Cardiganshire

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Wilmot Vaughan, 1st Earl Of Lisburne
1st Earl of Lisburne (1730 – 6 January 1800), of Trawsgoed, Cardiganshire, known as Viscount Lisburne from 1766 to 1776, was a Welsh peer and politician ... He was elected to the House of Commons for Cardiganshire in 1755, a seat he held until 1761 and again from 1768 to 1791 and also represented Berwick-upo ... from his political career he was also Lord Lieutenant of Cardiganshire ...
Thomas Johnes - Social Benefactor
... of Agriculture and Industry in the County of Cardiganshire as a way to encourage growth in the surrounding area and to promote modern farming techniques to his tenants ... The Hafod Arms Hotel, in Devil's Bridge was constructed by Johnes as a way to encourage tourism in Cardiganshire ... he was extremely interested in improving parts of Cardiganshire and actively involved himself in the building of roads and bridges ...
Cardiganshire By-election, 1932
... The Cardiganshire by-election, 1932 was a parliamentary by-election held on 22 September 1932 for the British House of Commons constituency of Cardiganshire ...
Humphrey Mackworth - As A Member of Parliament
... he won his first seat when he was made a Member of Parliament for Cardiganshire, but lost it to Lewis Pryce at the end of the year ... He regained the Cardiganshire seat in 1702, but abandoned it in 1705 to challenge the constituency of Oxford University, which he failed to win ... His final period in Parliament was in 1710 when he regained the Cardiganshire seat until 1713 ...
Bettws
... W Betws SA18 2 Carmarthenshire Carmarthenshire SN634118 51.788 N 3.980 W Betws Ifan SA38 9 Cardiganshire Ceredigion SN302475 52.100 N 4.479 W Betws Bledrws, Llangybi SA48 8 Cardiganshire Ceredigion SN596520 52.149 N 4.05 ...