TALBOT family, of Margam Abbey and Penrice Castle, Glam .
TALBOT, CHARLES (1685 -1737), ( Glamorgan ) and lord chancellor ;
TALIESIN , a bard who sang in thesecond half of the 6th century,
TANNER, PHILIP (1862 -1950), folk singer ;
TATHAN ( Tathai , Lat. Tatheus ), saint ( fl. 5th cent. ).
TAYLOR, HENRY (1845 -1927), historian and antiquary ;
TEILO (sometimes called ELIUD ), a Celtic saint of the6th century
TELFORD, THOMAS (1757 -1834), civil engineer ,
TERLEZSKI, STEFAN (1927 -2006), Conservative politician .
THELWALL family, Plas y Ward, Bathafarn, Plas Coch, andLlanbedr, Denbs.
THELWALL, JOHN (1764 -1834),reformer, lecturer and poet ;
THICKENS, JOHN (1865 -1952),minister (Presb.), historian and author ;
THIRLWALL, CONNOP (1797 -1875), bishop of S. Davids ;
THODAY, DAVID (1883 -1964),botanist, university professor ;
THOMAS family, ofWenvoe, Glam.
THOMAS family, of Coed Helen (or Alun) andAber, Caerns.
THOMAS,Sir OWEN (1858 -1923),agriculturist, soldier, and Member of Parliament ;
THOMAS, ALBAN (d.1740?),cleric, poet, and translator ;
THOMAS, ALFRED , baron Pontypridd (1840 -1927), of Bronwydd, Cardiff ;
THOMAS ap RHODRI or THOMAS ROTHERY ( c. 1295 -1363),
THOMAS, BENJAMIN (1723 -1790), Independent preacher and Methodist exhorter .
THOMAS BRWYNLLYS ( fl. c. 1580-1590 ), poet .
THOMAS,Sir DANIEL (LLEUFER) (1863 -1940), stipendiary magistrate ;
THOMAS, DAVID (?-1780?), minister (Congl.) atLlanedi, Carms.
THOMAS, DAVID (d.1735), poet .
THOMAS, DAVID (1739? -1788), bone-setter ;
THOMAS, DAVID (1794 -1882), pioneer of the iron industry in U.S.A. ;
THOMAS, DAVID (1813 -1894 ; DWB , 942).
THOMAS, DAVID (1880 -1967),educationalist, author and pioneer of the Labour Party in north Wales ;
THOMAS, DAVID ALFRED (1856 -1918), ,
THOMAS, DAVID EMLYN (1892 -1954), politician and trade unionist ;
THOMAS, DAVID FFRANGCON (1910 -1963), cellist ;
THOMAS, DAVID RICHARD (1833 -1916), cleric and historian ;
THOMAS, DAVID VAUGHAN (1873 -1934), musician ;
THOMAS, DAVID WALTER (1829 -1905), cleric ;
THOMAS DERLLYS ( fl. 15th cent.), poet .
THOMAS, DYLAN MARLAIS (1914 -1953), poet and prose writer ;
THOMAS, EDWARD EDDIE (1925 -1997), champion boxer and an outstanding boxing trainer and a public figure in the life of Merthyr Tydfil .
THOMAS, EDWARD WILLIAM (1814 -1892), musician ;
THOMAS, EVAN, or IFAN TOMOS RHYS ( c. 1710 - c. 1770 ), poet and boot-maker ;
THOMAS, EVAN (d.1781), of Cwmhwylfod, Sarnau, near Bala, transcriber and owner of manuscripts .
THOMAS, EVAN (1733 -1814 ; DWB , 946).
THOMAS, EVAN LORIMER (1872 -1953), priest and scholar ;
THOMAS, EVAN ROBERT (1891 -1964), joiner and leader of the Welsh in Australia ;
THOMAS, EZEKIEL (1818 -1893), Calvinistic Methodist minister and author ;
THOMAS, GEORGE ( c. 1791 - c. 1872 ), writer of mock-heroic and satiric verse dealing with events in Montgomeryshire ;
THOMAS GRYTHOR (17th cent.), poet .
THOMAS GWYNEDD ( fl. 16th cent.), poet .
