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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    R. Jones, New cloth hall, do. 0 2 6 J. Edwards, Draper, do ... ... 0 2 6 T. Williams, Coed y parc, do. ... 0 2 6 Owen 0. Williams, Ty'n y twr, do. 0 2 6 G. Davies, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gwdd Mfr Thomas Jones, o'r Sportsman Inn, Parthinadag. MtAPWOLATHAU. Ar y 4ydd cyfisol, Mr. Hugh Jones; Tai newyddion, Bettws y Coed, yn 64 mIwydd oed. fu yn ddiacon ffyddlon yn egiwys y Trefnyddion Calinaidd am lawer o flynyddau. Yr oeddym Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    dda, ac ystyried byred yw en dyddiau. Gwobrwywyd y personau canlynol a'r prif wobrau--:Mewn Rhydd- iaith, MV. Ellis J. Jones, Coed Helen House; David M. Jones, Clwt y bont; Thomas Davies, Pen y bont; William W. Owen, Ebenezer; William Thomas, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ni roddi crynodeb o hanes gwrilddryehy llyfr, a'i ddilyn trwy ' yr amseran a asthant draste ' yn Bettws y Coed, Ffestmiog, a'r Llidiardau, gan sin bod yR credu y derbynia y gyf rel ledaeni ad eang, a darileniad m'awr. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Yr ydw ine wedi meddwl am dair, un glws ofnatsen, a'r Ileill yn o lew, i'w hanfon i John, y Coed; Richard, y Plas; a Jams, y Ty isa," meddai Betsey. "Y ffolog uirion, be nei di ai thair ?" Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Chiswick Education

    between 1852 and 1862 . Chiswick County , Burlington Lane . Opened as county grammar schs. 1916 SG, 1926 SB. Coed . grammar sch. 1966. Amalg. 1968 with Staveley Rd . schs. as Chiswick sch. (q.v.). Chiswick Nat. Opened 1707

    St. Briavels ST. BRIAVELS AND HEWELSFIELD 1840 St Briavels Village Area, 1608

    Briavels castle estate, but nothing was received from it as the weir was in ruins. 53 Ithel weir, later called Coed -Ithel weir, further downstream, belonged to the earl marshal's Tidenham manor but was alienated by him before 1289, 54

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    THOMAS, William I (1551-86), of Caernarvon.

    soldier grandfather Sir William Thomas, and eventually took its place among the leading Caernarvonshire gentry as Thomas of Aber and Coed Alun (or Helen), originated at an early date in Carmarthenshire, where Sir William was the second sheriff to be


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