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Welsh Biography Online - Relating to Bangor - 666 Results

ADAMS, DAVID (1845 -1923), Congregationalist divine .

AMBROSE, WILLIAM ( Emrys ;1813 -1873),Independent minister, poet, and littérateur .

AMBROSE, WILLIAM ROBERT (1832 -1878), Baptist minister and antiquary .

ANARAWD ap GRUFFYDD (d.1143), prince .

ANIAN I (d.1266), bishop of S. Asaph .

ANIAN (d.1306?), bishop of Bangor .

ARMSTRONG-JONES,Sir ROBERT (1857 -1943), physician and alienist .

ASHTON, CHARLES (1848 -1899), Welsh bibliographer and literary historian .

BAYLY, LEWIS (d.1631), bishop and devotional writer .

BEBB, WILLIAM AMBROSE (1894 -1955),historian, prose writer and politician ;

BELL,Sir HAROLD IDRIS (1879 -1967), scholar and translator ;

BENNETT, RICHARD (1860 -1937), Calvinistic Methodist historian ;

BERRY, ROBERT GRIFFITH (1869 -1945), minister (Congl.) and writer ;

BEUNO (d.642?), patron saint ,

BODVEL ( WYNNE and GWYNNE ), of Bodvel (Caerns.), Caerfryn ( Anglesey), etc.

BODWRDA ( BODURDA )family, ofBodwrda, Caerns.

BONAPARTE,Prince LOUIS-LUCIEN (1813 -1891),

BOWYER, GWILYM (1906 -1965), minister (Congl.) and college principal ;

BRISCOE, THOMAS (1813 -1895), cleric and scholar ;

BROSTER family, printers , Chester and Bangor .

BRYAN, ROBERT (1858 -1920), poet and composer ;

BULKELEY family, Anglesey, etc.,

BULKELEY, WILLIAM (1691 -1760), squire and diarist

CADWALADR (d.1172), prince ,

CADWGAN (d.1241), bishop of Bangor ,

CAMPBELL, FREDERICK ARCHIBALD VAUGHAN, viscount Emlyn (1847-1898), earl Cawdor (1898-1911) ;

CARTER family, ofKinmel, Denbs.

CEMLYN-JONES,Sir ELIAS WYNNE (1888 -1966), public figure ;

CHARLES, JOHN ALWYN (1924 -1977), minister (Cong.) and college lecturer .

CLYNNOG, MORYS (or MAURICE CLENOCKE ) ( c. 1525 -1581), Roman Catholic theologian ;

CONWAY or CONWY family, of Botryddan (‘ Bodrhyddan’), Flints.

COPPACK, MAIR HAFINA HAFINA CLWYD (1936 -2011), author and columnist .

COTTON, JAMES HENRY (1780 -1862), dean of Bangor cathedral and educationist ;

COTTON,Sir STAPLETON (1773 -1865), 6th baronet, afterwards 1st viscount Combermere , field-marshal ,

CROWTHER, JOHN NEWTON ( Glanceri ;1847 -1928), schoolmaster ;

CYNWAL, WILLIAM (d.1587 or1588), poet ,

DAFYDD ab EDMWND ( fl. 1450-1490), gentleman and bardic master ;

DAFYDD ap GWILYM ( fl. 1340-1370), poet .

DAFYDD ap LLYWELYN (d.1246), prince ,

DAFYDD DARON ( fl. 1400), dean of Bangor ,

DAFYDD TREFOR, ‘Syr,’ alias David ap Hoell ap Ieuan ap Iorwerth (d.1528?), cleric and bard ;

DANIEL, JOHN EDWARD (1902 -1962), college lecturer and inspector of schools ;

DAVID (d.1139?), bishop of Bangor .

DAVIES family, of Bersham, smiths .

DAVIES, ANNIE (1910 -1970), better known as NAN , radio and television producer ;

DAVIES, CADWALADR (1704-?),bard, ballad-writer, and collector

DAVIES, CHARLES (1849 -1927), Baptist minister ;

DAVIES, DAVID CHARLES (1826 -1891),Calvinistic Methodist minister, theologian, and principal of Trevecka College ;

DAVIES, DAVID STEPHEN (1841 -1898),preacher, temperance reformer, man of letters, and colonist ;

DAVIES, DAVID TEGFAN (1883 -1968), Congl. minister ;

DAVIES, DAVID THOMAS FFRANGCON (1855 -1918), singer ;

DAVIES, EDWARD OWEN (1864 -1936), Calvinistic Methodist minister and author ;

DAVIES, EDWARD TEGLA (1880 -1967), minister (Meth.) and writer ;

DAVIES, EVAN THOMAS ( Dyfrig ;1847 -1927), cleric ;

DAVIES, EVAN THOMAS (1878 -1969), musician ;

DAVIES, GETHIN (1846 -1896), Baptist minister and college principal ;

DAVIES, GLYNNE GERALLT (1916 -1968), minister (Congl.) and poet ;

DAVIES, GRIFFITH (1788 -1855), actuary ;

DAVIES, HENRY REES (1861 -1940), antiquary ,

DAVIES, HUGH (1739 -1821), cleric and author of Welsh Botanology ;

DAVIES, HUMFFREY (‘ Wmffre Dafydd ab Ifan ; fl. 1600?-64?), poet ;

DAVIES, JOHN ( Gwyneddon ;1832 -1904), printer and journalist ;

DAVIES, JOHN (‘ Siôn Dafydd,’ ‘ Siôn Dafydd Lâs ’; d.1694), ‘family bard’ at Nannau, near Dolgelley ;

DAVIES, JOHN ELIAS ( Telynor y Gogledd ;1847 -1883 ) ;

DAVIES, JOHN PHILIP (1786 -1832),Baptist minister, commentator, and divine ;

DAVIES, LEWIS ;1863 -1951),novelist, local historian, schoolmaster ;

DAVIES, MARY (1855 -1930), singer ;

DAVIES, MORRIS (1796 -1876),author, hymnologist, and musician ;

DAVIES, OWEN (1840 -1929 ; DWB , 145-6).

DAVIES, OWEN HUMPHREY ( Eos Llechid ;1828 -1898),quarryman, musician, and cleric ;

DAVIES, RICHARD (1501? -1581), bishop and biblical translator ;

DAVIES, RICHARD (1818 -1896), M.P. ;

DAVIES, ROBERT ( Cyndeyrn ;1814 -1867), musician ;

DAVIES, ROBERT (1816 -1905), philanthropist ;

DAVIES, SAMUEL (‘ the 2nd ’ ;1818 -1891), Wesleyan minister ;

DAVIES, DAVIS , or DAVYES , THOMAS (1512? -1573), bishop of S. Asaph ,

DAVIES, THOMAS WITTON (1851 -1923),Baptist minister, and Semitic scholar ;

DAVIES, TOM EIRUG (‘ Eirug ’;1892 -1951),Congl. minister, writer and poet ;

DAVIES, WILLIAM (1820 -1875), Wesleyan minister ;

DAVIES, WILLIAM (1859 -1907), musician ;

DAVIES, WILLIAM (d.1593), Roman Catholic missioner and martyr ;

DAVIES, WILLIAM CADWALADR (1849 -1905), educationist ;

DAVIES, WILLIAM DAVID [P.] (1897 -1969),minister (Presb.), college tutor and author ;

DAVIES, WILLIAM THOMAS (PENNAR) (1911 -1996),novelist, poet, theologian and scholar .

DEINIOL (d.584),saint, founder of Bangor and first bishop in Gwynedd ;

DODD, CHARLES HAROLD (1884 -1973), biblical scholar .

DOLBEN ( DOULBEN , DOULBIN , or DAULBIN ), ofSegrwyd, Denbs., etc.

