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LACY (DE) — lords of Ewyas, Weobley, and Ludlow .

LACY (DE) , of Halton, constables of Chester .

LANGFORD family, of Allington, Gresford .

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

LANG, GORDON (1893 -1981), Labour politician and nonconformist minister .

LATHROP, RICHARD (d.1764), bookseller and printer at Shrewsbury .

LAUGHARNE, ROWLAND (d.1676?), Parliamentary major-general ;

LAWS, EDWARD (1837 -1913), historian of Pembrokeshire,

LEACH, ARTHUR LEONARD (1869 -1957),historian, geologist and archaeologist ;

LEATHART, WILLIAM DAVIES [d.after 1840], historian of the Gwyneddigion Society of London ;

LEEKE, SAMUEL JAMES (1888 -1966), Baptist minister ;

LEE ( LEGH ), ROWLAND (d.1543),bishop of Coventry and Lichfield (which included at that time what later became the diocese of Chester) (1534-1543), and president of the Council in Wales and the Marches for the same period .

LEIGH, EDMUND (1735? -1819), Methodist cleric ;

LESTRANGE family, Great Ness, Cheswardine, and Knockin, Shropshire .

LEVI, THOMAS (1825 -1916),Calvinistic Methodist minister, editor of Trysorfa y Plant , and author ;

LEVI, THOMAS ARTHUR (1874 -1954), professor of law ;

LEVY, MERVYN MONTAGUE (1914 -1996), writer and broadcaster on the visual arts .

LEWELLIN, LLEWELYN (1798 -1878), cleric ;

LEWES, ERASMUS (1663? -1745), cleric ;

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

LEWES,Sir WATKIN (1740 -1821), lord mayor of London ;

LEWES, WILLIAM (1652 -1722), landowner and antiquary ,

LEWIS family, ofVan, Glam.

LEWIS , (FAMILY) ofLlandysul, Cards., printers and publishers ( Gwasg Gomer ).

LEWIS (and OWEN ), of Tyddyn-y-garreg, Dolgelley, and HUMPHREY (and OWEN ), of Llwyn-du, Llangelynnin, Merioneth ;

LEWIS ab EDWARD ( fl. c. 1560 ) a poet

LEWIS,Sir ALFRED (EDWARD) (1868 -1940), banker ;

LEWIS, ALUN (1915 -1944), poet ;

LEWIS, BENJAMIN (d.1749), hymnist ;

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

LEWIS, CHARLES PRYTHERCH (1853 -1923), Welsh Rugby footballer and Oxford ‘triple Blue’ ;

LEWIS DARON ( fl. c. 1520 ), a poet

LEWIS (or LEWES ), DAVID (1520? -1584),first principal of Jesus College, Oxford ;

LEWIS, DAVID (1683? -1760), a Welsh -born poet in England .

LEWIS, DAVID , alias Baker, Charles (1617 -1679), Jesuit martyr ,

LEWIS, DAVID (1760 -1850), cleric ;

LEWIS, DAVID (1828 -1908), musician ;

LEWIS, DAVID (1848 -1897), lawyer ;

LEWIS, DAVID (‘Ap Ceredigion ’;1870 -1948),cleric, poet, and hymn-writer ;

LEWIS, DAVID EMRYS (1887 -1954), poet and journalist ;

LEWIS, DAVID JOHN (‘Lewis Tymbl ’;1879 -1947),Congl. minister, popular preacher and lecturer ;

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

LEWIS, DAVID VIVIAN PENROSE, 1st Baron Brecon (1905 -1976), politician .

LEWIS, DAVID WILLIAM (1845 -1920), musician ;

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

LEWIS, EDWARD ARTHUR (1880 -1942), historian ;

LEWIS, ELLIS ( fl. 1640-1661), translator ;

LEWIS, EMLYN EVANS (1905 -1969), plastic surgeon ;

LEWIS, ERASMUS (1670 -1754), writer of ‘news-letters’ and holder of posts under the Government ;

LEWIS, EVAN (1788? -1864), Dissenting minister ,

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

LEWIS, FRANCIS (1713 -1802), one of the signatories of the American Declaration of Independence

LEWIS, GEORGE ( c. 1640? -1709?), cleric and author .

LEWIS, GEORGE (Eiddil Llwyn Celyn ;1826? -1858), poet and shoemaker ;

LEWIS, GEORGE (1763 -1822), theologian and Independent minister ;

LEWIS,Sir GEORGE CORNEWALL (1806 -1863), statesman ;

LEWIS GLYN COTHI or LLYWELYN Y GLYN ( fl. 1447-1486), one of the greatest of the 15th cent. Welsh bards .

