MAB Y CLOCHYDDYN ( fl. c. 1380 ), a poet
MACDONALD, GORDON, first Baron MACDONALD of GWAENYSGOR (1888 -1966), politician ;
MACKWORTH,Sir HUMPHREY (1657 -1727), industrialist and parliamentarian ;
MACLEAN,Sir EWEN JOHN (1865 -1953), first professor of obstetrics and gynaecology at the Welsh National School of Medicine .
MADDOCK,Sir IEUAN (1917 -1988), Chief Scientist to the Department of Industry .
MADOCKS, WILLIAM ALEXANDER (1773 -1828), industrialist and philanthropist .
MADOG ap GRUFFYDD (d.1236 ) lord of Powys .
MADOG ap GWALLTER ,friar, a religious poet .
MADOG ap LLYWELYN , rebel of1294 .
MADOG ap MAREDUDD (d.1160), king of Powys .
MADOG BENFRAS ( fl. c. 1320-1360 ), poet ;
MADOG DWYGRAIG ( fl. c. 1370 ), poet ,
MADOG FYCHAN ap MADOG ap GRUFFYDD (d.1269 ) ;
MADRYN family of Madryn ( Llŷn ).
MAELGWN ab OWAIN GWYNEDD (d. after1173),
MAELGWN ap RHYS ( c. 1170 -1230), lord of Ceredigion ,
MAELGWN ap RHYS (d.1295), rebel of 1294 ,
MAELGWN GWYNEDD (d. c. 547
MAINWARING, WILLIAM HENRY (1884 -1971), Labour politician .
MALKIN, BENJAMIN HEATH (1769 -1842), antiquary and author ;
MALO (also known as Machu , Machutes , Maclovius and, in Welsh, MECHELL , saint ( fl. 6th cent. ).
MANSEL family, of Oxwich, Penrice, andMargam abbey, Glam.
MANSEL, BUSSY (1623 -1699), ofBriton Ferry, Glam., parliamentary commander and Member of Parliament ;
MANSELL, FRANCIS (1579 -1665), three timesprincipal of Jesus College, Oxford ;
MANSEL,Sir ROBERT (1573 -1656), admiral ;
MANSEL, WILLIAM LORT (1753 -1820),Master of Trinity, and bishop ;
MANUEL, DAVID (1624? -1726), poet ,
MAP ( MAHAP , MAPES ), WALTER (1140? -1209?), archdeacon ;
MARC, SIARL (1720 -1795), of Tŷ-mawr, Bryncroes, Llŷn,Calvinistic Methodist exhorter, and hymn-writer .
MARDY-JONES, THOMAS ISAAC (1879 -1970), economist and politician ;
MAREDUDD ab OWAIN ab EDWIN (d.1072), king of Deheubarth .
MAREDUDD ab OWAIN ap HYWEL DDA (d.999), king of Deheubarth .
MAREDUDD ap CYNAN ab OWAIN GWYNEDD (d.1212 ) .
MAREDUDD ap GRUFFYDD ap RHYS (1130 or1131 -1155), prince of Deheubarth ;
MAREDUDD ap RHOSER ( fl. c. 1530 ), a poet
MAREDUDD ap RHYS GRYG (d.1271 ); prince of Deheubarth ;
‘ MARGED vch IFAN ’ ( Margaret Evans ;1696 -1801?), a ‘character’ .
MARKS, DAVID (1788 -1871), musician ;
MARQUAND, HILARY ADAIR (1901 -1972), economist and Labour politician .
MARSDEN, THOMAS (1802 -1849), cleric and author ;
MARSH, RICHARD (1710? -1792), bookseller and printer at Wrexham .
MARTIN,Sir RICHARD (1843 -1922), industrialist and public man ;
MASON, RICHARD (1816? -1881), printer and author ; Tenby ;
MATHEW (FAMILY; DWB , 618).
MATHEW ap LLYWELYN GOCH ( DWB , 618).
