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  • * British History Online *

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    Memorial inscriptions, Roath church

    on the west, the flat land of the Deri Farm on the north and the lane or approach to Ty Mawr on the south. The churchyard is entered by gates on the south and west. There is a fine old

    Schedule of place names, Introduction

    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. Besides such translations,

    Ministers' Accounts, Introduction

    Rumney" is here mentioned. It was situate near the church, and probably on the site of the farmhouse called Ty Mawr. The fishery of the river Rhymny is stated to have been between Rumney Bridge and the Lord's millpond, and

    Glamorgan County Records, Cardiff District Order Books, 1780-1811

    of the North Road, from the Ffillog Brook to Tongwynlais, was assigned to the surveyorship of Anthony Mathews of Ty Mawr, gentleman. 1810 July 7 Saturday, being the first Market Day in the month: Ordered that the Clerk give M

    Reminiscences of old inhabitants of Cardiff

    by the initial letter of his or her surname. Ty'n-y-cwm or Ty-y-cwn. See the Schedule of Place-names. "Pont Licky" (H.) "Pont Leeky" (R.) Ty Mawr, alias Llys Du . Old Pen-y-lan Well. Apparently it was copyhold at a small fine.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a'r 9fed a Mehef- in. Lywyddwyd gan y Parch. Vr. Kdwards, Bala. '1, Enwyd a chymeradwywyd ymd'diriedolvcyr ar gape2 Ty Mawr, mewn trefn i aduewydduo fy "lease." Mae r. Mainwsing yn harod i estyn y "leasey" i 999 a flynyddaedd. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    i barhau trwy ys- n tod yr baf. d Cafwyd achos o'r clwyf anifeiliaid, y pleuro-pneu. n monia yn Ty Mawr, Penmaenmawr, yr wythnos ddi. weddaf. Ymddengys fod yr anifail afiach wedi ei IC brynu yn ffair Talybont, y 9fed Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ar ol ei- ddvehweliad o'Edinburgh, ddechreu yr sydd hat nesaf. lEnwyd brodyr i fyned i Gapel Celyh- fa'r wyr Ty Mawr, i gynarthwyoa yr egIwysi hyny i ddewis dded blaensaiaid. Gwuaed sylwadau teimladwy ar ymadaw- C5 iad dau o flaenoriaid Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Prenteg, ger Perth. madog. Llywyddwyd gan y Parch. Evan Roberts, Bryninelyn. Cyfarfod Misol Ty Mawr i fod ar y 25ain a'r 26ain cyfisol. DarIlenwyd cyhoeddiad y Parchn. T. Rees, Crughywel, a'i gyfaill. Hefyd, cyhoeddiad y Parch. E. J. Evans, Crewe, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    l edd. Defnyddiodd ei dalent befyd i wasanaethb gydag aceos y Gwaredwr. Synudodd i fyw am ysbaid i gymydogaeth Ty Mawr, lie y cafodd fwynhau cynghorlon a chyfeillach yr hen 'dad B3obert Ellis, a byddai yn hoff a adrodd ambell Subscribers-only content

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