Edward Lloyd-Mostyn, 2nd Baron Mostyn

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Edward Mostyn Lloyd-Mostyn, 2nd Baron Mostyn (13 January 1795 – 17 March 1884), was a British peer and Member of Parliament (MP).

Mostyn was the son of Edward Lloyd, 1st Baron Mostyn. Born Edward Lloyd, assumed by Royal licence the additional surname of Mostyn in 1831.

In 1831 he was elected to the House of Commons for Flintshire, a seat he held from 1831 to 1837, from 1841 to 1842 and from 1847 to 1850. He also represented Lichfield from 1846 to 1847. In 1854 he succeeded his father in the barony and entered the House of Lords. In 1839 he served as High Sheriff of Merionethshire, in 1840 as High Sheriff of Caernarvonshire and between 1840 and 1884 as Lord Lieutenant of Merionethshire.

Lord Mostyn died in March 1884, aged 89, and was succeeded in his titles by his grandson Llewellyn, his eldest son the Hon. Thomas Edward Lloyd-Mostyn having predeceased him.

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Parliament of the United Kingdom
Preceded by
Sir Thomas Mostyn, Bt
Member of Parliament for Flintshire
1831–1837
Succeeded by
Sir Stephen Glynne, Bt
Preceded by
Sir Stephen Glynne, Bt
Member of Parliament for Flintshire
1841–1842
Succeeded by
Sir Stephen Glynne, Bt
Preceded by
Lord Alfred Paget
Lord Leveson
Member of Parliament for Lichfield
1846–1847
With: Lord Alfred Paget
Succeeded by
Lord Alfred Paget
Viscount Anson
Preceded by
Sir Stephen Glynne, Bt
Member of Parliament for Flintshire
1847–1854
Succeeded by
Thomas Edward Lloyd-Mostyn
Honorary titles
Preceded by
John Manners Kerr
High Sheriff of Merionethshire
1839
Succeeded by
George Price Lloyd
Preceded by
Sir Watkin Williams-Wynn, Bt
Lord Lieutenant of Merionethshire
1840–1884
Succeeded by
Robert Davies Pryce
Preceded by
The Marquess of Anglesey
Vice-Admiral of North Wales
and Carmarthenshire

1854–1884
Vacant
Peerage of the United Kingdom
Preceded by
Edward Pryce Lloyd
Baron Mostyn
1854–1884
Succeeded by
Llewellyn Nevill Vaughan
Lloyd-Mostyn