The long arm of the law / Yr Heddlu

Fishguard Division
Cardigan Reporter 1-1-1903
Hen Orsaf yr Heddlu, Penucha'r Dre, Abergwaun / Old Police Station Fishguard High St
County Echo 22-9-1910
His collar has his number - PC 42, or PC 422? So, possibly PC J Jones of Dinas as seen on left, middle row of the first photo above. (Diolch i / Thanks to Martin Lewis)
W L Llewellyn - Photographer, Goodwick.

Fishguard Division of Pembrokeshire Police 1910

Interesting to see that every officer, without exception, had a moustache!

Back row.. left to right
PC4 B.Davies – Fishguard;
PC54 J. Phillips – Mathry;                              PC16 D. Davies- Boncath;
PC63 T.A.Bassett – Solva;
PC67 W.Roberts – Fishguard ;
PC8 W.Morris – Letterston

Middle row..left to right
PC42 J. Jones- Dinas;
Sgt 13 J Phillips – Fishguard;                Sgt 37 W. Morris – Fishguard;
Supt Rees-Bruit – Fishguard;
Sgt18 E.Lewis – Goodwick;
PC30 G.Phillips – Maenclochog;
PC8 W Morris – St Dogmaels

Front row..  left to right
PC48 D.Jenkins – St Davids;
PC9 D.J.Evans – Goodwick;
PC32 D.Davies- Newport


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  • That photo is definitely PC John Jones of Dinas. He was my great grandfather. He died in 1942 and he is buried in the churchyard in Dinas.

    By Kathryn Rowland (21/11/2023)
  • What a great photo – three sergeants and a superintendant all based at Fishguard!!!

    By Hilary Roscoe (02/12/2021)

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