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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Patney

    ), who in 1767 sold it to William Bouverie , earl of Radnor (d. 1776). 34 It descended with the Radnor title until 1919 when Jacob, earl of Radnor , sold the estate, 590 a., to H. H. Pickford .

    Religious history Protestant nonconformity First Church of Christ , Scientist, Sloane Terrace

    others 1837. 4 Not recorded later. Radnor Street , Radnor Congregational Chapel . Mtg served by Fred. Webb, formerly min. at Cook's Ground (q.v.), 1854. 5 Freehold of commercial hall at corner of Radnor St and King's Rd bought by

    Religious history Non christian faiths

    Synagogue with 52 male seat-holders 1917 and as affiliated synagogue 1949. 22 High holyday worship in larger Welsh ch. in Radnor Walk, 23 and later in Chenil Galleries, no. 183 King's Rd. Rebuilt after purchase of adjoining plot as plain

    Parliamentary history 1689-1832

    of Radnor . Thus Anne Duncombe married her step-father's son by a former marriage. Oldfield , Hist. of Boroughs , iii. 133; Key to House of Commons , 14. Berks . Rec. Off. Radnor MSS. D/EP, b. 028 ( Radnor

    Parishes Stanton St . Quintin

    (cr. earl of Radnor 1765, d. 1776), and from father to son with the Radnor title to Jacob (d. 1828), William (d. 1869), Jacob (d. 1889), William (d. 1900), and Jacob (d. 1930). 94 In 1909 Lord Radnor sold most

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BAKER, John IV (by 1503-44), of Presteigne, Rad.

    John IV (by 1503-44), of Presteigne, Rad. Constituency Dates Radnorshire 1542 Ofifces Held Forester, lordship of Radnor 3 May 1524; clerk of cts. Radnor c.1530; commr. tenths of spiritualities, St. David’s diocese 1535; sheriff, Rad. 1540-1; j.p. and custos rot.

    DAVIES, Hugh.

    DAVIES, Hugh. Constituency Dates New Radnor Boroughs 1584 New Radnor Boroughs 1586 Ofifces Held J.p. Rad. 1558; capital burgess, New Radnor 1562. Biography Davies is known only for the part he played in three local lawsuits. In 1573 he led

    LEWIS, Thomas (1690-1777), of Harpton Court, nr. Radnor.

    nr. Radnor. Constituency Dates New Radnor Boroughs 1715 1761 Ofifces Held Recorder, New Radnor 1731, 1766, bailiff 1740, 1750, 1752. Biography Lewis was the son of a Radnorshire landowner, whose estate was one and a half miles from New Radnor,

    VERNEY, Hon. John (1699-1741), of Compton Verney, Warws.

    general election of 1727 Verney stood for Radnor as well as for Downton, writing to Walpole:Mr. Duncombe’s election at Salisbury being very doubtful makes me the more solicitous for my success at Radnor ... the returning officer, who is Mr.

    BOUVERIE, Hon. Edward II (1760-1824), of Squerries Court, Kent.

    By then his place-hunting had intensified, for Radnor had not intended to return him again in 1802 and did so only on the understanding that he would cede it on request. Nor was Radnor prepared to agree to a bargain

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    HIR. I the. ica ed'Aniiialc. the lati Earl of Clareeidoeithe Right lIenD. lirsareeCGreetesr 8Wallngrare, tlhe ltigC flies. ite CoGutesi of Radnor. anld iraln ir onlir oieinent persons, coaies ,of vhosc testie ortas accoinilli v each botle. Bei-iA- XCleoSI cola-for ucterrld Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    by I-I.R. the Dule d'Aunale, the late Earl of Clarcndontb Right Hon. Frances Countess BWaldegravc, the Righr Hon. thleCountess of Radnor, a manyyother eminentpersons, copies of whose testimoniale accompany each bottle. t 13cing exclusively for .utward use, its actiion is Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    oan Parch. E. T. Evans. gynt o Bangor, yn byw, ac yn an- pregethu ar y Welsh Hills, Lockport a Radnor, yngho d a'r Parch. W. Parry, ac yn gysurus a llwydd- 'ty- janus. Yn Cincinnati dracbefn, y naae y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn y byd y daw ei phryd- oe ferthwch defosiynol i'r amlwg. Yr ydym ni yn gyd- go nabyddus A 'Radnor' er's bellach ugain mlynedd, neu WY ragor, ac y mae ein hoffder tuag ati yn cynyddu fel yr a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Marvellous Efficacy is attemed by H R . theDulkeed'AamalethelateEarlofClarendonthe Right lion. Francse Conntess W\laldegrae ethe Righ Hon. thc countos of Radnor, and many other eminentpersons, copies of whose tostilnoiials accouPiy beach bottle. using exolusi rely for *utward use, its action Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Dinam Lodge

    Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Old Gwalia Hotel, Llandrindod Wells, Radnor, Wales 1923 Masonic Hall, Park Terrace, Llandrindod Wells, Radnor, Wales 1935 Masonic Hall, Stanwell Road, Penarth, Glamorganshire, Wales 1979

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Wednesday 21st March 1838

    Conyngham ; Lady Cawdor , Lady Falkland , Lord Radnor , Lord Conyngham , Lord Seymour , Lord Jocelyn , Lady Mary , Lord Falkland , Lady Charlemont, and Lady Radnor being seated round the table. Spoke to Lady Conyngham


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