Fonds GB 0210 LORDDYN - Lord Dynevor (8th Baron) Papers,

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Lord Dynevor (8th Baron) Papers,


  • 1919-1945 (Creation)

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The papers were apparently passed to his son, 9th Baron Dynevor, sometime after his death in 1962.

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Richard Charles Uryan Rhys, 9th Baron Dynevor; Llandeilo; Donation:; December 1999; A1999/160.

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Papers of Charles Arthur Uryan Rhys, 8th Baron Dynevor (1899-1962), including papers relating to his military experiences in Archangel, North Russia, 1919; a diary giving his account of a Government mission to West Africa, 1926; his election leaflets as Conservative candidate for the Romford Division of Essex, 1923, 1929, and North Islington, 1945; copies of daily letters, 1928-9, to the King, typed by him as Parliamentary Secretary to the Prime Minister Stanley Baldwin, 1927-9; together with letters, 1914-41, of his mother Lady Margaret Dynevor (1875-1959) written by members of her family

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  • English

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Finding Aid in Minor Lists and Summaries, National Library of Wales, Aberystwyth, 2000, under the title 'Lord Dynevor (8th Baron) Papers'.

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