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Another in our growing band of Philip Williamses.

This Philip Williams was the deputy steward of Wentloog, a large area of countryside (see the map alongside which shows ‘Wentlooge’ stretching almost from Cardiff to Newport, a distance of approaching 12 miles) which extended to within a few miles of the find site of The Druidstone Ring. Unfortunately he was undertaking his duties there in the seventeenth century, somewhat later than the estimated date range of the ring, so it seems improbable that he’s our man.