DUNAWD , saint ( fl. 6th cent. ).

EAMES, WILLIAM (1874 -1958), journalist ;

EDISBURY family, of Bedwal, Marchwiel, Pentre-clawdd, and Erddig ( Denbs. ).

EDMUNDS, MARY ANNE (1813 -1858 ) ;

EDNYFED FYCHAN ( EDNYFED ap CYNWRIG ) and his descendants .

EDWARDS, DAVID MIALL (1873 -1941), theologian and writer ;

EDWARDS, EDWARD (1803 -1879), marine zoologist ;

EDWARDS, GWILYM ARTHUR (1881 -1963),minister (Presb.), principal of the Theological College, Aberystwyth, and author ;

EDWARDS, HENRY THOMAS (1837 -1884), dean of Bangor ,

EDWARDS, HUMPHREY (1730 -1788), physician and apothecary ;

EDWARDS, RICHARD FOULKES ( Rhisiart Ddu o Wynedd ;1836 -1870), poet ;

EDWARDS, ROGER (1811 -1886), Calvinistic Methodist minister ;

EDWARDS, THOMAS ( Gwynedd ;1844 -1924 ); cleric and eisteddfodwr ;

EDWARDS, THOMAS (1652 -1721), cleric and Coptic scholar ;

EDWARDS, THOMAS CHARLES (1837 -1900),Calvinistic Methodist minister, exegete and preacher ,

EDWARDS, WILLIAM (1851 -1940), H.M. inspector of schools ;

ELFODD , bishop (d.809),

ELIS ap SION ap MORYS ( fl. 15th cent.), bard ,

ELLIS, DAVID (1736 -1795),cleric, poet, translator, and transcriber of manuscripts ;

ELLIS, JOHN (1674 -1735), cleric and antiquary ;

ELLIS, MORGAN ALBERT (1832 -1901), Welsh-American preacher and editor ;

ELLIS, RICHARD (1784 -1824), excise officer and musician ;

ELLIS, ROBERT THOMAS (1924 -2010), Labour/SDP politician .

EVANS,Sir (DAVID) EMRYS (1891 -1966), educationist and translator ;

EVANS, ALBERT OWEN (1864 -1937), archdeacon of Bangor ;

EVANS, DANIEL (1774 -1835), Congregational minister ;

EVANS, DANIEL SILVAN (1818 -1903),cleric, translator, editor, and lexicographer ;

EVANS, DAVID DELTA (‘ Dewi Hiraddug ’;1866 -1948),journalist, author and Unitarian minister ;

EVANS, DAVID TECWYN (1876 -1957), Meth. minister ;

EVANS, DAVID THOMAS GRUFFYDD, Baron Evans of Claughton (1928 -1992), solicitor and politician .

EVANS, ELLIS (1786 -1864), Baptist minister and author ;

EVANS, EVAN (EVANDER) WILLIAM (1827? -1874 ; DWB , 234).

EVANS, EVAN HERBER (1836 -1896), Independent minister and college principal ;

EVANS, EVAN KERI (1860 -1941), minister (Congl.) ;

EVANS, GRIFFITH (1835 -1935 ; DWB , 235).

EVANS, GRIFFITH IFOR (1889 -1966), surgeon and pioneer of the Christian Faith Healing Movement in Wales ;

EVANS, HARRY (1873 -1914), musician ;

EVANS, HENRY TOBIT (1844 -1908),schoolmaster, journalist, and author ;

EVANS, HUGH ( Hywel Eryri ;1767 -1841?), poet ;

EVANS, JAMES THOMAS (1878 -1950),principal of the Baptist College, Bangor ;

EVANS, JOHN (1651? -1724), bishop of Bangor and later of Meath ,

EVANS, JOHN (1840 -1897), Wesleyan minister ;

EVANS, JOHN GWENOGVRYN (1852 -1930), palaeographer ,

EVANS, JOHN HUGH ( Cynfaen ;1833 -1886), Wesleyan Minister ;

EVANS, JOHN JAMES (1894 -1965), teacher and writer ;

EVANS, JOHN RHAIADORE (1790? -1850? ); surgeon ;

EVANS, LLEWELLYN IOAN (originally Ioan Llewelyn Evans ? ) (1833 -1892), Biblical scholar .

EVANS, MALDWYN LEWIS (MAL) (1937 -2009), champion bowler .

EVANS, RICHARD HUMPHREYS (1904 -1995), Calvinistic Methodist minister and professor of theology .

EVANS, RICHARD THOMAS (1892 -1962), Baptist minister and administrator ;

EVANS, TREBOR LLOYD (1909 -1979), minister (Indepedent) and author .

FAGAN, THOMAS WALLACE (1874 -1951), agricultural chemist ;

FARRINGTON, RICHARD (1702 -1772), cleric and antiquary ;

FOSTER, IDRIS LLEWELYN (1911 -1984), Welsh and Celtic Scholar .

FOULKES, ANNIE (1877 -1962), editor of an anthology ;

FYNES-CLINTON, OSBERT HENRY (1869 -1941),Professor of French and Romance Philology at the University College of North Wales, Bangor ;

GIRALDUS CAMBRENSIS (1146? -1223), archdeacon of Brecon and mediaeval Latin writer ,

GLYN (also GLYNNE ), family of Glynllifon, Caerns.

GLYN, WILLIAM (1504 -1558), bishop .

GOODWIN, JOHN (1681 -1763), Quaker minister in North Wales ;

GORONWY GYRIOG ( fl. c. 1310-1360 ), an Anglesey poet ;

GREEN, CHARLES ALFRED HOWELL (1864 -1944), second Archbishop of Wales ,

GREENLY, EDWARD (1861 -1951), geologist ;

GRESHAM, COLIN ALASTAIR (1913 -1989),archaeologist, historian and author .

GRIFFITH , FAMILY of Carreg-lwyd ( DWB , 288).

GRIFFITH family, of Garn andPlasnewydd, Denbs.

GRIFFITH family, of Cefn Amwlch, Penllech, Llŷn .

GRIFFITH OF PENRHYN (Caerns.) .

GRIFFITH, ALEXANDER (d.1676), cleric and controversialist ;

GRIFFITH, DAVID (1841 -1910),schoolmaster, cleric, and diarist ;

GRIFFITH, EDMUND (1570 -1637), bishop ;

GRIFFITH, GEORGE (1601 -1666), bishop ;

GRIFFITH, GRIFFITH WYNNE (1883 -1967), minister (Presb.) and author ;

GRIFFITH, HUW WYNNE (1915 -1993), minister (Presb) and a prominent ecumenical leader .

GRIFFITH, JOHN (1863 -1933), schoolmaster and musician ;

GRIFFITH, JOHN EDWARDS (1843 -1933), naturalist and antiquary ;

GRIFFITH, OWEN ( Eryr Eryri,1839 -1903), musician ;

GRIFFITH, PIRS or PIERS (1568 -1628), squire and adventurer ,

GRIFFITH, ROBERT ARTHUR ( Elphin,1860 -1936), author and lawyer ;

GRIFFITH, ROBERT DAVID (1877 -1958), musician and historian of Welsh congregational singing ;

GRIFFITHS, JOHN POWELL (1875 -1944), minister (Bap.) and schoolmaster .

GRIFFITHS, VAVASOR (d.1741), Independent minister and tutor .

GRIFFITH, WILLIAM JOHN (1875 -1931), writer of short stories ;

GRUFFUDD ap CYNAN ( c. 1055 -1137), king of Gwynedd ,

GRUFFYDD, IFAN (1896 -1971), author .

GRUFFYDD, OWEN ( DWB , 320).

