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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    MAURICE, William (1542-1622), of Clenennau, Caern.

    £320 that he received with his third wife was mainly a charge on the rectories of Llanbeblig, Caernarvonshire and Llanbadarn Fawr, Cardiganshire. His subsidy assessment of 1597-8 (£10 in lands), was one of the three highest in the county. He

    POWELL, William Edward (1788-1854), of Nanteos, Card.

    as an opponent of church disestablishment, supporter of agricultural protection and a popular local benefactor, and was buried at Llanbadarn Fawr (Aberystwyth).[footnote] Nanteos mansion and the entailed estates passed in trust to his son William Thomas Rowland Powell (1815-78), Conservative

    PRYSE, Pryse (1774-1849), of Gogerddan, Card. and Buscot Park, Berks.

    held the seat for life.[footnote] He died in Carmarthen in January 1849 and was buried with his ancestors at Llanbadarn Fawr (Aberystwyth), recalled as a generous benefactor and for his opposition to the establishment of a county police force in

    JONES, John (1777-1842), of Ystrad Lodge, Carm.

    insolvent and by August 1844 his assets, which included a library of 4,000 books, the 225-acre Ystrad and 159-acre Llanbadarn Fawr estates, tithes of St. Peter"s commuted at �920 and rights to fees for the north chancel, had all been

  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, K, 01 January 1741-31 December 1745

    (Surrey) , 238, 347, 733, 788. Knowsley , John, 313. Knox , Thomas, 574. Knyfton , George and Thomas, 839 Konigseg , Marshal, gratification to, 814. Krake , Mr. [German Chancery ] , 328. Kyvoeth-y-Bremin (Llanbadarn Fawr, co. Cardigan), 124.

    James I: Volume 2, June-July, 1603, 01 June 1603-31 July 1603

    1. ] June 21. Lease to Sir Thomas Jones, and Henry and Thomas, his sons, of the manor of Llanbadarn Fawr and of the parsonage and chapel of Llanbadarn Abuseyth, & c., co. Cardigan. [ Docquet . ] June 21.

    Index L-P, 01 March 1603-31 December 1610

    Liveries , see Wards. Liverpool Mayor of Liversedge Livingston , Alexander, Earl of Linlithgow George Llachilched Llan-Armon Llanbadarn Abuseyth Llanbadarn Fawr Llanbeulan Llandaff , Bishop of diocese of Llandeilo-Vwaur Llandinam Llandough Llanidar Llannech-y-Aneth Llan Peddroch Llan Sainte y Catherine Llanvailog

    Acts of the Court of High Commission, 01 April 1635-30 June 1635

    be brought over by any one they are to be seized. June 16. James Evans and Richard-ap-John Watkins, of Llanbadarn Fawr, co. Caernarvon [Cardigan. ] Both defendants appeared and took oath to answer articles, and were monished to be examined Subscribers-only content

    Index of Persons and Places, L, 01 January 1693-31-Dec-1996

    surveyor of. See Colquit, J.; Sharpless, G. Livingston . See Levingston. Livorno . See Leghorn. Lixa . See Leixoes. Llanbadarn Fawr , co. Cardigan, hundred of, duplicate assessment roll for the [Quarterly ] Poll for, III. Llanybyther . See Llanybyther.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gofalus, a i diwyd; oud y mae y cyfnewidiad yn enill mawr iddi hi. Cleddir hi ddydd Sadwrn, yn Llanbadarn Fawr. JONES.-Ar y 29ain cynfisol, yn 18 mlwydd oed o'r dar- fodedigaeth, Miss 3Dora Catherine Jones, merch Mr. Henry Jones, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    o i Fund Lleoedd Gweiniaid y Sir. 3 ------+ Mab i'r diweddar Mr. David Hughes, blaenor gyda'r Methodistiaid yn Llanbadarn Fawr, a mab-yn-nghyfraith i Mr. Rees n Price, un o flaenoriaid Hermon, Dowlais, Yw Dr. H. Lewis Hughes, a gyrhaeddodd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    things had been clandestinelytaken away by the divine'sgrandmotIier (who keeps a low pot-house in Aberystwytb,) from a cottage in Llanbadarn Fawr, in the absence of the servant, and where he went to change his bloody clothes. The bag was carried Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and Commons Coch, and the gallant steed neither sttmbied nor stopped until he had carried the betrothed pair to Llanbadarn Fawr, about a mile from Aberystwith. Day had not yet dawned; but Evans, like a good general, had provided for Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Strange Defenders. - A correspondent writes : - "* An extraordinary disclosure was made at the Petty Sessions at Llanbadarn Fawr, Cardiganshire, on Thursday (the 26th ult.) An old man named Joseph Mason, a shoemaker, sever.ty years of age, was Subscribers-only content

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