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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    WYNN AP MEREDYDD, John (by 1494-1559), of Dolwyddelan and Gwydir, Caern.

    John (by 1494-1559), of Dolwyddelan and Gwydir, Caern. Constituency Dates Caernarvonshire 1542 Caernarvonshire 1547 Ofifces Held Commr. tenths of spiritualities, Bangor diocese 1535, subsidy, Caern, 1543, benevolence 1544/45, surveillance of N. Wales coast 1544-5, relief, Caern. 1550, goods of churches

    WYN AP HUGH, John (by 1525-76), of Bodvel in Llannor, Caern.

    lands and offices-and secured a reversion to his son Hugh of a crown lease he held in the neighbourhood of Dolwyddelan, in the east of the shire. At some unknown date he also secured the farm of the tolls of

    WYNN, Maurice (by 1526-80), of Gwydir, Caern.

    favour of Leicester. He was involved in a number of lawsuits, and the disposition of the ancestral estates at Doiwyddelan Dolwyddelan was a cause of wrangling which persisted into the next generation. In his own will Maurice bequeathed money for

    WYNN, Robert (1520-98), of Plas Mawr, Conway, Caern.

    the abbey of Maenan. His father arranged that he should share with his brothers part of the ancestral lands in Dolwyddelan and elsewhere, but his nephew John was convinced that Robert in collusion with his brother Dr. John Gwynne had

    WYNN, John (1554-1627), of Gwydir, Caern.

    the family of Robert Wynn of Plas Mawr, over the division in his grandfather’s day of the ancestral lands at Dolwyddelan, when John was convinced that two of his uncles had conspired to defraud his ailing and pliable father. A

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, D

    1226. Dogmael [St. ] abbey, St. David's dioc., 1238. Dokenton . See Dockington. Dolewethlan . See Dolwyddelan. Dolithlond . See Dolwyddelan. Dolongand. See Dolwyddelan.Dolwyddelan (Dolewethlan, Dolongand, Dolithlond), Carnarvonsh., g. 226 (17). -, church of, g. 226 (17). Domyngo ,

    Index, D, 01 June 1537-31 December 1537

    letter from, I. 1166. -, -, letter to, I. 751. Dologand or Dologhland. See Dolwyddelan. Dolos Haven. See Delftshaven. Dolphyn , the (Dauphin). See Henry. Dolwyddelan (Delewethlond , Dologand, or Dologheland), Carnarvonsh., II. g. 1311 (22). Domeryght , John, I.

    Index, D, 01 September 1546-31 January 1547

    Dolbyn , Robt., i. g. 1383 (86). Dolewothlan , co. Carnarvon. See Dolwyddelan. Dollow (Dolow) , Beds, i. p. 772. Dolphinby , Nic., clk., i. g. 1383 (37). Dolwyddelan (Dolewothlan) , co. Carnarvon, i. g. 302 (53). Domazell. See Damesell.

    Index, D, 01 January 1509-31 December 1514

    (p. 15), 82 (p. 41): g. 1266 (26 7). - Dolphenie. See Dauphin . Dolton (Dowlton), Devon, g. 1083 (2). Dolwyddelan (Dolwethelan), co. Carnarvon, 438 (3 m. 12), 438 (4. m. 18). Dolwyn , Germyse or Jeromyas, of the Steelyard,

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    17 February 1802, 17 February 1802

    the faid Petition : And that Mr. degai, Llanllechid, Llanrochwyn, Llanrwfl, Trewydir, Spencer Stanhope, Mr. Wilberforce, and Mr. Henry Laf- Dolwyddelan, Bettws-y-coed, Penmachno, and Eidda, in celles, do prepare, and bring in, the fame. the County of Carnarvon, and Llanrwft, Subscribers-only content

    26 February 1802, 26 February 1802

    Speaker's Chamber; and have Power to fend for Perfons, Papers, and Records. - Wilmflow Bridge and Congleton Road Bill, committed. Dolwyddelan, Beltzvs-y-coed, Penmachno, and Eidda, in the County of Carnarvon, and Llanrzvfl, Yfpylty, and Llanyfydd, in the County of Denbigh, Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 16 December 1817

    - - - - Llangoed - - - - - Penmon ----- County of Carnarvon: St. Anne in Llandegai - Dolwyddelan - Gyffin - - - Penmachno - - - - - County of Merioneth: Llanegrin - Talyllin BATH and Subscribers-only content

    Questions, 14 November 1800

    '4 iS 16 14 9 '4 16 The above ABSTRACT is colleaed from the Regifters of Bettws-y-Coed j Cappel-Cwiig ; Dolwyddelan; Llanrychwyn ; and of Trefriw. REGISTER of Baptifms and Burials of Bettws-y-Coed, defeaive fiom 1700 ro 1730, inclufive;—of Llanrychwy'n, Subscribers-only content

    A List Of The Livings Augmented By The Governors of Queen Anne's Bounty., 16 March 1804

    — — C. Llangwillog — C. Dolwyddelan — C. Llanfachreth — V. Conway or Cynwy — C. Bryncroes — C. Penrhos — — C. Keidio — — C. Bettws y Coed — C. Llangwnnadle C. Tydweiliog — V. Carno — Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    i'wt Eglwys ef ? GWRAiDWYR Y MxrODIS.yy] FFENTAETH YN DOLWYDDELAN. Syr,-Ymddengys fad rhyw v Ithyrau yn cael en cylhoecldi yn1 y7 gwahanol bapyrau newyddion, er ceis&s profi fod Ffeniaetb yn Dolwyddelan. A chan. jatan fad y fath beth a Ilythyr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn ddiogel. Gan fod'yn anghyfiens i Dr. Cynhafal Jones yrnweled An eglwysi dosbarth Penmachno, pasiwyd fod i'r PlAtE. Owen Jones, Dolwyddelan fyned. Trefn- w[$/i gael syiw neil/duol ar adroddiadan yr yin- weiwyr a'r gwabanol ddosbarthiadan yn C. M. Corphenaf, a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fewr. Derbyniwyd y cssgliadau gan Mri, R. Davies, E De;anwy, a J. R. William, Lwnda. Cynhelir yC. M. Desaf yn Dolwyddelan Mebefinf, 10, a'r Mater fydd "Yr angrerbeidrwydd ei id fel Cyfundeb yn cael ein gwreidliio yn egwyddorion Protestaniaetb." I'w Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y fynwent. I gymeryd rsan yntr- byniad blAbn6riald yn aelodau o'r C M yn Hydref, nidd Wyd y"'Pareb. Oiwen' Jones; Dolwyddelan, i holfar fater, sef "Brenhiiiaeth rist," (sylfaenedig ar yr 'iil B3almx), 'y. Parch, 1'. 1l. Jones, Penmachno, am en Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yr elusen, gan fod y Saebon wedi arfer ysgrifenu enwau Cymreig yn hynod ogibddall a bongleraidd. Yr eiddoch &c., PERTHEOS. Dolwyddelan, Gorph. 24, 1807. CYNHADLEDD 0 BOBL IEUAINC, At Olygydd y Goleuad. Syx,-Diolch o galon i Cranogwen am ei llythyr. Subscribers-only content

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