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PADARN ( c. 560 ), a Celtic saint

PADLEY, WALTER ERNEST (1916 -1984), Labour politician .

PAGE, JOHN (Ioan Glan Dyfrdwy ;1830? -1852), poet ,

PAGE, LESLIE ALUN (1920 -1990), Minister (Cong.) .

PAGET family (later marquesses of Anglesey ), Plas Newydd, Llanedwen, Anglesey .

PAGET, GEORGE CHARLES HENRY VICTOR 7th Marquess of Anglesey (1922 -2013),soldier, historian, conservationist .

PAINTER family, printers at Wrexham .

PALMER, ALFRED NEOBARD (1847 -1915), historian ;

PALMER, HENRY (1679 -1742), Independent minister ;

PAMPLIN, WILLIAM (1806 -1899), botanist ;

PANTON, PAUL (1727 -1797), barrister-at-law and antiquary ;

PARCELL, GEORGE HENRY (1895 -1967), musician ;

PARKER, JOHN (1798 -1860), cleric and artist ;

PARKHOUSE, WILLIAM GILBERT ANTHONY (1925 -2000), cricketer .

PARK (or PARKES ), JAMES (1636 -1696), Quaker ;

PARR-DAVIES, HARRY (formerly DAVIES, HARRY PARR ;1914 -1955), pianist and composer .

PARRI, HARRI (‘Harri Bach o Graig-y-gath ’;1709? -1800), strolling poet .

PARROTT, HORACE IAN (1916 -2012), teacher and composer .

PARRY (and JONES-PARRY ) family, Madryn, Llŷn .

PARRY, ABEL JONES (1833 -1911), Baptist minister ;

PARRY ( AP HARRY , APARRY , APPAREY , and other forms), BLANCHE (1508? -1590), gentlewoman

PARRY, DAVID (1682? -1714), scholar ;

PARRY, DAVID (1760 -1821), Calvinistic Methodist minister ;

PARRY, DAVID (1794 -1877), cleric ;

PARRY, DAVID (Dewi Moelwyn ;1835 -1870),Independent minister, and poet ;

PARRY,Sir DAVID HUGHES (1893 -1973),lawyer, jurist, university administrator .

PARRY, EDWARD (1723 -1786),Methodist exhorter, poet and hymn-writer ;

PARRY, EDWARD (1798 -1854), publisher and antiquary ;

PARRY, GEORGE (1613? -1678),cleric, and author of a Welsh metrical version of the Psalms ;

PARRY, GRIFFITH (1827 -1901),Calvinistic Methodist minister, and author ;

PARRY, HENRY (1766? -1854), cleric and antiquary ;

PARRY, HUGH (Cefni ;1826 -1895),Baptist minister, poet, littérateur, and theologian ;

PARRY, HUMPHREY ( c. 1772 -1809),schoolmaster, member of the Gwyneddigion and Cymreigyddion Societies of London ;

PARRY, IDRIS FREDERICK (1916 -2008),scholar of German literature, writer and broadcaster .

PARRY, JAMES RHYS (Eos Eyas, i.e. ‘Eos Ewias ’; fl. 1570?-1625?), poet and author of a Welsh metrical version of the Psalms .

PARRY, JOHN (‘The Blind Harpist ’;1710? -1782), of Ruabon ;

PARRY, JOHN (1770 -1820), poet ;

PARRY, JOHN (1775 -1846),Calvinistic Methodist minister, man of letters, and editor ;

PARRY, JOHN (Bardd Alaw ;1776 -1851), musician ;

PARRY, JOHN (1812 -1874),Calvinistic Methodist minister, college tutor, and editor ;

PARRY, JOHN (1835 -1897), leader of the Anti-tithe movement from1886 onwards;

PARRY, JOHN HUMFFREYS or HUMPHREYS (1786 -1825), antiquary .

PARRY, JOSEPH (1744 -1826), painter and engraver ;

PARRY, JOSEPH (1841 -1903), musician .

PARRY, JOSHUA (1719 -1776),Nonconformist minister, and writer .

