GABE, RHYS THOMAS ( REES THOMAS GAPE ;1880 -1967), rugby player ;
GAMAGE family, of Coety (‘ Coity’), Glam.
GEE, THOMAS (1815 -1898),Calvinistic Methodist minister, journalist, and politician ;
GEOFFREY of MONMOUTH (1090? -1155), or Galfridus (Gaufridus) Artur , or Galfridus (Gaufridus) Monemutensis , bishop of S. Asaph and chronicler .
GEORGE, THOMAS ( fl. 1829-1840), miniature painter ,
GEORGE, THOMAS NEVILLE (1904 -1980), Professor of Geology .
GEORGE, WILLIAM (1865 -1967), solicitor and public figure ;
GIBBINS, FREDERICK WILLIAM (1861,-1937), Quaker industrialist ;
GIBBON, BENJAMIN PHELPS (1802 -1851), line-engraver ,
GIBBON, JAMES MORGAN (1855 -1932), Independent minister ;
GIBBON, LEVI (1807? -1870), ballad-writer and singer ;
GIBBS, REGINALD ARTHUR (1872 -1938),shipowner (one of four brothers, all prominent in Cardiff shipping circles), and Rugby footballer ;
GIBSON, JOHN (1790 -1866), sculptor ;
GIBSON,Sir JOHN (1841 -1915), journalist ;
GIBSON-WATT, JAMES DAVID, BARON GIBSON-WATT (1918 -2002), Member of Parliament and public figure .
GILBERTSON, LEWIS (1815 -1896),cleric, vice-principal of Jesus College, Oxford ;
GILDAS , a monk of the6th cent,
GIRALDUS CAMBRENSIS (1146? -1223), archdeacon of Brecon and mediaeval Latin writer ,
GITTINS, CHARLES EDWARD (1908 -1970), educationalist ;
GLASCOTT, CRADOCK (1743 -1831), an Evangelical cleric
GLENN, THOMAS ALLEN (1864 -1948),soldier, historian, genealogist, and archaeologist ;
GLYN (also GLYNNE ), family of Glynllifon, Caerns.
GLYNNE, FAMILY of Hawarden ( DWB , 281).
GLYN, WILLIAM (1504 -1558), bishop .
GODWIN, FRANCIS (1562 -1633), bishop and antiquary ;
GODWIN, JUDITH (d.1746), one of Howel Harris's correspondents .
GOODEN, JAMES (1670 -1730), Jesuit ;
GOODMAN, GABRIEL (1528 -1601),dean of Westminster and founder of Christ's Hospital, Ruthin ;
GOODMAN, GODFREY (1583 -1656), bishop of Gloucester ;
GOODWIN, GERAINT (1903 -1941), author ;
GOODWIN, JOHN (1681 -1763), Quaker minister in North Wales ;
GORE, HUGH (1613 -1691),bishop, founder of Swansea grammar school .
GORONWY GYRIOG ( fl. c. 1310-1360 ), an Anglesey poet ;
GOUGE, THOMAS ( DWB , 284-5).
GOUGH (GOCH), MATHEW (MATHAU) ( c. 1390 -1450 ; DWB , 285).
GOUGH, JETHRO (1903 -1979), Professor of pathology .
GOULD, ARTHUR JOSEPH (1864 -1919), Rugby footballer ;
GOWER,Sir ERASMUS (1742 -1814 ); admiral ;
GOWER, HENRY (1278? -1347), bishop .
GOWER, HERBERT RAYMOND (1916 -1989), Conservative politician .
GRAVELL, DAVID (1787 -1872),farmer, herbalist, and publisher ;
GRAY, RHYS ( fl. 1661-1672), poet , of Anglesey .
GRAY, THOMAS (1847 -1924), mining engineer and local historian ;
GREEN, CHARLES ALFRED HOWELL (1864 -1944), second Archbishop of Wales ,
GREEN, FRANCIS (1854 -1942), antiquary ;
GREENLY, EDWARD (1861 -1951), geologist ;
GREGORY, HENRY (1637? -1700?), preacher with the Arminian Baptists .
GRENFELL (FAMILY) Swansea industrialists ,
GRENFELL, DAVID RHYS ( DAI ) (1881 -1968), Labour politician .
GRESHAM, COLIN ALASTAIR (1913 -1989),archaeologist, historian and author .
GREVILLE, CHARLES FRANCIS (1749 -1809),founder of Milford Haven town, Pembs. ;
GREY, THOMAS (1733 -1810), Independent minister ;
GRIFFITH , FAMILY of Carreg-lwyd ( DWB , 288).
GRIFFITH family, of Garn andPlasnewydd, Denbs.
GRIFFITH family, of Cefn Amwlch, Penllech, Llŷn .
