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Mae '''''Bywyd a Gwaith Henry Richard AS''''', gan [[Eleazar Roberts]]<ref>{{Cite web|title=ROBERTS, ELEAZER (1825 - 1912), cerddor {{!}} Y Bywgraffiadur Cymreig|url=https://bywgraffiadur.cymru/article/c-ROBE-ELE-1825|website=bywgraffiadur.cymru|access-date=2022-01-22}}</ref> yn gofiant a gyhoeddwyd gan wasg [[Hughes a'i Fab]], Wrecsam ym [[1902]].
Roedd '''Horace Elford Blew''' ([[20 Ionawr]], [[1878]] -[[1 Chwefror]], [[1957]]) yn beldroediwr Cymreig a chwaraeodd dros Wrecsam, Manchester City, Manchester United a thîm cenedlaethol Cymru.
 
==Cefndir==
Mae'r gyfrol yn adrodd hanes [[Henry Richard]]<ref>{{Cite web|title=RICHARD, HENRY (1812 - 1888), gwleidyddwr {{!}} Y Bywgraffiadur Cymreig|url=https://bywgraffiadur.cymru/article/c-RICH-HEN-1812|website=bywgraffiadur.cymru|access-date=2022-01-22}}</ref> ([[3 Ebrill]] [[1812]] – [[20 Awst]] [[1888]]). Roedd Richard yn Weinidog yr Efengyl gyda'r Annibynwyr ac yn Aelod Seneddol [[Plaid Ryddfrydol (DU)|Rhyddfrydol]] dros [[Bwrdeistref Merthyr Tudful (etholaeth seneddol)|Bwrdeistref Merthyr Tudful]].<ref>{{Cite book|title=The parliamentary history of the principality of Wales, from the earliesr times to the present day, 1541-1895,|url=https://archive.org/details/cu31924030498939/page/n131/mode/2up|publisher=Brecknock : Priv. Print. for the author by E. Davis and Bell|date=1895|others=Cornell University Library|first=William Retlaw|last=Williams}}</ref> Ym 1848 etholwyd Richard yn ysgrifennydd Y Gymdeithas Heddwch<ref>{{Cite web|title=Cronicl y cymdeithasau crefyddol {{!}} Cyf. VI rhif. 63 - Gorphenaf 1848 {{!}} 1848 {{!}} Cylchgronau Cymru - Llyfrgell Genedlaethol Cymru|url=https://cylchgronau.llyfrgell.cymru/view/2361028/2432544/27|website=cylchgronau.llyfrgell.cymru|access-date=2022-01-22|language=}}</ref>, gan aros yn y swydd hyd 1885
Ganwyd Blew yn Rhostyllen, Wrecsam yn fab i Thomas Francis Blew, rheolwr gwaith papur y Bers a Hannah (née Roberts) ei wraig. Cafodd ei addysgu yn Ysgol Brydeinig, Grove Park, Wrecsam. Ym 1900 priododd Mary Alice Griffith merch William Griffiths rheolwr Melinau Pulston, Wrecsam. <ref>{{cite web|url=https://hdl.handle.net/10107/4288985|title=Y GOGLEDD - Baner ac Amserau Cymru|date=1900-06-27|accessdate=2019-02-19|publisher=Thomas Gee}}</ref> Cawsant fab a merch. Bu ei Fab, [[Frank Blew]] hefyd yn beldroediwr a chwaraeodd i Wrecsam a Llandudno.
 
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==Actors==
*[[David Bower]] (born 1969)
*[[Richard Ian Cox]] (born 1973), also comedian and radio host
*[[Garnon Davies]] (born 1982)
*[[Phoebe Davies]] (1864–1912)
*[[Robert East (actor)|Robert East]] (born 1943)
*[[Clifford Evans (actor)|Clifford Evans]] (1912–1985)
*[[Luke Evans (actor)|Luke Evans]] (born 1979)
*[[Colin George]] (born 1929)
*[[Georgia Henshaw]] (born 1993)
*[[Hywel John]] (born c.1970), more notable as a playwright
*[[Gary Jones]] (born 1958)
*[[Kate Lamb]]
*[[Gwilym Lee]] (born 1983)
*[[Bernard Lloyd]] (born 1934)
*[[Steven Meo]] (born 1977)
*[[Kimberley Nixon]] (born 1985)
*[[Jonny Owen]] (born 1971)
*[[Ian Puleston-Davies]] (born 1959)
*[[Matt Ryan]] (born 1981)
*[[Steve Speirs]] (born 1965)
*[[Melanie Walters]]
*[[Ian Whyte]] (born 1971)
*[[Robert Wilfort]]
*[[Peter Wingfield]] (born 1962)
*[[Owain Yeoman]] (born 1978)
 
==Architects==
*[[Jonathan Adams (architect)|Jonathan Adams]] (currently active)
*[[William Edwards (architect)|William Edwards]] (1719–1789)
*[[John St. Bodfan Gruffydd]] (1910–2004)
*[[Owen Jones (architect)|Owen Jones]] (1809–1874), born in London of Welsh descent
*[[Ernest Morgan]] (1881–1954)
*[[John Nash (architect)|John Nash]] (1753–1835), born in London to Welsh parents
*[[Malcolm Parry]] (born c.1938), architect, academic and TV presenter
*[[Gwynne Pugh]] (currently active)
*[[David Wyn Roberts]] (1911–1982)
*Revd. [[Thomas Thomas (architect)|Thomas Thomas]] (1817–1888)
 
 
 
 
==Artists==
 
*[[Glenys Cour]] (born 1924), painter
*[[Ivor Davies (artist)|Ivor Davies]] (born 1935), painter, mixed media, installation and mosaic artist
*[[Thomas Nathaniel Davies]] (1922–1996), painter and sculptor
*[[Nicholas Evans (artist)|Nick Evans]] (1907–2004), painter
*[[Laura Ford]] (born 1961), sculptor
*[[David Garner (artist)|David Garner]] (born 1958), installation artist
*[[John Gibson (sculptor)|John Gibson]] (1790–1866), sculptor
*[[Tony Goble]] (1943–2007), painter
*Lee Hadwin (born 1974), sleep artist
*[[Clive Hicks-Jenkins]] (born 1951), painter
*[[Robert Alwyn Hughes]] (born 1935), painter
*[[David Jones (poet)|David Jones]] (1895–1974), artist and poet
*[[Martyn Jones (painter)|Martyn Jones]] (born 1955), painter
*[[Thomas Jones (artist)|Thomas Jones]] (1742–1803), painter
*[[Heinz Koppel]] (1919–1980), painter, moved to Wales as a young man
*[[Mervyn Levy]] (1915–1996), painter, art dealer, writer and critic
*[[Geoffrey Olsen]] (1943–2007), painter
*[[John Uzzell Edwards]] (born 1937), painter
*[[Richard Wilson (painter)|Richard Wilson]] (1714–1782), painter
*[[Nathan Wyburn]] (born 1989), food artist
*[[Ernest Zobole]] (1927–1999), painter
 