PARRY, MORRIS ( fl. 1661-1683), cleric and bard .

PARRY, OWEN HENRY ( HARRY PARRY ;1912 -1956), jazz musician ;

PARRY, RHISIART (1665? -1749), poet ;

PARRY, RICHARD (1560 -1623), bishop and biblical translator ;

PARRY, RICHARD (1710 -1763),poet, schoolmaster, and sexton , of Newborough, in Anglesey .

PARRY, RICHARD (Gwalchmai ;1803 -1897),Independent minister, poet, and man of letters ;

PARRY, ROBERT ( fl. 1540?-1612?), author and diarist ;

PARRY, ROBERT ( fl. 1810-1863), poet ;

PARRY, ROBERT (Robyn Ddu Eryri ;1804 -1892), poet ;

PARRY, ROBERT IFOR (1908 -1975), minister (Cong.) and school teacher .

PARRY, ROBERT WILLIAMS (1884 -1956),poet, univ. lecturer .

PARRY, SARAH WINIFRED (‘ Winnie Parry ’;1870 -1953),writer, and ed. of Cymru'r Plant from 1908 to 1912 .

PARRY,Sir THOMAS (d.1560), courtier ,

PARRY, THOMAS (d.1709), minister with the Particular Baptists

PARRY, THOMAS (Llanerchydd ; c. 1809 -1874), poet ;

PARRY,Sir THOMAS (1904 -1985),scholar, Librarian of the National Library of Wales, University Principal, poet .

PARRY, WILLIAM (d.1585), Roman Catholic conspirator ,

PARRY, WILLIAM (1719 -1775?),civil servant, secretary of the first Cymmrodorion Society ;

PARRY, WILLIAM (1743 -1791), portrait-painter ;

PARRY, WILLIAM (1754 -1819),Independent minister and tutor, and author ;

PARRY, WILLIAM JOHN (1842 -1927),Labour leader, and author ;

PARRY-WILLIAMS, AMY (1910 -1988), singer and author .

PARRY-WILLIAMS, DAVID EWART (1900 -1996), musician .

PARRY-WILLIAMS, HENRY (1858 -1925), schoolmaster and poet ;

PARRY-WILLIAMS,Sir THOMAS HERBERT (1887 -1975), author and scholar .

PASCOE,Sir FREDERICK JOHN (1893 -1963), industrialist ;

PAUL AURELIAN , saint , fl. late 5th cent.

PAULINUS ( PEULIN ), saint , fl. late 5th cent.

PAYNE, FRANCIS GEORGE ( FFRANSIS ) (1900 -1992), scholar and literary figure .

PAYNE, HENRY THOMAS (1759 -1832), cleric and ecclesiastical historian ;

PEARCE, EVAN WILLIAM (1870 -1957),minister (Presb.), and author ;

PEARSON, ARTHUR (1897 -1980), Labour politician .

PEATE, IORWERTH CYFEILIOG (1901 -1982),Curator of the Welsh Folk Museum, 1948-1971, scholar and poet .

PECOCK, REGINALD ( c. 1390 - c. 1461 ), bishop .

PENNANT (and DOUGLAS-PENNANT )family, of Penrhyn,Llandygâi, Caerns.

PENNANT, THOMAS (1726 -1798),naturalist, antiquary, traveller ;

PENNAR, ANDREAS MEIRION (1944 -2010), poet and scholar .

PENNY, ANNE ( fl. 1729-1780), author .

PENRY, DAVID (1660? -1722 ; DWB , 746).

PENRY, JOHN (1563 -1593), Puritan author ;

PENRY, JOHN (1854 -1883), missionary under the L.M.S. ;

PENSON, RICHARD KYRKE (1815? -1885), architect ;

PERKINS, WILLIAM ( fl. 1745-1776), Independent minister .

PERRI (or PARRY ), HENRY (1560/1 -1617 ) ofMaes Glas (Greenfield), Flints.

PERROT (FAMILY; DWB , 747-9).

PERROT(T), THOMAS ( DWB , 749-50).