LEWIS, GRUFFYDD THOMAS (1873 -1964), schoolmaster and a leading layman in the Presbyterian Church of Wales ;

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

LEWIS, HENRY (1889 -1968),Welsh and Celtic scholar, university professor ;

LEWIS, HENRY GETHIN (1872 -1945), merchant and financier ;

LEWIS, HOWELL ELVET (‘ELFED ’;1860 -1953),Independent minister, hymn-writer, poet ;

LEWIS, HUBERT (1825 -1884), jurist ;

LEWIS HUDOL ( fl. in the16th cent.), poet .

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

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

LEWIS, IDRIS (1889 -1952), musician ;

LEWIS, IVOR (1895 -1982), consultant surgeon .

LEWIS, JAMES (1674 -1747), Independent minister ;

LEWIS, JENKIN (1760 -1831 ). Independent minister and tutor ;

LEWIS, JOHN ( fl. 1759-1773), Quaker and author , Haverfordwest .

LEWIS, JOHN ( fl. 1646-1656), ofGlasgrug, Cards., Puritan author ;

LEWIS, JOHN ( fl. 1728-1755), printer and publisher .

LEWIS, JOHN (d.1616?), of Llynwene,Llanfihangel Nant Melan, Rads.,barrister, and author of The History of Britain ,

LEWIS, JOHN (1792? -1816), Wesleyan missionary ;

LEWIS, JOHN (Eos Glyn Wyre ;1836 -1892), poet and musician ;

LEWIS, JOHN (GOMER) (1844? -1914), Baptist minister and orator ;

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

LEWIS, JOHN DAVID (1859 -1914),bookseller, local historian, and founder of a printing press .

LEWIS,Sir JOHN HERBERT (1858 -1933), lawyer and politician ;

LEWIS, JOHN HUW (1931 -2008), printer and publisher .

LEWIS, JOHN SAUNDERS (1893 -1985),politician, critic and dramatist .

LEWIS, JOSEPH RHYS (Alaw Rhondda,1860 -1920), musician ;

LEWIS, JOSHUA (1816 -1879), Independent minister ;

LEWIS, LEWIS (‘Lewsyn yr Heliwr’, known also as ‘Lewsyn Shanco Lewis ’;1793 -? ) .

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

LEWIS LLOYD, EMMELINE (1827 -1913), one of the first women to climb in the Alps ;

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

LEWIS MENAI ( fl. in thesecond half of the 16th cent.), poet .

LEWIS MON ( fl. c. 1480-1527 ), a poet who hailed fromLlifon, Anglesey .

LEWIS, MORGAN JOHN ( c. 1711 -1771), or JONES, MORGAN , Methodist exhorter and hymn-writer ;

LEWIS, MOSES ( fl. 1748-1800),Methodist exhorter, afterwards an Antinomian ;

LEWIS of CAERLEON ( DWB , 545).

LEWIS, OWEN, or OWEN, LEWIS (1533 -1595),bishop of Cassano, South Italy ;

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

LEWIS POWYS ( fl. c. 1530 ), poet .

LEWIS, REES (Eos Ebrill ;1828 -1880), schoolmaster and musician ;

LEWIS, RICHARD (‘Dic Penderyn ’;1807/8 -1831 ) .

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

LEWIS, RICHARD MORRIS (1847 -1918), scholar and littérateur ;

LEWIS, ROBERT EDWARD ( fl. early 18th cent.), poet .

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

LEWIS, THOMAS (18th cent.), a hymn-writer

LEWIS, THOMAS ( fl. 1731-1749), translator and Methodist exhorter ;

LEWIS, THOMAS (1671? -1735), Baptist minister ,

LEWIS, THOMAS (1759 -1842 ); hymn-writer ;

LEWIS, THOMAS (1823 -1900),Baptist minister, and historical writer ;

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

LEWIS, THOMAS (1859 -1929), Baptist missionary in the Cameroons and Congo ;

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

LEWIS,Sir THOMAS (1881 -1945), physician ;

LEWIS, THOMAS ARNOLD (1893 -1952),insurance manager, treasurer of the Honourable Society of Cymmrodorion ;

LEWIS,Sir THOMAS FRANKLAND (1780 -1855), politician ;

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

LEWIS, TIMOTHY RICHARDS (1841 -1886),surgeon, pathologist, and pioneer in tropical medicine ;

LEWIS, TITUS (1773 -1811), Baptist minister ;

LEWIS, TITUS (1822 -1887), antiquary ;

LEWIS TREFNANT ( fl. 1550-1580), poet .