GRUFFYDD, WILLIAM JOHN (1881 -1954),scholar, poet, critic and editor ;

GUTO'R GLYN , a bard who sang during thesecond half of the 15th cent. (1440-1493 );

GWYN ( GWYNN , GWYNNE or WYNN ), JOHN (d.1574),lawyer, placeman, and educational benefactor

HARRIES, ISAAC HARDING (d. c. 1868 ),Independent minister, and editor of periodicals .

HENRY, PHILIP (1631 -1696), Presbyterian minister and diarist ;

POWIS, earls of ( HERBERT ) .

HOLLAND family, of Berw, Anglesey .

HOLLAND, ROBERT (1556/7 -1622?),cleric, author, and translator ;

HOOSON, JOHN (1883 -1969),teacher, scholar ;

HUDSON-WILLIAMS, THOMAS (1873 -1961), scholar and translator ;

HUET, THOMAS (d.1591), Biblical translator .

HUGHES, ANNIE HARRIET ( Gwyneth Vaughan,1852 -1910), writer ;

HUGHES, CLEDWYN, BARON CLEDWYN OF PENRHOS (1916 -2001), politician .

HUGHES, DAVID (1813 -1872),Independent minister, and author ;

HUGHES, DAVID ROWLAND (‘ Myfyr Eifion ’:1874 -1953), secretary of the National Eisteddfod ;

HUGHES, EDWARD DAVID (1906 -1963), scientist and Professor of Chemistry in London University ;

HUGHES, HENRY (1841 -1924), Calvinistic Methodist minister and historian ;

HUGHES, HENRY HAROLD (1864 -1940), archaeologist ;

HUGHES, HOWEL HARRIS (1873 -1956),minister (Presb.), principal of the Theological College, Aberystwyth ;

HUGHES, HUGH (1693 -1776 ; ‘ Huw ap Huw ’ or ‘ Y Bardd Coch o Fôn’), gentleman and poet ,

HUGHES, HUGH (BRYTHON) (1848 -1913), school-teacher and author ;

HUGHES, HUGH DERFEL (1816 -1890), poet ;

HUGHES, HUGH JOHN (1912 -1978),schoolteacher, author, editor and reviewer .

HUGHES, HUGH ROBERT ( DWB , 379).

HUGHES, JOHN GRUFFYDD MOELWYN (1866 -1944), a Calvinistic Methodist minister ;

HUGHES, JOHN HENRY ( Ieuan o Leyn ;1814 -1893), Congregational minister and poet ;

HUGHES, JOHN JAMES ( Alfardd ;1842 -1875), journalist ;

HUGHES, JOHN WILLIAM (1817 -1849), who called himself ‘ Edeyrn ap Nudd’, afterwards ‘ Edeyrn o Fôn ’; a literary tramp .

HUGHES, JOHN WILLIAMS (1888 -1979), Baptist minister and college principal .

HUGHES, RICHARD SAMUEL (1855 -1893), musician ;

HUGHES, ROBERT ARTHUR (1910 -1996),medical missionary in Shillong, Meghalaya, north-east India, and an influential leader in the Presbyterian Church of Wales .

HUGHES, ROBERT GWILYM (1910 -1997), poet and minister with the Welsh Calvinistic Methodist denomination .

HUGHES, ROBERT RICHARD (1871 -1957),minister (Presb.), and author ;

HUGHES, ROWLAND (1811 -1861), Wesleyan minister ;

HUGHES, THOMAS (1854 -1928), Wesleyan minister ;

HUGHES, THOMAS JONES (1822 -1891), cleric and grammarian ;

HUGHES, THOMAS ROWLAND (1903 -1949), poet and novelist ;

HUGHES, WILLIAM (1849 -1920), cleric and author ;

HUGHES, WILLIAM BULKELEY (1797 -1882), Member of Parliament ;

HUGHES, WILLIAM JOHN (1891 -1945), school teacher and college lecturer ;

HUGHES, WILLIAM ROGER (1898 -1958), cleric and poet ;

HUMPHREYS, EDWARD MORGAN (1882 -1955),journalist, writer and broadcaster ;

HUMPHREYS, EDWARD OWEN (1899 -1959), educationalist ;

HUMPHREYS, HUMPHREY (1648 -1712),bishop, antiquary, historian, and genealogist ;

HUMPHREYS, ROBERT (1779 -1832), Wesleyan minister ;

HUMPHREYS, THOMAS JONES (1841 -1934), Wesleyan minister ;

HUW LLYN ( fl. c. 1552-1594 ), poet ,

HYWEL ab OWAIN GWYNEDD (d.1170), soldier and poet ;

HYWEL BANGOR ( fl. 1540), an itinerant bard .

HYWEL SWRDWAL ( fl. 1430-1460), poet .

IORWERTH BELI , a poet who sang in Gwynedd early in the 14th cent.

ITHEL ap RHOTPERT or ROBERT ( fl. 1357-1382), archdeacon ,

JAMES, DAVID (‘ Defynnog ’;1865 -1928 )schoolmaster, educationist, organiser of summer schools, and author ;

JAMES, DAVID EMRYS (‘ Dewi Emrys ’;1881 -1952),minister (Congl.), writer and poet ;

JAMES, JOHN (1815 -1851 ; DWB , 425).

JARMAN, ALFRED OWEN HUGHES (1911 -1998), Welsh scholar .

JENKINS, DANIEL (1856 -1946), schoolmaster and devotee of Welsh literature and music ;

JENKINS, JOHN (GWILI) (1872 -1936),poet, theologian, and man of letters ;

JENKINS, ROBERT THOMAS (1881 -1969),historian, man of letters, editor of Y Bywgraffiadur Cymreig and the Dictionary of Welsh Biography ;

JENKIN, THOMAS JAMES (1885 -1965), plant breeder and Professor of Agricultural Botany ;

JOHNES, ARTHUR JAMES ( DWB , 441).

JOHN, GEORGE (1918 -1994), minister (Bapt) and college principal .

JOHNS, DAVID ( fl .1569-1586, rather than1573-87 ; DWB , 442).

JONES (FAMILY), Cilie, Cards . A family ofsmiths, poets, musicians and preachers ;

JONES, ALICE GRAY (‘ Ceridwen Peris ’;1852 -1943), author ;

JONES, ARTHUR (1776 -1860), Independent minister ;

JONES, BENJAMIN (1865 -1953), Chancellor of Bangor Cathedral ;

JONES, BENJAMIN MAELOR (1894 -1982), educationalist and author .

JONES, CADWALADR (1794 -1883), stonemason and musician ;

JONES,Sir CADWALADR BRYNER (1872 -1954), a leading figure in Welsh agricultural education and eminent civil servant ;

JONES,Sir CYNAN (ALBERT) EVANS (‘ Cynan ’;1895 -1970),poet, dramatist and eisteddfodwr ;

JONES, DAVID (1708? -1785), ‘of Trefriw’,poet, collector of manuscripts, publisher, and printer .

