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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    arni egiwys. .Bratestnaidd, i capel Wesleyaidd, ac ysgol. Mae yr yny8 han yn-cael I ei llwohraethu'gan y Lord of the Manor, a deugaini o'r prif'drigoai6n .(c*pyqtolr) .a Ond yrynvs:fwyaf plbldgaidd a lionynt yw Jbreey. Maeei phoblogaeth yn -tsos i 60,60(0, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gyda golwd ar gael tir ar delerau rhesymol i adeilado capelau, a bo drprwy- aethan yn yrnweled-gi'r Lord of the Manor gyda golwg ar hyn, Mewn amser a basiodd, fe deimlwyd an- hawsder mewn sael tir at y pwrpas, a'r Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    roddasant 'Lords of the iE Manor' yn Nghymru, tra y daliai Owen Edwards fod y be r. 'Lord of the Manor ' yn Nghymru yn y canol-oesoedd Sqi a yn ddadblygiad natariol o'r penaeth llwyth, as y buasai hac i Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    D. Evans, cyfreithiwr, Machyn- c lleth, wedi ei appwyntio gan Syr W. W. I Wynn, Barwnig, fel Lord of the Manor, yn Deputy Steivard ei Court Leets mewn saith i. or Manors yn Sir Drefaldwyn. Bydd Mr. C Evans yn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    GOHEBIAETHAVU Ioedd ei mniad, Nid ydymyni yatyried eir. hurAinyngdfrifolaw syniadau idiad. yr yuarife-war. anfro. Id a GAIR WRTH YMADAEL. Yl idith. AT OLYGYDD Y GOLEUAD. d gallu- b" mae Syr,-Caniatewch i mi gongl fechan o'ch cy- o mwys hoeddiadcL Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Shottesbrook

    to the north of this road. Shottesbrook Park, the residence of Mr. Basil Guy Oswald Smith , lord of the manor, stands in large and well-wooded grounds to the north-west of the church. The house appears to have been erected

    Parishes Aldermaston

    the lord of the manor since the reign of Queen Eliz', on paying a small quit-rent to Queen's College , Oxford . The clergyman during that time has been nominated by the Lord of the Manor without any regular appointment,

    Parishes Peasemore

    and of this Parish Church and Lord of the Manor of Peasemore .' 78 He seems to have been succeeded by his son William, who is described as lord of the manor, and who died childless in 1775 , aged

    Parishes Oxhill

    existed, had lapsed. In the Gamekeepers' Deputations, 58 only in 1792 was William Davenport Bromley returned as lord of the manor; in all other years from 1718 to 1932 it is stated that the Shirley family of Ettington held the

    Parishes Yaxley Reproduced by permission of the Controller of H.M. Stationery Office from the Report of the Royal Commission on Historical Monuments, Hunts .

    his stipend, 97 and the same obligation was continued by Queen Elizabeth in 1573 . 98 The lord of the manor also paid annually £1 6 s . 8 d . to the sexton for his wages and 10 s

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 10 Towns seated on the THAMES.

    several large Houses, the Seats of Noblemen; as the Right Honourable the Lord Chency , who is Lord of the Manor : Then a large House, now the Duke of Beaufort 's, formerly of the Duke of Buckingham ; then


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