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  • LLOYD, RICHARD (1834 - 1917), pastor of the Campbellite Church of the Disciples of Christ, Criccieth Williams in April 1859. In the same year his sister Elizabeth married a young schoolmaster, William George; the latter died in 1864 and Richard Lloyd took his sister and her three children under his wing and from that day devoted his life to them. There were two boys and a girl, one of the two boys being David Lloyd George (the prime minister). The uncle superintended the education of the two boys
  • LLOYD GEORGE family The family was established by the marriage of David Lloyd George and Margaret Owen, 24 January 1888. MARGARET OWEN (1864 - 1941) Born 4 November 1864. She was made Dame Grand Cross of the British Empire in 1918. She died 20 January 1941. She came of a family rooted in the rural life and Methodist nonconformity of Eifionydd. Her father, Richard Owen, was a well-to-do farmer who acted from time to
  • EDWARDS, JOHN HUGH (1869 - 1945), politician and writer to 1914 he edited Wales: A national magazine. He wrote much for the periodical press, particularly for the British Weekly. His published works are: From Village Green to Downing Street, Life of D. Lloyd George (London, 1908) - in collaboration with Spencer Leigh Hughes; Life of David Lloyd George, with a short history of the Welsh People, 4 vols. (London 1913-19); David Lloyd George, the man and
  • GEORGE, WILLIAM (1865 - 1967), solicitor and public figure Born at Highgate, Llanystumdwy, Caernarfonshire, 23 February 1865, the youngest child of William George, schoolmaster (he died 7 June 1864) and Elisabeth his wife (née Lloyd, 1828 - 1896), and a brother to David Lloyd George (see LLOYD GEORGE, David below), and Mary Elin. His father died before he was born and his uncle, Richard Lloyd, his mother's brother (1834 - 1917) had a profound influence
  • EDWARDS, JOHN KELT (1875 - 1934), artist Born 4 March 1875 at Blaenau Ffestiniog, Merionethshire, son of Jonathan Edwards, shop-keeper. After some years at Llandovery College and at a school at Beaumont, Jersey, he went to Rome and Paris. Some pictures by him were exhibited in the Paris Salon, in London (where he had a studio), and elsewhere. He made portraits of David Lloyd George, (lady) Megan Lloyd George, Sir Owen M. Edwards, R. O
  • OWEN, Sir GORONWY (1881 - 1963), politician number of articles in English and Welsh journals. He received the freedom of the Borough of Conway in 1943 and was knighted in 1944. Owen married in 1925 Margaret Gladwyn, the widow of Owen Jones, Glanbeuno, Caernarfonshire (it was he who erected the monument to Lloyd George in the Castle Square, Caernarfon) and the daughter of David Jones, coal merchant of Denbigh. She was a sister to Edna, the wife
  • LLOYD GEORGE, DAVID (the first Earl Lloyd-George of Dwyfor), (1863 - 1945), statesman Born 5, New York Place, Manchester, 17 January 1863, son of William George, Tre-coed, Pembrokeshire, and Elizabeth daughter of David Lloyd of Llanystumdwy, Caernarfonshire. On his father's death in Pembrokeshire in 1864 his mother moved with her children to Llanystumdwy, to live with her brother, Richard Lloyd (1834 - 1917). Lloyd George was educated at the Llanystumdwy National School and passed
  • DAVIES, ROBERT HUMPHREY (Gomerian; 1856 - 1947) U.S.A., correspondent of Welsh and English newspapers years he was secretary of the St. David's Day Society and he was twice elected its president. He arranged several eisteddfodau and visited Wales to invite David Lloyd-George to attend the international eisteddfod to be held in the U.S.A. At the suggestion of Lloyd George he formed the American Gorsedd of Bards of which he became the recorder; he served, e.g. as recorder, of the Gorsedd held at San
  • ROWLAND, Sir JOHN (1877 - 1941), civil servant Born 1 June 1877, at Penbont-fach, Tregaron, Cardiganshire, son of John Rowland and Margaret, his wife. He was educated at the Technical College, Cardiff, and the University College of Wales, Aberystwyth. On leaving college in 1904 he taught at Cardiff, and identified himself with Welsh religious and cultural movements there. He attracted the notice of David Lloyd George and after serving as one
  • EVANS, BERIAH GWYNFE (1848 - 1927), journalist and dramatist Wales Weekly News. In 1892 he went to Caernarvon, as managing editor of the Welsh National Press Co., publishers of Y Genedl Gymreig, The North Wales Observer, and other newspapers, a company in which David Lloyd George was then interested. Here he soon made his mark as a trenchant political journalist, but he resigned his post in 1895, when he was appointed secretary to the ' Cymru Fydd ' movement
  • EVANS, ERNEST (1885 - 1965), county court judge, M.P. Circuit. He served with the R.A.S.C. in France during World War I and was promoted to the rank of Captain. From November 1918 to December 1920, he was a private secretary to David Lloyd George. In 1921, M.L. Vaughan Davies, an out-and-out Tory who sat as the Liberal M.P. for Cardiganshire from 1895, was created a peer, with the title Lord Ystwyth of Tan-y-Bwlch. With Lloyd George's support, Evans fought
  • LLOYD, CHARLES (1766 - 1829), Unitarian minister and schoolmaster Born 18 December 1766, fourth son of David Lloyd of Brynllefrith (1724 - 1779. On his father's death he passed into the guardianship of his uncle John Lloyd of Coedlannau-fawr. In 1784 he went to 'Carmarthen' academy, at the time located at Swansea. In 1788, already 'a fairly high Arian,' he was called to Oat Street meeting at Evesham (a church which has had several Welsh pastors); he insisted

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