JONES, DAVID GWYNFRYN (1867 -1954), minister (Meth.) ;

JONES, DAVID HUGH (‘ Dewi Arfon’,1833 -1869),minister (CM), schoolmaster and poet ;

JONES, DAVID JAMES (1886 -1947), Professor of Philosophy ;

JONES, DAVID JAMES (‘ Gwenallt ’;1899 -1968),poet, critic and scholar ;

JONES, DAVID MORRIS (1887 -1957), minister (Presb.) and professor ;

JONES, DAVID OWEN (1856 -1903), Wesleyan minister and author ;

JONES, EDMUND DAVID (1869 -1941), schoolmaster and author ;

JONES, EDMUND OSBORNE (1858 -1931), cleric ;

JONES, EDWARD (1826 -1902), Calvinistic Methodist historian ;

JONES, EDWARD ALFRED (1871 -1943), connoisseur of silverware ;

JONES, EDWARD OWEN (‘ E.O.J. ’;1871 -1953), journalist and writer of englynion ;

JONES, ELIAS HENRY (1883 -1942), administrator and author ;

JONES, ELIZABETH JANE LOUIS (b. ELIZABETH JANE LLOYD ;1889 -1952), scholar ;

JONES, ERASMUS (1817 -1909), novelist ;

JONES, EVAN ( Gurnos ;1840 -1903),Congregational and Baptist minister, poet, critic, lecturer, and eisteddfod conductor ;

JONES, EVAN ( Ieuan Gwynedd ;1820 -1852),Independent minister, and journalist ;

JONES, GRIFFITH ARTHUR (1827 -1906), cleric ;

JONES,Sir HENRY (1852 -1922), philosopher ;

JONES, HERMAN (1915 -1964), minister (Congl.) and poet ;

JONES, HUGH (1837 -1919), Wesleyan minister and historian ;

JONES, HUGH (1830 -1911), Calvinistic Methodist minister ;

JONES, HUMPHREY OWEN (1878 -1912 ; DWB , 468-9).

JONES, IEUAN SAMUEL (1918 -2004), minister (Cong.) .

JONES, IORWERTH (1913 -1992),minister, author and editor .

JONES, ISAAC (1804 -1850), cleric and translator ;

JONES, JAMES IDWAL (1900 -1982), headteacher and Labour politician .

JONES, JAMES IFANO (1865 -1955 ); librarian and bibliographer ;

JONES, JOHN (1775 -1834), cleric; ;

JONES, JOHN ( Vulcan ;1825 -1889), Wesleyan minister ;

JONES, JOHN (1650 -1727),dean of Bangor, educationist, and antiquary ;

JONES, JOHN ( Ioan Bryngwyn Bach ;1818 -1898),working man, astronomer, and linguist ;

JONES, JOHN (1786? -1863), cleric and antiquary ;

JONES, JOHN (1837 -1906), minister (Presb.) and writer .

JONES, JOHN (1786 -1865), printer and inventor ;

JONES, JOHN ( Maes y garnedd ;1597? -1600 ; DWB , 472-5).

JONES, JOHN CHARLES (1904 -1956 ) Bishop of Bangor ;

JONES, JOHN DAVID RHEINALLT (1884 -1953),philanthropist, founder and Director of the South African Institute of Race Relations ;

JONES, JOHN EDWARD (1905 -1970), secretary and organiser of Plaid Cymru ,1930-62 ;

JONES, JOHN HUGH (1843 -1910), Roman Catholic priest ;

JONES, JOHN MATHER (1826 -1874),Utica, U.S.A., proprietor of Y Drych ;

JONES, JOHN MORGAN ( 1873 -1946),minister (Congl.) and Principal of Bala-Bangor College, Bangor ;

JONES, JOHN MORGAN (1861 -1935), Calvinistic Methodist minister and author ;

JONES, JOHN OGWEN (1829 -1884), Calvinistic Methodist minister and man of letters ;

JONES, JOHN OWEN , OWEN BRYGWYN (1884 -1972), singer .

JONES, JOHN OWEN (1857 -1917),Calvinistic Methodist minister and tutor, and man of letters ;

JONES, JOHN PULESTON (1862 -1925),Calvinistic Methodist minister, writer, and theologian ;

JONES, JOHN TYWI (1870 -1948), Baptist minister and journalist ;

JONES, JOHN WILLIAM (1827 -1884), editor of Y Drych , a Welsh-American newspaper ;

JONES, JOHN WILLIAM (1883 -1954),author, collector of letters and papers, publisher, antiquary and folk poet ;

JONES, JOSEPH (1799 -1871), Catholic priest .

JONES, LEWIS DAVIES ( Llew Tegid ;1851 -1928), eisteddfodwr ;

JONES, LLEWELYN (1894 -1960),minister (Presb.), editor and author ;

JONES, MAURICE (1863 -1957), priest and college principal ;

JONES, MEIRION (1907 -1970), educationist ;

JONES, MICHAEL DANIEL (1822 -1898), Independent minister and principal of the Independent College at Bala ;

JONES, MOSES OWEN (1842 -1908),schoolmaster, musician, and eisteddfodwr ;

JONES, OWEN GLYNNE (1867 -1899), mountaineer and schoolteacher ;

JONES, OWEN WYNNE ( Glasynys ;1828 -1870),cleric, antiquary, story-writer, and poet ;

JONES, PERCY MANSELL (1889 -1968), Professor of French ;

JONES, RICHARD (1757? -1814), cleric and writer ;

JONES, RICHARD ROBERT (‘ Dic Aberdaron ’;1780 -1843), polyglot ;

JONES, ROBERT (1891 -1962), aerodynamicist ;

JONES, ROBERT ALBERT (1851 -1892), barrister and educationist ;

JONES, ROBERT LLOYD (1878 -1959),schoolmaster, children's writer and dramatist ;

JONES, ROBERT TUDUR (1921 -1998),theologian, church historian and public figure .

JONES, THOMAS ( c. 1622 -1682), Protestant controversialist ,

JONES,Sir THOMAS ARTEMUS (1871 -1943),journalist, judge and historian ;

JONES, THOMAS GWYNN (1871 -1949),poet, writer, translator and scholar ;

JONES, THOMAS LLECHID (1867 -1946),cleric, author and bibliographer ;

JONES, THOMAS TUDNO ( DWB , 521).

JONES, THOMAS WILLIAM, ( TOM ), Baron Maelor of Rhos (1898 -1984), Labour politician .

JONES, TOM ELLIS (1900 -1975), Baptist minister and college Principal .

JONES, TREVOR ALEC (1924 -1983), Labour politician .

JONES, WATCYN SAMUEL (1877 -1964), agricultural administrator and principal of a theological college ;

JONES, WILLIAM (1896 -1961), poet and minister ;

JONES, WILLIAM (1857 -1915), Member of Parliament ;

JONES, WILLIAM (1806 -1873), cleric and man of letters ;

JONES, WILLIAM (1718 -1773?),early Methodist exhorter, and possibly the first Anglesey Methodist ;

JONES, WILLIAM (1675? -1749), mathematician ;

JONES, WILLIAM ARTHUR ( W. BRADWEN ;1892 -1970), musician ;

JONES, WILLIAM ELWYN EDWARDS (1904 -1989), Labour politician .

JONES, WILLIAM GARMON (1884 -1937), professor of history and librarian of Liverpool University ;

JONES, WILLIAM JENKYN (1852 -1925), Calvinistic Methodist missionary for forty-two years in Brittany ;

JONES, WILLIAM LEWIS (1866 -1922), professor of English ;

JONES, WILLIAM OWEN (1861 -1937), minister of the ‘ Free Church of the Welsh’, Liverpool ;

KYFFIN, EDWARD ( DWB , 537-8).

KYFFIN, RICHARD , dean of Bangor ( c. 1480-1502 ).

LANGFORD, JOHN (1640? -1715/6? );

LEWES, EVELYN ANNA ( c. 1873 -1961), author ;

LEWIS, BENJAMIN WALDO (1877 -1953), Baptist minister ;

LEWIS, DAVID MORGAN (1851 -1937),Congregational minister, afterwards professor of physics ;

LEWIS, DAVID WYRE (1872 -1966), minister and administrator (B) ;

LEWIS, EVAN (1818 -1901), dean of Bangor ,

LEWIS,Sir HENRY (1847 -1923), a prominent Calvinistic Methodist elder in North Wales,

LEWIS, HUGH (1562 -1634),cleric, author, poet .

