DAFYDD (DAVID) ap GRUFFYDD (d.1283), prince of Gwynedd ;
DAFYDD ab EDMWND ( fl. 1450-1490), gentleman and bardic master ;
DAFYDD ab IFAN ab EINION ( fl. 1440-1468 ).
DAFYDD ab OWAIN GWYNEDD (d.1203 )
DAFYDD ALAW ( fl. 1550), an Anglesey poet ,
DAFYDD ap BLEDDYN (d.1346), bishop of S. Asaph ,
DAFYDD ap DAFYDD LLWYD (b.1549), poet and member of the landed family
DAFYDD ap GRUFFYDD , of Drewyn ( c. 1600 ), author of didactic verses
DAFYDD ap GWILYM ( fl. 1340-1370), poet .
DAFYDD ap HARRI WYN ( fl .1568), poet ,
DAFYDD ap HUW'R GOF ( fl. 1610-1657), poet ,
DAFYDD ap HWLCYN ap MADOG , poet (17th cent. ).
DAFYDD ap HYWEL ap IEUAN FYCHAN ( fl. ? 1480-1510), poet .
DAFYDD ap HYWEL GRYTHOR , a player on the crwth
DAFYDD ap IEUAN (IFAN) ab OWEN ( fl. 1560, according to N.L.W. MS. 606), poet .
DAFYDD ap IEUAN ap IORWERTH (d.1503), bishop of S. Asaph ,
DAFYDD ap IEUAN LLWYD ( fl. 1500), a Montgomeryshire poet ,
DAFYDD ap LLYWELYN (d.1246), prince ,
DAFYDD ap LLYWELYN ap MADOG ( fl. 16th cent.), poet .
DAFYDD ap MAREDUDD ab EDNYFED ( fl. c. 1460 ), a poet about whose life nothing is to be found.
DAFYDD ap MAREDUDD ap TUDUR ( fl. 1460), ofTregynon, Mont., one of the less prolific poets of the second half of the 15th cent.
DAFYDD ap MAREDUDD GLAIS ( fl. 1429-1468),cleric, murderer, civic official, and translator of a chronicle of the kings of England into Welsh .
DAFYDD ap PHYLIP ap RHYS ‘Syr ’ ( fl. c. 1500-1540 ), a poet (probably in holy orders)
DAFYDD ap RHYS O FENAI (or O'R FENNI) ( fl. c. 1550 ), a poet
DAFYDD ap SIANCYN (SIENCYN) ap DAFYDD ap y CRACH ( fl. mid 15th cent.), Lancastrian partisan and poet ,
DAFYDD BAENTIWR ( fl. c. 1500-1530? ), a poet
DAFYDD BENFRAS ( fl. 1230-1260), poet .
DAFYDD BENWYN (second half of the 16th cent.), one of the bards of Glamorgan .
DAFYDD COWPER (GOWPER) ( fl. c. 1500 ), poet , of Wrexham .
DAFYDD DARON ( fl. 1400), dean of Bangor ,
DAFYDD DDU ATHRO HIRADDUG (before 1400), a poet ,
DAFYDD, EDWARD ( c. 1600 -1678?), bard , ofMargam, Glam.
DAFYDD EMLYN (or DAFYDD WILLIAM PRYS ) ( fl. 1603-1622), poet and cleric
DAFYDD EPYNT ( fl. c. 1460 ), a poet ,
DAFYDD FYNGLWYD (or DAFYDD ap SIANCYN FYNGLWYD ) ( fl. c. 1500-1550 ), poet ,
DAFYDD GAM (d.1415), Welsh warrior ,
DAFYDD GLYN DYFRDWY ( fl. c. 1575 ), bard ;
DAFYDD GOCH BRYDYDD o FUALLT , a poet , evidently from the Builthdistrict, and living towards theend of the 16th cent.
DAFYDD GORLECH (1410? -1490?), a writer of cywyddau brud (vaticinations) ;
DAFYDD LLWYD ap DAFYDD ab EINION ap HYWEL , ofNewtown, Mont. (d.before 1469), a prominent figure in Cydewain and a generous patron of the 15th cent. bards
DAFYDD LLWYD ap HUW , a poet living at thebeginning of the 17th cent.
