Archbishops of Wales (19202010)
The Church in Wales is an independent province of the Anglican communion with its own archbishop and six dioceses. Disestablishment from the Church of England took place in 1920 following the passage of legislation by the Liberal government in September 1914, subsequently delayed for the duration of the First World War, and amended by the Welsh Church (Temporalities) Act
, 1919. The first archbishop of Wales, Alfred George Edwards, was enthroned at St Asaph's Cathedral on 1 June 1920. The appointment, which is held in conjunction with the incumbent's existing bishopric, is made by the six diocesan bishops, from whom a new archbishop is chosen.
This list is ordered chronologically, and gives the dates of office and bishopric for each incumbent.