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    Manorial records, Ministers' account of the Lordship of Leckwith (1456)

    (One long skin of parchment, written on one side; in good condition.) Lent by R. W. Llewellyn, Esq., of Baglan. Leckwith. Account of Patrick crispy, exercising the office of Reeve there, from Michaelmas in the 33rd year of the reign

    Manorial records, Clunne Manor (c.1670)

    in good condition. Rental of the Manor of Pentyrch and Clun, circa 1670. Lent by R. W. Llewellyn, Esq., of Baglan . Free Customary Tenants w[i ] th Their Rents as followeth Lantwitt Vairdre . * * * * Lantrissent

    Manorial records, Introduction

    in the Lord's Chancery of Glamorgan. I am indebted, for permission to copy it, to Mr. R. W. Llewellyn, of Baglan Cottage; who was also so kind as to lend me four other documents used in this Chapter. The Leckwith

    The manors of Cardiff district, Introduction

    Lords of Glamorgan was of a very precarious character, and who frequently rose in rebellion. Senghenydd, Glynrhondda and Avan (or Baglan) were, at the date of an Extent attributed by Mr. Clark to the year 1262, in the hands of

    Manorial records, Cardiff Villa (1666)

    of 4 skins, written on both sides; in fair condition, the commencement very faint. Lent by R. W. Llewellyn, Esq., Baglan. Walter Strickland was Cromwell's envoy to Holland. He was brother to Sir William Strickland, bart.; and second husband to

    Miscellanea, Rentals and surveys

    Roll of 4 long sheets of paper, written on both sides; in good condition. Lent by R. W. Llewellyn, Esq., Baglan. Cardiff Villa S t Johns p'ish Kibbor Hundred An Assessment there made the 21 st day of June A

    Miscellanea, Miscellaneous documents (c.1500-c.1800)

    their Posterity. [Document written on one side of a sheet of foolscap. ] Lent by R. W. Llewellyn, Esq., of Baglan Cottage. 1688/9. Cardiffe Villa in Co Glamorgan SS To the Portreeve Aldermen and Burgesses of the Burrough of Neath

    Glamorgan Calendar Rolls and Gaol Files, 1738-64

    guilty of highway robbery, or, as the Indictment words it, for that he (and another man) at the parish of Baglan, with force and arms of and from one James Carson (and another person) did demand money with divers menaces,

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