LEWIS,Sir WILFRID HUBERT POYER (1881 -1950), judge ;

LEWIS, WILLIAM ( fl. 1786-1794), hymn-writer ,

LEWIS, WILLIAM (1835? -1918), Cardiff printer and publisher ;

LEWIS, WILLIAM (1814 -1891), Calvinistic Methodist missionary and linguist ;

LEWIS, WILLIAM BEVAN (1847 -1929), alienist ;

LEWIS, WILLIAM HOWELL (1793? -1868), minister (Congl.) ;

LEWIS, WILLIAM JAMES ( DWB , 564).

LEWIS, WILLIAM MORRIS (1839 -1917), minister (Presb.) ;

LEWIS, WILLIAM MORTIMER (1840 -1880), Baptist college principal ;

LEWIS,Sir WILLIAM THOMAS (1837 -1914),, coal magnate .

LEWIS, WYNDHAM (1780 -1838), M.P. ;

LEWYS ap HYWEL (or POWEL ) ( fl. c. 1560-1600 ), poet .

LEWYS, DAFYDD (d.1727), ofLlanllawddog, Carms., a cleric

LHUYD, EDWARD (1660 -1709),botanist, geologist, antiquary, and philologist .

LIVSEY, GEORGE FREDERICK (1834 -1923), bandmaster .

LIVSEY, RICHARD ARTHUR LLOYD (1935 -2010), Liberal Democrat politician .

LLAWDDEN or IEUAN LLAWDDEN ( fl. 1450), a cywyddwr who wrote during the years1450 to 1480 .

LLAWDDOG, or LLEUDDAD , saint ( fl. 600?),

LLEISION ap THOMAS ( fl. 1513-1541), last abbot of Neath ,

LLEWELLYN,Sir DAVID RICHARD (1879 -1940), BARONET, coalowner ;

LLEWELLYN, DAVID TREHARNE (1916 -1992), Conservative politician .

LLEWELLYN, THOMAS (1720? -1783), Baptist minister and tutor .

LLEWELLYN, THOMAS REDVERS (1901 -1976), singer and teacher of singing .

LLEWELYN, MARY PENDRILL ( née Mary Catherine Rhys ,1811 -1874), translator and writer ;

LLEWELYN, SION (1690 -1776), poet ;

LLEWELYN, THOMAS DAVID (Llewelyn Alaw ;1828 -1879), musician ;

LLEWELYN, WILLIAM (1735 -1803), Independent minister ;

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

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

LLOYD family, ofBodidris, Denbs.

LLOYD family, ofMaesyfelin, Cards.

LLOYD family, ofPeterwell, Cards.

LLOYD family, ofDolobran, Mont.

LLOYD family, of Leighton andMoel-y-garth, Mont.

LLOYD, CHARLES (d.1698), squire of Maesllwch in Rads. (in his later days) and Independent elder ;

LLOYD, CHARLES (1766 -1829), Unitarian minister and schoolmaster ;

LLOYD, CHARLES FRANCIS (1852 -1917), musician ;

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

LLOYD, DAVID (d.1747?), cleric and translator .

LLOYD, DAVID (1597 -1663), dean of S. Asaph ,

LLOYD, DAVID (1635 -1692), biographer ;

LLOYD, DAVID (1724 -1779), Arian minister ;

LLOYD, DAVID (1752 -1838),cleric, poet, and musician ;

LLOYD, DAVID (1805 -1863), principal of Carmarthen Presbyterian College and Unitarian minister ;

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

LLOYD, DAVID JOHN (1886 -1951), headmaster ;

LLOYD, DAVID MYRDDIN (1909 -1981), librarian and Welsh scholar .

LLOYD, DAVID TECWYN (1914 -1992),literary critic, author, educationalist .

LLOYD ( FLOYD , FLOOD , FLOUD , or FLUDD ), EDWARD ( c. 1570 -1648?), of Llwyn-y-maen, near Oswestry,

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

LLOYD, EVAN (1734 -1776), cleric and writer ;

LLOYD, EVAN (1764 -1847), Unitarian Baptist minister ;

LLOYD, EVAN (1800 -1879 ) and JOHN ( fl. 1833-1859), printers and publishers ;

LLOYD GEORGE (FAMILY)

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

LLOYD GEORGE, DAVID (1863 -1945),, statesman .

