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The aristocracy has never had a shortage of the mad, bad and dangerous variety and until recently Llandeilo had one of its own.Hugh John Vaughan Campbell (1932-1993) became the 6 Thane of Cawdor in 1970 and he lived for several years at Golden Grove, Llandeilo, one of the family’s several estates.Then you're in luck, as my photography studio is situated in the grounds of Craig-y-Nos Country Park right next door!Please click here to go to my dedicated Craig-y-Nos Castle Wedding Photography Page.But if the extensive―and expensive―rebuilding of these two mansions gives a clear indication of the riches of the 19th century landed gentry, it gives none of the precipitous decline of their wealth in the 20th century.Society was in transition from an agricultural to an industrial economy and most of the great landowners found themselves left behind in the rush.Newton House in Dinefwr Park was for centuries the stately home of the Dynevors, only recently rescued from ruin by the National Trust after the 9th Baron Dynevor was forced to sell it in 1974 to pay for death duties.
Part of the Cawdor estates was the Lordship of Iscennen which consists of the land between the river Towy and the River Amman, from Llandeilo in the north to Ammanford eight miles to the south.
Without her revealing book Llandeilo would have to rely on mere anecdotal evidence of servants and neighbours in Golden Grove to find out what went on in the 1960s in this mansion overlooking the river Towy when Hugh John Vaughan Campbell, not yet the 6 Earl of Cawdor, lived there with his wife, five children, servants and assorted hangers-on.
Over the centuries Llandeilo has been the seat of three aristocratic families: the Vaughans (Earls of Carbery); the Rices (Barons Dynevor); and Campbells (Earls of Cawdor).
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