Lloyd-Johnes family, of Dolaucothi

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Lloyd-Johnes family, of Dolaucothi

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Anne, the widow of James Lewis of Llanbadarn Fawr, Radnorshire, and daughter and heir of John Thomas of Cryngae and Dolaucothi, Carmarthenshire, married James Johnes (fl. 1586), the youngest son of Sir Thomas Johnes (fl. 1541-1544) of Abermarlais, Carmarthenshire, and Haroldston, Pembrokeshire.

The Dolaucothi estate remained in the male line of the same family until the death of John Johnes (1800-1876). He was succeeded by his daughters and co-heirs, Charlotte Anna Maria (1825-1911, dsp.) the wife of Charles Caesar Cookman, and Elizabeth (dsp. 1927) the wife of Lieutenant-Colonel Sir James Hills who adopted the surname Hills-Johnes (1833-1919). He was the son of James Hills of Neechindipore, Bengal. Elizabeth bequeathed Dolaucothi to her kinsman, the Rev. Herbert Thomas Lloyd-Johnes (1871-1958). He was succeeded by his son Major Herbert Johnes Lloyd-Johnes (b. 1900).

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