DAFYDD LLWYD ap LLYWELYN ap GRUFFUDD , of Mathafarn ( c. 1420 - c. 1500 ), poet .
DAFYDD LLWYD MATHAU, MATHE, or MATHEW ( fl. 1601-1629), poet and strolling minstrel .
DAFYDD LLWYD SYBYLLTIR ( fl. c. 1610 ), poet ;
DAFYDD LLYFNI ( fl. end of 16th cent.), poet , of Caernarvonshire .
DAFYDD (or DAVIES ), MAURICE ( fl. 1789), hymn-writer ;
DAFYDD MEIFOD ( fl. c. 1600 ), poet ;
DAFYDD, MEURIG (1510? -1595),professional bard, staunch Papist, and one of the most important literary characters in Glamorgan in thesecond half of the 16th cent. ;
DAFYDD NANCONWY ( fl. 17th cent.), writer of cywyddau .
Dafydd Nanmor , a15th cent. poet of note.
DAFYDD OFFEIRIAD, ‘Syr ’ ( fl. 15th cent.),cleric, and writer of vaticinatory poetry .
DAFYDD, OWEN (1751 -1814?), rustic poet and ballad-writer .
DAFYDD PENNANT (late 16th cent.), bard .
DAFYDD, PHILIP (1732 -1814 according to Meth. Cym. , ii, 458 et sqq. ). Methodist exhorter
DAFYDD, RICHARD WILLIAM ( fl. 1740-1752), Methodist exhorter ;
DAFYDD, ROBERT (1747 -1834), Calvinistic Methodist preacher; a weaver ,
DAFYDD (or DAVID ), THOMAS ( fl .1765-1792), elegist and hymnist ;
DAFYDD TREFOR, ‘Syr,’ alias David ap Hoell ap Ieuan ap Iorwerth (d.1528?), cleric and bard ;
DAFYDD WILIAM PYRS (or PRYS) ( fl. c. 1660 ), poet ;
DAFYDD, WILLIAM ( fl. c. 1597 ), poet .
DAFYDD Y COED ( fl. 1380 ). One of the later poets of the older tradition.
DAGGAR, GEORGE (1879 -1950), trade unionist and Member of Parliament ;
DAI LLWYD ofCwm Bychan, Mer. ( fl. 1485), harpist and warrior .
DAI MAESMOR , a harpist who flourished in the16th cent.,
DANIEL ap LLOSGWRN MEW , poet .
DANIEL, DAVID ROBERT (1859 -1931), publicist ;
DANIEL, EVAN (1837 -1904), cleric and educationist ;
DANIEL, JOHN (1755? -1823), printer at Carmarthen ;
DANIEL, JOHN EDWARD (1902 -1962), college lecturer and inspector of schools .
DANIEL, WILLIAM RAYMOND ( RAY ) (1928 -1997), association football player .
DARLINGTON, THOMAS (1864 -1908), scholar and inspector of schools ;
DAVID (d.1139?), bishop of Bangor .
DAVID ab OWEN (d.1512), abbot and bishop .
DAVID, JOB (1746 -1812), General Baptist minister ;
DAVID, JOHN (1701? -1756), Independent minister ;
DAVID, PHILIP (1709 -1787), Independent minister ofPenmain, Mon. ;
DAVID, REES (alive in1746), early Arminian Baptist ,
DAVIDS, THOMAS WILLIAM (1816 -1884), Independent minister and ecclesiastical historian ;
DAVID,Sir TANNATT WILLIAM EDGEWORTH (1858 -1934), geologist and explorer ;
DAVIES family, of Bersham, smiths .
DAVIES, (FLORENCE) ROSE (1882 -1958), Labour activist and local alderman .
DAVIES,Sir ALFRED THOMAS, C.B. (1861 -1949), the first Permanent Secretary (1907-25) of the Welsh Department of the Board of Education ;
DAVIES, ALUN (1916 -1980), historian .
DAVIES, ALUN HERBERT (CREUNANT) (1927 -2005), the first director of the Welsh Books Council .
DAVIES, ALUN WYNNE GRIFFITHS (1924 -1988), musician and critic .
