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1880 Born in Llandinam, son of [[Edward Davies (1853-1898)|Edward Davies]]
 
1880 Born in Llandinam, son of [[Edward Davies (1853-1898)|Edward Davies]]
  
1st Baron Llandinam
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1899 Entered Cambridge University
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1903 Gained B.A.
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1906-29  M.P. for Montgomeryshire
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F.R.G.S.
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Colliery Proprietor and Director of Public Companies.
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President of Football Association of Wales. Director of numerous companies. Member of the Court of the University of Wales. President of University College, Aberystwyth; of the National Library of Wales, etc.
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WWI Raised and commanded 14th Royal Welsh Fusiliers 1914-16.
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1916 Parliamentary Secretary to Lloyd George.
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1932 Created 1st Baron of Llandinam
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Twice married and had issue
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1944 Died
  
  

Latest revision as of 15:58, 10 July 2020

1880 Born in Llandinam, son of Edward Davies

1899 Entered Cambridge University

1903 Gained B.A.

1906-29 M.P. for Montgomeryshire

F.R.G.S.

Colliery Proprietor and Director of Public Companies.

President of Football Association of Wales. Director of numerous companies. Member of the Court of the University of Wales. President of University College, Aberystwyth; of the National Library of Wales, etc.

WWI Raised and commanded 14th Royal Welsh Fusiliers 1914-16.

1916 Parliamentary Secretary to Lloyd George.

1932 Created 1st Baron of Llandinam

Twice married and had issue

1944 Died


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