==Designers==
 
*[[David Emanuel (fashion designer)|David Emanuel]] (born 1952)
*[[Timothy Everest]] (born 1961)
*[[Ross Lovegrove]] (born 1958)
*[[Tommy Nutter]] (1943–1992)
*[[Jayne Pierson]] (born 1969/1970)
 
 
 
==Entrepreneurs==
 
 
*[[William Berry, 1st Viscount Camrose]] (1879–1954), newspaper publisher
*[[Joe Blackman]] (born 1984), events and entertainment millionaire
*[[David Davies (industrialist)|David Davies Llandinam]] (1818–1890), industrialist
*[[John Hughes (businessman)|John Hughes]] (1814–1889), businessman and founder of the city of [[Donetsk]], Ukraine
*[[William Lewis, 1st Baron Merthyr|Sir William Thomas Lewis]] (1837–1914), coalowner
*[[Howard Stringer]] (born 1942), businessman
*[[David Sullivan (publisher)|David Sullivan]] (born 1949), publisher
 
 
 
==Explorers==
*[[Perce Blackborow]] (1896–1949)
 
==Film directors==
 
*[[Kevin Allen (actor)|Kevin Allen]] (born 1962)
*[[Gareth Evans (director)|Gareth Evans]] (born 1980)
*[[John Bryan Evans|John Evans]] (born 1980)
*[[Justin Kerrigan]] (born 1974)
*[[Julian Richards (director)|Julian Richards]] (born 1968)
 
 
 
==Humourists==
 
*[[Lee Dainton]] (born 1973), ''[[Dirty Sanchez (television series)|Dirty Sanchez]]'' television series
*[[Matthew Pritchard]], ''Dirty Sanchez'' television series
 
==Inventors==
 
*[[John Jones (clergyman and physician)|John Jones]] (1645–1709)
*[[Adam Powell (game designer)|Adam Powell]] (born 1976), creator of [[Neopets]]
*[[Arthur Edwin Stevens|Edwin Stevens]] (1905–1995), designed the world's first wearable electronic hearing aid
 
==Journalists and broadcasters==
 
*[[Mario Basini]] (born 1943), journalist, broadcaster and author from Merthyr Tydfil
*[[James Gomer Berry, 1st Viscount Kemsley]] (1883–1968), newspaper publisher
*[[William Berry, 1st Viscount Camrose]] (1879–1954), newspaper publisher
*[[Toby Charles]], soccer commentator for hit PBS television show ''[[Soccer Made in Germany]]'', 1976–1983
*[[Grace Coddington]] (born 1941), fashion journalist and stylist from Anglesey
*[[Russell Davies]] (born 1946), radio presenter
*[[Ciaran Jenkins]] (born 1984), journalist and broadcaster from Merthyr Tydfil
*[[Gareth Jones (presenter)|Gareth Jones]] a.k.a. Gaz Top (born 1961), presenter and broadcaster
*[[Karl Jones]] (born 1988), BBC journalist
*[[Steve Jones (presenter)|Steve Jones]] (born 1977), presenter
*[[Martyn Lewis]] (born 1945), presenter
*[[Sian Lloyd (news presenter)|Sian Lloyd]], broadcast journalist and BBC television news presenter
*[[Allison Pearson]] (born 1960), journalist and author
 
==Military men and women==
 
*[[Malcolm Douglas-Pennant, 6th Baron Penrhyn]] (1908–2003), honoured as an [[Order of the British Empire|MBE]] after the invasion of [[Sicily]] in World War II
*[[Hugh Evan-Thomas]] (1862–1928), [[Royal Navy]] [[Vice-Admiral]]
*[[William Charles Fuller]] VC (1884–1974), first Welshman to be awarded the [[Victoria Cross]] during World War I
*[[Hubert William Lewis]] [[Victoria Cross|VC]] (1896–1977)
*[[John Wallace Linton]] VC, Royal Navy Commander
*[[Sir Thomas Picton]] (1758–1815), Lieutenant-General
*[[John Williams (VC)|John Williams]] [[Victoria Cross|VC]] (1857–1932), born John Fielding
*[[Roger Williams (soldier)|Roger Williams]] (c. 1537–1595), soldier
 
==Models==
 
*[[Helen Morgan (Miss World)|Helen Morgan]] (born 1952), Miss World (1974)
*[[Kelly-Louise Pesticcio]], Miss Wales (2007)
 
==Musicians==
 
 
*[[Ivor Atkins]] (1869–1953), organist
*[[High Contrast|Lincoln Barrett]] (born 1979), aka High Contrast
*[[Waldini|Wally Bishop]] (1894–1966), 'Waldini', band leader and impresario
*[[Phil Campbell (musician)|Phil Campbell]] (born 1961), lead guitarist of [[Motörhead]]
*[[Chris Dale]], heavy metal bassist with [[Tank (band)|Tank]] and [[Sack Trick]]
*[[Marina Diamandis]] (born 1985), singer-songwriter known by her stage name Marina and the Diamonds
*[[Duffy (singer)|Aimée Ann Duffy]] (born 1984), singer and songwriter, stage name Duffy
*[[Geoff Eales]], jazz pianist
*[[Dave Evans (singer)|Dave Evans]] (born 1953), former lead singer [[AC/DC]]
*[[Roger Glover]] (born 1945), musician ([[Deep Purple]])
*[[Larry Goves]] (born 1980), composer
*[[Jem (singer)|Jemma Griffiths]] (born 1975), singer and songwriter
*[[Pete Ham]] (1947–1975), musician ([[Badfinger]])
*[[Daniel Jones (composer)|Daniel Jones]] (1912–1993), composer
*[[Gwyneth Jones (soprano)|Gwyneth Jones]] (born 1936), singer
*[[Tom Jones (singer)|Tom Jones]] (born 1940), singer
*[[Martyn Joseph]] (born 1960), singer-songwriter
*[[Jon Lee (drummer)|Jon Lee]] (1968–2002), drummer with rock band [[Feeder (band)|Feeder]]
*[[Lustmord]] (born Brian Williams), [[electronic music]]ian often credited for creating the [[dark ambient]] genre
*[[Elaine Morgan (singer)|Elaine Morgan]], singer
*[[Alexander Coe|Sasha]] (born 1969), DJ
*[[James Sauvage]] (1849–1922), singer
*[[Andy Scott-Lee]] (born 1980), singer ([[3SL]])
*[[Chris Slade]] (born 1946), rock drummer with Australian Hard Rock band [[AC/DC]]
*[[Rick Smith (Underworld)|Rick Smith]] (born 1959), keyboards and mixing, a member of British Electronic Group [[Underworld (band)|Underworld]]
*[[Sbardun|Sbardun (Alun Huws)]] (1948–2014), musician and songwriter
*[[Thighpaulsandra]] (born Tim Lewis), musician, composer
*[[John Thomas (harpist)|John Thomas]] (1826–1913), harpist and composer
*[[Lynda Thomas]] (born 1981), musician, singer-songwriter
*[[Mansel Thomas]] (1909–1986), composer
*[[Ian Watkins (singer born 1977)|Ian Watkins]] (born 1977), lead singer for [[Lostprophets]]
*[[Terry Williams (drummer)|Terry Williams]] (born 1948), drummer with [[Dire Straits]]
*[[Tim Wright (Welsh musician)|Tim Wright aka. CoLD SToRAGE]] (born 1967), composer, singer, computer game audio
*[[David Wynne (composer)|David Wynne]] (1900–1983), composer
 
