Dictionary of Welsh Biography


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JACKSON,Sir CHARLES JAMES (1849 -1923), businessman and collector .

JACOB, HENRY THOMAS (1864 -1957),minister (Congl.), lecturer, writer and poet ;

JACOB, SARAH (1857 -1869), the fasting girl .

JACOB, WILLIAM (1777 -1845), musician ;

JAMES, ANGHARAD ( fl. 1680?-1730?), poet ,

JAMES, CARWYN REES (1929 -1983),teacher, rugby player and coach .

JAMES, CHARLES (1820 -1890?), musician ;

JAMES, CHARLES HERBERT (1817 -1890), M.P. ;

JAMES, DANIEL (Gwyrosydd :1847 -1920), poet ;

JAMES, DAVID (1787 -1862), musician ;

JAMES, DAVID (Dewi o Ddyfed ;1803 -1871), cleric and author ;

JAMES, DAVID (1863 -1929), and EVAN (d. c. 1920 ), Rugby football players ;

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,Sir DAVID JOHN (1887 -1967), businessman and philanthropist ;

JAMES, EDWARD (1569? -1610?), cleric and translator ;

JAMES, EDWARD (1839 -1904), Congregational minister ;

JAMES, EVAN (Ieuan ap Iago ;1809 -1878), author of the words of ‘Hen Wlad fy Nhadau’ , and his son JAMES, JAMES ( Iago ap Ieuan ;1833 -1902), who is said to have composed the air .

JAMES, FRANK TREHARNE (1861 -1942),solicitor, art connoisseur ;

JAMES, HERBERT ARMITAGE (1844 -1931), cleric and headmaster ;

JAMES, ISAAC (1766 -1840), Calvinistic Methodist preacher ;

JAMES, IVOR (1840? -1909), first registrar of the University of Wales ;

JAMES, JAMES (1760 -1831), Calvinistic Methodist and afterwards Independent minister ;

JAMES, JAMES (Iago Emlyn ;1800 -1879), Congregational minister and poet .

JAMES, JAMES (‘Iago ap Iago ’;1818 -1843), poet ;

JAMES, JAMES (SPINTHER) (1837 -1914), Baptist historian ;

JAMES, JENKIN (1875 -1949),first secretary of the University of Wales Council, and author ;

JAMES, JOHN .

JAMES, JOHN (Ioan ap Iago), poet and hymnwriter , who lived in thesecond half of the 18th cent. and the early part of the 19th ;

JAMES, JOHN (d.1705), Congregational minister .

JAMES, JOHN (1777 -1848),Baptist minister, hymn writer, bookbinder, and printer ;

JAMES, JOHN (1779 -1864),the first Unitarian minister in Cardiganshire, and schoolmaster ;

JAMES, JOHN (Ioan Meirion ;1815 -1851), writer ;

JAMES, JOHN (1815 -1869), poet and hymnwriter ;

JAMES, JOHN LLOYD (Clwydwenfro ;1835 -1919), Congregational minister and historian ;

JAMES, JOSHUA (1665 -1728), one of the earliest ministers of the Baptists atLlanwenarth, Mon.,

JAMES(from 1910, HOPKIN-JAMES ), LEMUEL JOHN HOPKIN (Hopcyn ;1874 -1937), cleric and antiquary ;

JAMES, MARIA (1793 -1868), poet ;

JAMES, OWEN WALDO (1845 -1910), Baptist minister ;

JAMES, PHILIP (1664 -1748), early Baptist minister ;

JAMES, ROBERT (Jeduthyn ;1825 -1879), musician ;

JAMES, THOMAS (d.1751), early Methodist exhorter ,

JAMES, THOMAS (Llallawg ;1817 -1879),clergyman, antiquary, and eisteddfodwr ;

JAMES, THOMAS (1827 -1899), Calvinistic Methodist minister ;

JAMES, THOMAS (1834 -1915),Calvinistic Methodist minister, and schoolmaster ;

JAMES, THOMAS DAVIES (‘Iago Erfyl ’;1862 -1927),clergyman, and popular preacher and lecturer ;

JAMES, THOMAS EVAN (Thomas ap Ieuan ;1824 -1870),Baptist minister, and author ;

JAMES, WILLIAM (1761 -1845), minister (Congl.) ;

JAMES, WILLIAM (1769 -1847 ) ,

JAMES, WILLIAM (1833 -1905), Calvinistic Methodist minister ;

JAMES, WILLIAM (1836 -1908), Calvinistic Methodist minister ;

JAMES, WILLIAM (1848 -1907),Unitarian minister, schoolmaster, and public worker .

JAMES,Sir WILLIAM MILBOURNE (1807 -1881), Lord Justice ;

JANNER, BARNETT BARON JANNER (1892 -1982), politician .

JARDINE, DAVID (1732 -1766), Independent minister and head of an academy ;

JARDINE, JAMES (d.1737), Independent minister ;

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

JARVICE ( JERVIS ), WILLIAM (d.1743), Independent minister .

