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Lougher, Sir Lewislocked

Kt, 1929

Born 1 Oct. 1871; s of Thomas Lougher, of Llandaff, Glamorgan, and Charlotte, d of David Lewis, of Radyr, Glamorgan; died 28 Aug. 1955


Cardiff Secondary School and Cardiff Technical College


Chairman, Lewis Lougher & Co., Ltd, Whitehouse Precast Concrete Ltd, and Danybryn Estates Ltd; Director of Ben Evans & Co. Ltd, Swansea; a Member of Glamorganshire County Council, 1922–49; Member and Past Chm. Cardiff Rural District Council; was Chairman of Cardiff and Bristol Channel Shipowners Association, 1919, and of Shipping Federation (Cardiff District), 1918–19; of the National Trimming Board, of the Court of Inquiry re Hours of Labour of Coal Tippers and Trimmers under the Industrial Courts Act 1919; represented Cardiff Chamber of Commerce at the Conference of Chambers of Com. of the British Empire at Toronto, Canada, 1920, at Cape Town, South Africa, 1927 and Wellington, New Zealand, 1936; MP (C) East Division of Cardiff, 1922–23; Central Cardiff, 1924–29; Member of Visiting Commission of MP’s to the Baltic States, 1923; Liveryman Worshipful Company of Wheelwrights; JP, Glamorganshire, High-Sheriff, 1931


Royal Automobile; Cardiff and County (Cardiff)


Dany-Bryn Park, Radyr, Glamorgan