Bledry MorganColonel Morgan should not be confused with the buccaneer, Sir Henry Morgan, Governor of Jamaica.
Colonel Bledry Morgan is thought to have been a relative of Sir Henry Morgan and worked with him on a number of occasions. He was an important person in Jamaica between 1660 and 1670. At the taking of Panama by Henry Morgan in 1670 the Colonel commanded the rearguard of 300 men.
Doug PerkinsFounder (with wife Mary) of the world's largest privately-owned opticians Specsavers. Graduated from Cardiff University and spent his early years as an optometrist working in nearby Llanelli and Carmarthen.
Bob EvansFamous Restaurant Entrepreneur.
Edward DavisIn 1683 davis was quartermaster to captain cook when he took the ship of captain tristian, a french buccaneer based at petit guave in the west indies.
Bob NeillThe world's greatest craftsman in the art of pyrography (an ancient art of burning designs on wood) and one of the most recognised people outside of Wales for promoting Wales, the Welsh language and the annual Eisteddfod.
Edward JonesFounder of the Welsh Wesleyan Methodists (1800)
- Frank Wright, business man with a Welsh connection!
- Glynn Pegler, business man (Culture Group) with a connection to Wales (Caerphilly)
- Huw Wheldon, business man with a connection to Wales (Snowdonia)