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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ger Llanymyneeh, nos Iau, y 6ad cyfisol, cynhaliwyd y gynmanfa ganu. Cynrychiolid yr eggwysi canlynol: Groeslwyd, Maesgwyn, Geuffordd, Sarnau (A.), Domgay (A.), Tabernaci, Gwvernypant, Coedway, Osw'e-stry, a lanymynache. .Iy'wyddwyd gan Mr. Wm. Morris. Gwniaeth yr arweinydd, Mr. W. D. Phillips, Subscribers-only content

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    Abbots Leigh, on Monday, Dec. 3, the Rev. Henry S Lloyd, youngest, son of the late Francis Lloyd, Esq.^ ol Domgay, in the county of Montgomery, and of Leaton Knolls, in the county of Salop, to Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Subscribers-only content

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    Artillery, the lourth sou of Thomas Davison Bland, Esq., of Kippax Park, Yorkshire. On the 1st iust., at Seaton Knolls, Salop, Elizabeth, third daughter of tbe late Francis Lloyd, of Domgay and Leaton, Esq., M.P. for the county of Montgomery. Subscribers-only content

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    «ev Henry J. Lloyd, rec- nLn J 6 *" 3 ?,!. Shropshire, youngest son or the late Francis ,,„,S" of Domgay, and M.P. for the county of Montgomery. MoRETor.-DYi-R.-On the 30th ult., at Teddington. Arabella Susanna Pn y v_ !_. Subscribers-only content

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    , at Leaton Knolls, Shropshire, Jane ' Emma Lloyd, last surviving daughter of the late Francis I Lloyd, Esq., of Domgay, in the county of Montgomery, and i of Leaton, in the county of Salop, and M.P. for the former Subscribers-only content

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    ) Native Infantry. , "he Mcv Henry S. Lloyd, youngest son of the late Francis '- ■;'? J. Est; of Domgay, Montgomery, and of Leaton Knolls, , ' ,r, i to EijuuVih, eldest daughter of Philip John Allies, Esq. »• Subscribers-only content

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    Lloyd.- April 14, at Leaton Knolls, Shropshire, Jane Emma Lloyd, last surviving daughter of the late Francis Lloyd, Esq., of Domgay, in the county of Montgomery, and of Leaton in the county of Salop, and M.P. for the former county. Subscribers-only content

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    DEATH Of MB. C. M. DOWNBB. It is with deep resrsrt we announce tba death of Mr. C. It. Downes, which took place at the Norses' Institution, tha Tything. at three o'clock on Monday afternoon. Mr. Downes had been Subscribers-only content

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    Second Sheet of Berrows Worcester Journal. 12 PAGEtSJ [TWO SHEETS, I*d. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 26, 1896. Subscribers-only content

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    gmperiaf Tgavtiament. HOUSE OF LORDS.- FRIDAY. CCSTODT OF ChILDBEN. Ou the motion for going into committee on the Bill in reference to the custody of children, Lord Morris criticised the Bill, which he thought went beyond the necessities of Subscribers-only content

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    tho parish church, Llandysilio, by the Rev. H. But- ler, James Weaver, Esq, Llandrinio, to Miss Anne Jane Hamblctin, of Domgay. PcULTti- Phillips- On the 15th inst., at Shrews- bu.y by the Rev. John Yardley, Mr. '-V. Poulter, gam . Subscribers-only content

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    inst., at Brook-street, Mr Jas. Rowland, publican, aged 44. Williams- On the 15th inst., aged 65, Elizabeth Har- rison, wife of the Rev. Samuel O. Williams, Domgay Villa, Llandysilio, Montgomershire. Williams- On the 20th met., Mr David Williams, grocer, Pontybodkin. Subscribers-only content

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    North Wales in the ensuing summer, and spent the last four months of the year 18G6 in the neighbourhood of Domgay, near Welshpool, and endeared himself greatly to the religious people of that locality. Having stayed over the winter aud Subscribers-only content

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    IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT. HOUSE OF LORDS.- Friday. In the House of Lords the Marquis of Londonderry drew attention to the remarks of Mr Justice O'Brien on the state of county Clare, which the noble Marquis attributed to the suspension of Subscribers-only content

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    THE MYSTERIOUS DEATH NEAR OSWESTRY. Mr Woolham, of Moreton, having come to the con- clusion that the body of tho deceased found in the canal there was that of Pryce Armstrong, who formerly lived aud worked in that locality. Subscribers-only content

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    MOLD URBAN COUNCIL ELECTION. The annual election for the nrban council for tho five vacancies, caused by the retirement of a third of the council, took place on Tuesday, amid but little exfitement. There was a young aandwichman with Subscribers-only content

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    Wrexham Advertiser, BATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 2kd, 1899. Subscribers-only content

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    years. On tbe 2nd inst., at Leaton Knolls, Salop, Cbarlotti Sophia, youngest daughter of tbe late Francis Lloyd, Esq., of Domgay, in the county of Montgomery, and Leaion, in tbe county of Salop, and M.P. for the former county. Oa Subscribers-only content

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    W. Wynn, Bart., H. B. W. Wynn, Esq., and J. Dugdale, Esq Lot 7.- HOUSE and LAND, known as " Domgay," at Glaswern in the parish of Myfod, in the occupation ot Mr John Harris, containing 9a lr 22p. This Subscribers-only content

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    DISTRICT NEWS.! HAWARDEN Loyal Obder of Ancient Shepherds, Brough- ton. The second annnal festival (nnder the patronage of W. Johnson, Esq., Chester, Rev. J. Evans, of Broughton vicarage, J. Sheen, Esq., R. Griffiths, Esq., S. Smith, Esq., J. Bamber, Subscribers-only content

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