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EAMES, MARION GRIFFITH ( WILLIAMS, GWLADYS MARION GRIFFITH ) (1921 -2007), historical novelist .

EAMES, ROLANT (1750 -1825), musician ;

EAMES, WILLIAM (1874 -1958), journalist ;

EDDOWES, JOSHUA (1724 -1811), printer and bookseller at Shrewsbury ;

EDERN DAFOD AUR (‘Edern of the Golden Tongue’), the person who, according to some manuscripts of the 16th cent., made a small dosbarth (arrangement or grammar) of the orthography of the Welsh language and of the form of words .

EDGEWORTH, ROGER (d.1560), Roman Catholic divine ;

EDISBURY family, of Bedwal, Marchwiel, Pentre-clawdd, and Erddig ( Denbs. ).

EDMONDES, CHARLES GRESFORD (1838 -1893), archdeacon and college principal ;

EDMUNDS, MARY ANNE (1813 -1858 ) .

EDMUNDS, WILLIAM (1827 -1875),cleric, schoolmaster, and man of letters ;

EDNYFED FYCHAN ( EDNYFED ap CYNWRIG ) and his descendants .

EDNYFED, SION , musician ;

EDNYFED, WILLIAM , ‘crowder’ .

EDWARD ab IFAN , harpist ;

EDWARD ap HYWEL ap GRUFFYDD ( fl. 15th cent.), writer of cywyddau .

EDWARD ap ROGER (16th cent.), collector of manuscripts and poet .

EDWARDES, DAVID ( c. 1630 -1690), landowner and deputy-herald ,

EDWARDES, DAVID EDWARD (1832 -1898), translator .

EDWARD GRYTHOR , i.e. Edward the ‘crowder.’

EDWARD MAELOR ( fl. c. 1580-1620 ), poet .

EDWARDS family, of Cilhendre and Plas Yolyn ( Salop ).

EDWARDS or EDWARDES family, ofChirkland, Denbs., Pembrokeshire, and Kensington .

EDWARDS family, ofStansty, Denbs.

EDWARDS, ALFRED GEORGE (1848 -1937), first archbishop of Wales ;

EDWARDS, ARTHUR TRYSTAN (1884 -1973), architect and pioneer town planner .

EDWARDS, ARTHUR TUDOR (1890 -1946), surgeon ;

EDWARDS, CHARLES (1628 —after 1691), Puritan man of letters .

EDWARDS, CHARLES ALFRED (1882 -1960), metallurgist and principal of University College of Swansea ;

EDWARDS, DAVID (1660 -1716), Independent minister .

EDWARDS, DAVID (1858 -1916), journalist ;

EDWARDS, DAVID MIALL (1873 -1941), theologian and writer ;

EDWARDS, DOROTHY (1903 -1934), novelist ;

EDWARDS, EBENEZER (1824 -1901), Baptist minister in Wales and the U.S.A. ;

EDWARDS, EDWARD (1726? -1783?), cleric and scholar .

EDWARDS, EDWARD (1741 -1820), cleric and antiquary ,

EDWARDS, EDWARD (1803 -1879), marine zoologist ;

EDWARDS, EDWARD (Pencerdd Ceredigion ;1816 -1897), musician .

EDWARDS, ELLIS (1844 -1915), Calvinistic Methodist minister and principal of Bala Theological College ;

EDWARDS, EVAN (1734 -1766), harpist ;

EDWARDS, FANNY WINIFRED (1876 -1959),schoolteacher, children's writer, and dramatist ;

EDWARDS Sir FRANCIS (1852 -1927), baronet and M.P. ;

EDWARDS, GEORGE ROWLAND (1810 -1894), soldier and enlightened landowner ;

EDWARDS, GRIFFITH (Gutyn Padarn ;1812 -1893),cleric, poet and antiquary ;

EDWARDS, GWILYM ARTHUR (1881 -1963),minister (Presb.), principal of the Theological College, Aberystwyth, and author ;

EDWARDS, HENRY THOMAS (1837 -1884), dean of Bangor .

EDWARDS, HUMPHREY (1730 -1788), physician and apothecary ;

EDWARDS, HUW THOMAS (1892 -1970), trade union leader and politician ;

EDWARDS,Sir IFAN ab OWEN (1895 -1970 )lecturer, founder of Urdd Gobaith Cymru .

