Dictionary of National Biography, 1885-1900/Edwards, John (fl.1651)
EDWARDS, JOHN (Sion Treredyn) (fl. 1651), was the translator of the 'Marrow of Modern Divinity' into Welsh. It is described as by E. F. (Edward Fisher) [q. v.] in English, and by J. E. in Welsh, printed in London by T. Mabb and A. Coles, for William Ballard, and sold at his shop under the sign of the Bible, in Corn Street, in the city of Bristol, 1651. The dedication, to the Herberts, Morgans, Kerneys, Williams of Gwent, is dated 20 July 1650; the introduction to the reader, apologising for many errors, is dated 10 May 1651. Edwards was ejected from Tredynock in Monmouthshire.
[Rowlands's Cambrian Bibliography; Dr. Thomas Rees's Hist, of Prot. Nonconformity in Wales, 2nd ed. p. 77 note.]