 
 
 
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==Philanthropists==
 
*
*[[Albert Gubay]] (born 1928)
*[[Hugh Owen (educator)|Hugh Owen]] (1804–1881)
*[[Thomas Phillips (educational benefactor)|Thomas Phillips]] (1760–1851)
*[[Arthur Edwin Stevens|Edwin Stevens]] (1905–1995)
*[[John Wynne (industrialist)|John Wynne]] (1650–1714)
 
==Philosophers==
 
*[[Martyn Evans (academic)|Martyn Evans]]
*[[Henry Jones (philosopher)|Henry Jones]] (1852–1922)
*[[Hywel Lewis]] (1910–1992)
*[[John Lewis (philosopher)|John Lewis]] (1889–1976)
*[[H. H. Price]] (1899–1984)
*[[Mark Rowlands]] (born 1962)
*[[David Oswald Thomas]] (1924–2005)
*[[Thomas Vaughan (philosopher)|Thomas Vaughan]] (1621–1666)
*[[David Williams (philosopher)|David Williams]] (1738–1816)
*[[Rheinallt Nantlais Williams]] (1911–1993)
 
 
==Politicians==
 
*[[Kenneth Baker, Baron Baker of Dorking|Kenneth Baker]] (born 1934), [[Conservative Party (UK)|Conservative]]
*[[John Batchelor 'The Friend of Freedom'|John Batchelor]] (1820–1883), [[Liberal Party (UK)|Liberal]]
*[[Henry Bruce, 1st Baron Aberdare|Henry Bruce]] (1815–1895), Liberal
*[[Andrew Davies (Labour politician)|Andrew Davies]] [[Member of the National Assembly for Wales|AM]] (born 1952), Labour
*[[David Davies, 1st Baron Davies]] (1880–1944), Liberal
*[[Nigel Evans MP]] Conservative Member of Parliament
*[[John Frost (Chartist)|John Frost]] (1784–1877), [[Chartism|Chartist]]
*[[Janice Gregory]] [[Member of the National Assembly for Wales|AM]] (born 1955), Labour
*[[John Griffiths (Welsh politician)|John Griffiths]] [[Member of the National Assembly for Wales|AM]] (born 1956), Labour and [[Counsel General for Wales]]
*[[Ann Jones (Welsh politician)|Ann Jones]] [[Member of the National Assembly for Wales|AM]] (born 1953), Labour
*[[Elwyn Jones, Baron Elwyn-Jones|Baron Elwyn-Jones]] (1909–1989), Labour [[Lord Chancellor]] also barrister
*[[Paul Murphy (UK politician)|Paul Murphy]] (born 1946), Labour, [[Secretary of State for Northern Ireland]] 2002–05
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*[[Edward V. Robertson]] (1881–1963), [[U.S. Senator]]
*[[George Thomas, Viscount Tonypandy|George Thomas]] (1909–1997), [[Labour Party (UK)|Labour]], [[Speaker of the British House of Commons|Speaker of the House of Commons]]
*[[Thomas Vaughan (soldier)|Thomas Vaughan]] (c.1410–1483), also soldier and diplomat
*[[David John Williams|D. J. Williams]] (1885–1970), Welsh-language writer and a founder of what would become Plaid Cymru
*[[Morgan B. Williams]] (1831–1903), Republican member of the [[U.S. House of Representatives]]
*[[Alan Woods (politician)|Alan Woods]] (born 1944), [[Trotskyist]] and writer
*[[David Lloyd (Welsh politician) |Dai Lloyd]] [[Member of the National Assembly for Wales|AM]] (born 1956), [[Plaid Cymru]] politician and [[General Practitioner |GP]].
 
==Religious figures==
 
*[[Cadoc|Saint Cadoc]] (born c. 497)
*[[David Davies (clergyman)|David Davies]] (1741–1819), clergyman and social historian
*[[Samuel Ifor Enoch]] (1914-2001), Principal of the [[United Theological College, Aberystwyth]]
*Saints [[Philip Evans and John Lloyd]], Roman Catholic priests and two of the [[Forty Martyrs of England and Wales]]
*[[David Griffiths (missionary)|David Griffiths]] (1792–1863), missionary to Madagascar, translator of the first Bible written in an African language
*[[Thomas Richards (priest)]] (c. 1687–1760), [[Anglican]] priest and [[canon (priest)|canon]] of [[St Asaph's Cathedral]]
*[[Evan Roberts (minister)|Evan Roberts]] (1878–1950), [[Calvinism|Methodist]] preacher in the [[1904–1905 Welsh Revival|Welsh Revival]]
*[[John Tudno Williams]] (born 1938), Moderator of the [[Presbyterian Church of Wales]] 2006&ndash;7
*[[Rheinallt Nantlais Williams]] (1911-1993), Principal of the [[United Theological College, Aberystwyth]]
*[[William Richard Williams]] (1896–1962), Principal of the [[United Theological College, Aberystwyth]]
 
==Scientists==
 
*[[Hugh Davies (botanist)|Hugh Davies]] (1793–1821), botanist, clergyman
*[[Huw Dixon]] (born 1958), economist
*[[Herbert George]] (1893–1939), chemist, lecturer
*[[Alwyn Jones (biophysicist)|Alwyn Jones]] (born 1947), biophysicist
*[[Eifion Jones]] (1925–2004), marine botanist
*[[Emrys Jones (geographer)|Emrys Jones]] (1920–2006), geographer
*[[Steve Jones (biologist)|Steve Jones]] (born 1944), biologist, geneticist, author and television presenter
*[[Ronald Lockley]] (1903–2000), naturalist, author
*[[Gareth Roberts (physicist)|Gareth Roberts]] (1940–2007), physicist
*[[Llewellyn Hilleth Thomas]] (1903–1992), physicist; discoverer of the 'Thomas precession' in relativity theory
 