EDWARDS, JOHN ( fl. second half of 17th cent.),preacher and ‘strict’ Baptist of Abergavenny, and by trade a shoemaker .

EDWARDS, JOHN (‘Siôn Treredyn ’;1606? - c. 1660? ), cleric and translator .

EDWARDS, JOHN (1692? -1774), parish clerk and poet ;

EDWARDS, JOHN (‘Siôn y Potiau ’;1699? -1776 ); translator and poet ;

EDWARDS, JOHN (Siôn Ceiriog ;1747 -1792), bard and orator .

EDWARDS, JOHN (1755 -1823), Calvinistic Methodist exhorter ;

EDWARDS,Sir JOHN (1770 -1850), baronet and M.P. ;

EDWARDS, JOHN (1799 -1873?), musician ;

EDWARDS, JOHN (Eos Glan Twrch ;1806 -1887), poet and prose-writer .

EDWARDS, JOHN (Meiriadog ;1813 -1906), poet and editor ;

EDWARDS, JOHN (1882 -1960), politician and barrister ;

EDWARDS, JOHN DAVID (1805 -1885), cleric and musician .

EDWARDS,Sir JOHN GORONWY (1891 -1976), historian .

EDWARDS, JOHN HUGH (1869 -1945), politician and writer ;

EDWARDS, JOHN KELT (1875 -1934), artist .

EDWARDS, JOHN MENLOVE (1910 -1958), rock climber ;

EDWARDS, JONATHAN (1629 -1712), cleric and controversialist .

EDWARDS, JOSEPH (1814 -1882), sculptor ;

EDWARDS, LEWIS (1809 -1887), for fifty yearsprincipal of Bala Calvinistic Methodist College, teacher and theologian .

EDWARDS, MILES (1743 -1808 ); Baptist minister ;

EDWARDS, MORGAN (1722 -1795 ); Baptist minister and historian ;

EDWARDS, NESS (1897 -1968), trade unionist and Member of Parliament ;

EDWARDS,Sir OWEN MORGAN (1858 -1920), man of letters .

EDWARDS, PETER (PERCY) ; (‘Pedr Alaw’,1854 -1934 ; DWB , 193).

EDWARDS, RICHARD ( fl. 1840-1884), Baptist minister and editor of Welsh-American periodicals ;

EDWARDS, RICHARD (1628 -1704), of Nanhoron in Llŷn, Puritan squire .

EDWARDS, RICHARD FOULKES (Rhisiart Ddu o Wynedd ;1836 -1870), poet ;

EDWARDS, ROBERT (Robin Ddu o Feirion ;1775 -1805), poet and antiquary ,

EDWARDS, ROBERT (1796 -1862), musician .

EDWARDS, ROGER (1811 -1886), Calvinistic Methodist minister ;

EDWARDS, SYDENHAM TEAST (1768 -1819), botanical and animal draughtsman .

EDWARDS, THOMAS (Arfona ; fl. c. 1824 ), poet .

EDWARDS, THOMAS (Caerfallwch ;1779? -1858), lexicographer ;

EDWARDS, THOMAS (1649 -1700), of Rhual, Flints., Puritan controversialist .

EDWARDS, THOMAS (1652 -1721), cleric and Coptic scholar ;

EDWARDS, THOMAS (Twm o'r Nant ;1739 -1810), poet and writer of interludes ;

EDWARDS, THOMAS (Gwynedd ;1844 -1924 ); cleric and eisteddfodwr ;

EDWARDS, THOMAS (Cynonfardd ;1848 -1927), Independent minister and eisteddfodwr ;

EDWARDS, THOMAS CHARLES (1837 -1900),Calvinistic Methodist minister, exegete and preacher .

EDWARDS, THOMAS DAVID ( 1874 -1930), musician .

EDWARDS, WILLIAM (1719 -1789),Independent minister, and architect .

EDWARDS, WILLIAM (1773 -1853), hymnwriter .

EDWARDS, WILLIAM (Gwilym Padarn ;1786 -1857), poet .

