Peter Clement Bartrum (1907 in Hampstead, London, England — 14 August 2008), was a researcher and genealogist who, from the 1930s onwards, specialised in the genealogy of the Welsh nobility of the Middle Ages.
Educated at Queen's College, Oxford, he began his career as a meteorologist. Although an Englishman by birth, he developed a lifelong interest in the history and genealogy of the royal families and nobility of mediaeval Wales. He learned to read the Welsh language and went on to publish a compendious series of volumes containing the edited texts of medieval Welsh genealogical tracts and his own detailed reconstructions of family lines. His work is now an essential resource for any serious student of early and medieval Welsh history.
- Early Welsh Genealogical Tracts (1966)
- Welsh Genealogies AD 300-1400 (1974)
- Welsh Genealogies AD 1400-1500 (1983)
- "(Peter Bartrum obituary)". The Times. News UK. August 21, 2008.[dead link]
- Bartrum, Jonathan (October 19, 2008). "Peter Bartrum". The Guardian. Other lives. Guardian Media Group.
- Bartrum, Peter. "Prosiect Bartrum/Bartrum Project". Cadair Open Source Repository. Aberystwyth University.
- Bartrum, Peter. "Casgliad Bartrum / Bartrum Collection". Cadair Open Access Repository. Aberystwyth University. Retrieved June 20, 2020.
- Bartrum, Peter. "Rhagair Bartrum/Bartrum Introduction (WG1)". Cadair Open Source Repository. Aberystwyth University. Retrieved June 20, 2020.
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