GRIFFITH OF PENRHYN (Caerns.) .
GRIFFITH(S), DAVID (1726 -1816), cleric and schoolmaster .
GRIFFITH, ALEXANDER (d.1676), cleric and controversialist ;
GRIFFITH, DAVID (1792 or 1794 -1873), Independent minister ;
GRIFFITH, DAVID (1841 -1910),schoolmaster, cleric, and diarist ;
GRIFFITH, EDMUND (1570 -1637), bishop ;
GRIFFITH, EDWARD (1832 -1918), antiquary ;
GRIFFITH, ELIZABETH ( DWB , 292).
GRIFFITH, GEORGE (1601 -1666), bishop ;
GRIFFITH, GEORGE WILLIAM (1584 -1655?),landowner, attorney, magistrate, and antiquary ,
GRIFFITH, GRACE WYNNE (1888 -1963), novelist .
GRIFFITH, GRIFFITH WYNNE (1883 -1967), minister (Presb.) and author .
GRIFFITH, GWILYM WYNNE (1914 -1989), physician and Medical Officer of Health .
GRIFFITH, HUW WYNNE (1915 -1993), minister (Presb) and a prominent ecumenical leader .
GRIFFITH, JAMES MILO (1843 -1897), sculptor .
GRIFFITH, JOHN (fl.1548-1587 ; DWB , 293).
GRIFFITH, JOHN ( fl. 1649-1669 ) of Llanddyfnan, Anglesey, squire poet .
GRIFFITH, JOHN (1818? -1885), cleric and controversialist ;
GRIFFITH, JOHN (1713 -1776), Quaker ;
GRIFFITH, JOHN (1752 -1818), Independent minister ,
GRIFFITH, JOHN (1863 -1933), schoolmaster and musician ;
GRIFFITH, JOHN EDWARDS (1843 -1933), naturalist and antiquary ;
GRIFFITH,Sir JOHN PURSER (1848 -1938), civil engineer ;
GRIFFITH, JOHN THOMAS (1845 -1917), Baptist minister in the U.S.A. and Wales ;
GRIFFITH-JONES, EBENEZER (1860 -1942), Congregational minister and college principal ;
GRIFFITH-JONES, WILLIAM (1895 -1961), Independent minister and administrator ;
GRIFFITH, MOSES (1747 -1819), draughtsman and water-colour painter ;
GRIFFITH, PIRS or PIERS (1568 -1628), squire and adventurer ,
GRIFFITH, RICHARD DAVIES (1813 -1856), Wesleyan missionary and linguist ;
GRIFFITH, ROBERT (1847 - 1909 ), musician ;
GRIFFITH, ROBERT DAVID (1877 -1958), musician and historian of Welsh congregational singing ;
GRIFFITH, ROGER (d.1708),Presbyterian minister and tutor, afterwards archdeacon ,
GRIFFITH, ROWLAND ( fl. 18th cent.), harpist and harp maker ,
GRIFFITH,Sir SAMUEL WALKER (1845 -1920), judge , etc., in Australia ;
GRIFFITHS, ANN (1776 -1805), hymn-writer ;
GRIFFITHS, DAVID (1756 -1834), Methodist cleric ;
GRIFFITHS, DAVID (1792 -1863), missionary ;
GRIFFITHS, DAVID ROBERT (1915 -1990), Baptist minister and Biblical scholar .
GRIFFITHS, EDWARD (' Eddie '); (1929 -1995), industrial chemist and Member of Parliament .
GRIFFITHS, EDWIN STEPHEN (1868 -1930), busnessman and philanthopist .
GRIFFITHS, ERNEST HOWARD (1851 -1932 ); physicist and educationalist ;
GRIFFITHS, EVAN (1778 -1839), Calvinistic Methodist minister ,
GRIFFITHS, EVAN THOMAS (1886 -1967),teacher, scholar and writer ;
GRIFFITHS, EZER (1888 -1962), physicist ;
GRIFFITHS, GRIFFITH (1762 -1818), Presbyterian minister ,
GRIFFITHS, GRIFFITH (1799 -1845), Anglican missionary ;
GRIFFITHS, GRIFFITH PENNAR (1860 -1918), Congregational minister ;
GRIFFITHS, HENRY (1812 -1891), Independent minister and college tutor ;
GRIFFITHS, JAMES (1782 -1858), Independent minister ;
GRIFFITHS, JAMES (JEREMIAH) (1890 -1975), Labour politician and cabinet minister .
GRIFFITHS, JOHN (1731 -1811 ; DWB , 305).
