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1 Carmarthen Record Office, Dynevor MSS 160/1
2 son of Griffith Rice of Newton ; married Lucy, daughter of John Morley Trevor of Glynde, Sussex.
3 Eldest son of Sir Rice Williams ; married Mary, daughter of Charles Cocks and niece of Lord Somers, a Lord Chancellor. High Sheriff of Carmarthenshire, 1698. Created Baronet, 30 July 1707. Chamberlain of Brecon and the counties of Brecon, Glamorgan, and Radnor, 1734. Died 19 July 1745.
4 There is a discrepancy between these figures and those quoted in the petitions presented to the House Of Commons following this contest. These show that 593 votes were cast for Edward ,Rice and 588 for Sir Nicholas Williams, making a total of 1181 votes.
5 For fuller details on this election see Peter D. G. Thomas, "County Elections in Eighteenth century Carmarthenshire", Carmarthen Antiquary, 1962, pp 32-38.
6 Revd. Griffith Jones(1683-1761), religious reformer and educationalist.
7 of Llanion near Pembroke Dock, the son of Essex Meyrick of Bush.
8 Owned lands in the parishes of Llandissilio, Cilymaenllwyd and Llanfallteg. Will proved on 5 October 1722.
9 Thomas Saer.
10 of Linney, Pembs.
11 of Penybank, Abergwili parish.
12 of Cileiffeth, Pembs.
13 son of Lewis Prothero, Plas Llandre, Egremont.
14 of Llanfallteg; d. October 1726.
15 of Henllan, Pembs.
16 of Llawhaden, Pembs.
17 son of John Philipps of Penttypark, Pembs. Alderman of Tenby. Married 1st Catherine Jones of Bonville's Court (d. 1724), 2nd Dorothy Ray of Tenby.
18 son of Charles Philipps of Sandyhaven and Haythog, Pembs. High Sheriff of Pembrokeshire 1738. Married Albina, daughter of Roland Laugharne of St Brides.
19 son of Thomas Laugharne of Bangeston, Pembs. Married Anne Laugharne, heiress of Pontvane, Pembs.
20 son of John Laugharne of Laugharne. Married Hesther Bevans of Laugharne.
21 read Court
22 of Earweare (Amroth), Pembs.
23 of Castle Piggin, Abergwili parish.
24 of Wenallt, Llanfihangel Abercowin parish. Son of John Lloyd of Mydrim (High Sheriff of Carmarthenshire, 1670) and his wife, Gwenllian Thomas of Tremoillet.
25 of Penpont, Brec.
26 of Ty Glyn Ucha, Cilcennin parish. Son of Matthew James of Cilfachan, Llanrhystyd. High Sheriff of Cardiganshire, 1734.
27 son of William Voyle of Gilfach y Mynydd, Llandyybie parish by his wife, Jane Thomas of Tremoillet.
28 of cilymaenllwyd family. Son of John Rees of Cilferi. Married Jane, daughter of Evan Price of Penylan. High Sheriff of Carmarthenshire, 1745.
29 of Pantglas, Llanfynydd parish.
30 of Llethrmawr, Llandeilofawr parish.
31 of Pistillgwyn, Llansawel parish.
32 of Edwinsford, Llansawel parish.
33 of Aberglasney, Llangathen parish.
34 of Berllandywyll, Llangathen parish.
35 Portreeve of Laugharne, 1721.
36 Portreeve of Laugharne, 1718 and 1725.
37 Portreeve of Laugharne, 1723.
38 Portreeve of Laugharne, 1726.
39 of Court Derllys, Merthyr parish.
40 of Cwm, Llangynog parish. Son of Thomas Davies and his wife, Elizabeth Saunders. Mayor of Camarthen, 1720.
41 of Penliergaer, Llangyfelach, Glam.
42 Mayor of Kidwelly, 1701 and 1713.
43 of Dyffryn, Llandybie parish.
44 of Plas Gwyn, Llandyfaelog parish.
45 of Aberlash, Llandybie parish.
46 Mayor of Kidwelly, 1725.
47 of Tripenhad, St Ishmael's parish.
48 of Tripenhad, St Ishmael's parish.
49 Mayor of Kidwelly, 1720.
50 Read Court.
51 of Orielton, Pembs. M.P for Pembrokeshire, 1695-1705 and 1715-1727 and Pembroke borough, 1708-1712.
52 son of Richard Allen of Cilycwm parish.
53 Unlike the majority of voters, David Barkley did not swear his oath, but made an affirmation.
54 of Glanbran, Llanfair ar y bryn parish.
55 of Garth, Llanlleonfel parish, Brec.
56 of Cystanog, Llangunnor parish.
57 of Llwynybrain, llandingat parish.
58 of Glanbran, Llanfair ar yy bryn parish.
59 of Tor coed, Llangendeirne parish.
60 of Plas Trimsaran, Pembrey parish.
61 of The Plas, Llanstephan parish.
62 of Middleton Hall, Llanarthney parish.
63 Did not swear his oath, but made an affirmation.
64 of Glanrhyd, Llandeilofawr parish.
65 of Gurrey, Llandeilofawr parish. Married Anne, daughter of Owen Brigstocke of Llandybie parish
66 of Taliaris, Llandeilofawr parish.
67 Mayor of Kidwelly, 1702, 1714 and 1729
68 of Aberdeunant, Llansadwrn parish.
69 of Rhydarwen, Llanarthney parish.
70 of Rhosygilwen, Cilgerran parish, Pembs.
71 of Pantglas, Llanfynydd parish.
72 a surgeon in the town of Llandeilo.
73 of Gwinfe, Llangadock parish. Alongside his name are the words "Q as to his age".
74 Francis Cornwallis of Abermarlais, Llansadwrn parish.
75 of Llwynybrain, Llandingat parish.

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