LEWIS, HYWEL DAVID (1910 -1992), university professor and philosopher .

LEWIS, JOHN DANIEL VERNON (1879 -1970),scholar, Independent minister, author, tutor and theological college principal ;

LEWIS, LEWIS WILLIAM ( Llew Llwyfo ;1831 -1901),poet, novelist, and journalist ;

LEWIS, MATHEW (1817? -1860), Congregational minister and writer ;

LEWIS, PIERCE (1664 -1699),cleric, and ‘corrector’ of the Welsh Bible of 1690 ;

LEWIS, RICHARD (1817 -1865), pharmacist and author ;

LEWIS,Lady RUTH (1871 -1946),a pioneering collector of Welsh folk-songs, and advocate of educational, religious, temperance and philanthropic bodies ;

LEWIS, THOMAS (1837 -1892), Independent minister and tutor ;

LEWIS, THOMAS (1868 -1953), Principal of Brecon Memorial College ;

LEWIS, TIMOTHY (1877 -1958), Welsh and Celtic scholar ;

LLEWELYN, WILLIAM CRAVEN (1892 -1966),colliery owner, companies director, agriculturalist and specialist in forestry ;

LLOYD family, of Rhiwaedog ( Rhiwedog), parish ofLlanfor, Mer.

LLOYD, DANIEL LEWIS (1843 -1899), schoolmaster and bishop ;

LLOYD, DAVID (1805 -1863 ; DWB , 578).

LLOYD, DAVID GEORGE (1912 -1969), singer ;

LLOYD, EVAN (1728 -1801), of Maes-y-porth, in the parish of Llangeinwen, Anglesey, antiquary and poet ;

LLOYD (or FLUDD ), GEORGE (1560 -1615), bishop of Chester ,

LLOYD GEORGE, DAVID (1863 -1945), the first Earl Lloyd-George of Dwyfor , statesman ;

LLOYD, GRIFFITH RICHARD MAETHLU (1902 -1995), college principal and minsister (B) .

LLOYD, HUMPHREY (1610 -1689), bishop of Bangor ;

LLOYD,Sir JOHN EDWARD (1861 -1947),historian, and first editor of Y Bywgraffiadur Cymreig ;

LLOYD-JONES, JOHN (1885 -1956), scholar and poet ;

LLOYD,Sir RICHARD (1606 -1676 ; DWB , 587).

LLOYD, WILLIAM (1717 -1777), cleric and translator .

LLOYD, WILLIAM (1627 -1717), bishop of S. Asaph (1680-1692 );

LLWYD, RICHARD (‘ Bard of Snowdon ’;1752 -1835 ) ;

LLYWELYN ap GUTUN (ap IEUAN LYDAN according to Pen. MS. 112), ( fl. c. 1480 ), poet .

LLYWELYN ap GWILYM ap RHYS (16th cent., poet .

LOVEGROVE, EDWIN WILLIAM (1868 -1956), schoolmaster and an authority on Gothic architecture ;

LOWE, WALTER BEZANT (1854 -1928), antiquary ;

MADRYN family of Madryn ( Llŷn ).

MANUEL, DAVID (1624? -1726), poet ,

MARSDEN, THOMAS (1802 -1849), cleric and author ;

MATHEWS, ABRAHAM (1832 -1899),Independent minister, colonist, and writer ;

MAURICE, HUGH (1775 -1825),skinner, and transcriber of Welsh MSS. ,

MAURICE, MATHIAS (1684 -1738), Independent minister and writer ;

McGRATH, MICHAEL JOSEPH (1882 -1961), Archbishop of Cardiff ;

MEREDITH, JOHN ELLIS (1904 -1981), minister (Presbyterian Church of Wales) and author .

MEYRICK family, Bodorgan, Anglesey .

MEYRICK or MERRICK family, of Hascard, Fleet, andBush, Pembs., andWigmore, Worcs.

MICHAELIONES, THOMAS ( THOMAS MICHAEL JONES ;1880 -1960), priest and owner of a gold mine ;

MICHAEL, JOHN HUGH (1878 -1959),minister (Meth.), Professor in Methodist colleges in England and Canada, Biblical exegetist ;

MILLS, RICHARD ( Rhydderch Hael ;1809 -1844), musician ;

MORGAN ap HUW LEWYS ( fl. c. 1550-1600 ), poet ,

MORGAN, DAFYDD SIENCYN (1752 -1844), musician ;

MORGAN, DAVID EIRWYN (1918 -1982), college principal and minister (B) .

MORGAN, GEORGE OSBORNE (1826 -1897), politician ;

MORGAN, JOHN (1662 -1701), cleric and author ;

MORGAN, JOHN (1886 -1957), Archbishop of Wales ;

MORGAN, JOHN (1743 -1801), cleric ,

MORGAN, JOHN RHYS ( Lleurwg ;1822 -1900),Baptist minister, lecturer, poet, and littérateur ;

MORGAN, RICHARD (1854 -1939), schoolmaster and naturalist ;

MORGAN, RICHARD HUMPHREYS (1850 -1899), Calvinistic Methodist minister and writer ;

MORGAN, ROBERT (1608 -1673), bishop of Bangor ,

MORRICE, JAMES CORNELIUS (1874 -1953), priest and Welsh scholar ;

MORRIS-JONES (formerly JONES ),Sir JOHN (MORRIS) (1864 -1929),scholar, poet, and critic ,

MORRIS,Sir RHYS HOPKIN (1888 -1956),politician, stipendiary magistrate, first director of the Welsh Region B.B.C. ;

MORRIS, RICHARD ( DWB , 663-4).

MORRIS, SILAS (1862 -1923),principal of the Baptist College, Bangor ;

MOSTYN (FAMILY), Mostyn Hall ( DWB , 675).

MOSTYN, AMBROSE (1610 -1663), a Puritan preacher of aristocratic descent whom the pedigree-makers seem bent on keeping in obscurity;

NANNEY (formerly ELLIS ), DAVID ELLIS (1759 -1819), attorney-general for North Wales ;

NANNEY, RICHARD (1691 -1767), Evangelical cleric .

NEWCOME, RICHARD (1779 -1857), cleric ,

NEWELL, RICHARD (1785 -1852), farmer and Calvinistic Methodist preacher ;

NICHOLAS, THOMAS EVAN ( Niclas y Glais), (1879 -1971),poet, minister of religion and advocate for the Communist Party .

NICHOLAS, THOMAS EVAN ( Niclas y Glais), (1879 -1971),poet, minister of religion and advocate for the Communist Party .

NICHOLSON, WILLIAM (1844 -1885), Independent minister ;

NICHOLSON, WILLIAM JOHN (1866 -1943), minister (Congl.) ;

NORTH, HERBERT LUCK (1871 -1941), architect ;

OWAIN GWYNEDD ( c. 1100 -1170), king of Gwynedd ;

OWAIN, OWAIN LLEWELYN (1877 -1956),litterateur, musician and journalist ;

OWEN family, of Bodeon ( Bodowen), Anglesey .