JAYNE, FRANCIS JOHN (1845 -1921), bishop ;

JEFFREYS, GEORGE, 1st baron Jeffreys of Wem (1645 -1689), judge ,

JEFFREYS, JOHN (1718? -1798), musician ;

JEFFREYS, JOHN GWYN (1809 -1885), conchologist ;

JEFFREYS-JONES, THOMAS IEUAN (1909 -1967),scholar, lecturer, and warden of Coleg Harlech ;

JEFFREYS, THOMAS TWYNOG (1844 -1911), poet ;

JEHU, DAVID (1812 -1840), missionary in Sierra Leone under the Wesleyan Missionary Society ;

JEHU, THOMAS JOHN (1871 -1943), geologist ;

JENKIN, JOHN (Ioan Siengcin ;1716 -1796), poet and schoolmaster ;

JENKINS, ALBERT EDWARD (1895 -1953), rugby player ;

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

JENKINS, DAVID (1582 -1663), judge ;

JENKINS, DAVID (1848 -1915), musician ;

JENKINS, DAVID (1912 -2002), librarian and scholar .

JENKINS, DAVID CYRIL (1885 -1978), musician .

JENKINS, DAVID ERWYD (1864 -1937), Calvinistic Methodist minister and historian ;

JENKINS, DAVID LLOYD (1896 -1966),writer, poet and schoolmaster ;

JENKINS, EVAN (1781 -1863), hymnist .

JENKINS, EVAN (1799 -1877), cleric ;

JENKINS, EVAN (1895 -1959), poet ;

JENKINS, HENRY HORATIO ( RAE ) (1903 -1985), violinist and conductor .

JENKINS, HERBERT (1721 -1772),early Methodist exhorter, afterwards Independent minister ;

JENKINS, ISAAC (1812 -1877), Wesleyan minister ;

JENKINS, JABEZ EDMUND (Creidiol ;1840 -1903), cleric and poet ;

JENKINS, JENKIN ( DWB , 433-4).

JENKINS, JOHN (1656? -1733), Baptist minister .

JENKINS, JOHN (Ifor Ceri ;1770 -1829), cleric and antiquary ;

JENKINS, JOHN (1779 -1853),Baptist minister, theologian, editor, and publisher ;

JENKINS, JOHN (1808 -1884), barrister and publicist ,

JENKINS, JOHN (1821 -1896), editor and translator ;

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

JENKINS, JOHN DAVID (1828 -1876),cleric, philanthropist ;

JENKINS, JOSEPH (1743 -1819), Baptist minister ;

JENKINS, JOSEPH ( 1859 -1929), Calvinistic Methodist minister ;

JENKINS, JOSEPH (1886 -1962), minister (Meth.) and author ;

JENKINS, KATHRYN (1961 -2009), scholar and hymnologist .

JENKINS,Sir LEOLINE (1625 -1685),civil lawyer, diplomat, benefactor of Jesus College, Oxford .

JENKINS, LLEWELYN (1810 -1878), printer and publisher ;

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

JENKINS, ROY HARRIS (1920 -2003), politician and author .

JENKINS, THOMAS JOHN PRICE (1864 -1922),physician; Wales and London-Welsh Rugby centre three-quarter, and founder of the London-Welsh Football Club ;

JENKINS, WALTER (d.1661), early Welsh Quaker ;

JENKINS,Sir WILLIAM ALBERT (1878 -1968), shipbroker and politician ;

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

JENKYN, THOMAS WILLIAM (1794 -1858), Independent minister and professor of theology ;

JEREMY, JOHN (DAVID) (1782 -1860), preacher and schoolmaster ;

JEREMY, WALTER DAVID (1825 -1893), barrister-at-law ;

JERMAN, HUGH (1836 -1895), artist and musician ;

JOAN (d.1237), princess ;

JOB, JOHN THOMAS (1867 -1938),Calvinistic Methodist minister, hymn writer, and poet ,

JOHANNES WALLENSIS ( GALLENSIS , WALEYS , etc.), or ‘ John of Wales,’ fl. c. 1260-1283 ; d. perhaps c. 1285 ; a celebrated Franciscan friar and writer ,

JOHN ap JOHN ( DWB , 439-40).

JOHN, AUGUSTUS EDWIN (1878 -1961), artist ;

JOHN, BRYNMOR THOMAS (1934 -1988), Labour politician .

JOHN, DAVID (1782? -1853),Unitarian minister, a Chartist, and, by trade, a smith ,

JOHN, EDWARD THOMAS (1857 -1931), industrialist and politician ;

JOHNES, ARTHUR JAMES ( DWB , 441).

JOHNES, JOHN (1800 -1876), barrister-at-law and county court judge ,

JOHNES, THOMAS (1748 -1816), landowner and man of letters ;

JOHN, EWART STANLEY (1924 -2007),theologian, Welsh Congregationalist minister, college professor and principal .

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

JOHN, GRIFFITH (1831 -1912), missionary in China ;

JOHN, GWENDOLEN MARY (1876 -1939), artist .

JOHN, HENRY, or HARRI SION (1664 -1754), hymnist ;

JOHN, ISAAC ( fl. 1729-1730), of South Cardiganshire ; writer of halsingod

JOHN, JAMES MANSEL (1910 -1975), Baptist minster and college professor .

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

JOHNS, DAVID (1796 -1843), for seventeen years one of the London Missionary Society 's missionaries in Madagascar ;

JOHNSON, AUBREY RODWAY (1901 -1985), university professor and Hebrew scholar .

JOHNS, WILLIAM (1771 -1845),Unitarian minister, tutor, and writer ;

JOHNS, WILLIAM NICHOLAS (1834 -1898),printer, antiquarian, newspaper proprietor, and editor ;

JOHN, THOMAS (1816 -1862), Calvinistic Methodist minister ;

JOHN, WALTER PHILLIPS (1910 -1967), minister (B) .

