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Lloyd George of Dwyfor, Earl (UK, 1945)

 

Creation: let. pat. 12 Feb 1945

 

Family name: Lloyd George

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Arms:

Azure over Water barry wavy in base a Bridge of One Arch proper on a Chief Argent a Portcullis Sable between two Daffodils stalked and leaved also proper

Crest:

A Demi-Dragon Gules holding between the claws a Portcullis Sable

Supporters:

On the dexter side a Dragon Or, and on the sinister side an Eagle, wings addorsed Or, each gorged with a Collar Vert

Motto:

Y Gwir Yn Erbyn Y Byd (The truth against the world)

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David [Lloyd George], 1st Earl Lloyd George of Dwyfor, OM PC

1st son of William George, of Bulford, co. Pembroke, by his wife Elizabeth Lloyd, dau. of Rev David Lloyd, of Caernarvon

born

17 Jan 1863

mar. (1)

Jan 1888 Margaret Owen GBE (b. 1864; d. 20 Jan 1941), only dau. of Richard Owen, farmer, of Mynydd Ednyfed, Criccieth, co. Caernarvon, by his wife Mary Griffiths

children by first wife

1. Hon Richard Lloyd George, later 2nd Earl Lloyd George of Dwyfor

2. Hon Gwilym Lloyd George, later 1st Viscount Tenby

1. Lady Olwen Elizabeth Lloyd George DBE (b. 3 Apr 1892; d. 1990), mar. 19 Jun 1917 Maj Sir Thomas John Carey Evans MC (d. 25 Aug 1947), 1st son of Dr R D Evans, of Blaenau Festiniog, and had issue

2. Lady Megan Lloyd George CH, Member of Parliament (Liberal) for Anglesey 1929-51 and for Carmarthenshire 1957-66, Deputy Leader of the Liberal Party 1949-51, Welsh Church Commissioner 1942-66 (b. 22 Apr 1902 ; d. 14 May 1966)

mar. (2)

23 Oct 1943 Frances Louise Stevenson CBE (d. 5 Dec 1972), dau. of John Stevenson, of Wallington, co. Surrey

died

26 Mar 1945

created

12 Feb 1945 Viscount Gwynedd, of Dwyfor in the County of Caernarvon, and Earl Lloyd George of Dwyfor

suc. by

son by first wife

note

solicitor 1884; Member of Parliament (Liberal) for Caernarvon 1890-1944; President of the Board of Trade 1905-08;  Privy Councillor 1905; Chancellor of the Exchequer 1908-15;  Constable of Caernarvon Castle 1908-45; Minister of Munitions 1915-16;  Member, Cabinet War Council 1915-16; Secretary of State for War and Member of the Army Council 1916;  Prime Minister and First Lord of the Treasury 1916-22; Chief British Representative, Paris Peace Conference 1919; Order of Merit 1919; Lord Rector of Edinburgh University 1920; Sessional Chairman of the Liberal Party 1924-31; Prior and Chancellor for Wales, Venerable Order of St John; GCStJ

 

Richard [Lloyd George], 2nd Earl Lloyd George of Dwyfor

born

15 Feb 1889

mar. (1)

7 Apr 1917 (div. 1933) Roberta Ida Freeman McAlpine (b. 28 Jul 1898; mar. (2) 1933 his Honour Judge David Eiflon Puleston Evans, of Lowder Mill, Haslemere, co. Surrey;  d. 10 Mar 1966), 2nd dau. of Sir Robert McAlpine, 1st Bt., by his second wife Florence Margaret Palmer

children by first wife

1. Hon Own Lloyd George, later 3rd Earl Lloyd George of Dwyfor

1. Lady Valerie Davidia Lloyd George (b. 14 Feb 1918; d. 2 Oct 2000), mar. 28 Mar 1940 Sir Goronwy Hopkin Daniel KCVO CB, Permanent Under-Secretary Welsh Office 1964-69, Principal University College Aberystwyth (d. 17 Jan 2003), and had issue

mar. (2)

1935 Winifred Emily Calve (former wife of Henry Michael Calve;  d. 1982), dau. of Thomas William Peedle

died

1 May 1968

suc. by

son by first wife

 

Owen [Lloyd George], 3rd Earl Lloyd George of Dwyfor

born

28 Apr 1924

mar. (1)

8 Sep 1949 (div. 1982) Ruth Margaret Coit (b. c. 1919; d. 19 May 2003), only dau. of Richard Coit, of Thurlow Square, Kensington, London, by his Violet Josephine Slocock, 4th dau. of Rev Frederick H Slocock, Vicar of Wootton Wawen, co. Warwick

children by first wife

1. Hon David Richard Owen Lloyd George, later 4th Earl Lloyd George of Dwyfor

2. Hon Robert John Daniel Lloyd George, of 23 Shek O, Big Wave Road, Hong Kong (b. 13 Aug 1952), mar. (1) 8 Sep 1977 (div. 1991) Kim Fischer, only dau. of Earl Fischer, of New York, USA, and (2) 1992 Donna Jean Husty, only dau. of John Archbold Husty, of Palm Beach, Florida, USA, and has issue by both wives

1. Lady Margaret Violet Lloyd George (b. 19 May 1958), mar. 1984 Simon Erroll Prior-Palmer (b. 5 Feb 1951), 1st son of Maj Gen George Erroll Prior-Palmer CB DSO, by his second wife Lady Doreen Hersey Winifred Hope, 3rd dau. of Victor Alexander John [Hope], 2nd Marquess of Linlithgow, and has issue

mar. (2)

16 Jun 1982 (Cecily) Josephine Williamson (b. 11 Dec 1925; widow of Roger David [Marquis], 2nd Earl of Woolton;  former wife of John Archibald Harford [Williamson], 3rd Baron Forres; d. 10 May 2012), 1st dau. of Sir Alexander Penrose Gordon Cumming of Altyre, 5th Bt. MC, by his wife Elizabeth Topham Richardson, dau. of John Topham Richardson, of Harps Oak, Merstham

died

29 Jul 2010

suc. by

son by first wife

 

David Richard Owen [Lloyd George], 4th Earl Lloyd George o0f Dwyfor

born

22 Jan 1951

mar.

1965 Pamela Alexandra Kleyff (b. 1952), only dau. of Alexander Kleyff, of Marylebone, London, by his wife Ilse Hausdorff

children

1. Hon William Alexander Lloyd George, styled Viscount Gwynedd (b. 16 May 1986)

2. Hon Frederick Owen Lloyd George (b. 1987)

 

Last updated 25 May 2012

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Titles:

4th Earl Lloyd George of Dwyfor

(United Kingdom, let. pat. 12 Feb 1945)

4th Viscount Gwynedd, of Dwyfor in the County of Caernarvon

(United Kingdom, let. pat. 12 Feb 1945)

 

Address:

Ffynone, Boncath, Dyfed SA37 0HQ

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