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The parliamentary history of the principality of Wales, from the earliesr times to the present day, 1541-1895, comprising lists of the representatives, chronologically arranged under counties, with biographical and genealogical notices of the members, together with particulars of the various contested elections, double returns and petitions

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The parliamentary history of the principality of Wales, from the earliesr times to the present day, 1541-1895, comprising lists of the representatives, chronologically arranged under counties, with biographical and genealogical notices of the members, together with particulars of the various contested elections, double returns and petitions

The parliamentary history of the principality of Wales, from the earliesr times to the present day, 1541-1895, comprising lists of the representatives, chronologically arranged under counties, with biographical and genealogical notices of the members, together with particulars of the various contested elections, double returns and petitions

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The parliamentary history of the principality of Wales, from the earliesr times to the present day, 1541-1895, comprising lists of the representatives, chronologically arranged under counties, with biographical and genealogical notices of the members, together with particulars of the various contested elections, double returns and petitions

The parliamentary history of the principality of Wales, from the earliesr times to the present day, 1541-1895, comprising lists of the representatives, chronologically arranged under counties, with biographical and genealogical notices of the members, together with particulars of the various contested elections, double returns and petitions

Source : Internet Archive

Results : CHARLES


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Watkins, dec. Eldest son of George Charles 2nd Marquis Camden, b. 30 June 1840, hon. M.A. Trin. Coll.


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Agar Ellis, eldest dau. of James Charles, 3rd Earl of Normanton, was app. Lieut.-Col. Herts Yeomary Cavalry 19 July 1877,


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Jane Tracy eldest dau. of Thomas Charles 5th Viscount Tracy, and was M.P. Leominster 1741-7, and co, Mon. 1747 until


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Arthur dec. Second son of Henry Charles 6th Duke of Beaufort K.G. (see Monmouth 1788,) b 22


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Chiltern Hundreds. Second son of Henry Charles 8th Duke of Beaufort K.G., b. 7 Dec. 1849, educ. at Eton, m.


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1788. April Henry Charles (Somerset) Marquis of Worcester of Trov House, vice Stepney who accepted the Chiltern


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Moggridge 40. Eldest son of Henry Charles 6th Duke of Beaufort K.G. (see 1788,) b. 5 Feb. 1792, ent. Ch.


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Second son of Thomas Charles 2nd Lord Sudeley, (by Emma Elizabeth 2nd dau. of George Hay Dawkms-Pennant of


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Gould, Sir Charles Charles


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Monger, Herbert Morgan, Hon. Arthur Charles