JOHN,Sir WILLIAM GOSCOMBE (1860 -1952), sculptor and medallist ;

JONES family, ofLlwyn-rhys, Cards.

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

JONES,Sir THOMAS (d.1731), firsttreasurer and secretary of the ‘Society of Antient Britons’ in London, and author

JONES (JOHNES), RICHARD , printer and bookseller in London from 1564 to c. 1602 .

JONES, (WILLIAM JOHN) PARRY (1891 -1963), singer ;

JONES, ABEL (Bardd Crwst ;1830 -1901), ballad writer and strolling ballad singer ;

JONES, ALAN TREVOR (1901 -1979),health service administrator and Provost, Welsh National School of Medicine .

JONES, ALFRED ERNEST (1879 -1958), psychoanalyst and Sigmund Freud's official biographer ;

JONES,Sir ALFRED LEWIS ( DWB , 445).

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

JONES, ANEURIN (Aneurin Fardd ;1822 -1904), man of letters ;

JONES, ARTHUR ( fl. 18th cent.),poet, of Llangadwaladr, Denbs., and sexton of Ruabon (where he died) .

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

JONES, AUBREY (1911 -2003), Conservative politician .

JONES, AUDREY EVELYN (1929 -2014), teacher and campaigner for women's rights .

JONES, BASSETT ( fl. 1634-1659), scholar and physician ;

JONES, BENJAMIN (1756 -1823), Independent minister ;

JONES, BENJAMIN (‘P[rif] A[rwyddfardd] Môn ’;1788 -1841),poet, writer, and Baptist apologete ;

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

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

JONES, CADWALADR (1783 -1867), Independent minister and first editor of Y Dysgedydd ;

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, CAIN ( fl. 1738?-1795), almanac-maker ;

JONES, CALVERT RICHARD (1802 -1877),pioneer photographer, artist and priest ;

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

JONES, DAFYDD (1711 -1777), hymn-writer ;

JONES, DAFYDD (Dafydd Siôn Siâms ;1743 -1831),musician, poet, and book-binder ;

JONES, DAFYDD RHYS (1877 -1946), schoolmaster and musician .

JONES, DANIEL (1725? -1806), poet ;

JONES, DANIEL (1757 -1821), Methodist cleric ;

JONES, DANIEL (1771 -1810), who described himself as ‘ General Unitarian Free-communion Baptist minister ,’;

JONES, DANIEL (1788 -1862), Baptist minister ;

JONES, DANIEL (1811 -1861), Mormon missionary ;

JONES, DANIEL (1813 -1846), Calvinistic Methodist missionary in the Khasi Hills, India ;

JONES, DANIEL (1908 -1985), Labour politician .

JONES, DANIEL ANGELL (1861 -1936), botanist and authority on ferns and mosses ;

JONES, DANIEL EVAN (1860 -1941), author ;

JONES, DANIEL JENKYN (1912 -1993), composer .

JONES, DANIEL OWEN (1880 -1951), minister (Congl.) and missionary in Madagascar ;

JONES, DAVID ( c. 1630 -1704?), early Cardiganshire Puritan .

JONES, DAVID ( DWB , 450-1).

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

JONES, DAVID (1789? -1841), Baptist historian ;

JONES, DAVID (1663 -1724?), cleric ;

JONES, DAVID (1732 -1782?), ‘Dafydd Brydydd Hir,’ ‘Dafydd Siôn Pirs,’poet, tailor, and schoolmaster ;

JONES, DAVID (1741 -1792), Baptist minister ;

JONES, DAVID (‘Welsh Freeholder ’;1765 -1816), barrister and author ;

JONES, DAVID (1770 -1831),Congregational minister, hymnist, and musician ;

JONES, DAVID (1772 -1854), General Baptist minister ;

JONES, DAVID (1788 -1859), Independent minister ;

JONES, DAVID (1793 -1825),minister in the countess of Huntingdon's connexion, an able linguist, and one of the joint authors (with Thomas Keyworth) of Principia Hebraica , 1817 ;

JONES, DAVID (1797 -1841), a missionary

JONES, DAVID (1803 -1868), ballad-writer and strolling ballad-singer ;

JONES, DAVID (1805 -1868), Calvinistic Methodist minister ;

JONES, DAVID (1808 -1854), Baptist minister and editor ;

JONES, DAVID (1834 -1890), Wallington, Surrey, local historian and genealogist .

JONES, DAVID (‘Dewi Wyllt ’;1836 -1878?), musician ;

JONES, DAVID BEVAN (‘Dewi Elfed’,1807 -1863),minister (B, and Church of Christ and Latter Day Saints — Mormons) ;

JONES (later BRYNMOR-JONES ),Sir DAVID BRYNMOR (1852 -1921), lawyer and historian ;

JONES, DAVID GEORGE (1780 -1879), blacksmith , ofTir-Waun, Llanarthne, Carms.

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 JOHN TAWE (1885 -1949), musician ;

JONES, DAVID LEWIS (1788 -1830), Arian minister and academy tutor ;

JONES, DAVID LEWIS (1945 -2010), Librarian of the House of Lords .

JONES, DAVID LLOYD (1843 -1905), Calvinistic Methodist minister ;

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

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

JONES, DAVID RICHARD (1832 -1916), Welsh-American poet ;

JONES, DAVID STANLEY (1860 -1919), Congregationalist minister .

