Arthur Rice, 6th Baron Dynevor

Arthur de Cardonnel FitzUryan Rice, 6th Baron Dynevor (24 January 1836 – 8 June 1911) was a British peer. He was the son of Francis William Rice, 5th Baron Dynevor and Harriett Ives Barker.

On 17 October 1855 Rice matriculated at Christ Church, Oxford. He gained a B.A. degree in 1855 and was awarded an M.A. degree in 1865.

Rice married Selina Lascelles, the daughter of Hon. Arthur Lascelles, the fifth son of Henry Lascelles, 2nd Earl of Harewood. The child of the couple was Walter FitzUryan Rice, born 17 August 1873. Walter later reverted to the Welsh form of his name “Rhys”.

The 6th Baron Dynevor died on 8 June 1911 aged 75 at Dynevor Castle.

Peerage of Great Britain
Preceded by
Francis William Rice
Baron Dynevor
Succeeded by
Walter FitzUryan Rhys
Name Rice, Arthur 6th Baron Dynevor
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Date of birth 24 January 1836
Place of birth
Date of death 8 June 1911
Place of death

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