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You searched for: Place: Erw, Date from: 1600-01-01, Date to: 1699-12-31

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  • * British History Online *

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    Manorial records, Clunne Manor (c.1670)

    yearely 1 s . 1 d . Morgan Rees and William Mathew jure ux ris hold certaine lands called Dwy Erw y Garne vach and one Q r ter in a p'cell called Erwr Vallen & pay yearely v d

    The Llandaff Act Books, Chapter Act Books, volume 1 (1573-1721)

    of 2 a . on Eley More, a . near Wain Wilt, 1 a . more in Eley More called Erw Wen, as also 7 a . called Annes Pewterer's Lands. "July y e 4 th "The s d ArchDeacon

    The manors of Cardiff district, Descriptions

    by the river Rhymny, and south-west by lands of the Lord of the Friars. The Back, alias Abbot's Land. Pedair Erw Twc. Goose Lease. The Survey further states that there is a pinfold or pound belonging to the manor; and

    Schedule of place names, A - F

    the shore of the Splot, south of the stream which flows into the Severn at Pulkey (1764.) DWY-ERW-Y BYRIEUWYSAU, "Dwy Erw yr Byriousa" (the two acres of the short-yoked oxen.) In Llandaff parish (1709.) DWY-ERW-Y-GARN FACH (the two acres of

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I be Rhys Goch f(ei aShraW wedi' yny) :-Wedi i Bhys glywad '!mnr gon am; rhyw fachg9 n yn yr Erw, fel o yd hynod am ei awen, cychlwyn a anaeth dras y Tueth- s Mawr tua ywo; ond pan Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yw w adeiladwyr y ilig, gau fod gwir werth llong fel gwir ic werth ty yn ymddibyn-u ar yr adeiladaeth. Erw yr 4d agerlong hon fydd " Walter Thomas." 3. Gallwn addaw gyda yr hyder mwyaf y tal yr ager- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the "'Last Ride," the "Patriot," &c.), to be as genuine poetry as any that has been written in our time. Erw BOOKS. Cambridge Essays. Contributed by Members of the University. 1855. Parker and Son. The Life of Henry Fielding. By Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to Article 7 of the Scheme, of t. the President. N ie-Frosident, Pilitescors Btassctt, Footer, Pemijor ton, and John Manley, Erw (2) By the reslgnatlon of C. T. Fervor aseq J0%4~VIEWISSecretesy to 21, Paradise Street. 12 8 k TINToANA METN Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to.A those that are Pattio -Atz ;- az~e61 ET bvoi, dett TO ors Lrr. re Ar`ai-tryEmT T ii ET )tcstiiotstatlta Erw FlmmATE Pst,-crsrroirrbii WAtheirD.t HOUSEeo&trcc-l sOR SAETSY- AE t]ThiAg~dstngtOoVrcereT. Mri-mta.tbath Wroorne .c. ttandLTcoldT arn Ancang LeanT netPtoutraDin foramontsuiiterseeo~ilij.i orcnb odSeaaeyi Subscribers-only content

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