54. William Jones of Llanarth (died 1667) came from a family that remained Catholic into the present century. He was the son of Sir Philip Jones of Treowen, a great royalist soldier who had just died in 1660. 55. Thomas Lewis of St. Pierre (died 1685). Like Morgan and Van, Lewis was a 'moderate' in the context of the time, a bitter opponent of Catholic influences. This group forms a sharp exception to the general political colour of the list. 56. Charles Van of Llan-wern (died 1702), another later whig and anti-papist. 57. Walter Rumsey of Llanover (died 1677), from a branch of the Rumseys long active in the law. Walter's grandfather (recently dead in 1660) was MP for Monmouthshire in 1640, and a judge. 59. Henry Milborne of Wonastow (died 1692) was an overt Catholic who was the focus of much controversy in the Popish Plot years. He was then a JP in four counties, by virtue of his office of Steward to the Marquess of Worcester. His sister Joan married a brother of William Jones of Llanarth. Henry's nephew William Milborne (MP for Milborne Port in 1660) was a crypto-Catholic. MONTGOMERYSHIRE17 60. John Pugh, Esq. 1000 61. Owen of Ruseston, Esq. 1000 62. Blayney, Esq. 1000 DL, MP 63. Roger Lloyd, Esq. 800 64. Richard Owen, Esq. 800 DL 65. Richard Herbert 700 DL 66. Sir Edward Lloyd 1200 DL 67. Edmund Waring, Esq. 700 MP 60. Rowland Pugh of Mathafarn had been a royalist leader, whose house had been sacked by the enemy in 1644. John was his son. The family feature as arch- persecutors in the memoirs of quaker Richard Davies.18 61. Richard Owen, Rhiwsaeson. 62. Arthur Blayney of Gregynog had fought for the King at Beaumaris and Harlech. He died in 1659, and the nameless heir here is John Blayney. Arthur had served under one of the Owens of Clenennau (see above, 'Caernarfon- shire'). 63. Roger Lloyd of Talgarth. 64. Richard Owen of Garth (Llanidloes). 65. Richard Herbert of Meifod? of Bromfield and Dolguog? 66. Sir Edward Lloyd of Berthllwyd. 67. Edmund Waring of Llandinam (1638-87).