OWEN,Sir (HERBERT) ISAMBARD (1850 -1927),medical man, scholar, and architect of universities ;

OWEN, ANEURIN (1792 -1851), Welsh historical scholar and editor of the Laws of Hywel Dda ;

OWEN, ATHELSTAN (1676 -1731), of Rhiwsaeson,Llanbryn-mair, Mont.,

OWEN, DAVID ( Dewi Wyn o Eifion ;1784 -1841), farmer and poet ;

OWEN, DAVID ( Brutus ;1795 -1866), editor and littérateur ;

OWEN, DAVID SAMUEL (1887 -1959), minister (Presb.) ;

OWEN, ELIAS (1833 -1899), cleric and antiquary ;

OWEN, GORONWY (1723 -1769), cleric and poet ;

OWEN, HUGH (1880 -1953), historian ;

OWEN, HUGH (1575? -1642 ) of Gwenynog, translator ;

OWEN,Sir HUGH (1804 -1881), educationist ;

OWEN, JOHN (1698 -1755), chancellor of Bangor ;

OWEN, JOHN (1808 -1876), known as ‘ John Owen of Tyn-llwyn’,Calvinistic Methodist minister, and writer on agriculture

OWEN,Sir JOHN (1600 -1666), royalist commander ,

OWEN, JOHN DYFNALLT (‘ Dyfnallt ’;1873 -1956),minister (Congl.), poet, writer, journalist and Archdruid of Wales ;

OWEN, LEONARD (1890 -1965),administrator in India, treasurer of the Honourable Society of Cymmrodorion ;

OWEN, MORRIS BRYNLLWYN (1875 -1949),minister (B), college professor, church historian ;

OWEN, NICHOLAS (1752 -1811), cleric and antiquary ;

OWEN, ROBERT (1820 -1902), cleric and author ;

OWEN, ROBERT (1858 -1885), schoolmaster and poet ;

OWEN, THOMAS (1748 -1812), cleric and translator ;

OWEN, THOMAS ELLIS (1764 -1814), cleric ;

OWEN, WILLIAM (‘ William Owen of Prysgol,’1813 -1893), musician ;

OWEN, WILLIAM DAVID (1874 -1925), lawyer and journalist ;

PARRY (and JONES-PARRY ) family, Madryn, Llŷn .

PARRY, HUGH ( Cefni ;1826 -1895),Baptist minister, poet, littérateur, and theologian ;

PARRY, IDRIS FREDERICK (1916 -2008),scholar of German literature, writer and broadcaster .

PARRY, OWEN HENRY ( HARRY PARRY ;1912 -1956), jazz musician ;

PARRY, RICHARD (1560 -1623), bishop and biblical translator ;

PARRY, ROBERT ( Robyn Ddu Eryri ;1804 -1892), poet ;

PARRY, ROBERT IFOR (1908 -1975), minister (Cong.) and school teacher .

PARRY, ROBERT WILLIAMS (1884 -1956),poet, univ. lecturer ;

PARRY,Sir THOMAS (1904 -1985),scholar, Librarian of the National Library of Wales, University Principal, poet .

PARRY-WILLIAMS, HENRY (1858 -1925), schoolmaster and poet ;

PENNANT (and DOUGLAS-PENNANT )family, of Penrhyn,Llandygâi, Caerns.

PENNY, ANNE ( fl. 1729-1780), author .

PERRI (or PARRY ), HENRY (1560/1 -1617 ) ofMaes Glas (Greenfield), Flints.

PERRY, STANLEY HOWARD HEDLEY (1911 -1995), professor of theology .

PHILIPPS family, of Picton, Pembrokeshire .

PHILLIPS, JOHN (1810 -1867),Calvinistic Methodist minister and first principal of the Normal College, Bangor ;

PHILLIPS, REGINALD WILLIAM (1854 -1926), botanist ;

PHILLIPS, THOMAS (1868 -1936), Baptist minister ;

PHYLIPIAD ARDUDWY ’ (‘the Phylipses of Ardudwy’), a group of Welsh poets who lived inArdudwy, Mer., in the16th and 17th cents.

PIERCE, JOHN (1889 -1955),author, minister (Presb.) and schoolteacher ;

PIERCE, THOMAS JONES (1905 -1964), historian ;

POWELL, WILLIAM EIFION (1934 -2009), minister (Cong.) and college principal .

PRICE (FAMILY), Rhiwlas ; ( DWB ,781-2).

PRICE, EDWARD (1797 -1887), Calvinistic Methodist minister ;

PRICE, JOHN (1830 -1906),principal of the Normal College, Bangor , from 1891 to 1905 ;

PRICE, JOHN ARTHUR (1861 -1942), barrister and journalist ;

PRICE, PETER (1864 -1940), Independent minister ;

PRICE-WHITE, DAVID ARCHIBALD PRICE ( -1978), Conservative politician .

PRICHARD ( PRISIART ), JOHN WILLIAM (1749 -1829), man of letters , who also called himself ‘ John Williams ’,

PRICHARD, RICHARD (1811 -1882), Wesleyan minister ;

PRICHARD, WILLIAM (1702 -1773), a celebrated early North Wales Nonconformist ;

PRITCHARD, JOHN THOMAS (1859 -1890), musician ;

PRITCHARD, ROBERT ( fl. 1730-1738), poet and master mariner .

PROBERT, LEWIS (1837 -1908), Independent minister and college principal ;

PRYCE, JOHN (1828 -1903), dean of Bangor ;

PRYS, EDMUND (1544 -1623),archdeacon of Merioneth, and poet ;

PRYS, ELIS ( DWB , 805-6).

PRYSE, ROBERT JOHN ( Gweirydd ap Rhys ;1807 -1889), man of letters ;

PRYS, OWEN (1857 -1934), Calvinistic Methodist minister and college principal ;

PRYS ( PRICE ), THOMAS , of Plas Iolyn (1564? -1634), poet and adventurer ;

PUW ( PUE , PUGH )family, ofPenrhyn Creuddyn, Caerns. ; a prominent Roman Catholic family ;

RANKIN, SUSANNAH JANE (1897 -1989), minister (Cong.) and missionary in Papua .

RATHBONE, WILLIAM (1819 -1902), philanthropist ;

RAVENSCROFT , a family associated with Hawardenparish, but hailing originally from Ravenscroft,Middlewich, Ches. ;

REES,Sir JAMES FREDERICK (1883 -1967), Principal of the University College at Cardiff ;

REES, THOMAS (1869 -1926), principal of Bala-Bangor Independent College ;

REICHEL,Sir HARRY ( HENRY RUDOLF ) (1856 -1931), firstprincipal of University College, Bangor ;

RHYS,Sir JOHN (1840 -1915), Celtic scholar ;

RHYS, WILLIAM JOSEPH (1880 -1967), minister (B) and author ;

RICHARD, HENRY (1812 -1888), politician ;

RICHARDS, GRAFTON MELVILLE (1910 -1973), Welsh scholar .

RICHARDS, JOHN ( Isalaw ;1843 -1901), musician ;

RICHARDS, ROBERT (1884 -1954), historian and politician ;

RICHARDS, THOMAS (1878 -1962), librarian and historian ;

ROBERTS, ABSALOM ( DWB , 859).

ROBERTS, BLEDDYN JONES (1906 1977), Old Testament scholar .

ROBERTS, CADWALADR (d.1708/9), poet ,

ROBERTS, CARADOG ( DWB , 860).

ROBERTS, DAVID ( Dewi Ogwen ;1818 -1897), Independent minister ;

ROBERTS, DAVID FRANCIS (1882 -1945), minister (CM) and author ;

ROBERTS, DAVID OWEN (1888 -1958), educationalist ,

ROBERTS, EDWARD STANTON 1878 -1938), schoolteacher and scholar ;

ROBERTS, ELLIS ( Elis Wyn o Wyrfai ;1827 -1895); his father, MORRIS ROBERTS ( Eos Llyfnwy); and his grandfather, ROBERT MORRIS ( Robin Ddu Eifionydd ).

ROBERTS,Sir ERNEST HANDFORTH GOODMAN (1890 -1969), judge ;

ROBERTS, GLYN (1904 -1962), historian and administrator ;

ROBERTS, GORONWY OWEN (sometimes OWAIN ), Baron Goronwy-Roberts (1913 -1981), Labour politician .