EDWARDS, WILLIAM (1790 -1855),Gwilym Callestr (but much better known as ‘Wil Ysgeifiog’), poet ;

EDWARDS, WILLIAM (Cymro Gwyllt ;1826 -1884), stonemason and musician ;

EDWARDS, WILLIAM (1848 -1929), Baptist college principal ;

EDWARDS, WILLIAM (1851 -1940), H.M. inspector of schools ;

EDWARDS, WILLIAM CAMDEN (1777 -1855), engraver ,

EDWARDS,Sir WILLIAM RICE (1862 -1923),surgeon, director-general, Indian Medical Service ;

EDWARDS, WILLIAM ROBERT (Glanllafar ;1858 -1921),Congregational minister, poet, and littérateur ;

EDWARDS, WILLIAM THOMAS (1821 -1915), physician and prime mover in the establishment of the Cardiff Medical School .

EDWARDS, WILLIAM THOMAS (Gwilym Deudraeth ;1863 -1940), poet ;

EDWART ap RAFF ( fl. 1578-1606), a Denbighshire poet .

EDWART URIEN ( fl. early 17th cent.), poet .

EDWIN family, of Llanfihangel or‘Llanmihangel’, Glam.

EDWIN (d.1073), prince of Tegeingl .

EINION ap COLLWYN ( fl. 1100?),

EINION ap GWALCHMAI ( fl. 1203-1223), poet .

EINION ap GWGON ( c. 1215 ), one of the poets of the Age of the Princes .

EINION ap MADOG ap RHAHAWD ( c. 1237 ), one of the poets of the Age of the Princes .

EINION OFFEIRIAD ( c. 1320 ), the person whose name is associated with the earliest Welsh grammar or metrical grammar which we possess

EINION WAN ( fl. 1230-1245), poet .

ELEANOR DE MONTFORT (c. 1258 -1282), princess and diplomat .

ELFODD , bishop (d.809),

ELIAS, JOHN (1774 -1841),Calvinistic Methodist minister, and famous preacher .

ELIAS, JOHN ROOSE (Y Thesbiad ;1819 -1881), poet and prose writer ,

ELIAS, THOMAS (Bardd Coch ;1792 -1855), Calvinistic Methodist minister and hymn-writer ;

ELIAS, WILLIAM (1708 -1787), poet .

ELIDIR SAIS , a poet of theend of the 12th cent. and the first half of the 13th.

ELIS ap SION ap MORYS ( fl. 15th cent.), bard ,

ELIS CYNFRIG ( fl. 1580-1620), poet ;

ELIS DRWYNHIR ( c. 1600? ), a poet

ELISE JOHN Y GWEHYDD (The weaver) (n.d.), poet ;

ELIS GOCH (n.d.), poet ;

ELLI , saint ( fl. 6th cent. ).

ELLICE ( ELLIS ), ROBERT ( fl. 1640), Royalist soldier ,

ELLIOT,Sir GEORGE (1815 -1893),BARONET, owner and developer of coalmines ;

ELLIS family, of Bron y Foel and Ystumllyn,Ynyscynhaearn, Caerns.

ELLIS, DAVID (1736 -1795),cleric, poet, translator, and transcriber of manuscripts ;

ELLIS, EDWARD (1842? -1892),Baptist minister, soldier, and editor of a Baptist newspaper in U.S.A. ;

ELLIS, EDWARD LEWIS (1922 -2008), historian and biographer .

ELLIS, ELLIS ab ( fl. 1685-1726), cleric and poet .

ELLIS, ELLIS OWEN (‘Ellis Bryn-coch ';1813 -1861), artist .

ELLIS, GRIFFITH (1844 -1913), Calvinistic Methodist minister .

ELLIS-GRIFFITH,Sir ELLIS (JONES) (1860 -1926), barrister and M.P.

ELLIS, HUW (1714 -1774), harpist ;

ELLIS, JOHN (d.1665), cleric and quasi-Puritan .

ELLIS, JOHN (1674 -1735), cleric and antiquary ;

ELLIS, JOHN (1760 -1839), saddler and musician .

ELLIS, JOHN GRIFFITH (1723/4 -1805), Methodist exhorter .

ELLIS, LEWIS (1761 -1823), musician ;

ELLIS, MORGAN ALBERT (1832 -1901), Welsh-American preacher and editor ;

ELLIS, PHILIP CONSTABLE (1822 -1900), cleric ,

ELLIS, REES ( fl. 1714), bard .

ELLIS, RICHARD (1775 -1855), musician ;

ELLIS, RICHARD (1784 -1824), excise officer and musician ;

ELLIS, RICHARD (1865 -1928), librarian and bibliophile ( DWB , 210-1) ;

ELLIS, ROBERT (Llyfnwy ;1805 -1872), parish clerk (1829-72) and poet .

