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  • DANIEL, WILLIAM RAYMOND (1928 - 1997), association football player , Prince's Road, close to the bowling club where he was a popular social member. Daniel married Lillian Joyce Roberts (born 1927, Cwmbwrla, Swansea) at Tabernacle English Baptist Chapel, Waun Wen, Swansea in July 1951. They subsequently had one daughter Karen Joyce Daniel (born 1954 Sunderland) who became a journalist with South Wales Evening Post and Daily Mirror, before moving into healthcare management
  • DAVIES, CATHERINE GLYN (1926 - 2007), historian of philosophy and linguistics, and translator
  • DAVIES, DAVID (bu farw 1807), editor of Y Geirgrawn, Independent minister pronouncedly Radical in its views (in it, e.g., was printed a Welsh version of the ' Marseillaise'), and Thomas Roberts of Llwyn-'rhudol (1765 - 1841) avers that Davies incurred considerable danger at the hands of the authorities. It may be that these views of his upset his congregation too, for letters in the library of the University College of North Wales (Scorpion MSS.) speak of 'unhappy
  • DAVIES, DAVID (1753 - 1820), Methodist cleric Born 1753, son of John and Catherine Davies of Pen-y-bont, Newcastle Emlyn. His parents were the leading supporters of the Methodist connexion in that town, and the society used, at one time, to meet at their house. There was a David Davies, curate of Llanddarog and Llanarthney, Carmarthenshire, 1769-1785, who was a strong Methodist but, if the age recorded on his tombstone is correct, the
  • DAVIES, DAVID CHRISTOPHER (1878 - 1958), missionary and representative of the British Missionary Society (B.M.S.) in Wales Hill Church, and in 1900 decided to enter the ministry. The week his father died he had an interview for entry to Spurgeon's College. He commenced his course there in January 1902. During the Christmas vacation of 1904 he came under the influence of Evan (John) Roberts ' Revival. While he was a student-pastor at Thorpe-le-Soken he felt a call to the missionary field, especially China, but the B.M.S
  • DAVIES, DAVID JOHN (1870 - ?), artist Llanelly for London, where he worked on the Graphic, but later he returned and opened a studio at Llandilo. In 1899, at the height of his popularity, he left for the Boer War to become a free-lance artist and journalist, and was posted to the Lord Roberts Horse Brigade. He stayed on in South Africa. His painting, 'African Sunset,' was shown at the 1924 Empire Exhibition at Wembley. The date of his death
  • DAVIES, DAVID RICHARD (1889 - 1958), theologian, journalist and cleric D. R. Davies was born 9 February, 1889, in Pontycymer, Glamorganshire, the third of the four children, two boys and two daughters, of Richard and Hannah Davies (née Bedlington Kirkhouse). His younger sister was Annie Davies who was one of the three young women singers who accompanied Evan Roberts during the 1904-05 religious revival in Wales. His father was a coal miner, but when David was aged 8
  • DAVIES, THOMAS (1512? - 1573), bishop of St Asaph Catherine (wife of William Holland of Abergele - see Holland families, 10), her children (Piers, William, and Edward), and his brothers Hugh, Griffith, and Owen. He died immediately after completing his will, on 16 October 1573, and was buried at Abergele.
  • DAVIES, EDWARD (1827 - 1905), Independent minister in the U.S.A., and author Born in New York City, the son of William and Catherine Davies, formerly of Llanuwchllyn, Meironnydd, who moved in 1829 from New York to Bethel, near Remsen, New York State. Trained for the ministry under the tutorship of Morris Roberts (1799 - 1878), of Remsen, he was ordained in 1853, his first charge being the Welsh Congregational church at Waterville, which he held for seventeen years; he was
  • DAVIES, EDWARD OWEN (1864 - 1936), Calvinistic Methodist minister and author William and Catherine Jones, Tyrol, Aigburth Drive, Liverpool. In 1910 he resumed pastoral work as minister of Siloh chapel, Llandudno. In 1913 he delivered the 'Davies Lecture' at the general assembly on 'The Miracles of Jesus'; in 1919 he took up the post of general secretary of the reconstruction commission of the North Wales Association. His work for the commission culminated in the guidance through
  • DAVIES, ELLIS WILLIAM (1871 - 1939), solicitor and politician Born 12 April 1871 at Gerlan, Bethesda, Caernarfonshire, son of David Davies, a quarry official, and Catherine (Williams), Tyddyn Sabel, Bethesda. He was educated at Carneddi school, Bethesda, Liverpool College and a private school in Liverpool. After six years as a clerk in insurance offices at Wrexham and Sheffield he proceeded to qualify as a solicitor, gaining first-class honours in 1899 and
  • DAVIES, EVAN THOMAS (Dyfrig; 1847 - 1927), cleric , he was in 1875 preferred to S. David's Welsh church, Liverpool, and subsequently became vicar of Aberdovey (1882), Pwllheli (1890), and Llanfihangel Ysgeifiog in Anglesey (1906), till his retirement in 1913. From 1891 to 1900 he was rural dean of Llŷn, and from 1906 he was a residentiary canon of Bangor cathedral. He married, 1885, Catherine Anne Edwards of Aberdovey. Davies was known as a popular