==Sports people==
 
===Athletes===
 
*[[John Ainsworth-Davis]] (1895–1976), gold medallist at the [[1920 Summer Olympics]]
*[[Jim Alford]] (1913–2004), British Empire Games gold medallist
*[[Steve Barry]] (born 1950), Commonwealth Games gold medallist
*[[Timothy Benjamin|Tim Benjamin]] (born 1982), Commonwealth Games silver medallist
*[[Steve Brace]] (born 1961), long-distance runner
*[[Lesley Brannan]] (born 1976), hammer thrower
*[[Tenby Davies]] (1884–1932), world professional half-mile champion
*[[Cecil Griffiths]] (1901–1945), gold medallist at the [[1920 Summer Olympics]]
*[[Venissa Head]] (born 1956), Commonwealth Games silver medallist
*[[David Jacobs (Welsh athlete)|David Jacobs]] (1888–1976), gold medallist at the [[1912 Summer Olympics]]
*[[Berwyn Jones]] (1940–2007), sprinter and rugby league footballer
*[[Steve Jones (athlete)|Steve Jones]] (born 1955), Commonwealth Games silver medallist and former marathon world record holder
*[[Robert Mitchell (highjumper)|Robert Mitchell]] (born 1980), high jumper
*[[Kay Morley-Brown]] (born 1963), Commonwealth Games gold medallist
*[[Catherine Murphy (athlete)|Catherine Murphy]] (born 1975), Olympic 400m runner
*[[Jonathon O'Dougherty]], British National Ice Dance champion
*[[Berwyn Price]] (born 1951), Commonwealth Games gold and silver medallist, and Olympic 110 metre hurdler
*[[Tom Richards (athlete)|Tom Richards]] (1910–1985), silver medallist at the [[1948 Summer Olympics]]
*[[Philippa Roles]] (born 1978), Commonwealth Games discus thrower
*[[Michelle Scutt]] (born 1960), Commonwealth Games silver medallist and bronze medallist at the [[1980 Summer Olympics]]
*[[Steven Shalders]] (born 1981 in Bridgend), Commonwealth Games triple jumper
*[[Tony Simmons (athlete)|Tony Simmons]] (born 1948), Olympic 10,000 metre runner
*[[Scott Simpson (athlete)|Scott Simpson]] (born 1979), Commonwealth Games pole vaulter
*[[Reg Thomas (athlete)|Reg Thomas]] (1907–1946), British Empire Games gold and silver medallist, and Olympic distance runner
*[[Angela Tooby]] (born 1960), Commonwealth Games bronze medallist
*[[Susan Tooby]] (born 1960), Olympic long distance runner
*[[Nick Whitehead]] (1933–2002), Commonwealth Games bronze medallist and bronze medallist at the [[1960 Summer Olympics]]
*[[Rhys Williams (athlete)|Rhys Williams]] (born 1984), Commonwealth Games bronze medallist
*[[Neil Winter]] (born 1973), Commonwealth Games gold medallist, Olympic pole vaulter
 
 
===Badminton===
*[[Martyn Lewis (badminton)|Martyn Lewis]] (born 1982)
*[[Richard Vaughan (badminton)|Richard Vaughan]] (born 1978)
 
===Baseball players===
*[[Jimmy Austin]] (1879–1965)
*[[Ted Lewis (ballplayer)|Ted Lewis]] (1872–1936)
*[[Peter Morris (baseball)|Peter Morris]] (1854–1884)
 
===British baseball players===
*[[Ted Peterson]] (1916–2005)
*[[George Whitcombe]] (1902–1986)
 
===Bowls===
*[[Fred Leamon]] (1919–1981)
*[[Fred Parfitt]] (1869–1953)
*[[Robert Weale]] (born 1963)
 
===Boxers===
 
*[[Jamie Arthur]] (born 1979)
*[[Eddie Avoth]] (born 1945)
*[[Albert Barnes (boxer)|Albert Barnes]] (1913–1990)
*[[Bill Beynon]] (1891–1932)
*[[David John Bowen|Dai Bowen]] (died 1912, in the sinking of the RMS ''Titanic'')
*[[Jason Cook (boxer)|Jason Cook]] (born 1975)
*[[Joe Erskine (Welsh boxer)|Joe Erskine]] (1934–1990)
*[[Colin Jones (boxer)|Colin Jones]] (born 1959)
*[[Enzo Maccarinelli]] (born 1980), former WBU cruiserweight title holder (7 defences)
*[[Johnny Owen (boxer)|Johnny Owen]] (1956–1980)
*[[David Pearce (boxer)|David 'Bomber' Pearce]] (1959–2000)
*[[Nicky Piper]] (born 1966)
*[[Steve Robinson (boxer)|Steve Robinson]] (born 1968), former WBO featherweight world title holder (7 defences)
*[[Lee Selby]] (born 1987), [[International Boxing Federation|IBF]] featherweight champion
*[[Thomas Thomas (boxer)|Tom Thomas]] (1880–1911), first British middleweight champion
 
 
 
===Cricketers===
 
*[[Alan Jones (cricketer, born 1938)|Alan Jones]] (born 1938)
*[[Jeff Jones (cricketer, born 1941)|Jeff Jones]] (born 1941)
*[[Simon Jones (cricketer)|Simon Jones]] (born 1978)
*[[Steve Watkin]] (born 1964)
 
 
 
===Cyclists===
 
*[[Kara Chesworth]] (born 1972)
*[[Craig Cooke]] (born 1984)
*[[Nina Davies (cyclist)|Nina Davies]] (born 1974)
*[[Sam Harrison (cyclist)|Sam Harrison]] (born 1992)
*[[Louise Jones (cyclist)|Louise Jones]] (born 1963)
*[[Arthur Linton]] (1868–1896)
*[[Ruby Miller (cyclist)|Ruby Miller]] (born 1992)
*[[Jon Mould]] (born 1991)
*[[Alun Owen (cyclist)|Alun Owen]]
*[[Roger Pratt (cyclist)|Roger Pratt]] (born 1944)
*[[Ross Reid (cyclist)|Ross Reid]] (born 1987)
*[[Simon Richardson (Welsh cyclist)|Simon Richardson]] (born 1966)
*[[Chris Williams (cyclist)|Chris Williams]]
*[[Will Wright (cyclist)|Will Wright]] (born 1973)
 
===Equestrians===
*[[David Broome]] (born 1940)
*[[Richard Meade]] (born 1936)
 
