Lord Llangattock

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The Hendre - Rolls Family
... purchased several farms and parcels of land in Llanvihangel-Ystern-Llewern and Llangattock-Vibon-Avel between 1639 and 1648. 1875 and MP for Monmouthshire, 1880–1885, created Baron Llangattock of the Hendre, 1892 ... King George V and Queen Mary), who stayed with Lord and Lady Llangattock at the Hendre in late October – early November 1900 ...
Monmouth Hospital - History
... Lord Llangattock covered the cost of 'The Hendre Bed' in perpetuity The equipment may have been inadequate as an appeal for rags and wound dressings went out in 1872 ... Eventually Lord Llangattock presented the town with the donation of the Carthage Cottages off the Hereford road, near manson lane, for an isolation hospital ... before the 1960s As well as donating the Carthage Cottages Lord Llangattock donated £1000 in 1840 for a replacement to the Dispensary ...
John Rolls, 1st Baron Llangattock - Biography
... John Maclean Rolls (1870–1916) 2nd Baron Llangattock who died unmarried, killed in action ... the additional surname of Rolls in compliance with the will of his father-in-law, the late Lord Llangattock ... He was raised to the peerage as Lord Llangattock in 1892, and served as Mayor of Monmouth 1896 - 1897 ...

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