1848–1915
Penlan
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De­cem­ber 30, 1848, Tre­cas­tle, Bre­con­shire, Wales.

De­cem­ber 10, 1915, Aber­yst­wyth, Car­di­gans­hire, Wales.

Tre­cas­tle, Bre­con, Powys, Wales.

Jenkins en­tered Aber­yst­wyth Col­lege in 1874 and stu­died un­der Jo­seph Par­ry, chair of mu­sic at the Un­i­ver­si­ty. He went on to st­udy at Cam­bridge, gra­du­at­ing in 1879.

He was much in ev­i­dence in the mu­sic­al life of Wales, and judged at the na­tion­al Eis­tedd­fod and pro­vin­cial Eis­tedd­fo­dau. He ed­it­ed Y Cer­ddor (The Mu­si­cian) from 1888 un­til his death.

His works in­clude:

  1. Llanllyfni
  2. Penlan