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HAINES, WILLIAM (1853 -1922), local historian and bibliographer ;

HALL, AUGUSTA, Lady Llanover (Gwenynen Gwent ) (1802 -1896), patron of Welsh culture and inventor of the Welsh national costume .

HALL, BENJAMIN (1778 -1817), industrialist ;

HALL, BENJAMIN (1802 -1867), .

HALL, GEORGE HENRY (1881 -1965), (created1946), politician ;

HALL, RICHARD (1817 -1866), poet ,

HAMER, EDWARD (1840 -1911 ; DWB , 335).

HAMER,Sir GEORGE FREDERICK (1885 -1965), industrialist and public figure ;

HANBURY family, of Pontypool, industrialists ;

HANMER family of Hanmer, Bettisfield, Fens and Halton, Flints., and Pentre-pant, Salop .

HANSON, CARL AUGUST (1872 -1961), first head of the bindery at the National Library of Wales ;

HARDING,Sir JOHN DORNEY (1809 -1868), Queen's Advocate ;

HARKER, EDWARD (‘Isnant ’;1866 -1969),quarryman, poet and preacher (Congl.) ;

HARLEY family, of Brampton Bryan and Wigmore (Herefs.), later ;

HARRI, EDWARD (1752? -1837), poet and weaver ;

HARRIES, DAVID (1747 -1834), musician ;

HARRIES, EVAN (1786 -1861), Calvinistic Methodist minister ;

HARRIES, HENRY (d.1862),astrologer, medicine-man, and conjurer ;

HARRIES, HYWEL (1921 -1990),art teacher, artist, cartoonist .

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

HARRIES ( HARRIS , HARRY ), JOHN (1722 -1788), ‘of Ambleston’, Pembs., early Methodist exhorter

HARRI MASTR or ‘Syr’ HARRI (15th cent.), poet ,

HARRIS, GRIFFITH ( 1811 -1892), musician ;

HARRIS, HOWEL(L) ( DWB , 339).

HARRIS, JOHN (1680 -1738), bishop of Llandaff ;

HARRIS, JOHN (1704 -1763), ‘of S. Kennox ’ (Llawhaden, Pembs.), Methodist and Moravian exhorter —

HARRIS, JOHN RYLAND (Ieuan Ddu,1802 -1823 ) ;

HARRIS, JOSEPH (1704 -1764 ) .

HARRIS, JOSEPH (Gomer,1773 -1825),Baptist minister, and man of letters ;

HARRISON, RICHARD (1743 -1830), Wesleyan Methodist local preacher ;

HARRIS, SOLOMON (1726 -1785), Arian minister and Academy tutor ;

HARRIS, THOMAS (1705 -1782),

HARRIS, WILLIAM HENRY (1884 -1956),priest, Professor of Welsh, St. David's College, Lampeter ;

HARRI or HARRY , WILLIAM (Gwilym Garw-dyle,1763 -1844), poet ;

HARRY, GEORGE OWEN ( DWB , 343).

HARRY, JOSEPH (1863 -1950), schoolmaster and Independent minister ;

HARRY, MILES (1700 -1776), Baptist minister ;

HARRY, NUN MORGAN (1800 -1842), Independent minister ;

HARTLAND, EDWIN SIDNEY (1848 -1927), one of the founders of the modern science of folklore ;

HARTSHORN, VERNON (1872 -1931),Labour leader, M.P., and Cabinet Minister .

HASSALL, CHARLES (1754 -1814), land agent and surveyor .

HATTON, ANN JULIA (‘Ann of Swansea’,1764 -1838), poet and novelist ;

HAVARD, WILLIAM THOMAS (1889 -1956), bishop ;

HAWYS (HAWISE) GADARN (‘ the Hardy ’) (1291 - ante 1353 ),

HAYCOCK, BLODWEN MYFANWY (1913 -1963), artist and author ;

HAYDEN, HENRY SAMUEL (1805 -1860), organist ;

HEATH, CHARLES (1761 -1830), printer ;

HEMANS (née BROWNE ), FELICIA DOROTHEA (1793 -1835), poet ;

HEMP, WILFRID JAMES (1882 -1962), archaeologist ;

HENRY VII (1457 -1509), king of England .