ELLIS, ROBERT (1808 -1881), Calvinistic Methodist minister ;

ELLIS, ROBERT (Cynddelw ;1812 -1875),Baptist minister, preacher, poet, antiquary, and commentator .

ELLIS, ROBERT (1817 -1893), musician ;

ELLIS, ROBERT MORTON STANLEY (1898 -1966 )minister (Presb.), and author ;

ELLIS, ROWLAND (1650 -1731), Welsh-American Quaker ;

ELLIS, ROWLAND (1841 -1911), bishop of Aberdeen and Orkney ;

ELLIS, SAMUEL (1803 -1852), engineer ;

ELLIS SION SIAMS ( fl. 17th cent.), a harpist

ELLIS, TECWYN (1918 -2012),educationalist, scholar and author .

ELLIS, THOMAS (Eos Tegeingl, or ‘Thomas Ellis of Caerwys’, fl. 1824), poet .

ELLIS, THOMAS (1711/12 -1792), cleric ,

ELLIS, THOMAS ( c. 1819 -1856), Orientalist ;

ELLIS, THOMAS (1625 -1673), cleric and antiquary .

ELLIS, THOMAS EDWARD (1859 -1899), M.P. for Merioneth (1886-99) and chief Liberal whip (1894-5) .

ELLIS, THOMAS IORWERTH (1899 -1970), educationalist and author ;

ELLIS, THOMAS PETER (1873 -1936), judge (I.C.S.) and authority on Punjab customary law and medieval Welsh law .

ELLIS, WILLIAM (Gwilym ab Elis ;1752 -1810), hymn-writer and balladist , of Bala ;

ELSTAN (or ELYSTAN) GLODRYDD , founder of the fifth of the ‘royal tribes’ of Wales ,

ELWYN-EDWARDS, DILYS (1918 -2012), composer .

EMANUEL, HYWEL DAVID (1921 -1970), librarian and Medieval Latin scholar ;

EMERY, FRANK VIVIAN (1930 -1987), historical geographer .

EMMANUEL, IVOR LEWIS (1927 -2007), singer and actor .

EMRYS-ROBERTS, EDWARD (1878 -1924), first professor of pathology and bacteriology at the Welsh National School of Medicine .

ENDERBIE, PERCY c. 1606 -1670, historian and antiquary .

ENOCH, SAMUEL IFOR (1914 -2001), minister (Presbyterian) and theological professor .

ERBERY, WILLIAM (1604 -1654), Puritan and Independent ;

OUDOCEUS (EUDDOGWY ), saint , fl.late 6th cent.

EUTUN, OWAIN ( c. 15th cent. ), bard .

EVAN(S), EDWARD (1716 -1798), Presbyterian minister and poet ;

EVAN(S), JAMES (Carneinion ;1814 -1842),Trefgarn, Pembs.,Congregationalist lay preacher, and author

EVAN(S), LEWIS (1720 -1792), one of the earliest Calvinistic Methodist exhorters in North Wales ;

EVAN, EVAN DAFYDD ( fl. 1771-9), an early Methodist exhorter

EVANS , GRIFFITH , and OAKELEY , families, Tan-y-bwlch,Maentwrog, Mer.

EVANS , a family of printers at Machynlleth, Barmouth, and Carmarthen .

EVANS, ALBERT OWEN (1864 -1937), archdeacon of Bangor ;

EVANS, ALCWYN CARYNI (1828 -1902), antiquary .

EVANS, ALFRED THOMAS (‘Fred ’ ‘Menai ’) (1914 —1987), Labour politician .

EVANS, ARISE ( sic for A-Rice = Ap Rice , Ap Rhys ) ( fl. 1607-1660), prognosticator ;

EVANS, ARTHUR (1755 -1837), Calvinistic Methodist minister ;

EVANS, BENJAMIN (1740 -1821), Independent minister .

EVANS, BENJAMIN (1816 -1886), Baptist minister and author ;

EVANS, BENJAMIN (Telynfab ;1844 -1900), Baptist minister and author ;

EVANS, BERIAH GWYNFE (1848 -1927), journalist and dramatist ;

EVANS, CADWALADR (1664 -1745), Pennsylvanian Welsh Quaker ;

EVANS, CARADOC (1878 -1945), author ;

EVANS, CHRISTMAS (1766 -1838), Baptist minister .