GRIFFITHS, JOHN (1820 -1897), cleric and educationalist ;
GRIFFITHS, JOHN (1837 -1918), artist ;
GRIFFITHS, JOHN POWELL (1875 -1944), minister (Bap.) and schoolmaster .
GRIFFITHS, JOHN THOMAS (1824 -1895), mining engineer in U.S.A. ;
GRIFFITHS, MORRIS ( fl. 1766-1805 )Methodist exhorter, afterwards Baptist minister, and hymn-writer .
GRIFFITHS, MORRIS (1721 -1769), Independent minister ;
GRIFFITHS, PETER HUGHES (1871 -1937), Calvinistic Methodist minister and author ;
GRIFFITHS, RICHARD (1756 -1826), colliery pioneer ;
GRIFFITHS, ROBERT (1805 -1883), engineer and inventor ;
GRIFFITHS, ROBERT (1824 -1903), musician ;
GRIFFITHS, SAMUEL (1783 -1860), Independent minister ;
GRIFFITHS, THOMAS (1645 -1725), first minister of the Welsh Tract Baptist church in the present state of Delaware, U.S.A.
GRIFFITHS, VAVASOR (d.1741), Independent minister and tutor .
GRIFFITHS, WILLIAM (1777 -1825), Independent minister and teacher ;
GRIFFITHS, WILLIAM (1788 -1861), Calvinistic Methodist minister ;
GRIFFITHS, WILLIAM (1859 -1940), Unitarian minister and Hebrew scholar ;
GRIFFITHS, WILLIAM (1898 -1962), bookseller ;
GRIFFITHS, WILLIAM ALONZO (1842 -1893),Independent minister, hymn-writer and hymnologist ;
GRIFFITHS, WINIFRED MAIR (1916 -1996), minister (Cong) and headmistress .
GRIFFITH, THOMAS TAYLOR (1795 -1876), surgeon and antiquary ;
GRIFFITH, WALTER (1727 -1779), captain R.N. ,
GRIFFITH, WALTER (1819 -1846), advocate of free trade
GRIFFITH, WILLIAM (1704 -1747), early Welsh Moravian (one of the original members of the London Moravian congregation) ;
GRIFFITH, WILLIAM (1719 -1782), farmer
GRIFFITH, WILLIAM (1801 -1881), Independent minister and hymn-writer ,
GRIFFITH, WILLIAM (1853 -1918), mining engineer and author ;
GRIFFITH, WILLIAM JOHN (1875 -1931), writer of short stories ;
GRIST, IAN (1938 -2002), Conservative politician .
GRONOW, DANIEL (d.1796), Presbyterian minister ;
GRONOW, REES HOWELL (1794 -1865), writer of memoirs ;
GROVE,Sir WILLIAM ROBERT ( DWB , 310).
GRUFFUDD ab ADDA ap DAFYDD ( fl. 1340-1370), poet and prose writer .
GRUFFUDD ab YR YNAD COCH ( fl. 1280), poet .
GRUFFUDD ap CYNAN ( c. 1055 -1137), king of Gwynedd ,
GRUFFUDD ap DAFYDD ap HYWEL ( fl. 1480-1520), poet .
GRUFFUDD ap DAFYDD ap TUDUR ( fl. c. 1300 ), a poet ,
GRUFFUDD ap DAFYDD FYCHAN (15th cent.), poet ,
GRUFFUDD ap GRONW GETHIN or GRUFFUDD LLWYD ap GRONW GETHIN ( fl. c. 1380-1420 ), poet ,
GRUFFUDD ap GWRGENAU , poet .
GRUFFUDD ap LLYWELYN (d.1063),king of Gwynedd and Powys, and after 1055 king of all Wales ;
GRUFFUDD ap MAREDUDD ap DAFYDD ( fl. 1352-1382), an Anglesey poet
GRUFFUDD ap NICOLAS ( DWB , 313).
GRUFFUDD ap TUDUR ap HYWEL ( fl. 1500-1540), a poet from Anglesey .
GRUFFUDD BENRHAW, or PENRHAW (15th cent.), poet ,
GRUFFUDD DAFYDD DDU ( fl. c. 1500? ), a poet
GRUFFUDD GRYG , an Anglesey bard of thesecond half of the 14th cent.
GRUFFUDD HAFREN ( fl. c. 1600 ), a poet
GRUFFUDD HIRAETHOG (d.1564), bard and herald .
GRUFFUDD, IFAN or IEUAN ( c. 1655 - c. 1734 ), poet ;
GRUFFUDD LEIAF (15th cent.), poet ,
GRUFFUDD LLWYD ab IFAN ( fl. c. 1564), poet ;
GRUFFUDD LLWYD ap DAFYDD ab EINION LLYGLIW ( fl. c. 1380-1410 ), a poet ,
GRUFFUDD LLWYD ap RHOBERT (n.d.,) poet ,
GRUFFUDD NANNAU ( fl. c. 1654 ) poet ,
GRUFFUDD, RHISIART ( Rhisiart Gruffudd ap Huw ?) ( fl. c. 1569 ), poet and native of Anglesey .