PERRYN,Sir RICHARD (1723 -1803), judge ;

PERRY, STANLEY HOWARD HEDLEY (1911 -1995), professor of theology .

PERYF ap CEDIFOR WYDDEL ( fl. 1170), poet .

PETER, DAVID (1765 -1837), Congregational minister and academy principal ;

PETER, JOHN (Ioan Pedr ;1833 -1877),Independent minister and college tutor, and Welsh scholar ;

PETER of LEE (‘de Leia’) (d.1198), bishop of S. Davids .

PETERSON, JOHN CHARLES ( JACK PETERSEN ) (1911 -1990), boxer .

PETROC ( PEDROG ), saint , fl. 6th cent.

PETTINGALL, JOHN (1708 -1781), antiquary ;

PHAER (or PHAYER ), THOMAS (1510? -1560),lawyer, physician, and translator .

PHILIP ap RHYS ( fl. 1530), a Tudor organist and composer ,

PHILIPPS family, of Cwmgwili, Carmarthenshire .

PHILIPPS or PHILIPS family, of Treygbi near Cardigan, and of Porth-Einion, and later of Cardigan priory

PHILIPPS family, of Picton, Pembrokeshire .

PHILIPPS,Sir GRISMOND PICTON (1898 -1967), soldier and public figure ;

PHILIPPS,Sir IVOR (1861 -1940),soldier, politician and businessman .

PHILIPPS, JENKIN THOMAS (d.1755), tutor and author ;

PHILIPPS,Sir JOHN (1666? -1737), of Picton Castle, Pembrokeshire,religious, educational, and social reformer

PHILIPPS, JOHN WYNFORD, 1st Viscount St. Davids,13th Baronet, of Picton Castle , (1860 -1938 ) .

PHILIPPS, LAURENCE RICHARD, 1st. BARON MILFORD and 1st baronet (1874 -1962),philanthropist, industrialist, sportsman, and a member of one of the most prominent old gentry families of Pembrokeshire ;

PHILIPPS, OWEN COSBY, Baron Kylsant (1863 -1937), ship-owner .

PHILIPPS, WOGAN, 2nd Baron Milford (1902 -1993), politician and artist .

PHILLIMORE, EGERTON GRENVILLE BAGOT (1856 -1937), scholar .

PHILLIPPS,Sir THOMAS (1792 -1872 ). baronet(cr. 27 July 1821),antiquary, bibliophile, and collector of manuscripts, records, books, etc. ;

PHILLIPS, BENJAMIN (1750 -1839), Unitarian Baptist minister ,

PHILLIPS, CLIFFORD (1914 -1984), journalist .

PHILLIPS, DANIEL ( fl. 1680-1722), Independent minister ;

PHILLIPS, DANIEL (1826 -1905), minister (Congl.) and lecturer ;

PHILLIPS, DANIEL MYDRIM (1863 -1944),minister (CM), teacher and author .

PHILLIPS, DANIEL THOMAS (1842 -1905), Baptist minister and American consul ;

PHILLIPS, DAVID (1751 -1825), Unitarian minister ;

PHILLIPS, DAVID (1812 -1904),Calvinistic Methodist minister, poet and editor ;

PHILLIPS, DAVID (1874 -1951),minister (Presb.), philosopher and college principal ;

PHILLIPS, DAVID RHYS (1862 -1952), librarian ;

PHILLIPS, EDGAR (‘Trefîn ’;1889 -1962),tailor, school-teacher, poet, and Archdruid of Wales, 1960-62 ;

PHILLIPS, EDWARD (1716 - c. 1776 ), cleric ;

PHILLIPS, ELIZABETH ( fl. 1836), hymnwriter , of Penrhyn,Conway, Caerns.

PHILLIPS, EVAN (1829 -1912), Calvinistic Methodist minister ;

PHILLIPS, EVAN OWEN (1826 -1897), dean of S. Davids ;

PHILLIPS, HENRY (1719 -1789), Baptist minister ;

PHILLIPS, JAMES (1703 -1783), cleric and antiquarian .

