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List of Chancellors of Cymru (Welsh History Post Glyndwr)

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The following is a list of the Chancellors of Wales.

Chancellors of Wales

  1. Gruffydd Young (Also 1st Archbishop of St Davids post independence) 1403-1435
  2. Ieuan ap Bleddyn, Bishop of St Asaph 1435-1441
  3. Einion Trefor, Bishop of Hereford 1441-1460
  4. Dafydd Young (Nephew to Gruffydd) 1460 – 1488
  5. Gwillym Young (Son of Dafydd) 1488-1499
  6. Meurig Powell (Earl of Pembroke) 1499-1515
  7. Prince Rhys of Powys 1515-1547
  8. Gruffyd Fychan Abbott of Strata Florida 1547-1560
  9. Tomos Goch Abbott of Valle Crucis Abbey (Abaty Glyn y Groes) 1560-1572
  10. Fychan Parry, Abbott of Neath Abbey 1572-1598
  11. Einion Tomos 1598-1600 (Calvinist Preacher to Marc)
  12. Gwydion ap Hael, Bishop of Bangor 1600-1621
  13. Rhys Fychan, Bishop of Llandaff 1621-1635
  14. Elphin Preece, Bishop of Llandaff 1635-1643
  15. Gruffydd Young, Lord of Cemais, 1643-1655
  16. Cadawg Powell, Lord of Ial, 1655-1667
  17. Seith ap Einion, Lord of Emlyn, 1667-1674
  18. Llewellyn Preece, Abbott Tintern Abbey 1674-1683
  19. Position Vacant 1683-1703
  20. Tomos Eifion, Abbott of St Dogmaels Abbey 1703-1709
  21. Seith Vaughan 1709-1714 (First Non-Noble/Non-Ecclesiastical Chancellor)
  22. Prince Llewelyn of Powys 1714-1718
  23. Position Vacant 1718-1790
  24. Earl Iago of Pembroke 1790-1815
  25. Earl Maelgwyn of Ystrad Towy 1815-1823
  26. Earl Dafydd of Brycheiniog 1823-1829
  27. Earl Marc of Henfford 1829-1834
  28. Duke Maelgwyn of Gwent 1834-1840
  29. Earl Elphin of Ynys Mon 1840-1844
  30. Gwillym Tomos, Archbishop of Brecon 1844-1851(Civil War Period)
  31. Duke Edmund of March 1851-1856
  32. Lord Vaughan of Penychan 1856-1865
  33. Lord Llewelyn of Meirionnydd 1865-1875
  34. Earl Maelgwyn of Dean 1875-1881
  35. Duke Gruffydd of March 1881-1889
  36. Earl Tomos of Henfford 1889-1894
  37. Duke Gruffydd of March 1894-1900
  38. Tomos Vaughan – 1 Political Chancellor of Wales 1900-1905
  39. Tomos Vaughan 1905-1910 (Returned to post 2 time)
  40. Lord Gruffydd 1910-1919
  41. Gethin Williams 1919-1920
  42. Position Vacant 1920-1925
  43. Vaughan Fychan 1925-1931
  44. Gwillym Howells 1931-1933
  45. Iorwerth Bycysten 1933-1940
  46. Adolf Hitler March 1940-August 1940
  47. Field Marshall Ieuan Thomas 1940-1942
  48. Field Marshall Ieuan Thomas 1942-1949 (Executive Powers)
  49. Rheged ap Seith 1949-1950 (Communist Chancellor)
  50. Thomas ap Tomos Gruffydd 1950-52 (Interim Chancellor)
  51. Thomas ap Tomos Gruffydd 1952-1957
  52. Dafydd Fychan (CDP) 1957-62
  53. Dafydd Fychan (CDP) 1962-1968 (Extra Parliamentary Session)
  54. Harri Protheroe (SDP) 1968-1973
  55. Marc ap Gethin ab Harri Griffiths 1973-1978 (Communist Chancellor)
  56. Tudor Ivan 1978-1979 (Communist Chancellor – Extra Parliamentary Session)
  57. Griffith Preece (CDP) 1979-1984
  58. Griffith Preece (CDP) 1984-1989
  59. Wynn Geriant Tomos (SDP) 1989-1994
  60. Alun Wynn Howells 1994-1998 (Communist Chancellor- Now Called Socialist Party)
  61. Alun Wynn Howells (Socialist) 1998-2003
  62. Dafydd Iwan (Socialist) 2003-2008
  63. Carwyn Jones (CDP) 2008-2013
  64. Iwan Meurig (YD) 2013 - Present

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