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  • * British History Online *

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    Inquisitiones post mortem, Introduction

    Thomas Lewis of the Van, esquire. The Van is an ancient mansion, in the lordship of Caerphilly and parish of Bedwas, called after a peaked hill (Y Fan) close by it. Lewis of the Van was a descendant of Ifor

    Manorial records, Survey of Roath Keynsham (1702)

    unto Sir Nicholas Kemeys, Knight and Bar t , deceased, and now held by Lease by John Thomas Morgan of Bedwas, now in the Tenure of Thomas Evan, under the Chief Rent of one penny. 0. 0. 1. Item ,

    Glamorgan Calendar Rolls and Gaol Files, 1738-64

    Morgan Rees, late of the parish of Bedwas, labourer, found that the deceased, by attempting to swim a horse in a certain pool of water called Pwll-Tro in the river Rumney below Bedwas bridge, in the hamlet of Vann, was

    Wills, 1719-1778

    of Bedwas, and leaseholds in Llanedern. Legacies: Spruce chest; dressing box, with the receipts and work therein; bedstead with canopy, in the closet within my bedchamber; the iron back and the plate belonging to it, in the parlour at Bedwas;

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

    Cardiff, esq. 1809 June 3 Saturday. The toll at Popett Lane gate, on the turnpike road leading from Caerphilly to Bedwas bridge, was let to Watkin Price of Popett Lane. Part of the North Road, from the Ffillog Brook to

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    LEWIS, Gabriel, of Llanishen, Glam.

    Llantrisant for life by 1594. Biography The Lewises of Llanishen were a cadet branch of the Lewises of The Van, Bedwas, straddling the Monmouth-Glamorganshire border. Gabriel Lewis’s father was the youngest son of Edward Lewis of The Van, thrice sheriff

    LEWIS, Thomas III (by 1533-94), of The Van, Glam.

    father had established himself at The Van, near Caerphilly. Because this was in Glamorgan, although belonging to the parish of Bedwas in Monmouthshire, and because most of their property lay in Glamorgan, both Lewis and his father did their administrative

    LEWIS, Richard (c.1623-1706), of Edington Priory, nr. Westbury and Corsham, Wilts. and The Van, Bedwas, Glam.

    Westbury and Corsham, Wilts. and The Van, Bedwas, Glam. Constituency Dates Westbury 1660 26 Nov. 1680 Westbury 1685 1687 Westbury 1689 Nov. 1701 Ofifces Held Freeman, Devizes 1684–7. Biography Lewis’ family established themselves among the more prominent families in south

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y Dr. Price, ynghyd a Dr. Davies, Mer. add thyr, Mr. J. W. James, Merthyr, a Dr. Joseph Davies, gol Bedwas, i fyny i fynwent y Vaynor, lie y cyfarfyddwyd oh. f hwynt gan y periglor, a nifer o foneddigion Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    bresenol hetyd yn y cyfarfodydd heblaw y rhai a enwyd, y Parchn. J. Pugh, Caerdydd; Prothero, Caerdydd, a James (B.), Bedwas. Darllenwyd Ilythyr oddiwrth Lewis Jones, Pentre, yn datgan el ofid nas gallai fod yn bresenol oherwydd rhwyetran anorfod. Wedi Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    bydd vestry yn cael ei chynal mewn tafarndy un o'r dyddian nesaf yma. Arwyddir y notice gan ddau overseer plwyf Bedwas, Swydd Fynwy. G. H.-Ymdrechir cael Ile i'r sylwadau mewn rhyw ffurf yr wythnos nesaf. Daeth yr hyn a ganlyn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn ddiolchgar i Critto, nen rywon. am roddi enwy y dafarn, ew y cadeirydd, a'r dyddiad. ynglyn a'r Festri yn Bedwas. Gwelaf, hefyd, fod Festri Gelligaer wedi ei chynal yn y Village Inn,-a all rywun roddi enw yr Inn, a'r Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Brighton, and Edin- burgh, ladies' French boot and shoe importers-J. and B. Harker, Leeds, woollen cloth manufacturers-1R; Richqrds, and Co. Bedwas, Mtnmouthshire, maoiufactiritig l ciejuisti D. and D. Newbam, Preston, Latcacshire, flia ipinsihhs-'A. A. and 1. Mathea, Kig street, Golden Subscribers-only content

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