HENRY, DAVID (Myrddin Wyllt ) (1816 -1873), Independent minister and folk poet .

HENRY, JOHN (1859 -1914), musician ;

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

HENRY, THOMAS (1734 -1816),apothecary, physician, and chemist .

POWIS, earls of ( HERBERT ) .

HERBERT family, of Montgomery, Parke, Blackhall, Dolguog, Cherbury, Aston, etc.

HERBERTfamily, earls of Pembroke (second creation) .

HERBERT, DAVID (1762 -1835), Evangelical cleric ,

HERBERT, EDWARD (1583 -1648), 1st baron Herbert of Cherbury ;

HERBERT, GEORGE (1593 -1633), cleric and poet .

HERBERT, HENRY (1617 -1656 ) Parliamentary soldier and statesman ,

HERBERT,Sir JOHN (1550 -1617),civil lawyer, diplomat and secretary of state,

HERBERT, WILLIAM (d.1469),, soldier and statesman ;

HERBERT,Sir WILLIAM (d.1593), Irish planter and Welsh educational pioneer ,

HERBERT, WILLIAM (1460 -1491),

HERBERT, WILLIAM REGINALD ( WILLIAM REGINALD HERBERT HUDDLESTON from 1920;1841 -1929),sportsman, huntsman and rider of racehorses ;

HERRING, JOHN (1789 -1832), Baptist minister ;

HEYCOCK, LLEWELLYN LORD HEYCOCK OF TAIBACH (1905 -1990), prominent leader in local government in Glamorganshire .

HEYLIN, ROWLAND ( DWB , 356).

HICKS, HENRY (1837 -1899), physician and geologist ;

HIGGS, DANIEL ( DWB , 356).

HILEY, FRANCIS (1781 -1860), Baptist minister ;

HILL family, of thePlymouth iron-works, Merthyr Tydfil .

HILLS-JOHNES Sir JAMES (1833 -1919), general ;

HIMBURY, DAVID MERVYN (1922 -2008), minister (Bapt) and college principal .

HINDE, CHARLES THOMAS EDWARD (1820 -1870), major general ;

HININ FARDD (1360? -1420), a writer of prophecies .

HOARE,Sir RICHARD COLT (1758 -1838),2nd baronet, historian and antiquary .

HOBLEY, WILLIAM (1858 -1933),Calvinistic Methodist minister, and author ;

HODDINOTT, ALUN (1929 -2008), composer and teacher .

HODGES, JEHOIADA (1877? -1930), Wales and Newport Rugby forward ;

HODGES, JOHN (1700? -1777), cleric .

HOGGAN [ne Morgan], FRANCES ELIZABETH (1843 -1927), physician and social reformer .

HOLBACHE ( HOLBECHE , etc.), DAVID ( fl. 1377-1423),lawyer, founder of Oswestry Grammar School .

HOLLAND family, of Berw, Anglesey .

HOLLAND families:

HOLLAND, HUGH (1569 -1633), poet and traveller ;

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

HOLLAND, SAMUEL (1803 -1892), a pioneer of the North Wales slate industry and chief promoter of the establishment of Dr. Williams's school for girls at Dolgelley ;

HOLLAND, WILLIAM (1711 -1761), early Methodist and Moravian ;

HOMFRAY family, of Penydarren, Merthyr Tydfil, iron-masters , etc.

HOOSON, HUGH EMLYN (1925 -2012), Liberal politician and public figure .

HOOSON, ISAAC DANIEL (1880 -1948), solicitor and poet ;

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

HOOSON, TOM ELLIS (1933 -1985), Conservative politician .