PHILLIPS, JAMES (1847 -1907), historian of Pembrokeshire ;

PHILLIPS, JOHN (1810 -1867),Calvinistic Methodist minister and first principal of the Normal College, Bangor ;

PHILLIPS, JOHN (Tegidon ;1810 -1877 ) printer and poet ;

PHILLIPS, JOHN ROLAND (1844 -1887), historian ;

PHILLIPS, MORGAN (d.1570), Roman Catholic priest ;

PHILLIPS, MORGAN HECTOR (1885 -1953), headmaster ;

PHILLIPS, MORGAN WALTER (1902 -1963), general secretary of the Labour Party ;

PHILLIPS, PEREGRINE (1623 -1691), Puritan preacher; Independent ‘apostle of Pembrokeshire’ ;

PHILLIPS, PHILIP ESMONDE (1888 -1960), Rear Admiral ;

PHILLIPS, REGINALD WILLIAM (1854 -1926), botanist ;

PHILLIPS, SAMUEL LEVI (originally SAMUEL LEVI ) ( c. 1730 -1812), banker and jeweller ;

PHILLIPS, THOMAS (1760 -1851), surgeon and benefactor of education ;

PHILLIPS, THOMAS (1772 -1842),Congregational minister, and master of Neuadd-lwyd school, Cards. ;

PHILLIPS,Sir THOMAS (1801 -1867), barrister and author ;

PHILLIPS, THOMAS (1806 -1870),Calvinistic Methodist minister, and Welsh secretary of the British and Foreign Bible Society ;

PHILLIPS, THOMAS (1868 -1936), Baptist minister ;

PHILLIPS, THOMAS BEVAN (1898 -1991),minister, missionary and college principal .

PHILLIPS,Sir THOMAS WILLIAMS (1883 -1966), permanent secretary to the Ministry of Labour and National Service ;

PHILLIPS, WILLIAM (1822 -1905), botanist and antiquary ;

PHYLIP BRYDYDD ( fl. 1222), court poet .

PHYLIPIAD ARDUDWY ’ (‘thePhylipses of Ardudwy’), a group of Welsh poets who lived inArdudwy, Mer., in the16th and 17th cents.

PICTON,Sir THOMAS (1758 -1815), a soldier ;

PICTON-TURBERVILL, EDITH (1872 -1960), worker for women's causes and author ;

PIERCE, ELLIS (Elis o'r Nant ;1841 -1912), author of historical romances and bookseller ;

PIERCE, JOHN (1889 -1955),author, minister (Presb.) and schoolteacher ;

PIERCE, THOMAS JONES (1905 -1964), historian ;

PIERCE, THOMAS MORDAF (1867? -1919),Calvinistic Methodist minister, and author ;

PIERCE, WILLIAM (1853 -1928), Congregational minister and historian ;

PIERCY, BENJAMIN (1827 -1888), civil engineer ;

PIERCY, ROBERT (1825 -1894), civil engineer ;

PIOZZI, HESTER LYNCH (1741 -1821), author ,

PODE,Sir EDWARD JULIAN (1902 -1968), accountant and industrialist ;

POOLE, EDWIN (1851 -1895),journalist, printer, and local historian ;

POPKIN, JOHN ( fl. 1759-1824), Methodist and Sandemanian exhorter .

POWEL(L), RICHARD (1769 -1795), poet and schoolmaster , ofYsbyty Ifan, Denbs. ;

POWEL, ANTHONY ( c. 1560 -1618/19), gentleman and genealogist ,

POWEL, CHARLES (1712 -1796), antiquarian ,

POWEL, DAVID ( DWB , 770-1).

POWEL, JOHN or SION (d.1767), a weaver-poet

POWELL family, of Nanteos (and anciently of Llechwedd-dyrus), near Aberystwyth .

POWELL, DAVID (Dewi Nantbrân ; d.1781), Franciscan friar ,

POWELL, EDWARD (1478? -1540), Roman Catholic theologian ;

POWELL, EVAN (1721 -1785), of Llanfrynach near Brecon, a carpenter who wrote verse .

