George Rice, 3rd Baron Dynevor

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Lord Dynevor.

George Talbot Rice, 3rd Baron Dynevor (8 October 1765 – 9 April 1852) was a British peer and politician. He was the son of Cecil de Cardonnel, 2nd Baroness Dynevor and George Rice (or Rhys). He matriculated at Christ Church, Oxford on 1 February 1783, and was awarded a Masters of Arts on 30 May 1786. Rice was the Tory Member of Parliament for Carmarthenshire from 1790 to 1793.

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, 4th Baron Dynevor.

The 3rd Baron's mother had adopted, by royal license the name of de Cardonnel. In 1817 (again by royal license) he resumed his paternal surname of Rice.

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Parliament of Great Britain
Preceded by
Sir William Mansel
Member of Parliament for Carmarthenshire
1790–1793
Succeeded by
James Hamlyn
Honorary titles
Preceded by
John Vaughan
Lord Lieutenant of Carmarthenshire
1804–1852
Succeeded by
The Earl Cawdor
Peerage of Great Britain
Preceded by
Cecil de Cardonnel
Baron Dynevor
1793–1852
Succeeded by
George Rice