===Footballers===
 
*[[Dai Astley]] (1909–1989)
*[[Colin Baker (Welsh footballer)|Colin Baker]] (born 1934)
*[[Tom Baker (footballer, born 1934)|Tom Baker]] (born 1934)
*[[Tommy Bamford]] (1905–1967)
*[[Nathan Blake]] (born 1972)
*[[Horace Blew]] (1873–1957)
*[[Paul Bodin]] (born 1964)
*[[Dave Bowen]] (1928–1995)
*[[Jason Bowen (footballer)|Jason Bowen]] (born 1972)
*[[Mark Bowen (footballer)|Mark Bowen]] (born 1963)
*[[Stan Bowsher]] (1899–1968)
*[[Terry Boyle]] (born 1958)
*[[Ron Burgess (footballer)|Ronnie Burgess]] (1917–2005)
*[[Ollie Burton]] (born 1941)
*[[Roy Clarke (footballer)|Roy Clarke]] (1925–2006)
*[[Chris Coleman (footballer)|Chris Coleman]] (born 1970)
*[[James Collins (footballer)|James Collins]] (born 1983)
*[[John Cornforth (footballer)|John Cornforth]] (born 1967)
*[[Alan Curtis (footballer)|Alan Curtis]] (born 1954)
*[[Len Davies]] (1899–1945)
*[[Ron Davies (footballer born 1942)|Ron Davies]] (born 1942)
*[[Wyn Davies]] (born 1942)
*[[Mark Delaney (footballer)|Mark Delaney]] (born 1976)
*[[Trevor Edwards]] (born 1937)
*[[John Emanuel]] (born 1948)
*[[Carl Fletcher (Welsh footballer)|Carl Fletcher]] (born 1980)
*[[David Giles (footballer)|David Giles]] (born 1956)
*[[Carl Harris (footballer)|Carl Harris]] (born 1956)
*[[Terry Hennessey]] (born 1942)
*[[Ron Hewitt (footballer, born 1928)|Ron Hewitt]] (1928–2001)
*[[Barrie Hole]] (born 1942)
*[[Barry Horne (footballer)|Barry Horne]] (born 1962)
*[[Billy Hughes (footballer born 1918)|Billy Hughes]] (born 1918)
*[[Joe Jacobson]] (born 1986), left back ([[Oldham Athletic A.F.C.|Oldham Athletic]] and U21 national team)<ref name="WalesOnline">{{cite news |first=Paul |last=Rowland |title=Bluebirds' star first British Jew footballer for 25 years |url=http://www.walesonline.co.uk/news/wales-news/2007/04/10/bluebirds-star-first-british-jew-footballer-for-25-years-91466-18882090/ |publisher=[[WalesOnline]] |id= |date=10 April 2007 |accessdate=4 July 2008 |quote= }}</ref>
*[[Leighton James]] (born 1953)
*[[Robbie James]] (1957–1998)
*[[Steve Jenkins]] (born 1972)
*[[Roy John (footballer)|Roy John]] (1911–1973)
*[[Bryn Jones (footballer born 1912)|Bryn Jones]] (1912–1985)
*[[Ken Jones (footballer born 1936)|Ken Jones]] (born 1936)
*[[Andy King (footballer born 1988)|Andy King]] (born 1988)
*[[George Latham (footballer)|George Latham]] (1881–1939)
*[[Ken Leek]] (1935–2007)
*[[Andy Legg]] (born 1966)
*[[Arthur Lever (footballer)|Arthur Lever]] (1920–2004)
*[[John Lewis (footballer born 1955)|John Lewis]] (born 1955)
*[[Steve Lowndes]] (born 1960)
*[[Billy Lucas]] (1918–1998)
*[[Terry Medwin]] (born 1932)
*[[Jimmy Murphy (footballer)|Jimmy Murphy]] (1910–1989)
*[[Lewin Nyatanga]] (born 1988)
*[[Jason Perry (footballer)|Jason Perry]] (born 1970)
*[[Leighton Phillips]] (born 1949)
*[[Keith Pring]] (born 1943)
*[[Tony Pulis]] (born 1958), manager of West Bromwich Albion
*[[Kevin Ratcliffe]] (born 1960)
*[[Gil Reece]] (born 1942)
*[[Mel Rees]] (1967–1993)
*[[Ronnie Rees]] (born 1944)
*[[Stan Richards (footballer)|Stan Richards]] (1917–1987)
*[[Carl Robinson]] (born 1976)
*[[John Robinson (footballer)|John Robinson]] (born 1971)
*[[Peter Rodrigues]] (born 1944)
*[[Alf Sherwood]] (1923–1990)
*[[Fred Stansfield]] (born 1917)
*[[Derrick Sullivan|Derek Sullivan]] (1930–1983)
*[[Kit Symons]] (born 1971)
*[[Billy Thomas (footballer)|Billy Thomas]] (born 1948)
*[[Rod Thomas]] (born 1947)
*[[Nigel Vaughan]] (born 1959)
*[[Graham Vearncombe]] (1934–1993)
*[[Roy Vernon]] (1937–1993)
*[[Tony Villars]] (born 1952)
*[[Colin Webster]] (1932–2001)
*[[George Whitcombe]] (1902–1986)
*[[Harold Williams (footballer)|Harold Williams]] (born 1924)
*[[Stuart Williams (footballer)|Stuart Williams]] (born 1930)
*[[Doug Witcomb]] (born 1918)
 
 
 
===Golfers===
 
*[[Paul Affleck]] (born 1966)
*[[Errie Ball]] (1910–2014)
*[[Sion Bebb]] (born 1968)
*[[Simon Cox (golfer)|Simon Cox]] (born 1952)
*[[Karen Davies]] (born 1965)
*[[Stephen Dodd]] (born 1966)
*[[Jamie Donaldson]] (born 1975)
*[[Brian Huggett]] (born 1936)
*[[Richard Johnson (golfer)|Richard Johnson]] (born 1972)
*[[David Llewellyn (golfer)|David Llewellyn]] (born 1951)
*[[Becky Morgan]] (born 1974)
*[[Mark Mouland]] (born 1961)
*[[David Park (golfer)|David Park]] (born 1974)
*[[Philip Parkin]] (born 1961)
*[[Eleanor Pilgrim]] (born 1977)
*[[Mark Pilkington (golfer)|Mark Pilkington]] (born 1978)
*[[Phillip Price]] (born 1966)
*[[Dave Thomas (golfer)|Dave Thomas]] (1934–2013)
*[[Helen Wadsworth]] (born 1964)
 
 
 
===Field hockey===
*[[Sarah Thomas (field hockey)|Sarah Thomas]] (born 1981), Olympic bronze medallist
 
 
===Motor sports===
 
*[[Tom Cave]] (born 1991), rally driver
*[[Chaz Davies]] (born 1987), motorcycle racer
*[[Nicky Grist]] (born 1961), rally co-driver
*[[Gary Hocking]] (1937–1962), motorcycle racer
*[[Karl Jones]] (born 1959), BTCC driver
*[[Mark Jones (Motocross rider)|Mark Jones]] (born 1979), motocross rider
*[[Cyril Kieft]] (1911–2004), racing car manufacturer and driver
*[[Jackie Lewis]] (born 1936), Formula One racing driver
*[[David Llewellin]] (born 1960), rally driver
*[[Ian Lougher]] (born 1963), motorcycle racer
*[[Charlie Martin]] (1913–1998), Grand Prix racing driver
*[[Phil Mills]] (born 1963), rally co-driver
*[[Phil Morris (speedway rider)|Phil Morris]] (born 1975), speedway rider
*[[Alan Rees (racing driver)|Alan Rees]] (born 1938), Formula One racing driver
*[[Gareth Rees (motorsport commentator)|Gareth Rees]] (born 1969), former racing driver and motorsport commentator
*[[David Richards (racing)|David Richards]] (born 1952), former rally co-driver and team principal of the BAR and Benetton Formula One teams
*[[Jamie Smyth]] (born 1976), racing driver
*[[Malcolm Uphill]] (d. 1999), Grand Prix motorcycle road racer
*[[Freddie Williams (speedway rider)|Freddie Williams]] (born 1926), former Speedway World Champion
 
