CADELL ap GRUFFYDD (d.1175 ).
CADFAN ( fl. 550?), saint .
CADFAN ( fl. 620), prince .
CADOG,saint ( fl. c. 450 ), one of the chief figures of the Celtic church in Wales .
CADWALADR (d.664), prince .
CADWALADR (d.1172), prince .
CADWALADR ap RHYS TREFNANT ( fl. 1600), poet .
CADWALADR CESAIL ( fl. 1620), poet .
CADWALADR, DAFYDD (1752 -1834), Calvinistic Methodist preacher .
CADWALADR, EDWARD (16th cent.), poet .
CADWALADR, ELLIS ( fl. 1707-40), poet .
CADWALADR, HUW (17th cent.), poet .
CADWALADR, ‘Sir ’ RHYS ( fl. 1666-1690), cleric and poet .
CADWALADR, ROGER (1566 -1610), seminary priest and martyr .
CADWALLON (d.633), prince .
CADWGAN (d.1111), prince .
CADWGAN (d.1241), bishop of Bangor .
CADWGAN DELYNOR ( fl. at end of 14th cent, and beginning of the 15th cent.), musician .
CADWGAN FFOL (13th cent.), bard .
KEYNE (CAIN ), saint , ( fl. late 5th cent. — early 6th cent. )
CALLAGHAN, LEONARD JAMES (1912 -2005), Labour politician .
CAMPBELL ( MORRIESON ), ELIZA CONSTANTIA (1796 -1864), author .
CAMPBELL, FREDERICK ARCHIBALD VAUGHAN, viscount Emlyn (1847-1898), earl Cawdor (1898-1911) .
CARADOG of LLANCARFAN ( fl. 1135), man of letters .
CARADOG ap GRUFFYDD ap RHYDDERCH (d.1081 ).
CARADOG ap IESTYN ( fl. 1130), founder of the family of ‘Avene’ in Glamorgan .
CARADOG FYNACH (d.1124), recluse .
CARANNOG ( fl. 550?), saint
CARNE,Sir EDWARD ( c . 1500 -1561), lawyer and diplomat .
CARNES, EDWARD (1772? -1828), bookseller and printer atHolywell, Flints.
CARR, HENRY LASCELLES (1841 -1902), journalist and newspaper proprietor .
CARTER family, ofKinmel, Denbs.
CARTER, HUGH (1784 -1855), Welsh Wesleyan Methodist minister .
CARTER, ISAAC (d.1741), printer .
CARTER-JONES, LEWIS (1920 -2004), Labour politician .
CASNODYN ( fl. 1320-40), poet .
CASSON, LEWIS (1875 -1969), actor and theatrical producer .
CATHERALL, JONATHAN (1761 -1833), industrialist and philanthropist .
CATRIN ferch GRUFFUDD ap HYWEL ( fl. c. 1555 ), poet .
CATRIN ferch GRUFFYDD ap IEUAN [ap LLYWELYN?] FYCHAN ( fl. 16th cent.), poet .
CAYO-EVANS, WILLIAM EDWARD JULIAN (1937 -1995), political activist .
CECIL of Allt-yr-ynys ( Herefords.), Burghley ( Northampton ), and Hatfield (Herts.) .
CECIL-WILLIAMS,Sir JOHN LIAS CECIL (1892 -1964),solicitor, secretary Hon. Soc. Cymmrodorion and driving force behind the publishing of the DWB .
CEMLYN-JONES,Sir ELIAS WYNNE (1888 -1966), public figure .
CHALONER, THOMAS (d.1598), of Denbigh and Chester, sometimes described as Ulster King of Arms .
CHAMBERS, WILLIAM (1774 -1855), industrialist and public figure .
CHANCE, THOMAS WILLIAMS (1872 -1954),minister (B) and principal of the Baptist College, Cardiff .
CHAPPELL, EDGAR LEYSHON (1879 -1949),sociologist, a pioneer of town and village redevelopment, and writer .
CHARLES, BERTIE GEORGE (1908 2000), scholar and archivist .
CHARLES, DAVID, I (1762 -1834),Calvinistic Methodist minister, and hymn-writer .
CHARLES, DAVID, II (1803 -1880), Calvinistic Methodist minister and hymnist .
CHARLES, DAVID, III (1812 -1878), Calvinistic Methodist minister .
CHARLES, GEOFFREY (1909 -2002), photographer .
CHARLES, HENRY (1778 -1840),theologian, littérateur, and mathematician .
CHARLES, JAMES (1846 -1920), Independent minister and theologian .
CHARLES, JAMES (1851 -1906), painter .
CHARLES, JOHN ALWYN (1924 -1977), minister (Cong.) and college lecturer .
CHARLES, PHILIP (1721? -1790), Presbyterian minister .
CHARLES, THOMAS (1755 -1814), Methodist cleric .
CHERLETON or CHARLTON family.
CHIDLAW, BENJAMIN WILLIAM , (1811 -1892 ).
CHRISTOPHER, JACOB ( fl. 1655-90), Independent preacher .
CHURCHEY, WALTER (1747 -1805), attorney and versifier .
