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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The parish of Cockerham COCKERHAM .

    The following are named as dying at that time: William de Furness , the wife of Richard de Guncester, Thomas Belan , Roger Hanson and the wife of Adam Slack ; Engl. Hist. Rev . v, 528. There was a

    Index A-K

    348 Before the Kirk door ( Tunstall ), 228 n Beggar's Breeches ( Cartmel ), 265 Beiskebreck , 55 n Belan , Thos., 89 n Belcliff ( Aldingham ), see Baycliff Bell , Ad., 349 n , 354 n ;

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    WYNN, Thomas (1736-1807), of Glynnllivon, Caern.

    with his feudal and martial fancies. He had built on the Glynnllivon estate two stone forts against foreign invasion, Fort Belan at the western entrance to the Menai Straits, and Fort Williamsburg on a crest in the park. Sir Ralph

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    c Tair Blynedd wedi cael eu gwneyd yn y manau isod:- 'SIR FoN.-Amlweb, W. Circuit;, Belan, AB.; Bo- " dedern, C. M.; Brynsiencyn, C. M. ; Capel Newydd, B; 3, Cemaes, Siloam C. M.; Gadj C. M.; Hephsibah C. M.; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ilythyr o gydymdeimlad a u teulaoedd profedig- sethus. Hefyd, gwnaed sylw o afiechyd dan frawd ffyddlon arall, sef Mr. Jones, Belan, a Mr. Thomas, Grocer, New Mills, a phenderfynwyd anfon Ilythyr o gydyndeimlad a hwy. Mater y society oedd " Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Misol nesaf i fod yn Llan- silin, Mehefdn yr 20fed a'r 21ain. Gwnaed coffAd am frawd ymadswedig, sef Mr. Jones, Belan, blaenor ffyddlawn nc ymdrechger yn eglwye Benlah. Enwyd v Parch. E. Griffithe i anfon Ilytbyr a gydymdeimlad £r teulu Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ar el liol. :he mlwydd o:d: IPRYcE. -A ~yr. 28Bin ;eynfisol, y ew';ld o, IWilliam Chapman, suwyl blentyn JMr. Bichard~ryee, Belan neisydd, Bettiw,0 Mdw : .d : :X I rwolaeth a J~hiai dddiigaeith K~r. . WILLIAX R.OB RT, Tynewydd, I Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    --,, , ? - ?, ? 7- -. I ? farm. toio? 'p, Nid ydyzn 1fW atylie ed l7*An a gf4J mr svsiadaisyr vTy ,ifeP~yf. . K. d -AT GYFEILLION Y DIWEDD AB .BA3CH. DANIEL DAVIES, ABERPOBTH. c Syr,-Y Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    Appendix, 16 October 1832

    Tullow Dalkey Booterstown Killiney Kill of the I Grange -J Bray - -i Old Connaught J Rathmichael Cloghran Kilternan Timolin Belan - Rathtoole Killelan Moone Chapelizod Palmerstown Ballyfermot Saint Doologh - Kilberry Powerscourt Malahide Delgany Kilcoole Kilmacanogue - Howth 3 Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 16 October 1832

    I Knockrath S Ballinacor V.Ballykine Raheeny Swords Rinsaley Killough Killoserv St. George St. Doologh Santry - St. Janit'8 Saggard {Timolin Belan - Rathtool Killelan Moon Is. Proportion of the Amount | Tithe to of Composition IJEl Sterling for Tithe. in Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 4 February 1818

    and Deserthy, united to the parish of Magherafelt ---______ The chancellorship of Dromore and vicarage of Clonalien united - Timolin, Belan, Moone and Rathtooie parishes, and seren townlands, part of vicarage and parish of Killelan, nuited -.---,---_. Killalaghten and Killgerill Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 25 November 1823

    by whom such Union has been authorized. Timolin Union : Consisting of four parishes; viz. Timolin, a vicar¬ age ; Belan, a vicarage ; Moone, a vicarage; and Rathtool, a vicarage; they are contiguous to each other; the estimated extent Subscribers-only content

    (Ireland.) Tithe composition. A return of the name of every parish in Ireland, in which an agreement has been made under the Tithe Composition Act., 1830

    - - / Kitlfney "• -¦ Kill of the Grange -J OldConnaught -j Rathmichael • Cloughlin . - Kilg'obbin Timolin Belan - - Rathtoole Killelanc Moone - Chapelizod Palmerston Ballyfermot St. Doolbugh - Kilberry Poweracourt - MaTahide . - Delgany' Subscribers-only content

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