John Vaughan

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Ceredigion (UK Parliament Constituency) - Members of Parliament - MPs After 1640
... John Clark 1656–1658 James Lewis Third Protectorate Parliament 1659 Col ... James Philipps Year Member Party April 1660 Sir Richard Pryse, 2nd Baronet 1661 Sir John Vaughan 1669 Edward Vaughan 1685 John Lewis 1690 Sir Carbery Pryse, 4th Baronet (died 1694) 1694 John ... Wilmot Vaughan 1761 John Pugh Pryse 1768 Wilmot Vaughan, 1st Earl of Lisburne 1796 Thomas Johnes 1816 William Edward Powell Tory 1834 Conservative 1854 Ernest Vaughan, 4th ...
Custos Rotulorum Of Cardiganshire
... Walter Devereux, 1st Viscount Hereford 1543–1558 John Price 1558 – aft. 1608 Sir John Lewis bef. 1621–1623 Sir John Lewis 1623–1626 William Compton, 1st Earl of Northampton 1626–1630 Richard Vaughan, 2nd Earl of Carbery 1630–1646 Interregnum Francis Vaughan, Lord Vaughan 1660–1667 Richard ...
Mind Garage Early Years - Track Listing
... songs except "Reach Out" and "B-52" are credited to the Larry McClurg or John Vaughan ... collectively.) "B-52" (Norris Lytton, Jack Bond, Ted Smith, John Vauhghan) -.53 "Sale of a Deathman" (John Vaughan) - 352 "What Shall We Do Till Norris ...
John Vaughan, 1st Viscount Lisburne
... John Vaughan, 1st Viscount Lisburne (7 December 1667 – 20 March 1721), of Trawsgoed, Cardiganshire, was a Welsh nobleman ... The son of Edward Vaughan and grandson of Sir John Vaughan, he was created Baron Fethard and Viscount Lisburne, in the Peerage of Ireland, on 5 June 1695 ... Vaughan married his first wife, Lady Malet Wilmot (d ...
Welsh Bicknor
... of his mother Mary de Bohun, under the care of Lady Margaret Montacute, wife of Sir John Montacute, 3rd Earl of Salisbury long before his father, King Henry IV was to usurp the throne ... manor house and surrounding land of Welsh Bicknor belonged to the Vaughan family ... However, in 1651 Richard Vaughan, who was a Catholic, had his land sequestered and given to Phillip Nicholas of Llansoy, in Monmouthshire ...

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