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

LLOYD, HANNIBAL EVANS (1771 -1847), author and translator ;

LLOYD, HENRY ( c. 1720 -1783), soldier and military writer ;

LLOYD, HENRY (‘Ap Hefin ’;1870 -1946), poet and printer ;

LLOYD, HOWEL WILLIAM (1816 -1893), antiquary ;

LLOYD, HUGH (1546 -1601), master of Winchester College ;

LLOYD, HUGH (1586 -1667), bishop of Llandaff ;

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

LLOYD, ISAAC SAMUEL (‘Glan Rhyddallt’,1875 -1961 );quarryman, poet and writer ;

LLOYD, JACOB YOUDE WILLIAM (‘Chevalier Lloyd ’;1816 -1887), historian and antiquary ;

LLOYD, JOHN (d.1679), Roman Catholic priest ,

LLOYD (or FLOYD ), JOHN (1480 -1523), musician ;

LLOYD, JOHN (1558 -1603), cleric and scholar ;

LLOYD, JOHN (1638 -1687),principal of Jesus College, Oxford, and bishop of S. Davids ;

LLOYD, JOHN (1733 -1793), cleric and antiquary .

LLOYD, JOHN (1749 -1815), lawyer and dilettante ,

LLOYD, JOHN (Einion Môn ;1792 -1834), schoolmaster and poet ;

LLOYD, JOHN (1833 -1915), political reformer and antiquary ,

LLOYD, JOHN (1885 -1964),schoolmaster, author and local historian ;

LLOYD, JOHN AMBROSE (1815 -1874), musician ;

LLOYD,Sir JOHN CONWAY (1878 -1954), public figure ;

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

LLOYD, JOHN MORGAN (1880 -1960), musician .

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

LLOYD, LEWIS WILLIAM (1939 -1997), historian and author .

LLOYD, LUDOVIC ( fl. 1573-1610),courtier, versifier, and compiler ;

LLOYD (later MOORE ), MARGARET (1709 -1762), one of the original members of the Moravian congregation in London ;

LLOYD, MEREDITH ( fl. 1655-1677), lawyer and antiquary .

LLOYD, MORGAN (1820 -1893), barrister and politician ;

LLOYD (or LLOYDE ), OLIVER (1570/1 -1625), dean of Hereford ;

LLOYD-OWEN, DAVID CHARLES (1843 -1925), eye specialist ;

LLOYD, RICHARD (1595 -1659), Royalist divine and schoolmaster ,

LLOYD,Sir RICHARD (1606 -1676 .

LLOYD, RICHARD (1771 -1834), Calvinistic Methodist minister ;

LLOYD, RICHARD (1834 -1917),pastor of the [Campbellite] Church of the Disciples of Christ, Criccieth ;

LLOYD ( LLWYD ), ROBERT (1716 -1792 ) of Plas Ashpool, farmer and Methodist exhorter ;

LLOYD, ROBERT (‘Llwyd o'r Bryn ’;1888 -1961), eisteddfodwr , entertainer and farmer ;

LLOYD, SIMON (1756 -1836), Methodist cleric ,

LLOYD, THOMAS (1673? -1734), cleric and lexicologist ;

LLOYD, THOMAS (1765 -1789), Unitarian minister and Academy tutor ;

LLOYD, THOMAS (Crych Elen ;1841 -1909), musician ;

LLOYD, THOMAS ALWYN (1881 -1960), architect and town planner ;

LLOYD,Sir THOMAS DAVIES (1820 -1877),baronet, landowner, and politician ;

LLOYD, THOMAS RICHARD (Yr Estyn ;1820 -1891), cleric ;

LLOYD, VAUGHAN (1736 -1817), general ;

LLOYD,Sir WALTER (1580 -1662?), ofLlanfair Clydogau, Cards., Royalist ,

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

LLOYD, WILLIAM (1637 -1710), bishop of Llandaff (1675-1679 );

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

LLOYD ( LLWYD ), WILLIAM (1741 -1808), Calvinistic Methodist exhorter ,

LLOYD, WILLIAM (1771 -1841), Methodist cleric ;

LLOYD,Sir WILLIAM (1782 -1857), soldier and one of the first Europeans to reach the peak of any Himalayan snow-capped mountain ;

LLOYD, WILLIAM (1786 -1852), musician ;

LLOYD, WILLIAM (1901 -1967), tutor and setter of words to cerdd dant and composer of harp airs ;

LLOYD, WILLIAM VALENTINE (1825 -1896),co-secretary of the Powysland Club, sometime editor of the Montgomeryshire Collections ;

LLUELYN (or LLEWELLIN ), MARTIN (1616 -1682), poet and physician

LLWYD,YR USTUS ( fl. 14th cent.), poet .