JONES, DAVID WATKIN (Dafydd Morganwg,1832 -1905),poet, historian, and geologist ;

JONES-DAVIES, HENRY (1870 -1955), farmer and pioneer of agricultural co-operation ;

JONES-DAVIES, THOMAS ELLIS (1906 -1960), doctor and international rugby player ;

JONES, DILLWYN OWEN PATON ( DILL ) (1923 -1984), jazz pianist .

JONES, DORA HERBERT (1890 -1974), singer and administrator .

JONES, EDGAR (1912 -1991),minister, pastor, scholar .

JONES, EDGAR WILLIAM (1868 -1953), educationalist and broadcaster ;

JONES, EDMUND (1702 -1793 );Independent minister, and author ;

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

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

JONES, EDWARD ( fl. 1781-1840),member (from 1781, not 1771 as D.N.B. says) of the London Gwyneddigion , and known to his fellows as ‘Ned Môn ’ —

JONES, EDWARD (d.1586), conspirator ,

JONES, EDWARD (1741? — after1806), Calvinistic Methodist exhorter in London,

JONES, EDWARD (Iorwerth Ceitho ;1838? -1930), carpenter and eisteddfodwr ;

JONES, EDWARD (1641 -1703), bishop of S. Asaph ;

JONES, EDWARD (1749 -1779), musician ;

JONES, EDWARD (Bardd y Brenin ;1752 -1824),harpist, arranger and publisher of harp music, collector and publisher of old penillion , national melodies, and translations into English; historian of Welsh literature and of Welsh musical instruments; collector of manuscripts and antiquary ;

JONES, EDWARD (1761 -1836),poet, farmer, and schoolmaster ;

JONES, EDWARD (1768 -1813), harpist ;

JONES, EDWARD (‘ the second ’ ;1775 -1838), Wesleyan minister ;

JONES, EDWARD (1778 -1837), Wesleyan Methodist minister ,

JONES, EDWARD (1782 -1855), Wesleyan minister , known as ‘ Edward Jones the 3rd ’;

JONES, EDWARD (1790 -1860), minister (Presb.) ;

JONES, EDWARD (‘Iorwerth Goes Hir ’1824 -1880),poet, musician, and politician ;

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

JONES, EDWARD (1834 -1900), medical practitioner and local government leader .

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

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

JONES, ELEN ROGER (1908 -1999), actress and teacher .

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

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

JONES, ELIZABETH MARY (‘Moelona ’;1877 -1953), teacher and novelist ;

JONES, EMRYS (1920 -2006), geographer .

JONES, ENID WYN (1909 -1967 )a prominent worker in religious, social and medical fields in Wales and England ;

JONES, ERASMUS (1817 -1909), novelist ;

JONES, EVAN (1777 -1819), Baptist minister ;

JONES, EVAN (1790 -1860), the last of the Usk japanners ,

JONES, EVAN (Gwrwst ab Bleddyn Flaidd, or more oftenGwrwst,1793 -1855), Baptist minister and littérateur ;

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

JONES, EVAN (1836 -1915),Calvinistic Methodist minister, and publicist ;

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

JONES, EVAN (Ieuan Buallt ;1850 -1928),farmer, and local antiquary ;

JONES, EVAN (PAN) (1834 -1922), Independent minister ;

JONES, EVAN (TALFRYN) (1857 -1935), Baptist minister ;

JONES, EVAN DAVID (1903 -1987), librarian and archivist .

JONES,Sir EVAN DAVIES (1859 -1949),1st baronet, of Pentower, Fishguard, civil engineer, Lord Lieutenant of Pembrokeshire ;

JONES, EVAN KENFFIG (1863 -1950),minister (B), social and educational reformer ;

JONES, FRANCES MN (1919 -2000), harpist and teacher .

JONES, FRANCIS WYNN (1898 -1970), statistician and writer ;

JONES, GARETH RICHARD VAUGHAN (1905 -1935), linguist and journalist ;

JONES, GEORGE DANIEL (1877 -1955), master printer ;

JONES, GLADYS MAY, MAI (1899 -1960),pianist, composer and producer of light programmes on radio .

JONES, GLANVILLE REES JEFFREYS (1923 -1996), historical geographer .

JONES, GRIFFITH (1683 -1761), cleric and educational reformer ;

JONES, GRIFFITH (1808 -1886), Calvinistic Methodist minister ;

JONES, GRIFFITH (Glan Menai ;1836 -1906), schoolmaster and author ;

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

JONES, GRIFFITH HARTWELL (1859 -1944), cleric and historian ;

JONES, GRIFFITH HUGH (Gutyn Arfon ;1849 -1919), musician ;

JONES, GRIFFITH RHYS (Caradog ;1834 -1897),conductor of a once well-known South Wales choir, ‘Côr Caradog’ .

JONES, GWENAN (1889 -1971), educationalist and author .

JONES, GWILYM CERI (1897 -1963), minister (Presb.) and poet ;

JONES, GWILYM CLEATON (1875 -1961), bank manager in Cape Town and Johannesburg ;

JONES, GWILYM EIRWYN (EIRWYN PONTSHN ) (1922 -1994),carpenter, entertainer, nationalist .

JONES, GWILYM GWALCHMAI (1921 -1970), musician ;

JONES, GWILYM RICHARD (‘Gwilym Aman ’;1874 -1953),musician, conductor of choirs and singing festivals, hymnist ;

JONES, HARRY LONGUEVILLE (1806 -1870),cleric, antiquary, and inspector of schools .