MATHEWS, ABRAHAM (1832 -1899),Independent minister, colonist, and writer ;
MATHIAS family, of Llwyngwaren ( Llwyn Gwaring, Llangwaren, and other forms) and later also ofLamphey, Pembs.
MATHIAS, RONALD CAVILL (1912 -1968), trade union leader ;
MATHIAS, WILLIAM JAMES (1934 -1992), composer and teacher .
MATTHEWS, EDWARD (1813 -1892), Calvinistic Methodist minister and author ;
MATTHEWS, JOHN (1773 -1848), surveyor and public man ;
MATTHEWS, MARMADUKE (1606 -1683?), ejected minister ;
MATTHEWS, NORMAN GREGORY (1904 -1964), chancellor ;
MAURICE, DAVID (1626 -1702), cleric and translator ;
MAURICE, HENRY (1634 -1682 ; DWB , 622-3).
MAURICE, HENRY (1647 -1691), cleric and author ;
MAURICE, HUGH (1775 -1825),skinner, and transcriber of Welsh MSS. ,
MAURICE, MATHIAS (1684 -1738), Independent minister and writer ;
MAURICE,Sir WILLIAM ( DWB , 624-5).
MAURICE, WILLIAM (d.1680), antiquary and collector of manuscripts .
McBRIDE, NEIL (1910 -1974), Labour politician .
McGRATH, MICHAEL JOSEPH (1882 -1961), Archbishop of Cardiff ;
McLUCAS, CLIFFORD (1945 -2002), artist and theatre director .
MEADOWS, JOSEPH KENNY (1790 -1874 ); draughtsman ;
MEILYR BRYDYDD ( fl . c . 1100-1137 ), chief court-poet
MENDS, CHRISTOPHER (1724? -1799 ).Methodist exhorter, afterwards Independent minister ;
MERCER, JOHN ( Jack ) (1893 -1987), cricketer .
MEREDITH, BENJAMIN (1700 -1749), Baptist minister ;
MEREDITH,Sir JOHN (1714 -1780), lawyer , of Brecon,
MEREDITH, JOHN ELLIS (1904 -1981), minister (Presbyterian Church of Wales) and author .
MEREDITH, RICHARD (d.1597),bishop of Leighlin, Ireland ;
MEREDITH, ROBERT (1823 -1893), printer of Welsh books and music in the U.S.A. ;
MEREDITH, THOMAS ( fl. 1747-1770),Methodist exhorter, and Antinomian .
MEREDITH, WILLIAM ( ‘BILLY’ ;1874 -1958), footballer .
MEREDUDD ap RHYS ( DWB , 627-8).
MERFYN FRYCH (d.844), king of Gwynedd ;
MERRETT,Sir HERBERT HENRY (1886 -1959), industrialist .
MERRICK, RICE ( RHYS MEURUG ) (d.1586-7), alanded gentleman, genealogist, and historian
MEURIG ( fl. 1210),poet, and treasurer of Llandaff .
MEURIG ab IDWAL FOEL (d.986),
MEURUG ab IORWERTH ( fl. c. 1320-1370 ), one of the last of the ‘Gogynfeirdd’ bards .
MEYLER, JAMES (1761 -1825), minister (Congl.) ;
MEYRICK family, Bodorgan, Anglesey .
MEYRICK, EDMUND (1636 -1712), cleric and benefactor of education ;
MEYRICK,Sir SAMUEL RUSH (1783 -1848), antiquary ;
MICHAELIONES, THOMAS ( THOMAS MICHAEL JONES ;1880 -1960), priest and owner of a gold mine ;
MICHAEL, JOHN HUGH (1878 -1959),minister (Meth.), Professor in Methodist colleges in England and Canada, Biblical exegetist ;
MIDLETON ( MYDDELTON ), WILLIAM ( c. 1550 - c. 1600 ),poet, soldier, and sailor ;
MILES, JOHN (1621 -1683), Particular Baptist leader ;
MILLER, WILLIAM HALLOWES (1801 -1880), crystallographer ;
MILLINGCHAMP, BENJAMIN (1756 -1829), naval chaplain and collector of Oriental manuscripts .