THOMAS, HENRY (1712 -1802), Methodist exhorter and Independent minister ;
THOMAS, HENRY MORGAN STAFFORD (1896 -1968), minister (Presb.) and poet ;
THOMAS, HUGH (1673 -1720), herald and antiquary ,
THOMAS, HUGH HAMSHAW (1885 -1962), palaeobotanist ;
THOMAS, HUGH OWEN (1834 -1891), orthopaedic surgeon ;
THOMAS, IDRIS (1889 -1962), minister (B) ;
THOMAS, IFOR (1877 -1918), geologist and inspector of schools ;
THOMAS, IFOR OWEN (1892 -1956),operatic tenor, photographer and artist ;
THOMAS, IORWERTH RHYS (1895 -1966), politician ;
THOMAS, ISAAC (1911 -2004), minister (Independents) and college lecturer .
THOMAS, IVOR OWEN (1898 -1982), Labour politician .
THOMAS, JAMES HENRY (1874 -1949), politician and Labour leader ;
THOMAS, JAMES PURDON LEWES (1903 -1960),, M.P. ;
THOMAS,SIR JAMES WILLIAM TUDOR (1893 -1976), ophthalmic surgeon .
THOMAS, JEFFREY (1933 -1989), barrister and Labour/SDP politician .
THOMAS, JOHN ( fl. 1719), of Bodedern, poet .
THOMAS, JOHN ( fl. 1689-1710), early minister of the Tivy-side Independents ;
THOMAS, JOHN (1646? -1695), cleric ,
THOMAS, JOHN (1691 -1766), bishop of Salisbury .
THOMAS, JOHN (1730 -1804?),Congregational minister, and hymnist ;
THOMAS, JOHN (1736 -1769), cleric and antiquary ;
THOMAS, JOHN (1757 -1835), Penfforddwen, poet , etc.;
THOMAS, JOHN (1760 -1849), Calvinistic Methodist minister ;
THOMAS, JOHN (1763 -1834), hymn-writer ;
THOMAS, JOHN (1821 -1892),Independent minister, politician, and historian ;
THOMAS, JOHN (1838 -1905), photographer .
THOMAS, JOHN (1857 -1944), minister (B) and author ;
THOMAS, JOHN (1886 -1933), chemist ;
THOMAS, JOHN EVAN (1810 -1873), sculptor ;
THOMAS, JOHN EVAN (1884 -1941), teacher and writer ;
THOMAS, JOHN LUTHER (1881 -1970), minister (Congl.) ;
THOMAS, JOHN ROWLAND (1881 -1965), religious leader and prominent merchant ;
THOMAS, JOHN STRADLING (1925 -1991), Conservative politician .
THOMAS, JOHN WILLIAM (1805 -1840 ; DWB , 955-6).
THOMAS, JOSEPH (1814 -1889), Calvinistic Methodist minister ;
THOMAS, JOSEPH MORGAN ( LLOYD ) (1868 -1955),minister (U) and Free Catholic, councillor and public figure ;
THOMAS, JOSEPH WILLIAM (1846 -1914), chemist ;
THOMAS, JOSHUA (d.1759?), cleric and translator ;
THOMAS, JOSHUA (1718/19 -1797), Baptist minister and historian ;
THOMAS, LAWRENCE (1889 -1960), archdeacon ;
THOMAS, LEWIS (d.March 1704), one of the chief leaders of the Particular Baptists
THOMAS, LEWIS (1568 -1619), cleric and author .
THOMAS, LEWIS (1832 -1913), pioneer of coal-mining in Queensland, Australia ;
THOMAS, LEWIS (1877 -1955), pioneer of the art of Cerdd Dant (the art of singing to harp accompaniment) in south Wales in thefirst half of the 20th century ;
THOMAS, LEWIS JOHN (1883 -1970), missionary in India with the London Missionary Society ;
THOMAS, MANSEL TREHARNE (1909 -1986),composer, conductor, BBC Wales Head of Music .
THOMAS, MARGARET (1779 -?), hymnwriter ;
THOMAS, MARGARET HAIG, VISCOUNTESS RHONDDA (1883 -1958),author, editor and chairperson of companies ;
THOMAS, MESAC (1816 -1892 ) colonial bishop ;
THOMAS, MICAH (1778 -1853), Baptist minister and academy tutor ;
THOMAS, MORRIS (1874 -1959),minister (Calvinistic Methodist), writer and historian ;
THOMAS, NATHANIEL (b.1730), editor ;
THOMAS, NATHANIEL (1818 -1888), Baptist minister at Tabernacle, Cardiff, etc.;
THOMAS, NICHOLAS (d.1741), printer and publisher , Carmarthen (and Hereford ).
THOMAS,Sir NOAH (1720 -1792), medical man ;
THOMAS, OLIVER (1598 -1653?),Puritan cleric, and author .