 
===Rowers===
*[[Katrina Jacks]] (c. 1986–2010)
*[[Tom Lucy]] (born 1988)
 
===Rugby players===
 
This list includes league, female and uncapped players
*[[Lee Beach]] (born 1982), captained Wales' world cup winning sevens team (Dubai 2009)
*[[Kevin Bowring]], former Wales national team coach
*[[Trevor Foster]] (1916–2005), international (rugby league)
*[[Lewis Jones (rugby)|Lewis Jones]] (born 1931), international (rugby league)
*[[Robert Lewis (rugby player)|Rob Lewis]] (born 1987), Wales under 18, 19 and 20 and sevens player
*[[Mike Powell (rugby union)|Mike Powell]] (born 1978)
*[[Frank Shugars]], international (rugby league)
*[[Clive Sullivan]] (born 1943), international (rugby league)
*[[Aled Thomas]] (born 1985), Wales under 17, 18, 19 and 21 and sevens player
*[[Gwyn Thomas (rugby)|Gwyn Thomas]], international (rugby league)
*[[Alex Walker (rugby union born 1986)|Alex Walker]] (born 1986), former Newport Gwent Dragons player
*[[Frank Whitcombe]], international (rugby league), Lance Todd trophy winner
*[[Lenny Woodard]] (born 1976), international (rugby union: non–test) (rugby league)
*[[Frank Young (rugby)|Frank Young]], international (rugby league)
 
 
===Snooker players===
 
*[[Dominic Dale]] (born 1971)
*[[Jamie Jones (snooker player)|Jamie Jones]] (born 1988)
*[[Mark Williams (snooker player)|Mark Williams]] (born 1975)
 
 
 
===Surfers===
 
*[[Carwyn Williams]] (born 1965)
 
 
===Swimmers===
 
*[[David Davies (swimmer)|David Davies]] (born 1985)
*[[Julie Gould]] (born 1989)
*[[Thomas Haffield]] (born 1988)
*[[Nyree Lewis]] (born 1980)
*[[Jemma Lowe]] (born 1990)
*[[David Roberts (swimmer)|David Roberts]] (born 1980)
*[[Lowri Tynan]] (born 1987)
*[[Martyn Woodroffe]] (born 1950)
 
 
===Weightlifters===
*[[David Morgan (weightlifter)|David Morgan]] (born 1964), three times Olympian, three times masters world champion and holder of three world records
 
{{Dyfyniad|Gorchwyl a droes allan wedi hynny yn brif waith ei fywyd, gwaith a'i dygodd i gysylltiad â rhai o brif enwogion y Deyrnas (Unedig) a Chyfandir Ewrob ac America, ac a wnaeth ei enw yn adnabyddus ym mhob man fel prif "Apostol Heddwch".—Bywyd a Gwaith Henry Richard, Pennod IV tud 29<ref>{{Cite web|title=Bywyd a Gwaith Henry Richard AS/Pennod IV - Wicidestun|url=https://cy.wikisource.org/wiki/Bywyd_a_Gwaith_Henry_Richard_AS/Pennod_IV|website=cy.wikisource.org|access-date=2022-01-22|language=cy}}</ref>}}
===Wrestlers===
*[[Mandrews|Mark 'Mandrews' Andrews]] (born 1992)
*[[Sandy Orford]] (1911–1986)
*[[Adrian Street]] (born 1940)
*[[Don Vines]] (1932–1989)
 
Bu Richard hefyd yn olygydd cylchgrawn y Gymdeithas Heddwch ''The Herald of Peace'' am bron i 40 mlynedd.<ref>{{Citation|title=Richard, Henry|url=https://en.wikisource.org/wiki/1911_Encyclop%C3%A6dia_Britannica/Richard,_Henry|work=1911 Encyclopædia Britannica|volume=Volume 23|access-date=2022-01-22}}</ref>
 
==Cynnwys==
Ar ôl dyfyniad o ''Heddwch'', awdl goffa i'r gwrthrych gan [[William Rees (Gwilym Hiraethog)|Gwilym Hiraethog]] a rhagymadrodd gan awdur y gyfrol daw 21 o benodau bywgraffiadol. Mae'r ddwy bennod gyntaf yn adrodd hanes ieuenctid ac addysg Richard ac yn cynnwys bywgraffiad byr o'i dad, Y Parch [[Ebenezer Richard]], un o hoelion wyth [[Methodistiaeth Galfinaidd Cymru|Methodistiaeth]] gynnar Cymru. Mae'n rhoi hanes ei swydd gyntaf yn gwerthu brethyn mewn siop yng [[Caerfyrddin|Nghaerfyrddin]] cyn penderfynu troi ei olygon at y weinidogaeth. Gan nad oedd Richard am fod yn weinidog di addysg a gan nad oedd gan y Methodistiaid Calfinaidd athrofa i hyfforddi gweinidogion ar y pryd mae'n mynd i [[Llundain|Lundain]] i hyfforddi yn athrofa'r [[Annibynwyr]] yn Highbury.
 
Mae'r drydedd bennod yn sôn am Richard yn cael ei ordeinio yn weinidog ar Gapel Marlborough yn Old Kent Road, Llundain a'i waith fel gweinidog ifanc. Mae'r bennod hefyd yn rhoi adroddiad am ei ymateb i ddirprwywyr ''[[Brad y Llyfrau Gleision|Brad y llyfrau gleision]]'' a'i amddiffyniad gwresog o [[Cymru|Gymru]], ei [[Cymry|phobl]] ei moesau a'i chrefydd [[Anghydffurfiaeth|anghydffurfiol]].
==Trade union leaders==
 
Mae gweddill y llyfr yn rhoi disgrifiadau manwl am waith diflino Richard fel ysgrifennydd y Gymdeithas Heddwch, golygydd yr ''Herald of Peace'' ac aelod seneddol yn ymgyrch dros heddwch. Mae'n trefnu cynadleddau heddwch trwy [[Ewrop]], mae'n mynd ar deithiau areithio trwy'r cyfandir i ledaenu neges heddwch. Mae'n cwrdd â gwladweinwyr a phobl o ddylanwad o dros y byd i gyd i egluro ei syniadaeth am ddefnyddio cyflafareddiad (cyd-drafod rhwng gwledydd) er mwyn osgoi rhyfel, o gael cyfraith ryngwladol i ddyfarnu ar anghydfod rhwng gwledydd a llys rhyngwladol i ddyfarnu ar anghydfod lle nad yw trafod yn llwyddo. Mae o'n dadlau yn huawdl yn erbyn cefnogwyr rhyfel gan gynnwys rhai o arweinwyr maes y gad fel [[Arthur Wellesley, Dug 1af Wellington|Dug Wellington]] a [[Napoleon I, ymerawdwr Ffrainc|Napoléon Bonaparte]].
*
*[[Moss Evans]] (1925–2002)
*[[Arthur Horner (trade unionist)|Arthur Horner]] (1894–1968)
*[[Clive Jenkins]] (1926–1999)
*[[Will Paynter]] (1903–1984)
*[[Thomas Richards (Welsh politician)|Thomas Richards]] (1859–1931)
*[[J. H. Thomas|James Henry Thomas]] (1874–1949)
 
