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Welsh, James (1775-1861), army officer in the East India Company

PRIDEAUX, John Denys Charles Anstice (born 1944), Chairman: Festiniog Railway Company, since 2006; Ffestiniog and Welsh Highland Railways Trust (formerly Festiniog Railway Trust), since 1998; Danube Eastern Railway Company, since 2013

Davies, David (born 1940), Vice Lord-Lieutenant of Powys, since 2004; Chairman, Welsh National Opera Company, 1975–2000

EDWARDS, Gareth (Owen) (born 1947), retired 1978 as Welsh Rugby footballer; chairman of leisure company in S Wales

WELSH, John (1887 - 1950), Chief Manager, Bank of London & South America Ltd for Uruguay, Argentina, and Paraguay, retd, 1947; Director of Banco Central de la República Argentina, 1936–38, 1940–41, 1943–45 and member of the official body Comisión de Valores de Bolsa; Director of numerous companies

FIRTH, William (John) (1881 - 1957), late Director of Alliance Assurance Company; late President of Royal Metal Trades Benevolent Society; late Vice-Pres. British Iron and Steel Federation; Member of Advisory Committee, Federation of British Industries; late Fuel and Power Controller, North Midland Area; late Chairman and Managing Director of Richard Thomas & Co., Ltd, Steel Sheet and Tinplate Manufacturers, and all their subsidiary Companies; late Chairman of International Tinplate Cartel; and of the Welsh Plate and Sheet Manufacturers’ Association; late President Swansea Metal Exchange; late member of International Tin Committee

LLEWELLYN, (Robert) Godfrey (1893 - 1986), DL; JP; Chairman Welsh Hospital Board, 1959–65; Director of Companies, including inception of Cambrian Air Services Ltd; Chairman of the Wales and Monmouthshire Conservative and Unionist Council, 1949–56, President, 1958, 1962, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1969; President, National Union of Conservative and Unionist Associations, 1962 (Vice-Chairman 1952–53, Chairman 1954–55); Chairman Glamorgan TA and AFA, 1953–58

 

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A company that is registered as having its registered office in Wales (Companies Act 2006 s 88). Welsh companies may lodge documents at the Register of Companies in Welsh and may adopt in their name the Welsh equivalents for “limited” (cyfyngedig) and “public limited company” (cwmni cyfyngedig cyhoeddus, or c.c.c.). An English translation must be provided.

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