THOMAS, OWEN (1812 -1891), Calvinistic Methodist minister and author ;
THOMAS PENLLYN (d.1623), poet .
THOMAS,Sir PERCY EDWARD (1883 -1969), architect and planning consultant ;
THOMAS, PERCY GORONWY (1875 -1954), professor of English ;
THOMAS, PETER JOHN MITCHELL (1920 -2008), Conservative politician .
THOMAS, PHILIP EDWARD (1878 -1917), poet ;
THOMAS, RHYS (1720? -1790), printer
THOMAS, RICHARD (1718 -1807), the first Methodist exhorter from Anglesey ;
THOMAS, RICHARD (1753 -1780),cleric, transcriber and collector of manuscripts, and genealogist ;
THOMAS, RICHARD (1838 -1916), industrialist ;
THOMAS, RICHARD (1871 -1950), minister (CM) and writer ;
THOMAS, ROBERT (d.2 April 1692), Puritan preacher .
THOMAS, ROBERT (d.1774),poet, and sexton
THOMAS, ROBERT (1782 -1860), printer and publisher .
THOMAS, ROBERT (1796 -1866), Calvinistic Methodist preacher; a ‘character’;
THOMAS, ROBERT JERMAIN (1840 -1866), missionary pioneer of the London Missionary Society ;
THOMAS,Sir ROBERT JOHN (1873 -1951), politician and shipowner ;
THOMAS,Sir ROGER (1886 -1960), pioneer of modern agriculture in India ;
THOMAS, ROGER GARETH (1925 -1994), Labour politician .
THOMAS, ROWLAND ( c. 1887 -1959), newspaper proprietor ;
THOMAS, SAMPSON (1739 -1807), one of the early Calvinistic Methodist exhorters in Pembrokeshire .
THOMAS, SAMUEL (1692 -1766),Independent minister, and tutor of Carmarthen Academy ;
THOMAS, SIDNEY GILCHRIST (1850 -1885), metallurgist and inventor ;
THOMAS, SIENCYN or JENKIN (1690 -1762),boot-maker, Dissenting preacher, and poet ;
THOMAS, SIMON (d.1743?), Presbyterian minister and author ;
THOMAS TEIFI ( Thomas ab Einion ; fl. 16th cent. )
THOMAS, THOMAS (1776 -1847), cleric and historian ;
THOMAS, THOMAS (1804 -1877), cleric ;
THOMAS, THOMAS (1805 -1881), Baptist minister and college principal ;
THOMAS, THOMAS (1839 -1888),Wesleyan minister, and miscellaneous writer ;
THOMAS, THOMAS (1880 -1911), first British middle-weight boxing champion ;
THOMAS, THOMAS GEORGE, Viscount Tonypandy (1909 -1997), Labour politician and Speaker of the House of Commons .
THOMAS, THOMAS LLEWELYN (1840 -1897),scholar, teacher and linguist ;
THOMAS, THOMAS MORGAN (1828 -1884), missionary ;
THOMAS, TIMOTHY (1694 -1751), cleric and scholar ;
THOMAS, TIMOTHY (‘ I ’) (1720 -1768), of Maes-isaf, Pencarreg ; Baptist minister and author .
THOMAS, WILLIAM ( fl . c . 1685? — c . 1740? ),secretary to Robert Harley, 1st earl of Oxford ;
THOMAS, WILLIAM (d.1554), Italian scholar and clerk of the Privy Council to king Edward VI .
THOMAS, WILLIAM (d.1671), ofLlantrisant, Mon., leader of the free-communion Baptists in the South of that county in Restoration times .
THOMAS, WILLIAM (d.1813), Unitarian Baptist minister ,
THOMAS, WILLIAM (1613 -1689), bishop ;
THOMAS, WILLIAM (1723 -1811), Calvinistic Methodist exhorter ;
THOMAS, WILLIAM (1727 -1795), schoolmaster and diarist ;
THOMAS, WILLIAM (1734 -1799), cleric and antiquary ;
THOMAS, WILLIAM (1749 -1809),Independent minister, and publisher ;
THOMAS, WILLIAM (1790 -1861), poet ;
THOMAS, WILLIAM (1832 -1911), Congregational minister ;
THOMAS, WILLIAM (1891 -1958),under-secretary, Ministry of Housing and Local Government ;
THOMAS, WILLIAM (KEINION) (1856 -1932),Congregational minister, and publicist ;
THOMAS, WILLIAM DAVIES (1889 -1954), Professor of English ;
THOMAS,Sir WILLIAM JAMES (1867 -1945),BARONET, coalowner, philanthropist .