EVANS, DANIEL (1774 -1835), Congregational minister ;

EVANS, DANIEL (Daniel Ddu o Geredigion ;1792 -1846), cleric and poet ;

EVANS, DANIEL (Eos Dâr ;1846 -1915), musician ;

EVANS, DANIEL SILVAN (1818 -1903),cleric, translator, editor, and lexicographer .

EVANS, DANIEL SIMON (1921 -1998), Welsh scholar .

EVANS, DAVID ( fl. 1750), poet ,

EVANS, DAVID ( fl. 1710?-1745?), an earlyIndependent minister in the Welsh Tract, etc., Pennsylvania, and author .

EVANS, DAVID (1705 -1788),cleric, author, and musician ;

EVANS, DAVID (1740 -1790), Baptist minister atDolau, Rads. ;

EVANS, DAVID (1744 -1821), Baptist minister .

EVANS, DAVID (1778 -1866), Baptist minister , known as ‘ Dafydd Evans , Ffynnonhenry,’

EVANS, DAVID (1793 -1861), glass stainer .

EVANS, DAVID (Dewi Haran ;1812 -1885),auctioneer, valuer, land agent, and poet

EVANS, DAVID (‘ the second ’ ;1814 -1847), Wesleyan minister .

EVANS, DAVID (Dewi Dawel ;1814 -1891),tailor, publican, and poet ;

EVANS, DAVID (1830 -1910), archdeacon of S. Asaph ;

EVANS, DAVID (1842 -1914), Congregational minister ;

EVANS, DAVID (1874 -1948), musician ;

EVANS, DAVID (1879 -1965), public servant and hymn-writer .

EVANS, DAVID (1886 -1968), Professor of German and author ;

EVANS, DAVID CLEDLYN (1858 -1940),schoolmaster, geologist, antiquary ;

EVANS, DAVID DAVIES (1787 -1858), Baptist minister and editor ;

EVANS, DAVID DELTA (‘Dewi Hiraddug ’;1866 -1948),journalist, author and Unitarian minister ;

EVANS, DAVID EMLYN (1843 -1913), musician .

EVANS,Sir DAVID EMRYS (1891 -1966), educationist and translator ;

EVANS, DAVID GWILYM LLOYD (1933 -1990), cricketer and cricket umpire .

EVANS, DAVID JOHN (1884 -1965), minister (Presb.) and author ;

EVANS, DAVID LEWIS (1813 -1902), Unitarian minister and tutor ;

EVANS, DAVID LLOYD (1861 -1912),shopkeeper, traveller, and musician ;

EVANS, DAVID MEYRICK (1827 -1870), Baptist minister ;

EVANS,Sir DAVID OWEN (1876 -1945),barrister, industrialist and politician ;

EVANS, DAVID PUGH (1866 -1897), musician .

EVANS, DAVID TECWYN (1876 -1957), Meth. minister ;

EVANS, DAVID THOMAS GRUFFYDD, Baron Evans of Claughton (1928 -1992), solicitor and politician .

EVANS,Sir DAVID TREHARNE (1849 -1907),lord mayor of London, head of the firm of Richard Evans and Co., trimming manufacturers ;

EVANS, DAVID TUDOR (1822 -1896), journalist ;

EVANS, DAVID TYSSIL (1853 -1918),Congregational minister, and professor at Cardiff University College ;

EVANS, EBENEZER GWYN (1898 -1958), minister (Presb.) ;

EVANS, EDMUND (1791 -1864), Wesleyan preacher ;

EVANS, EDWARD (b.1582 ) theologian ;

EVANS, EDWARD (Heman Gwent ;1823 -1878), musician ;

EVANS, ELLEN (1891 -1953),principal of the Glamorgan Training College, Barry ;

EVANS, ELLIS (1786 -1864), Baptist minister and author ;

EVANS, ELLIS HUMPHREY (Hedd Wyn ;1887 -1917), poet

EVANS, EMYR ESTYN (1905 -1989), geographer .

EVANS, ERNEST (1885 -1965),county court judge, M.P. ;

EVANS, EVAN ( fl. end of 18th cent.), a skilful player on the triple harp .

