Talbot-Rice, George , 3rd Baron Dynevor (1765 -1852)

George Talbot Rice was the son of Cecil de Cardonnel, 2nd Baroness Dynevor and George Rice (or Rhys). He was educated at Westminster School, and matriculated at Christ Church, Oxford on 1 February 1783, and was awarded an MA on 30 May 1786. Talbot Rice was the Tory Member of Parliament for Carmarthenshire from 1790 to 1793. He succeeded his father as Tory MP for Carmarthen, who had served between 1754-1789, and also served as Lord Lieutenant of Carmarthenshire. He inherited the title in 1793 on the death of his mother. On 20 October 1794 he married Frances Townshend, third daughter of Thomas Townshend, 1st Viscount Sydney of St Leonards. Their child was George Rice-Trevor, who became 4th Baron Dynevor on the death of his father. The 3rd Baron's mother had adopted, by royal licence the name of de Cardonnel. In 1817 (again by royal licence) he resumed his paternal surname of Rice.
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Talbot-Rice, George , 3rd Baron Dynevor (1765 - 1852) (Stamp 1) Crest: A raven
Heraldic Charges: raven
Talbot-Rice, George , 3rd Baron Dynevor (1765 - 1852) (Stamp 2) Monogram: D
Coronet: Baron