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Philip Tatton Davies-Cooke

Philip Tatton Davies-Cooke (1863-1946) was a Major in the Denbighshire Hussars Yeomanry and held the office of Vice-Lord-Lieutenant of Flintshire, where he had a house, called Gwysaney. He married Doris Donaldson-Hudson in August 1894 and had three children. His youngest son, Paul, was a Flying Officer in the RAF and was killed in action during the Second World War.

Date: 1908

Paper size: 102 x 77 mm

Design: 90 x 63 mm max

Credit: Inv W.P.B. (William Phillips Barrett)

Designer: J.A.C. Harrison

Proof: MH

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