EVANS, EVAN (1671 -1721), cleric and missioner in Pennsylvania ;

EVANS, EVAN (Ieuan Fardd orIeuan Brydydd Hir 1731 -1788),scholar, poet, and cleric ;

EVANS, EVAN (1758 -1828), Calvinistic Methodist minister ;

EVANS, EVAN (1773 -1827), Baptist minister ;

EVANS, EVAN (Ieuan Glan Geirionydd ;1795 -1855), cleric and poet

EVANS, EVAN (1804 -1886), Independent minister and author ;

EVANS, EVAN (later Sir EVAN VINCENT EVANS ) (1851 -1934),eisteddfodwr, and secretary of the Honourable Society of Cymmrodorion ;

EVANS, EVAN (1882 -1965), businessman ;

EVANS, EVAN HERBER (1836 -1896), Independent minister and college principal .

EVANS, EVAN JENKIN (1882 -1944), physicist and university professor ;

EVANS, EVAN JOHN (1827 -1891), Hebraist and college tutor ;

EVANS, EVAN KERI (1860 -1941), minister (Congl.) ;

EVANS, EVAN WILLIAM (1827? -1874), mathematician .

EVANS, EVAN WILLIAM (1860 -1925), editor and publisher ;

EVANS, FREDERICK (Ednyfed ;1840 -1897), Baptist minister ;

EVANS, GEORGE EWART (1909 -1988), writer and oral historian .

EVANS, GEORGE EYRE (1857 -1939), Unitarian minister and antiquary ,

EVANS, GEORGE PRICHARD (1820 -1874), Baptist minister and schoolmaster ;

EVANS, GRIFFITH (1835 -1935),microscopist, bacteriologist, and pioneer of protozoon pathology .

EVANS,Sir GRIFFITH HUMPHREY PUGH (1840 -1902), barrister in India ;

EVANS, GRIFFITH IFOR (1889 -1966), surgeon and pioneer of the Christian Faith Healing Movement in Wales ;

EVANS, GRUFFYDD (1866 -1930), cleric and antiquary ;

EVANS, GWYNFOR RICHARD (1912 -2005), Welsh nationalist and politician .

EVANS, HAROLD MEURIG (1911 -2010),teacher, lexicographer .

EVANS, HARRY (1873 -1914), musician ;

EVANS, HENRY (‘Harri Evan William ’; fl. end of 17th cent.), poet and translator ;

EVANS, HENRY ( fl. 1787-1839), Arminian Baptist minister .

EVANS, HENRY TOBIT (1844 -1908),schoolmaster, journalist, and author .

EVANS, HENRY WILLIAM (1840 -1919), labour leader and author in U.S.A. ;

EVANS, HORACE, 1st. BARON EVANS of MERTHYR TYDFIL (1903 -1963), physician ;

EVANS, HOWELL THOMAS (1877 -1950), historian and schoolmaster ;

EVANS, HUGH (d.1656), General (i.e. Arminian) Baptist .

EVANS, HUGH (1712 -1781), Baptist minister and Academy tutor .

EVANS, HUGH (Hywel Eryri ;1767 -1841?), poet ;

EVANS, HUGH (1790 -1853), veterinary surgeon and musician ;

EVANS, HUGH (1854 -1934), author and publisher ;

EVANS, IFOR (IVOR) LESLIE (1897 -1952),principal of the University College of Wales, Aberystwyth ;

EVANS, IOAN LYONEL (1927 -1984), Labour politician .

EVANS, JAMES (1866 -1931), Calvinistic Methodist minister and author .

EVANS, JAMES THOMAS (1878 -1950),principal of the Baptist College, Bangor ;

EVANS, JANET (c.1894 -1970), journalist and civil servant ;

EVANS, JENKIN (1674 -1709), Independent minister ;

EVANS, JOHN (1651? -1724), bishop of Bangor and later of Meath ,

EVANS, JOHN ( c. 1680 -1730), Presbyterian minister and theologian .

EVANS, JOHN (d.1779),Evangelical cleric, translator, and commentator ;

EVANS, JOHN (1737? -1784), Methodist exhorter ;

EVANS, JOHN (‘Y Bardd Cocos ’;1827? -1888), eccentric and poetaster .

EVANS, JOHN (1628 -1700), Puritan schoolmaster and divine .

EVANS, JOHN (1702 -1782), cleric and anti-Methodist ;

EVANS, JOHN (1723 -1795), cartographer .

EVANS, JOHN (1723 -1817), ‘of Bala’, Calvinistic Methodist exhorter .

