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  • * British History Online *

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    Further charters and patents, Introduction

    the Earls Robert and William, with Anglo-Norman lords like De Humfraville and De Bonville, and Welshmen such as Morgan ap Cradoc. Premises in Cardiff are included in the confirmation. After returning from London to Cardiff with my copy of this

    Further charters and patents, 1205-1576

    Burgensiu' siue lib'or' ho'i'u' de Kaerdif 16 q'cq'd h'n't i' villa de Kaerdif 16 u'l ext'a. Ex dono Morgani fil' Cradoc' quicq'd h'n't 17 in marisco de Auen & Less'ranny 18 & co'i'em past'ram i' montanis int' Taf & Neth.

    Parochial Records, Registers of Roath, 1731-1845

    of Miles Mredith Gent: by Dorothy his wife chr d Nov r the 12, 1772. Grace the wife of John Cradoc of the Town of Cardiff was bur d October 3 rd 1772. 1773 January 12. John Mredith of the

    The winning of Glamorgan, Documents

    same wife, he gave the Lordship of Reeding or Sofflen, 26 between Neath and Cremlyn to hold of his brother Cradoc. 4 th To Einon ab Collwyn he gave the Lordship of Misgin with the Castle and Town of Lantrisant

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cenadan dros' 6rist, cyn t geni yr hynaf o'n tadau Methodistaidd, megis y. Parch. g W. Erbury a'i gurad Walter Cradoc, John Williains, I Henry Maurice, oed4mnt yn Eglwyswyr'; Vasasor n Powell, .tad Bedyddwyr :Cyureu, a-r- Aunibynwyr, M Hugh Owen, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    hwnw, pryd y cefwyd diwrnod o areitbio. I Am 10, y Pareb. David Price, Dinbyeb,- gynt, ar I " Walter Cradoc." Am 2, yr Hybarch Dr. Bees ; ae am 6, D. Rhys Stephen, Manchester, yr adeg hono, ar " Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ngbymra. DiwrLod b i'w gofio oedd hwnw, pan y cafwyd tair darlith yn yr- un dydd: am ddeg, I Walter Cradoc,' gan y diweddar a Barch. D. Price, gynt o DdinbychI; ICbarles o'r Bala,' gan y 1'arcb. D. Stephen o Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    bywyd, gwynfyd gviw,- Yn ddidrancedig i'w gadw ?" f Cymer " Ffwl arno ei fod yn un o ddilyn- wryr Cradoc "Mi rof fh Lanor a Dyneio Yn stablau i'm ceffylau gweithio, Ac a godaf Eglwys fendigedig, Nid a goed Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Y Jouesiaid o Lanarth a'r Claddan, y rhai oedd yn disgyn o Syr Dafydd Gamn, y Williamsiaid o Lan'kybi, diagynyddion Cradoc y March Fras, y Scudamor- iaid o WVentchurch, teulu oedd yn disgyn o du eu mam o Owen Glyndwr, Subscribers-only content

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