Prince of Wales – vacant
Princess of Wales – vacant
8 September – The Society of Cymmrodorion sponsors a major eisteddfod at Welshpool.
18 December – William Chambers inherits the Stepney estate.
The first gasometer in Wales is built at Greenfield, Flintshire.
William Davies Evans develops the Evans Gambit.
Major repairs to Bangor Cathedral are begun.
Two new furnaces are erected at the Dyffryn ironworks by Anthony Hill.
Approximate date of construction of the "leat" at Loggerheads, Denbighshire, used in the local lead mining industry.
T. G. Cumming – Description of the Iron Bridges of Suspension now erecting over the Strait of Menai at Bangor and over the River Conway
David Davis (Castellhywel) – Telyn Dewi
Benjamin Jones (P A Môn) – An Elegy on the death of Benjamin B. Jones, the eldest surviving child of B. Jones of Holyhead
Welsh Minstrelsy: Containing the Land beneath the Sea
Seren Gomer (collection of hymns including Grongar by John Edwards)
17 February - James Crichton-Stuart, politician (d. 1891)
March - Isaac D. Seyburn, Welsh-born merchant captain and naval officer (d. 1895)
24 July – Robert Jones Derfel, poet (d. 1905)
15 December - Morgan Thomas, Welsh-born Australian surgeon and philanthropist (d. 1903)
John Basson Humffray, political reformer in Australia (d. 1891)
David James Jenkins, shipowner and politician (d. 1891)
1 February - John Rice Jones, Welsh-born American politician and soldier, 64
18 April – Edward Jones, harpist ("Bardd y Brenin"), 72
30 July – David Howell, American jurist of Welsh descent, 77
November – William Moses, poet, 82
24 December - John Downman, artist, 74
date unknown – Thomas Parry, Chennai merchant, 56
1824 in Wales Wikipedia
This article is about the particular significance of the year 1824 to Wales and its people.