JONES, HENRY (d.1592), civil lawyer ,

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

JONES,Sir HENRY STUART (1867 -1939), classical scholar and lexicographer ;

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

JONES, HUGH (‘Gwyndaf Ieuanc ’; fl. 1812), poet ,

JONES, HUGH (‘ Hugh Jones Maesglasau ’ ;1749 -1825), translator and hymnist ;

JONES, HUGH (Erfyl ;1789 -1858 ) ,

JONES, HUGH (Cromwell o Went ;1800 -1872), Congregational minister ;

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

JONES, HUGH (1831 -1883), Baptist minister and college principal ;

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

JONES, HUGH (Huw Myfyr ;1845 -1891),Calvinistic Methodist minister, and poet ;

JONES, HUGH ROBERT (1894 -1930), founder of the Welsh Nationalist party ;

JONES, HUGH WILLIAM (1802 -1873), Baptist minister and editor ;

JONES, HUMPHREY (‘Bryfdir ’;1867 -1947), poet and ‘compère’ of eisteddfodau ;

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

JONES, HUMPHREY ROWLAND (1832 -1895 ; DWB , 469).

JONES, HUW (1700? -1782 ) ‘ofLlangwm,’ Denbs.,poet, publisher, and one of the principal Welsh balladists of the 18th cent.

JONES, IDWAL (1899 -1966), educationist and university professor ;

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

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

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

JONES, ISHMAEL (1794 -1876), Independent minister ;

JONES, JACK (1884 -1970), author and playwright ;

JONES, JAMES (Iago Mochnant ; fl. 19th cent.),

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

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

JONES, JAMES RHYS (KILSBY) , (1813 -1889), Congregational minister ;

JONES, JENKIN (d.1689), Kilgerran,captain in the Parliamentary army, Puritan preacher, Independent .

JONES, JENKIN (1700? -1742), Arminian minister ;

JONES, JENKIN (1623 -?), captain in the Parliamentary army and Puritan preacher .

JONES, JOHN ( fl. 1811-1858 ; ‘Shoni Sguborfawr’), Rebecca rioter .

JONES, JOHN (b. c. 1578-1583 , d.1658?), of Gelli Lyfdy ( Loveday),Ysgeifiog, Flints., notable calligrapher and transcriber of manuscripts .

JONES, JOHN (second half of the 18th cent.),schoolmaster at Llanddeiniolen, Caerns., and poet .

JONES, JOHN , Maes-y-garnedd, Merioneth, and his family ‘the regicide’ .

JONES, JOHN (1725? -1796), musician ;

JONES, JOHN (1766? -1827), classical scholar and Unitarian divine ;

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

JONES, JOHN (‘Leander ’) (1575 -1636), Benedictine monk and scholar ;

JONES, JOHN (1645 -1709), cleric ;

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

JONES, JOHN (1700 -1770), cleric and controversialist ;

JONES, JOHN (1731 -1813), early Welsh Moravian ;

JONES, JOHN (1761 -1822), Calvinistic Methodist minister ;

JONES, JOHN (‘Jac Glan-y-gors ’:1766 -1821), satirical poet ;

JONES, JOHN (1772 -1837),barrister, translator, and historian ;

JONES, JOHN (1773 -1853), cleric ;

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

JONES, JOHN (1776 -1857), Calvinistic Methodist minister ;

JONES, JOHN (1777 -1842), ‘of Ystrad’, politician ;

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

JONES, JOHN (1788 -1858), known to his English neighbours as ‘Poet Jones ’ ;

JONES, JOHN (1790 -1855), printer and publisher —

JONES, JOHN (Tegid — less usuallyIoan Tegid ;1792 -1852), cleric and man of letters ;

JONES, JOHN (1796 -1857),Calvinistic Methodist minister, a celebrated and unusually forceful preacher ;

JONES, JOHN (Myllin ;1800 -1826), poet .

JONES, JOHN (1801 -1856),Independent minister, and controversialist ;

JONES, JOHN (1802 -1863), Unitarian minister and schoolmaster ;

JONES, JOHN (Idrisyn,1804 -1887), cleric and author ,

JONES, JOHN (1807 -1875), printer ;

JONES, JOHN (1807 -1875), Calvinistic Methodist minister ;

JONES, JOHN (Talhaiarn ;1810 -1869), architect and poet ;

JONES, JOHN (Humilis ;1818 -1869),Wesleyan minister, editor, translator, and essayist ;

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

JONES, JOHN (Ivon ;1820 -1898), man of letters ;

JONES, JOHN (1820 -1907), minister (B) and historian ;

JONES, JOHN (Mathetes,1821 -1878), Baptist minister and littérateur ;

JONES, JOHN (Idris Fychan ;1825 -1887), shoemaker and harpist ;

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

JONES, JOHN (Eos Bradwen ;1831 -1899),musician, etc. ;

JONES, JOHN (Myrddin Fardd ;1836 -1921),writer, antiquary, and collector of old letters and manuscripts .

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

JONES, JOHN (Mephiboseth,1850 -1926),Baptist minister, poet, and author ;

JONES, JOHN (Ioan Brothen ;1868 -1940), poet ;

JONES, JOHN (CYNDDYLAN) (1840 -1930), preacher and theologian ;

JONES, JOHN (EMLYN) (Ioan Emlyn ;1818 -1873),Baptist minister, poet, and man of letters .

