Margaret Lloyd George

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Dame Margaret Lloyd George (née Owen; 4 November 1864 – 20 January 1941) was the wife of British statesman David Lloyd George from 1888 until her death in 1941.wikipedia
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David Lloyd George

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Dame Margaret Lloyd George (née Owen; 4 November 1864 – 20 January 1941) was the wife of British statesman David Lloyd George from 1888 until her death in 1941.
He married Margaret Owen, the daughter of a well-to-do local farming family, on 24 January 1888.

London Welsh Centre

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Margaret Lloyd George had earlier presided over a meeting on 21 October 1920, at which the Young Wales Association was founded.
The Young Wales Association was founded on 21 October 1920 at the Portman Rooms, Baker Street, when more than 400 members of the London Welsh community attended a meeting presided over by Margaret Lloyd George (who became the YWA’s first President).

Richard Lloyd George, 2nd Earl Lloyd-George of Dwyfor

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Richard, later 2nd Earl Lloyd-George of Dwyfor (1889–1968)
The son of the Liberal prime minister David Lloyd George by his first wife, Margaret Owen, Lloyd George was educated at Portmadoc School and Christ's College, Cambridge, graduating BA in 1910.

Dr Williams' School

Dr Williams School for Girls
She was educated at Dr Williams' School for Girls, Dolgelley.
Margaret Lloyd George was educated here.

Albert Kitson, 2nd Baron Airedale

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On 8 December 1920, Margaret Lloyd George visited Leeds and stayed with Lady Airedale, whose home was nearby.
When the Prime Minister's wife, Margaret Lloyd George, visited Leeds in December 1920 for a reception for women supporters of the Liberal Coalition, she stayed with Lady Airedale at Gledhow Hall.

Margaret MacMillan

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Olwen Elizabeth, Lady Carey Evans (3 April 1892 – 2 March 1990); she married Major Sir Thomas John Carey Evans (died 25 August 1947) in 1917 at London's Welsh Baptist Chapel. She was the grandmother of Margaret MacMillan and great-grandmother of historian Dan Snow.
Her maternal grandmother, Olwen Elizabeth, Lady Carey Evans, DBE, was a daughter of David Lloyd George, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom and his first wife, Dame Margaret Lloyd George.

Gwilym Lloyd George

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Gwilym, later 1st Viscount Tenby (1894–1967)
Born at Criccieth in north Wales, Lloyd George was the second son of Liberal Prime Minister David Lloyd George and his first wife, Margaret, daughter of Richard Owen.

Criccieth

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She was born on 4 November 1864 to Richard Owen, an elder of Capel Mawr of Criccieth, Caernarfonshire, a well-to-do Methodist farmer and valuer.
On the green at West Parade stands a shelter donated by Margaret Lloyd George, the wife of the former prime minister.

Megan Lloyd George

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Megan Lloyd George (1902–1966)
She was the youngest child of David Lloyd George and his wife, Margaret, being born in 1902 in Criccieth, Caernarfonshire.

Capel Mawr, Llangristiolus

Capel Mawr
She was born on 4 November 1864 to Richard Owen, an elder of Capel Mawr of Criccieth, Caernarfonshire, a well-to-do Methodist farmer and valuer.

Caernarfonshire

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She was born on 4 November 1864 to Richard Owen, an elder of Capel Mawr of Criccieth, Caernarfonshire, a well-to-do Methodist farmer and valuer.

Methodism

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She was born on 4 November 1864 to Richard Owen, an elder of Capel Mawr of Criccieth, Caernarfonshire, a well-to-do Methodist farmer and valuer.

Order of the British Empire

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In 1918, during her husband's premiership, Margaret was appointed Dame Grand Cross of the Order of the British Empire (GBE) after raising over £200,000 for war charities.

Leeds

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On 8 December 1920, Margaret Lloyd George visited Leeds and stayed with Lady Airedale, whose home was nearby.

Yorkshire

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Baroness Airedale "expressed her great pleasure at the presence of Dame Margaret Lloyd George at the very successful reception at Leeds, to which over 150 prominent ladies of Coalition Liberal sympathies were invited from all parts of Yorkshire".

Baker Street

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This meeting, at the Portman Rooms, Baker Street, was attended by over 400 members of the London Welsh community.

Gray's Inn Road

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The Young Wales Association, which afterwards became the London Welsh Trust, runs the London Welsh Centre on Gray's Inn Road, London, which she opened on 29 November 1930.

Criccieth Urban District

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She served on Criccieth Urban District Council from 1919 until her death, including three years as its chairman, was the first female Justice of the Peace in Caernarfonshire, and was president of the Women's Liberal Federation of North and South Wales.

Justice of the peace

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She served on Criccieth Urban District Council from 1919 until her death, including three years as its chairman, was the first female Justice of the Peace in Caernarfonshire, and was president of the Women's Liberal Federation of North and South Wales.

Earl Lloyd-George of Dwyfor

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Richard, later 2nd Earl Lloyd-George of Dwyfor (1889–1968)

Welsh Church of Central London

Welsh Baptist Chapel
Olwen Elizabeth, Lady Carey Evans (3 April 1892 – 2 March 1990); she married Major Sir Thomas John Carey Evans (died 25 August 1947) in 1917 at London's Welsh Baptist Chapel. She was the grandmother of Margaret MacMillan and great-grandmother of historian Dan Snow.

Dan Snow

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Olwen Elizabeth, Lady Carey Evans (3 April 1892 – 2 March 1990); she married Major Sir Thomas John Carey Evans (died 25 August 1947) in 1917 at London's Welsh Baptist Chapel. She was the grandmother of Margaret MacMillan and great-grandmother of historian Dan Snow.

List of Dames Grand Cross of the Order of the British Empire

GBE
1918: The Baroness Ampthill, Edith Benyon, Sidney Jane Browne, The Viscountess Chelmsford, Aimée Dawson, Margaret Lloyd George, The Viscountess Harcourt, The Countess of Liverpool, The Duchess of Montrose, The Viscountess Northcliff, The Viscountess Novar, Agnes Weston, The Marchioness of Winchester