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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

    Wills, 1702-1717

    in the parish of Roath called Dwy Erw S r Harry, and 1 a . in Llandaf called Erw wain y Kimth . To son James 2 a . in Llandaf called Dwy Erw yr wain gron, and 2 a

    Schedule of place names, Introduction

    have been unknown for a couple of hundred years past. The same map gives many thoroughly Welsh names, like Tair Erw Melyn and Erw'r Clochdy, which might be sought for vainly in the medi val records. It is probable, however,

    Manorial records, Survey of Roath Keynsham (1702)

    Manorial records Survey of Roath Keynsham (1702) Survey of the Manor of Roath Keynsham. 1702. Roath Kensham ss. A Survey had and made of the Lordship of Roath Kensham aforesaid, at a Court Baron held for the said Manor

    Wills, 1719-1778

    1719 March 24. Leasehold lands in the hamlet of Eley in the parish of Llandaff, called Tair Erw Heol-y-Coed, Erw'r Pond, Tair Erw Mawr and Erw'r Pentre Kae-gwynne. Jane Lewis, of Cardiff, widow. 1720 April 6. To son Edward Lewis

    The Llandaff Act Books, Chapter Act Books, volume 2 (1722-1816)

    The Llandaff Act Books Chapter Act Books, volume 2 (1722-1816) Llandaff Chapter Acts. Vol. II., 1722 1816. Folio paper book bound in rough calf. Slightly wormed. 1722 June 28. "It was alsoe y e same day Ordred by the

    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

    Reminiscences of old inhabitants of Cardiff

    very large flat stone, so strong that carts could go over it ("carag fawr iawn dros yr afon.") H.R. Pedair Erw Twc was the name of an old thatched house and land on the west side of Nant Mawr, south

    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

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