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  • * British History Online *

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    Memorial inscriptions, Llandough and Penarth churches and churchyards

    his wife; died 1895. Also their children, Patrick Christian, Helena, Daniel Joseph, Mary Agnes. Vault . Richard John, farmer, of Cwrt y Fil in this parish; died 1855, aged 32. (Welsh scripture-text, indistinct.) Flat stone, broken across . "Margaret, daughter

    Schedule of place names, N - R

    Schedule of place names N - R N - R NABBS, The. A fishery on the sea-shore in the lordship of Roath (1542.) NAILOR'S SHOP. An ancient messuage in Smith Street (1817-1843.) It formed part of the block known

    Members of Parliament for Cardiff

    Members of Parliament for Cardiff CHAPTER XI. Members of Parliament for Cardiff. By W. R. WILLIAMS. DURING the three centuries and a half that the Borough has returned a representative to Westminster, many eminent men have placed their services

    Schedule of place names, A - F

    the blackbird.) An ancient thatched house at the hamlet of Ffilog, Whitchurch, on the west side of the Llanishen Road. CWRT, The. A brook flowing into the sea west of Penarth Head. CWRT-BACH (the little court). Also called Roath Court

    Schedule of place names, G - M

    Schedule of place names G - M G - M GABALFA, Y; or Caubalfa, (the ferry.) A hamlet and a mansion in the parish of Llandaff, on the left bank of the river Taff, near Llandaff ford and bridge.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    i gael gwybow pa ef bryd y gorplhenir ef. Rhoddwyd caniatad i Mr. Jobn dr Williams, Llanddlarog, a James James, Cwrt, i sefyll y-r arboliad gyda golwz ar dderbyniad i Drefecca. h Rhoddwwyd caniatad i'r.Pareb. 0. Evans, Mostyn, a D. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a'r canu. Holwyd y d gwahanol ysgolion am 10, Llaidyfeiliog, a Banc y r capel, gan y Parch. J. James, Cwrt; arn 2, Llansaint, a Ferry Side, gan y Parch. J. (riffiths; an am 6,Cidweli, y a Hureb, gam y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    GymnieQg,, gvwynioninei ddlnon, 3p., Ed- war'dpJones, '.,Cwrt LIanayer-;:ailreu, eto,,etoa, lp., 1 l~sj~.:l~ m ,11, ,.Ty60ch, ,Lanover.. lafam: y cnwd.goreu 'a erfn. ne .y :tir t ediiei lanhau a'i amaethn'yi dda, 4p.. Edward Jones, Cwrt Llanover: 3 ail oreu, eto, eto Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr.. D. Rowlands ifYned'i Oorris I iet i gynorthwy e yr Vg~wysi yno i ddewis; blaenoi'd. l'w BuIyBA'aredaith Sabbothol y Cwrt ;.,ofnid nad oedd, E .dig6noobregethu'yn.yvwrit, ile ecynyddo1,. ac auog.' ad wyd Penmeni i, gyi, eryd ond unnbrpgeth y;mis, er Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Pembre, gan y Parch. S. D. Jones, Carmel, Mr. Thomas Mor- gan, Moreb, i Anne, merch henaf Mr. THugh Thomas, Cwrt, ger Pembre, Sir %aefyrddins tA2RWOLAETHAU. Aryr Itgeynfisol, Mrs. Mary Davies, priod Mr. Du1 Davies, Cwmtwreh, ger Abertawe, yn 61 Subscribers-only content

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