HOPCYN ap TOMAS ( c. 1330 -after1403), gentleman ,

HOPCYN, WILIAM (1700 -1741), a poet

HOPE, WILLIAM ( fl. 1765), ‘y Bardd Byddar ’ (‘the deaf poet’),

HOPKIN, LEWIS ( c. 1708 -1771), poet ;

HOPKINS, EVAN ([1801]? -1888), geologist ;

HOPKINS, WILLIAM (1706 -1786 ) cleric and author ;

HORSFALL TURNER, ERNEST RICHMOND (1870 -1936), schoolmaster and local historian ;

HOWARD, JAMES HENRY (1876 -1947),preacher, author and socialist ;

HOWEL, HARRI ( fl. 1637-1671), bard ;

HOWELL, DAVID (1797 -1873), Calvinistic Methodist minister ;

HOWELL, DAVID (Llawdden,1831 -1903), dean ;

HOWELL, GWILYM or WILLIAM (1705 -1775), almanac-maker and poet .

HOWELL, JAMES (1594? -1666), author ;

HOWELL, JENKIN (1836 -1902),printer, writer, musician ;

HOWELL, JOHN (Ioan ab Hywel orIoan Glandyfroedd>,1774 -1830),weaver, schoolmaster, poet, editor, and musician ;

HOWELL, JOHN HENRY (1869 -1944), pioneer of technical education in New Zealand ;

HOWELL, LLEWELYN DAVID (1812 -1864),Congregational minister, author, and eisteddfodwr ;

HOWELLS, ELISEUS (1893 -1969),minister (Presb.), and author ;

HOWELLS, GEORGE (1871 -1955),principal of Serampore College, India ;

HOWELLS, GERAINT WYN, Baron Geraint (1925 -2004), farmer and politician .

HOWELLS, HOWELL (1750 -1842), Methodist cleric ;

HOWELLS, MORGAN (1794 -1852), Calvinistic Methodist minister ;

HOWELLS, REES (1879 -1950),missionary and founder of the Bible College, Swansea ;

HOWELLS, THOMAS (Hywel Cynon,1839 -1905),collier, printer, poet, preacher, and musician ;

HOWELLS, WILLIAM (1818 -1888 ; DWB , 370).

HOWELL, THOMAS (d.1540?), philanthropist ,

HOWELL, THOMAS (1588 -1646), bishop ;

HOWELL, THOMAS FRANCIS (1864 -1953), businessman and barrister ;

HOWELL, WILLIAM (1740 -1822), Arian minister and Academy tutor ;

HOWELS, WILLIAM (1778 -1832), Evangelical cleric ;

HOYLE, WILLIAM EVANS (1855 -1926), first director of the National Museum of Wales ;

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

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

HUGHES, ALFRED WILLIAM (1861 -1900), surgeon and professor ;

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

HUGHES, ARTHUR (1878 -1965), writer ;

HUGHES, ARWEL (1909 -1988), musician .

HUGHES, CHARLES (1823 -1886), publisher ;

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

HUGHES, DAVID (d.1609 ) founder of Beaumaris grammar school ;

HUGHES, DAVID (EOS IAL ) (1794? -1862), poet and publisher .

HUGHES, DAVID (1785 -1850), cleric and author ;

HUGHES, DAVID (1800 -1849), Independent minister ;

HUGHES, DAVID (Cristiolus Môn,1810 -1881), musician ;

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

HUGHES, DAVID EDWARD (1831 -1900), physicist and inventor ;

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

HUGHES, EDWARD (‘Eos Maldwyn ’; d.1862), harpist ;

HUGHES, EDWARD (‘Y Dryw ’;1772 -1850), eisteddfodic poet ;

HUGHES, EDWARD (1856 -1925), general secretary and agent of the North Wales Miners Association ;

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

HUGHES, EDWARD ERNEST (1877 -1953),first Professor of history at the University College, Swansea, and a notable intermediary between the university and the public ;

HUGHES, ELIZABETH PHILLIPS (1851 -1925), educationalist ;

HUGHES, EMRYS DANIEL (1894 -1969),politician, journalist and author ;

HUGHES, EVAN (‘Hughes Fawr ’; d.1800), cleric and author .