ROBERTS, GRIFFITH JOHN (1912 -1969), priest and poet ;

Roberts, Gwilym Owen (1909 -1987),author, lecturer, minister and psychologist .

ROBERTS, HUW (‘ Syr Huw Roberts ’ or ‘ Huw Roberts Len ’) ( fl. c. 1555-1619 ),poet, author, and cleric .

ROBERTS, JOHN ( Siôn Robert Lewis ;1731 -1806),author, almanack-maker, and hymn-writer ;

ROBERTS, JOHN (1842 -1908), Calvinistic Methodist missionary ;

ROBERTS, JOHN (1910 -1984),preacher, hymnist, poet .

ROBERTS, JOHN BRYN (1848 -1931), lawyer and politician ,

ROBERTS, JOHN HENRY ( Pencerdd Gwynedd ;1848 -1924), musician ;

ROBERTS, JOHN IORWERTH (1902 -1970), schoolmaster and secretary of Llangollen International Eisteddfod ,

ROBERTSON, EDWARD (1880 -1964),professor, linguist, and librarian ;

ROBERTS, OWEN MADOC (1867 -1948), minister (Meth.) ;

ROBERTS, OWEN OWEN (1793 -1866), physician and social reformer ;

ROBERTS, RICHARD ( GWYLFA ) (1871 -1935),Congregational minister, poet and prose-writer ;

ROBERTS, RICHARD (1796 -1855), harpist ;

ROBERTS, ROBERT (1840 -1871), musician ,

ROBERTS, ROBERT (‘ Bob Tai'r Felin ’;1870 -1951), folk singer ;

ROBERTS, ROBERT (SILYN) ( Rhosyr ;1871 -1930),Calvinistic Methodist minister, poet, social reformer, tutor ;

ROBERTS, ROBERT ALUN (1894 -1969),Professor of Agricultural Botany at University College, Bangor, and a naturalist ;

ROBERTS, ROBERT ELLIS VAUGHAN (1888 -1962), headmaster and naturalist ;

ROBERTS, ROBERT GRIFFITH (1866 -1930),Baptist minister, and writer ;

ROBERTS, ROBERT MEIRION (1906 -1967),minister (Presb. C. of Wales and Presb. C. of Scotland), philosopher and poet ;

ROBERTS, THOMAS (1884 -1960), educationalist and scholar ;

ROBERTS, THOMAS (1835 -1899), Calvinistic Methodist minister ;

ROBERTS, THOMAS (1760 -1811), the first printer at Caernarvon ;

ROBERTS, THOMAS OSBORNE (1879 -1948), musician ;

ROBERTS, THOMAS ROWLAND ( Asaph ;1857? -1940), biographer ;

ROBERTS, WILLIAM (1585 -1665), bishop of Bangor ;

ROBERTS, WILLIAM HENRY (1907 -1982),actor, broadcaster .

ROBERTS, WILLIAM RHYS (1858 -1929), professor of Greek ;

ROBINSON family, ofConway, Caerns., Monachdy, Anglesey, andGwersyllt, Denbs.

ROBINSON, GILBERT WOODING (1888 -1950),professor of Agricultural Chemistry, world authority on soils ;

ROGERS, ROLAND (1847 -1927), musician ;

ROWLAND(S), WILLIAM (1887 -1979), schoolmaster and author .

ROWLAND, ELLIS ( c. 1650 - c. 1730 ), ‘ Ellis Rowland o Harlech’, bard .

ROWLAND, HENRY (1551 -1616), bishop of Bangor ;

ROWLANDS, CEINWEN (1905 -1983), singer .

ROWLANDS, DANIEL (1827 -1917),principal of the Normal College, Bangor ;

ROWLANDS, EDWARD DAVID (1880 -1969), schoolmaster and author ;

ROWLANDS, EURYS IONOR (1926 -2006), Welsh scholar .

ROWLANDS, JANE HELEN (‘ Helen o Fôn ’;1891 -1955),linguist, teacher and missionary (with the CM) ;

ROWLANDS, ROBERT JOHN (‘ Meuryn ’;1880 -1967),journalist, writer, poet, lecturer, preacher ;

ROWLANDS, WILLIAM ( Gwilym Lleyn ;1802 -1865),Wesleyan minister, and bibliographer ;

ROWLEY, HAROLD HENRY (1890 -1969),professor, scholar and author ;

SALISBURY, ENOCH ROBERT GIBBON (1819 -1890), lawyer and bibliophile ;

SAMUEL, EDWARD (1674 -1748),cleric, poet, and author ;

SHANKLAND, THOMAS ( DWB , 909).

SION LEIAF, ‘Syr ’ ( fl. c. 1480 ), poet and cleric ;

SMITH, THOMAS ASSHETON (1752 -1828), of Vaenol, Bangor, landed proprietor and quarry owner ;

SNELL, DAVID JOHN (1880 -1957), music publisher ;

STEPHEN, ROBERT (1878 -1966),schoolmaster, historian and poet ;

TELFORD, THOMAS (1757 -1834), civil engineer ,

THELWALL family, Plas y Ward, Bathafarn, Plas Coch, andLlanbedr, Denbs.

THODAY, DAVID (1883 -1964),botanist, university professor ;

THOMAS family, of Coed Helen (or Alun) andAber, Caerns.

THOMAS, DAVID ( Dafydd Ddu Eryri ;1759 -1822), man of letters and poet ;

THOMAS, DAVID (1880 -1967),educationalist, author and pioneer of the Labour Party in north Wales ;

THOMAS, DAVID WALTER (1829 -1905), cleric ;

THOMAS, EVAN LORIMER (1872 -1953), priest and scholar ;

THOMAS, HENRY MORGAN STAFFORD (1896 -1968), minister (Presb.) and poet ;

THOMAS, IDRIS (1889 -1962), minister (B) ;

THOMAS, IFOR OWEN (1892 -1956),operatic tenor, photographer and artist ;

THOMAS, JOHN ( fl. 1719), of Bodedern, poet .

THOMAS, JOHN (1646? -1695), cleric ,

THOMAS, JOHN (1857 -1944), minister (B) and author ;

THOMAS, JOHN (1821 -1892),Independent minister, politician, and historian ;

THOMAS, JOHN ( Siôn Wyn o Eifion ;1786 -1859), poet ;

THOMAS, JOHN (1736 -1769), cleric and antiquary ;

THOMAS, JOHN EVAN (1884 -1941), teacher and writer ;

THOMAS, JOHN LUTHER (1881 -1970), minister (Congl.) ;

THOMAS, JOHN ROWLAND (1881 -1965), religious leader and prominent merchant ;

THOMAS, JOHN WILLIAM (1805 -1840 ; DWB , 955-6).

THOMAS, MARGARET (1779 -?), hymnwriter ;

THOMAS, MORRIS (1874 -1959),minister (Calvinistic Methodist), writer and historian ;

THOMAS, OWEN (1812 -1891), Calvinistic Methodist minister and author ;

THOMAS, PERCY GORONWY (1875 -1954), professor of English ;

THOMAS, RICHARD (1871 -1950), minister (CM) and writer ;

THOMAS, RICHARD (1753 -1780),cleric, transcriber and collector of manuscripts, and genealogist ;

THOMAS, ROBERT ( Ap Vychan ;1809 -1880),Independent minister and tutor, poet and man of letters ;

THOMAS,Sir ROBERT JOHN (1873 -1951), politician and shipowner ;

THOMAS, THOMAS (1804 -1877), cleric ;

THOMAS, THOMAS JACOB (‘ Sarnicol ’;1873 -1945),schoolmaster, writer and poet ;

THOMAS, WILLIAM (KEINION) (1856 -1932),Congregational minister, and publicist ;

THOMAS, WILLIAM JENKYN (1870 -1959), schoolmaster and author ;

TREVOR, JOHN ( I ) (d.1357), bishop of S. Asaph .

