- Aberystwyth, National Library of Wales, Cwrt Mawr
Welsh minister, who was also a translator, scholar and linguist.
English lawyer, poet and politician, who spent part of his career as a legal officer and adviser on behalf of the Crown in Ireland.
John Davies of Mallwyd, Welsh scholar, author of a Welsh grammar and dictionary
- d. 1890?
- Walsoken, Salford
English clergyman of Welsh parentage, one-time rector of Walsoken in Norfolk (1857-1871) and a linguist known for contributions to Sanskrit, English and Celtic languages. He was a graduate of St John's College and a member of the Honourable Society of Cymmrodorion and Royal Asiatic Society.
- d. 1581
- Tyddewi ... St Davids, St Asaph cathedral
Welsh bishop, first of St Asaph, later of St Davids; a scholar whose achievements included translating parts of the New Testament into Welsh and writing the Epistol at y Cembru.
Welsh poet and grammarian, a native of Nantglyn (Denbighshire).
English, Wiltshire-born poet and lawyer who played a significant role as a legal official in Ireland (between 1603 and 1619).