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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Austin canons The priory of Bisham

    Bisham , and also with the lands of the late abbey of Chertsey , and of the priories of Cardigan, Beddgelert , Ankerwyke, Little Marlow , Medmenham , & c., to the annual value of £661 14 s . 9

    House of Benedictine monks Abbey of Chertsey

    new home, endowed with the lands of their late abbey as well as those of the dissolved priories of Cardigan, Beddgelert , etc. Six months later Richard Layton , writing to Cromwell , describes the state of poverty in which

    Friaries The house of Black Friars

    him later. In 1535 John Hilsey , then provincial, begged Cromwell to confer a cell of Chalons called Portkellerd ( Beddgelert ) in North Wales , on Maurice Griffith , B.D., a poor friar, a scholar of Oxford , 'who

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, B, 01 August 1535-31 December 1535

    (2), 830. Beck , Edw., 234 (p. 78), 1054. Beda , Dr. Natalis, of Paris, 148. Bedam , Wm., 1097. Beddgelert (Bethkelert) priory, co. Carnarvon, suppressed, 900. Bedell . See Bedyll. Bedford , St. John's, 85. -, mayor of, 85.

    Entry Book, November 1674, 01 November 1674-30 November 1674

    park 20 0 0 Co. Carnarvon : Manor of Dynnerwick [Dinorwic ] 30 0 0 Rectory and church of Barkellet [Beddgelert ] , & c. 31 4 11 Rectory of Conway 6 0 0 Manor of Llanainthusry 100 0 0

    Index, B, 01 June 1537-31 December 1537

    Card. Contarini, (afterwards biographer of Cardinal Pole), I. 431; II. 510. Becham , Agnes, II. g. 1008 (10). Bechekilhart. See Beddgelert. Bechame. See Beauchamp. Beck , , wife of, I. 369 (pp. 164, 166) -, (Beke), Edw., II. 500. -,

    Index, C

    1046, 1238. -, abbot of, 805. See also Price, Ric. Conwey , Chr., of Calais, 656. -, David, prior of Beddgelert, g. 226 (17). -, John, 1187 (2). Cony , in Piedmont, 1114. Cony , Thos., g. 226 (35). Conyers

    Index, B, 01 January 1535-31 July 1535

    from, 193. Becket , St. Thomas , 1117. Beckett , Gilb., g. 149 (2). Beckley , Suss., g. 632 (33). Beddgelert (Bethekellerd), priory of, Wales, g. 802 (20). Beddington , Surr., letter dated at, 596. Bedell . See Bedyll. Bedingfield

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    WYNN, Maurice (by 1526-80), of Gwydir, Caern.

    which persisted into the next generation. In his own will Maurice bequeathed money for the education of poor children from Beddgelert parish at Friars School, Bangor. He died 18 Aug. 1580.Wynn’s normal assessment for subsidy was between £7 and £12-rather

    WYNN AP MEREDYDD, John (by 1494-1559), of Dolwyddelan and Gwydir, Caern.

    j.p. Caern., Merion. 1543-d.; custos rot. Merion. in 1543, Caern. by 1550-d.; sheriff, Caern. 1544-5, 1556-7; steward, former lands of Beddgelert priory, Conway abbey, and the order of St. John of Jerusalem, Caern. c.1550. Biography The Wynn family of Gwydir

    WYNN, Thomas John, 2nd Bar. Newborough [I] (1802-1832), of Glynllifon, Caern.

    north-west Wales Protestant meetings throughout March.[footnote] He divided against the relief bill, 18 Mar., and presented a hostile petition from Beddgelert, 25 Mar., but did not vote on the bill"s third reading, 30 Mar. 1829. At Shropshire assizes in August,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Daniel Rowlands, M.A. Heblaw awdurdodau y coleg a'i efrydwyr, yr oedd athrawon y lleoedd D canlynol yn wyddfbdol :-Carneddi, Bodfflordd, Beddgelert, Mancott, Bangor, Roewen, Dolgellau, Amlwch, LIanrug, Bethel, Trefriw, Waenfawr, . Caernarfon, Talsarn, Dwyran, Llanengan, Colwyn. Llanllechid, Caergybi, Llangeini, Dinorwig, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Tan yeae, do ... 0 2 6 W. Pritchard, Painter 0. .. . . 2 26i Parch. G. Parry (Tecwyn), Beddgelert ... 0 2 6 c Mr. Robert Thomas, Cefnewlyn, Bethesda 0 2 6 Rhoddionislaw 2s... 0 2 6 Trysorydd: Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y pryd, sef William Griffiths, brodor Id o Sir Fon, ac hefyd y llaU, sef Griffith Evans, brodor u o Beddgelert. Digwyddodd yr adwyddiant hwn r. trwy i ranau ddyfod i waered ar y ddau ddyn a en- .d wyd. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Feirionydd, ac y bydd iddo ddechreu yn ddioed ar y gorchwyl a ym- weled a'r etholwyr. Cynhaliwyd rhialtwch mawr yn Beddgelert a chy- mydogaethau eraill ar yr achlysur o briadas yCadben J. R. M. Ford, nai Mrs Minshull, Plas Gwynant, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    r- llyfni; William Roberts, Clynnog; William Jones, h, Ty'nycoed; William Jones, Bryngwydion; Wil- ys liam Griffith, Tymawr ; Griffith Parry, Beddgelert; y Owen Morgan, Feliubeli ; W. Hughes, Bodanborth; Id Ellis James, Vaynol; Edwards, Solicitor, Bangor; d- G Jones, Upper Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    26 March 1829, 26 March 1829

