Professor Dewi Phillips He was best known for his publications on the philosophy of religion, he had published articles in ethics, philosophy and literature and Welsh language publications in Welsh literature. Professor Phillips was very well respected, considered one of the most important philosophers of religion and morality in the world.
Lewis Gruffyd He is the only welsh poet ever to be given permission to produce a Royal Wedding card for Prince Charles and Lady Diana's wedding in 1981
Clifford Dyment Poet, literary critic, editor and journalist. Best known for his poems on countryside topics. During the latter part of the 1930s he was a literary figure in London. During World War Two he was engaged to make films, working for the British government.
Daniel Owen Notable welsh writer, famous for his Welsh language novels, such as Rhys Lewis, Enoc Huws, Gwen Tomos and Y Dreflan.
Griffith Jones 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.
Dr Morien Huws He was a poet and a Calvinistic/Methodist preacher and contributed to many Welsh/American journals.