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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Note on abbreviations

    . Shropshire Parish Registers S.R.O. Shropshire Record Office (see p. xvii) SA See above, S.M.R. T.C.S.V.F.C . Transactions of the Caradoc and Severn Valley Field Club T.S.A.S . Transactions of the Shropshire Archaeological and Historical Society Tax. Eccl . (Rec.

    Note on abbreviations The 14th- Century Landscape Around Wellington

    in possession of V.C.H . Salop . N. & Q . Shropshire Notes & Queries T.C.S.V.F.C . Transactions of the Caradoc and Severn Valley Field Club T.D.C. Telford Development Corporation T.S.A.S . Transactions of the Shropshire Archaeological Society Trinder, Ind.

    Note on abbreviations WENLOCK, UPPER CORVE DALE, AND THE STRETTON HILLS: THE MEDIEVAL LANDSCAPE

    A. B. Somerset (Records of Early English Drama , 1994 ) Stat. Instr. Statutory Instrument(s) T.C.S.V.F.C . Transactions of the Caradoc and Severn Valley Field Club T.S.A.S . Transactions of the Shropshire Archaeological and Historical Society Tax. Eccl . (Rec

    Wellington Wellington

    60; SJ 61 ( 1957-8 edn.); Inst. Geol. Sciences Map 1/25,000, Telford ( 1978 edn.). SA 1782-3 , 2812; Trans. Caradoc & Severn Valley Field Club , xv. 74; R. E. Davies , Handbk. to the Wrekin ( 1895 ),

    Cardington CARDINGTON c. 1840

    Little Caradoc (the lower part of Caer Caradoc hill) and the Lawley (377 m.). 22 South-east of the Lawley are the high parallel ridges of Hoar Edge (312 m.) and Yell Bank (321 m.), 23 while south-east of Caradoc rise

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Caswallon; ond er pob ymdrech yn gorfod dychwelyd j. heb Iwyddo. Yr un modd tan lywodraeth Trajan yn o amser Caradoc. Oddiyma drachefni eth a ni ymlaen d trwy ymgyrchiadau y Daniaid a'r Saxoniaid, laosgiad Mynachlog Bangor Is-y-coed, yr effaith Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    WANTED, A COMPETENT PERSON to undertake thehfull A duties .of an office. Must be a good Corres- pondent in English and4 Welsh. Apply ,by letter stating age, terms, &c o, Carnarvon. - . ce BRYt TIRO TOWYh, - 'MER1ONETHIEs Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr.Os- (i borne Morgan ar banodiad Mr. Homersham Cox. j e Yr ydym yn deall fod Mr, G. R1. Jones, (Caradoc) g yr hwn fu yn arweinydd i GOr Undebol Aberdar Y wedi ei ethol i fod yn arwgeinydd i Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    baasai rawyby y4gymry& d Aar anturiaeth. Y mae "Hanesyd`" wediyegi~enu . yn rhagorol ar ei 'destyu; on( - y mae-'" Caradoc" a:wedi ygrifena yii halaethach,' a i ' addau -yriag. orach.. Dichon ei fod wedi cael mnwy a ymaafariad Y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hand and Heart Gilgal Steadfast Trinity Strong Tower Never give up Crosade Rescue Argyll True Covenantere Queen-street Aber Brecon Caredigion Caradoc Glan Menai Glan Rhuddallt Gobaith Seren Cymnru Refuge Gobaith Cymru Hope of Wrexhat Durlais Gwyrfai Ffynon Loew Padarn The Subscribers-only content

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Preface 5 The Life of JOHN STOW.

    Collection of th e Successions and Acts of the British Princes after Cadwallador, unto the Year 1156 . done by Caradoc of Lancarvan. These Collections were kept in an Abby of Conwey in Wales , and another Abby; and were

  • * British History Online *

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    Translated extracts from Welsh and Latin records, Introduction

    of the Princes," my extracts from which range from 1043 to 1172. This chronicle was written by the learned monk, Caradoc of Llancarvan, and, according to the description given by the editors of the "Myvyrian Archaiology" 1 continues the history

    The winning of Glamorgan, Documents

    the year. This noble Pain had paid to Caradoc, which gave offence to Sir Robert and the other knightes. But after they had taken Pain all his men and the men of Caradoc took arms and beset the Castle of

    Schedule of place names, A - F

    Schedule of place names A - F Schedule Of Place-Names. ABBOT'S LAND, The; otherwise the Back. A tenement in the manor of Roath-Keynsham; situate on Roath Moor and belonging to Pengam (1702, 1703.) ADAM'S-CROFT. Fifteen acres of land at

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    CRADOCK, Hon. John Hobart (1799-1873).

    in this.[footnote] His father, who received a United Kingdom peerage in the coronation honours, changed the family name, ludicrously, to Caradoc in January 1832, having persuaded himself that he was descended from Caractacus. The story went that soon afterwards some

 

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