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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Introduction

    century and continued there and in neighbouring villages, and from the 1750s in Bruton , until the mid 19th century. Dowlais and ticking were the most common products, with a small amount of linsey-wolsey when mixed with wool. Silk weaving

    Smethwick Economic history

    produce its own iron. In 1900 it amalgamated with a large iron-founding company, Guest & Co. of the Dowlais Iron Works, Dowlais (Glam.), to form Guest, Keen & Co. Ltd. 36 From 1870 Keen had made attempts to acquire another

    Index A - K

    Dorsett : Geo. Smith, 32 Mary Smith, 59 Doulton , Hen., & Co (later Doulton & Co. Ltd.), 118 Dowlais (Glam.), Dowlais Iron Works, 113 Downes : Evelyn, w. of T. W., 179 Gilb., 179 Joan, 179 T. W., 179

    Forest of Dean Industry Carvings Of Miners' And Smiths ' Tools on Abenhall Church Font Forest Of Dean Iron Miners Equipped For Work, c . 1855 Lightmoor Colliery, c . 1850 FOREST OF DEAN INDUSTRY AND RAILWAYS 1880

    Guest , Bt., sank Westbury Brook (or Edgehills) mine below old workings south of Mitcheldean to supply ore to his Dowlais ironworks near Merthyr Tydfil , 93 and Anthony Hill , a South Wales ironmaster licensed in 1832 to remove

    Index K-Z

    Burgred Meredith : Rob., S. C. , Meredith & Drew , Merrin , the, see Mitcheldean Merthyr Tydfil (Glam.) , Dowlais , Messel , Oliver , Methodists : Primitive, United, Wesleyan, Middlesex , see Hackney Middleton , John, Midhurst (Suss.)

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    felly Ilawer dyn. tyl Gweitbia dan y ddaear, a du lliw ei groen; felly. by, llawer o boys Merthyr, 'Berdar, Dowlais, Ruabon, bh- a'r Rhos, Lle na byddo ffordd, efe a'i gwna, fel cyE IwI Caisar. Navvy ydyw wrth ei Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Parch. John Thomas, AnJobyiiwr, Liverpool. ,Parch. E[. B. Thomas, irBehead; '. - , Paroh.Joheph FtrrCroesosalh(diweddaroAwstralia) -Parch. O.- VV. James,, Bfedydd'wr- Dowlais. Parch. l.'av d' rice (gynt. o Ddiihbych),; I9ewark, Ohito. Parch. s.'R., Dolgeallu; Gellir cyfeirio hefyd at J. Grifith, Yaw. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    do., Bangor Parch. John Thomas, Annibynwr, Liverpool. Parch. H. B. Thomas, Birbenhead. Parch.Joseph Farr, Croeeoewehit(diweddaroAwstralia) Parch. 0. W. James, Bedyddiwr, Dowlais. Parch. David rice (gynt o Ddinbych), Newark, Ohio Parch. S. R., Dolgellau. *Gellir cyfeirio hefyd at J. Griffith, Yew. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ngweithfeydd Dowlais, wedi cael ei benodi i fod yn brif oruchwyliwr mewn gwaith baiarn yn Ngogledd Lloegr. Yn ol yr arferiad gyffredinol y dyddiou byn darf i'w edmygwyr ti an- rhegu A thysteb ar ei yeadawiad. Cafuodd cwmpeini gweitbfeydd Dowlais Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    do., Bangor. Parch. John Thomas, Annibynwr, Liverpool. I Parch. H. E. Thomas, Birbenhead. Parch.JosephFarr, Croesoswallt(diweddaroAwstralia) Parch. 0. W. James, Bedyddiwr, Dowlais. Parch. David Price (gynt o Ddinbych), Newark, Ohio. - Parch. S. R., Dolgellau. Gellir cyfeirio hefyd at J. Griffith, Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    19 February 1828, 19 February 1828

    whose Names are thereunto subscribed : Independ¬ ents, Ponte- fract: Pickering: Durham: Chester le Street: Barnard Castle: Newbury: Great Marlow: Dowlais, Merthyr Tydvif: Hirwain, Abardare: Gloucester: Also, Upon reading the Petition of the Protestant Dissenters of the Independent Denomination, assembling Subscribers-only content

    Index, 18 December 1828

    51. — Milton; Northampton; Kislingbury; Independents, Pontefract; Pickering; Durham; Chester le Street; Barnard Castle; Wolsingham ; Newbury ; Great Marlow; Dowlais, Merthyr Tydvil; Hirwain, Abar- dare; Gloucester; Unitarian Chapel, Thorne; Newport, Monmouth; Hertford; Stockton-upon-Tees; Worship Street Chapel, Finsbury Square ; Subscribers-only content

    11 March 1831, 11 March 1831

    and equitable Consideration " to the Interests of private Property:" 7 Upon reading the Petition of the Inhabitants of Dowlais.Dowlais, in the Parish of Merthyr-Tydvil and its Vicinity, in the County of Glamorgan, whose Names are thereunto subscribed ; Subscribers-only content

    20 April 1831, 20 April 1831

    reading the Petition of the Members of a Caersalem Society and Congregation of Particular Baptists wor- Dovvlais: shipping at Caersalem Dowlais, near Merthyr, County of Glamorgan, whose Names are thereunto subscribed: Also, Upon reading the Petition of the Minister and Subscribers-only content

    Index, 20 October 1831

    Dublin ; and Portadown, 297. — Cookstown, 309. — Aberdeen ; York Street Chapel, Dublin; Endless Street Chapel, Salisbury; and Dowlais, 316. — Holywell and Needingworth; Baillieborough ; Bridge Street Chapel, Cavan; Dissenting Ministers, London and Westminster; Mallow; Hope Street Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Glamorgan County Records, Cardiff Quarter Sessions presentments, 1779-1810

    We also present William Lewis Esq. for laying Pig Iron on the road adjoining Bason. 21. We also present the Dowlais Company for the same. 22. We also present the Cyfarthfa Company 16 for the same. 29. We also present

    Cardiff Council Minutes, 1881-3

    Park, with slurry, as requested in his report. The Mayor informed the General Purposes Committee that William Menelaus, esq., of Dowlais, had generously offered to present to the Corporation of Cardiff a number of valuable works of art, to the

    Memorial inscriptions, Llandaff Cathedral

    Boulogne, where his remains are interred. Window . "Isabella Mary, daughter of John Ludford and Emma Catherine White, late of Dowlais Put up A.D. 1869 by the kindness of the child's uncle, W. H. Forman Esq. late of Penydarran Iron

    Memorial inscriptions, St John's church

    esq re , of this town; died 1836, aged 36 (?). And relatives. William Tait, esq re , of the Dowlais Iron Works; died at Cardiff 20 Nov r 1815, aged 67. Frances Bridges, wife of John Wood. ( c

    Cardiff Council Minutes, 1889-91

    the Drill Hall, of the banquet given by him on the 14th inst. in commemoration of the opening of the Dowlais Iron and Steel Company's new works. Resolved That the prompt action of the Head Constable and Fire Brigade, and

 

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