HUGHES, EZEKIEL (1766 -1849), one of the early Welsh settlers in the far west of the U.S.A. ;

HUGHES, GARFIELD HOPKIN (1912 -1969), university lecturer and Welsh scholar ;

HUGHES, GRIFFITH ( fl. 1707-1750), cleric and naturalist ;

HUGHES, GRIFFITH (1775 -1839), Congregational minister ;

HUGHES, GRIFFITH WILLIAM (1861 -1941), accountant and musician ;

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

HUGHES, HENRY BAILEY (1833 -1887), Roman Catholic priest ;

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

HUGHES, HENRY MALDWYN (1875 -1940), Wesleyan minister and theologian ;

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 (1778 -1855), Wesleyan minister ;

HUGHES, HUGH (1790 -1863), artist and author ;

HUGHES, HUGH (Tegai ;1805 -1864), Independent minister and man of letters ;

HUGHES, HUGH (Cadfan Gwynedd or ‘Hughes Cadfan ’;1824 -1898), one of the Welsh pioneers in Patagonia ;

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

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

HUGHES, HUGH JOHN (1828? -1872), author and musician in U.S.A. ;

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

HUGHES, HUGH MICHAEL (1858 -1933), Independent minister ;

HUGHES, HUGH PRICE (1847 -1902), Wesleyan Methodist minister ;

HUGHES, HUGH ROBERT ( DWB , 379).

HUGHES, HYWEL STANFORD (1886 -1970),cattle breeder, benefactor and Welsh nationalist ;

HUGHES, ISAAC (Craigfryn ;1852 -1928), novelist ;

HUGHES, JAMES (Iago Trichrug ;1779 -1844),Calvinistic Methodist minister, poet, and Bible commentator ;

HUGHES, JAMES BILSLAND (Iago Bencerdd ;1831 -1878), harpist ;

HUGHES, JANE ( fl. c . 1840-1880 ), hymnist ;

HUGHES, JOHN or HUGH OWEN (1615 -1686), Jesuit ;

HUGHES, JOHN (1775 -1854),Calvinistic Methodist minister, author, and hymn-writer ;

HUGHES, JOHN (1776 -1843),Wesleyan minister, and antiquary ;

HUGHES, JOHN (1787 -1860),archdeacon, Evangelical cleric, and writer ;

HUGHES, JOHN (1791-?), musician .

HUGHES, JOHN (1796 -1860 ; DWB , 382).

HUGHES, JOHN (1814 -1889), engineer and pioneer of iron-works in Russia ;

HUGHES, JOHN (1827 -1893), Calvinistic Methodist minister ;

HUGHES, JOHN (Glanystwyth ;1842 -1902), Wesleyan minister ;

HUGHES, JOHN (1850 -1932),Calvinistic Methodist minister, author, and poet ;

HUGHES, JOHN (1873 -1932), composer of the hymn-tune ‘Cwm Rhondda’ .

HUGHES, JOHN (1896 -1968), musician .

HUGHES, JOHN (CEIRIOG) (Ceiriog ;1832 -1887), poet ;

HUGHES, JOHN EDWARD (1879 -1959), minister (Presb.) and author ;

HUGHES, JOHN EVAN (1865 -1932), Calvinistic Methodist minister and editor ;

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 RICHARD (1828 -1893), Calvinistic Methodist minister and celebrated evangelist ;

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, JONATHAN (1721 -1805), poet ;

HUGHES, JOSEPH (Carn Ingli ;1803 -1863), cleric and eisteddfodic poet ;

HUGHES, JOSEPH TUDOR (Blegwryd ;1827 -1841), boy harpist ,

HUGHES, JOSHUA (1807 -1889), bishop ;

HUGHES, LOT (1787 -1873), Wesleyan minister and historian ;

HUGHES, ( ROBERTS ), MARGARET (‘Leila Megáne ’;1891 -1960), singer ;

HUGHES, MEGAN WATTS (1842 -1907), vocalist ;

HUGHES, MICHAEL (1752 -1825), industrialist ,

HUGHES, OWEN (‘Yr Arian Mawr ’; d.1708), a Beaumaris attorney ,

HUGHES, OWEN (‘Glasgoed ’;1879 -1947),railway official, businessman and poet ;

HUGHES, RICHARD (d.1618), poet ;

HUGHES, RICHARD (1794 -1871), printer and publisher ;

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

HUGHES, RICHARD SAMUEL (1888 -1952),minister (Presb.), and college tutor ;

HUGHES, ROBERT (Robin Ddu yr Ail o Fôn ;1744 -1785), poet ;

HUGHES, ROBERT (1811 -1892), Calvinistic Methodist minister ;

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 OWEN (‘Elfyn ’; DWB , 390).