DAVIES, BEN (1840 -1930),Independent minister, popular preacher, and author ;
DAVIES, BEN (1864 -1937),Independent minister, and poet ;
DAVIES, BEN (1878 -1958), Independent minister .
DAVIES, BENJAMIN (1739? -1817), Independent academy tutor .
DAVIES, BENJAMIN (1814 -1875), Hebraist .
DAVIES, BENJAMIN (1826 -1905),Baptist minister, writer, and printer ;
DAVIES, BENJAMIN (‘ BEN ’ ;1858 -1943), singer ;
DAVIES, BRYAN MARTIN (1933 -2015), teacher and poet .
DAVIES, CADWALADR (1704-?),bard, ballad-writer, and collector
DAVIES, CATHERINE GLYN (‘ CARYL ’) (1926 -2007),historian of philosophy and linguistics, and translator .
DAVIES, CHARLES (1849 -1927), Baptist minister ;
DAVIES, CHARLES NICE (1794 -1842), Independent minister and college tutor ,
DAVIES, CLEMENT EDWARD (1884 -1962), politician ;
DAVIES, DANIEL (1756 -1837), Baptist minister ;
DAVIES, DANIEL (1797 -1876 ) Baptist minister .
DAVIES, DANIEL (1840 -1916), cashier to the Ocean Collieries at Ton,Ystrad, Glam. ;
DAVIES, DANIEL JOHN (1885 -1970), Independent minister and poet ;
DAVIES,Sir DANIEL THOMAS (1899 -1966), physician ;
DAVIES, DAN ISAAC (1839 -1887), a pioneer of the teaching of Welsh in schools ;
DAVIES, DAVID (d.1807), editor of Y Geirgrawn , Independent minister ;
DAVIES, DAVID (1764? -1828), Independent minister and Academy tutor ;
DAVIES, DAVID (1800? -1856), Baptist minister and college tutor ,
DAVIES, DAVID (1741 -1819), author
DAVIES, DAVID (1753 -1820), Methodist cleric ;
DAVIES, DAVID (1763 -1816), Independent minister ;
DAVIES, DAVID (1791 -1864), Independent minister and Academy tutor ;
DAVIES,Sir DAVID (1792 -1865), physician .
DAVIES, DAVID (1810 -1875), musician ;
DAVIES, DAVID (1817 -1855), harpist ;
DAVIES, DAVID , Llandinam (1818 -1890), industrialist and Member of Parliament ;
DAVIES, DAVID (1849 -1926), Baptist minister and author ;
DAVIES, DAVID of Llandinam (1880 -1944), first BARON DAVIES (created 1932) ;
DAVIES, DAVID ‘ DAI ’ (1896 -1976), cricketer and cricket umpire .
DAVIES, DAVID CAXTON (1873 -1955), printer and company director ;
DAVIES, DAVID CHARLES (1826 -1891),Calvinistic Methodist minister, theologian, and principal of Trevecka College .
DAVIES, DAVID CHRISTOPHER (1827 -1885), geologist and mining engineer ;
DAVIES, DAVID CHRISTOPHER (‘ Christy ’ ;1878 -1958 ); missionary and representative of the British Missionary Society (B.M.S.) in Wales .
DAVIES, DAVID EMRYS (1904 -1975), cricketer and cricket umpire .
DAVIES, DAVID JAMES (1893 -1956), economist ;
DAVIES, DAVID JOHN (or ‘ DYER ’), (1870 -?), artist ;
DAVIES, DAVID JOSHUA (1877 -1945), dramatist ;
DAVIES, DAVID RICHARD (1889 -1958),theologian, journalist and cleric .
DAVIES,Sir DAVID SAUNDERS (1852 -1934), M.P. ;
DAVIES, DAVID STEPHEN (1841 -1898),preacher, temperance reformer, man of letters, and colonist ;
DAVIES, DAVID TEGFAN (1883 -1968), Congl. minister ;
DAVIES, DAVID THOMAS (1876 -1962), dramatist ;
DAVIES, DAVID THOMAS FFRANGCON (1855 -1918), singer ;
DAVIES, DEWI ALED EIRUG (1922 -1997), Congregationalist minister and professor of theology .
DAVIES, DONALD WATTS (1924 -2000),pioneer of digital computing, and of packet switching for data communication .