EVANS, JOHN (1756 -1846), surgeon ;

EVANS, JOHN (1767 -1827), Baptist minister and head of a school at Islington ;

EVANS, JOHN (1768 - c. 1812 ), topographical writer ;

EVANS, JOHN (1770 -1799), explorer .

EVANS, JOHN (1770 -1851),land surveyor, schoolmaster, and musician ;

EVANS, JOHN (1779 -1847),cleric, afterwards Calvinistic Methodist minister .

EVANS, JOHN (Ioan Tachwedd ;1790 -1856), poet and Wesleyan minister .

EVANS, JOHN (1796 -1861), schoolmaster .

EVANS, JOHN (‘I. D. Ffraid ’ or ‘Adda Jones ’;1814 -1875), Calvinistic Methodist minister and author .

EVANS, JOHN (1815 -1891), archdeacon of Merioneth

EVANS, JOHN (1830 -1917),Calvinistic Methodist minister, and biographer .

EVANS, JOHN (1840 -1897), Wesleyan minister ;

EVANS, JOHN (1858 -1963 );minister (Congl.) and professor at the Memorial College, Brecon ;

EVANS, JOHN CASTELL (1844 -1909), science teacher .

EVANS, JOHN CEREDIG (1855 -1936),Calvinistic Methodist missionary, tutor, and author ;

EVANS, JOHN DANIEL (1862 -1943), a pioneer in Patagonia ;

EVANS, JOHN EMRYS (1853 -1931), South African banker ;

EVANS, JOHN GWENOGVRYN (1852 -1930), palaeographer ,

EVANS, JOHN HUGH (Cynfaen ;1833 -1886), Wesleyan Minister .

EVANS, JOHN JAMES (1894 -1965), teacher and writer ;

EVANS, JOHN JOHN (1862 -1942), journalist ;

EVANS, JOHN RHAIADORE (1790? -1850? ); surgeon ;

EVANS, JOHN RICHARDS (1882 -1969), minister (Presb.) and author ;

EVANS, JOHN SILAS (1864 -1953), priest and astronomer ;

EVANS, JOHN VICTOR (1895 -1957), barrister-at-law ;

EVANS, JOHN YOUNG (1865 -1941),minister (Presb.), professor at Trefeca College and afterwards at the Theological College, Aberystwyth ;

EVANS, JONAH (1836 -1896),preparatory school tutor, and minister (Congl.) ;

EVANS, JOSEPH (1832 -1909), Calvinistic Methodist minister .

EVANS, LEWIS ( c. 1700 -1756), cartographer ;

EVANS, LEWIS (1755 -1827), mathematician ;

EVANS, LEWIS PUGH (1881 -1962),soldier and public figure, Brigadier General, VC, CB, CMG, DSO .

EVANS, LLEWELLYN IOAN (originally Ioan Llewelyn Evans ? ) (1833 -1892), Biblical scholar .

EVANS, MALDWYN LEWIS (‘MAL’) (1937 -2009), champion bowler .

EVANS, MARY (1735 -1789), an impostor , known in her day as ‘Whitemantle ’ (y Fantell Wen),

EVANS (née FRANCIS ), MARY JANE (‘Llaethferch ’;1888 -1922), elocutionist ;

EVANS, MAURICE (1765 -1831), Evangelical cleric ;

EVANS, MORGAN (Cynllo Maesyfed orCynllo Maelienydd ;1777? -1843), cleric and poet ;

EVANS, MORRIS EDDIE (1890 -1984), composer .

EVANS, OWEN (1808 -1865), Unitarian minister and schoolmaster ;

EVANS, OWEN (1829 -1920), Congregational minister and author ;

EVANS, PETER MAELOR (1817 -1878), publisher ;

EVANS, PHILIP (1645 -1679),priest, of the Society of Jesus, and martyr ;

EVANS, RHYS (1835 -1917), musician ;

EVANS, RICHARD HUMPHREYS (1904 -1995), Calvinistic Methodist minister and professor of theology .

EVANS, RICHARD THOMAS (1892 -1962), Baptist minister and administrator ;

EVANS, ROBERT ( fl. c. 1750 ), poet .

EVANS, ROBERT (‘Cybi ’;1871 -1956 )poet, writer, and bookseller ;

EVANS, ROBERT TROGWY (1824 -1901), Congregational minister and author ;

EVANS, SAMUEL (1777 -1833), Independent minister ;

EVANS, SAMUEL (Gomerydd ;1793 -1856), editor ;

EVANS, SAMUEL (1859 -1935),chairman of the Crown Mine, Johannesburg, educational pioneer .