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

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

HUGHES, ROYSTON JOHN, ROY , BARON ISLWYN (1925 -2003), politician .

HUGHES, STEPHEN ( DWB , 390-1).

HUGHES, THOMAS (1758 -1828), Calvinistic Methodist minister , of Liverpool,

HUGHES, THOMAS (Glan Pherath ;1803 -1898), Calvinistic Methodist minister ;

HUGHES, THOMAS (1814 -1884), Wesleyan minister ;

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

HUGHES, THOMAS HYWEL (1875 -1945),Congregational minister, theologian, and philosopher ;

HUGHES, THOMAS ISFRYN (1865 -1942), Wesleyan minister ;

HUGHES, THOMAS JOHN (Adfyfr ;1853 -1927), journalist ;

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

HUGHES, THOMAS MCKENNY (1832 -1917), geologist ;

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

HUGHES, WILLIAM (d.1794?), clock-maker in London .

HUGHES, WILLIAM (d.1600), bishop of S. Asaph ;

HUGHES, WILLIAM (1757 -1846),Independent minister, hymn-writer, and composer ;

HUGHES, WILLIAM (1779 -1836), engineer ;

HUGHES, WILLIAM (1798 -1866), harpist ;

HUGHES, WILLIAM (1838 -1921), printer and publisher ;

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

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

HUGHES, WILLIAM JOHN (1833 -1879), musician and schoolmaster ;

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

HUGHES, WILLIAM JOHN , (GARETH HUGHES ) (1894 -1965), actor .

HUGHES, WILLIAM MELOCH (1860 -1926), colonist and writer ;

HUGHES, WILLIAM ROBERT (1798? -1879), healer of cancer and cancerous warts ;

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

HUMPHREYS, BENJAMIN (1856 -1934), Baptist minister ;

HUMPHREYS, DAVID (1813 -1866), minister (CM) ;

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

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

HUMPHREYS, GEORGE (1747? -1813),sexton, poet ,

HUMPHREYS, HENRY ( fl. 1819-1824), harpist ;

HUMPHREYS, HUGH (1817 -1896), printer and publisher ;

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

HUMPHREYS, JAMES ( c. 1768 -1830), legal writer ;

HUMPHREYS, JOHN (1767 -1829), Calvinistic Methodist minister and author ;

HUMPHREYS-OWEN, ARTHUR CHARLES (1836 -1905), Member of Parliament ;

HUMPHREYS, RICHARD (1790 -1863), Calvinistic Methodist minister ;

HUMPHREYS, RICHARD GRIFFITH (Rhisiart o Fadog ;1848 -1924), journalist ;

HUMPHREYS, RICHARD MACHNO (1852 -1904), Baptist minister ;

HUMPHREYS, ROBERT (orRHOBERT RHAGAT ) ( fl. c. 1720 ), poet ,

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

HUMPHREYS (later HUMPHREYS-DEVONPORT ),Sir SALUSBURY PRYCE (1778 -1845), rear-admiral ;

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

HUW ap DAFYDD ( fl. 1550-1628), poet .

HUW ap DAFYDD ap LLYWELYN ap MADOG (or HUW LLWYD ap DAFYDD ap LLYWELYN ap MADOG , according to Llanst. MS. 125 (439)) ( fl. c. 1526-1580 ), a poet

HUW ap MORUS ( fl. 1568), harpist .