LLWYD, ANGHARAD (1780 -1866), antiquary

LLWYD,Sir DAFYDD (otherwiseDafydd Llwyd, ysgolhaig, orDeio Ysgolhaig), an Elizabethan poet ,

LLWYD, FFOWC ( fl. c. 1580-1620 ), poet and squire ,Fox Hall, Denbs. ;

LLWYD ( LLOYD ), HARRI (d.1799), Wesleyan lay preacher .

LLWYD ( LHUYD ), HUMPHREY (1527 -1568), physician and antiquary ;

LLWYD, HUW (‘Huw Llwyd o Gynfal’,1568? -1630?), soldier and bard

LLWYD, HWLCYN , harpist ;

LLWYD ( LLOYD ), MORGAN (1619 -1659),littérateur, poet, mystic .

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

LLWYD, ROBERT ( DWB , 595).

LLWYD, STEPHEN (1794 -1854), musician ;

LLYGAD GWR ( fl. —1268— ), eulogist .

LLYWARCH ap BRAN ( fl. c. 1137 ), founder of one of the ‘Fifteen (Noble) Tribes of Gwynedd’ ,

LLYWARCH ap LLYWELYN (‘Prydydd y Moch ’; fl. 1173-1220 ); the most prominent court-poet of Gwynedd

LLYWARCH HEN , a6th cent. British prince and a hero of a cycle of Welsh tales dating from the mid-9th cent. ,

LLYWARCH LLAETY ( fl. c. 1140-1160 ), one of the poets of the period of the Welsh Princes .

LLYWELYN ab EDNYFED ( fl. c. 1400-1460? ), poet ;

LLYWELYN ab OWAIN ap CYNFRIG MOEL ( fl. c. 1480? ), poet .

LLYWELYN ap CYNFRIG DDU o FÔN, or LLYWELYN DDU O FÔN ( fl. c. 1460-1500? ), poet .

LLYWELYN ap GRUFFYDD [(‘Llywelyn the Last,’ orLlywelyn II)], Prince of Wales (d.1282),

LLYWELYN ap GRUFFYDD orLLYWELYN BREN (d.1317 ) .

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

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

LLYWELYN ap HYWEL ap IEUAN ap GRONW ( fl. c. 1480? ), a poet

LLYWELYN ap IORWERTH ( DWB , 600).

LLYWELYN ap MOEL Y PANTRI (d.1440), poet ofLlanwnnog, Mont.,

LEWYS MORGANNWG ( fl. 1520-1565), the bardic name of LLYWELYN ap RHISIART , ‘Chief Bard of the Three Provinces’, and one of the most notable poets in the history of Glamorgan .

LLYWELYN ap SEISYLL (d.1023), king of Deheubarth and Gwynedd .

LLYWELYN BRYDYDD HODDNANT ( fl. c. 1300-1350 ), poet .

LLYWELYN DDU ab Y PASTARD ( fl. 14th cent.), a poet ;

LLYWELYN FARDD ( fl. c. 1150-1175 ), poet .

LLYWELYN FAWR and LLYWELYN FYCHAN ( fl. early 13th cent. ).

LLYWELYN FYCHAN ap LLYWELYN ab OWAIN FYCHAN (d. c. 1277 ), lord of Mechain .

LLYWELYN GOCH ap MEURIG HEN ( fl. c. 1360-1390 ), poet ;

LLYWELYN GOCH Y DANT ( fl. 1470-1471), a bard closely associated with Glamorgan .

LLYWELYN SION (1540 -1615?),poet, farmer, at one time beadle or crier in the courts, a professional copyist by trade, and one of the most important figures in the literary life of Glamorganshire in thesecond half of the 16th cent. .

LLYWELYN, TOMAS ( fl. c. 1580-1610 ), aliasTomas ap Llywelyn ap Dafydd ap Hywel, bard and gentleman ,

LORT family, of Stackpole and other seats in Pembrokeshire .

LOUGHER,Sir LEWIS (1871 -1955), industrialist and politician ;

LOUGHER, ROBERT (d.1585?), civil lawyer and ecclesiastical administrator ;

LOVE, CHRISTOPHER (1618 -1651), Presbyterian minister ;

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

LOWE, RICHARD (1810 -1853), weaver and musician ;

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

LOYD, LEWIS (1767 -1858), banker ;

LUCAS, RICHARD (1648 -1715), cleric and author ;

LUMLEY, RICHARD (1810 -1884), Calvinistic Methodist minister ;

LYNE, HORACE SAMPSON (1860 -1949),president of the Welsh Rugby Union, 1906-1947 ;

LYNN-THOMAS,Sir JOHN (1861 -1939), surgeon ;