November / Tachwedd
Sixth century; abbot. His holy well and inscribed stone are at Twyn.
Sixth century; abbot. His relics are at Locarn.
Seventh century; abbess. Restored to life by Beuno she became a nun. She was buried at Gwytherin but the Benedictines took her relics to Shrewsbury in 1138 AD, where a few remain. Her holy well is at Holywell.
Sixth century; hermit. Converted by Brychan.
Fifth century; monk.
Sixth century; abbot. He founded Llanilltud-Fawr of wide renown.
Donald Houston (actor) born 1923 in Tonypandy
Dame Gwynneth Jones (singer) born 1937 in Pontnewydd
Sixth century; abbot. Son of Selyf, he founded the monastery at Caer-Gybi on land given by Maelgwn.
Bryn Terfel (singer) born 1965
Sixth century; monk. Son of Coel Godebog and grandfather of Deiniol.
Roy Jenkins (politicain/biograp her) born 1920
Seventh century; king and confessor.
Sixth century; bishop. Founded the monastery on Caldey Island, with Samson, may have been bishop of Llandaff, died on Bardsey. In 1120 AD his relics were brought to Llandaff.
Nye Bevan (politician) born 1897
Sixth century; bishop. A welsh monk who became the apostle of Brittany.
Sixth century; bishop and cousin of Dewi Sant. His tombstone may be at Llanafan-Fawr.
Sixth century; nun. A daughter of Brychan.
Seventh century; abbot and first bishop of Dromore.
St Pawl Hen
Sixth century; first bishop of St Pol de Leon. His relics were given to the abbey of fleury in 960 AD though some were returned to the cathedral in St Pol de Leon.
St Deiniol Fab
Sixth century; succeeded his father as bishop of Bangor
Sixth century; nun.
Paul Murphy (politician) born 1948 in Usk
Kim Howells MP born 1946 in Merthyr Tydfil
Sixth century; abbot. Brother to Selyf and disciple of Cybi.
Sian Williams (broadcaster) born 1964
Ryan Giggs (footballer) born 1973 in Cardiff
Sixth century; hermit.