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The names of the officers in the photo have been written on the back of the photo, at some point.

 

*** denote were the print was so worn it can't be made out.

 

italics denote were the text was very poor condition and I've made an educated guess as to what I think it could be.

 

Sadly some of officers we'll never know what their  names are (from this source anyway) as the text is totally worn out. 

 

 

 

Back Row Left to Right

PC A H WILLIAMS

PC David THOMAS

PC Griffith WILLIAMS

PC Morgan DAVIES

PC Jesse ROBERTS

PS Grigg DAVIES

Insp O C Davies

 

Second Row Left to Right

PS David ROBERTS

Insp W D WILLIAMS

***** JONES

PC Maybury MO***** (MORRIS)

Insp D L  DAVIES

PC Owen JONES

PC John JONES

** R D ROBERTS

*** J J GRIFFITHS

** E ********

 

Front Row Left to Right

PC J M JONES

PC Morgan JONES

PS J MORGAN JONES

SUPT  D T  *********

Chief Constable Richard JONES

SUPT  J F EVANS

PS J BERNARD

PS John LLOYD

PC Evan DAVIES

Corwen 1919.png

Corwen 1919 2.png

Edited by bigjarofwasps

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Gordon,

Many thanks to you for the time you've taken in transcribing that information. Looking at the old almanacs which I have it would appear that the officer sitting to the left of the Chief Constable is Supt. D.T. Morgans. I do wish that the people of Wales would have been a little more inventive with their surnames. That said, first names seem no less varied.  Bless them! 

Dave.

 

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