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  • * British History Online *

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    Schedule of place names, Introduction

    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 Great House.

    Reminiscences of old inhabitants of Cardiff

    grandfather, Mr. Morgan, occupied Ty Gwyn (otherwise Pen-y-lan farm), the barn of which now forms the convent chapel, said that the well in the present grounds of Well-Field was formerly on the lands of Ty Gwyn. He could not remember

    Council Minutes, Extracts from Town Book, 1722-30

    replastering the joints in the stone of the wall above the organ. John George the Apparitor. The Whitehouse, or Ty Gwyn, was a farmhouse which stood at what is now the north-west corner of Lower Cathedral Road, off the Cowbridge

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

    of the Consistory Court. Beadle. Aldermen's families were buried in the chancel by prescriptive right. White House, in Welsh Ty Gwyn . Cobbler. Buried in flannel, under the new Act of Parliament. Whitefriars. Probably an imprisoned debtor, from the Guildhall

    Memorial inscriptions, Llandaff Cathedral

    1776, died 1848. And others of the same family. Vault railed, on the slope under the north wall of Ty Gwyn . Elizabeth, wife of J. B. Woods; ob. 1853, aet. 71. Also J. B. Woods, forty-eight years Governor of

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y bu yn dioddef dano er's dyddiau bellach. Eisteddodd y Tywysog Arthur i giniaw gyda'r Llywydd Grant, yn y Ty Gwyn, yn Washington dydd Mercher y 26ain cynfisol. TafLodd torwr glo yr ebill a'r big o'r neilldu yn Pitsburgh, Pa., Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y mwyaf yn y r tir yn plygu i Lwi 'ger bron y folleddiges a fedd- i anai y Ty Gwyn, fel 'gelwid rew iled y yw. r. ydd; ondryr Jhon oedd y dydd o tblaen wedi ei gad., ael Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yr Ysgol Sabbothboi . Ei oedran oedd 48 mlwydd yn Ionawr diweddaf. Gen. wyd ef mewn ffermdy o'r enw Ty Gwyn, plwyf Bodfary, . Swydd Ddinbyco. Symudodd ei rieni i amaetbdyV''r enw Broi Eirio, plwyf Ysgeifiog, Swydd Ffiint, o'r .hvvn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wedi datgan ei lawenydd yn y gobaith am y fath ginulliad, ac y rhydd dderbyniad croesawgar iddynt yn y Ty Gwyn, yE Washington. Y mae holl gwmniau y rheilffjrdd yn addawv eu cludo i L bob man am haner y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    er' o anrhydedd i Miss H~arriet Lane, nith yr Arlywydd- f Buchanan, ac ar y pryd hwnw mneistres y Ty Gwyn. 'fi Yr agerlong H~arriet Lane a gludodd y Tywysog a y Washington i. Mount Vernon, ar y Potomac, bedd Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Gladstone and Manning: the root of the controversy ..., 1875

    And there were six large colleges- Llanfrother , Caerlleon , Llancarvon, Ty Gwyn an Dafan Whitland; Henllan , St. Asaph now; and. Bangor -Is- Coed . Ty Gwyn -in English, white house-in Roman Catholic hands, in A.D. 1146 became a Subscribers-only content

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