POWELL, GRIFFITH (1561 -1620),principal of Jesus College, Oxford ;

POWELL, HOWELL (d.1716), Congregational minister ;

POWELL, HOWELL (1819 -1875),Calvinistic Methodist minister in the U.S.A., and author ;

POWELL, JOHN .

POWELL,Sir JOHN (1633 -1696 ) ;

POWELL, JONATHAN (1764 -1823), Independent minister ;

POWELL, LEWIS (1788 -1869), Independent minister ;

POWELL, PHILIP (1594 -1646), O.S.B. ,

POWELL, RAYMOND (1928 -2001), Labour politician .

POWELL, RICE ( fl. 1641-1665), colonel in the Parliamentary army ;

POWELL, THOMAS , chartist ;

POWELL, THOMAS (1572? -1635?), attorney and author ;

POWELL, THOMAS (1608? -1660), cleric ;

POWELL, THOMAS (1779? -1863), coal-owner ;

POWELL, THOMAS (1781 -1842), Congregational minister and author ;

POWELL, VAVASOR (1617 -1670), Puritan divine ;

POWELL, WILLIAM (Gwilym Pennant ;1830 -1902), poet ;

POWELL, WILLIAM EIFION (1934 -2009), minister (Cong.) and college principal .

POWEL, MORGAN ( fl. c. 1563 ),poet, one of the Glamorgan writers of cwndidau , a cleric of Llanhari ;

POWEL, THOMAS (1845 -1922), Celtic scholar .

POWEL, WATCYN ( c. 1600 -1655),gentleman, bard, and genealogist , of Pen-y-fai inTir Iarll, Glam. ;

POWYS, JOHN COWPER (1872 -1963),novelist, poet, literary critic and popular philosopher ,

POYER, JOHN (d.1649), mayor of Pembroke,

PREECE,Sir WILLIAM HENRY (1834 -1913), electrical engineer ;

PRICE (FAMILY), Rhiwlas ; ( DWB ,781-2).

PRICE, BENJAMIN (Cymro Bach ;1792 -1854), Baptist minister and littérateur ;

PRICE, BENJAMIN (1804 -1896), first bishop of the ‘Free Church of England’ ;

PRICE, CHARLES (d.1646), ofPilleth, Rads., soldier and politician ,

PRICE, CHRISTOPHER (d.1697),apothecary, preacher, free-communion Baptist .

PRICE, DAVID ( fl. 1700-1742),Independent minister, and schoolmaster .

PRICE, DAVID (1762 -1835), Orientalist ;

PRICE, DAVID (Dewi Dinorwig ;1804 -1874), Congregational minister and writer ;

PRICE, EDWARD (1797 -1887), Calvinistic Methodist minister ;

PRICE, EDWARD MEREDITH (1816 -1898), musician ;

PRICE, HUGH (1495? -1574),founder and first benefactor of Jesus College, Oxford ;

PRICE, ISAAC (1735? -1805), Congregational minister ;

PRICE (or PRYS ),Sir JOHN (1502? -1555),notary public, the king's principal registrar in causes ecclesiastical, and secretary of the Council in Wales and the Marches .

PRICE ( PRICAEUS ), JOHN (1600? -1676), classical scholar and divine ;

PRICE, JOHN (1734 -1813 ) ( DWB , 787).

PRICE, JOHN (‘Old Price ’;1803 -1887),cleric, naturalist, and eccentric ;

PRICE, JOHN (1830 -1906),principal of the Normal College, Bangor , from 1891 to 1905 ;

PRICE, JOHN (1857 -1930), musician ;

PRICE, JOHN ARTHUR (1861 -1942), barrister and journalist ;

PRICE, JOSEPH TREGELLES (1784 -1854), Quaker and ironmaster ;

PRICE, OWEN (d.1671), Puritan schoolmaster ;

PRICE, PETER (1864 -1940), Independent minister ;

PRICE, RHYS (1807 -1869), Congregational minister ;

PRICE, RICHARD ( DWB , 789-90).

