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  • * British History Online *

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    Schedule of place names, Introduction

    always called Fairoak; Cae Syr Dafydd, commonly termed Sir David's Field; and the numerous farms whose Welsh names of Ty Coch, Ty Gwyn and Ty Mawr, are far less seldom heard than their English translations, Red House, White House, and

    Council Minutes, Extracts from Town Book, 1722-30

    for my own trouble 10 s . 4. 19. 8. They were the late Churchwardens. The Red House, or Ty Coch, was the old name for what at the end of the century became known as the Cardiff Arms inn.

    Parochial Records, Registers of St. John's, Cardiff, 1669-1751

    , p. 144. See her Will ante , p. 145. Sawyer. See his Will ante , p. 146. Blackweir. Ty Coch, an inn; afterwards known as the Cardiff Arms, now the (new) Angel. Thamsyn, Thomasine. See his Will ante ,

    The older inns of Cardiff

    Street (1792.) 1 It occupied the site of a very ancient building known as the Red House, in Welsh Ty Coch , a name by which the inn was long known (1710, 1731, 1777, 1788.) The Cardiff Arms was demolished

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FSyd sy~olyn' '~v'ddd'r dfretrydgaenfsxon,~ Arwy diydeymhenodiW r ~B Whts~,M. H]ugrh Hughes, morwr, Well-street,t Mfens 3Bri6'ge, a lMiss~ Sydney Evans, Ty Coch, ger Csernaion. . Ar F Svdd yyfisol yn swy'ddta'r cifrestrydd; Csensori, yn resenoldsb M W.-R. Fhiteside, 'Mr. jWilliarn Thomas, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Rhwabon, si neu cyn nedd H ydref7 30aln. 3i1EKSfaktj-at Hydref,~05Ii. FPOUkEg, MArket St., RUAbon, ..deiYddy P4Y11Ir. W. H. 1DAVIS, Ty Coch, Trefynant, Lx : kgijfj - 0kdd Nygedol. . l .., I, I _ 10401L.Plffjl ]ebaW. Is veiffm fl RLD Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Jones, Pessycas, IEiwabon, ar neu cyn HydrefWIL4d " FVOU~ Market St., Ruabv 0. Cadeirydd Y. P"wyllgsr. W. H. DAv3Es, Ty Coch, Tretynant, . ver" 28. PA ;v - tR FAKED : i~~~~~~~~~~SI TrradAe :13 lood Nixture. 250 Ts 'GREAT BLOOD Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Anne Thomnas, Caer Bythod, Ysgoldy, sofae dda, a chawsait bob un dystysrif teilyngdod: gorea o'r bechgyn, Mr. W. Lloyd, Ty Coch, Dinor- wic, gwolr I Os. a thystysrif;, ail, Mr. Hugh Roberts. Llainven, Gorphwysfa, gwobr 6s-. a thystysgrif ; tryd~yd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    3ydd, Williame Davies, Pen'rallt-y ddau-o Dinorwic. Bairniadaeth " Daearyddiaeth Gwlad Canaan ;" 12 yu ynageisio; goreu, William W. Lloyd, Ty Coch, Dinorwic; 2il, William W. Rowlands, VietoriaView; 8ydd, William Williams, Newton St. Rhoddwyd gwobr i'r pedwerydd, sef M. B. Williams, Subscribers-only content

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