Dynevor is an anglicised version of the Welsh placename Dinefwr.

Dynevor may also refer to:

  • Leo Dynevor (b.1974), Rugby league footballer
  • Sally Dynevor (b.1963), English soap opera actress
Title of Nobility
  • Baron Dynevor, officially Baron Dinevor, of Dinevor in the County of Carmarthen

Other articles related to "dynevor":

George Rice, 3rd Baron 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) ... child was George Rice-Trevor, 4th Baron Dynevor ...
Charles Rhys, 8th Baron Dynevor
... Charles Arthur Uryan Rhys, 8th Baron Dynevor of Dynevor CBE (21 September 1899 – 15 December 1962), was a British peer and politician ... He was the son of Walter FitzUryan Rice, 7th Baron Dynevor ... in line of descent, his son Richard Charles Uryan Rhys, 9th Baron Dynevor ...
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 ... The 6th Baron Dynevor died on 8 June 1911 aged 75 at Dynevor Castle ...
Cecil De Cardonnel, 2nd Baroness Dynevor
... Cecil de Cardonnel, 2nd Baroness Dynevor (July 1735 – 14 March 1793) was a Welsh peeress ... barony for her father, she and her heirs male were entitled to inherit the barony of Dynevor ... (That title was inherited by Lady Dynevor’s cousin, John Chetwynd-Talbot ...
Cerro Castillo Dynevor
... Cerro Castillo Dynevor, also known as Castillo Dynevor is located on the Northwest coast of Skyring Sound, in Magallanes Region, Chile ... It's named after its resemblance with Dynevor Castle in Wales, which was noticed by British explorers in 1830 ...