PRICE, ROBERT (1655 -1733), judge ;

PRICE, ROGER (1834 -1900),missionary under the London Missionary Society, and linguist ;

PRICE ( PRYS ), THEODORE (1570? -1631), prebendary of Westminster ;

PRICE, THOMAS (Carnhuanawc ;1787 -1848), historian and antiquary ;

PRICE, THOMAS (1809 -1892), musician ;

PRICE, THOMAS (1820 -1888), Baptist minister ;

PRICE, THOMAS ( TOM ) ;1852 -1909), Prime Minister of South Australia ;

PRICE, THOMAS (1857 -1925),composer, adjudicator and teacher of music ;

PRICE, THOMAS (MALDWYN) (1860 -1933), musician ;

PRICE THOMAS, CLEMENT (1893 -1973), pioneering surgeon .

PRICE, THOMAS SEBASTIAN [d.1704], Llanfyllin, antiquary and popish recusant .

PRICE, THOMAS WALTER (Cuhelyn ;1829 -1869), journalist and poet ;

PRICE, WATKIN WILLIAM (1873 -1967),schoolmaster, researcher ;

PRICE-WHITE, DAVID ARCHIBALD PRICE ( -1978), Conservative politician .

PRICE, WILLIAM (1597 -1646), cleric ;

PRICE, WILLIAM (1800 -1893 ; DWB , 794).

PRICHARD, CARADOG (1904 -1980), novelist and poet .

PRICHARD, JOHN (1796 -1875), Baptist minister and tutor ;

PRICHARD, JOHN (1817 -1886), architect ,

PRICHARD, JOHN (1821 -1889),Calvinistic Methodist minister, and author ;

PRICHARD ( PRISIART ), JOHN WILLIAM (1749 -1829), man of letters , who also called himself ‘ John Williams ’,

PRICHARD, RHYS ( DWB , 795-6).

PRICHARD, RICHARD (1811 -1882), Wesleyan minister ;

PRICHARD, ROWLAND HUW ( DWB , 799 under PRITCHARD ).

PRICHARD, THOMAS (1764 -1843), author ;

PRICHARD, THOMAS JEFFERY LLEWELYN (d.1875?), travelling actor and author ;

PRICHARD, WILLIAM (d.1713), Particular Baptist ,

PRICHARD, WILLIAM (1702 -1773), a celebrated early North Wales Nonconformist ;

PRITCHARD, CHARLES MEYRICK (1882 -1916), Wales and Newport Rugby forward ;

PRITCHARD, EDWARD (1839 -1900), civil engineer , of Selly Oak, Birmingham ;

PRITCHARD, EVAN (Ieuan Lleyn ;1769 -1832), poet .

PRITCHARD, JOHN THOMAS (1859 -1890), musician ;

PRITCHARD, MICHAEL ( c. 1709 -1733), poet ;

PRITCHARD, ROBERT ( fl. 1730-1738), poet and master mariner .

PRITCHETT , a clerical family in Pembrokeshire,

PROBERT, ARTHUR REGINALD (1909 -1975), Labour politician .

PROBERT, LEWIS (1837 -1908), Independent minister and college principal ;

PROBERT, WILLIAM (1790 -1870), Unitarian minister and author ;

PROGER ( PROGERS , PRODGER )family,

PROPERT, JOHN (1793 -1867),physician, founder of the Medical Benevolent College, Epsom ;

PROSSER, DAVID LEWIS (1868 -1950), archbishop ;

PROTHERO, CLIFFORD (Cliff) (1898 -1990), organiser of the Labour Party in Wales .

PROTHEROE, DANIEL (1866 -1934), musician .

PROTHERO, THOMAS (1780 -1853),solicitor, colliery proprietor, and influential citizen ofNewport, Mon.

PRYCE family, of Newtown Hall, Montgomeryshire .

