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  • * British History Online *

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    Augmentation proceedings, Introduction

    life, by Copy of Court Roll, a tenement called "Crosse byghan" (Crwys Bychan), parcel of the Manor of the Grange (Cathays) belonging to Margam Abbey. Morgan Hywel Fychan and Richard Hawkyn, of Cardiff, have trespassed on those premises and committed

    Council Minutes, Minutes, 1794-1817

    125. 0. 0 Coal Yard 62. 10. 0 Waste before Cathays & c. 90. 0. 0 Stepaside Cot 35. 0. 0 2 ffields near Cathays 254. 5. 6 Waste behind Cathays & c. 68. 0. 0 Lands at Cross Buchan

    Council Minutes, Extracts from Town Book, 1771-77 and addenda

    1734, at 7 s . Q. What is become of this Lease. 9. John David, a cot and garden at Cathays, for 99 years (or 3 lives) from 1725 at 1 s . This Lease is surrendered for No. 26.

    Parochial Records, Vestry Book of St John's, Cardiff, 1708-62

    1 d . for lands; and M r David Owen 3 s . 9 d . for "part of the Cathays." 1737. Rate of 2 s . 6 d . "towards repairing the windows and newing or repairing the Bell."

    Council Minutes, Extracts from Town Book, no.VI (c.1740-93)

    is hereby rescinded Accordingly. M r Henry Hollier proposes taking a Lease of that Cottage & Small Garden Situate near Cathays on the West Side of the Turnpike Road there, lately Occupyed by Rowland Thomas Fisherman, at the Yearly Rent

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    o fech- gyn, oed pa rai oedd yn amrywio o 11 i 15 mlwydd, yn chwarea ar gae yn nghymydogaeth Cathays, l anelodd un o'r rhai hynaf, o'r enw Joseph Beynon, yr hwn oedd a dryll ganddo, at ei gydchwareuwyr, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    son am ychwanegu cryfder, dylid a sefydlu Achosion Saesneg newyddion yn y k maenu canlynol,-dau yn Caerdydd, sef un yn Cathays, ac un arall yn Canton; un yn Aber- tawe, trwy ail agoryd Bethany, neu godi capel d haiarn (gwyddom Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Parch. William Janies, a J. Christmas. Aberdare, i gynorthwyo Eglwys Mtountain Ash, i ethol blaenoriaid. 11. Caniatawyd adeiladn yagoldy ye Cathays, a cellar dan dy yn Lower. Shetland, Caerdydd, i'r amnan o fod yn lie i gadw yagol, y ddau Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ddaa ddewisiad. Hefyd rhoddwyd enwan y rhai ddewisasid yn 'daenoriaid yn Moantain Ash. 5 Cymeradwyai y pwyllgor adeilada pldns ysgoldy Cathays, Caerdyddj a chyda golwg ar gapel y eyfeillion, anogid y pwallgor i fynn valuation o'r lie, cyn iddo syrtkio, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    i'r dosbarth i gydymgyvghori gyda golwg sr y llwybr p go en i wneyd rhywbetb. Caniatawyd y oyfeillioa ye o Cathays, Oaerdydd, i ymgoaphori yr eglwys, y Parch. g J. M. Jones; Mri. D. Morgan, S. Mildon, a Thomas f Subscribers-only content

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