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  • * British History Online *

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    Corporation Miscellanea, Common Attornies Accounts, 1783-1822

    Tho s Edwards 10. D Weigh house, Jno. Morgan 4. 4/- 25. D Shop under Hall steps, Jno. Williams of Ewenny 1. 27. By 2 y'rs rent of 5 acres of land near the Kings Castle of M r Phillip

    Council Minutes, Extracts from Town Book, 1771-77 and addenda

    his family. 3. Henry Williams of Lanwono and his family 4. William Thomas of Lanedern Labourer. 5. John Joseph of Ewenny. 6. William Jenkin and his family of Welch S t Donats. 7. John Thomas of Carmarthen and his family.

    Ministers' Accounts, 1492

    4 s. 9 d. ; for the custody of the roadway of Redshote in the time of the fair at Ewenny, 4 s. 10 d. , by the Warrant aforesaid; nevertheless there was wont to be allowed for each of

    Survey of Llystalybont, 1563, The Survey

    1l . The same John William Harry houldeth there and of the manor aforesaid by lease frome Thomas Carne of Ewenny then lord of y e manor dated y e fifteenth daye of November in the three and ffortieth yeare

    Miscellanea, Introduction

    fourth document consists of a couple of extracts from a Survey of Glynrhondda, in 1666, lent by Colonel Turbervill of Ewenny. The reason for its publication is its clear explanation of the otherwise obscure terms "towl or chense," "advowry" and

    Miscellanea, Rentals and surveys

    . . Extracted from a Survey of the Lordship of Glynronthey (Glyn Rhonddau), 1666 . Lent by Colonel Turbervill of Ewenny . ALSOE their Custome is & that every ffreehold r of this Mano r ever used and still ought

    Glamorgan Calendar Rolls and Gaol Files, 1542-94

    rape, and were sentenced to be hanged. Coroner's Inquest on the body of John Hewes, finds that Thomas Dauid, of Ewenny, accidentally and against his will killed the said deceased with a stone. At the Great Session, David was found

    Glamorgan Calendar Rolls and Gaol Files, 1765-81

    letter: "Resp ect to the Company prevented my taking the Proper Notice of the Insolence of your Language yesterday at Ewenny, but it were Disrespect to myself not to resent it now. I therefore acquaint your self-Importance that you behaved

    Great Sessions Miscellanea, 1542-1707

    esq., and John Myvon of Mere in the county of Wiltes, gent', of the one part and Thomas Carne of Ewenny, esq., of the other part. Reciting Bargain and Sale by the said Thomas Carne to the said William Herbert

    Glamorgan Calendar Rolls and Gaol Files, 1595-1702

    19 Jac. I. 1622. Twenty-seven persons of both sexes were prosecuted for recusancy. They belonged to Newton Nottage, Cadoxton-juxtaNeath, Colwinston, Ewenny, Margam, Pyle and Kenfig, Gellygaer, Eglwysilan, Llanfabon and Llanblethian. The list is headed by the names of Mathew Turbervile

    The manors of Cardiff district, Descriptions

    p. 249). 1542. John Arnold, of Gloucester, 14 April 1542, sold the manor of Llystalybont to Sir Edward Carne of Ewenny. 1560. The grange of Llistalabont was by the Crown granted to Thomas Wood and Thomas Fale, together with houses

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