EVANS, SAMUEL JAMES (1870 -1938),schoolmaster, educationalist, and author ;

EVANS,Sir SAMUEL THOMAS (1859 -1918), politician and judge .

EVANS, STEPHEN (1818 -1905), Cymmrodor ;

EVANS, THEOPHILUS (1693 -1767),cleric, historian, and man of letters ;

EVANS, THOMAS, or THOMAS ab IFAN ( fl. 1596-1633), poet and transcriber of manuscripts .

EVANS, THOMAS (1714? -1779), Independent minister ;

EVANS, THOMAS (1625 -1688), Baptist minister ;

EVANS, THOMAS (1739 -1803), and EVANS, THOMAS (1742 -1784), two London booksellers ,

EVANS, THOMAS (‘Tomos Glyn Cothi ’;1764 -1833), Unitarian minister [the first specifically Unitarian minister in Wales] ;

EVANS, THOMAS (Telynog ;1840 -1865), poet ;

EVANS, THOMAS (1844 -1922), Congregational minister ;

EVANS, THOMAS (1897 -1963),alderman, education and hospital administrator ;

EVANS, THOMAS CHRISTOPHER (Cadrawd ;1846 -1918), antiquary and folk-lorist .

EVANS, THOMAS HOPKIN (1879 -1940), musician ;

EVANS, THOMAS JOHN (1863 -1932), journalist ;

EVANS, THOMAS JOHN (1894 -1965), local government officer and an administrator within the Baptist denomination .

EVANS, THOMAS PENRY (1839 -1888), Congregational minister ;

EVANS, TIM (1877 -1939), artist ;

EVANS, TITUS (1809 -1864), Unitarian minister and schoolmaster ;

EVANS, TOM VALENTINE (1861 -1935), Baptist minister ;

EVANS, TREBOR LLOYD (1909 -1979), minister (Indepedent) and author .

EVANS, WALTER JENKIN (1856 -1927), principal of Carmarthen Presbyterian College ;

EVANS, WILLIAM ( fl. 1768-1776),Presbyterian minister, and lexicographer .

EVANS, WILLIAM (d.1589/90), a well-born cleric ;

EVANS, WILLIAM (d.1718), Dissenting minister and academy tutor .

EVANS, WILLIAM (1716 -1770), Independent minister ;

EVANS, WILLIAM (1734 -1805), early Calvinistic Methodist exhorter .

EVANS, WILLIAM (1779 -1854), Wesleyan minister ;

EVANS, WILLIAM (1795 -1891), Calvinistic Methodist minister .

EVANS, WILLIAM (1800 -1880), hymnist ;

EVANS, WILLIAM (Cawr Cynon ;1808 -1860 ); colliery official and poet ,

EVANS, WILLIAM (1823 -1900), cleric .

EVANS, WILLIAM (Alaw Afan ;1836 -1900), musician ;

EVANS, WILLIAM (1838 -1921), Calvinistic Methodist minister and author ;

EVANS, WILLIAM (1869 -1948), minister (Congl.) and missionary in Madagascar ;

EVANS, WILLIAM (‘Wil Ifan ’;1883 -1968),minister (Congl.), poet and writer in Welsh and English ;

EVANS, WILLIAM CHARLES (1911 -1988), chemist and biologist .

EVANS, WILLIAM DAVIES (1790 -1872), inventor of a chess gambit ;

EVANS, WILLIAM EILIR (Eilir ;1852 -1910),cleric, poet, and journalist .

EVANS, WILLIAM EMRYS (1924 -2004), banker and philanthropist .

EVANS, WILLIAM GARETH (1941 —2000), historian and university lecturer in education .

EVANS, WILLIAM HUGH (Gwyllt y Mynydd ;1831 -1909), Wesleyan minister and man of letters ;

EVANS, WILLIAM JOHN (1866 -1947), musician ;

EVANS, WILLIAM MEIRION (1826 -1883),miner, Calvinistic Methodist minister in U.S.A. and Australia, and editor of journals published in Australia .

EVANS-WILLIAMS, LAURA (1883 -1944), singer ;

EVAN-THOMAS,Sir HUGH (1862 -1928), admiral ,

EVERETT, ROBERT (1791 -1875), and his brother EVERETT, LEWIS (1799 -1863), Independent ministers ;