Mae'r llyfr hefyd yn rhoi hanes ymgyrchu Richard ar bynciau oedd yn agos i'w ganol tu allan i faes heddwch a rhyfel.
* Roedd yn gefnogwr brwd i ymgais [[Osborne Morgan]] i ganiatáu i weinidogion anghydffurfiol cynnal angladdau ym mynwentydd eglwysi'r plwyf lle nad oedd mynwent capel ar gael,<ref>[https://www.legislation.gov.uk/ukpga/Vict/43-44/41/section/1/enacted Burial Laws Amendment Act 1880] adalwyd 25 Awst 2020</ref> bu hefyd yn ymgyrchu am sefydlu byrddau claddu i greu a rhedeg mynwentydd anenwadol. Roedd yn gefnogol i [[Datgysylltu'r Eglwys Anglicanaidd yng Nghymru|ddatgysylltu'r Eglwys Anglicanaidd]] ac o gael hawliau crefyddol cyfartal i bob enwad.
 
* Y maes addysg roedd yn groch yn erbyn bwriad y llywodraeth i roi addysg orfodol i blant yn gyfrifoldeb i [[Eglwys Loegr]] a bu'n ymgyrchwr brwd dros sefydlu "Ysgolion Brutanaidd" anenwadol. Bu ar bwyllgor brenhinol i drefnu gwella'r ddarpariaeth addysg ganolradd ac uwchradd yng Nghymru, gan gefnogi ymgais [[Cymdeithas yr Iaith Gymraeg (1885)|Cymdeithas yr Iaith Gymraeg]] i ddysgu'r Gymraeg yn yr ysgolion. Roedd yn gefnogol i'r ymgyrch i sefydlu [[Prifysgol Cymru]] a'i thri choleg cyntaf yn [[Prifysgol Aberystwyth|Aberystwyth]], [[Prifysgol Bangor|Bangor]] a [[Prifysgol Caerdydd|Chaerdydd]].
 
*Roedd yn wrthwynebydd cryf i ddefnydd yr ''Ysgriw'', y drefn a ddefnyddiwyd gan landlordiaid Torïaidd i gosbi eu tenantiaid trwy eu troi nhw allan o'i ffermydd, tai neu waith pe na baent yn cefnogi'r Ceidwadwyr mewn etholiadau.<ref>[https://papuraunewydd.llyfrgell.cymru/view/3674533/3674536/18/Ysgriw Y Tyst Cymreig, 21 Mai 1869 ''YR YSGRIW YN NGHYMRU'']</ref> Roedd yn gefnogol i'r ymgyrch o blaid y ''tugel'' <ref>[https://cylchgronau.llyfrgell.cymru/view/2023619/2023707/21 ''Gwleidyddiaeth'', Yr arweinydd, Cyf. I Rhif. 4 Tachwedd 1869 tud 93]</ref>(y bleidlais gudd)
==Other notables==
===Pennodau===
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* [[s:Bywyd a Gwaith Henry Richard AS/Awdl Coffa|Awdl Coffa]]
* [[s:Bywyd a Gwaith Henry Richard AS/At Y Darllennydd|At Y Darllennydd]]
* [[s:Bywyd a Gwaith Henry Richard AS/Pennod I|Pennod I]]
** Rhagarweiniad—Rhieni Mr Richard—Ei Febyd—Dylanwad crefydd Cymru arno—Yr addysg a gafodd gartref, ac yn ysgol John Evans, Aberystwyth.
* [[s:Bywyd a Gwaith Henry Richard AS/Pennod II|Pennod II]]
** Mr. Richard yn gadael cartref—Yn myned at frethynnwr i Gaerfyrddin—Yn meddwl am bregethu—Yn myned i'r Athrofa yn Highbury—Ei fywyd yno am bedair blynedd.
* [[s:Bywyd a Gwaith Henry Richard AS/Pennod III|Pennod III]]
** Mr. Richard yn weinidog capel Marlborough—Ei lafur gweinidogaethol—Ei gariad at Gymru—Ei ddarlith yn ei hamddiffyn yn erbyn cam—gyhuddiadau y dirprwywyr ar Addysg.
* [[s:Bywyd a Gwaith Henry Richard AS/Pennod IV|Pennod IV]]
** Mr. Richard yn cael ei benodi i fod yn Ysgrifennydd Cymdeithas Heddwch—Ei lafur dros y Gymdeithas—Cynhadleddau Brussels, Paris, Frankfort, a Llundain—Yn rhoi i fyny ei Swydd Weinidogaethol—Arglwydd Palmerston a'r Gymdeithas Heddwch—Cynhadleddau Manchester ac Edinburgh.
* [[s:Bywyd a Gwaith Henry Richard AS/Pennod V|Pennod V]]
** Rhyfel y Crimea-Cynhadledd Paris—Yr adran ar gyflafareddiad yn y Gytundeb—Rhyfel â China—Y ''Morning Star''—Gweithydd Amddiffynnol—Yr Arddanghosfa—Yr ymdrech o blaid heddwch cyffredinol—Rhyfel Cartrefol yr America—Achos y ''Trent''—Yn ysgrifennu * Bywgraffiad Joseph Sturge a Mr. Cobden.
* [[s:Bywyd a Gwaith Henry Richard AS/Pennod VI|Pennod VI]]
** Mr. Richard yn ceisio deffro Etholwyr Cymru,—Llythyrau a Thraethodau ar Gymru—Ei etholiad yn Aelod Seneddol—Ei Briodas.
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* [[s:Bywyd a Gwaith Henry Richard AS/Pennod VII|Pennod VII]]
** Yn dod yn Aelod Seneddol—Ysgriw y tir-feddianwyr –Ei araeth gyntaf yn y Senedd a'i heffeithiau—y gronfa i gynhorthwyo y tenantiaid—Ei areithiau ar y pwnc o Addysg yn y Senedd.
* [[s:Bywyd a Gwaith Henry Richard AS/Pennod VIII|Pennod VIII]]
** Y rhyfel rhwng Ffrainc a Phrwsia—Areithiau ac Ysgrifeniadau Mr. Richard arno—Rwsia yn cymeryd mantais ar yr amgylchiadau.
* [[s:Bywyd a Gwaith Henry Richard AS/Pennod IX|Pennod IX]]
** Y ddadl Seneddol ar Ddatgysylltiad, ac ar Addysg—Y Tugel—Achos yr Alabama—Araeth Mr. Richard yn erbyn cynhygiad Mr. Cardwell ar luestai milwrol—Y cyffro a ddilynodd—Ei daith yn yr Iwerddon, a'i araeth ym Merthyr Tydfil.
* [[s:Bywyd a Gwaith Henry Richard AS/Pennod X|Pennod X]]
** Cyflafareddiad—Araeth Mr. Richard yn y Senedd arno—Ei Deithiau ar y Cyfandir yn yr achos.
* [[s:Bywyd a Gwaith Henry Richard AS/Pennod XI|Pennod XI]]
** Taith Mr. Richard ar y Cyfandir yn achos Heddwch—Ei dderbyniad croesawgar yn Paris–Ei araeth ef, ac araeth M. Frederic Passy yno.
* [[s:Bywyd a Gwaith Henry Richard AS/Pennod XII|Pennod XII]]
** Datgorfforiad y Senedd—Mr. Richard yn cael ei ethol drachefn dros Ferthyr—Y Senedd-dymor Eglwysig—Cyfarfod llongyfarchiadol i Mr. Richard–Ei daith eto i'r Cyfandir—Ei lafur amrywiol a'i areithiau—Ei ymweliad a'r Hague—Ei areithiau yn y Senedd–Yn Gadeirydd yr Undeb Cynulleidfaol—Ei areithiau.
* [[s:Bywyd a Gwaith Henry Richard AS/Pennod XIII|Pennod XIII]]
** Yr Achos Dwyreiniol eto—Erchyllderau Bulgaria,—Y Gynhadledd Fawr yn St. James's Hall ar yr achos—Dirprwyaeth at Arglwydd Derby—Areithiau ar Heddwch gan Mr. Richard—Rhyfel Rwsia a Thwrci—Cytundeb Berlin, a barn Mr. Richard arno—Ei ymdrech i ddwyn Cyflafareddiad iddo—cynhadledd Heddwch yn Paris—Rhyfel y Zuluiaid.
 
