Cyfeiriwyd yn aml at Edward Richard fel 'Yr Eos' – teyrnged iddo fel bardd. [Mae'r llun uchod o'r eos ar gael ar y dudalen we http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:NSRW_Nightingale.png]
Os am fynd nôl i'r dudalen flaenorol, cliciwch y botwm glas
Mr. Richards was a martyr to that painful disease, the gravel. He died on the 4th of March, 1777, and was buried at Ystrad-meurig, where there is a Latin inscribed tablet raised to his memory. Although he has travelled to that bourne '' from whence no traveller returns," his name will be remembered as long as the river Tivy will flow through the valley beneath to the sea.
John Rowlands, Historical notes of the counties of Glamorgan, Carmarthen and Cardigan : and a list of the
members of parliament for South Wales, from Henry VIII, to Charles II., Cardiff, 1866 (see notes)
Llywarch Hen, Pantypwdin, By-gones, May 1883, page 245
Gwallter Mechain (Walter Davies) A tour in South Wales (1802) LL.G.C. Llawysgrif MS 1730B
Saunders Lewis, A School of Welsh Augustans, Bath, 1969
Dyfyniadau allan o 'Yr Eos : sef gwaith awenyddawl Mr. Edward Richard'
Rhai dyfyniadau sy'n rhoi cip-olwg ar y Bardd