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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    LEWIS, William III.

    of Dartington, Devon, widow of Robert Gamage of Coity, Glamorgan, or her daughter-in-law Gwenllian, daughter of Thomas ap Jenkin Powell of Glyn Ogwr in the same county, widow of John Gamage of Coity, and in either case had three sons

    CARNE, Thomas (c.1538-1603), of Ewenny, Glam.

    to attack his house and attempt to slay him. Carne was also at odds with another neighbour, John Gamage of Coity, over an attempt to enforce his alleged feudal rights as successor to the priors of Ewenny, which Gamage resisted

    DENYS, Sir Gilbert (d.1422), of Siston, Glos.

    his own personal use: in 1412 he and William Gamage ‘with no moderate multitude of armed men’ laid siege to Coity castle, Glamorganshire, then occupied by Sir Richard Vernon’s widow. On 16 Sept. the King dispatched commissioners to raise the

    DROYS, John (d.1418), of Bristol.

    1404-5; mayor Mich. 1406-7, 1409-10, 1414-15. Ofifces Held Commr. to victual the royal army in Wales and the garrison of Coity castle, Glam. Sept. 1405; of inquiry, Bristol June 1406 (concealments), Jan. 1407 (negligence of a searcher of ships), Jan.

    NEWPORT, Sir William (d.1416), of Abnalls, near Lichfield, Staffs.

    Held Commr. to suppress treasonous rumours, Staffs. May 1402; make arrests Feb. 1409, Aug., Dec. 1411; raise the siege of Coity castle, Glam. Sept. 1412. Ofifces Held Constable of Beaumaris castle, Anglesey by 16 Apr. 1414-d. Biography Newport’s background remains

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    E-n OR IEGA INT ELLIGE'C.E. Il i . - i t .S -:' : SSW11DEN. Gqr0t'$ Mvnon MARCH 1. A-The King is a p td CQntTgl1as, Count Ferseo, and others hine beet :lr ~resfed.- The Tribugal' Aijtely instituted1 bv Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    about mid-day the sky was sud- denly darkened by the accumulation of dense clouds upon Wain Avon, and along the Coity, in thedirection of the Var. teg, when an immediate discharge occurred, which soon inundated the works, and almost filled Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1uosiers, Furri.se, sad deneral Oatfitt-o, for Ladies and Gentlemen, 104, 165, 156, 157 Minories, and 8,8, hS, aud 86 Aldgate, Coity, London. Caution.-E. MoRos asl4 Seas regrest being obliged to guard the public against imposities, bet have learned that the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    HOUlSES AND LAND TO LET (ceonld.) A~THE1RSTON1TE RnOtd, Xiu~,-' 1Wrth.-To Los.tr tls P s-lven bcdiroonvr-. 9. ]:, rLaot,'ry. hot rod~ C 10 rcaterr two rocotion rooms;~ kitoln.e riwd l ",1ro: lar'o r.Imo. 1Reut E03 'v- (tot 10w 0'-t Rvt Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    exainination, July 2, at noon, at the County Couirt, Stafford. WILLIAM J. Luxmoest, Hereford Road, Bayswater, -Lonidon, lately residing at Coity Mvawr, Talybont, near iBrecon, alsýo lately residing at Craigiss, Taly-bent, near Birecon, and also lately residing at Hemel Hempste.sel, Subscribers-only content

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