David Williams

[academic] Rev. David Williams (15 October 1786, Lasham, Hampshire – 22 March 1860, New College, Oxford) was Master of Winchester College, Warden of New College, Oxford (1840–60), and Vice-Chancellor of Oxford University (1856–58). Williams is buried in the antechapel of New College chapel. ...
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David Williams

[Alaska architect] David Williams was an architect and community planner. He worked in the Washington, D.C. office of Federal Emergency Relief Administration (FERA). Early in his professional career he worked in Tampico, Mexico for Gulf Oil as a civil engineer. He designed a building for prefabrication that was widely used by Gulf and other...
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David Williams

[Archbishop of Huron] David Williams was the Anglican Bishop of Huron and later Metropolitan of Ontario in the 20th century. Born in 1853 and educated at St David’s College, Lampeter, he was ordained in 1885. His first post was a Curate at Blaenau Ffestiniog. In 1887 he became a professor at Huron Theological College. He was the rector of...
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David Williams

[Archdeacon of Cardigan died 1929] David Williams (3 October 1841 – 20 November 1929) was the Archdeacon of Cardigan from 1903 until 1928. Williams was educated at Llandovery College and Jesus College, Oxford; and ordained in 1867. After a curacy in Carmarthen he was Rector of Merthyr, Carmarthenshire from 1868 to 1887; Rural Dean of Carm...
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David Williams

[Archdeacon of Cardigan died 1936] David Williams (1862-1936) was the Archdeacon of Cardigan from 1928 until his death. Williams was educated at Llandysul Grammar School and Durham University; and ordained in 1890. After curacies in Stella and Swansea he held incumbencies in Clydach and Llangyfelach. He died on 24 March 1936. ...
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David Williams

[coal owner] David Williams (1809- 1863), known by his bardic name Alaw Goch was a prominent coal-owner in the Aberdare valley and also a keen supporter of Welsh culture and the eisteddfod ==Early life== Williams was born on 12 July 1809 at Llwyn Drain in the parish of Ystradowen, near Cowbridge, Glamorgan. When he was around twelve years o...
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David Williams

[journalist] David Williams was a journalist with The West Australian in Perth, Western Australia. He also worked on the now defunct The Western Mail newspaper. He now currently is the editor of the Mt. Eden New Zealand magazine called `The Garden`. Williams authored the 1989 account of the failed drug run and subsequent execution of Austra...
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David Williams

[producer] David L. Williams, sometimes referred to by his initials, DLW, is an American producer and ADR director (and, occasionally, a voice actor) that has been with ADV Films from the beginning when his living room was used as a production facility for their first show, Devil Hunter Yohko. He left ADV in March 2008 and has since worked ...
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