MILLS, EDWARD (1802 -1865), popularizer of astronomy ;
MILLS, HENRY (1757 -1820), a pioneer in Welsh congregational singing ;
MILLS-ROBERTS, ROBERT HERBERT (1862 -1935),surgeon, and association football player ;
MILLS, SEBASTIAN BACH (1838 -1898, pianist ;
MORGAN family, ofTredegar Park, etc., Mon.
MORGAN family, of Llantarnam, Monmouthshire .
MORGAN , rebel of1294 .
MORGAN, ABEL (1673 -1722), Baptist minister ,
MORGAN, ALFRED PHILLIPS (1857 -1942), musician ;
MORGAN ap CARADOG ap IESTYN (d.c. 1208), lord of the Welsh barony of Avan Wallia (or Nedd-Avan) in the honour of Glamorgan ,
MORGAN ap HUW LEWYS ( fl. c. 1550-1600 ), poet ,
MORGAN ap HYWEL ( fl. 1210-1248), Welsh lord of Gwynllwg or Caerleon
MORGAN,Sir CHARLES (1575? -1643?), soldier ,
MORGAN, CHARLES OCTAVIUS SWINNERTON (1803 -1888), antiquary and local historian ;
MORGAN, DAFYDD SIENCYN (1752 -1844), musician ;
MORGAN, DAVID (1779 -1858), Independent minister and historian ;
MORGAN, DAVID (1814 -1883), religious revivalist ;
MORGAN, DAVID EIRWYN (1918 -1982), college principal and minister (B) .
MORGAN, DAVID JENKINS (1884 -1949), teacher and agricultural officer ;
MORGAN, DAVID LLOYD (1823 -1892), naval surgeon ,
MORGAN, DAVID THOMAS ( c. 1695 -1746), Jacobite ,
MORGAN, EDWARD (1783 -1869 ; DWB , 642).
MORGAN, EDWARD (1817 -1871), Calvinistic Methodist minister ;
MORGAN ELFAEL ( fl. c. 1528-1541 ), poet .
MORGAN, ELUNED (1870 -1938), writer ;
MORGAN, EVAN (1809 -1853), Calvinistic Methodist minister and author ;
MORGAN, EVAN EDWARD (1855 -1927), antiquary ;
MORGAN, EVAN FREDERIC (1893 -1949),,poet, artist, soldier, and statesman .
MORGAN FYCHAN (d.1288), lord of the Welsh barony of Avan Wallia (or Nedd-Afan) in the honour of Glamorgan ,
MORGAN GAM (d.1241), lord of the Welsh barony of Avan Wallia (or Nedd-Afan) in the honour of Glamorgan ,
MORGAN, GEORGE CADOGAN (1754 -1798),Arian minister and tutor, and scientist ;
MORGAN, GEORGE OSBORNE (1826 -1897), politician ;
MORGAN, GWENLLIAN ELIZABETH FANNY (1852 -1939), antiquary ;
MORGAN, HECTOR DAVIES (1785 -1850), cleric and theological writer ,
MORGAN HEN ab OWAIN (d.975), king of Morgannwg ,
MORGAN, HENRY (d.1559), bishop ;
MORGAN, HENRY (1635? -1688), buccaneer .
MORGAN, HERBERT (1875 -1946),minister (B), university lecturer, and director of extra-mural studies ;
MORGAN, IWAN JAMES (1904 -1966), extra-mural tutor and politician .
MORGAN, JENKIN (d.1762), Independent minister .
MORGAN alias YOUNG , JOHN (d.1504),clerk of parliament, and bishop .
MORGAN, JOHN (1662 -1701), cleric and author .
