Born 23 August 1894 in Llanelli, South Wales, United Kingdom, as William John Hughes. Died 1 October 1965 in the Motion Picture Country Home in Woodland Hills, California, USA, of hypoxia.
Royal Chaplain and author of Itinerary of Wales 1191.
Leading 20th century painter.
TV sports reporter.
Founder of the "Circulating Schools", Griffith Jones has been credited with making Wales "the most literate nation in the world". By Jones's death in 1761 it was estimated that 158,000 Welsh-folk of a population of 480,000 (33%) were literate and 3,500 schools had been established.
Known as the 'Welsh Caruso' at the turn of century. Concert and recording tenor in Europe and United States.
He was appointed organist on the Cunard liner 'Queen Mary'.
Helen Watts (Cbe)
Excelled as a concert artist. Welsh National Opera 1969 to 1983
Henry Tudor (VII)
Raised a Franco/Scot/Welsh army and defeated the infamous English King Richard the 3rd at the Battle of Bosworth in 1485.
King of England 1485-1509, founder of the Tudor dynasty.
Davis proved himself an enterprising and successful pirate chief, but preferred, whenever possible, to use strategy and cunning rather than force to gain his ends.
BBC TV news reader and anchorman.
Football (Soccer) player for Wales .
She was MisSouth Wales in 2003, but shot to fame in 2006 on UK Channel 4 reality TV show big brother. Since leaving the Big Brother house Imogen has appeared on various television and radio shows including Pobal y Cwm, Wedi 7 Jonathan and Uned 5.
News presenter for BBC 'Wales Today'.
Jean has exhibited her portrait paintings in the world famous Mall Galleries, London
Notorious and misunderstood 'Wild West' outlaw.
Innovative composer and musician. Has written music for cinema, ballet and other performance art. Has collaborated with many (other) influential musicians and composers in particular Lou Reed.
One man show 'playing Burton' an evocation of the life of Richard Burton. Currently a member of the Royal Shakespeare company.
Acting with over fifty film and TV credits, including 'Train Spotters', 'Shallow Grave' and 'Twin Town'.