GRUFFYDD ap GWENWYNWYN (d.1286 or1287), lord of Upper Powys ;
GRUFFYDD ap IEUAN ap LLYWELYN FYCHAN ( DWB , 317).
GRUFFYDD ap LLYWELYN (d.1244), prince ,
GRUFFYDD ap MADOG or GRUFFYDD MAELOR I (d.1191 );
GRUFFYDD ap RHYDDERCH ap IESTYN (d.1055), king .
GRUFFYDD ap RHYS ( c. 1090 -1137), prince of Deheubarth ;
GRUFFYDD ap RHYS (d.1201), prince of Deheubarth ;
GRUFFYDD, ELIS ( fl. c. 1490-1552 ),‘the soldier of Calais,’ copyist, translator, and chronicler .
GRUFFYDD, IFAN (1896 -1971), author .
GRUFFYDD LLWYD,Sir, more fully GRUFFYDD ap RHYS ap GRUFFYDD ab EDNYFED (d.1335), traditional hero of a supposed Welsh revolt in 1322 ,
GRUFFYDD, OWEN ( DWB , 320).
GRUFFYDD, ROBERT (1753 -1820), musician ;
GRUFFYDD, ‘ Syr ’ SION (d.1586?), poet and chaplain
GRUFFYDD, THOMAS (1815 -1887), one of the best known harpists of his period ;
GRUFFYDD, WILLIAM JOHN (1881 -1954),scholar, poet, critic and editor ;
GRYFFYTH, JASPER (d.1614),cleric, warden of Ruthin hospital, chaplain to archbishop Bancroft, collector of manuscripts .
GUEST family,iron-masters, coal owners, etc.
GUEST (née BERTIE ; later SCHREIBER ), lady CHARLOTTE ELIZABETH (1812 -1895), author
GUTO'R GLYN , a bard who sang during thesecond half of the 15th cent. (1440-1493 );
GUTUN GOCH BRYDYDD ( fl. c. 1550? ), poet ,
GUTUN OWAIN, or GRUFFUDD ap HUW ab OWAIN ( fl. c. 1460- c. 1498 ),poet, transcriber of manuscripts, and genealogist
GWALCHMAI ap DAFYDD ( fl. 16th cent.), a harpist ,
GWALCHMAI ap MEILYR ( fl. 1130-1180),an Anglesey court poet ,
GWALCHMAI, HUMPHREY (1788 -1847), Calvinistic Methodist minister —
GWENFREWI, or WINIFRED ( fl. early 7th cent.), saint .
GWENT, RICHARD (d.1543), archdeacon of London ,
GWENWYNWYN (d.1216), lord of Powys .
GWERFUL MECHAIN (1462? -1500), poetess .
GWGON ap MEURIG (d.871),king of Ceredigion, and the last of the line of Ceredig .
GWGON BRYDYDD ( fl. c. 1240 ), poet
GWILYM ap IEUAN HEN ( fl. c. 1440-1480 ), a poet
GWILYM ap SEFNYN ( fl. c. 1440 ), poet ;
GWILYM DDU O ARFON ( fl. c. 1280-1320 ), poet ,
GWILYM GWYN ( DWB , 327).
GWILYM RYFEL (12th cent. ) poet .
GWILYM TEW ( fl. c. 1460-1480 ), one of the bards of Glamorgan .
GWYNFARDD BRYCHEINIOG ( DWB , 330).
GWYN, FRANCIS (1648? -1734), politician ;
GWYN ( GWYNN , GWYNNE or WYNN ), JOHN (d.1574),lawyer, placeman, and educational benefactor
GWYNLLYW ( Gundleius , Gunlyu ), saint , fl. late 5th-early 6th cent.,
GWYNNE (FAMILY) of Kilvey, Swansea .
GWYNNE family, ofLlanelwedd, Rads.
GWYNNE family, of Garth, Llanlleonfel, Brecknock, earlier of Maes-llech nearby;
GWYNNE ( GWINNE , GWYN or WYNNE ), ROBERT (JOHNS) ( fl. 1568-1591), Roman Catholic missioner and writer ;
GWYNNE, SACKVILLE ( c. 1751 -1794),
GWYNNETH, JOHN (1490? -1562?), Roman Catholic priest and musician .
GWYNNE-VAUGHAN, DAVID THOMAS (1871 -1915), botanist ;
GWYNN, HARRI ( fl. c. 1627 ), a poet