Bronze statue of Lewis Edwards seated with an open book on his lap, and books and newspaper under the chair.
cyfodwyd y cerflun hwn
i anrhydeddu coffadwriaeth
y parch lewis edwards m.a. d.d
sylfaenydd a llywydd cyntaf
athrofar bala 1837 - 1887
a dysgawdwr cenedl y cymry
fel llenor duwinydd a
gweinidog yr efengyl
ganwyd hyd 27 · 1809
bu · farw · gorff · 19 ·1887
This statue is raised
in remembrance and to honour
the Reverend Lewis Edwards M.A. D.D.
Founder and head of the first
Bala College 1837-1887
and who taught the Welsh people
as a literary man and Minister
of God, the gospel.
Born October 27, 1809
Died July 19, 1887
Signed: w. goscombe john r.a. 1911
a.b. burton / founder thames ditton
A statue of his son, Thomas Charles Edwards, is in Aberystwyth. Also in Bala is a statue of Thomas Charles, the grandfather of his wife Jane Charles.
Sources & Information
Locatie (N 52°54'54" - W 3°36'1") (Satellite view: Google Maps)
Item Code: gbwa105; Photograph: 28 July 2012
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