Beynon, John Jones

Beynon, John Jones a Welsh Congregational minister, was born at Fronhaul, Parish of Cilrhedine, Caermarthen County, South Wales in 1787. At fourteen years of age he joined the Church at Trelech. He commenced his studies for the ministry in the Academy at Wrexham about 1808, and was invited to take charge of the infant cause at Bishopscastle, under the auspices of the Salop Association. He was ordained at Bishopscastle in 1813. At the end of 1816 he was settled as pastor over the churches at Dorrington and Lyth Hill, near Shrewsbury, and remained there until the close of life, Dec. 8, 1853. See (Lond.) Cong. Year-book, 1855, p. 207, 208.

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