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You searched for: Place: Broniarth

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  • * British History Online *

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    British History Online

    Edmund Wareing Henry Blaney Mathew Price of Parke Robert Owen of the Woodhouse David Morris of Pennybont Sidney Godolphin of Broniarth Thomas Winde Arthur Weaver Arthur Weaver junior William Williams Mathew Morgan John Mathews Edmond Lloyd of Trefnant David Powell

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Union Place, Croesoswallt; Ellis y Jones, Meirion House, a E. J. Bebb, Trallwm; J. B. 7af Pughe, Trederwen; Thomas Roberts, Broniarth; ini Parchedigion D. Rowlands, Trallwm; J. O. Jones, n. Croesoswallt; J. Hughes, Carneddau; Meistri m Joseph Evans; E. Woodall; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Gwasanaethodd y boneddigesau canlynol wrth y byrddau:-Mrs. 0. B. Jones, Mrs. Thomas, Trawscoed ; Mrs. Evans, Ulanerchrechwel; M ss Jones, Broniarth; Miss Jones, Varchoel ; Mrs. Jones, Cletterwood; Miss Davies, Bryndial, a Miss Twist, Llyswen. Yn yr hwyr pregethodd y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Corsywlad. Letters of sympathy were passed with the following,-(a) Mr Jones, Edgebold; (b) Mr Wynne, Coedway ; (c) Miss Jones, Broniarth. Mr W F Davies moved tbat we urge upon the North Wales Committee of the Forward Movement to opeQ Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tws, G.G., Thomas Morris, T. Watkins Thol Gittins, Evan Hughes, a Thomas Jones, tlh11 .santffraid; John H9ughes, Gelli, John Efugh" Broniarth; William Davies, Carneddaln; i Davies, Bontnewydd; T. Jones ac E. J °Ed Llanfechain; William Williams, Thoinas wawrds, Llamfyllin; J. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    three waggons, each having a line ox, which had heel subscribed for by the tenantry respectively on the Llan disdio, Broniarth and ShotatteT estate? belong ?_ Wels° y fl ° f _ th i em g^decora^fdwith laurels, flowers and banners Subscribers-only content

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