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Rice Mansel
... Sir Rhys Mansel (c. 1487 – 1559), also Sir Rice Mansel, also Sir Rice Manxell, also Sir Rice Maunsell, Vice-Admiral, was High Sheriff of Glamorgan, a Commissioner of Peace and ... Sir Rice owned estates at Penrice and Oxwich, and at the Dissolution of the Monasteries he purchased Margam Abbey, which remained the property of his ...
High Sheriff Of Carmarthenshire - List of Sheriffs - 17th Century
... Jones Parry of Tregib (died) Charles Vaughan of Cwmgwili 1603 Sir Thomas Johnes of Abemarles Park and Emlyn Castle 1604 George Herbert of Castell Pigyn ... Clears 1635 Thomas Vaughan of Cwmgwili 1636 David Vaughan of Trimsaran 1637 Sir Rice Rudd of Abergiasney 1638 Rowland Gwynne of Taliaris 1639 Sir Henry Jones of Abermarlais 1640 ... Mansel of Killay, Glamorganshire 1680 Sir Rice Williams of Rhydodin 1681 John Williams of Abercothi, Llanegwad 1682 William Ball of Pembrey Court 1683 Walter Vaughan of ...

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