William Rees (Gwilym Hiraethog)
The Rev. William Rees (8 November 1802 – 8 November 1883), usually known in Wales by his bardic name of Gwilym Hiraethog, was a Welsh poet and author, one of the major figures of Welsh literature during the 19th century.
Gwilym Hiraethog took his pseudonym from his birthplace, a farm on the Hiraethog mountain in Denbighshire. Largely self-educated, he was a polymath, who took an interest in astronomy and political science as well as being a Nonconformist minister and a leading literary figure.
- Emmanuel (1861)
- Gweithiau Barddonol Gwilym Hiraethog (1855)
- Llythyrau 'Rhen Ffarmwr (1878)
- Aelwyd F'Ewythr Robert (1852)
- Helyntion Bywyd Hen Deiliwr (1877)
- Y Dydd Hwnnw