Person    | Male  Born 19/2/1837  Died 24/9/1912

Lord Llangattock, John Rolls

Categories: Philanthropy, Politics & Administration

Countries: Wales

Landowner, Conservative politician, socialite, local benefactor and agriculturalist. 1st Baron Llangattock. Based in Wales, at the Llangattock estate. Prominent member of the Anti-Vivisection Society. His paternal ancestry, going back to at least 1735, came from The Grange, Bermondsey. 

Father of John Llangattock and Charles Rolls. Wife: Lady Llangattock.

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Lord Llangattock, John Rolls

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Camberwell Baths

Borough of Camberwell Lady Llangattock laid this foundation stone of these pu...

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Camberwell Library

Borough of Camberwell Public Library This foundation stone was laid July 25 1...

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