DAVIES, EDWARD (1796 -1857), Independent minister and college tutor ;
DAVIES, EDWARD (1827 -1905),Independent minister in the U.S.A., and author ;
DAVIES, EDWARD OWEN (1864 -1936), Calvinistic Methodist minister and author ;
DAVIES, EDWARD TEGLA (1880 -1967), minister (Meth.) and writer ;
DAVIES, EDWIN (1859 -1919), editor and publisher ;
DAVIES, ELLIS (1872 -1962), priest and antiquarian ;
DAVIES, ELLIS THOMAS (1822 -1895), Independent minister ;
DAVIES, ELLIS WILLIAM (1871 -1939), solicitor and politician ;
DAVIES, EMLYN (1907 -1974), Baptist minister and college professor .
DAVIES, EVAN (1694? -1770), Independent minister and tutor ,
DAVIES, EVAN (1750 -1806), Independent minister ;
DAVIES, EVAN (1805 -1864),missionary under the London Missionary Society, Independent minister, and author ;
DAVIES, EVAN (1826 -1872), educationist ;
DAVIES, EVAN (1842 -1919),Calvinistic Methodist minister, and writer ;
DAVIES, EVAN CYNFFIG (1843 -1908),Independent minister, teacher, author, and musician ;
DAVIES, EVAN THOMAS (1878 -1969), musician ;
DAVIES, FRANCIS (1605 -1675), bishop of Llandaff ;
DAVIES, GEORGE MAITLAND LLOYD (1880 -1949), Calvinistic Methodist minister and apostle of peace ;
DAVIES, GETHIN (1846 -1896), Baptist minister and college principal .
DAVIES, GLYNNE GERALLT (1916 -1968), minister (Congl.) and poet ;
DAVIES, GRIFFITH (1788 -1855), actuary .
DAVIES, GWENDOLINE ELIZABETH (1882 -1951), art collector and benefactress .
DAVIES, GWILYM (1879 -1955),minister (B), promoter of international understanding, founder of the annual Goodwill Message from the Youth of Wales ;
DAVIES, GWILYM ELFED Baron Davies of Penrhys (1913 —1992), Labour politician .
DAVIES, GWYNNE HENTON (1906 -1998), Old Testament scholar .
DAVIES, HAYDN GEORGE (1912 -1993), cricketer .
DAVIES, HENRY (1696? -1766), Independent minister ;
DAVIES, HENRY, I (1753 -1825), Baptist minister ,
DAVIES, HENRY REES (1861 -1940), antiquary ,
DAVIES,Sir HENRY WALFORD (1869 -1941), musician ;
DAVIES, HOWEL ( c. 1716 -1770), Methodist cleric .
DAVIES, HUGH (1739 -1821), cleric and author of Welsh Botanology ;
DAVIES, HUGH EMYR (1878 -1950), minister (Presb.) and poet ;
DAVIES, HUGH MORRISTON (1879 -1965), probably the most outstanding pioneer of thoracic surgery in Britain ;
DAVIES, HUGH THOMAS (1881 -1969),musician, writer, and one of the pioneers of Cymdeithas Cerdd Dant Cymru ;
DAVIES, HUGH TUDWAL (1847 -1915), farmer and poet ;
DAVIES, HUMFFREY (‘ Wmffre Dafydd ab Ifan ’ ; fl. 1600?-64?), poet ;
DAVIES, HUMPHREY (d.1635),vicar of Darowen, and transcriber of Welsh manuscripts ;
DAVIES, HYWEL (1919 -1965), broadcaster .
DAVIES, IDRIS (1905 -1953),miner, schoolmaster and poet ;
DAVIES, IFOR (1910 —1982), Labour politician .
DAVIES, JACOB (1816 -1849), Baptist missionary in Ceylon ;
DAVIES, JAMES (d.1760), Independent minister ,
DAVIES, JAMES (1767? -1860 ; DWB , 130).
DAVIES, JAMES (1765 -1849), ‘the schoolmaster of Devauden ’;
DAVIES, JAMES EIRIAN (1918 -1998), poet and minister .
DAVIES, JAMES KITCHENER (1902 -1952),poet, dramatist and nationalist .
