Monastic Wales.

People recorded in the database

Abbesses of Llanllugan

Abbesses of Llanll?r

Abbots of Bardsey

Abbots of Basingwerk

Abbots of Conwy

Abbots of Cwmhir

Abbots of Cymer

Abbots of Grace Dieu

Abbots of Llantarnam

Abbots of Margam

Abbots of Neath

Abbots of St Dogmaels

Abbots of Strata Florida

Abbots of Strata Marcella

Abbots of Talley

Abbots of Tintern

Abbots of Valle Crucis

Abbots of Whitland

Adam de la Rupe (Roche)

Adam of Orleton , bishop

Adam of Usk , chronicler

Agnes (Nest)

Arnulf of Montgomery , magnate

Bernard , bishop of St David's

Bernard of Neufmarché; Newmarket; Newmarch , landowner


Cadell ap Gruffudd

Cadwallon ap Madog , Welsh prince; ruler of Maelienydd

Martin? Cadwgan , abbot of Whitland and bishop of Bangor

Clement , prior of Llanthony

Dafydd ab Owain , Cistercian abbot and bishop of St Asaph

Dafydd ap Gwilym , poet

Dafydd ap Llywelyn , prince of Gwynedd

de Bohun (Bohun) , lords of Brecon; earls of Hereford

de Bohun, Henry , earl of Hereford

de Braose (Braose)

Edmund Grey , first earl of Kent (1416-90) and lord of Ruthin

Edmund Mortimer , fifth earl of March and seventh earl of Ulster

Edmund Tudor, earl of Richmond

Edmund, first earl of Lancaster (Edmund Crouchback) , lord of Monmouth

Edward I , king of England , lord of Ireland, duke of Aquitaine

Edward II , king of England

Edward III, king of England and lord of Ireland, and duke of Aquitaine

Edward Stradling, sheriff of Glamorgan

Elizabeth de Burgh; Elizabeth de Clare , magnate and founder of Clare College, Cambridge

Enoch , founding abbot of Strata Marcella

Geoffrey of Henlaw , prior of Llanthony; bishop of St David's

Gerald of Wales; Giraldus Cambrensis , archdeacon of Brecon

Geva de Burci

Gilbert de Clare, seventh earl of Gloucester and sixth earl of Hereford

Gilbert fitz Richard; Gilbert de Clare; Gilbert of Tonbridge; Gilbert fitz Richard , Earl of Clare

Gilbert, abbot of Margam (1203-1213)

Gruffudd ap Cynan

Gruffudd ap Llywelyn , ruler in Wales

Gruffydd ap Gwenwynwyn , lord of Upper Powys

Guto'r Glyn , Welsh bard

Gutun Owain; Gruffudd ap Huw ab Owain , poet

Gwladus (Gwladys)

Hamelin de Barham; Hamelin de Ballon (Balun / Baeluns) , lord of Much Marcle, Herefordshire; lord of Abergavenny

Henry de Beaumont (Newburgh) , earl of Warwick

Henry Fitzroy , duke of Richmond and Somerset

Henry I , king of England, lord of Normandy

Henry II , king of England, duke of Normandy and of Aquitaine, count of Anjou

Henry III , king of England and lord of Ireland, and duke of Aquitaine

Henry IV; Henry Bolingbroke , king of England and lord of Ireland, and duke of Aquitaine

Henry of Lancaster [Henry of Grosmont], first duke of Lancaster

Henry V , king of England

Henry VI, king of England

Henry VIII , King of England

Hervey , bishop of Bangor

Hugh de Lacy , lord of Weobley and Ewyas

Hugh Despenser (the Younger) , first Lord Despenser

Hugh, second earl of Stafford

Hywel ab Iorwerth , lord of Caerleon

Hywel ap Gruffudd

Iorwerth (Gervase), abbot of Talley and bishop of St David's

Isabella, queen of England and countess of Gloucester

John (Lackland) , king of England, and lord of Ireland, duke of Normandy and of Aquitaine, and count of Anjou

John Grey , second Lord Grey of Wilton

John Leland , antiquary, poet

John of Hastings , second Lord Hastings

John of Monmouth , lord of Monmouth

John Pecham; Peckam; Peckham , Archbishop of Canterbury

Lewis Môn

Llywelyn ab Iorwerth; Llywelyn Fawr , prince of Gwynedd

Llywelyn ap Gruffudd , Prince of Wales

Llywelyn Bren; Llywelyn ap Gruffudd ap Rhys , rebel leader

Madog ap Gruffydd Maelor , ruler in Powys (north)