MORGAN, JOHN (1743 -1801), cleric ,
MORGAN, JOHN (1827 -1903), cleric and author ;
MORGAN, JOHN (1886 -1957), Archbishop of Wales ;
MORGAN, JOHN JAMES (1870 -1954), minister (Presb.) and author ;
MORGAN, JOHN LLOYD (1861 -1944), county court judge ;
MORGAN, JOSEPH BICKERTON (1859 -1894), geologist and conchologist .
MORGAN, MAURICE ( DWB , 649).
MORGAN, MORGAN PARRY (1876 -1964), minister of religion (CM) and powerful preacher ;
MORGAN-OWEN, LLEWELLYN ISAAC GETHIN (1879 -1960), army administrator in India ;
MORGAN, PHILIP (d.1435), bishop of Worcester (1419) and of Ely (1426) .
MORGAN, REES (1764 -1847), Calvinistic Methodist preacher ;
MORGAN, RHYS ( c. 1700 - c. 1775 ), a poet
MORGAN, RICHARD (1743 -1805 ) Independent minister ;
MORGAN, RICHARD (1854 -1939), schoolmaster and naturalist ;
MORGAN, RICHARD HUMPHREYS (1850 -1899), Calvinistic Methodist minister and writer .
MORGAN, ROBERT (1608 -1673), bishop of Bangor ,
MORGAN, ROBERT (1621 -1710), Baptist minister ,
MORGAN,Sir THOMAS ( c. 1542 -1595 ; DWB , 652).
MORGAN, THOMAS (d.1833), Wesleyan missionary and minister ;
MORGAN, THOMAS (1543 - c. 1605 ), Roman Catholic conspirator ,
MORGAN,Sir THOMAS (1604 -1679), soldier ;
MORGAN, THOMAS (1720 -1799), Independent minister ;
MORGAN, THOMAS (1737 -1813), Unitarian minister ;
MORGAN, THOMAS (1769 -1851), navy chaplain ;
MORGAN, THOMAS JOHN (1907 -1986), Welsh scholar and writer .
MORGAN, THOMAS OWEN (1799 -1878), barrister-at-law and author ;
MORGAN, THOMAS REES (1834 -1897),mechanical engineer and manufacturer, and inventor ;
MORGAN, TREFOR RICHARD (1914 -1970), company director ;
MORGAN, WALTER ( fl. 1695), author
MORGAN,Sir WALTER VAUGHAN (1831 -1916), lord mayor of London ;
MORGAN,Sir WILLIAM (d.1584), soldier of fortune ;
MORGAN, WILLIAM ([ c. 1545 ]-1604),bishop, and translator of the Bible into Welsh ;
MORGAN, WILLIAM (1623 -1689), Jesuit ;
MORGAN, WILLIAM (1750 -1833 ; DWB , 657).
MORGAN, WILLIAM (1801 -1872), Baptist minister ;
MORGAN, WILLIAM (1818 -1884), Congregational minister and college tutor ;
MORGAN, WILLIAM GERAINT OLIVER (1920 -1995), Conservative politician .
MORRICE, JAMES CORNELIUS (1874 -1953), priest and Welsh scholar ;
MORRIS, CALEB (1800 -1865), Congregational minister ;
MORRIS, CAREY (1882 -1968), artist ;
MORRIS,Sir DANIEL (1844 -1933), botanist ;
MORRIS, DAVID (1630 -1703), Roman Catholic priest and informer ;
MORRIS, DAVID (1744 -1791),Calvinistic Methodist exhorter, and hymn-writer ;
MORRIS, DAVID (1787 -1858), Calvinistic Methodist preacher ,
MORRIS, EBENEZER (1769 -1825), Calvinistic Methodist minister ;
MORRIS, EBENEZER (1790 -1867), cleric ;
MORRIS, EDWARD (1607 -1689 ) of Perthi Llwydion, Cerrig-y-drudion, Denbs. , poet and drover .
MORRIS, EDWARD ROWLEY (1828 -1893), antiquary ;
MORRIS, HAYDN (1891 -1965), musician ;
MORRIS, JAMES (1853 -1914),Calvinistic Methodist minister, and author ;
MORRIS, JOHN (1706 -1740), sailor ,
MORRIS, JOHN (1813 -1896 ; DWB , 661 ).
