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289 THE BRECKNOCKSHIRE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY- {Continued from page 284.) 1762. 13 Jan.—Rev. Wm. Watkins, of Gelly. (See pp. 88, 89.) 10 Feb.—Rev. Henry Allen, son of Rev. Henry A. of Almely, co. Hereford, matric. Wad. Coll. Oxford, 22 May 1740, aged 18, B.A. 23 Feb. 1744. M.A. 1747, B. and D.D. 1769, vicar of Hay 1754-77, m. Mary ( 1742-1838), dau. of Rev. Richard Davies, Archdeacon of St. David's, and vicar of Brecon. 9 Mar.—Mr. George Williams, of Brecknock (town)., gent. His son George, matric. Jes. Coll. Oxford, 9 Feb. 1771, aged 16, Barrister-at-law, Inner Temple 1772, and m. Jane dau. of Rev. Wm. Wynter, rector of Penderyn. 13 Apr.—Rev. Mr. Philip Lewis, son of James L. of Disart (Disserth), co. Radnor, pleb., matric Jes. Coll. Oxford, 27 June 1720, aged 17, rector of Llanbyster, co. Radnor, 1734 . 12 May.—J. W. Aubrey, Esq. 9 June.—Francis Wightwick, Esq., son of James W. of Laurence Waltham, Berks, arm., matric. Pemb. Coll. Oxford, 23 Oct. 1729, aged 16, barrister at law of the Middle Temple 1737, Bencher 1767 ; of the same family as Samuel Wight¬ wick, M.P. Brecon 1658-9. 14 July.—Christopher Hervey, Esq. 11 Aug.—Sir Edward Williams, Bart. 8 Sept.—Captain Edward Jenkins. 13 Oct.—Marquis of Carnarvon (1731-89), M.P. co. Radnor 1761-8, only son of Henry 2nd Duke of Chandos (see Pari. Hist, of Wales, p. 175).