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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    LLOYD, John (?1717-55), of Peterwell, Card.

    (?1717-55), of Peterwell, Card. Constituency Dates Cardiganshire 1747 3 June 1755 Ofifces Held Attorney-gen. for S. Wales 1747-d. Biography Lloyd succeeded to his father’s post and seat in 1747 and was re-elected on the Whig interest in 1754. He died

    LLOYD, Walter (?1678-1747), of Peterwell, Card.

    Walter (?1678-1747), of Peterwell, Card. Constituency Dates Cardiganshire 1734 22 Mar. 1742 Ofifces Held Attorney-gen. S. Wales 1715-d. Biography Walter Lloyd established his family as a political power in Cardiganshire by his marriage to the heiress of Peterwell, an estate

    ADAMS, John (?1746-1817), of Peterwell, Card.

    (?1746-1817), of Peterwell, Card. Constituency Dates Carmarthen 1774 1780 Biography In 1767 John Adams gave £4,000 towards the rebuilding of Carmarthen guildhall. He was returned unopposed in 1774 on the interest of Griffith Philipps. He had also purchased a seat

    LLOYD, Herbert (?1719-69), of Peterwell, Card.

    (?1719-69), of Peterwell, Card. Constituency Dates Cardigan Boroughs 1761 1768 Biography Herbert Lloyd was a notorious and unpopular figure in Cardiganshire. In 1755 he had been struck out of the commission of the peace for illegal abuse of his authority.[footnote]

    LLOYD, John (?1717-55), of Peterwell, Card.

    (?1717-55), of Peterwell, Card. Constituency Dates Cardiganshire 1747 3 June 1755 Ofifces Held Attorney-gen. for South Wales Feb. 1747- d. Biography John Lloyd was a close friend of Thomas Johnes, and belonged to the circle which included Sir Charles Hanbury

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Hackness, Bart. SOUTH WALES. Cmrsnarthenshire-George Morgan, of Abercothy, Esq. Penbrokeshire-Orlando Harris, of Ivy Tower, Esq. Cardiganshire-John Scandrett Harford, of Peterwell, Esq. Glamsrganshire-John Bassett, of Bonvilstone-house, Esq. Breconshire-WilliauI Augustus Gott, of Peumiarth, Esq. .Rtdnorshire-Hugh Vaughan, of Llwyn Madock, Esq. NORTH Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Greencastle, Esq.; Sir J. Cocekburn, of Ddol gwin, Bart.-CAnnE- sANSIunE.-A. T. Davies, of Tyglvn, Esq.; A. G. H. Battorsby, of Peterwell, Esq.-DBENsnGnssnnn: R. L. Edwards, of Bronhlillog Abergele, Esq.; R. Jones, of Bellam-place, Rhuabon, Esq.; C. Ley- land, of Nautlsvyd-hall, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to Eiizabeth Matilda, drll daughter of tG. Itinderley, Esq., Of Whitchburch, and grondeaughter of lb tWte J. Adaem, Eeq., of Peterwell. Cardlganohire. M.P. for Carmarthm. KUPER-DRIFFItrLL.-Aug. 20, hy the Rev. bIr. Rose, curate of St GeorRees, Camberwell, Wm. Boper, Esq., Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Davee Lloyd, of Llandilo, Abercawin, Esq. CARDIGANSHIRE. - Alban Thomae Davies, of Tyjlyn, Req. ; Abraham Grey Hanford Battersby, of Peterwell, Re, q.; James Bowen, of Twedyrenor, REsq. DEnXEoGSHIRD -Simon York, of Erdijg, REsq.; Richard I Griffiths Parry, of Llangollen, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ivy Tower, Esq. ; George Bowen, of Llwyngwair, Esq.; Jonathan Howarth Peel, of Colts, Esq. Cardiganshire.- John Scandrett Harford, of Peterwell, Esq. ; Henry Lewis Edwardes Gwynne, of Glanlery, Esq.; Ed- ward Pryse Lloyd, of Wernewyd. Esq. Glamorganshire.- John Bassett, Subscribers-only content

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