    Liberalism :" It is Ordered, That the said Petition do lie on the Table. Beddgelert; Upon reading the Petition of the Perpetual Curate and Parishioners of Beddgelert, in the County of Carnarfon and Diocese of Bangor, whose Names are thereunto Subscribers-only content

    Index, 10 December 1829

    Lawder; Kirkmahoe ; and Ocheltree, 289. — Leith ; Fodderty ; Ormiston ; Kirkconnel ; Anstruther Wester ; J. Sparrow; Beddgelert; J. C. Browne ; Arlsey, &c.; Aghold; Lisnadill; Killala; Eglish ; Blackwatertown; Apprentice Boys of Lon¬ donderry ; Dissenters, Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820 - Volume XCII, A.D. 1837

    enham, 148, p. Beckermont, St. John and St. Bridget, 120, p. Beckingham, &c, 182, p. Beckington, Road, &c, 128, p. Beddgelert, 170, p. Bedfont, 72, p. Bedford, 148, p. Bed- wardine, St. John, 177, p. Bedworth, 103, p. Beeding, Lower, Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Lords, 1 Geo. IV - 3 Gul. IV, Vols. LIII - LXIV

    a. Bearfiekl, 364 a. Beauchamp Roding, 155 b. Beaumont-cum-Moze, 288 b. Beckenham, 227 a. Beckermont, 184 b. Beckington, 66 b. Beddgelert, 290 a. Bedfont, 119 a Bedford, 235 b. Bedwardine, St. John, 292 a. Bedworth, 363 b. Beeley, 144 a. Subscribers-only content

    9 February 1803, 9 February 1803

    near the faid place called Cerrig- more commodious and beneficial to the perfons in terefted': y-PJiwydivr, through the Village of Beddgelert, in the And therefore praying, That leave may be given to bring County of Carnarvon, through the Vale of Subscribers-only content

  • * John Johnson Collection of Printed Ephemera * *

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    From W. Pritchard, family grocer and tea dealer

    ^ MM mm m m mm. Linen and Wool/en Draper, SILK MERCER AND HABERDASHER, BEDDGELERT. Every description of Family Mourning. FANCY & PLAIN BISCUITS. P. W, Pavies & Co., Printere, Carnarvon. •uoAxisui'BQ 'siojnuj *'oo ^ sajA^d '^ '(j •gJiinOSIff NI?7J Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    The educational almanack., 1881

    the past year to have reached-In Wales : Vaynor (Brecon), Is. 3d.; Llanrhidian (Glam.), Is. 3id.; Pencarreg (Carmar.), Is. 3Jd.; Beddgelert (Carnar.), Is. 4d.; Llanarth (Card.), Is. 4d.; Llanbadarn- fawr (Bad.), Is. 4d.; Nevin (Carnar .), Is. 4d. ; Llanybyther Subscribers-only content

    The educational almanack., 1881

    the past year to have reached-In Wales : Vaynor (Brecon), Is. 3d.; Llanrhidian (Glam.), Is. 3-^d.; Pencarreg (Carmar.), Is. 3Jd.; Beddgelert (Carnar.), Is. 4d.; Llanarth (Card.), Is. 4d.; Llanbadarn- fawr (Rad.), Is. 4d.; Nevin (Carnar.), Is. 4d. ; Llanybyther (Carmar.), Subscribers-only content

    The exhibition of the Royal Manchester Institution. 1839, the eighteenth. Modern artists., 1839

    167 View near Beddgelert M. Stanley 168 The Two Mills -Moonlight J. B. Crome 169 Huma Carta H. Johnston 170 The Ship " William Lee ," East India Trader, entering the Humber , the property of Messrs. Gee and Co., Subscribers-only content

 

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