HUW ap RHISIART ap DAFYDD ( fl. second half of 16th cent.), of Cefn Llanfair,Llŷn, Caerns., bard ,

HUW ap RHYS WYN ( fl. c. 1550 ), poet and member of the landed family

HUW ARWYSTLI ( fl. 1550), poet .

HUW BODWRDA or HUW ap RICHARD ap SION ap MADOG , ofBodwrda, Caerns. ( fl. 1566),gentleman, bard, and patron of bards .

HUW CAE LLWYD ( fl. 1431-1504), poet .

HUW CEIRIOG ( fl. c. 1560-1600 ), poet ,

HUW CORNWY ( fl. 1580-1596), bard ;

HUW DAFI (15th-16th cent.), bard .

HUW DAI ( fl. 1568), harpist .

HUW LLIFON ( fl. c. 1570-1607 ), poet and sexton

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

HUW MACHNO ( fl. 1585-1637), poet ,

HUW MENAI ( fl. 16th c.), musician ;

HUW PENNAL ( fl. 15th cent.), poet ;

HUW PENNANT ( fl. c. 1565-1619 ), poet ,

HUW PENNANT (‘Syr ’) ( fl. during thesecond half of the 15th cent.),cleric, poet, and antiquary ;

HUW, ROLANT (1714 -1802), poet ,

HUWS, ALUN SBARDUN (1948 -2014), musician and composer .

HUWS, MORIEN MON (Morien Môn ;1856 -1932), Nonconformist minister and poet ;

HUWS, RHYS JONES (1862 -1917), Independent minister ;

HUWS, WILLIAM PARI (1853 -1936), Independent minister ;

HUW TALAI ( fl. c. 1550-1580 ), poet ;

HUW, THOMAS ( fl. c. 1574-1606 ), poet ;

HUXLEY, THOMAS ( fl. 1765-1788), printer .

HWMFFRE ap HYWEL, or HWMFFRE HYWEL ( fl. during thefirst half of the 17th cent.), poet ;

HYWEL ab EDWIN (d.1044), king of Deheubarth ;

HYWEL ab EINION LLYGLIW ( fl. c. 1330-1370), poet ;

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

HYWEL AERDDREN or AEDDREN or AEDDREM ( fl. c. 1540-1570? ), a poet

HYWEL ap DAFYDD ap IEUAN ap RHYS ( HYWEL DAFI of Raglan, according to Pen. MS. 101 (262)) ( fl. c. 1450-1480 ), a poet

HYWEL ap DAFYDD LLWYD ab Y GOF ( fl. c. 1500 ), poet ;

HYWEL ap GRUFFYDD orSYR HYWEL Y FWYALL (of the Battleaxe) (d. c. 1381 ),

HYWEL ap GRUFFYDD ap IORWERTH , orSYR HYWEL Y PEDOLAU (of the Horseshoes) ( fl. c. 1300-1340 ).

HYWEL ap IEUAF (d.985), king of Gwynedd ;

HYWEL ap LLYWELYN ap MAREDUDD ( fl. c. 1500? ), poet ;

HYWEL ap RHEINALLT, or HYWEL RHEINALLT ( fl. c. 1471-1494 ), a poet

HYWEL ap RHODRI MOLWYNOG (d.825), king of Gwynedd ;

HYWEL ap ‘Syr’ MATHEW (d.1581),poet, genealogist, and soldier ;

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

HYWEL CILAN ( fl. c. the end of the 15th cent. ), a poet

HYWEL DDA (Hywel the Good ) (d.950), king and legislator .

HYWEL FOEL ap GRIFFRI ap PWYLL GWYDDEL ( fl. c. 1240-1300 ), a poet ,

HYWEL GETHIN (‘Hywel Gethin of Celynnog ’ according to the manuscripts) ( fl. c. 1485 ), poet ;

HYWEL HEILIN or HEILIN FARDD ; ( fl .15th c.), poet ;

HYWEL HIR ( fl. 1600-1640),poet, probably in holy orders .

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

HYWEL YSTORM (or YSTORYN) , a clerwr or composer of lampoons in thefirst half of the 14th cent.