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Haverfordwest (Wales/UK)

Haverfordwest (Wales/UK)

WHEATLEY, Robert Albert (1873 - 1954), Solicitor; Commissioner for Oaths; DL County of Pembroke; JP Haverfordwest

HILBERS, George Christopher (died 1918), Rector of St Thomas, Haverfordwest, since 1874

DAVIES, William Rees- (1863 - 1939), KC; JP Pembrokeshire and Kent; JP Haverfordwest

OWEN, William Stevenson (1834 - 1909), DL, JP; County Court Judge (Circuit No 28) from 1884; Chairman of Quarter Sessions for Pembrokeshire and Haverfordwest

DAVIES, William Frank de Rolante (died 1942), Judge of County Court, Circuit 31, since 1926; Chairman of Carmarthenshire Quarter Sessions; Chairman of Quarter Sessions for the Town and County of Haverfordwest

PHILIPPS, Henry Erasmus Edward (1871 - 1938), Custos Rotulorum of the Town and County of Haverfordwest since 1932; Chairman of Carmarthenshire Branch of Central Landowners’ Association; Vice-Chairman of Pembrokeshire Branch of Central Landowners’ Association; Member of Carmarthenshire Rating Appeal

PHILIPPS, Charles (Edward Gregg) (1840 - 1928), JP for Carmarthenshire and Pembrokeshire (High Sheriff, 1882); Lord-Lieutenant and Custos Rotulorum of Haverfordwest, 1876–1925; Member of the Governing Body of the Church in Wales

Philipps, Owen Cosby (1863 - 1937), late Lord Lieutenant of Haverfordwest; late Sub-Prior of the Priory for Wales; Knight of Justice of St John of Jerusalem, 1916; Grand Cross of Spanish Red Cross, 1912; MFH Carmarthenshire Hunt, 1912–26; Vice-Admiral of North Wales and County of Carmarthen, 1929; Hon. Captain Royal Naval Reserve, 1914

LEWIS, Arthur Griffith Poyer (1848 - 1909), JP; Stipendiary Magistrate, Pontypridd, from 1905; Chairman of Carmarthenshire and Vice-Chairman Pembrokeshire Quarter Sessions; Chairman of Quarter Sessions for town and county of Haverfordwest; Secretary to late Bishop of Llandaff, 1897–1908; Chancellor of Dioceses of St David’s and Llandaff, 1908

PHILLIPS, Hugh Richard (1873 - 1932), JP Haverfordwest; Cavalier Order of Crown of Italy; Senior Anæsthetist, Italian Hospital; Anæsthetist Freemason’s Hospital and Hospital of St John and St Elizabeth; late Anæsthetist, Hospital for Sick Children, Great Ormond Street, Margaret Street Hospital, Military Orthopædic Hospital, Shepherd’s Bush; Endsleigh Palace Hospital for Officers; Royal Air Force Hospital; Lady Carnarvon’s Hospital for Officers; Michie Hospital; American Orthopædic Hospital


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Market town on the Western Cleddau, on the A40 and the A4076. Waldo Williams, Welsh‐language poet, was born (1904) at the School House of the Boys’ School. He moved ...

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