JONES, JOHN BOWEN (1829 -1905), Congregational minister and writer ;

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

JONES, JOHN DANIEL (1865 -1942), Congregational minister ;

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

JONES, JOHN EDWARD (1801 -1866),Unitarian minister, schoolmaster, and first editor of Yr Ymofynydd ;

JONES, JOHN EDWARD (Iorwerth Twrog ;1886 -1934),schoolmaster, poet, and penillion -singer .

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

JONES, JOHN EDWARD ,IOAN MAESGRUG (1914 -1998 ) .

JONES, JOHN EIDDON ( DWB , 485).

JONES, JOHN EMRYS (1914 -1991), secretary and organiser of Labour Party Wales .

JONES, JOHN EVANS (1839 -1893), journalist ;

JONES, JOHN FOULKES (1826 -1880), Calvinistic Methodist minister ;

JONES, JOHN HARRIS (1827 -1885), Calvinistic Methodist minister and classical tutor at Trevecka College ;

JONES, JOHN HERBERT (‘Je Aitsh ’;1860 -1943), journalist and author ;

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

JONES, JOHN ISLAN (1874 -1968), minister (U) and author ;

JONES, JOHN ITHEL (1911 -1980), minister (Bap.) and college principal .

JONES, JOHN JAMES (1892 -1957),teacher, librarian, scholar and linguist ;

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

JONES, JOHN MORGAN (1838 -1921), Calvinistic Methodist minster ;

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

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

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

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

JONES, JOHN OWEN (Ap Ffarmwr ;1861 -1899), journalist ,

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

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

JONES, JOHN RICE (1759 -1824), pioneer of the American mid-west ,

JONES, JOHN RICHARD (1765 -1822), Sandemanian Baptist minister ;

JONES, JOHN ROBERT (Alltud Glyn Maelor ;1800 -1881), poet and hymn-writer ;

JONES, JOHN ROBERT (1911 -1970), philosopher and patriot ;

JONES, JOHN SHARE ( 1873 -1950), veterinary surgeon ;

JONES, JOHN THOMAS (1889 -1952), missionary ;

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

JONES, JOHN VIRIAMU (1856 -1901),first principal of the University College, Cardiff ;

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

JONES, JOHN WILLIAM (Andronicus ;1842 -1895), author ;

JONES, JOHN WILLIAM (1868 -1945), builder .

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

JONES, JONATHAN (1745 -1832), Independent minister ;

JONES, JOSEPH (1787? -1856),mine steward, and eisteddfodwr ;

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

JONES, JOSEPH (1877 -1950),principal of the Memorial College, Brecon ;

JONES, JOSEPH DAVID (1827 -1870), schoolmaster and musician ;

JONES, JOSIAH (1830 -1915), Independent minister ;

JONES, JOSIAH THOMAS (1799 -1873), publisher and Independent minister ;

JONES, JOSIAH TOWYN (1858 -1925),Congregational minister, and Member of Parliament ;

JONES, LEIFCHILD STRATTEN LEIF (1862 -1939), Liberal politician and temperance advocate .

JONES, LEWIS ( fl. 1703), of Pandy,Llan-uwchllyn, Mer., poet ;

JONES, LEWIS (1702? -1772), Independent minister ;

JONES, LEWIS (1793 -1866), cleric ;

JONES, LEWIS (1808 -1854), Calvinistic Methodist minister and author ;

JONES, LEWIS (Rhuddenfab ;1835 -1915),printer, poet, and journalist ;

JONES, LEWIS (1836 -1904),pioneer in Patagonia, and writer ;

JONES,Sir LEWIS (1884 -1968), industrialist and politician ;

JONES, LEWIS (1897 -1939), communist agitator and author ;

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

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

JONES, MARGARET (‘Y Gymraes o Ganaan ’; ?-1902 ) ;

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

JONES, MEIRION (1907 -1970), educationist ;

JONES, MICHAEL (d.1649), soldier ,

JONES, MICHAEL (1787 -1853), Independent minister and first principal of the Bala Independent College ;

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

JONES, MORDECAI (1813 -1880),promoter of British Schools, colliery proprietor, etc. ;

JONES, MORGAN (mid 17th cent.), Baptist preacher in South Wales ;

JONES, MORGAN (1717? -1780), Congregational minister ,

JONES, MORGAN (1768 -1835), Independent minister ;

JONES, MORGAN GLYNDWR ( GLYN ) (1905 -1995),poet, novelist and short story writer .

JONES, MORGAN HUGH (1873 -1930), Calvinistic Methodist historian ;

JONES, MORRIS CHARLES (1819 -1893),antiquary, and founder of the Powysland Club, Welshpool ;

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

JONES, NANSI RICHARDS (Telynores Maldwyn ) (1888 -1979), harpist .

JONES, NATHANIEL (CYNHAFAL) , (1832 -1905),Calvinistic Methodist minister, and poet ;

JONES, OWEN (1809? -1874), architect and ornamental designer ;

JONES, OWEN (Owain Myfyr ;1741 -1814), a skinner in London and one of the most prominent figures in the literary life of Wales at the end of the 18th cent, and the beginning of the next .

JONES, OWEN (1787 -1828), pioneer in Sunday school work ;

JONES, OWEN (Meudwy Môn ;1806 -1889),Calvinistic Methodist minister, and man of letters ;

JONES, OWEN (1825 -1900), cleric and musician ;

JONES, OWEN (1833 -1899), Calvinistic Methodist minister and man of letters ;

JONES, OWEN (Manoethwy ;1838 -1866), school teacher and writer ;

JONES, OWEN GETHIN (Gethin ;1816 -1883), local historian .