TREVOR, JOHN ( II ), bishop of S. Asaph (d.1410 ).

VAUGHAN, RICHARD (1550? -1607), bishop ;

VAUGHAN, ROBERT (1592? -1667),antiquary, collector of the famous Hengwrt library ;

VINCENT family.

WARDLE, GWYLLYM LLOYD ( DWB , 1012-3).

WATKIN-JONES, ELIZABETH (1887 -1966), author of children's books ;

WATKIN, WILLIAM RHYS (1875 -1947), Baptist minister ;

WHELDON, THOMAS JONES (1841 -1916), Calvinistic Methodist minister ;

WHELDON,Sir WYNN POWELL (1879 -1961),lawyer, soldier, administrator ;

WILIEMS, THOMAS ([1545 or 1546 ]-1622?), of Trefriw,priest, scribe, lexicographer, and physician ;

WILLANS, JOHN BANCROFT (1881 -1957),country landowner, antiquarian and philanthropist ;

WILLIAMS family, of Cochwillan .

WILLIAMS, ALUN OGWEN (1904 -1970), eisteddfod administrator and supporter ;

WILLIAMS, CHARLES (1807? -1877),principal of Jesus College, Oxford ;

WILLIAMS, DANIEL HOWELL (1894 -1963), aerodynamicist ;

WILLIAMS, DAVID (1738 -1816), littérateur and political pamphleteer ;

WILLIAMS, DAVID JAMES (1870 -1951), schoolmaster ;

WILLIAMS-ELLIS, JOHN CLOUGH (1833 -1913),scholar, clergyman, poet and possibly the first Welshman to climb one of the highest mountains in the Alps ;

WILLIAMS, ERNEST LLWYD (1906 -1960),minister (B), poet and writer ;

WILLIAMS, GRIFFITH (1587? -1673), bishop and author ;

WILLIAMS, GRIFFITH JOHN (1854 -1933),schoolmaster, geologist, and antiquary ;

WILLIAMS, GRIFFITH JOHN (1892 -1963), University professor and Welsh scholar ;

WILLIAMS, GWILYM IEUAN (1879 -1968), minister (Presb.) ;

WILLIAMS, HUGH (1722? -1779), cleric and author ;

WILLIAMS, HUGH ( Cadfan ;1807? -1870), printer and journalist ;

WILLIAMS, HUGH (1843 -1911),Calvinistic Methodist minister, and church historian ;

WILLIAMS, HUGH DOUGLAS (‘ Brithdir ’;1917 -1969), teacher and artist ;

WILLIAMS,Sir IFOR (1881 -1965), Welsh scholar ;

WILLIAMS, JAMES (1790 -1872), cleric ;

WILLIAMS, JOHN (1760 -1826), cleric and schoolmaster ;

WILLIAMS, JOHN (1833 -1872), antiquary and lawyer ;

WILLIAMS, JOHN ( Gorfyniawc o Arfon ;1814 -1878), musician ;

WILLIAMS, JOHN (1856 -1917), teacher of singing and choral conductor ;

WILLIAMS, JOHN (d.1613),principal of Jesus College, Oxford .

WILLIAMS, JOHN ( Glanmor ;1811 -1891),cleric, poet, and antiquary ;

WILLIAMS, JOHN ( Ab Ithel ;1811 -1862), cleric and antiquary ;

WILLIAMS, JOHN ( fl. 1584-1627?), goldsmith ;

WILLIAMS, JOHN ELLIS (1901 -1975), author and dramatist .

WILLIAMS, JOHN ELLIS CAERWYN (1912 -1999), Welsh and Celtic scholar .

WILLIAMS, JOHN JAMES (1869 -1954), minister (Congl.) and poet ;

WILLIAMS, JOHN JOHN (1884 -1950),school-teacher, education administrator, producer and drama adjudicator ;

WILLIAMS, JOHN LLOYD (1854 -1945), botanist and musician ;

WILLIAMS, MORRIS ( Nicander ;1809 -1874), cleric and man of letters ;

WILLIAMSON, EDWARD WILLIAM (1892 -1953), Bishop of Swansea and Brecon ;

WILLIAMS, OWEN (GAIANYDD) (1865 -1928),Calvinistic Methodist minister, and author ;

WILLIAMS, OWEN HERBERT (1884 -1962), surgeon and Professor of Surgery ;

WILLIAMS, PETER (1756 -1837), cleric and author ;

WILLIAMS, PETER BAILEY (1763 -1836 ; DWB , 1064-5).

WILLIAMS, ROBERT ARTHUR ( Berw ;1854 -1926), cleric and poet ;

WILLIAMS, ROBERT HERBERT ( Corfanydd ; (1805 -1876), musician ;

WILLIAMS, ROWLAND (1779 -1854), cleric ;

WILLIAMS, ROWLAND ( Hwfa Môn ;1823 -1905),Independent minister, and archdruid of Wales ;

WILLIAMS, THOMAS (1737 -1802),attorney, outstanding figure in the copper industry at theend of the 18th cent.

WILLIAMS,Sir THOMAS MARCHANT (1845 -1914), barrister and writer ;

WILLIAMS, WILLIAM , ‘of Llandygìi ’ (1738 -1817),antiquary, author, prominent official at Cae-braich-y-cafn quarry ;

WILLIAMS, WILLIAM (‘ Crwys ’;1875 -1968),poet, preacher, archdruid ;

WILLIAMS,Sir WILLIAM (1634 -1700), lawyer and politician ;

WILLIAMS, WILLIAM ( Caledfryn ;1801 -1869),Congregational minister, poet, and critic ;

WILLIAMS, WILLIAM GILBERT (1874 -1966), schoolmaster and local historian ;

WILLIAMS, WILLIAM MORRIS (1883 -1954),quarryman, choir conductor, soloist and cerdd dant adjudicator ;

WILLIAMS, WILLIAM NANTLAIS (1874 -1959),minister (Presb.), editor, poet and hymn writer ;

WILLIAMS, WILLIAM OGWEN (1924 -1969),archivist, university professor ;

WILLIAMS, WILLIAM PRICHARD (1848 -1916),

WILLIAMS, WILLIAM WYN (1876 -1936), minister and poet ;

WILSON, RICHARD (1713 -1782), landscape painter ,

WINTER, CHARLES (1700 -1773), Arminian Baptist minister ,

WOODING, DAVID LEWIS (1828 -1891),genealogist, historian, bibliophile and shopkeeper ;

Wynn (FAMILY), Cesail Gyfarch ( DWB , 1096).

WYNN family, of Bodewryd, Anglesey .

WYNN family, of Berth-ddu andBodysgallen, Caerns.

WYNN family, of Wynnstay, Ruabon .

WYNN, EDWARD (1618 -1669), chancellor of Bangor cathedral ,

WYNNE, ELLIS ( DWB , 1105).

WYNNE, JOHN (1667 -1743),bishop of S. Asaph and principal of Jesus College, Oxford ;

WYNNE, ROBERT (d.1720), cleric and poet ;

WYNNE, SARAH EDITH (‘ Eos Cymru ’;1842 -1897), vocalist ;

WYNNE, WILLIAM (1671? -1704), historian ,

YALE ( DWB , 1110).

YOUNG, GRUFFYDD ( c. 1370 - c. 1435 ),cleric, and supporter of Owain Glyndŵr .

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