Maredudd ap Cynan ab Owain Gwynedd , lord of Meirionydd

Maredudd ap Rhobert , lord of Cydewain

Maurice de Londres

Morgan ab Owain , lord of Caerleon

Morgan ap Caradog , lord of Afan

Owain Brogyntyn (Oenus de Porchinton)

Owain Cyfeiliog; Owain ap Gruffudd , ruler of S. Powys

Owain Glyn D?r; Owen Glendower; Owain ap Gruffudd Fychan , declared prince of Wales

Payn de Turbervill , Sir

Payne de Chaworth , lord of Kidwelly

Peter fitz Herbert , lord of Blaenllynfi and Talgarth

Prioresses of Llanll?r

Prioresses of Usk

Priors of Pill

Priors of Abergavenny

Priors of Bassaleg

Priors of Beddgelert

Priors of Brecon

Priors of Caldey

Priors of Cardiff

Priors of Cardigan

Priors of Carmarthen (Augustinian)

Priors of Carmarthen (Benedictine)

Priors of Chepstow

Priors of Ewenny

Priors of Goldcliff

Priors of Haverfordwest

Priors of Kidwelly

Priors of Llanbadarn Fawr

Priors of Llandovery

Priors of Llangennith

Priors of Llangua

Priors of Llanthony Prima

Priors of Malpas

Priors of Monmouth

Priors of Pembroke

Priors of Penmon

Priors of Puffin Island

Priors of Ruthin

Priors of St Clears

Priors of St Tudwal's Island

Ranulf de Gernon; Ranulph de Gernon , Earl of Chester

Rhodri ab Owain Gwynedd , lord of Aston; prince of Gwynedd

Rhys ap Gruffudd , prince of Deheubarth

Rhys ap Maredudd

Rhys ap Thomas , Sir

Richard de Clare , lord of Clare, Tonbridge, and Ceredigion

Richard de Clare; Richard fiz Gilbert , second earl of Pembroke [earl of Striguil]

Richard de Granville (Grainville), baron

Richard fitz Alan; Richard (II) , earl of Arundel

Richard fitz Pons , marcher lord

Richard II , king of England and lord of Ireland, and duke of Aquitaine

Richard III , king of England and lord of Ireland

Richard Marshal , sixth earl of Pembroke, lord of Leinster, Longueville, and Orbec

Richard Neville, sixteenth earl of Warwick and sixth earl of Salisbury

Richard of York , third duke of York

Robert , first earl of Gloucester, lord of Glamorgan

Robert Béthune , prior of Llanthony; bishop of Hereford

Robert de Chandos , Norman magnate

Robert fitz Hamo; Robert fitz Haimon , magnate and soldier

Robert fitz Martin , lord of Camain / Cemais

Robert fitz Richard (Robert of Haverford), lord of Haverfordwest

Robert fitz Stephen , constable of Cardigan and lord of Pennardd

Robert of Hay , lord of Gwynll?g

Roger (II) de Mortimer , lord of Wigmore

Roger Bigod IV , earl of Norfolk

Roger fitz Miles , earl of Hereford

Roger le Poer , bishop of Salisbury


Thomas Pennant , Abbot of Basingwerk

Tudur Aled , Welsh poet

Walter de Clare; Walter Fitz Richard , baron; lord of Chepstow

Walter de Lacy , magnate

Walter of St Dogmaels , Abbot

Wihenoc of Monmouth (de Monemue)

William (I) the Conqueror , king of England, duke of Normandy

William (second) earl of Gloucester

William ap Thomas , Sir

William de Braose (Briouze) , magnate

William fitz Osbern , earl

William Freney , Dominican friar and archbishop of Edessa

William Herbert , Earl of Pembroke

William Marshal , fourth earl of Pembroke

William Marshal the Younger, fifth earl of Pembroke

William of Worcester; William of Worcestre; William Botoner , author and topographer

William of Wycombe (Wycumbe) , prior of Llanthony

Winebald de Baeluns (Ballon; Balun) , lord of Caerleon

Nave of the church at Tintern showing the clustered piers