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Andrew Glyn

Andrew John Glyn (1943—2007) economist and socialist

Elinor Glyn (1864—1943) novelist and screenwriter

George Carr Glyn (1797—1873) banker

George Grenfell Glyn (1824—1887) politician and banker

Glyn Ceiriog

Glyn Cuch

Glyn Edmund Daniel (1914—1986) archaeologist and writer

Glyn Hughes (b. 1935)

Glyn Johns

Glyn Jones (1905—1995) poet and writer

Glyn Maxwell (b. 1962)

Glyn Philpot (1884—1937) painter and sculptor

Glyn Rhosyn

Glyn W. Humphreys

Gutor Glyn (fl. c. 1425—1523) poet

Handley Carr Glyn Moule (1841—1920) bishop of Durham

Isabella Glyn (1823—1889) actress

Lewys Glyn Cothi (fl. c. 1437—1499) poet

Sir Alfred Charles Glyn Egerton (1886—1959) chemist

Sir Glyn Smallwood Jones (1908—1992) colonial governor

Sir Richard Carr Glyn (1755—1838) banker

Sir Richard Glyn (1711—1773) drysalter and banker

William Glyn (c. 1507—1558) bishop of Bangor

(William) Glyn Hughes Simon (1903—1972) archbishop of Wales

(William) Patrick Glyn McCormick (1877—1940) Church of England clergyman


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Welsh word for valley, first element in dozens of place-names; see GLEN, GLEN-.

Subjects: Religion.

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