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AARON, Richard Ithamar (1901 - 1987), Professor of Philosophy, University College of Wales, Aberystwyth, 1932–69

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AINSWORTH-DAVIS, James Richard (1861 - 1934), Major (retired); Member General Committee of the Ypres League; a Lecturer for Empire Marketing Board and British Empire Cancer Campaign; formerly Principal Royal Agricultural College, Cirencester, and a Professor in the Universities of Bristol and Wales; Life Governor of, and formerly Dean of the Science Faculty, and Professor of Zoology and Geology in the University College of Wales, Aberystwyth

ANWYL, Edward (1866 - 1914), Professor of Welsh and Comparative Philology, University College of Wales, Aberystwyth; chairman of the Central Welsh Board for Intermediate Education; president of the Theological Board of the University of Wales; member of Royal Commission on Ancient Monuments in Wales

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BEYNON, (William John) Granville (1914 - 1996), Professor and Head of Department of Physics, University College of Wales, Aberystwyth, 1958–81, then Emeritus Professor and Hon. Fellow

BOOTH, Ken (born 1943), E. H. Carr Professor of International Politics, 1999–2008, Senior Research Associate, Department of International Politics, since 2009, and Director, David Davies Memorial Institute of International Studies, since 2010, Aberystwyth University (formerly University of Wales, Aberystwyth); Editor, International Relations, since 2003

CHAPPLE, Charles Roberts (1874 - 1965), Emeritus Professor and formerly Professor of Education and Head of the Department for the Training of Primary and Secondary Teachers, University College of Wales, Aberystwyth

CLARK, Ian (born 1949), E. H. Carr Professor, Aberystwyth University (formerly University of Wales, Aberystwyth), since 2008 (Professor of International Politics, 1998–2008)

DAVIES, Susan Jane (born 1941), Lecturer in Palaeography, Aberystwyth University (formerly University of Wales, Aberystwyth), 1979–2008

DAVIES, William Llewelyn (1887 - 1952), Librarian of the National Library of Wales, Aberystwyth, since 1930

DODGSHON, Robert Andrew (born 1941), Gregynog Professor of Human Geography, 2001–07, now Emeritus Professor, and Director, 1998–2003, Institute of Geography and Earth Sciences, University of Wales, Aberystwyth

ELLIS, Thomas Iorwerth (1899 - 1970), on staff of Classics Department, University College of Wales, Aberystwyth, 1941–46

ELLISON, William (1911 - 1978), JP; Professor of Agriculture, University College of Wales, Aberystwyth, since 1946; Vice-Principal of the College, 1966–68

EVANS, E. Vincent (died 1934), RHistS; Member of Council, Editor of Transactions, and Secretary to the Honourable Society of Cymmrodorion and the Cymmrodorion Record Series Fund; and Secretary and Editor of the publications of the National Eisteddfod Association (from 1881); Hon. Secretary of the Welsh National Presentation to King George V and Queen Mary, 1893; Governor of the University of Wales; Member of Council and Governor University College of North Wales, Bangor; Member of Council and Governor University College of Wales, Aberystwyth; Member of Council and Governor of the National Museum; Governor and Member of Council of the National Library, Wales; Member of the Board of Celtic Studies, and Chairman of the Archæological Sub Committee; Chairman and Hon. Treasurer of the London Welsh Charitable Aid Society; Chairman of the Executive Committee of the London Welsh Battalions, 1914–18; Hon. Treasurer of National Fund for Welsh Troops, 1915–19; Joint Honorary Treasurer of the Welsh National Fund, 1918; Trustee of the Welsh Troops’ Children’s Fund, 1918–30; Trustee of the National War Museum; Chairman and Treasurer of the London Welsh Belgian Refugees Fund, 1914–15; PM and Treasurer London Welsh Lodge of Freemasons; first WM Gwynedd Lodge; PZ London Welsh Chapter; PGD; and PGAS; Vice-President and Member of Executive Committee of the Cambrian Archæological Association, President 1918; Member of the Council of the Royal Drawing Society; Member of the Executive Committee and Treasurer of the Welsh Folk-Song Society; Chairman of the Executive Committee of the Welsh Bibliographical Society; Chairman of the Royal Commission on Ancient Monuments in Wales and Monmouthshire, and Member of the Royal Commission on Public Records; Chairman of the Advisory Board on Ancient Monuments (Wales); JP Merioneth; High Sheriff, 1919–20

EVANS, Ifor Leslie (1897 - 1952), Principal, University College of Wales, Aberystwyth, since 1934; Chairman, University of Wales Estates Committee and Press Board

EVANS, John Young (1865 - 1941), Senior Professor (Church History) of the United Theological College, Aberystwyth

EVANS, Trefor Ellis (1913 - 1974), Professor of International Politics, University of Wales, Aberystwyth, since 1969

GRUFFYDD, (Robert) Geraint (born 1928), Director, University of Wales Centre for Advanced Welsh and Celtic Studies, Aberystwyth, 1985–93

HERBERT, Sydney (1886 - 1967), JP; Lecturer in History from 1928, and International Politics from 1919, University College of Wales, Aberystwyth; retired, 1951

HESLOP-HARRISON, John (1920 - 1998), Royal Society Research Professor, University College of Wales, Aberystwyth, 1977–85

JACOBS, John Arthur (1916 - 2003), Hon. Professor, Institute of Geography and Earth Sciences, University of Wales (formerly University College of Wales), Aberystwyth, since 1989; Professor of Geophysics, 1974–83, and Fellow, Darwin College, since 1976 (Vice Master, 1978–82), University of Cambridge

JAMES, Eleanor Mary (1935 - 2011), Lecturer in Mathematics, University College of Wales, Aberystwyth, 1957–92

JENKINS, David (1848 - 1915), Professor in Music and head of the department of music at University College, Aberystwyth, from 1899

 

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Hymn‐tune by Joseph Parry to which words ‘Jesu, lover of my soul’ are sung. Tune pubd. 1879. Words, by Charles Wesley, written in 1740 for his Hymns and Sacred Poems.

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