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

JONES, OWEN THOMAS (1878 -1967), Woodwardian Professor of Geology in the University of Cambridge ;

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

JONES, PERCY (1891 -1922), boxer ;

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

JONES, PETER (Pedr Fardd ;1775 -1845), poet and hymnist ;

JONES, PHILIP (1618 -1674), colonel in the Parliamentary army and member of Cromwell's Second (or ‘Other’) House .

JONES, PHILIP (1855 -1945), minister (CM) ;

JONES, REES (Amnon ;1797 -1844 ) .

JONES, REES CRIBIN (1841 -1927), Unitarian minister and teacher ;

JONES, REES JENKIN (1835 -1924),Unitarian minister, schoolmaster, historian, and hymn-writer ;

JONES, RHYS (or RICE ) (1713 -1801), antiquary and poet ;

JONES, RHYS GWESYN (1826 -1901),Congregational minister in Wales and the U.S.A., and author ;

JONES, RICHARD (1603? -1673), schoolmaster and translator of religious works ;

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

JONES, RICHARD (1771? -1833), Calvinistic Methodist minister and writer ;

JONES, RICHARD (1603 -1655/6?), cleric and author ;

JONES, RICHARD (1780 -1853), itinerant Independent preacher ;

JONES, RICHARD (Gwyndaf Eryri ;1785 -1848),poet, farmer, and stone-mason ;

JONES, RICHARD (1787 -1855?), printer and publisher ,

JONES, RICHARD (‘Glan Alaw ’;1838 -1925), minister (Presb.) ;

JONES, RICHARD (1848 -1915), itinerant bookseller ;

JONES, RICHARD (‘Dofwy ’;1863 -1956), folk poet ;

JONES, RICHARD IDWAL MERVYN (1895 -1937), much better known as Idwal Jones ,schoolmaster, poet, and dramatist ;

JONES, RICHARD LEWIS (' DIC ') (1934 -2009), poet and farmer .

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

JONES, ROBERT (1706? -1742), country gentleman ;

JONES, ROBERT (1560 -1615),priest, of the Society of Jesus ,

JONES, ROBERT (1745 -1829), Calvinistic Methodist exhorter and author ;

JONES, ROBERT (1769 -1835), cleric ,

JONES, ROBERT (1806 -1896), Baptist minister and author ;

JONES, ROBERT (1810 -1879), cleric and author ;

JONES,Sir ROBERT, Bart. (1857 -1933), orthopaedic surgeon ,

JONES, ROBERT (Trebor Aled ;1866 -1917 ); poet and Baptist minister ;

JONES, ROBERT (1891 -1962), aerodynamicist ;

JONES, ROBERT (WILFRID) (1862 -1929), musician ;

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

JONES, ROBERT AMBROSE (‘Emrys ap Iwan ’; DWB , 509-10).

JONES, ROBERT EVAN (1869 -1956), collector of books and manuscripts ;

JONES, ROBERT ISAAC (Alltud Eifion ;1813 -1905),pharmacist, littérateur, and printer .

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

JONES, ROBERT THOMAS (1874 -1940), Labour leader ,

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

JONES, ROBERT WILLIAM (‘Erfyl Fychan ’;1899 -1968 )historian, litterateur and eisteddfodwr ;

JONES, ROWLAND (1722 -1774), philologist ;

JONES, SAMUEL ( fl. 1715-1764), Congregational minister and tutor .;

JONES, SAMUEL (1681? -1719 ; DWB , 512).

JONES, SAMUEL (1628 -1697), Nonconformist minister and schoolmaster ;

JONES, SAMUEL (1898 -1974),journalist, broadcaster and Head of the BBC in Bangor .

JONES, SAMUEL MAURICE (1853 -1932), artist ;

JONES, THEOPHILUS (1759 -1812), the historian of Brecknock ;

JONES, THOMAS (‘Twm Shon Catti ’; DWB , 513).

JONES (or JOHNS ), ‘Syr ’ THOMAS (d.1622?), cleric and poet .

JONES, THOMAS (d.1676), cleric .

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

JONES, THOMAS (1648? -1713), of London and Shrewsbury,almanack maker, bookseller, printer, and publisher .

JONES, THOMAS (1720? -1790), cleric and author .

JONES,Sir THOMAS (1614 -1692), chief justice ,

JONES, THOMAS (1742 -1803 ; DWB , 515-6).

JONES, THOMAS (1752 -1845 ; DWB , 516).

JONES, THOMAS (1756 -1807), mathematician ;

JONES, THOMAS (1756 -1820), Calvinistic Methodist minister and author ;

JONES, THOMAS (1761 -1831), Calvinistic Methodist minister and Biblical commentator .

JONES, THOMAS (Y Bardd Cloff ;1768 -1828), poet ,

JONES, THOMAS (1769 -1850), Baptist minister ;

JONES, THOMAS (1777 -1847),translator, schoolmaster and minister (CM) ;

JONES, THOMAS (1810 -1849), the first Calvinistic Methodist missionary on the Khasia Hills ( Assam );

JONES, THOMAS (Glan Alun ;1811 -1866), Calvinistic Methodist minister and man of letters ;

JONES, THOMAS (1818 -1898), parish clerk

JONES, THOMAS (1819 -1882), Independent minister .

