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You searched for: Place: Crai, Date from: 1500-01-01, Date to: 1599-12-31

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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fyned i wahanol Gymdeithasfaoedd y fdwyddyn:-I fyned i Gymudeithasfa Pontardawe, y Parchn. B. Morris, J. Evans, Crughywel; Mri. D. Thomas, Crai, a R. Wil- liams,'Aberbonddu. I'r Gymanfa Gyffredinoi, y Prchn. R. Davies, Talearth; J. 6lavis6, Pandy; Mr;. T. Wil- liamsr, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Morgar', Rhiwbwys; Mfl. -Jones, Llanbedr; D. Rogers, Aberte fi. Brycheiniog.-ParCh. Bees Davies, Brynmelyn; Benjamin Morris, Aberhonddu ; Mr. David Thomas, Crai, a Thomas Price, Defynog. Caeerfyrddin.-Parchn. W. E. Prydderch, Gfoppa; W. L. Powell, Bettws; Md. DanielWilliams, Oi!cwm, a John Thomas, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ilais yr eglwys gyda golwg ar L ddewis buagail. I Trecastell eto, y Parch. D. Rhys i- a Mr. Jones, Crai, i ddewis blaenoriaid. Pwyllgor r v Lleoedd Gweiniaid i gyfarfod yn Aberhonddu. e Cyflarfu Pwyllgor yr Ysgol Sul. Maes Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    5 sPtory performancre, ~uaaiewtead, Qualfled. aiti 41 hwe okn testim , ale, &c.-T. B. arkar, Be 1 t'OOLTAERYPLANTMachine Engine, Framr, Crai, and ojpoeo.-Aply, M. owen, it,. B., uroad Iltrcat.-BilaotoO e2615, late p P for liquid neanore, new; clad ~ Ade24$ Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PUBLIO MUSBUMEi. rEATRE ROYAL, BIRMINGHAM. 1 gethetduct¶on for OUCI" wiR ONLY of Mr. BURNAND'S RsPOt-tu bighiy uooesuli ComedY "THE COLONEL,' in lstint Mrj BDGAB hRUim at l apes bef orohr Majesgty p u~es, aS and thePinepby tende Princge dof Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Foot's Cray

    the Walsingham family. It is thus described in the record of Doomsday: William Fitzoger holds of the Bishop (of Baieux), Crai, which is taxed at half a fuling. There is one plough on the demesnes; there are 8 villans, who

    Acts and Proceedings, 1583, October

    absents be markit, and a substantious ordour providit to correct them; [the forme thereof the brethren have willed Mr John Crai g, David Fergusone, and Mr Peter Bleckburn, to consider, and give their judgement openlie to the whole Assemblie the

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