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Lloyd Davies

(1922—2004)


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George Maitland Lloyd Davies (1880—1949) pacifist

DAVIES, George Maitland Lloyd (1880 - 1949)

LLOYD DAVIES, Trevor Arthur (1909 - 1998)

Davies, Lloyd (1922–2004)

LLOYD, John Davies Knatchbull (1900 - 1978), DL; JP

LLOYD DAVIES, J(ohn) Robert (1913 - 1999)

Davies, George Maitland Lloyd (1880-1949), pacifist

WOOTTON-DAVIES, James Henry (1884 - 1964), JP County Lancaster; Lloyd’s Underwriter

Jones, Dilys Lloyd Glynne [née Dilys Lloyd Davies] (1857-1932), educationist

ANWYL-DAVIES, Thomas (died 1971), Hon. Consulting Physician to St Thomas’ Hospital; Member of Lloyd’s

DAVIES, John Thomas (born 1933), Director, 1990–98, a Deputy Chairman, 1995–98, Lloyds Bank plc; a Deputy Chairman, Lloyds TSB Group plc, 1995–98

DAVIES, Simon James (born 1967), Chief People, Legal and Strategy Officer, Lloyds Banking Group, from Jan. 2016

LLOYD-DAVIES, Andrew (born 1948), an Upper Tribunal Judge (Administrative Appeals Chamber) (formerly Social Security and Child Support Commissioner), since 1998; Deputy Social Security and Child Support Commissioner for Northern Ireland, since 2011

LLOYD-DAVIES, Oswald Vaughan (1905 - 1987), Surgeon Emeritus: Middlesex Hospital (Surgeon, 1950–81); St Mark’s Hospital for diseases of the Colon and Rectum (Surgeon, 1935–81); Former Surgeon: Connaught Hospital; Hampstead General Hospital

DAVIES, John Thomas (1881 - 1938), JP; Officer of the Legion of Honour, 1917; Private Secretary to Rt Hon. D. Lloyd George as Chancellor of Exchequer, 1912–15, as Minister of Munitions, 1915–July 1916, as Secretary of State for War, July–Dec. 1916, and as Prime Minister, Dec. 1916–Oct. 1922; Director of the Suez Canal Company since 1922; Director Ford Motor Co.

 

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(1922–2004),

a civil liberties lawyer, graduated from the University of WA in 1948 after serving with the AIF 1941–46. He has published two collections of short stories, Past Master (1980) ...

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