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    LEIGH, Thomas Charles (1801-1863), of 35 Dover Street, Piccadilly, Mdx.

    �70,000. When Hughes was raised to the peerage as Lord Dinorben by the Grey ministry the following month he recommended Leigh to his supporters at Wallingford. (The story was that Dinorben had offered his support in the first instance to History of Parliament

    THELWALL, Simon I (1525/26-86), of Plas-y-ward, Llanynys, Denb.

    the course of his life, Thelwall augmented the family estates by the lease of a moiety of the manor of Dinorben, in north-western Denbighshire; he also farmed from the Crown, jointly with Thomas Pennant of Bychton, mill rights in Dyserth, History of Parliament

    WILLIAMS BULKELEY, Sir Richard Bulkeley, 10th bt. (1801-1875), of Baron Hill, Anglesey

    had profited from the development of Anglesey"s copper mines, in which his maternal uncles William Lewis Hughes, the future Lord Dinorben, and Owen Williams* held an interest, and also through their connection with his father"s half-brother, Lord Bulkeley of Baron History of Parliament

    HUGHES, William Lewis (1767-1852), of Kinmel Park, nr. St. Asaph, Denb.

    in his place, after a contest, but his interest there was destroyed by the Reform and Boundary Acts. As Lord Dinorben, he remained loyal to his Whig friends. His private life was studded with tragedy, for he lost six of History of Parliament

    Parishes Crondall

    are several good estates in the northwest. Crookham House is the residence of the Hon. Richard Moreton , D.L., and Dinorben Court that of Mr. Frederick George Chinnock . Gaily Hill is occupied by Mr. A. J. F. Nugent , Victoria County History

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