Minister of Education: the story of Tom Price, a Welsh boy who became an Australian Statesman. Adelaide: Hunkin, Ellis & King, [1924] 244p
  • Ifor Meirion Pugh Evan Hughes Vale - Ifor Meirion Pugh (1916-1999) The dawn: Y wawr Tach/Nov 1999 [8]
  • David Rees CRAGO, Howard. David Rees - a father of Union. Hawthorn: Baptist Union of Victoria, 1985 [1], 12, [1]p 0949654159 GRIFFITHS, W.J. O Gymru fach i Awstralia fawr. Trafodion Cymdeithas Hanes y Bedyddwyr 2000 38-40
  • Derrick Rees REES, Derrick. By then I was thirteen / Derrick (Taffy) Rees. Sydney : Lexington Avenue, 1999.
  • Thomas Richards LLOYD, David Myrddin. An Australian literary pioneer from Dolgellau. Journal of the Welsh Bibliographical Society 6 (July 1949) 309-11 MILLER, Edmund Morris. Pressmen and governors Sydney: Sydney University Press, 1952 308p Chapter III p.93-117, 'Thomas Richards'
  • Bryn Roberts. ROBERTS, Iorwerth, Gold-digger walked up a thirst. Liverpool Daily Post 18.11.1995 p.27 port
  • Ieuan Roberts Engineering - South Wales; proceedings of the South Wales Institute of Engineers 107 (1999) 67 port.
  • Robert Roberts LAMB, Norman J. (ed) Robert Roberts, Y Sgolor Mawr. National Library of Wales Journal 43-4 (1945-46) 205-6 Two letters relating to Roberts' attempt to be licensed by the Bishop of Melbourne. ROBERTS, Robert A wandering scholar: the life and opinions of Robert Roberts. Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 1991. xxxix, 497p. Prepared between 1863-75 while the author was living in Australia; first published in 1923. This ed. contains an introduction & postscript by John Burnett and H.G. Williams.
  • Betty Smajlov SMAJLOV, Betty. Taith drist i ben draw'r byd yng nghwmni plant. Y Cymro 9.3.2002 t.24 ports.
  • David Samwell BOWEN, E. G. David Samwell, 1751-1798 (Dafydd Ddu Feddyg). Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 1974 117p, facsimile, map. Parallel Welsh text and English translation. Brief bibliography p [117] LEWIS, Wynne. Dafydd Ddu Feddyg. Cymru a'r Môr=Maritime Wales 12 (1989) 29-33 MATTHEWS, Gethin. Anturiaeth fawr y meddyg môr o Gymru Y Cymro 18.11.1998 t.17
  • A. G. Stephens A. G. Stephens - his life and work ; ed. by Vance Palmer. Melbourne: Robertson & Mullens, 1941 ix, 242p.
  • John Lort Stokes BARTLETT, John The man who charted Australia. Pembrokeshire life January 2003 12-14 The BEAGLE has landed . Pembrokeshire life January 2003 15
  • George William Taylor ELLIS, Gordon. The apprentice draper who became a millionaire. Country Quest Feb 1988 16-17
  • David John Thomas DAVID John Thomas. Australian Medical Journal 16 (1871) 187-190
  • Evan Robert Thomas One of Gwynedd's glorious sons. R Chapman Gwreidiau Gwynedd Roots 30 (April 1996) 12-14.
  • Lewis Thomas BRIGGS, Margo. Coal king of Queensland waited 18 years for his queen. Western Mail 5.4.1975 8 ports MYERS, Colin. The miner who lived in a castle The Sunday Mail Color Magazine (Australia) 24.8.1969 PARRY, Nerida A. The Brynhyfryd story. Unpublished thesis, 1979 NLW Facs 429
  • Mesac Thomas WYATT, Ransome T. The history of the diocese of Goulburn. Sydney: Edgar Bragg, 1937. 385p Bibliography p.369-70 Chapter V, Mesac Thomas, first Bishop of Goulburn, 46-60
  • Robert Thomas THOMAS, Robert: autobiography i, 151ff NLW MS. 22103B An unpublished account of Robert Thomas of Llanfechain, co. Montgomery...including a voyage from Liverpool to Melbourne, Sep. - Dec 1852, his life in the Australian goldfields between Dec 1852 and April 1854 and a log of his return from Melbourne to Liverpool, May-Aug 1862.
  • Thomas Thomas The late Thomas Thomas, of Blackstone. The Welsh Australian 2 7 (May 1940) [8]
  • Thomas-Rees Thomas St David's Welsh Society of Brisbane. Yr Enfys Summer 1993 18 port
  • James Tipping Da Costa-Adams, Robin. Land of gold: James Tipping & a mining heritage / Robin Da Costa-Adams = Gwlad yr aur. Canterbury, Vic.: Robin Da Costa-Adams, 2001. 84p
  • John Williams WILLIAMS, John. So ends this day. Globe Press, 1981 [12] 226, [5]p
  • John Lloyd Williams, 1926-87 McILWRAITH, John. MP not afraid to rock Liberal boat. Australian 14.3.1997
  • Theophilus Williams THOMAS, Emlyn. Theophilus Williams - Mayor of Ballarat, Australia. Llwchwr Society Magazine 4 (1978) 11-14
  • William Williams, 1839-1915 ELLIS, Bryn Australian Williams Quercus, 1995 57p ELLIS, Bryn. William Williams (1839-1915), arloeswr o Fôn. Transactions of the Anglesey Antiquarian Society 1971-72, 111-29 geneal. table, English summary
  • Zephaniah Williams BRIGGS, Asa. Chartists in Tasmania: a note. Bulletin of the Society for the Study of Labour History 3 (Autumn 1961) 4-8 BROWN, Nigel Lloyd. Rebel who found charter for living Western Mail 13.10.1984. p.7 ill. CHARTISTS transported tp Van Diemen's Land, 1840 Illustrated Sydney News 25.7.1874 p.7,12 LLOYD, Bernard Zephaniah Williams: Tredegar's Chartist martyr Ymlaen 47 (Summer 1996) p.[6-7] PATERSON, Richard. Reason - the cure for fanaticism and folly. The Freethinker 11512 (Dec 1995) 186. WILLIAMS, David. Zephaniah Williams: a note. Bulletin of the Society for the Study of Labour History 5 (Autumn 1962) 43-44
  • A C Willis YOUNG, I E. A C Willis, Welsh nonconformist and the Labour Party in NSW 1911-33. The Journal of Religious History 2 1-4 (1962-3) 303-13
  • Howell Witt MURRAY, James. Rollicking shepherd of an outback flock. Australian 17/7/1998 WITT, Howell. Bush Bishop. Adelaide: Rigby, 1979 (vi), (7)-237p.

* Dim copi yn LlGC / NLW does not hold a copy.

Was this page useful?