THOMAS, WILLIAM JENKYN (1870 -1959), schoolmaster and author ;
THOMAS, WILLIAM THELWALL (1865 -1927), surgeon ;
THOMAS, ZECHARIAS (1727 -1816), Baptist minister ;
THOMPSON, DAVID (1770 -1857), explorer in British North America ;
THORNEYCROFT, GEORGE EDWARD PETER (1909 -1994), Conservative politician .
TIBBOTT family,Llanbryn-mair, Mont.
TILLEY, ALBERT (1896 -1957), mace-bearer at Brecon cathedral and local historian ;
TOMAS ap IEUAN ap RHYS ( c. 1510 — c. 1560 ), writer of cwndidau (short religious songs or carols) ;
TOMKINS family, musicians .
TOMLEY, JOHN EDWARD (1874 -1951), solicitor ;
TOUT, THOMAS FREDERICK (1855 -1929), historian ,
TOY, HUMFREY (d.1575), Carmarthen merchant .
TRAHAEARN ap CARADOG (d.1081), king of Gwynedd .
TRAHAEARN BRYDYDD MAWR , a poet of thefirst half of the 14th cent.
TRAHERNE, JOHN MONTGOMERY (1788 -1860), the most distinguished Glamorgan antiquary of his time;
TRAINER, JAMES (1863 -1915?), Association footballer (the ‘prince of goalkeepers’) .
TREE, RONALD JAMES (1914 -1970), priest and schoolmaster ;
TREFGARNE, GEORGE MORGAN, 1st BARON TREFGARNE of Cleddau (formerly GARRO-JONES, GEORGE MORGAN ;1894 -1960), barrister-at-law and politician ;
TREGELLES, SAMUEL PRIDEAUX (1813 -1875), Biblical scholar and linguist ;
TREGONING, WILLIAM EDWARD CECIL (1871 -1957), industrialist ;
TREHARNE, BRYCESON (1879 -1948), musician ,
TREHARNE, REGINALD FRANCIS (1901 -1967), Professor of history ;
TREHERNE (formerly THOMAS ), GEORGE GILBERT TREHERNE (1837 -1923), antiquary ,
TREVITHICK, RICHARD (1771 -1833), engineer ;
TREVOR family, ofTrevalun, Denbs.,Plas Têg, Flints., and Glynde, Sussex .
TREVOR family, ofBrynkynallt, Denbs.
TREVOR,Sir CHARLES GERALD (1882 -1959), inspector of forests ;
TREVOR, JOHN ( I ) (d.1357), bishop of S. Asaph .
TREVOR, JOHN ( II ), bishop of S. Asaph (d.1410 ).
TREW, WILLIAM JOHN (1878 -1926), Wales and Swansea rugby centre three-quarter ;
TRUBSHAW,Dame GWENDOLINE JOYCE (1887 -1954), public administrator and social worker; ;
TRUEMAN,Sir ARTHUR ELIJAH (1894 -1956), Professor of geology ;
TUCKER, JOSIAH (1712 -1799), cleric and economist ;
TUDOR family of Penmynydd, Anglesey — later members.
TUDOR, EDMUND ( c. 1430 -1456),
TUDOR, JASPER ( c. 1431 -1495), earl of Pembroke ,
TUDOR, OWEN DAVIES (1818 -1887), legal writer ;
TUDOR, STEPHEN OWEN (1893 -1967), minister (Presb.) and author ;
TUDUR ALED ( fl. 1480-1526), poet ;
TUDUR PENLLYN ( c. 1420 — c. 1485-90 ), bard .
TURBERVILLE family of Crickhowell, Brecknock .
TURBERVILLE family ofCoity, Glam.
TURBERVILLE, EDWARD ( c. 1648 -1681), informer .
TURNER, EDWARD (‘ NED ’) (1792 -1826), prize-fighter ;
TURNER, SHARON (1768 -1847), solicitor and historian ;
TURNER, WILLIAM (1766 -1853), a pioneer of the North Wales slate industry , etc.,
TURNOR, DAVID (1751? -1799), cleric and agriculturist ;
TWISLETON, GEORGE (1618 -1667), officer in the parliamentary army ;
TYDECHO , a6th cent. Celtic saint ,
TYSILIO , a7th cent. Celtic saint ,