DAVIES, JENKIN (1798 -1842), Calvinistic Methodist minister ;
DAVIES, JENNIE EIRIAN (1925 -1982), journalist .
DAVIES, JOHN ( Dr. John Davies of Mallwyd , c. 1567 -1644), one of the greatest of Welsh scholars ;
DAVIES, JOHN (1627? -1693), ‘of Kidwelly,’ translator ;
DAVIES, JOHN [1700? -1792], cleric ,
DAVIES, JOHN ( c. 1750 -1821), Methodist cleric ;
DAVIES, JOHN (1652 - post 1716 ), of Rhiwlas,Llansilin, Denbs., genealogist ;
DAVIES, JOHN (1737 -1821), Independent minister ;
DAVIES, JOHN (1760 -1843), Calvinistic Methodist minister .
DAVIES, JOHN (1772 -1855), school teacher and missionary .
DAVIES, JOHN (1781 -1848), of Fronheulog,Llandderfel, Mer. ; one of the most prominent lay leaders of Calvinistic Methodism in his day ,
DAVIES, JOHN (1784 -1845), Wesleyan minister ;
DAVIES, JOHN (1787 -1855), stone-mason and composer ;
DAVIES, JOHN (1795 -1858), Unitarian minister and schoolmaster ;
DAVIES, JOHN (1795 -1861), cleric and philosopher ;
DAVIES, JOHN (1803 -1854), Independent minister ;
DAVIES, JOHN (1823 -1874), Independent minister ;
DAVIES, JOHN (1843 -1917), ‘of Pandy,’ Calvinistic Methodist minister and antiquary .
DAVIES, JOHN (1860 -1939), Welsh bibliographer and genealogist .
DAVIES, JOHN (1868 -1940), author
DAVIES, JOHN (1882 -1937),secretary of the South Wales District of the W.E.A., 1919-1937 ;
DAVIES, JOHN BREESE (1893 -1940,writer, musician, and a specialist in cerdd dant .
DAVIES, JOHN DANIEL (1874 -1948), editor and author ;
DAVIES, JOHN DAVID (1831 -1911), cleric and antiquary .
DAVIES, JOHN GLYN (1870 -1953),scholar, songwriter and poet .
DAVIES, JOHN GRIFFITH (1836 -1861), poet and translator ;
DAVIES, JOHN GWYNORO (1855 -1935), Calvinistic Methodist minister ;
DAVIES, JOHN HAYDN (1905 -1991), teacher and choirmaster .
DAVIES, JOHN HUMPHREYS (1871 -1926),bibliographer, man of letters, and educationist ;
DAVIES, JOHN LLEWELYN (1826 -1916 ; DWB , 135 under ).
DAVIES, JOHN LLOYD (1801 -1860), Blaendyffryn and Alltyrodyn,Llandysul, Cards., M.P. ;
DAVIES, JOHN OSSIAN (1851 -1916), Congregational minister and author ;
DAVIES, JOHN PARK (1879 -1937), Unitarian minister ;
DAVIES, JOHN PHILIP (1786 -1832),Baptist minister, commentator, and divine ;
DAVIES, JONATHAN CEREDIG (1859 -1932),traveller, genealogist, and folk-lorist .
DAVIES, JOSEPH (? -1831? ) .
DAVIES, JOSEPH E. (1812 -1881 ). Welsh Calvinistic minister in America and author ;
DAVIES, JOSEPH EDWARD (1876 -1958), international lawyer ;
DAVIES,Sir LEONARD TWISTON (1894 -1953), patron of the arts and of folk life studies ;
DAVIES, LEWIS (1777 -1828), major-general ,
DAVIES, LEWIS ;1863 -1951),novelist, local historian, schoolmaster ;
DAVIES, MARGARET ( c. 1700-1785? ), transcriber of many of the manuscripts preserved in our public collections ;
DAVIES, MARGARET SIDNEY (1884 -1963), art collector and benefactress ,
DAVIES, MARY (1855 -1930), singer ;
DAVIES (or DAVYS ), MATTHEW ( fl. 1620), politician ,
DAVIES, MATTHEW WILLIAM (1882 -1947), musician ;
DAVIES, MORRIS (1796 -1876),author, hymnologist, and musician ;
DAVIES, MOSES (1799 -1866), musician .
