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NANNEY ( NANNAU )family, ofNannau, Mer.

NANNEY (formerly ELLIS ), DAVID ELLIS (1759 -1819), attorney-general for North Wales ;

NANNEY, RICHARD (1691 -1767), Evangelical cleric .

NASH, DAVID WILLIAM (d.1876 or 7), antiquary and writer on early Welsh literature

NASH, JOHN (1752 -1835), architect ;

NASH, RICHARD (‘Beau Nash ’;1674 -1761),

NASH-WILLIAMS, VICTOR ERLE (1897 -1955), archaeologist ;

NELSON, ROBERT (1656 -1715),non-juror, supporter of the S.P.C.K., and philanthropist ;

NENNIUS ( DWB , 682-3).

NEPEAN (née BELLIS ), MARY EDITH (1876 -1960), novelist ;

NEST ( fl. 1120), a princess of Deheubarth .

NEWCOME, RICHARD (1779 -1857), cleric ,

NEWELL, EBENEZER JOSIAH (1853 -1916),cleric, schoolmaster, and historian ;

NEWELL, RICHARD (1785 -1852), farmer and Calvinistic Methodist preacher ;

NICHOLAS, JAMES (1877 -1963), Baptist minister ;

NICHOLAS, THOMAS ; ( DWB , 684).

NICHOLAS, THOMAS EVAN (Niclas y Glais), (1879 -1971),poet, minister of religion and advocate for the Communist Party .

NICHOLAS, THOMAS EVAN (Niclas y Glais), (1879 -1971),poet, minister of religion and advocate for the Communist Party .

NICHOLL,Sir JOHN (1759 -1838), judge ;

NICHOLL, JOHN (1797 -1853),

NICHOLLS, ERITH GWYN (1875 -1939), Wales and Cardiff Rugby centre three-quarter ;

NICHOLLS, JOHN (1555 -1584?), controversial theologian .

NICHOLSON, WILLIAM (1844 -1885), Independent minister ;

NICHOLSON, WILLIAM JOHN (1866 -1943), minister (Congl.) ;

NICOLAS, DAFYDD (1705? -1774), poet .

NOAKES, GEORGE (1924 -2008), Archbishop of Wales .

NONN, ( NONNA , NONNITA ), saint , ( fl. late 5th cent. ;

NORRIS, CHARLES ( DWB , 686).

NORTH, FREDERICK JOHN (1889 -1968),geologist, educator, historian of science and museum curator ;

NORTH, HERBERT LUCK (1871 -1941), architect ;

NOTT,Sir WILLIAM (1782 -1845), soldier ;

NOVELLO, IVOR ( DAVID IVOR DAVIES till1927 ;1893 -1951),composer, playwright, stage and film actor ;

NOWELL, THOMAS (1730? -1801),principal of S. Mary Hall, Oxford, and Regius professor of history ,