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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Manors and estates in and near the city

    abbot and monks of Basingwerk ( Flints .). In 1462 the convent leased it for 100 years to Elis ap Deio ap Gruffudd, whose descendant, Matthew Ellis (d. 1574), a member of Henry VIII 's bodyguard, bought it in 1545

  • * British History Online *

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    Ministers' Accounts, 1492

    for making of one "punfald" of the lord there this year, 12 d . Whytchurche . The Account of Matthew Deio, Prevost there. . . . . . . Rents of assize . But he answers for 16 s. rents

    Glossary

    (Latin, "for inquiring concerning losses.") The title of a Writ directing the Sheriff to assess the damages in an action. Deio , Daio. A familiar Welsh form of Dafydd or Dewi, David. Demesne (Latin dominium .) Land in the lord's

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    5hanol leisiau. Deio Bach. -Yr un a "Gomer;" neu o'r hyn tleiaf y mae yma frawddegau hollol debyg i'w gilydd; ac os Iladron ydynt, cynghorern hwynt i ladrata rhywbeth 4mwy sylweddol y tro nesaf. Y mae ' Deio " wedi Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Cyfeirier pob 'gohebiaeth rhaglIaw fel y can- ' IynI:-Rev. EVAN JONES, Dyffryn, Merioneth. AT EIN- GOH1EBWYR. Oherwydd rhesymau na raid eu arybwyll ynia, erfynir ar ir holl ohebiaethau rhagllaw gael eu dan- fon i'r cyfeiriad uchod,: ac nid i Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    = 4ftetpbbin Tpmrdig. COLEG Y BRIF YSGOL I GYMRU. b, Arholiad amn -Exhibitions mnewn Cer(dNoriaeth. Mae y rhestr ganlynol wedi ei ohyhoeddi gan yr w arholwyr:- V Exhibition mewn cyfansoddiant :-D. Jenkins, yi Trecastell. Rhoddwyd gwobr o 5p. hefyd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ond rhanwyd y wobr- rhwng M'r T. Cynfelyn Benjamin, Gilfach Goch, a 3Mr. James G-G¶ lJones, (Henhlys) Tonypandy. 7. Adrodd. ".Deio baer"'-i ferched- dwy yn treio, a rhanwyd y wobr rhyngddynt, sefMiss Charlotte Edwards, a'i chwaer, Xenygtdg. 8. Ganu dityfyr-neb Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ar yr aceqrdi2t, .Mr. J. S. Jones ; can, ' Mt fynaf wraig fy hum," iMr. T. Spe*- man; can, "Deio Prys," J. S. Parry; -adroddiad, Mr. . LI. R. Hughes; can, "Hen ffon fy nain," Mr. T. Speakman; adroddiad, Subscribers-only content

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