DAVIES, MYLES (or MILES) DAVIES (1662 -1715?), religious controversialist and bibliographer ,
DAVIES, OLIVER ( fl. c. 1820 ), harpist ;
DAVIES, OWEN (1719 -1792), Independent minister ;
DAVIES, OWEN (1752 -1830), Wesleyan Methodist minister ;
DAVIES, OWEN (1840 -1929), Baptist minister .
DAVIES, OWEN PICTON (1882 -1970), journalist ;
DAVIES, RANDOLPH ( RONDL ) (d.1695), cleric and controversialist .
DAVIES, REES (1694? -1767), Independent minister .
DAVIES, RHISIART MORGAN (1903 -1958), scientist and professor of physics ;
DAVIES, RHYS JOHN (1877 -1954), politician and trade union official ;
DAVIES, RICHARD (1501? -1581), bishop and biblical translator ;
DAVIES, RICHARD (1635 -1708), Quaker ,
DAVIES, RICHARD (1814 -1854), secretary of the Church Missionary Society ;
DAVIES, RICHARD (1818 -1896), M.P. ;
DAVIES, RICHARD OWEN (1894 -1962), scientist and professor of agricultural chemistry ;
DAVIES, ROBERT (1790 -1841), Calvinistic Methodist elder , etc.
DAVIES, ROBERT (1816 -1905), philanthropist ;
DAVIES, ‘Syr ’ ROGER ( fl. c. 1500 ), cleric and poet .
DAVIES, ROLAND ( fl. c. 1730 ), poet ;
DAVIES, SAMUEL (1788 -1854), Wesleyan Methodist minister ,
DAVIES, SAMUEL (‘ the 2nd ’ ;1818 -1891), Wesleyan minister ;
DAVIES, SOROBABEL (1806 -1877), schoolmaster and Baptist minister ;
DAVIES, STEPHEN (d.1794), who revived the defunct 17th cent. Baptist church at Carmarthen .
DAVIES, STEPHEN (1790 -1858), poet ,
DAVIES, STEPHEN OWEN (1886? -1972), miners' leader and Labour politician .
DAVIES, THOMAS ( fl. 1700), poet .
DAVIES, DAVIS , or DAVYES , THOMAS (1512? -1573), bishop of S. Asaph ,
DAVIES, THOMAS (1812 -1895), Baptist minister and principal of Haverfordwest Baptist College ;
DAVIES, THOMAS (1820 -1873), Independent minister ;
DAVIES, THOMAS (1823 -1898), Independent minister ;
DAVIES, THOMAS (1837 -1892), mineralogist ;
DAVIES, THOMAS (1851 -1892), musician ;
DAVIES, THOMAS HUWS (1882 -1940),secretary to the Commissioners of Church Temporalities in Wales, littérateur and collector of books ;
DAVIES, THOMAS RHYS (1790 -1859), Baptist minister ;
DAVIES, THOMAS WITTON (1851 -1923),Baptist minister, and Semitic scholar ;
DAVIES, TIMOTHY (1802 -1862), cleric ;
DAVIES, TIMOTHY EYNON (1854 -1935), Congregational minister ;
DAVIES, TREVOR OWEN (1895 -1966), minister (Presb.) and principal of Trefeca College ;
DAVIES, TUDOR (1892 -1958), singer .
DAVIES, WILFRED MITFORD (1895 -1966), artist ;
DAVIES, WILLIAM (d.1593), Roman Catholic missioner and martyr .
DAVIES, WILLIAM (1729? -1787), Methodist cleric ;
DAVIES, WILLIAM (1756 -1823), compiler of an unpublished history of Glamorgan ;
DAVIES, WILLIAM (1785 -1851), Wesleyan minister and missionary ;
DAVIES, WILLIAM (1805 -1859), Independent minister and schoolmaster ;
DAVIES, WILLIAM (1814 -1891), palaeontologist ;
DAVIES, WILLIAM (1820 -1875), Wesleyan minister ;
DAVIES, WILLIAM (1859 -1907), musician ;
DAVIES,Sir WILLIAM (1863 -1935), journalist and editor ;
DAVIES, WILLIAM (1874 -1949), local historian ;
DAVIES, WILLIAM (1899 -1968 ) botanist and grassland specialist ;
DAVIES,Sir WILLIAM (LLEWELYN) (1887 -1952), librarian ;
DAVIES, WILLIAM ANTHONY (1886 -1962), journalist ;
DAVIES, WILLIAM CADWALADR (1849 -1905), educationist .