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*[[Helen Adams]] (born 1978), runner-up in ''[[Big Brother 2001 (UK)|Big Brother 2]]'' (2001)
* [[s:Bywyd a Gwaith Henry Richard AS/Pennod XIV|Pennod XIV]]
*[[Charles Ashburner]] (born 1969), Chief Executive Trustee of the Flag Institute, owner of MrFlag brand
** Mr. Gladstone yn Brif Weinidog—Etholiad Mr. Richard—Ei Areithiau, a'i amddiffyniad i'r Cymry—Y Mesur Claddu—Ei Areithiau yn y Senedd—Ei ymgais gael lleihad yn ein Darpariadau Milwrol—Helynt y Transvaal.— Barn Mr. Richard arno—Anerchiad iddo yn Leicester a Merthyr.
*[[Seymour Berry, 1st Baron Buckland]] (1877–1928), industrialist
* [[s:Bywyd a Gwaith Henry Richard AS/Pennod XV|Pennod XV]]
*[[Samuel Ifor Enoch]] (1914–2001), theologian
** Mr. Richard yn Aelod o'r ''Departmental Committee'' ar Addysg yng Nghymru—Erthygl Esgob Llandaff ac atebiad Mr. Richard—Ei Araeth yn y Senedd ar Achos Borneo.
*[[George Jeffreys, 1st Baron Jeffreys]] (1648–1689), hanging judge
* [[s:Bywyd a Gwaith Henry Richard AS/Pennod XVI|Pennod XVI]]
*[[Angus McBean]] (1904–1990), photographer
** Yr helynt yn yr Aifft—Areithiau Mr. Richard yn y Senedd ar y cwestiwn—Ymddistwyddiad Mr. Bright—Ei araeth yn erbyn blwydd-dal Arglwydd Wolseley a'r Llyngesydd Seymour—Y rhyfel yn y Soudan—Araeth Mr. Richard arno—Yr ymgais i Waredu Gordon.
*Marcus Piggott (born 1971), fashion photographer, half of duo [[Mert and Marcus]]
* [[s:Bywyd a Gwaith Henry Richard AS/Pennod XVII|Pennod XVII]]
*[[Arwel Richards]] (born 1982), columnist and businessman
** Colegau Gogledd a Deheudir Cymru—Ei Lafur Seneddol—Arwyddion Henaint—Ei Daith ar y Cyfandir—Ei Ysgrifau i'r Newyddiaduron, a'i Lafur yn y Senedd—Ei Ymddiswyddiad fel Ysgrifennydd Cymdeithas Heddwch—Ei Anrhegu â 4,000g—Rhyfeloedd heb gydsyniad y Senedd—Datgorfforiad y Senedd—Etholiad Mr. Richard am y Bedwaredd Waith.
*[[James Sommerin]] (born c. 1978), chef
* [[s:Bywyd a Gwaith Henry Richard AS/Pennod XVIII|Pennod XVIII]]
*[[John Tabatabai]] (born 1987), professional poker player
** Mr. Richard yn cael ei bennodi yn aelod o'r Pwyllgor Brenhinol ar Addysg—Ei lafur mawr arno, er ei afiechyd —Ei erthygl nodweddiadol ar Gymru yn y Daily News.
*[[Robert Vaughan (antiquary)|Robert Vaughan]] (c.1592–16 May 1667), antiquary
* [[s:Bywyd a Gwaith Henry Richard AS/Pennod XIX|Pennod XIX]]
*[[John Tudno Williams]] (born 1938), theologian
** Iechyd Mr. Richard yn datfeilio—Ei gariad at Gymru—Yn myned i Dreborth—Ei fwynhad yno—Ei farwolaeth sydyn—Ei gladdedigaeth yn Llundain—Anerchiad Dr. Dale—Teyrnged Mr. Gladstone i'w gymeriad—Sylwadau y Wasg ar ei fywyd a'i waith.
*[[William Richard Williams (theologian)|William Richard Williams]] (1896–1962), theologian
* [[s:Bywyd a Gwaith Henry Richard AS/Pennod XX|Pennod XX]]
*[[Thomas Wynne]] (1627–1691), surgeon, [[Quaker]] and friend of [[William Penn]]
** Adolygiad ar brif waith bywyd Mr. Richard—Ei safle ar y pwnc o Heddwch—Sylwedd ei brif ysgrifeniadau arno.
*[[Mike Young (producer)|Mike Young]] (born 1945), TV producer
* [[s:Bywyd a Gwaith Henry Richard AS/Pennod XXI|Pennod XXI]]
*[[Andrew House]] (born 1965), President and Group CEO of [[Sony Computer Entertainment]] (2011–Present)
** Y dadleuon yn erbyn Cyflafareddiad—Yn beth mewn gweithrediad eisoes—Dros ddau cant o engreifftiau rhwng 1815 a 1901—Llwyddiant llafur Mr. Richard.
* [[s:Bywyd a Gwaith Henry Richard AS/Atodiad|Atodiad]]
** Yn cynnwys rhai o syniadau neilltuol Mr. Richard ar y cwestiwn o Ryfel a Heddwch.
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==Cyfeiriadau==
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[[Categori:Llyfrau ar Wicidestun]]
==See also==
[[Categori:Llyfrau Cymreig 1902]]
[[Categori:Llyfrau Cymraeg am hanes crefydd]]
[[Categori:Bywgraffiadau Cymraeg]]
[[Categori:Llyfrau Cymraeg a Chymreig ar ''Internet Archive'']]
[[Categori:Heddychwyr Cymreig]]