Thomas William Barker (1861–1912) was a Carmarthenshire solicitor, and Registrar of the Diocese of St David's. His father, J. H. Barker, was also a solicitor, and they worked together as partners of the firm Barker, Morris, and Barker.
Carmarthenshire is a unitary authority in southwest Wales, and one of the historic counties of Wales. The three largest towns are Llanelli, Carmarthen and Ammanford. Carmarthen is the county town and administrative centre.
In 1897 Thomas was appointed Secretary to the Bishop of St David's, and in 1899 was appointed Registrar of the Diocese of St. David's, remaining in the position until his death in 1912.
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Thomas Barker may refer to:
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Events from the year 1922 in Scotland.
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