DAVIES, WILLIAM DANIEL (1838 -1900), lecturer and author ;
DAVIES, WILLIAM DAVID (‘ W.D. ’) (1911 -2001), Biblical scholar .
DAVIES, WILLIAM DAVID [P.] (1897 -1969),minister (Presb.), college tutor and author ;
DAVIES, WILLIAM HENRY (1871 -1940), poet and author ;
DAVIES, WILLIAM HUBERT (1893 -1965), musician ;
DAVIES, WILLIAM JENKIN (1858 -1919),Unitarian minister, man of letters, and musician ;
DAVIES, WILLIAM LEWIS (1896 -1941), specialist in analytical dairy chemistry ;
DAVIES, WILLIAM THOMAS (PENNAR) (1911 -1996),novelist, poet, theologian and scholar .
DAVIES, ZACCHEUS ( fl. 1737-1770), writer of religious carols ( halsingod ) ;
DAVIS family, of Hirwaun, Aberdare, and Ferndale, coalowners .
DAVIS, DAVID DANIEL (1777 -1841), physician ;
DAVIS ( DAVIES ) , RICHARD (1658 -1714), Independent minister .
DAWKINS, MORGAN GAMAGE (1864 -1939),Congregational minister, poet, and hymnist ;
DAWKINS,Sir WILLIAM BOYD (1837 -1929), geologist and antiquary ;
DEAKIN, ARTHUR (1890 -1955), trade union leader ;
DEE, JOHN (1527 -1608), mathematician and astronomer ;
DEINIOL (d.584),saint, founder of Bangor and first bishop in Gwynedd ;
DEIO ap IEUAN BWL ( fl. c. 1530 ), poet .
DEIO ap IEUAN DU ( fl. 1460-1480), poet .
DEIO LLIWIEL (LLYWEL?) (beginning of 16th cent.?), poet .
DE LLOYD, DAVID JOHN (1883 -1948), musician ;
DENNIS, HENRY (1825 -1906),mining engineer, colliery owner, etc. ;
DERFEL, ROBERT JONES (1824 -1905), poet and socialist .
DEVEREUX ofLamphey, Pembs.,Ystrad Ffin, Carms., Vaynor andNantariba, Mont., Pencoyd, Brecknock, etc.
DEVONALD, JOHN (1863 -1936), musician ;
DAVID (DEWI),S. ,founder and abbot-bishop of S. Davids, and patron saint of Wales .
DINELY (or DINGLEY ), THOMAS (d.1695), traveller ,
DIVERRES, POL (1880 -1946),linguist, Celtic scholar, and sometime Keeper of manuscripts in the National Library of Wales ;
DODD, CHARLES HAROLD (1884 -1973), biblical scholar .
DOGMAEL ( DOGFAEL , DOGWEL ), saint ( fl. 6th cent. ).
DOLBEN ( DOULBEN , DOULBIN , or DAULBIN ), ofSegrwyd, Denbs., etc.
DONNE, JAMES (1764 -1844), cleric and schoolmaster ;
DONNELLY, DESMOND LOUIS (1920 —1974), politician and writer .
DOWNMAN, JOHN (1750 -1824), painter ;
DRISCOLL, JAMES (1880 -1925), boxer ;
DUNAWD , saint ( fl. 6th cent. ).
DURSTON, THOMAS (d.1767), bookseller and printer at Shrewsbury .
DWNN, GRUFFYDD ( c. 1500 - c. 1570 ), country gentleman ;
DWNN, JAMES ( c. 1570 - c. 1660 ), poet , from Montgomeryshire .
DWNN, OWAIN ( c. 1400 - c. 1460 ) ,
DYER, JOHN (1699 -1757), poet ;
DYFRIG ( DUBRICIUS ), saint ( fl. 475?),