MORRIS, JOHN EDWARD (1859 -1933), schoolmaster and historian ;
MORRIS, JOHN RICHARD (1879 -1970),bookseller, writer ;
MORRIS-JONES (formerly JONES ),Sir JOHN (MORRIS) (1864 -1929),scholar, poet, and critic .
MORRIS-JONES, JOHN HENRY (1884 -1972), Liberal/National Liberal politician .
MORRIS, LEWIS (1760 -1855), Calvinistic Methodist exhorter ;
MORRIS,Sir LEWIS (1833 -1907), poet and educationist ;
MORRIS, MORRIS ap RHISIART, or MORRIS PRICHARD (1674 -1763),
MORRIS, PERCY (1893 -1967), politician and trade unionist ;
MORRIS,Sir RHYS HOPKIN (1888 -1956),politician, stipendiary magistrate, first director of the Welsh Region B.B.C. ;
MORRIS, RICHARD (1703 -1779), founder of the Cymmrodorion Society .
MORRIS, RICHARD ROBERTS (1852 -1935),Calvinistic Methodist minister, and poet ;
MORRIS, ROBERT (d.1768), industrialist ;
MORRIS, ROBERT DAVID (1871 -1948), itinerant bookseller and author ;
MORRIS, ROBERT PRYS (1831? -1890), local historian and antiquary; a writer in Welsh and English journals
MORRIS, ROGER , of Coed-y-talwrn, Llanfair Dyffryn Clwyd ( fl. 1590), transcriber of manuscripts .
MORRIS, RUPERT HUGH (1843 -1918), cleric and antiquary ;
MORRIS, SILAS (1862 -1923),principal of the Baptist College, Bangor ;
MORRIS, THOMAS (1786 -1846), Baptist minister ;
MORRIS, WILLIAM ( fl. 1829-1873?), assistant to the Education Commissioners of 1846-7 .
MORRIS, WILLIAM ( c. 1816? -1886), printer and publisher of books and periodicals of Anglican interest .
MORRIS, WILLIAM (1705 -1763),botanist, antiquary, letter-writer ;
MORRIS, WILLIAM (1783 -1861 ; DWB , 667).
MORTIMER family, ofWigmore, Herefs.
MORTIMER, ROGER de (1256? -1326), lord of Chirk ;
MORTIMER, ROGER de (1374 -1398), sixth of that name, and ;
MORUS BERWYN ( fl. c. 1553-1615 ), poet ;
MORUS DWYFECH, or MORUS ap DAFYDD ab IFAN ab EINION ( fl. c. 1523-1590 ), a poet ,
MORUS GETHIN ( fl. c. 1525 ), poet .
MORUS MAWDDWY, or MORUS ap LLYWELYN ( fl. c. 1540-1570 ), a Merionethshire poet .
MORYS ap HYWEL (ap TUDUR) ( fl. c. 1530 ), a poet ;
MOSES(-EVANS), DAVID LEWIS (1822 -1893 ; DWB , 672).
MOSES, EVAN (1726 -1805), ‘of Trevecka,’ a tailor ;
MOSS, GWENFRON (1898 -1991), missionary in China and India .
MOSTYN family ofTalacre, Flints.
MOSTYN family ofMostyn Hall, Flints., etc.
MOSTYN, AMBROSE (1610 -1663), a Puritan preacher of aristocratic descent whom the pedigree-makers seem bent on keeping in obscurity;
MUTTON,Sir PETER (1565 -1637), judge and politician ;
MYDDELTON (FAMILY; DWB , 675-8).
MYRDDIN-EVANS,Sir GUILDHAUME (1894 -1964), civil servant ;
MYTTON, JOHN (1796 -1834), sportsman and eccentric ;
MYTTON (or MITTON ), THOMAS (1608 -1656), of Halston ( Oswestry), parliamentary commander ,