JONES, THOMAS (Taliesin o Eifion ;1820 -1876), poet ;

JONES, THOMAS (‘Gogrynwr ’;1822 -1854), doctor and musician ;

JONES, THOMAS (Canrhawdfardd ;1823 -1904),preacher, printer, and musician ;

JONES, THOMAS (Cynhaiarn ;1839 -1916), lawyer and writer of verse ;

JONES, THOMAS (1848 -1900), surgeon ;

JONES, THOMAS (1860 -1932), farmer and poet ;

JONES, THOMAS (1870 -1955),university professor, civil servant, administrator, author ;

JONES, THOMAS (1871 -1938), schoolmaster and antiquary ;

JONES, THOMAS (1910 -1972), Welsh scholar .

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

JONES, THOMAS GRIFFITHS (Cyffin ;1834 -1884), antiquary ,

JONES, THOMAS GRUFFYDD (Tafalaw Bencerdd ;1832 -1898), musician ,

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

JONES, THOMAS HENRY ( HARRI ;1921 -1965), lecturer and poet ;

JONES, THOMAS HUGHES (1895 -1966),poet, writer and teacher ;

JONES, THOMAS IVOR (1896 -1969), solicitor ;

JONES, THOMAS JERMAN (1833 -1890), missionary for twenty years with the Welsh Calvinistic Methodists on the Khasi Hills, Assam, India ;

JONES, THOMAS JESSE (1873 -1950), a Welsh-American who took a special interest in the education of Afro-Americans and the peoples of Africa ;

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

JONES, THOMAS LLEWELYN (1915 -2009), poet and prolific writer .

JONES, THOMAS LLOYD (‘Gwenffrwd ’;1810 -1834 ; DWB , 520).

JONES, THOMAS MORRIS (Gwenallt ;1859 -1933),Calvinistic Methodist minister, writer and journalist .

JONES, THOMAS OWEN (‘Gwynfor’,1875 -1941),librarian, dramatist, actor and producer ;

JONES, THOMAS ROBERT (‘Gwerfulyn’,1802 -1856),founder of the charitable movement, the True Ivorites ;

JONES, THOMAS ROCYN (1822 -1877), bonesetter ;

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, WALTER (?-1819), Cefn Rug,Corwen, Mer., commissioner under land enclosure acts .

JONES, WALTER DAVID MICHAEL (1895 -1974), painter and poet .

JONES, WALTER IDRIS (1900 -1971), Director General of Research Development for the National Coal Board (NCB) .

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

JONES, WATKIN (‘Watcyn o Feirion ’;1882 -1967),postmaster, shopkeeper, folk poet, setter and tutor of cerdd dant ;

JONES, WILLIAM (d. c. 1700 ), Baptist minister in south-western Wales .

JONES, WILLIAM (d.1679), Puritan minister ;

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

JONES, WILLIAM (1814? -1895 ) ‘Wesleyan Reformer,’ afterwards Independent minister ;

JONES, WILLIAM (Bleddyn ;1829? -1903),antiquary, local historian, geologist, and collector of folk-lore .

JONES,Sir WILLIAM (1566 -1640), judge ,

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

JONES, WILLIAM (1726 -1795), antiquary and poet ;

JONES, WILLIAM (1755 -1821), Evangelical cleric ,

JONES, WILLIAM (1762 -1846 ).Scotch-Baptist minister, editor, and author ;

JONES, WILLIAM (1764 -1822), hymn writer ;

JONES, WILLIAM (1770 -1837), Calvinistic Methodist minister ,

JONES, WILLIAM (1784 -1847), Independent minister and divine ;

JONES, WILLIAM (1790 -1855), Baptist Minister and writer ;

JONES, WILLIAM (Gwrgant ;1803 -1886 )

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

JONES, WILLIAM (Ehedydd Iâl ;1815 -1899), farmer and poet ;

JONES, WILLIAM (1826 -1899), secretary to the Peace Society ,

JONES, WILLIAM (1834 -1895), Baptist minister .

JONES, WILLIAM (1851 -1931), Calvinistic Methodist minister ;

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

JONES, WILLIAM (‘Gwilym Myrddin ’;1863 -1946), poet ;

JONES,Sir WILLIAM (1888 -1961), administrator and politician ;

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

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

JONES, WILLIAM BASIL (TICKELL) (1822 -1897 ) bishop ,

JONES, WILLIAM COLLISTER (1772 -?), printer at Chester ;

JONES, WILLIAM ELLIS (Cawrdaf ;1795 -1848), poet and man of letters ;

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

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

JONES, WILLIAM HENRY (1860 -1932), journalist and local historian ;

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 ;

JONES, WILLIAM OWEN (Eos y Gogledd ;1868 -1928), musician ;

JONES, WILLIAM PHILIP (1878 -1955), minister (Presb.) and Principal of Trefeca College ;

JONES, WILLIAM RICHARD (Goleufryn ;1840 -1898),Calvinistic Methodist minister, and writer ;

JONES, WILLIAM SAMUEL Wil Sam (1920 -2007), playwright .

JONES, WILLIAM TUDOR (1865 -1946), minister (U) and philosopher ;

JOSHUA, SETH (1858 -1925), minister (Presb.) .

JOYCE, GILBERT CUNNINGHAM (1866 -1942), bishop ;

JUSTINIAN,SAINT (‘ Stinan Sant ’) ( fl. 6th cent. ).