CLARK family, printers and publishers in Monmouthshire, etc.
CLARK, GEORGE THOMAS (1809 -1898), engineer and antiquary ;
CLAY, JOHN CHARLES (1898 -1973), cricketer .
CLOUGH of Plas Clough, Glan-y-wern, Bathafarn, and Hafodunos (18th and 19th cent. ).
CLOUGH,Sir RICHARD (d.1570),merchant, and (for a period) ‘factor’ for Sir Thomas Gresham in Antwerp ;
CLYDOG ( fl. 500?), saint and martyr ,
CLYNNOG, MORGAN (1558 -after 1619), seminary priest ,
CLYNNOG, MORYS (or MAURICE CLENOCKE ) ( c. 1525 -1581), Roman Catholic theologian ;
CNEPPYN GWERTHRYNION , poet and grammarian of the13th cent.,
COBB, JOSEPH RICHARD (1821 -1897), antiquary
COFFIN, WALTER (1784 -1867), colliery pioneer ;
COKE, THOMAS (1747 -1814), Wesleyan Methodist minister ;
COLEMAN, DONALD RICHARD (1925 1991), Labour politician .
COLLEN ( fl. 600?), saint .
COLLINS, WILLIAM LUCAS (1815 -1887), cleric and author ,
CONDRY, WILLIAM MORETON (1918 -1998),naturalist, conservationist and writer .
CONSTANTINE, GEORGE ( c . 1500 -1560?), cleric ;
CONWAY or CONWY family, of Botryddan (‘ Bodrhyddan’), Flints.
CONWAY, CHARLES (1820 -1884), painter and engraver ;
CONYBEARE, WILLIAM DANIEL (1787 -1857), geologist and divine ;
COOK, ARTHUR JAMES (1884 -1931), miner and trade union leader ;
COOMBE TENNANT, WINIFRED MARGARET (‘Mam o Nedd ’;1874 -1956),delegate to the first assembly of the League of Nations, suffragette, Mistress of the Robes of the Gorsedd of the Bards, and a well-known medium ;
CORBET,Sir RICHARD (1640 -1683), baronet and member of parliament ;
CORBETT, JOHN STUART (1845 -1921), solicitor and antiquary ;
CORY ( Cory Brothers and Company Limited ).
CORY (John Cory and Sons, Ltd. ).
CORY, John (1234 -2345), Cwmni .
COSLET, EDWARD (1750 -1828), Calvinistic Methodist preacher ;
COTTON, JAMES HENRY (1780 -1862), dean of Bangor cathedral and educationist ;
COTTON,Sir STAPLETON (1773 -1865),, field-marshal ,
COX, ARTHUR HUBERT (1884 -1961), geologist ;
COX, IDRIS (1899 1989), Communist Party activist .
COX, JOHN ([1800 ]?-1870),printer, bookseller, and postmaster atAberystwyth, Cards.
COX, LEONARD ( fl. 1524-72), schoolmaster and author ,
CRADOCK,Sir MATHEW or MATHIAS (1468? -1531), royal official in South Wales .
CRADOCK, RICHARD ( fl. 1660-90),Nonconformist preacher, of the Independent persuasion .
CRADOC, WALTER (1610? -1659), Puritan theologian ;
CRAWLEY, RICHARD (1840 -1893), scholar ;
CRAWSHAY family, ofCyfarthfa, Glam., industrialists .
CRAWSHAY,Sir GEOFFREY CARTLAND HUGH (1892 -1954), soldier and social benefactor ;
CROPPER, THOMAS (1869 -1923),Buckley, Flints., antiquary .
CRYTHOR LLWYD MARCHEDD (16th cent.), musician ;
CUDLIPP, PERCY (1905 -1962), journalist ;
CUNEDDA WLEDIG ( fl. 450?), British prince .
CURIG ( fl. 550?), saint ,
CYBI ( fl. 550), saint ,
CYFEILIOG (or CYFEILLIOG? ) (d.927), bishop of Llandaff .
CYFFIN, ROGER ( fl. c. 1587-1609 ), a poet
CYNAN ab OWAIN (d.1174), prince ,
CYNAN ap HYWEL (d.1242?), prince ,
CYNAN ap IAGO (d.1060?), exiled prince ,
CYNAN DINDAETHWY (d.816), prince ,
CYNDDELW BRYDYDD MAWR ( fl. 1155-1200), the leading 12th cent. Welsh court poet .
CYNFRIG ap DAFYDD GOCH ( c. 1420 ), poet .
CYNGAR , saint ( fl. 6th cent. ).
CYNGEN (d.855), prince ,
CYNIDR , saint ( fl. 6th cent. )
CYNLLO ( fl. 550?), saint ,
CYNOG ( fl. 500?), saint ,
CYNWAL, RICHARD (d.1634), poet ,
CYNWAL, WILLIAM (d.1587 or1588), poet ,
CYNWRIG ap RHYS (d.1237), prince
CYNWRIG BENCERDD (15th cent.), harpist ,
CYNWRIG HIR (‘ the Tall ’), of Edeirnion ( fl. 1093 ).