PRYCE, FREDERICK NORMAN (1888 -1953), museum curator ;

PRYCE, JOHN (1828 -1903), dean of Bangor ;

PRYCE-JONES,Sir PRYCE ( PRYCE JONES until1887 ;1834 -1920), pioneer of mail order business ;

PRYCE, THOMAS (1833 -1904), antiquary ;

PRYCE, THOMAS MALDWYN (1949 -1977), racing driver .

PRYDDERCH, RHYS (1620? -1699), Independent minister and schoolmaster .

PRYDYDD BYCHAN, Y ( fl. 1220-1270), a poet of South Wales,

PRYSE(FAMILY),Gogerddan, Cards.

PRYS, EDMUND (1544 -1623),archdeacon of Merioneth, and poet .

PRYSE, JOHN (1826 -1883), printer and publisher .

PRYS, ELIS ( DWB , 805-6).

PRYSE, ROBERT JOHN (Gweirydd ap Rhys ;1807 -1889), man of letters ;

PRYS, JOHN (Philomath ;1739? -1786?), almanac maker .

PRYS, JOHN PRICHARD ( fl. c. 1704-1721 ), poet , of Eglwys-ael ( Llangadwaladr ) in Anglesey .

PRYS, OWEN (1857 -1934), Calvinistic Methodist minister and college principal ;

PRYS, SION (d.1640?), poet .

PRYS, STAFFORD (1732 -1784), bookseller and printer of books at Shrewsbury ;

PRYS ( PRICE ), THOMAS , of Plas Iolyn (1564? -1634), poet and adventurer ;

PRYTHERCH, WILLIAM (1804 -1888), Calvinistic Methodist minister ;

PUDDICOMBE, ANNE ADALISA (‘Allen Raine ’;1836 -1908), novelist ;

PUGH family, ofMathafarn, Mont.

PUGH, DAVID (1739 -[1816]), cleric ;

PUGH, EDWARD ( c. 1761 -1813), miniature and landscape painter ;

PUGH, EDWARD CYNOLWYN (1883 -1962),minister (Presb.), author and musician ;

PUGHE, JOHN (Ioan ab Hu Feddyg ;1814 -1874), physician and littérateur .

PUGH, ELLIS (1656 -1718), Quaker ;

PUGHE, WILLIAM OWEN (1759 -1835),lexicographer, grammarian, editor, antiquary, and poet .

PUGH, FRANCIS (1720 -1811), early Welsh Methodist and Moravian ;

PUGH, HUGH (1794/5 -1865), master mariner ;

PUGH, HUGH (1779 -1809), Independent minister ;

PUGH, HUGH (1803 -1868), schoolmaster and Independent minister ;

PUGH,Sir IDWAL VAUGHAN (1918 -2010),civil servant, Parliamentary Commissioner for Administration (Ombudsman) (1976-79) .

PUGH, JOHN (1744 -1799), Evangelical cleric ;

PUGH, JOHN (Ieuan Awst ;1783 -1839), lawyer and poet ;

PUGH, JOHN (1846 -1907),Calvinistic Methodist minister, founder and first superintendent of the C.M. Forward Movement ;

PUGH, LEWIS HENRY OWAIN (1907 -1981), soldier .

PUGH, PHILIP (1679 -1760), Independent minister ;

PUGH, ROBERT (1749 -1825), cleric ;

PUGH, WILLIAM (1783 -1842), ofBryn-llywarch, Mont., Radical landlord and entrepreneur ,

PUGH, WILLIAM JOHN (1892 -1974), Director of Geological Survey of Great Britain .

PULESTON family, of Emral, Plas-ym-mers, Hafod-y-wern, Llwynycnotiau, Caernarvon, etc.

PULESTON, JOHN ( c. 1583 -1659), judge ,

PULESTON,Sir JOHN HENRY (1829 -1908), banker and Member of Parliament ;

PURNELL, THOMAS (1834 -1889), author ;

PUW ( PUE , PUGH )family, ofPenrhyn Creuddyn, Caerns. ; a prominent Roman Catholic family ;

PYRKE, JOHN (1755 -1834), the third of the Usk japanners .